Parents, bring your kids for the Winterport Live Nativity role assignment and practice on Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at the Winterport Baptist Church, 100 Coles Corner Rd. Kids all ages are welcome. If you cannot attend but would like a part, let Lynda and Dean El-Hajj know. Call 223-5031, or e-mail email@example.com This is the 45th consecutive presentation of this outdoor play. It is presented outdoors on the grounds of the historic Union Meeting House at night the weekend before Christmas. Streetlights are turned off and the Route 1A traffic is diverted. There are usually 300 spectators in attendance, The children of Winterport are the actors. The only speaking part is the narrator, an adult. The play is 12 minutes long and involves live animals. This year's pageant is Dec. 21 and 22. This is your opportunity to take part in the cherished town tradition.
Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Stephen Cunningham, who recently passed away.
The weather station is now naming winter snowstorms. We just had Athena.
There was a large voter turnout in Winterport (2,120), with many new registrations. Most races were quite close. Congratulations to all the winners.
My son Mark and his wife, Tina, woke up to snow-covered ground on Nov. 8, the day they were returning home to California. After a little shoveling and cleaning the car off, they headed to BIA for their flight to Detroit and then to LA. I had advised them to bring warm clothing, as we were due for a cold spell. After a week of visiting friends and relatives and a few pictures of the snow, they were off to warm Sacramento. A fun time was held by all.