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February 19 - 25, 2016
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watching Dana Rhoades of Charleston reel in his 17 inch salmon. The
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Free Community Dinners
continue at DF Congregational
Church four Mondays each month
DOVER-FOXCROFT - The
Dover-Foxcroft Congregational
Church and the United Methodist
Church
have
pioneered
a
program that aims at offering
a free community dinner at the
Congregational Church. Since
the official launch of the program
in October 2014, efforts have
been made by volunteers from
these churches, the Saint Thomas
Aquinas Catholic Church and
several area businesses to provide
meals on every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and
4th Mondays of the month.
This program is open to anyone
interested in enjoying a hot meal
with friends and neighbors.
Reverend Chad Poland of the
Dover-Foxcroft Congregational
Church
said
that
“the
Community Dinner Project has
brought organizations together
through a common purpose, has
provided friends and coworkers
an opportunity to grow in their
relationships through shared
service, and has connected people
from across the spectrum of our
community. What began with 5
people sharing a meal has reached
numbers as high as 70. We are
achieving our goal: A warm place,
an inviting community, and great
food.”
A Piscataquis County Soil
and Water Conservation District
(PCSWCD) spokesperson, noting
that organization’s partnership
in the Free Community Dinner
program, stated, “We are looking
forward to saying thank you
for all of the support we have
received from our community,
and giving back through hosting
one of these dinners on February
22, with tremendous assistance
provided by the Foxcroft Academy
National Honor Society students.
In addition to serving our dinner
guests that evening, we will be
supporting community members
by showcasing local food from
farms in our area in the meal
that we prepare.”
The meal will feature local,
seasonal foods and the PCSWCD
will be promoting the farms
and stores they source the
ingredients from. The District
has receive food donations from
Checkerberry Farm in Parkman,
Breakneck Ridge Farm in
Blanchard, Rusted Rooster Farm
in Parkman, Widdershins Farm
in Dover-Foxcroft, Autumn Echo
Farm in Medford and Shaw’s
Supermarket in Dover-Foxcroft.
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GUILFORD – Not even subzero temperatures could chill
the enthusiasm for a pot-luck
luncheon and the celebration
kickoff of Guilford’s 200th
birthday last Sunday.
The Valley Grange hall was
packed with patrons enjoying
baked beans, casseroles, lasagna,
potato salad, deviled eggs and
dozens of cupcakes baked by
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AND THE WINNER IS – Guilford Town Manager Tom Goulette draws the first winning ticket in the
Guilford 200th birthday raffle at Sunday’s celebration hosted by Valley Grange. The winner of a pair of
Red Sox tickets and a team “goodie bag” was Megan Ryder. Also pictured are Bicentennial Committee
members Cindy and Brian Woodworth. (Eastern Gazette photo – Mike Lange)
“200” carved wood sign.
Town Manager Tom Goulette
addressed the crowd briefly,
noting
that
Guilford
was
originally settled in 1806 “when
a few adventurous souls, seeking
a better life for themselves,
braved the elements and muddy
roadways – sometimes traveling
over animal paths – cleared land
and built homes of sticks and
rocks.”
Today, descendants of some of
these original settlers – the Lows,
Bennetts and Herrings – still live
in the Guilford area.
The
town
was
officially
incorporated
by
the
Massachusetts Legislature in
1816, several years before Maine
became a state.
Goulette
joked
that
his
father “moved here as a French
Catholic Democrat – a tough
way to gain a foothold in this
Republican Protestant town –
and consequently, I always felt
like an alien.”
But Goulette said that since
many believe that people are
“separated by only six degrees,”
he keeps stumbling onto names
in his ancestry that “sound
familiar,
such
as
Warren,
Stevens, Packard, Delano, Chase,
Bradford … and Grant.”
The town manager said that
more than anything, residents
should “celebrate our resilience
and perseverance. We’ve had
major fires in 1825, 1925, 1928,
1958 and 1969; major floods in
1832, 1856, 1966 and 1987; two
Depressions, two World Wars and
several smaller wars, droughts
and a year with no summer.” He
quipped that until the recent cold
snap, “We almost got through
this year with no winter.”
