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27 July, 2018 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 9 BLUEBERRY FEST by Sharon Cook & Marie Holmes Tel. 853-4806 or 853-4346 the common lectiona i The scriptures, as On Saturday, August 4, from 9 a.m. to well as a commentary, can be found by 2 p.m. Christ Church in Eastport will host going to , selecting the topic a Blueberry Fest, including food tables, "sermon seeds" and choosing the appro- crafters and a cookout. Many blueberry pilate date. Sunday worship services be- desserts will be offered, and a Chinese gin at 10:30 a.m. at the Seaman's Church raffle will be held. building on Middle Street. CHRIST CHURCH NEWS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The Rev. Leslie Smith will preside and On July 22 the congregation was preach on Sunday, July 29. The Rev. Lynn pleased to welcome retired pastors John Rutledge will preside and preach on Sun- and Patilce Goodwin, who led the service day, August 5. Services are at 10 a.m. and delivered the message: The next community breakfast will be Worship services for Sundays, July 29, on Saturday, August J 1, from 7:30 to 9 and August 5 will be lay led. Instead of a a.m. Sausage, bacon, eggs, pancakes, toast sermon, a facilitator leads an interactive and more will be available. The cost is $5 discussion of the scriptures suggested in for adults and $3 for children. MEMBERS AND FRIENDS of Blakey Memorial United Methodist Church were on hand to greet New England United Methodist Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar and his wife Prima during their visit to the church on Monday, July 2, accompanied by the Rev. Jackie Brannen, district superintendent for northern Maine. Shown are (first row, left to right) Rev. Brannen, Eileen Dougherty, Elaine Spinney, Gloria Smith, Cheryl Guay, Prima Devadhar, Carol Allard and Beth Bush Edmunds; (second row) Sally Mahoney, Edward Jordan, Kevin Raye, Tessa Chaffey Ftorek, Bishop Devadhar and Pastor Nick Guay. New bed and breakfast opens in Eastport by Susan Esposito A new bed and breakfast quietly opened in Eastport, and the owner is very happy with her decision to buy the nearly 200- year-old house at 153 Water Street. "We came up to Eastport from Bar Har- bor in October of last year and looked at 20 houses, and my husband and I fell in love with this one," says Puffin Haus Inn owner Kris Johnson. "It had big open airy rooms, which were a good size for a B&B." "This is my first experience as a B&B owner," she adds. "We had great experi- ences in B&Bs in Spain, England and Scotland so thought we would open one in our own country." "I love to hear stories from our patrons, and running this business helps pay the I The next issue of J The Quoddy Tides will be I published on August 10. bills," reports Johnson, whose husband is still living in Greenville, S.C where she might return for the winter. "But we will continue to work on this place for quite some time," she says. "We love the town of Eastport." The Puffin Haus Inn has two bedrooms on the second floor as well as lots of shared space on the first floor including a living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen and a deck with an ocean view. Crossword Answers KN INEZ SEGIEN and Barbara Todd (not shown) were recognized as the two most elderly members of the Eastport Senior Center on July 18. Shown presenting Segien with a bouquet of flowers is John Fitzpatrick. (Edward French photo) Baileyville son became the proud parents of a son, Kristie and Steven Bowen became the Ryker Vaughn Summerson, who was born proud parents of a daughter, Thea on July 23, 2018, at the DECH in Machias Michelle, who was born on July 19, 2018, and weighed 6 lbs 12 oz. at the Down East Community Hospital Machiasport and Milbridge (DECH) in Machias and weighed 7 lbs. Rochelle Millay and Colby Fickett be- Calais and Woodland came the proud parents of a daughter, Ari- Shannon Brown and Norman Lozier anna Ann Marie Fickett, who was born on became the proud parents of a son, Owen July 11, 2018, at the DECH in Machias Drew Lozier, who was born on July 13, and weighed 6 lbs 14 oz. 2018, at the DECH in Machias and Pleasant Point weighed 6 lbs 13 oz. Brooke Cleaves and Joshua Currier be- Campobello came the proud parents of a son, Freder- Robyn and Chad Murray are the proud ick Ryan Currier, who was born on July parents of a daughter, Isabelle Mac, who 14, 2018, at the DECH in Machias and was born on June 17, 2018, at the DECH weighed 7 lbs 14.5 ounces. in Machias and weighed 8 lbs 2 oz. Ashley Clement and Dakota Soctomah Lubec became the proud parents of a daughter, Aubrey Mehqeyit Soctomah, who was Megan Scoville and Christopher New- born on July 1, 2018, at the DECH in man became the proud parents of a son, Machias and weighed 7 lbs 4 oz. Jabob Raymond Newman, who was born Lacey and James Francis became the on June 27, 2018, at the DECH in Machi- proud parents of a daughter, Elise Marie, as and weighed 9 lbs 5 oz. who was born on July 1, 2018, at the Machias DECH in Maehias and weighed 7 lbs 8 Kristen and Steven Tilney became the oz. proud parents of a daughter, Olivia Vanceboro Jeanne, who was born on July 10, 2018, at the DECH in Machias and weighed 8 lbs Lacee Cropley and James Dana became 10 oz. the proud parents of a daughter, Perrinia Mac Rose Dana, who was born on June Machias and Enfield 20, 2018, at the DECH in Machias and Alyssa Preston and Brendan Summer- weighed 7 lbs 6 oz. NOT GIVEN. In times of need, todaysl Washington' ! H6me !!!!! iii OWN FOR EXCELLENCE TRUSTED FOR VALUE . ~:~ ~::~:,:~ : : :.:. 26 Church St Calais 72 High St w Eastport (207) 454-3141 (207) 853-4240 :! ~!:;i:~:i~i~:::i.:: ~i~::i:::~i~i!i~::i~i~ii::iiii::~i~i~::ii~i!i~::i::~:::i::i~::i::i::ii::~i~i