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TISBURY MANOR
HELD SUCCESSFUL
PLANNING SESSION

Attendees during the planning session pictured from left to right: Cori Todd, Bunny Knight, Nancy Battick, Jane Macomber, Kathy Normandin, Colleen Taylor and Barbara Joyce. Not pictured, but attended Rita Page.
Tisbury Manor Chapter DAR held its first meeting of 2017 on Sunday, April 9th, in Dover Foxcroft at the Mayo Regional Hospital. The meeting was a planning session for the upcoming year. Tisbury Manor will be holding a grave dedication in May, 9/11 Observance Ceremony in September, and a Veterans Day ceremony in November. There are many other activities planned for this year. If interested in getting involved email info@tisburymanordar.org to get started. For more information Facebook at www.facebook.com/tisburymanordar or Tisbury Manor’s website at www.tisburymanordar.org.

ROY’S FISHING BUDDIES TO HOLD BOTTLE DRIVE
AND GIVE CANCER THE BOOT FUNDRAISERS

Roy’s Fishing Buddies, a Relay for Life Team of Penobscot, will be holding a bottle drive at B’Warts Convenience and Redemption in Dexter beginning on Monday, April 24th and continuing through Saturday, April 29th. All bottles collected will go toward the Relay For Life American Cancer Society. The bottle drive will kick-off the Give Cancer the Boot Fundraiser, in which Roy’s Fishing Buddies will be distributing rubber boots to several area stores and businesses. The boot will be at Anglers Restaurant, Shell, Greenbear 420, and Harvest Moon Deli in Newport; B’Wart’s Convenience and Redemption and Toots Deli in Dexter; and at Hartland IGA in Hartland. If interested in putting a boot in your store contact Mindy Day at 478-1252.
An American Cancer Society Relay for Life Team works together to honor cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease that has taken too much from so many. Roy’s Fishing Buddies, Relay for Life Team will camp out overnight and take turns walking or running around a track. The Relay for Life will be held on Friday, June 23rd at the Old Town High School on 203 Stillwater Avenue in Orono. Typically, relays can take-up to 24 hours. Since cancer never sleeps, each team is asked to have at least one participant on the track at all times. All proceeds will go directly to Roy’s Fishing Buddies Relay for Life Team and the American Cancer Society. For more information on Roy’s Fishing Buddies Relay for Life Team visit Facebook at www.facebook.com/roysfishingbuddiesrelayforlife/.



A HOPPING GOOD TIME
AT THE EASTER EGG HUNT

Dozens of children and their families gathered at the Pinnacle Ski Lodge in Pittsfield on Saturday, April 15th for the annual free Easter Egg Hunt.

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DRUG TAKE BACK DAY TO BE
HELD IN PITTSFIELD AND NEWPORT
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and participating local law enforcement agencies are coordinating a nationwide drug "take-back" day.
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REGISTRATION OPEN FOR
TEEN WILDERNESS EXPEDITION

Summer in Maine is short, sweet and there is so much to do.
In the area, there are plenty of wonderful options for camps, programs
and sports for youth to get involved with.

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BUSINESS RESOURCES NIGHT
TO BE HELD IN PITTSFIELD
There will be a Business Resources Night in Sebasticook Valley
at Warsaw Middle School on Tuesday, April 25th.

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MCI ROBOTICS TEAM QUALIFIES
FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ST. LOUIS
 The MCI robotics team, The Terror Bytes, have finished their season by qualifying for the FIRST Championships in St. Louis.
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