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Want to learn how to can food? | Print |
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 15:15

    The University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer preservation workshops in Presque Isle and Houlton. This is a “hands-on” class and will cover water bath and pressure canning, freezing and drying. Pre-registration is required and class size is limited.

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Matter of Balance class held at Ricker Apartments | Print |
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 14:53

By Cheryl Driscoll
Special to the Pioneer Times
    A Matter of Balance class was given at Ricker Apartments in Houlton for eight weeks ending Friday, June 6. This class was given by volunteers Cheryl Driscoll and Richard McLaughlin and is sponsored through the Aroostook Area Agency on Aging. The class is to help seniors keep their independence through learning safer ways of walking and moving and to prevent falls, which are the number one reason why seniors have to go to nursing homes.

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Having some family fun in Linneus | Print |
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 14:42
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Pioneer Times photos/Gloria Austin
FAMILY FUN — The Linneus Family Field Day parade drew scores of people to the town July 12.
EASY RIDER — Riley Fitzpatrick takes its easy on his ATV during the Linneus Family Field Day parade.
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SUPPORT HUNTING — Debbie Carll and Lynn Fitzpatrick are in the Grammy’s Country Inn vehicle supporting the sport of hunting during the Linneus Family Field Day on July 12. HANDING OUT TREATS — Haley Quint walked along the Linneus Family Field Day parade route handing out peanut butter balls courtesy of Grammy’s Country Inn.
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DRIVING — Mason White and Alex Hutchinson drive along in the Linneus Volunteer Fire Department truck. WAVES THE FLAG — Justus Scott waves and holds the flag during his ride on the Linneus fire engine, while Alaina Campbell also waves to the crowd during the Linneus Family Field Day parade.
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RIDERS — Riding on a Linneus Volunteer Fire Department truck during the Linneus Family Field Day parade are, from left, front, Alexis Ganzel, Ashton Carter, Reagan Wright, Alaina Campbell, Thea White and in back, Mike White. WORLD CUP — Children show their support for team Germany on the Scott Tree Farm float in the Linneus Family Field Day parade. Cheering on their team are, from left, Kiana Stewart, Amelia Scott and Jordis Sawyer.
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JOHN DEERE GREEN — Alexis Smith drives her John Deere battery-operated tractor.
 
Fun times in Linneus | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 21:28

Contributed photo
NE-CLR-Linneus-dcx-pt-29SPLISH SPLASH — The home-made water slide was a popular attraction for youngsters Saturday during the annual Linneus Family Field Day.

By Gloria Austin

Staff Writer
    LINNEUS — The town was filled with fun Saturday during the annual Linneus Family Field Day.
    “We had somewhere around 250 people attend throughout the day,” said Michael Lane, Linneus recreation director. “The attendance was about as good as it was last year.”

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Youngsters shine in Little Miss/ Mr. Sparkler, Firecracker pageant | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 21:18

    HOULTON — Soaring temperatures and a power outage were among the highlights of the 2014 Little Miss/Mr. Sparkler and Firecracker pageant last Wednesday at the Gentle Memorial Building.

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