The
year-long
celebration
continues with a pot-luck dinner
at the March 21 annual town
meeting, where the final ticket of
a 37-day drawing will be picked;
a free “Yellow Brick Road” Elton
John tribute at Piscataquis
Community High School on
April 16, courtesy of French
Construction
and
Herring
Brothers Meat Market; and
many other summer and spring
activities.
One event that organizers are
still waiting for is the first birth
of the bicentennial year. The
lucky baby will get a handmade
afghan, knit booties and cap, a
$50 savings bond from Maine
Highlands Federal Credit Union
and other prizes, said committee
member Janie Lander. “We only
had one Guilford baby born all
last year,” said Lander. “But we
have two expectant mothers in
town, so we know someone will
get the prize basket.”
Updates and a complete list of
events is posted on the Guilford
Maine Bicentennial Facebook
page.
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February 19 - 25, 2016
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Foxcroft wins first
Class B wrestling title
ROCKLAND – Foxcroft Academy captured its first Class B state
wrestling title by a 23-point margin over Dirigo last weekend at
Oceanside High School in Rockland as five Pony competitors won
individual state championships.
Foxcroft Academy was five-for-seven in the championship round
and scored 146 points while Dirigo (12), Ellsworth (94.5), Winslow
(91), Mountain Valley and Wells (79.5 each) rounded out the top five.
“The team has been on a mission all year,” said Coach Luis Ayala.
“They have been relentless in achieving this goal. We have won state
championships before, but this is different because is a Class B title.
It has been an amazing journey and I am so proud of this team how
they came together to win it.”
Wrestling was reorganized into two classes starting this year, so
the state’s smaller schools like Foxcroft Academy and Dexter now
compete in Class B.
FA state title winners and their weight classes were Zac Caron
(145), Billy Brock (182); his brother, Brandon Brock (195); Michael
Pendriss (220) and Connor Holmes (285).
R.J. Nelson finished second in the 132-pound class while Brandon
Weston took third in the 106-pound division to score some valuable
points for the Ponies
The road to the state championship started with the Ponies’ ninth
regional wrestling title on February 7 at Winslow High School as they
dominated the matches, finishing 49.5 points ahead of last year’s
regional champion Ellsworth High School.
Brandon Brock and Michael Pendriss also reached personal
milestones at the regional tournament. Pendriss scored his 100th
career win in the finals, and Brock reached his 150th career victory
in the semifinals to become just the sixth wrestler in team history to
accomplish the feat.
PONY PRIDE – The Foxcroft Academy wrestling team
celebrates their first Class B championship. (Foxcroft
Academy photo by Angela Ayala)
FROZEN FOURSOME – Pictured, from left, are Sally Tornquist,
Debbie Ward, Patti Holt and Jana Crossman at last year’s Moosehead
Lake Golf Classic. (Newport Rec Committee photo)
Waiting for golf season?
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by Mike Lange
GREENVILLE – Die-hard golfers don’t have to wait until the
grass is green on their favorite course this year. Just sign up for the
Moosehead Lake Golf Classic on Sunday, March 6, sponsored by the
Greenville Recreation Committee.
You don’t need golf shoes or a cart, but you may want ice grips for
this course.
Teams of four play nine holes on a course laid out near the Greenville
Junction railroad trestle using a five-iron or a putter and tennis balls.
“The course was set up by Steve Mason and Dale Hanscom last year,”
said Sally Tornquist, Greenville’s recreation director. “They make it
pretty challenging. One hole is under the railroad trestle.”
The golf classic has been run as a fundraiser for the Greenville
Recreation Department for the past three years and is getting more
popular each year, Tornquist said.
“The Hight Chevrolet, Ford and Chrysler-Dodge dealerships are
sponsoring a longest drive contest this year with a $250 cash prize,”
she said. “It’s a lot harder than it looks to hit a tennis ball a long
distance.”
Indian Hill Trading Post is donating Hannaford gift cards to the top
three teams in the tournament.
The first-place team gets a trophy and four $50 Hannaford gift
cards; the second-place team, a trophy plus four $25 Hannaford gift
cards; and the third-place foursome, a trophy plus four $10 Hannaford
gift cards.
Registration for the nine-hole, best-ball tournament is 9-10 a.m.
and play begins at 10:30 a.m. and the suggestion donation is $10
per person. Best-ball contestants are asked to chip in an extra $5.
