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Celebration of the now completed and fully operating Library.

Saturday, October 26, 11 am – 2 pm at the new Jackson Memorial Library: Celebration of the now completed and fully operating Library. Refreshments, live band(s), and activities for families. Expect to see pumpkins (or excess zucchini?) launched by catapults, air propelled rockets, and other marvels of science. For this event and the full fall program of the Library, go to www.jacksonmem.lib.me.us.…

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Announcement of Voting Results in Saint George Maine

Tuesday, May 14, 7 pm at the Town Office: Town Meeting continues with announcement of the results of May 13 voting, followed by voting on each of the warrants that comprise the town budget. Go to the town website, www.stgeorgemaine.com, for full information on the budget proposed for the coming year. …

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Time to Vote in Saint George Maine

Monday, May 13, from 8 am – 8 pm at the Town Office: polls are open. Voters will decide whether to begin the process of withdrawal from RSU 13, elect 2 Select Board members and an RSU 13 school board member, and approve (or not) changes to the Shellfish Management Ordinance. This is the first Town Meeting to take place in May rather than March. Snow is not expected. …

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Second Public Hearing on whether to begin the process of withdrawal from RSU 13

Thursday, May 2, 7 pm at Town Office: Second meeting to discuss the withdrawal of St. George School from the RSU 13 district.…

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Learn About Invasive Plants with Hildy Ellis Monday Jan. 21st 6:30pm

Monday, Jan. 21 at 6:30 pm at peoples United Methodist Church in South Thomaston: The days are lengthening. Spring will come. So will Invasive Plants. Learn more about these marauders from Hildy Ellis of the Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District. You, too, can recognize and eradicate plants such as giant Hogweed which can grow five feet tall and more and burn the skin with its sap. Presentation of the Friends of the Weskeag. …

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