(Deadline for submission is the Friday before publication. Most items are published for two weeks.)
MWS continues to recycle all toner cartridges and cell phones, just bring them to either office. Storage is easier if toner boxes are recycled at home. Thank you!
Willow Pond Farm Apples are Back!
Apples are again being delivered to Merriconeag's Early Childhood Center on Fridays before 11:30am. Orders must be placed with Willow Pond Farm (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Thursday at 2:00 p.m.. Please leave payment in the envelope on the file cabinet in the Early Childhood Office PRIOR to delivery.
Macs & Cortlands are available now. N.spy and red delicious in October.
McIntosh, Cortland Fancy: peck $10, half bushel $18
Jill Agnew, Willow Pond Farm, 395 Middle Road, Sabattus, Maine 04280, 207-375-6662
To learn more about the farm, click here.
Milkweed Farm Pasture Raised Turkeys for Thanksgiving 2013. Turkeys are $5.00 per pound which includes the slaughter fee. Please let us know what size turkey you would like. You can call or email us with any questions. We do ask for a $20 deposit to reserve a turkey. Contact Lucretia Woodruff (MWS parent of Seamus, Maeve and Daire') at email@example.com, or call 725-4554. (10/01)
Join together for a fun evening of musical performances by Merriconeag community parents and faculty, Friday, November 22. I am putting out this call for all parents and faculty who would be interested in performing. Please contact Vito Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org. The evening will run from 6pm – 9pm and I am hoping to fill approximately three hours with music provided by the parent and faculty community. The time will be from 6:00 pm – 9pm on Friday November 22nd. This is an adult only fun filled evening. I am also looking for maybe one or two parents who would be interested in helping with setting up and breaking down the stage. This event will be a very casual evening and if you would like to bring a snack or something to drink the plan is to have the tables and chairs set up to accommodate a more intimate atmosphere. One or two volunteers to help with tables and chairs would be wonderful. Additional details will appear in future issues as things come into full view. Looking forward to seeing many of you on the 22nd. (10/01)
For Sale: Children's Woolens: 1 short sleeved Ruskovilla (organic made in Finland) 70/30%-wool/silk under-shirt size 140, $10.00; 1 long sleeved Ruskovilla 70/30%-wool/silk under-shirt like new, $20.00; and I pair of navy long johns by Engel (organic made in Germany) 100% wool, size 140, however slightly felted so maybe more like size 120 (?), $5.00(-there are some small holes that could be repaired.). Call Shelly 956-1551. (10/01)
For Sale: Collapsible violin shoulder rest made by KUN. Size 4/4. Like new. $10.00 (retails for 20.00 +shipping.) Call Shelly 956-1551. (10/01)
The perfect carpool vehicle: Lovingly maintained (4 new tires last week) 2005 Volvo XC70 with 127,500 miles. Built in booster seats; third row seat folds flat for cellos and unicycles, Thule towers. Heated seats, moon roof. An extremely reliable and safe car. $7500 OBO. email@example.com (09/24)
Girls bogs, size 8. Used 1 season. $25 or trade for something interesting. Lets talk! firstname.lastname@example.org (09/24)
Wanted: cage and accessories for a pet rat (I know it sounds crazy!) email@example.com (09/24)
Fri, Oct 3, 1:30 pm,
All parents are welcome to witness the fruits of our morning work. If it is sunny weather we will be outside on the Desert Road Campus. If it is raining, you will find us in the Community Hall.
MS XC Race :
Fri, Oct 3, MS XC Race at Scarborough, 4:15 & 4:45 pm.
HS XC Race :
Sat, Oct 4, The Festival of Champions in Belfast - which will see over 1800 runners on the course throughout the day! Click on link below for race details.
The Gift of a Commercial-Free Childhood:
Wed, Oct 8, 7 pm.
Community Hall, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
Donation at the door.
Dr. Susan Linn, Director of The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood & Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School will discuss the commercialization of childhood and ways to protect our children.