3K SeDo. Color Run for Brayson Dunton
November 14, 2018
Observer photo/Stuart HedstromCOLOR RUN FOR BRAYSON — A group of 57 runners/walkers, 20 Foxcroft Academy football players and five coaches volunteering, six Foxcroft Academy cheerleader volunteers, and 12 SeDoMoCha School staff members helping — for 100 total — braved the cold on the morning of Sunday, Nov. 11 for the 3K SeDo.
Outdoors in Maine3 days ago
UMaine to test ticks for infections
Ten years ago, few outdoor folks in this neck of the woods gave ticks a second thought. Not so today. Most of us who spend time outdoors have had encounters with deer ticks, the bad ones, or know someone with Lyme disease. Recently, University of Maine Professor Jim Dill, a tick expert, appeared as a guest on my Sunday night call-in radio program, Maine Outdoors. The phones rang constantly the entire hour as listeners queued up to ask their questions of professor Dill.
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Tom and Nancy Harrigan named this year’s Myrick Award recipients
The Executive Committee of the Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) has named Tom and Nancy Harrigan of Milo as the 16th recipients of the Warren “Pete” Myrick Award. Both Tom and Nancy Harrigan exemplify the criteria set by Pete Myrick, a Guilford resident, who was a longtime educator and founder of PCEDC. Criteria includes overall impact of the candidate’s accomplishments, the duration of the candidate’s engagement in community service activities, and the breadth of community involvement.