Montville Town News
My apologies for missing last week's column. My family and I went on a whirlwind adventure to Los Angeles California to visit and meet my brand spanking-new nephew Amir. Even his name, Amir Zayne Gonzalez sounds like a rockstar! I had forgotten how sweet babies smell, and how tiny their fingers and toes are, and how awesome it feels when they flash you a baby smile. We had a great time. One of the highlights, we visited Point Dume, in Malibu beach. The final scene from Planet of the Apes was filmed here; the part where Charlton Heston and Nova are riding on a beach and they discover Statue of Liberty buried in the sand. Beautiful!
Montville Town News
Medicare Savings Program For Eligible Seniors
Did you know that there's a State program that can help with your Medicare costs? Spectrum Generations will be available at the Montville Town Office to help you determine if you qualify for this help. There will be six individual one-hour appointments available for Montville residents on Wednesday, June 18th, from 9 am - 4 pm. A representative will be there to help you apply for this program online or a paper application. Please provide your Medicare card, proof of income and a list of your medications or bring your prescription bottles (with specific dosages, etc.). Montville residents should call Kathryn Kreamer at Spectrum Generations, 338-1190 for more information or to register for an appointment.
Central Maine Power has hired Lucas Tree to spray small trees under power lines on some roads in Montville this summer using a low-volume foliar application.
Herbicides will be applied using backpack sprayers to small trees on portions of the following roads:
Route 173 (Woodmans Mill Road and Stevens Pond Road)
Twitchell Hill Road
North Trotting Park Road
Trues Pond Road
New Ireland Road
If you do not want the trees that are under power lines on your property to be sprayed, please call Kevin Brennan of Lucas Tree at 272-2817 before June 10 to let him know.
Mount View News
The RSU 3 Fruit and Veggie Market will be held on June 6, 2014 from 3:30 - 5pm in the Mount View High School Cafeteria. This is a FREE program offered to all RSU 3 communities and community members. Bring a re-usable shopping bag or a box will be provided. There will be no market in July and the August market will be held on August 8th from 3:30-5pm in the same location. If you have any questions, call 568-4607 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liberty Library News
Plant & Pie Sale - Saturday, June 7th, 10:00-12:00 at the Liberty Library. Come buy a pie and some plants to support the library.
Carolyn Locke - Friday, June 13th , 7:00 at the Library
Carolyn Locke, longtime teacher at Mt. View High School, will give a slide show and read from her new book, Not One Thing: Following Matsuo Basho‚'s Narrow Road to the Interior. A combination of prose, haiku and photography, Locke's book explores her travels around the island of Honshu with 15 other teachers from around the United States as part of a Fulbright-Hays Special Project to Japan. Her books will be for sale. Refreshments will be served.
ANNUAL YARD SALE/BAKE SALE - SPONSORED BY ARBUTUS CHAPTER, ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR IN LIBERTY.
Date: Saturday, June 14th
Time: 8:00 am to 1 pm
Location: Parking area on Rt. 3 in Liberty beside Peavey's General Store
That's about it for this week. If you have news you would like me to include, or just let me know you read the column, send me an email or give me a call. My deadline for next week's edition is Friday at 10:00. Happy Easter everyone!
Until next time.