Trophies and prizes will be awarded after the tournament at the
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For more information, call Tornquist at 280-0990.
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Bill to name Atkinson bridge
after Jay Brainard endorsed
by Transportation Committee
by Mike Lange
AUGUSTA – A bill introduced
by State Sen. Paul Davis
(R-Piscataquis) to name a bridge
in Atkinson after hometown
hero Capt. Jay Brainard was
recommended
for
passage
by the Maine Legislature’s
Transportation Committee last
week.
The bridge on Stagecoach Road
crossing the Piscataquis River
between the towns of Atkinson
and Sebec would be renamed
the Captain John “Jay” Brainard
Gold Star Memorial Bridge.
Co-sponsors of the bill included
Rep. Norman Higgins (R-DoverFoxcroft), Rep. Paul Stearns
(R-Guilford), Rep. Ray Wallace
(R-Dexter) and Rep. Ken Fredette
(R-Newport).
Brainard lived with his aunt
and uncle, Don and Nancy
White of Atkinson, during his
middle and high school years
and graduated from Foxcroft
Academy in 2004.
After earning his degree from
the University of Maine and
excelling in the ROTC program,
he was commissioned as a second
lieutenant and trained as an
Apache helicopter pilot. During
his deployment in Afghanistan,
Brainard was killed in action on
Memorial Day 2012.
“Naming this bridge ensures
that the memory of Captain
Brainard’s life and his sacrifices
will live on for many generations
to come in our community,”
Davis testified at the committee
hearing. “We cannot afford to
forget what he, and so many
others, have given to secure our
freedom.”
Davis
and
Karen
Doyle
of the Maine Department of
Transportation were the only
two people to testify at the
session. Doyle said that the
agency considers “naming of
bridges, roadways or other state
transportation
infrastructures
within the purview of the
legislature. Simply put, we build
them and you name them.”
The bill (LD 1571) now goes
before the House and Senate for
a final vote.
Painting party to benefit Dexter Parks and Recreation
DEXTER – Artist Karylyn Lyman and “Pretty in Paint” will present a unique experience on Sunday,
February 21 from 5-8 p.m. at the Dexter town hall to raise funds for Dexter Parks and Recreation.
“Pretty in Paint” allows people with little or no painting experience to create a work of art. At this
fundraiser, everybody will create and take home their own 16 by 20-inch canvas. All supplies are included
in the cost of admission which is $45 per person. Also included are hors d’oeuvres, mini desserts and
beverages.
Spaces are limited, so prompt registration is encouraged. For more information, visit the Paint Party –
Fundraiser for Dexter Parks and Recreation Facebook page.
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February 19 - 25, 2016
Stearns unhappy with LePage’s
Department of Education move
by Mike Lange
AUGUSTA – Governor Paul LePage’s decision to keep Bill Beardsley on board as interim Commissioner
of the Department of Education, but install himself as the de facto head of the agency, has drawn both
criticism and questions about the legality of the move.
The governor told reporters last week that since Beardsley – by law – can only serve as an interim
commission for six months, he plans to reassign him as deputy commission when the time expires. “I
can keep him, he keeps working; and when his acting commissioner status leaves, he will be the deputy
commissioner and I will be the commissioner,” LePage said.
While Democrats overwhelmingly criticized the move, Rep. Paul Stearns (R-Guilford) also said he was
unhappy about LePage’s decision.
“I am disappointed and puzzled by the latest developments, as well as the continued lack of stability,
leadership and direction from Augusta regarding the Department of Education,” Stearns said. “We
desperately need steady leadership and direction in that critical department. The latest action caught
the education community, including the Committee on Education and Cultural affairs, completely by
surprise.”
Stearns served for more than 30 years as a teacher, coach, principal and superintendent before his
election to House District 119 two years ago.
He said that LePage’s action may also be illegal. “It remains to be seen whether or not it is allowed,
by statute and the Maine constitution, to have the chief executive assume the role of commissioner of a
department in order to circumvent the nominating process,” Stearns said.
Sen. Rebecca Millett, the lead Senate Democrat on the Education and Cultural Affairs Committee, said
that the governor “for whatever reason, doesn’t believe Mr. Beardsley will be confirmed by the Legislature.
