Knox Town News

By Rita Doughty | Dec 07, 2013

Santa Arrived...

Yes, Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived in a horse drawn wagon with Clayton and his horses, Ben and Buster. The wagon was adorned with all kinds of lights, as well as the horses. There were a number of children waiting to see Santa. They had a chance to tell Santa what was on their Wish List. Pictures were taken as well. All of the boys and girls have been very good. Soon Santa will come. Let's hope the little ones get what they wished for.

Books For Sale

Matt Curry, who is a tried and true Hunter, and Woodsman, has a book out now too. It is " A Maine Outdoorsman " and you can purchase it by calling 207-342-4000. Or, you can mail a check for $23.00 to Matt Curry 395A Back Belmont Rd., Belmont, Me. 04915 You may pick it up there for $20.00. I'm sure Matt tells some good true tales, as he is very adventurous. For those of you that know him this will be a good read.

Another Author

John Ford, Sr. has two books out, " Suddenly the Cider Didn't Taste So Good ", and " This Cider Still Tastes Funny ".

Another One Too

Mark Nickerson has a book, " Blue Lights In The Night ". These books by all three of these men will entertain you for hours. They will make great Christmas gifts. Look for them locally.

Birthday

Little Acadia Cullivan recently celebrated her 4th Birthday. She was a little Princess. I hope you had a great day.

Coming Soon Tuesday

Spirit Talk.....An open interfaith Public conversation about Spiritual Life ....Come, listen, and Share. Living in Freedom. What gives you Life ? What sustains you ? Where do you find inspiration ? Where is Spiritual Healing ? What do you need for Support ? Tues., Dec. 10th 7 pm at Dirigo Grange Hall. Sponsored by the Holy Conversations Group of St. Mark's Episcopal Church of Waterville. More info: Myrick Cross 382-6155 or Paul Flynn 314-5525. Hope to see many of you attend.

 

Sympathy

I would like to extend our Condolences to the Family of Linda Fletcher who recently lost her battle with breast cancer. Rest In Peace.

At Home

Eileen Gage is at home with her niece, Janet again. Thinking of her family as they care for her.

Togus

Dwayne Keller is at Togus as he didn't have to stay in Boston after all. Get better soon Dwayne.

Services

Visitation services for Nathaniel Cobb will be at Veilleux's Funeral Home on Dec.10th, 2-4 and 6-8pm. Post 5 will conduct American Legion services at 3 pm. Burial will be in the Spring, May 6th. Nat was very well known to everyone in the Legion, and beyond.

Open House

The Montville Historical Society will have an Open House on Sunday, Dec.8th at 10am-2:30pm. This will be at the Old Kingdom School House in Center Montville. Everyone Welcome. The Raffle Drawing for Edna Mitchell's Quilt will be that day.

Craft Fair

At Town Hall in Freedom on Dec.14th.9am-3pm. All kinds of goodies will be for sale. A Silent Auction will be held too. Lunch served. Come check this out. Several crafters will be there.

Thank You!!!

Thanks to Coral Furrow who donated mittens to People to People for the Head Start little ones. They were most appreciated. Little ones always need mittens.

Cake Time

I got invited to Winslow Wednesday evening for my birthday cake and Ice Cream. Thanks everyone!

Coming Event

After Christmas, Dec. 28th at Freedom Falls, 4 pm, A Documentary of the Old Mill will be shown,  "The Restoration of the Mill ".  5:30pm will be a Community Pot Luck Supper. At 7:00pm there will be a Contra Dance. This sounds like an enjoyable evening so mark your calendars.

Craft Fairs

There were the Mt. View Christmas Fair, Jackson's Big Pantry Auction and other events going on today, Saturday. I didn't go anywhere. Hope you got to go to some of these fun time events. Jackson Food Pantry did exceptionally well, and Cindy Thanks everyone who supported the Auction. Thanks from Projection Graduation 2014.

Happy Birthday

I hope that Chris McCue had a good Birthday...

Bangor Santa Arrives

Clayton Larrabee and his team of Horses, Ben and Buster pulled his wagon and Santa Claus Saturday evening in the Parade in Bangor. He had his elves helping with the horses. Thanks folks, nice job.

Until next week,

The Rifle Deer Hunting Season has ended. Paul at Freedom G tagged 186 last count. It is now Black Powder season. Good Luck to all the Hunters still looking for that big buck. Take care folks. It is getting colder out there.Stay warm. Do a favor for someone. Pay it forward. 18 more days until Christmas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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