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Page 6 THE QUODDY TIDES 11 December, 2015 II eos, I t i Best Wishes j ', for this Holiday Season FRoM | E A. PEABODY I I L" 254 Main Street, Calais "! Ill iill, (207) 454-2556 / II mas is es Please enter subscription for: Name ...................................... Address ..................................... ........................ Postal Code .......... Gift Card from ............................... Address ..................................... ........................ Postal Code .......... blooming from within the home first, and some simple glad tidings, if only for a then in subtle ways celebrated on the out- side for others to see. The greenery is a dazzling sight, and given this place and the abundance of trees, it is easy to under- stand why. The bounty of balsam, pine and spruce quickly makes its way onto doors and windowsills; just as the beach and waters give this area life, so do the trees especially during this time of year. I ,~i~i Oownea'tl I %~r'- Maine'rSahimsttatiWo:l | Music for yesterday and today listeners! I IMusic News Sports Weather Information| I 1-888-855-2992" wqdy.fm I day, this day -- a day that is especially appropriate for these types of exchanges, brimming with simple reflection and cul- minating in a celebration of faith, family and peace that will sustain us well into the coming year. So as others throughout the land spend their last frantic days attaching one more string of lights to the house, or rushing to get that last minute item, or stressing over the last details for a successful dinner, we will be waiting, with simplicity as our guide, for the day to arrive. And as we do, we will quietly watch as the light fades over the waters outside our window, as the candles in the windows gently shine a light onto all who pass, and settle in to cele- brate a very special day, our first here in Downeast Maine. We also will reflect on those that made it possible, those who touched our hearts, and the bounty and beauty of this place that will sustain us for all the days that follow. Hometown Proud 88 Washington St., Eastport ME 04631 853-4050 HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Bakery and Dell Quality Meats Fresh Produce Agency Liquor Store Megabucks THE IGA FOODtlNER IS AtWAYS EXPANDING VARIETIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS s,o..ou,s Open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. ~'1 Ii~ Seven days a week through the holidays CLIP AND MAIL TO: The Quoddy Tides, P.O. Box 213, Eastport, Maine 04631 Or subscribe through our website at $31.65 a year in Washington County, Maine (tax included) $36.93 a year outside of Washington County (tax included) $35 a year if subscriber lives outside of Maine $35 a year in Canadian funds If paying for MORE THAN TWO subscriptions, only $25 for each additional subscription