Eight teams took part in the Junior League Championship at the Oakdale Country Club in Mexico on Aug. 12, followed by awards, photos and pizza. Led by organizer Jeff Mayo and several club members volunteering their knowledge, 34 youngsters from grades 3-8 learned to play better golf over the eight-week Junior League program, now in […]
Archives for August 2014
WOODSTOCK — A Woodstock woman who had been missing since Wednesday has been found safe. An Oxford County communications center dispatcher confirmed Sunday afternoon that the woman had been found, but referred other questions to the sheriff’s office. A telephone message was left with an officer. The Facebook page for Kathleen Zurzolo also was updated […]
PERU- My earliest memories of Worthley Pond are of my grandmother loading my cousins Ang and Sis, and me into her car and driving us to swimming lessons across from the store at the beach. My gosh, how I hated swimming lessons. The mornings were normally foggy and chilly, with dark overcast skies looming overhead […]
Once again, our annual girls only motorcycle trip has come and gone, but the memories of the fun-filled days spent in the outdoors still bring a smile to my face. I am amazed at how quickly the year goes by and now we’re already looking back at our trip. This year seven of us on […]
Hope Association clients Mary Turnbull and Ray Leblanc, with Moriah Thebarge, got the audience going with “Sweet Caroline” during the Association’s annual Back to School Fashion Show last Friday. The classic songs and enthusiastic audience really got the models dancing, hopping, with a lot of smiles. They were modeling examples of clothing available at the […]
These three unidentified ducks were seen enjoying themselves in front of the Mexico Boat Launch recently.
Members of the Teaberry Arts Council and area artists gathered on the Rumford Parks Walking Trail for Sunday’s Art Walk. Some 25 to 30 artists, magicians, performers, musicians and more entertained people during the five-hour event, the council’s first big event since its inception last fall.
While at the Dixfield Outdoor Market on Sunday with her three-year-old, Gabrielle Cannon of Dixfield saw the sign that read “Free Car Seat Check” and decided to participate. Dixfield Police Officers Anne Simmons-Edmunds and Eric Bernier, along with Jaclyn Witt, recently completed a three-day course to become certified as child safety passenger seat inspectors. They […]
There were a lot of smiles on children Saturday, and sighs of relief for parents and others struggling financially. It was the third annual Culture of Compassion giveaway, put on by 50 volunteers with the Praise Assembly of God Church at the DARE Field across from Aubuchon Hardware. Pastor Justin Thacker noted that it takes […]