Unity News

By Carolyn Zachary | Nov 03, 2017

Unity News

By Penny Sampson

penny@unityme.org

What a crazy week it became after the windstorm. Many people have gotten their power back, but there are still quite a few of our neighbors still managing without. Thankful we live in a close community where people help each other out. I lost a main branch on my gigantic maple tree. It barely missed the porch. My brother Matt has already claimed it for next year's firewood.

Unity had a fabulous Halloween! Not too long ago I was sad to see that many houses in town were dark, but Halloween night I was excited and proud to see that people decorated, and houses lit up, and businesses participated, and hordes of people were out canvassing the town in search of candy. Whoever came up with trunk-or-treating is a genius! Thank you citizens for bringing back the Halloween of old, minus the outhouse.

Happy birthday to my niece Phoebe. She is the youngest of Dennis and Sharon's four girls

The Unity town office will be closed Nov. 10, and Nov. 23rd and 24th. Dog licenses are available and due by Dec. 31 to avoid penalties.

Holly Berry Christmas Fair will be held Nov. 18th at the Unity United Methodist Church from 9am to 2pm.

Sweetser School in Belfast is having a Vendor Fair to help raise money for new gym equipment, art supplies, and sensory items. This vendor fair will be held at 9 School Street on November 16 from 4-6pm. They will have 5 Lularoe consultants bringing us an inventory of over 4,500 pieces of clothing for sale. Additionally they will have consultants from Younique, Lipsense, Paparazzi Jewelry and Color Street nail polish strips. Local T-shirt artist Lisa Wing will be on hand with over 100 tie-dye t-shirts and local Mt. View students will be having bake sale with the proceeds all going to Sweetser. Anyone having questions could contact Heidi Paul at 930-2900.

Please send your news and announcements to penny@unityme.org.

 

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