Knox Town News

By Rita Doughty | Sep 09, 2019

knoxtownnews@yahoo.com

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Hello All,

It is dreary, damp and feeling cold to me, and has been raining. I decided to stay put and not venture out to the church supper after all. Fall is sure here by the feeling in the air. We were fortunate to escape the hurricane. Prayers for those suffering any loss from this in the southerrn states, and Bahamas.

Belated birthday

A very happy 90th birthday to Beverly Ingraham of the family of Gold Top Farm! May she have many more. A happy 75th birthday to Barbara Bouley of Montville!

Sunday

The Benjamin Berry Legionnaires and Auxiliary of Post and Unit 50 in Unity will hold a Flag Retirement on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 11 a.m. Boy and Girl Scouts were invited. A special dedication of a plaque will be presented in memory of Jerry and Linda Parker to be hung at the Legion Home. Following ceremonies, the annual Legion Family Barbecue will be held.

Mount View High School

The MVHS Football Game with Houlton has been postponed to Monday, Sept. 9, at 4 p.m.

Thorndike, our neighbor

The Thorndike Bicentennial events will take place on Saturday, Sept. 14, at 10 a.m.

Craft Fair

The 22nd annual Holiday Craft Fair will be held on Nov. 3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Waterville Elks Lodge 905.

Fall Festival

The Fall Festival in downtown Belfast will be coming up on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 8 a.m. Sales, treasures, kids' activities and much more.

Cousin hard at work

Devin Strickler, a veteran, is making homemade sugar cookie-scented soy candles from her company, Life Moments Candle Co., in Richland, Pa. "For the Love of a Veteran," the soy candle is a fundraiser for the VA in her area. The sales benefit the veterans that will be attending and participating in the national Golden Age Games 2020 being held in Madison, Wis. will be contacting her at lifemomentscandleco@yahoo.com to see if the Maine group may possibly want to partake in this as well. One never knows. I know a lady vet from Maine that attends the games.

College soccer

Our granddaughter, Sara Doughty, is playing soccer for the UMPI Owls as they opened their season with a victory vs. Vermont Tech. UMPI won 4-1 in their road trip to Vermont, behind two first-year players. The Owls came out of the gate early with their first goal coming within the first minute of the game. Sara Doughty scored the unassisted goal in her first college game. The Owls stayed aggressive, with Sara scoring her second goal of the game behind a goal at the 4-minute mark, at the 7:39 mark. This capped off their 3-0 half-time lead. Yes,They won 4-1, and I was happy for her team. As I write this, they are in Boston for their game on Sunday.

Sickness

Kenny Drew recently had a hospital stay from a heart attack, and now has had a stent put in. He is getting better in Texas where he lives. Get well, Ken.

Triad Auction

Reminder the auction on Friday, Sept. 13, 5 p.m. preview and auction at 5:45 p.m. at the Tarratine Hall on Main Street.

Knox Historical Society

Meeting Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. Town Office.

Until next week,

Have a good week, everyone. The apples are coming soon. People have been getting peaches, and blueberries. Stay safe and warm.

 

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