But instead of letting the confirmation process play out, he’s trying to bend the rules so that he can
hand-pick the state’s top education official without bothering with pesky Constitutional requirements
like confirmation.”
LePage said previously that he didn’t believe Beardsley would be endorsed by the Legislature’s
Education Committee since Democrats have a majority on the panel.
Paul Davis announces reelection
effort for Maine Senate District 4
SANGERVILLE – Paul Davis has announced his intention to run for Maine Senate District 4 in the
November, 2016 election. Davis currently holds that senate seat.
Senator Davis is currently the chair of the Legislature’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee. He
also serves on the Taxation and Government Oversight Committees.
He is a veteran lawmaker who has served in both the Maine House of Representatives and the Senate.
He was previously the Senate Republican Leader and Assistant Republican Leader.
“It is an honor and a privilege to represent the people of Piscataquis, Penobscot and Somerset Counties,”
Davis said. “The State of Maine has tremendous challenges ahead. Attracting businesses to our state,
addressing our tax policies and lowering energy costs are just some of the priorities. These problems are
difficult and complex, but I believe we can solve them and move Maine forward. I would welcome the
opportunity to once again go to work for the people of my district.”
Maine Senate District 4 consists of all of Piscataquis County and
parts of Penobscot and Somerset Counties.
Paul Davis and his wife, Patricia, live in Sangerville and have two
grown children, four granddaughters, and one great-granddaughter.
Any citizen wishing to discuss any issue facing Maine can contact
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DOVER-FOXCROFT - The Piscataquis Regional YMCA will be
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life-time sport in which families flourish and friendships develop, and
is therefore exemplary of our focus on Youth Development, Healthy
Living, and Social Responsibility,” said a YMCA spokesperson. “We
are offering seasonal instructional Golf Academies in both the winter
(for adults) and summer and in the summer (for both youth and
adults).”
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how to play golf and maximize each person’s potential. His 1990 high
school golf team was runner-up in the state championship held at
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Golf materials and equipment needed in the summer youth
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Summer program
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by Mike Lange
BROWNVILLE – Some things get better with age.
Unfortunately, Maine’s bridges do not.
The Maine Department of Transportation will host a public hearing at the Brownville American Legion
starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, February 24 to gather input on replacing the 81-year-old Pleasant River
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Maine DOT Senior Project Manager Michael Wight said that if all goes as planned, construction will
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“During construction, traffic will be maintained on a temporary bridge located upstream of the existing
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MILO – After several years of service with the Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Department, Dover-Foxcroft
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“Dave is a perfect fit for us,” said Police Chief Damien Pickel, who is also Milo’s town manager. “He
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Although Wilson has left the Piscataquis County Sheriff’s department full-time, he still retains his
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Pickel has known Wilson since 2009 and said that his DRE certification “will be a big plus for the
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things differently.”
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and restores breathing.
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that are important to the people of Milo.”
Wilson was presented with a citation for meritorious service by the sheriff’s department last year after
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Michael Thibodeau, 37, of Hampden was charged with kidnapping, domestic violence assault and
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SWAG LOCK IN - Soldiers Walking According to God. Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, 59 Main
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SOUP KITCHEN - Ripley United Methodist Church, 12 W. Ripley Rd. 11 AM - 2 PM. Fiddlehead
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CRIBBAGE - Kiwanis Headquarters, Milo Business Park. 1 PM. $10/entrance.
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING - Poulliot-Seavey Post 53 Dexter. Noon lunch. 1 PM business
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1ST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF DEXTER - Next to Buds. 10 AM. Ed Hummel.
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TRUDY ANNE (BALL) LEVENSALOR
DEXTER - Trudy Anne (Ball)
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Joshua Doughty Jr. She was predeceased by her parents; a sister
Shirley Leatham; a brother William Ball; baby girl Roats, and Lenny
Haggert. Special love to nephew William Ball and wife Jan, and to
Celia and John Dennis, and many other nieces and nephews. There
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in Dexter. Arrangements by Crosby & Neal, Dexter. For an online
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It’s Derby Time, part deux
GREENVILLE - The 9th Annual Moosehead Lake Togue Derby with Ricky Craven will resume on
Friday, February 19 through the 21st. They expect much better travel conditions with subzero temps and
a fresh coating of snow. Anglers should still be careful around the typical bad ice areas such as: moving
water, narrows, and pressure ridges.
