Town News for Calais, Baring, Meddybemps, Alexander School, Princeton, Grand Lake Stream, Alexander/Crawford


Sharon Frost



July is moving right along. Still lots of events to take place through the rest of the summer.  Don’t forget Music on the Green at 6:30 each Tuesday evening.

Book Lovers’ Cafe at the Calais Free Library takes place at 10:00 am on July 12th.

On Saturday 15th Magic the Gathering at the Calais Recreational Center from noon to 6 pm.

The Sunrise Farmers’ Market takes place at Triangle Park on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The great bean supper at the Charlotte Fire House will be at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12th. There is always lots of great food.

St. Andrews is one of New Brunswick’s oldest and most distinctive settlements. The 119 year old barn on Ministers Island is well on its way to being restored.

I read where the Hyssongs are making some trips to Maine this summer. They have a busy schedule but no concert scheduled for Calais.

A reminder to parents of the summer meal program, offered to the children without charge every Monday through Friday at the Calais Elementary School 7:30 - 8:30 for breakfast and lunch 11 am - noon. No need for any child to be hungry.

July 20th is Ice Cream Day. One day in 1904, Charles E. Menches of St. Louis called on a young lady bringing a bouquet of flowers in one hand and in the other an ice cream sandwich. The lady couldn’t find a vase for her flowers, so she used part of the ice cream sandwich and so ice cream cones were officially served for the first time to the public at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis.

The St. Croix Historical Society held their annual cook out on Sunday at the beautiful Stone House of Brand Livingstone overlooking the river at high tide. It was a beautiful, breezy afternoon. There were lots of cheese, meat and cracker trays, watermelon, chips/dips, hamburgers, hot dogs, salads, squares, blueberry cheese cake. Such a great variety and turn out. Thanks so much Brand. An ideal party place enjoyed by all.

Pam Bridges is home for the summer. It is always great to see her.

Pat Yardley and I drove to Princeton on Saturday to visit her daughter but she was not at home, so we visited with the cat and enjoyed lunch at the Old Schoolhouse.

Reading where small communities having to tend out for nuisance of deer. Have you thought of going after the bucks, that sure would eliminate many births. They are so special.

Glad to see Louise O’Brien is home from the hospital. I wish her a speedy  recovery.

Cut the cake: Fran Mulcahy, Arnold Corning, Kathy Bell, Dick Bell, Marge Rowe, Mona Van Wart, Heidi McCann, Kristi Saunders, Mary Barnard, Dolly Newcomb, Heather Rambjor, Ritchie Clark, Jo Shannon, Brook Smith, Teresa Hollingdale, Jean Stevens, Winnie Demmons, Linda Tracy, Alice Butler, Rochelle Brown, Vi Whitener. 


Barbara Mitchell has gone to live with her daughter.



Cassie Oakes


Linda Sprague Wallace says they are having the Annual Sprague-Call-Williams Family Reunion at Crawford Lake on Saturday, July 22nd at 12 Noon.  Pot Luck Dinner will be at 1:00 p.m.  Family and friends are welcome to attend.  

Visiting Linda and Fred over the past weekend was youngest daughter Tracey, son-in-law Eric and grandson Jameyson all from Eddington.  

Linda reports that 16 year old granddaughter Aubrey Grace, daughter of Tanya and Joe, from the Waterville area just got her driver’s license.  Not only does Aubrey have her license she has a paying job.  It has been a joy watching her grow.

Calvin White, of Alexander, will soon be turning 90 years old and there will be the opportunity to help him celebrate on July 22nd at the Spednic Club in Baileyville from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.  There will be a time to share memories, birthday cake will be served at 2:30 p.m.  No gifts please, your presence is present enough.

Alexander 4-a-Cure, Relay for Life Team had a wonderful year this year raising funds for cancer and want to thank everyone that donated and worked so hard for the cause this year.  The team came in at #1 this year with the most donations.  Not only that but both Captains Lesilann Howard and B.J. Wallace topped the charts with their earnings.  Way to go, ladies.  

I am not sure that I reported this little tid bit of news but there was a new little resident that came to town this past May.  Mathew Austin and his wife, Stephanie, had a little boy on May 3rd, named Cai Mathew Austin.  Congratulations Matt and Stephanie and welcome to town Cai.

