September 2014

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Fri
26
Sep

Washington County “Girl Zone”

A group for girls to be empowered and learn about themselves.

Goals:  

* Strengthen Self-Esteem

*  Promote Awareness of Self and Others

* Promote Healthy Body Image

* Build strong Personal Values and Leadership Skills

Fri
26
Sep

High School Girls Soccer

East Grand defeated the Lady Dragons 4-0. Sarah Stoddard had two first half goals, Bethany Lindsey and Haleigh Shay each scored a goal. Chelsea Winiarski had 15 saves on 21 shots. Julia Sprague had 22 saves on 30 shots for Woodland.

Fri
26
Sep

High School Volleyball

Woodland 3  Jonesport-Beals 0

25-20, 25-11, 25-16

Fri
26
Sep

PHILIP W. BECKETT JR.

 Calais & Robbinston – Philip William Beckett Jr., 67, passed away Thursday, September 18, 2014.  Philip was born in St. Stephen, NB, on November 27, 1946, son of the late Philip and Lucille (Miles) Beckett.

Fri
26
Sep

Devotional

How to Vote

Pastor Matt Burden, 

Second Baptist Church

 

Fri
26
Sep

Cobscook Community High School Program starts the Year with Record Enrollment

The Cobscook Community High School Program (CCHSP), now in its fifth year, has started this academic year with a record 15 students. The experiential, place based, high school program housed at the Cobscook Community Learning Center is receiving recognition across the county.

Fri
26
Sep

WCCC to Offer Classes at the Calais Methodist Homes

Washington County Community College is delighted to announce the offering of a new program for the area's older adults. The "Senior Arts” program is intended to provide an opportunity for our older residents to add life to their years by participating in new and novel learning activities. 

Fri
26
Sep

Moosehorn Opens Auto Tour Route for Fall Leaf Peeping

Cooler weather is upon us and the leaves are starting to change, signaling the beginning of a new season.  It is a great time to get out and enjoy nature in all of its colorful fall finery.

Fri
26
Sep

A Story and a Recipe

By Dorothy Johnson

 

Fri
26
Sep

Cooper

Arline Flood

454-3347

Fri
26
Sep

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean

454-3435

Fri
26
Sep

RAY HERBERT FITZPATRICK

Ray Herbert Fitzpatrick, age 76, died unexpectedly on September 9, 2014 in Tucson, AZ. He was born in St. Stephen N.B. on November 9, 1938 to the late Wilbur S. Fitzpatrick and Virginia (Scott) Fitzpatrick.

Fri
26
Sep

WAYNE DEMMONS

Wayne Demmons, 55, Robbinston, Maine, passed away September 15, 2014 after a year long battle with cancer. 

Fri
26
Sep

Woodland Rec. Dept.Activity Calendar

WED. SEPT. 24

4:00 pm: ELEM. / JR. HIGH CROSS COUNTRY 

AT WOODLAND

THURS. SEPT.  25

2:30 pm: ELEM. (GR. 3 / 6) VOLLEYBALL, WES GYM

6:00 pm: YOGA (AGES 13 / ADULT), WES GYM

SAT. SEPT. 27

8:30 am: WEE PEE WEE SOCCER, GR. K / 1, WES

Fri
26
Sep

High School Boys Soccer

The Woodland Dragons dropped a 3-1 contest at Harrington. The Knights had scores from Paniagua, Wright and Pineo, while the lone Dragon came from Windsor Brooks.

Fri
26
Sep

Woodland Rec. Dept. News & Notes

FALL PROGRAMS: The following is a list of programs that will be offered in the fall. Date, Time, and place are to be determined: 

Fri
26
Sep

Calais Regional Hospital 3-Club Challenge

Sawyer, Walker, Marchese, & Harvey Winners

Fri
26
Sep

Notes From The “Croix”

Come on people, there's still plenty of great fall golf days left! Course conditions are wonderful and if you know someone who didn't join this year, we're offering low greens fee and cart rates until we close for the season on October 26. 

Fri
26
Sep

Cindy Lou

May 20, 1957 - September 24, 2009

(There was a lot of living in that dash).

We Still Love You

We Still Miss You

We Still Think of You

Love from

Your MIE Family

Fri
26
Sep

NEAL W. GILDART

July 16, 1956 - September 29, 2004

Fri
26
Sep

BARBARA T. TREWORGY

April 20, 1926

September 23, 2008

 

One gift,

above all others

God gives to us to

treasure One that

knows no time,

no place And one

gold cannot measure

The precious,

poignant, tender gift

Of Memory that will

keep Our dear ones

Fri
26
Sep

Indian Township

Donna Meader-York

Mon
08
Sep

College Transition Help Now Available Through AETC

An exciting new program, Maine College Transitions, is now available to all Washington County residents with the goal of post-secondary education.  Provided through the Axiom Education and Training Center (AETC) the program is federally funded for anyone in the county. 

Tue
02
Sep

New Restrictions For Hydrocodone

By Amy Jeanroy

New restrictions on medicines containing hydrocodone will take effect in 45 days. The changes will make the most prescribed and, arguably the most addictive  prescription drug on the market, a little more difficult to get. 

The most notable changes: 

Tue
02
Sep

3rd Annual Ride for a Voice a Success

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

The Blessing of the Bikes is a tradition of many rides in hopes of bringing safety to the riders.  Such an occurrence also took place at Sunday’s Riding for a Voice by Father Eugene Gaffey. (Photo by Jayna Smith).

Tue
02
Sep

Caruso - Recipient of Jobs for America’s Graduates

Kylee Lynn Caruso, Salutatorian of Woodland High School’s Class of 2014, was chosen as a recipient of Jobs for America’s Graduates, $2000 Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship.  This is quite an honor as only 1 in 21 students in the nation are chosen.

Tue
02
Sep

IFW Creates Website About Bear Referendum

By Amy Jeanroy

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has created a new section for their website that will inform voters about the bear referendum that is upcoming in the election. The department is opposed to Question 1, and this new information brings insight into the reasons why. 

Tue
02
Sep

“A Lesson in Democracy”

Every summer, I have the pleasure of welcoming to Washington four outstanding high-school students from Maine – our state’s delegates to Boys and Girls Nation.

Tue
02
Sep

Zen Roshis to Offer Meditation Workshop

We are pleased to announce that Melissa Myozen Blacker, Roshi and David Dae An Rynick, Roshi, are offering an Introduction to Zen Meditation workshop on Sunday, September 21, from 4 pm to 6:30 pm at DownEast Massage Therapy, 848 U.S. Route 1, Pembroke. There will also be a free, vegan, gluten-free supper after the workshop

Tue
02
Sep

State Pageant Wins Help Local Girls Promote Respect

By Jayna Smith

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