New flagpole dedicated at Sangerville Veterans Memorial Park

SANGERVILLE — On May 18, during the park’s clean-up day, a new flagpole was dedicated once again to local veterans at Sangerville Veterans Memorial Park.

Donated by Macy Gardner, a 20-year Army veteran, the pole came with a new flag and a solar light installed at the top for night time illumination. Many local volunteers were on hand to celebrate the new pole as well as pitching in with the Sangerville Rec Committee for spring cleanup.

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NEW FLAGPOLE — At the dedication for the flagpole at Sangerville Veterans Memorial park were from left, Travis Labree and Gerald Blockler from the Sangerville Fire Department, Bill Siemerling from American Legion Post 29, Kyle Wilson of the Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Office, Sangerville Fire Chief Matt Blockler, Piscataquis County Commissioner Paul Davis, and Rep. James White, R-Guilford.

The members of the Sangerville Rec Committee were appreciative of the support shown from the community. A thank you lunch was provided at noontime, with hot dogs donated by Herring Bros and meats and cases of water donated by Eli’s Market.

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