There are plenty of bragging rights out there to share this week as many of our former AES students were recognized for being outstanding athletes in high school recently.  They include from Alexander and the all star boys cross country Team, Kyle Richard the son of Marty and Julie Richard. Kyle attends Calais High School.  On the girls all star soccer team was Anna Johnson, from Alexander, the daughter of Paula and Mark Johnson.  Anna attends Woodland High School.  Senior academic all star Gabe Hunnewell, grew up in Alexander and is the son of Kathy and Peter Hunnewell and attended Woodland High School.  Gabe was also named as to boys’ tennis all star.  Former AES student, Marisa Mitchell was an all star for Tennis and she attended Calais High School. Marisa is the daughter of Mathew and Karen Mitchell.  Congratulations to all the former AES students you make your town proud.  

Please let me know if other of our young people from town have accomplishments we should be sharing and be proud of.  My contact information is at the end of this column.

The next Breakneck Mountain ATV Riders’ Club meeting will take place on July 26th at 7:00 p.m. at the Club House on the Cooper Road in Alexander, Maine.  All are welcome!

Don’t forget the next AES summer library day will be on Tuesday, July 18th from 10:00 a.m. until Noon.  Come for a few minutes or for the whole time. Check out some books, do a craft and socialize with your neighbors.  There are books for the young and young at heart including a Maine collection section, an adult section and lots and lots of non-fiction of various topics.  

The next event coming right up in town will be the second free family game night to be held at the Alexander Grange on Saturday, July 15th beginning at 6:00 p.m.  Bring a game to play or use one of the many that will be there, bring a snack to share, and come ready for fun.  All children in attendance must be accompanied by an adult.  For more information contact Lenny Hanson at 454-8733.  

The Alexander Grange met on July 5th for a regular Grange meeting where most of the night was spent on putting finishing touches on the upcoming Home Town Jubilee, discussing the upcoming game night, the possibility and logistics of a public supper in the fall and an artisan/craft Show the first weekend in August.  Before leaving the hall the folks moved around furniture for the upcoming festivities and enjoyed refreshments that included cake and ice cream to celebrate the birthday of our nation the day before (July 4th).  The next Alexander Grange Meeting will take place at the Grange Hall on the Cooper Road in Alexander on Wednesday, July 19th at 7:00 p.m.

The folks from ARISE will be the guest speakers at the Baileyville Methodist Church on July 23rd during the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service.  ARISE is a faith based program that helps those addicted to drugs. 

Good thoughts are being sent out to Charlie White, Jolene Thornton, Linda Bohanon, Miriam Libby, Elwin Daley, Linda Richardson, Lynn Hill, Trudy Poole, David Carson, Avis McIntyre, Carl Perkins, Joan Dodge, Lois Faloon, Mike and Marilyn Trafton, Mary Ellen Naddeau, Pastor Randy and Carolyn Chretien, Wilma Dray and Ron McArthur. 

Upcoming birthday wishes go out to Keith Prout, Brenda McDonough, Skip Colson, Kellie Randall, Alex Richard, Josh Pollock, Billy White and Prue Maxwell.

Upcoming anniversary wishes go out to Joey and BJ Wallace.  

This week at Randy’s the Lucky Loser was Mike McArthur.  Do you want to know how to be a Lucky Loser?  Stop at Randy’s and check it out.

This past week I attended FBC, where we visited the Robbinston Boat Landing, played cards and chit-chatted with friends, and planned more summer activities.  I really enjoyed the meatball subs that were on the menu for Friday, a bargain for just $1.

I attended the Kid’s Club at the Keys To Life Church in Calais and I highly recommend to any children in the area.  Adults are also welcome.

On Saturday, July 8th mom, Carlos and I went to Home Town Jubilee at the Alexander Grange.  It started early as we were there to help set up and stayed for the clean up afterward. There were fun games for the kids, a parade, lunch, raffles and a cake walk.  I had a great time getting to see and chat with folks I don’t get to see nearly often enough. I sure do love living in Alexander and want to thank Gerald Cooper and Pat Cormier for helping me negotiate the bump getting into the Grange Hall.  

If you have news you can email me at, message me on facebook, or snail mail me at 1328 Airline Road, Alexander, ME  04694.  You can also call me at 454-2344 or drop off news at Randy’s Variety!  Thank you to all of those who support me and this column. Until next time, stay safe.


Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough


If you travel the 5200 road as a shortcut from Rte 9 to Grand Lake Stream to the Airline there is a bridge out near the first camping area closest to Route 9 and the road is closed.

What a beautiful way to top off a month in Grand Lake Stream with a moonlight canoe ride  up Musquash Stream. We left Nolan at the launch site and he among others including the Carmack parents, Colin Brown of DLLT fame and a new doctor at the Calais Hospital and his family with several other canoes went by moonlight for a 2 hour excursion. The sun was setting in all its grandeur and it seemed like the moon just popped over the horizon to provide just the correct amount of light. Upon return Grandson Nolan raved about the scenery and conversations between the paddlers. This trip is a must each time it is offered. Hope you can make it next time.

Although there were several contests during the July 4th event here are results of three of the contest. Recognize some of the names? The parade judges were Bonny and Howard Irving and hearty thanks for their great job!! The “Best Overall” was the Damon Rentals; The following were best in their class: Most Patriotic, Sam Sprague: Most Appreciated, GLS Fire Department: Most Fun; R.C. Hooligans: Best Antique Car: Kathy Milicia: Best Kids Float; GLS Super Kids: Most unique; Poppy’s Point of View; Best Sporting Display; Laney’s Guide Service: Best Wilderness; Downeast Lakes Land Trust: Smart and Beautiful; Miss Eastern Maine: Most enthusiastic; GLS ATV Club: Coolest Outdoor Float; GLS Snowmobile Club: and most Historic; GLS Historical Society: Special mention is the Woodland/Baileyville Fire Department and thanks to all who participated.

The Horse Shoe contest was highly competitive this year with only one point between first and second place. Thanks to Craig Cilley for his organization of this event. A great job Craig! First place team was Peter Pan and Richard Mains, second place team was Craig and Rolf Cilley and third place was Isaac Cilley and Dale McCarthy. There were 28 players and 14 teams.

The Frog Contest sported 13 players this year and the competition was close. Jared Betz’s frog took first place and hopped away with the trophy. The audience of watchers exceeded 50 and cameras were steady in capturing the action. Congratulations Jared. Many thanks to Sean McCullough who has judged and run this contest for several years.

Very special thanks to the “Strumming Wildcat Ukulele Band” for their performance on the 4th. Always a pleasure to hear local talent!

Send in the latest happenings in your life to share with the column readers! Remember that once published in the paper it is part of a historical recording of what is happening in our lives.


Your humble correspondent: Dave McCullough 207-712-8294 or



Linda Baniszeski 


She’s baaaack.  Back to writing again.  I am very appreciative to those who told me they missed the column.  Because of each of you --  Meddybemps news, whatever there is of it each week, will again appear in The Calais Advertiser.

There has been quite a lot happening around here during the past weeks.  In late June those celebrating birthdays were Madge Orchard (21), Pete McCoubrey (25), Jeff Orchard (28).  Past July birthdays include Barry Pearson (2), Chris Gillespie (4), Raymah Lyons (6), and Mona Van Wart (7). Here’s hoping each of you had wonderful celebrations and have many more ahead of you in the years to come.  This week’s best Happy Birthday wishes include Joey Dickey (10), Jean Campbell (14), Joyce Brown (15), and Carl Gordon (17).  

In very sad news, I learned on Sunday that former Meddybemps resident, Sharon Bailey passed away last week in Florida.  She fought long and hard against the cancer that took her life.  If anyone wants to send a card to her husband Bruce, the address is 30121 Red Pine Road, Punta Gorda, FL  33982.  I believe more detailed information will appear in the obituary section of this paper on a later date. 

Continuing thoughts are with Harry Smith, Jr., who is also suffering serious illness and to his family that cares for him at home.  

Terry Reynolds has been a one man coastguard for Meddybemps Lake over the past few weeks.  The first day we launched our boat at the town dock, it initially started, but then drifted out and I had no power.  Barry drove back to get Terry Reynolds who towed me in with his boat.  It seems my chief engineer neglected to plug in the fuel line.  Earlier in the week, Terry got a cell phone distress call from Barbara and Ernie Hanson who were out on the lake and ran out of gas.  Good Samaritan Terry was again to the rescue when he delivered fuel to the Hansons.  More recently, we saw Terry towing another boat to his dock.  It was Danny Wallace in a boat he recently purchased that has some minor mechanical issues.  Overall, though, we saw more boats and watercraft out on the lake during this past Independence Day than we have in many years.   