NREC has been working to collect prizes this year including: Vacation trips, firearms, cash, concert
tickets, and overnight stays in the area and all around Maine. There’s no need to fish to win any of the
prizes, just buy a ticket. A complete prize listing is available on their website (www.NRECmoosehead.
org). NREC is also giving away three prizes to kids including a youth lifetime fishing license, new Trek
bike, and a Dove Tail bat. There are over 70 prizes to give away.
Anyone in the area can drop by the Masonic Temple from l0 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, February 20
and check out the silent and Chinese auctions. There are items up for bid like an autographed Red Sox
baseball, art work, two date night packages to Bangor, a Lionel train car, Native American keepsake
basket, gift certificates, and much more. All the proceeds go toward thew youth summer program, the
Maine Woods Explorers.
NREC and the Masons will be hosting a Wild and Tame dinner on Saturday, February 20 from 4 - 7
p.m. at the Masonic Temple on Pritham Ave. They will be serving moose, deer, and bear as the tasty wild
treats and a roast turkey dinner if you’re feeling tame. Dinner is by donation and again these funds will
help support the Mason’s charities and NREC’s youth programs. The drawing for the prizes and auction
results will be after the meal around 7 p.m.
Sebasticook Valley Health named to
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PITTSFIELD - Sebasticook Valley Health has received notification that the hospital has been named
to the 2015 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Hospital Honor Roll. The Hospital Honor Roll names those
hospitals whose performance was among the top 25 percent of those measured nationally on a set of
quality measures. The metrics evaluate clinical process of care, patient experience and patient safety and
are based on Hospital Compare Data submitted to CMS and Leapfrog data.
Their scores for Process of Care were above the target in three of the four measured areas. SVH excelled
in the areas of: Heart Attack Care, Healthcare Associated Infection and Surgical Care Improvement.
SVH exceeded in Patient Experience with a target of 5, the Hospital was at 6. The Leapfrog results met
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SANTOS BUILDERS
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• Decks
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• Roofing, etc.
Call us for all your
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FULLY INSURED
Frank Santos
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270-0524
277-3196
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Dexter - 924-5902
Dexter, Maine • (207) 907-6849
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876-4580
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Kennedy
Plumbing
Foley’s Wood Floors
• Furniture
• Marine
Water Wells
Complete Pump Installation
Water Softeners
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CEDAR IS OUR SPECIALTY
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Clapboards, Log Siding. Also available in Pine.
Hemlock Dimensional Lumber.
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278-3539
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16 Bolstridge Rd, Corinna • www.yoderssawmill.com
Property Maintenance
Landscape Services
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background check and provide DSP, CRMA, First Aid and CPR
Certifications. Training can be provided. Only caring individuals
who can follow directions and work a flexible schedule should
apply. Applicant must have reliable transportation and provide a
recent insurance card as well as be able to provide clear writing
skills for written documentations.
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Cummings Health Care Facility Inc.
5 Crocker St., Howland ME 04448
732-4121
Immediate openings for
R.N. part time and per diem
C.N.A./MedTech part time
7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Please apply to: Jennifer Lane, R.N., D.O.N.
Family owned and operated for over 40 years. EOE
Downeast Horizon’s
Children’s Workers Needed
Join a growing team who are making a difference in the lives of
children with Autism & Cognitive Disabilities
in community and group settings.
Immediate need in the Dover-Foxcroft and surrounding area.
Up to a $13 per hr starting wage, paid training,
mileage reimbursement.
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64 Park Street,
Dexter, ME 04930
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transfers. We offer a competitive wage and benefits
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Accepting
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Apartments
Park Street Village
1&2 bedroom apts.
Eastville Village
Milo
1&2 Bedroom Apts.
Ask about Rental Assistance
NOTE: Must meet certain income guidelines.
Newport
Ask about Rental Assistance
NOTE: Must meet certain income guidelines.
C.B. Mattson, Inc.
C.B. Mattson, Inc.
