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INTER-TRIBAL POW-WOW
TO BE HELD IN NEWPORT
North Country Inter-Tribal Pow-wow is inviting the public to an Inter-Tribal Pow-wow in Newport on Saturday, August 30th through Monday, September 1st from 10 AM to 5 PM each day. Come celebrate the Native heritage and culture during the three-day event. Enjoy the dancing, drumming, and the storytelling. There will be more than twenty vendors, including two food vendors. Helen Hoard will be the storyteller, Grandmothers Tears will be head drums, the Emcee is Junior Peter Paul and the head dancers will be Tony Austin and Francesca Bailey. Admission is $5 a day per adult, free for kids under eighteen years old with paid adult admission and $3 for seniors.
A hand drum competition will be held on Saturday, August 30th and Sunday, August 31st in the afternoon. The public is encouraged to vote. Cast a vote for $1 per vote. A winner takes all finale will be held on Sunday.
There are no drugs or alcohol allowed on the grounds. For more information, contact Ed Littlefield at 207-368-4944 or Ellie Luce at 207-368-4959. An email could also be sent to ncountrypowwow1@yahoo.com.



TRI-TOWN SCIENCE FESTIVAL TO BE HELD IN PITTSFIELD
Join the Newport Cultural Center, Pittsfield Public Library, Hartland Public Library, and Cornerstones of Science on Saturday, August 2nd from 10 AM to 1 PM at Hathorn Park in Pittsfield, as they present a festival of science with hands-on activities, events, presenters, and door prizes.
Participants will be able to build a balloon-powered car with the Children’s Discovery Museum of Augusta, experiment with Nano Science with the Maine Discovery Museum in Bangor, join in a hands-on engineering activity with Cianbro of Pittsfield, discover the science of bubbles with the Girls Scouts of Maine, learn all about the rocks and minerals of Maine with L.C. Bates Museum, partake in aerospace engineering and Maine lake watershed activities with University of Maine students, visit with friends at Healthy SV, and listen to music and songs with storyteller Michael Parent.
Pack a lunch, bring a blanket to spread on the grass, and join in and have fun learning about science. Enter to win some awesome door prizes and visit with friends from Sweet Frog, Scoop, and Cookie. A rain location has been set for Warsaw School in Pittsfield.



GREENVILLE’S OLDEST CITIZEN RECEIVES BOSTON POST CANE
The Boston Post Cane was recently presented to the oldest resident
of Greenville, Sarah Dean Fahey at a delightful gathering at the
C.A. Dean Nursing Home, where Sarah Fahey resides.
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DUCKS AVAILABLE FOR 4TH ANNUAL RUBBER DUCK RACE
FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

Sebasticook Valley Health encourages everyone to rent a rubber duck
for breast cancer awareness and watch it cross the finish line
during the Fourth Annual Duck Race on Saturday, August 9th.

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BENEFIT SPAGHETTI DINNER FOR
FAMILY OF KIMBERLY GODSOE
There will be a benefit spaghetti dinner for the family
of Kimberly Godsoe on Sunday, August 3rd from 2 to 5 PM.
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MOOSEHORNS 100TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
The Abbot and Monson Historical Societies, along with the Blanchard Preservation Society will hold a ceremony in observance of the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the Moosehorns in Abbot on August 9th.
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