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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 18:43

Photo courtesy of Dave Conley
NE-CLR-josh-dcx1-pt-16Outdoor Education student Josh Jones skims across a man-made pond at BigRock last Saturday during the Slush Rush event. Jones along with 20-plus other

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Full lifeguard course offered during vacation | Print |
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 17:47

    The Presque Isle Recreation Department is offering a full lifeguard course, to be held April 21-24 at the University of Maine at Presque Isle’s Gentile Hall pool from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. all four days.

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Sledding for ice cream | Print |
Thursday, 10 April 2014 08:48

Pioneer Times Photo/Joseph Cyr
NE-CLR-Ice-Cream-dc1-pt-15Mary Drew Metherell of Houlton enjoys an ice cream cone at the Houlton Farms Dairy bar while sitting on a snowmobile Wednesday evening. Wednesday marked

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Seniors learn life is a ‘Matter of Balance’ | Print |
Thursday, 10 April 2014 08:40

Pioneer Times photo/Gloria Austin
FS-matterbalancecertificates-dc-pt-15COMPLETE COURSE — Completing the eight-week Matter of Balance program in Oakfield were, from left, front, Iona Nadeau, Elaine “Tessie” Barrett, Ursula Levesque, Rena Brannen, Donna Furrow, Priscilla “Sita” Swallow and Sandra Holmes; back, Bonnie Pratt, Matter of Balance facilitator; Kathleen Boutilier, Alma Clark, Sherry Shaw, Sharon Anderson, Bernice Campbell, Mildred Gagnon, Marge Seiler, Delores Locke, Ramona White and Phil Bosse, state office representative of Sen. Susan Collins. Absent from the photograph was Patricia Clark.

By Gloria Austin

Staff Writer
    OAKFIELD — Whether it be icy driveways or a slippery floor, seniors are learning how a “Matter of Balance” helps them stay on their feet.
    The Matter of Balance Program is facilitated by Bonnie Pratt of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program in southern Aroostook County. Pratt attended classes in Presque Isle two years ago to be a trained facilitator for the program.

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Houlton residents walk to remember a friend | Print |
Thursday, 10 April 2014 08:36

Pioneer Times Photo/Joseph Cyr
NE-CLR-Walk-dc-pt-15FOR A FRIEND — About 44 walkers braved snowy, rainy conditions Saturday afternoon to participate in the 5th annual Walk Like M.A.D.D. event in Houlton. The walk is held each April in memory of Darcie Hutchinson and raises money for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers.

By Joseph Cyr

Staff Writer
    HOULTON — A cold, rainy day did not dampen the spirits of 44 walkers Saturday as they participated in the fifth annual  Walk Like M.A.D.D. – Remember Darcie Hutchinson event.

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