360 Maine Ave., Farmingdale
P.O. Box 10, Gardiner, ME 04345-0010
360 Maine Ave., Farmingdale
P.O. Box 10, Gardiner, ME 04345-0010
www.cbmattson.com
1-800-244-2297
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CORINTH: Skolfield Manor, 1
BR upstairs apt. Heat, hot water &
electric inc. $660/mo.; Coin-op
laundry in building. Trash removal
provided.
DOVER-FOXCROFT:
38
Coombs Rd, 2BR Mobile Home W/1
car gar. & sep. utility rm. Tenant
pays all utilities, responsible
for lawn & plowing (long drieway).
$600/mo. Available in Spring
One year lease, references and
security deposit required.
Call 343-1447
email: [email protected]
RENTALS
HELP WANTED
DEXTER - Apartments for rent.
Heat and hot water included.
Call 938-2821.
MILO - Looking for a PSS/CNA/
PCA. Reliable transportation
and lifting are musts. Must pass
criminal background check. Call
943-2586.
Featured Property
Exeter 2ac $14,000
Nicely wooded 2-acre lot with views of
pasture and woods behind. Attractive lot
with large straight pines. Great location
for home or camp. Easy commute to
Bangor. Surveyed lot. High and dry spot
for a home. Gravel driveway in place.
Let us find your ideal property.
Agents in Dexter & Bangor.
Maine Properties Realty
86A Church Street, Dexter, Maine 04930
(207) 924-6600
www.maineprop.com
Opening available for skilled agent.
DEXTER - Small one bedroom
house with shed. $450 per month
plus deposit. Available March
5th. 991-4144.
DEXTER - Single apts. No pets, DOVER-FOXCROFT - Mobile
no smokers. Security deposit. home/rent to own, 4 br, 2 bath,
Bryant Apartments. 924-3371. 14x80, $650 per month. Call 240Please speak slowly & leave clear 6480.
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MILO - 1 Bedroom Downstairs
SANGERVILLE - 3 bedrooms, 2 Apartment. Non-smoking. Elecliving rooms, 1 bath apartment tric Range, Refrigerator, Washer/
upstairs. Lawns, plowing, and Dryer, Heat & Utilities Included.
water included. No pets, refer- No Pets. $650.00/month. 943ences and credit check. First, 2468.
last and deposit required. $600/
month. 270-0888 or 924-5682.
HELP WANTED
DEXTER - Two family house for
rent in Dexter, 550/750 available
soon. Renovation needed. 207660-7115. Must show ability to
pay rent. Web photos.
APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
DEXTER: Nice and cozy 1 bdrm
apt. with private deck right on
Lake Wassookeag. Heat, hot water,
electricity inc. $725/mo. plus
50% of plowing and lawn mowing.
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FOR NEW IN-TOWN DEXTER APT TENANTS - 50% off
1st month, 10% off for next 5
months. One and Two Bedrooms. All utilities included.
NO PETS. Call now for more
information. 924-6867.
DRIVERS: CDL-A 1 yr. Excellent family medical ins. Guaranteed weekend home time. Earn
$65,000 + monthly bonuses. Absolutely no-touch. 888-406-9046.
SPA & HOT TUB
HOT TUB AND SPA SERVICE.
We repair all brands of spas and
hot tubs. We also repair steam
and sauna. Call 277-3540. Please
leave a message.
FOR SALE
WOOD STOVE - Lopi Endeaver
wood stove. Includes fan, double
wall pipe, one cord seasoned fire
wood. $1,500.00 OBO . You pick
up. 997-2018.
HAY FOR SALE. Very good quality. $4 per bale. 924-6248.
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‘06 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GLS
4 cyl, Auto, Loaded, 130K ……………………… $975
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4x4 V6 Auto 4Door Loaded 130K ……………
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auto 4x4 loaded 127k ……………………
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loaded motor & trans 103k …………………
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‘06 Chevrolet Impala
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Open 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday, Saturday by Appt.
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Evening appointments available.
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signs, buttons, keys, old medical
items. Attic and cellar contents.
Will travel. 683-6031.
CASH FOR old wood cooking
stoves. Call Terri, 951-4052.
