Knox Town News

By Rita Doughty | Jun 06, 2014

Blood Drive at Legion Post 50 Unity

For the American Red Cross there will be a Blood Drive at the Legion Post Home on June 11th 1-6 PM . Come and give blood if you possibly can. You are helping to save a life.

Birthdays

Happy Birthday to Francis " Mavor Clark on June 8th who will be 89.

Happy Birthday to Matt Curry 81 years young on June 12th.

Happy Birthday to Wilma Stewart "Wink " on June 15th.

Happy Birthday to Zachary Nickerson on June 18th.

Happy Birthday to Paul Flynn on June 16th, the Freedom General himself.

Happy Birthday to Bob Richardson on June 19th.

Happy Birthday to Brenda Hubbard Smith on June 13th.

Happy Birthday to Leona Howe Ohlert on June 13th, formerly of Troy, and now of Florida. Wishing everyone a great day !

Sympathy

I am extending Sympathy to the family of Lil Hammond who passed recently. She will be missed by all of us in the Ladies Auxiliary in Unity.

Get Well

Great big Get Well Wishes are being sent to Penny Picard Sampson who is having surgery. Prayers are being sent for your complete recovery. Get Better soon.

Breakfast

The Palermo Post 163 is having a Breakfast June 14th 7-9 am $6.00 Come on out for breakfast and support the Legionnaire's.

Convention

The American Legion and Auxiliary are holding their annual Convention in Bangor at the Cross Center. It is being held June 13,14,& 15th. Hope to see many members there.

Spaghetti Feast

June 14th 4-6 pm at Freedom Congregational Church sponsored by Pleasant Hill Cemetery members to raise funds for a Granite Stone Sign for the cemetery. Various sauces, spaghetti, salad, bread, and more. Come hungry. Donations. See Kim Holmes for more info.

Knox Grange Supper

June 21st at Knox Station Grange there will be a Public Roast Beef Supper and all the fixings. 4:30-6 pm.

Veterans Ceremony WW II Veterans

On June 29th the World War II Veterans will be honored at Bank of America 21 Schoodic Drive in Belfast. 2 pm.

Flag Day

Observe Flag Day on June 14th. Fly Old Glory if you have a Flag. I will not be doing a Flag Day observance this year at the school. Look for me next year. Thanks.

July 4th, Horse Pulls in Knox

The Horse Pulls this summer on July 4th will be held at Clayton Larrabee's. This is on the Abbott Road in Knox. 7-9 am weigh in. 10:15 am 2 # Rock.2 pm Sweepstake Horses.  9 am All Game Horse Show.Other Events. 11:30 am Ermal, aka John Wayne, yeah the Cowboy for all who don't know who that is. and Paula, America's Yodeling Sweetheart. Noon Chicken BBQ. 4 pm Cow Chip Bingo. Much more.Come on out and enjoy the Horse Pull and Show. We have a lot of Horse Lover's in the Area. Sounds like a good time.

Benefit In Thorndike

A Chicken BBQ for Tammy Leeman Shaw at the Thorndike Town Office June 28th 4:30 pm. She is battling lung cancer. Come show your support for Tammy and her family.

Get Well

I am sending Get Well Wishes to a little fellar who is battling cancer, and his name is Christian Marriner. He is the great grandson of Dick and Jackie Marriner of Swanville. They are old friends of mine. Please keep the little guy in your thoughts and prayers for a complete recovery.

Spaghetti Benefit Supper

A Benefit Dinner for Tanya Hubbard is planned for June 22nd 12 Noon  at Mount View Cafe. She is battling cancer again. Come and support Mrs. Hubbard.

Until next week,

Enjoy that sun that has been trying to shine. We have to deal with the black flies, and the rain. The gardens need the rain. Hopefully you are able to plant your gardens in between the rain drops. I enjoy seeing the horses working in the fields at New Beat Farm. Let's go fishing. Take care all.

Frye Mt. Tour

Hopefully a Tour is being planned for this year. Clayton will be working on the road on the Mt., and plans to build a road around the hill so we can go to Walker Ridge Road Knox end this year with the teams of horses, and cover that area for the Tour. I will be checking with the Montville people. Get out all your old pictures of the homesteads there, and get a copy to me. Also of the people that lived on the Mountain. Thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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