June 2015

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Thu
25
Jun

Troop J

This week Troop J responded to 154 calls for service. The following are noteworthy complaints:

6-15-15

Thu
25
Jun

Downeast History Days for Kids

The Pembroke Historical Society is offering a Summer Hands-On History program for children who are eight years old or older on each Thursday, beginning July 9th and running through August 20th from 1pm to 3pm.

Thu
25
Jun

PBSO Concludes Spring Series with Flawless Performance

By Lura Jackson

 

Conductor and violin soloist Trond Saeverud guided the Passamaquoddy Bay Symphony Orchestra through an exceptional performance at the First Congregational Church on June 21st. (Photo by Lura Jackson).

Thu
11
Jun

Calais H.S. Scholarship Presentation

Academic Decathlon Scholarship - Dominic Gayton, Nicholas Coleman, Jackson Greenlaw, John LaPointe, Perry Amos, Jaques Skriletz, Brooke Smith, Nicki Scott, Ellie Cox

Agnes & Wilbur Hooper Scholarship - Andre Paul

Alexander/Crawford Scholarship - Carly Davis

Mon
15
Jun

WES's Musicians Deliver Outstanding Spring Concert

Some of the saxophonists from the advanced band. (Photos by Jayna Smith).


Mon
15
Jun

Volunteers Needed: Brook Trout Survey

 The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Maine Audubon (MA), and the Maine Council Trout Unlimited (METU) are seeking volunteer anglers to survey remote ponds and coastal streams for brook trout this fishing season.

Mon
15
Jun

Devotional

Lori Lynch

The Meaning of Generosity

Read-Luke 21:1-4

Mon
15
Jun

LEO A. PERKINS

Baileyville – Leo A.

Mon
15
Jun

MINA JOANNE SEAVEY

Baileyville – Mina Joanne Seavey, 79, passed away peacefully Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at home with her family by her side following a courageous battle with cancer.  Joanne was born in St.

Mon
15
Jun

In Memory

In loving memory of 

SHIRLEY N. 

CAMPBELL JR.

May 3, 1943 – 

May 26th 2014

Husband, Father, Papa 

 

and Brother Bub

Mon
15
Jun

Calais Recreation Notes

 I would like to thank everyone for coming out  for the Thomas DiCenzo Athletic Complex Improvem

Mon
15
Jun

Out and About

By Dorothy Johnson

Mon
15
Jun

District Court 2/1/15 - 2/28/15

David J. Bosworth of Calais, ME. Operate while license suspended or revoked, prior. Fine $500.00.

Kevin Stephen Croman of Baileyville, ME. Violating condition of release. Department of Corrections 30 days. Stayed 2/23/15.

Mon
15
Jun

Deer Harvest Second Highest in the Past Six Years

 Deer hunters in Maine harvested 22,490 deer in 2014, the second-highest total in the past six years. 

Mon
15
Jun

Maine CDC Offers Tips To Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

As Mainers head to camps, pull out their grills, and put boats in the water for the first time this season, health officials of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (MeCDC) have issued an advisory to raise awareness of the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning and how best to prevent it.

Mon
15
Jun

Calais High School's Top-Ranked Students Recognized

 

Mon
15
Jun

Local Hunger Fighters Meet With National Leaders

AmeriCorps VISTA Hunger Fighters From 33 States Share Best Practices

Sat
20
Jun

Tri-M Music Society Performs Free Concert for Seniors

By Lura Jackson

Mon
15
Jun

A Story and a Recipe

By Dorothy Johnson

Once again, thank you to all of the readers who stop and say they enjoy these columns.  Nothing is more important to a writer than having an audience…or at least this writer feels this way.

Mon
15
Jun

Spring at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge

Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge Manager Bill Kolodnicki encourages the public to visit Bearce Lake and Vose Pond to take advantage of the unique opportunities they offer for recreational fishing. 

Mon
15
Jun

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

May 31st, Orthodox Pentecost.  

Help suppress weeds in your lawn by moving it to a height of 2 to 3 inches.

Mon
15
Jun

CHS Student Council Attends MASC Leadership Conference

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 thirty-three Calais Middle and High School Student Council members, along with a few local delegates from the SCRTC NTHS, CHS NHS, and the class of 2015, traveled to Brewer to attend the annual MASC Leadership Conference.

Mon
15
Jun

Moose Island Follies Calls for Talent

This year marks the 11th anniversary of the Eastport Arts Center’s popular revue, the Moose Island Follies, held as two performances, 4 and 7:30 pm, on Friday, July 3, as the city-wide Fourth of July festivities are coming to a peak.

Mon
15
Jun

Memory Plumbed in Stage East’s Latest

Stage East will present a pair of unusual one-act plays for its spring production, on stage May 29-31, and collectively titled, “Times Remembered.”

Mon
15
Jun

Police Academy Graduation

Maine’s 60 newest police officers have graduated from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro.  The new officers, who mostly come from the local and county ranks

Mon
15
Jun

Health Fair at Calais Elementary School

Students at Calais Elementary School learned a lot and had a great time in the gym last Thursday as many community organizations & agencies gathered to share their knowledge and resources.

Mon
15
Jun

UMF Celebrates the Class of 2015 With Commencement Ceremony

The University of Maine at Farmington celebrated the Class of 2015 with a festive annual Commencement Ceremony today, Saturday, May 16. UMF President Kathryn A. Foster, faculty, administrators and dignitaries led the procession of 369 new graduates marching to traditional bagpipe music.

Mon
15
Jun

Saint Joseph's College of Maine Graduates Students

On Saturday, May 9, Saint Joseph's College held its Commencement, from its Standish campus on the shores of Sebago Lake. The College recognized the accomplishments of graduates in the on-campus programs as well as its online programs.

Mon
15
Jun

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

Only another month to the longest day light day of the year.  How time does fly!!  Mike sent a note saying that it was close to 80 degrees recently. After such a long winter the warmth in the air is a true blessing!  

Mon
15
Jun

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

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