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11322, 5
5.0
V8,
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Pkg, Plus More,
MSRP $45,880
2016 Ford
Fusion SE
30523
4 l
30523, 4cyl,
Auto, Air, Power
Windows, Power
Door Locks, Sync,
Heated Seats,
Remote Start,
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24 MONTH RCL LEASE 27998/MO 10500 MILES PER YEAR, SELLING
PRICE 39600, TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 671952 3500 CASH + 2250
REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING, FOR
WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
RCL Lease For
$
27998/Mo.
2016 Ford Escape
SE 4x4
30502, 4
30502
4cyl,l
Auto, Air, Tilt, CC,
PW, PDL, P. Seat,
CD, Sync, Alloys,
Plus More,
MSRP $25,225
36 MONTH RCL LEASE 119.86 MO., 10500 MILES PER YEAR, SELLING
PRICE 20100, TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 4314.90, 3500 CASH + 4000
REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING, FOR
WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
RCL Lease For
$
11986/Mo.
2016 Ford
Fiesta SE
87920 EEcoboost,
87920,
b t
Auto, Climate
Control, Sync,
PW, PDL, CC, CD,
Convenience Pkg,
Plus More, MSRP
$31,275
RCL Lease For
$
15827/Mo.
RCL Lease For
$
11987/Mo.
2016 Ford Explorer
XLT 4x4
30547 4
30547,
4cyl,l A
Auto,
t
Air, Tilt, CC, PW,
PDL, Sync, CD,
Alloys, Plus More,
MSRP $17,780
24 MONTH RCL LEASE, 158.27 MONTH, 10500 MILES PER YEAR,
SELLING PRICE 27900, TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 3798.48, 3500 CASH +
2750 REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING,
FOR WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
36 MONTH RCL LEASE 119.87 MONTH, 10500 MILES PER YEAR,
SELLING PRICE 22925 TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 4315.32, 3500 CASH +
3500 REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING,
FOR WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
87947 V6,
87947,
V6
Auto, Climate
Control, Rem.
Start, Leather,
Moonroof, Nav.,
Plus More,
MSRP $43,605
24 MONTH RCL LEASE, 139.24 PER MONTH, 10500 PER YEAR,
SELLING PRICE 16525 TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 3341.76, 3500 CASH +
250 REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING,
FOR WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
RCL Lease For
$
13924/Mo.
24 MONTH RCL LEASE 359.75 MONTH, 10500 MILES PER YEAR,
SELLING PRICE 39550 TOTAL OF PAYMENTS 8634, 3500 CASH + 250
REBATE AS DOWN PAYMENT, FIRST PAYMENT DUE AT SIGNING, FOR
WELL QUALIFIED BUYERS, ALL TAXES + FEES INCLUDED
RCL Lease For
$
35975/Mo.
PRESIDENTIAL SAVINGS ALL MONTH LONG
2015 Nissan Frontier 4x4 Crew
N5701, V-6, Auto,
Air, Tilt, CC,
Power Windows,
Power Door
Locks, CD,
Bedliner, Plus
More
VARNEY PRICE $
25,995
2014 Ford Flex Limited AWD
N5718, V-6, Auto,
Air, Tilt, CC, PW,
PDL,
Leather Heated
Seats, Navigation,
Loaded
VARNEY PRICE $
28,995
2014 Dodge Grand Caravan
N5644, V-6,
Auto, Air, Tilt,
CC, CD, Stow
& Go Seats, 7
Passenger
VARNEY PRICE $
14,995
2015 Ford Mustang Conv.
N5723, V-6,
Auto, Air, Tilt,
CC, PW, PDL,
CD, Alloys,
Plus More
VARNEY PRICE $
26,995
2014 Ford Fiesta Hatchback SE
30348A, 4cyl,
Auto, Air, Tilt, CC,
Power Windows,
Power Door
Locks, Alloys,
Sync, Plus More
VARNEY PRICE $
10,595
2014 Lincoln MKZ AWD
N5728, V-6, Auto,
Air, Sync,
Heated Leather,
Plus More
VARNEY PRICE $
27,995
2011 Ford F-150 4x4 Reg Cab
N5695A, 5.0,
Auto, Air, Tilt,
Cruise, PW, PDL,
CD, Tow Pkg.,
Plus More
VARNEY
PRICE
$
16,995
2013 Ford F-150 FX4 4x4 S/Cab
11370A,
Ecoboost,
Bucket Seats,
Console Shift,
Tilt, CC, CD,
Sync, Bedliner,
Tow Pkg.