Terry’s property was also filled to overflowing with family members from around the East Coast.  Terry’s granddaughter  Alyssa brought her year old son, Eli to celebrate his first birthday party at Terry’s.  Extended Reynolds family members and friends attended.  Also spending a week here and the 4th of July holiday were his brother Steve and wife Laurie, from Virginia; and their grown children and families also joined them.  Tammi Smith’s daughters arrived with pugs in tow.  Mindy and Chris Brown with Mia and Yoda enjoyed their vacation here, and Bonnie Smith and Matt, with pugs Molly and Rudy showed up later in the week.  

Dana and Patty Reynolds enjoyed having their daughters and families visit with them. There’s not much better than being surrounded by family and grandchildren whenever possible.   

The Bill Dotens, Sr. and Jr., welcomed daughter/sister Kathy with family to their home for a visit.  The family recently planted a beautiful memorial tree in the front lawn overlooking the lake in honor of Ruth.  

Welcome to the Howard family, spending their first summer on the lake.  They purchased the property next to Arnold Corning and Barbie Clark.  All around the lake we see lots of activity and camps that have come alive with seasonal residents returning for the summer months.  We year-round residents always look forward to visitors throughout the summer.   Buzzy Seavey’s Mother and her husband are back at their camp traveling all the way from Washington State.  Also back for the season are the Lentzes.  We see lights dotting the lake shore at the Denyer, Olsanski, Bogden, Hansen and Bagley camps. 

Barry and Sue Pearson hosted a small party on July 2, also the day of his birthday.  They and other summer arrivals also shared a Pot Luck Supper at the Community Center.  To see what the Lake Meddybemps Association has going on this summer, please refer to their web site or events advertised in the Calais Advertiser.  

There are more bear alerts around the community.  Most recently, one was spotted on Cooper Road.  Previously, bears have been on Higgins Road, and Route 191 near 214.  Travelers must keep alert on 191 because of all the movement by wildlife.  A young deer was running into the forest at Moosehorn Wildlife Refuge on 191 on Sunday.  There was also a flock of crows picking over a dead coyote on 191 near Yukon Lane.  Speaking of Moosehorn, I’ve been advised that horseback riders can use the bridle trails in the Refuge.  There is ample parking for horse trailers at the Charlotte Road entrance.  The new signs around the Refuge are also very attractive and a nice improvement.

The various duck families have returned to their usual routine of visiting around the cove.  Again, the families are familiar with Barry and wait at the garage door for him to deliver a scoop of cracked corn to their feeder in the woods by the lake.   We have seen a lone loon out in our cove on several occasions.  There are surely more in the area as we often hear their plaintive calls at dusk from the vicinity of Mike Johnson’s wooded shoreline.  They must be nesting there.  We are blessed to have so much to enjoy around here.

In domestic animal news, Wally and Raymah Lyons little cat, Josie, disappeared for about a day.  They were very concerned about her. She is the one their older cat alerted them to during the winter when it was hiding under a truck on the Lyons property.  Thankfully, she had the sense to return home.  

Scuffy gave Barry a Marine Corps flag for Father’s Day.  It is now proudly flying beneath the American Flag on the pole in our yard.  We met a Lt. jg from the ship that was in Eastport for 4th of July.  She was eating dinner at The Friendly with her grandfather, a Marine veteran like Barry, and her Dad.  They traveled from Nantucket to Eastport to spend time with her.  Her ship’s home port is Naples, Florida.

Wrapping up the busy past few weeks were some spectacular fireworks displays around our lake.  We sure appreciate Corey McCray, the Zwingman-Bagleys and gentleman who purchased the former Bob and Linda Gordon property.  He and Corey really put on breathtaking displays.  We enjoyed a full 1 hour and 45 minutes of magnificent aerial art lighting the night sky.  The only one in our household who didn’t was Scuffy.  She hid in our bedroom closet throughout and survived, albeit a bit shaky and breathless.


Please send your community organization and personal news to or phone 454-3719.  I can’t do this without your help.  Your input is appreciated.

