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CORINNA ELEMENTARY TO HOST FREE TURKEY DINNER

The Corinna Bicentennial Cookbook will be available for purchase at the upcoming free turkey dinner.
The Corinna Elementary School will be holding a free turkey dinner from 11 AM to 2 PM on Saturday, December 10th. The Maine Country Music Association will be providing the entertainment for the event. The public is invited to attend. The school is located at 42 Stetson Road in Corinna.
At this time, the Corinna Bicentennial ‘Ladies of the Era’ Cookbook will be available for $10 each. Public sale of the cookbook will begin on Monday, December 12th at the Corinna Town Office. All proceeds from the sale of the cookbook will go towards purchasing a defibrillator for the Levi Stewart Free Library building.

 LADIES OF THE ERA COOKBOOK
DRAWING CONTEST WINNERS

The Corinna Bicentennial Committee recently held a drawing contest for students at the Corinna Elementary School. The students were asked to draw foods in the categories for the Corinna Bicentennial ‘Ladies of the Era’ Cookbook. The Bicentennial Committee received 70 entries and were finally able to whittle them down to the final 8 winners. All the entries are currently on display at the Stewart Free Library in Corinna. The winners all received a gift certificate for a pizza at AE Robinson’s, as well as a copy of the Bicentennial Cookbook at a ceremony held on Tuesday, November 22nd at the Corinna Elementary School. The Corinna Elementary School also received a check for $200 to be used toward school supplies.

Winners of the drawing contest for the Ladies of the Era Cookbook were as follows, Hailey Reynolds- Grade 4; Kelsey Irish - Grade 2; Jacob Graves - Grade 2; Dylan Coughlin - Grade 3; Anastasya Bridges - Grade 4; Tripp Clark - Grade 4; Kenzy Cowan - Grade 4 and Addi Blair - Kindergarten.




HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS
A list of Holiday Happenings in the area.

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COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
PARTICIPATE IN BIOBLITZ
The Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District conducted a “BioBlitz” natural resource inventory at the Law Farm in partnership with natural resource professionals, Piscataquis Community Secondary School students and Environmental Science Teacher, Heather Doherty.
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ENDING HUNGER WALKING TOUR
DONATES TO LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES

The Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger has again partnered with Brenda Davis, one of the state’s leading ending hunger advocates and Director of BBC Opportunity Center to cover the state of Maine on foot to raise awareness about the problem of hunger in Maine.
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LOCAL PITTSFIELD FAMILY DONATES PARCEL OF LAND TO MAINE CENTRAL INSTITUTE
Maine Central Institute (MCI) Headmaster, Christopher J. Hopkins has announced a recent gift of property to the school. The gift was made by the Quint family of Pittsfield. The property is adjacent to the MCI campus.
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SEBASTICOOK VALLEY HEALTH AUXILIARY
PREPARES FOR CHRISTMAS HOUSE TOUR
Members of the Sebasticook Valley Health Auxiliary
are busy preparing for the 2016 Christmas House Tour.

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