November 2016

Ornament Making Party

Sunday, November 20th

12:00 noon -  2:00 p.m.

Eastport Arts Center,

36 Washington St., Eastport

Cost: $10 per person

The Eastport Arts Center will offer an ornament-making party featuring three different techniques with instructors Kristin McKinlay, Dawn Loper and Sara Myrick. 


Fort Fairfield & Calais - Jacob Glenn Donovan, 30, passed away at 1:31 P M on Saturday Nov. 5, 2016. He was recuperating in the hospital from an unexpected surgery at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. Jacob began his life on March 17, 1986 with parents Robin and Randy B.


Athlyn S.Titcomb passed away peacefully November 10, 2016 at Madigan Estates Nursing home. She was born August 18, 1922 in Amity, Maine, the tenth child of Effie Laurina Walton and Isaac W. Simpson.

EAC to Host Holiday Market

Eastport Arts Center will offer its 5th Annual Holiday Market on Saturday, November 26, from 10 am to 2 pm. An array of handcrafted goods, live musical entertainment and hot lunches will be available, all in a festive and social atmosphere. We still have room for a few more vendors.

CHS Holds Annual Rock-A-Thon

By Kaileigh Deacon

Pictured are the Calais High School Student Council, National Honor Society, and Class officers. These students are rocking in rocking chairs to help raise money to provide students at the Calais Children's Project with a Christmas this a December. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon).

Beckett Center News

On Monday, the 17th of October, the crew did different things in the morning, including heathy snack which was bananas. In the afternoon we did basketball and skill drills outside and enjoyed the beautiful weather.


Sally Doten



It’s again a Sunday evening and I sit looking at the computer screen and wondering what I can write that might interest you. May I say, “it’s not much.” So here comes the news.......

Calais High School

Dylan Carrier


This week at C.H.S Addison Coty placed 20th in the cross country state championship. The rock-a-thon was on November 7th. Twenty-six kids raised over two thousand dollars to benefit the children who spend the holidays at Aroostook Mental Health Center.