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Page 18 THE QUODDY TIDES 27 March, 2009 THREE MCGLAUFLIN BROTHERS, (above) Donald of Poland with a pickerel, Hollis of Hallowell with a 20" brown trout and Ronald of Dover-Foxcroft with a 19" brown trout, enjoyed a day of fishing:on Pennamaquan Lake on March 17. At left, a young bald eagle came in for a ,landing while the adult eagle protected his fish from being taken. (Eileen Clark photos) BAPTIST CHURCH by Eileen Clai'k Tel. 454-8825 rival on Saturday, March 7. Felicia Moholland had over 300 boxes, and Baylee Boyce had over 100 boxes to de- liver. The next Ladies Bible Study group meeting will take place at the church on Tuesday, March 31, at 6:30 p.m. A sunrise worship service is being AROUND AND ABOUT planned for Easter Sunday, April 12, at 7 a.m. with a breakfast to follow. Sunday Glenna Ferris had her second eye sur- school service will continue at 9:45 a.m. gery in Ellsworth on Monday, March 23, with the regular morning worship at 11 and will be having more surgery on her a.m~ Lord willing, the evening worship eyes in a month. service will resume again at 7 p.m. andie awyer has returned to teaching Non-perishable food and money are at Calais High School. She is limited in continuing to be collected each week for what she is able to do with a broken shoul- the local food bank, and food may be der as her shoulder and arm persist to placed in the container at the back of the swell, but she continues to. accomplish church, what she loves doing. On Friday, March 13, Krista Vining and FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT Joey Means traveled to the home of Members of the department met at the Krista's brother and sister-in-law, Ken and stationlon Tuesday, March 17, for a busi- Janet Vining in Kittery. The four then ness meeting. Fit testing was conducted traveled to Groton, Conn., where they after the business meeting, stayed for the weekend and attended a CVF&RD AUXILIARY Fleetwood Mac concert at the Mohegan Six in Uncasville, Conn. They enjoyed Members are in search of recipes for some time in Mystic Village. holiday candy, recipes that contain berries Janet, Rob, Felicia and Bobby and fruit, umpkin, pickles and relish reci- Moholland and Eileen and Herbie Clark pes for new cook booklets that are being were in Glenburn and Herm0n for the planned to raise money for the depart- weekend of March 14 to 15. Felicia played ment. Anyone wishing to submit recipes basketball on the Travel Team from Calais should get them to one of the members as for grades 5 and 6 in a tournament in soon as possible. Call Eileen Clark at 454- Glenburn. On Saturday, March 21, Felicia 8825 for more information, or mail the played a tournament game in Woodland, recipes to her at 9 Annas Drive, Charlotte, and she is pleased to announce that the ME 04666. Calais team took the trophy. HISTORICAL SOCIETY On Tuesday, March 17, three Members met on Wednesday, March 18, McGlauflin brothers, Hollis , from for the regular business meeting. Eileen Hallowell, Ronald from Dover-Foxcroft Clark received family information on the and Donald from Poland, enjoyed ice fish- Jones family of Pembroke and ing at Pennamaquan Lake with cousin Dennysville from Bobbi-Jeanne Yoder Eileen Clark and Bill Hunt. It was a beau- and Alan Ritchie and information from tiful sunny, warm day and Cecil and Ed Hollis McGlauflin on the Greenlaw farn- Moreside of Calais came and enjoyed a il)' that she will be sharin~ with the soci- cookout lunch on the lake with the group. ety to be used at the library. Coralle and I)onald Clark were [n The next regular meeting of the society Bangor on Wednesday, March 18, for a was changed to Wednesday, April 29, at 7 doctor's appointment for Donald. Contin- p.m. at the Annas farmhouse instead of ued get-well wishes are expended to him. the third Wednesday 0f the m0nth due t0 a On March 21, Donald Mc01aut]in of scheduling conflict. Poland and his grandson Hunter enjoyed a The annual town report for Charlotte day of ice fishing at Pennamaquan Lake. has been published by the society and was Hunter enjoyed it so much that he asked his mailed to residents on Monday, March 23. grandfather if they could come back again ,next weekend to fish. GIRL SCOUT TROOP #670 Be sure to attend the Charlotte annual The Girl Scouts have been busy deliv- town meeting at the Charlotte school on ering Girl Scout cookies Since there ar- Monday, March 30, at 7 p.m. Charlotte Elementary School activities by Bonnie Hunter Public health nurses will be at the Several members of the Robotics Club, school on Monday, March 30, to do spinal Brendan Martin, Riley Sluzenski, Quinn screening for students in grades 6 and 8. Sluzenski, Cameron Parr and Donna-Ray Members of Eastport Strings, a youth Furlong, attended the Washington County string orchestra based in Eastport, will Lego Robotics Expo at Elm Street School perform at the Charlotte school on Friday on March 21. Teams from across the morning, April 3. Students fromEdmunds county had the opportunity to compete in Consolidated School will join Charlotte a low-stress "science fair" format and par- students in the audience. ticipated in a robotics skill-a-thon. The Dental hygienists from the Washington Charlotte team, coached by Ann County Children's Program will visit the Luginbuhl, Stan Sluzenski and Brian Mar- school on Friday, April 10. tin, brought home a trophy for "Best Lego Play-off games for the Eastern Wash- Design," and ribbons for "Best Robot," ington County Elementary Basketball "Creativity," "Best Non-Robot" and "Pre- League will be held during the first two sentation." weeks in April; The week of April 6-10 St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will be play-off games for the top six has announced the successful completion teams in the league to be played at neutral of the Math-a-thon at the Charlotte school, sites to be announced. Then on April 13 Eighteen Charlotte students participated and 14 (storm date, April 15), champion- this year and raised over $1,200; ship games for the top four teams will be On March 18, Read ME Agriculture played at Shead High School starting each reader Geneva Duncan-Frost visited evening at 6 p.m. school to read to students in Pre-K through The annual spring vacation will be held Grade 4. She talked about what its like to the week of April 20-24. live on a farm and read the book All around the Farm and left a copy for eaChclassroom. FooJls Fair set Music teacher Robert Sanchez is tobeheld April 4 pleased to congratulate the following stu- dents who have been selected to partici- The parent-teacher group Charlotte pate in the Washington County Honors School Friends will be sponsoring a penny Music Festival: Quinn Sluzenski, drums; carnival Called the Fool's Fair on Satur- Caela Fenderson, flute; Cassie Day, flute; day, April 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the Chelsie Day, flute; and Paige Gillespie, gym at the school. There will be dozens of clarinet. The festival will be held on Sat- games, prizes galore and refreshments for urday, March 27, at Shead High School. sale. No admission will be charged. How- A coficert, open to the public, will be held ever, a small amount will be charged to at 5 p.m. that day; a small admission will play games and participate in other activi- be charged, ties. Everyone is welcome. BRINGING HOME AWARDS from the Lego Robotics Expo held recently at the Elm Street School are Charlotte Robotics Club members (left to right) advisor Ann Luginbuhl, Brendan Martin, Quinn Sluzenski, Donna-Ray Furlong, Cameron Parr and Riley Sluzenski. (Jen Lobley photo) H&R Block Maximum Refund Guarantee. Come in today. Whether you've just gotten married, had a baby, bought a new home or retired --big life hi0 H&R I lo k will h lp you ma imiz y0ur refund by showing you tax deductions or credits you're entitled to. At H&R Block if you don't get the maximum refund you're entitled to, your tax-preparation is free? When you've got people, they're with you every step of the way. Visit the H&R Block office location listed below. 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