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NEWPORT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BLOCK
CONTEST WINNERS

Newport Elementary School Block Contest winners from left to right: Jayce Awalt, Jacob Kezer and Abbigail Bradstreet.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Eastern Maine Chapter #329, recently presented trophies to their block contest winners at the Newport Elementary School. More than sixty students participated in the competition this year. Participants were given 100 building blocks and a certain amount of time to complete a project related to construction. The contest also encourages students to think about their future and also the construction industry. The first place winner was second grader Jayce Awalt who built an indestructible bridge. The second place winner was second grader Jacob Kezer who also built a bridge, and third place winner was first grader Abbigail Bradstreet who built a restaurant.

CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK
FUNDRAISERS TO BE HELD
IN MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

There will be a yard sale/craft fair fundraiser to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network in multiple locations beginning on Saturday, April 15th from 9 AM to 1 PM. The event will be held at the Mt. Kineo Masonic Hall on 34 Hudson Avenue. More than 14 vendors will provide a variety of handmade goods; Blankets, soaps, bath salts, preserves, clothing (LuLaRue), baked goods, and yard sale items, plus so much more. There are still a few tables/spaces left for interested vendors. Each table is $10 and the proceeds for the space all go to the Children’s Miracle Network. For more information contact Donna Russell at Rite Aid at 207-876-2788 or 207-717-8933. In addition to this event, similar events will be held in Milo at the Town Hall on 6 Pleasant Street, Saturday, April 22nd. For more information contact Wendy at 943-2212. Then in Dover-Foxcroft on Saturday, April 29th at the Union Square Mall, 64 East Main Street. For more information contact Ann at 564-9011. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals raises funds and awareness for 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the US and Canada. Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and charitable care.



FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENTS DISCUSSED AT
RECENT PITTSFIELD KIWANIS MEETING

Family-friendly events were the talk of the day
at Monday's Greater Pittsfield Area Kiwanis meeting.

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ANNUAL MAPLE BREAKFAST
TO BE HELD AT FOXCROFT ACADEMY
The Dover-Foxcroft Shiretown Homecoming Committee will be holding their Annual Maple Breakfast on March 26th (Maine Maple Sunday) from 7 to 10 AM.
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ARTS ALIVE COMMITTEE BRINGING
A DAY OF ART TO GUILFORD

The arts will come to life at Piscataquis Community Elementary School (PCES)
on Friday, June 9th during a day that more than one student describes
as “the best day of school ever.”

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MAINE MAPLE SUNDAY TO BE
CELEBRATED ACROSS THE STATE
The Maine Maple Syrup Association urges the public to join
Maine's Maple Syrup producers, statewide,
as they celebrate Maine Maple Sunday on Sunday, March 26th.

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SEBASTICOOK VALLEY HEALTH
SUPPORTS SARAH’S HOUSE
Sebasticook Valley Health (SVH) presented a check to Sarah’s House on Wednesday, February 22nd during a ceremony at SVH.
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