Prospect News

By Barbara A. Tilley | May 15, 2014

The Prospect News

Barbara A. Tilley


The Primary will be coming up June 10th. and the Polls will be open 8:00 AM-8:00 PM in the Town Office. Hope everyone turns out and votes.

June 7th. will be the day of the Town Clean Up. Have your items out by the road by 7:00 AM. As to tires, they will not be collected that day. Each Thursday, you can dispose of two tires in the regular trash as long as they are off the rims and under 15”.

Sympathy is extended to the family of Marian (Brown) Hood of Heagan Mt. Road. Her daughter and son in law Lorraine and Peter Tripp have been staying with her. Marian was a “Prospecter” for many years and came from a big family and now there is only one brother left of the original family. May you now rest in Peace and join the rest of your family.

Also, Marjorie Maddocks passed away in a Belfast Nursing Home. She and her family were members of Prospect many years ago. Marjorie was a Nurse at Waldo County Hospital for many years and took care of several people from this town. Sympathy is extended to her family also.

They say things come in 3’s-well that is the case this week. John Nason, son of Luana Nason of Town , passed away in Winterport. He had been sick for some time and we wish his family Peace and with the help of God, get through the trying times ahead.

The Prospect Historical Society held their first meeting of the year, May 12th. in the dining room. Election of Officer’s were held. Elected were Diane Terry, President, Connie Mancevice, Vice President, Secretary Lois Gianni, Treasurer Carol Johnson. 3 Directors were elected- Jack Emack, Sam Gianni and Paul Clifford. Several meetings are coming up pertaining to the Marsh School House and what is the first project for the year. It will be open in Oct. for the 220th. Birthday of Prospect with displays of items that have been donated to the Society. As the plans firm up., I will write about them and keep you up-dated.

Laura Emack has been writing Plays and books for several years and May 31st. at the Bangor Public Library, a new script called Power Play will be presented by Snowlion Repertoire from Portland, Maine. Info/Reservations can be made by calling 567-3437 or charge is $5.00 which will be contributed totally to the BPL Building Fund.

I went to our Granddaughter, Sarah Sutherland graduation from Husson College in Bangor on Mother’s Day. She studied Physical Therapy and graduated com laude and will start her Clinical training this summer for 6 weeks in Bucksport then 6 weeks in Blue Hill before returning to Husson for another 2 years to continue her education and goal of becoming a Doctor. We wish her luck in her career. She is the daughter of Lisa and Dwayne Sutherland of Bucksport.

The Baltimore Orioles’ only stayed around for 3 or 4 days and have now left. I guess there were no females around here so they went looking else where but the Humming Birds have appeared at everyone’s feeders and feeding constantly. Spring is wonderful when trees start budding out and the birds return.

I want to wish you all a safe and healthy week and please remember those that need a card or a prayer. God Bless you all.

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