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PISCATAQUIS COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION COMMITTEE ANNUAL SUPPER AND MEETING
Piscataquis County Cooperative Extension Executive Committee and staff are proud to announce an annual supper and meeting in collaboration with Penquis and Valley Grange on Saturday, September 6th. Extension exhibits and demonstrations regarding farming, gardening, 4-H and youth activities will be available from 5 to 7 PM, along with the harvest festival supper. The menu will feature locally grown produce, baked ham, carrots, turnip, squash, potatoes and gravy, and apple crisp for dessert.100 percent of the proceeds benefit the Piscataquis Santa fund. Minimum donations are $8 for adults, $4 for children three to twelve, and children under three eat for free.
The Annual Extension Meeting, from 7 to 7:45 PM, will include accomplishments and a budget report. John Jemison, UMaine Extension Agronomist, will give a presentation entitled “Think Globally, Eat Locally”, to end the evening from 7:45 to 8:30 PM. The Valley Grange Hall is located at 172 Guilford Center Road in Guilford on the corner of Butter Street.



5K FOR JAY RACE FOR AN AMERICAN HERO
There will be a 5K race for “Jay” on Monday, September 1st at the American Legion in Newport. The race will begin at 1 PM and will be held rain or shine. There will be a cookout after the race for all runners along with family and friends. Preregistration is recommended. The cost for preregistration is $15 for children and $20 for adults. The cost of registering on the day of the race is $20 for children and $25 for adults. Please make checks payable to “5K for Jay” P.O. Box 62, East Newport, ME 04933.
Captain John Randall Brainard was a Patriot who believed in the Constitution and had a strong love for his Country. He gave his life for the cause of freedom. He was known for his smile and his will to help people feel better about themselves through encouragement and kindness. The money raised will be for those who aspire to live up to the same standards and are enrolled in the ROTC or a military college.
Brainard of Dover-Foxcroft, was once a student at Nokomis Regional High in Newport.
For more information, call John Brainard at 314-5653, Brittany Brainard at 314-5565 or check out the Facebook page.



67TH ANNUAL FREE LABOR DAY FAIR
OPENS IN HARMONY

This year's Harmony Labor Day Free Fair kicks off on Friday, August 29th
with a crowd favorite truck pull and continues through
Monday, September 1st with events and attractions for all.
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THE 61ST ANNUAL
CLINTON LIONS AGRICULTURAL FAIR

The 61st annual Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair will open
on Thursday, September 4th at 3 PM.

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PINE TREE HOSPICE FALL LUNCH AND LEARN SERIES
Pine Tree Hospice is pleased to announce its Lunch
and Learn Series topics for Fall 2014.
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YOUTH AND TEENS EXPERIENCE PISCATAQUIS COUNTY SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUMMER CAMPS
The new Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District Teen Summer Camp was held from July 7th through July 11th and was made possible by funding from the Maine Community Foundation’s Piscataquis County Fund and the John and Anne Urban Fund.
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PENOBSCOT LIVESTOCK 4-H CLUB
TO PARTICIPATE IN SPARKLE 2014
The party you won’t want to miss, Sparkle 2014, will take place
on Saturday, November 8th at the St. Martin’s Church in Palmyra.
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