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Page 20 THE QUODDY TIDES 25 December, 2015 MRS. LENFESTEY and the Washington Academy JMG students Went to "The Giving Tree'" to fill orders to help provide for local families in need. Bragg named WA's DAR Good Citizen Danielle Bragg has been selected as my went to "The Giving Tree" to fill or- Washington Academy's Daughters of the ders to help provide for local families in American Revolution (DAR) Good Citi- need. zen candidate. Danielle is the daughter of STARS students prepared goodie bags Deanne Bragg and Josh and Shelley Bragg for the senior luncheon and were getting of East Machias. ready for the candy cane Christmas vaca- Mrs. Lenfestey and the Jobs for Maine's tion send-off for students on December Graduates students at Washington Acade- 22. Lender Ordered I Single Family Home * 1,040_+ sf Ranch-Style Home ,11.4_+ Acres -3BR-2BA , Indoor Pool ,, Ample Storage January 19112pm , Location: 153 Woodland Road, Princeton, ME Preview: January 5 110:30am - 12pm Tranzon Auction Properties, Thomas W. Saturley, ME RE Lic. #90600017, ME AUC #757. ~ ::~...... Sale subject to Terms & Conditions. Brokers welcome. by Mary McFadden, Tel. 726-4676 -- < mmcfadden@roadrunner.com > SPORTMAN'S CLUB'S LAND DEEDED TO SALMON FEDERATION The Dennys River Sportsman's Club's over 40-acre riverfront property in Den- nysville was recently deeded to the Downcast Salmon Federation (DSF) as its newest land preserve. The property in- cludes all of the best and most well-known salmon fishing pools along the Dennys Riv- er, including the famous "Charlie's Rips." The property includes a large log club- house that is in need of repair. Volunteers are welcome to donate money for the res- toration of the clubhouse. Those who wish to volunteer labor to help with the repairs are asked to contact the DSF to be placed on the volunteer list. EDMUNDS SCHOOL Students recently created ornaments for the Cub Scout senior holiday program. This program helps provide thoughtful gifts to about 125 senior citizens in the community, Gifts include cookies, crafts, fruit and candy. Some students also deco- rated Christmas cards with poetry and pic- tures to be included. PreK through Grade 2 letters to Santa were read on WQDY radio. Grades 1 and 2 have learned to recite "The Night Be- fore Christmas." Grades 3 and 4 per- formed their exhibition play The Christmas Surprise to an appreciative au- dience of family and friends. Grades 5 and 6 students have completed research projects related to Maine studies and will present their findings on January 20 at 6 p.m. Students in grades 7 and 8 have built and competed using "capture-the-flag" ro- bots. Ohio Brook Disposal Residential/Commercial Service Roll-off & Dumpster Rentals Contact: Shone Curtis Office: 207-726-9581 Cell: 207-263-4644 shane.curtis@ohiobrookdisposal.com 776 Ayers Junction Road Pembroke, ME 04666 School cancellations or delays because of weather conditions will be posted on WLBZ-TV and WABI-TV and will be an- nounced on WQDY radio as early as pos- sible. Both TV stations offer the option of receiving text alerts. To sign up for this service, visit or . School will close on Wednesday, De- cember 23, after a half-day, during which the winter performance will begin at 8 a.m. School will resume Monday, January 4. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The next public breakfast will be served in the parish hall on Saturday, January 2, 2016, from 7 to 9 a.m. The price is $6 for adults and $3 for children. The usual menu of pancakes, eggs, home fries, baked beans, sausage, bacon, toast and beverag- es will be served. The next public supper in the parish hall will be served on Saturday, January 16, 2016, beginning at 5 p.m. The menu for the month will be baked beans, hot dogs, casseroles, salads, beverages and desserts. Supper is $7 for adults and $4 for children. Dennysville market closes for winter The Dennys River Community Market, which is also known as the "Souper Mar- ket," was held for the last time in 2015 on December 17. The market will be inactive for the winter months but has plans to return in early spring 2016. The market has been a successful gathering for loyal supporters and local vendors providing fresh eggs, soups to eat in or take out, breads, rolls, donuts, produce, cheeses, lo- tions, honey, handmade goods andmore since it began in August 2013. The market is sponsored by Literacy Volunteers of Washington County, which provides free books in the mall to all chil- dren under 5 years old living in Washing- ton County. 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