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean



My brother Dave and I marched in the 4th of July Eastport Parade with the Veterans Honor Guard! There was a great turnout for the sailors and veterans. There also was a ceremony for the opening of the breakwater. I had the pleasure to meet Senator Susan Collins, Senator Angus King and Congressman Bruce Poliquin. 

Troy Ramsdell and I will be the Color Guard on 22 July for Breathe The Air, Riding for A Voice. This year’s theme is “Break the Silence, Stop Sexual Abuse.” 

I am still sending our 2018 membership cards. Please remit a $33 check. 


Any correspondence: Commander Calais American Legion Sherman Brothers Post #3, PO Box 311, Calais, Maine 04619. Email: FaceBbook: Calais American Legion. Tel: 207-214-4410(cell). Please leave message. “We Served--We Deserve”! Commander Mike.       



Sally Doten



So are you ready for another history lesson? Do you want to learn more about the old Baring? Well, regardless of your answer, here goes:

“In 1836 one acre of ground from Royal McKusich was used as a cemetery. $300 was paid for the land and the fence. A sand hill in the McKenzie field was used and discontinued and bodies were removed. Martin Hunter now owns that land. In 1844 the road by the cemetery was built. In 1895 more land was purchased for the cemetery from S. F. Hayward. In 1921 a new road was built and an iron fence and gate was added in 1924. The Baring Cemetery was incorporated in 1942. The legislature of 1943 passed a bill authorizing the state to convey the title to the above corporation. It was done in 1944.”

Okay, now lets get back to the present.  I am not sure who wrote the previous paragraph. I found in it in some to the history pages I have. It is handwritten on lined note paper but no signature appears. I copied it as written.

On Wednesday, I went to Bangor to deliver Dorothy Johnson to an eye appointment. After the “good” report, we headed to Ross Manor on Broadway; the appointment was on Hammond Street. So it was off to Illinois Avenue and on to Union Street. A right on Union led to Griffin. From Griffin Road I thought I will short cut to Husson University and on to Broadway. Well, was I in for a surprise. I have not been on the Husson campus since I worked in guidance at Calais High School. (don’t ask how many years) The campus has GROWN into a beautifully  landscaped facility with so many more buildings. The quick trip across was a little longer than expected. I had no idea where I was headed.  I took a road that was headed to Broadway, went completely across the campus, and accidentally ran into Ross Manor; right where I wanted to be. But then this long white building seemed to go on forever. Finally after two stops and questions, I was directed to the rehab wing where I got to see Ann Brackett. She is doing well after her knee replacement and expects to be home in another week. I really do know my way around Bangor but this one day was not the proof.

Doug & Mary McLellan were in Bangor on Monday for a medical appointment. Mary had to be seen at Northeast Cardiology for a recheck of her stent. All is well! While there she ran into Austin Ginn who also was there for an appointment.

Jim and I were lucky to have some of the “kids” here for a few days. Jeff arrived from Kennebuck for a few days. He split his time between the Pinette family, his sister Beth, and us. There doesn’t seem to ever be enough time. On Friday granddaughter Ashley arrived with Heidi Graceffa and dismantled my china closets. I might add, with my permission. Everything was taken out, a few left that were special to me, and the rest wrapped and taken out the door for a new adventure in southern Maine. Also, spending time on the porch was Dennis, Rhonda, Deann, and Lexi Doten. These times make my life so happy.

I did have a great visit at Judy Antoniello’s with her son Vic and wife Selena. They were here from Rhode Island to check on Judy and give a helping hand. It was great to see them again and to learn that they read the Baring news each week.  So I want to say a special hello to their girls, Katie and Laura, just so they can see their names in print. Both girls are in college and working this summer and were not able to make the trip.

Baring Baptist Church wound up their their Vacation Bible School week on Sunday followed by a baptism in the St. Croix River. They all gathered on the shores by the boat landing in Calais while Pastor Oliver baptized his sister-in-law.

And this wraps up the happenings around Baring for another week. Can I bribe you to call of email me with news. I need some help around here. (


See you next week in the Advertiser.



Sandra Smith


There is always something happening at the library these days. Heidi, our librarian, has been busy registering a donation of over twenty dvd’s as well as some new books. On Wednesday, was the second week of the 4-H Science Series. Six youngsters learned about robotics.

