Prospect News

By JAMIE ORESTIS | Sep 06, 2018

Tax bills for 2018 were sent out Friday August 24th. The deadline for payments before the interest incurs is October 31st. If you still have 2016 taxes due you should really pay them off before January as that is when they will be foreclosed on.

The next free Rabies clinic through the Waldo County Human Society will be Saturday October 20th, 2018 at the Brooks Fire Station from 9am-11am. New dog tags will be available at the Town Office sometime in mid-October. Dogs should be registered by December 31st the $25.00 late fee starts February 1st.

On September 15th from 11am-2pm at the Marsh School Museum there will be a Quilt Show hosted by Sharon Sneed. Both new and antique quilts will be on display and Sharon will be speaking about technique and answer general quilting questions. For a sneak peek at Sharon’s work you can stop by the Town Office during regular business hours and we will be happy to take out the various ones she has made for us!

Community Center Events: The Community Center will host an Antique Appraisal October 8th at 7pm. Appraisals will be done by local antique dealer Mark Bradstreet. Every Wednesday at 1pm the community club hosts a coffee time, all residents welcomed. The last Community Supper for the season will be on October 13th. The Hunters Breakfast is tentatively set for November 3rd 5am-9am weather permitting.

Prospect History: Did you know? The Penobscot Narrows Observatory, opened in 2007, is the tallest public bridge observatory in the world. Prospect History facts are submitted by Historical Society member Sharon Sneed.

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