2014 Ford Escape SE 4x4
N5717,
Ecoboost,
Auto, Air, Tilt,
CC, CD, Sync,
Plus More
VARNEY PRICE $
21,495
2010 Ford Flex SE
87945A, V-6,
Auto, Air, Tilt,
Cruise, PW,
PDL, Power
Seat, White
Roof, Alloys,
Plus More
VARNEY PRICE $
2013 Ford Taurus
Limited
N5688A, V-6, Auto, Air, PW,
PDL, Leather Heated Seats,
Plus Much More
VARNEY PRICE $
28,995
VARNEY
PRICE
$
22,995
*Prices subject to change without notice. Price includes all applicable incentivies. For trade assistance must trade 95 or new car, truck or SUV. Must qualify for incentivies. Tax and Title extra. See Dealer for complete details.
14,995
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1-800-427-5115 • (207) 487-5111
Just Off I-95 - Exit 150
Shop 24-7 @ www.varneychevrolet.com
2016 Chevrolet Silverado Dbl Cab 4x4 LT Z-71
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 Reg LT
20% OFF
MSRP
#14274, V-8, Auto, All Star,
Remote Start, Rear Camera, HD Tow,
6” Tube Steps, MSRP $44,520
Varney Price
$
36,9
36,995
36
6,995
,995
995
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39 Months
$
326/Mo
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/Mo.
Mo.
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2015 Chevrolet Impala LT
#14188, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Power Steering, Tilt,
Cruise, MSRP $30,135
Varney Price
#14163, V-6, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt,
Cruise, HD Tow, MSRP $37,900
Varney Price
40595 Sale Price, 10k/Year, 1.8 APR, 39 Months, 27157 Residual, 4250 Residual, Zero Down, 1st Payment due @ Signing
2016 Chevrolet Cruze LT
#1331, 1.4 4cyl, Power Windows, Power Locks,
Power Steering, RS Pkg., Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $21,125
$
24,995
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$
17,995
17,995
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11778
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Mo
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24 Months, 19995 Sale Price,
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Residual, 3455 CCR, 500 Lease Loyalty,
Zero Down, 1st Payment Due @ Signing
$
29,920
29,
29
9,9200
2016 Chevrolet Equinox AWD
#134, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks,
Power Steering, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $28,190
Varney Price
$
24,995
,
Or Lease $297
2299977/M//Mo.
Moo..
Mo.
M
39 Months, 10k/Year, 26750 Sale Price, 1.8 APR, 16350
1635 Residual, 1500 CCR, Zero Down,
1st Month Payment Due @ Signing
All prices include rebates, business and dealer incentives. Tax and Title not included.
2014 Toyota Sienna
2014 Dodge Charger SXT AWD
2014 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 LT Z-71
8’ Fisher
Plow
Varney Price
Varney Price
$
23,995
Varney Price
$
21,995
$
37,995
P2766, V-6,
P2766
V-6 Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks,
Power Steering, Tilt, Cruise
P2729, V-6,
P2729
V-6 Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks,
Tilt, Cruise
P2758 Crew
P2758,
C
Cab, 6.0 V-8, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, HD Tow
2012 Hyundai Veloster
2014 Toyota Prius
2015 Chevrolet Malibu LTZ
Varney Price
$
11,995
Varney Price
Varney Price
$
16,995
$
17,995
P2517A 4cyl,
P2517A,
4cyl Navigation, Sunroof, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Power Steering, Tilt, Cruise
P2767, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows,
P276
Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise
P2673, 4cyl,
P2673
4cyl Auto,
A
Leather, Sunroof, Power Windows,
Power Locks, Power Steering
2015 Chevrolet Equinox AWD LT
2013 Nissan Altima
2015 Chevrolet Traverse AWD LT
Varney Price
$
21,995
P2763 4cyl,
P2763,
4cyl Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks,
Power Steering, Tilt, Cruise, Rear Camera
Varney Price
Varney Price
$
12,995
P2684, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows,
P268
Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise
$
27,995
P2765, V-6, Auto, Power Windows,
P27
Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise
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