It is not too late for young patrons to participate in the summer reading program. For every book they read they will get a ticket for a drawing which will be for a Kindle tablet. They have been reading and as of Friday there were thirty-nine tickets in the bowl.

Princeton Parks and Recreation Committee is having a contest for a T-Shirt design for the kickball kids by kids. Drop off the design to the Princeton Town Office. So far, they have received only one. Deadline is this Friday, July 14th.

The Fire Station Crew was back at the Princeton Farmers and Artisans Market selling hot dogs and dessert, along with kayak raffle tickets. With it being so windy the 4-H Club went without their canopy to still offer fresh-squeezed lemonade. This was the first week Mustard Seed Farm started with baked goods. Veggies this week included strawberries, beet greens, mixed greens salad, kale, butter krunch bib lettuce, speckled bib lettuce, green leaf and red leaf lettuce, as well as farm fresh eggs. We had a new artisan as well with a great selection of carved wood signs.

On Saturday, July 8, the major event in Princeton this week was the Princeton Rod & Gun Club trap shoot and dinner. It was sponsored by the Princeton & Woodland IGA to benefit Greenland Point Center and the Rod & Gun Club. Volunteers spent the day in preparation peeling potatoes, carrots, slicing strawberries, roasting turkey, and roasting the beef on a spit in the club’s cooking pit. The dinner started at 5:30 and by 6:15 one hundred thirty-forty dinners were served. After dinner the auction items were drawn. The event raised $3000. The young staff from Greenland Point Center washed most of the pots and pans with great enthusiasm which was surely appreciated.

For those who don’t know or may not remember here is a brief history of the Rod & Gun Club as best as I could ascertain. If I made any errors, let me know. A group first met at the Princeton Lions’ Club to form the Princeton Rod & Gun Club in 1969 with a goal of a maintaining a tradition of conservation. In the late 1970s, the club raised funds to build a lodge. At that time landowner, Georgia Pacific, agreed to lease eighteen acres at Greenland Point on Long Lake at a dollar a year (the dollar requirement was later waived). In 1980, the club built the lodge with donations of time, construction materials, and loaned equipment from local people and businesses. The building was later named the “F. Dale Speed Building” who was a charter member and as everyone knows totally dedicated to the club. In 2002 the club purchased the land along with seven additional acres, from Wagner Land Management. Club members never had a mortgage, if they couldn’t pay for it outright, they waited. The club now has a rifle range, archery targets, facilities for trap shooting, and a boat landing which was put in by the Maine Department of Conservation.

In the past, the club’s benefit meals were legendary and raised funds for scholarships for students pursing a conservation-related career and to the Greenland Point Conservation Camp as well as for others needing financial aid. As with many volunteer groups, it has become harder to keep these goals but the Saturday event was a fulfilling one for volunteers, sponsors and attendees.

Here is a reminder that on this Saturday is Flea Wheeling at Brewer Andrews Field sponsored by the Friends of Princeton. We are piling stuff up from our barn to take over there. Last year we had a great turnout both in sellers and buyers. There is no charge for a space but a donation to Friends is appreciated. (see ad for details)


Upcoming Activities 


July 10 - “Let’s Talk About It” reading series at 7:00 p.m. at the library

July 12 - 4-H Summer Science Series 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the library

July 12 - Princeton Library Committee 5:00-6:00 p.m. at the library

July 13 - Princeton Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market 3:00-6:00 p.m.

July 15 - Friends of Princeton Flea Wheeling, Brewer Andrews Field, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

July 17 - Princeton Parks and Recreation Committee Meeting 6:00 p.m. Town Office

July 18 - Princeton Board of Selectmen Regular Meeting Tuesday, 6:30 at the Town Office

July 19 - 4-H Summer Science Series 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. at the library

July 19 - Story Hour at 4:00 - 5:00 at the library

July 20 - Princeton Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market Barbeque and Music

July 24 - Drawing for Fire Station Kayak

July 24 - “Let’s Talk About It” reading series at 7:00 at the library

July 24-28 - Stroudwater Christian Church Mission Group - Special Projects for Princeton


To send me news, just drop me a note or give me a call after 10:00 a.m. at 796-2261. My deadline to submit the column is 4:00 p.m. on Monday.


Princeton Rod & Gun Club dinner.


Princeton Rod & Gun Club dinner clean-up crew.