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Page 16 THE QUODDY TIDES 27 July, 2018 SOCKED IN. Mackerel fishermen try their luck on a foggy day at Lubec's town wharf on Johnson's Bay. (Chessie Crowe photo) Lubec sets date for annual town meeting by J.D. Rule trash." Under the current definition, tax- Lubec voters will have the opportunity payers are responsible for payment of tip- to discuss and vote on town matters on ping fees for the clean-out procedures Wednesday, August 8, starting at 6 p.m. in sometimes triggered by foreclosure or es- the school cafetorium, tate sales, according to Town Administra- The annual town report is expected to tar Renee Gray. be available by August 1; copies will be By requiring such disposal situations to available at the town office or at the busi- be paid for by the individual property ness meeting, owner, a taxpayer savings of $15,000 is Voters will be asked to consider a range expected. This matter was the subject of a of issues, including redefining "household public hearing held July 25. CLARKINSURANCE AGENCY 90 GERMA1N STREET, CALAIS. MALINE 046[9 As on independent insurance agent, we have many companies to choose from. This allows us to provide you with the best insurance coverage at the lowest price. Representing several insurance companies including Dairyland, The Hartford, Concord Group, Union Mutual, Peerless Insurance, Progressive, Foremost, Ohio Mutual. Providence Mutual DAWN ANN and HAROLD R. CLARK- Agents From our family to yours since 1988, the Clark family has been providing Washington County residents with personalized solutions for oil their insurance needs. ') Call today for your FREE quote. -'-- j 207-454-8800 ) BENEFIT SUPPER AND AUCTION A benefit supper, Chinese raffle and dessert auction will be held for Wanda Matthews, who is in the hospital, on Sun- day, July 29, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Amer- ican Legion hall in Lubec. The spaghetti supper will be served at 2, 3:30 and 5 p.m. To make a dessert or a donation, con- tact Marybeth at 214-5081; Lindsey at 271-8582 or Dorinda at 506-754-2156. Team Wanda T-shirts are available for pur- chase with all proceeds going to Mat- thews. LUBEC LIBRARY ROCKS! Children will study some local fossils and make their own examples at the Lubec Memorial Library on Wednesday, August 8, at 1:30 p.m. LIBRARY PLANS PHOTO EXHIBIT Artist Gretchen Mead's exhibit, "Beau- ty Exposed: A Photographic Journey Down Our Rivers to the Sea" will be fea- tured at the Lubec Memorial Library from Friday, August 3, through Friday, August 31. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, August 4, at 2 p.m. PROPER PRUNING The Lubec Garden Club is sponsoring a free class on proper pruning on Wednes- day, August 1, at 6:30 p.m. at the commu- nity room at the Inn on the Wharf in Lubec. The lecturer is Paula Kovecses. LUBEC LANDMARKS An opening reception for the exhibit of artwork in various media by Jean Book- man and paintings by Ann Rosebrooks will be held on Saturday, July 28, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Lubec Landmarks. OUTDOOR MUSIC The Lubec Area Musicians Philanthrop- ic Society (LAMPS) and Cobscook Bay Music will present a bluegrass jam with West Quoddy Lubec ' s Oldest Gift Shop Located 1 mile before West Quoddy Light, Lubec Celebrating our 28"year -- 1990-2018 Hours: Monday-Friday, ] 0-6 Saturday & Sunday, 10-5 207-733-2457 www.westquoddygifts.com Calais 454-2576 Machias 255-3328 Cherryfield 546-7384 20" BOX FAN WITH 3 SPEEDS Slim-line box fan perfed for smaller spaces Three, whisper-quiet speed settings Energy-efficient, high volume air movement Lightweight design for portability Steel body construction (LASK3733) QUART WIDE MOUTH MASON JAR 12 pack Most trusted name in home canning products Specially designed and tempered for freezing Finest materials ensure convenience and safely Tapered sides for easy filling and removal with frozen products Coating for added corrosion and scratch resistance Cup/ounce measurement markings save time and ensure accuracy Mason dome lids are made of tin-coated steel with white coating for added corrosion and scratch resistance (JAR67000) POLY TANK SPRAYER 1 GAL. Features 12" wand, patented anti-clog filter and ergonornic handle. (CHAP20000) brand may vary 5% SEVIN DUST READY TO USE SHAKER CANISTER 1 lb. Sevin ready-to-use 5% dust in shaker canister Kills over 65 insects on vegetables, fruits, ornamentals & lawns Worms ants, ticks, Japanese beetles & more (SEV508222 Sale prices good through August 1, 2018. by Susan Reilly for Norma Harrop Tel. 733-2840 Timber Creek at 1 p.m. on Sunday, July 29, at Stockford Park. On Sunday, August 5, LAMPS will present Sea Street Blues Band and the Melissa Cushing Trio at ! p.m. at Stockford Park. SUMMERKEYS CONCERTS On Wednesday, August 1, SummerKeys faculty Fran Berge, violin; Kathy Colli- son, cello; Suzanne Gilchrist, flute; Rich- ard McIntyre, organ; John Newell, piano; and Bruce Potterton, piano; will give a chamber music concert featuring the works of Bach, Debussy, Faure, Haydn and Newell. On Wednesday, August 8, SummerKeys faculty Anna Maria Baeza, clarinet; Gre- gory Biss, piano; Kathleen Collison, cel- lo; Suzanne Gilchrist, flute; Ali Garrison, voice; John Newell, piano; Setsuko Otake, oboe; and Joachim Woitun, cello; will give a chamber music concert featuring the works of Kerr, Newell and Weill. The con- certs begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Congrega- tional Christian Church and are free. JAZZ CONCERT On Sunday, August 5, Greg Abate and the Jan Wheatley Duo will give a jazz concert at 3 p.m. at Crow Town Gallery. Seating is limited. Advance tickets are $25 and may be purchased online at or at the gal- lery. Tickets at the door will be $30. MASONS' COOK-OUTS The Masons will host cook-outs on Thursdays, August 2 and 9, at 5:30 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge with live music. The menu will include hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, potato and pasta salads, coleslaw, beans, corn on the cob, desserts and bev- erages. The cost is $10 per person. LUBEC MARKET The Lubec Market is open from 9 to 11 a.m. every Saturday on Water Street, across from the Peacock building. Fresh vegetables, baked goods, meats, cheeses, eggs and crafts are available. LIGHTHOUSE TOURS National Lighthouse Day is Tuesday; August 7. West Quoddy Head Lighthouse will celebrate with lighthouse tours from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. and other special events. TOWN ELECTIONS AND MEETING Town elections will be held Tuesday, August 7, with polls open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the town office. The Town of Lubec annual town busi- ness meeting will begin at 6 p.m. on Wednesday. August 8, at the Lubec Con- solidated School, Mowing & Trimming QUALITY JOB 207 733-4645 (?aunty Road /l yull Sewice Hair Salon ~or JVlen, Women ~ ~hildren Golors, Guts,/germs, oils 733-2255 1169 County Rd Trescott Open Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. -5 p.m. Saturday by appointment" Shannon Knight, ~ Licensed Cosmetologist ~'~ Now accepting Visa & MasterCard