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Garden Variety and Farwell’s Museum Store are opening for the season May 13. Stop on by and see all the interesting items and purchase something that takes your eye. It is a fun place to go. The museum represents the General Store, pre-1960 (the year it closed). Nothing is for sale in the museum. The Museum Store has a sampling of used and new items for sale. Hours are Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The 2023 ATV stickers are in at the Thorndike Town Office. Please note the increase in registration fees. Over two thirds of all registration funds, including the new fee increase, goes toward trail creation and maintenance. There are new restrictions on ATV size. View all of the updated and new laws in the 2021-2022 Maine ATV & Snowmobile Law Book.

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There will be a fundraiser at The Open Door Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m. to noon, at the lunch program’s Depot Street, Unity, location. There will be pies for sale at $10 each, raffles, gift cards, homemade items and cookbooks for sale. For more information, please call Linda at 722-3645.

A live online Lyme Disease presentation takes place Monday, May 16, 5:30-7:30 p.m., via Zoom. Learn the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of this potentially debilitating disease. The fee is $10 and you can come into Mount View High School to view it or go online at the location of your choice. To register, call 568-3426 or email adulted@rsu3.org.

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American Legion Post 50 is seeking participants for the Memorial Day Parade in Unity, Monday, May 30. Meet at the Unity Town Office at 8:30 a.m. and step off at 9 a.m. for the parade to Pond Cemetery and back. For questions, call Randall Parker at 323-3412.

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Four international students are seeking Maine host families for the upcoming school year. Open your home to a foreign exchange student and open up a whole new world for your family.  Email
scaldwell.stsf@gmail.com if you are interested.

There will be a feline prepaid, low-cost clinic Wednesday and Thursday, May 25 and 26, at the Brooks Fire Station, 19 Purple Heart Highway. A limited number of Help Fix Me program vouchers are available. If you qualify, additional funding from Waldo County Pet Food Pantry and the Waldo County Humane Society will also be available. Drop off at 8 a.m., pick up later in the day. One feline per hard crate/carrier. Application and prepayment are required to secure your spot. Paypal available,
janeme/61@gmail.com.  Contact Jane at 322-9764 or Cindy at 322-9469.

Condolences to the family and friends of Mary Curtis. She was a character and will definitely be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Wayne and Terrie Griffiths were recent visitors of mine and Dustin. There is nothing like a sister to share life with.  Dustin loves to have Uncle Wayne visit and I think they do as much storytelling as Dustin and Papa Dixon. There sure was lots of laughing going on.

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Flowers are popping up, and fiddleheads and dandelion greens are growing fast. We are finally getting some nice weather and the grass is growing too fast. The ground is so wet that I have to get myself unstuck every once in a while. Dustin has lots of advice when that happens.

Trevor Noah is quoted as saying, “Just as a general rule, nothing should change midflight, ever.”

Have a great week and enjoy those fiddleheads.

 




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