Guilford News
Blodgett named to Dean’s Honor List | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 08:45

    BROOKLINE, Mass. — Branin Blodgett, a graphic art student from Guilford, was named to the Dean’s Honor List at the New England Institute of Art in Brookline, Mass. for the spring 2014 semester.

Duplicate bridge results | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:57

    GUILFORD — The Mid-Maine Duplicate Bridge Club played on June 23 with the following results: first place, Norman Bridge of Parkman and Ron Lyford of Hartland; second, Austin Deane of Guilford and Clif Riley of Dover-Foxcroft; third, Norma White of Guilford and Priscilla Higgins of Dover-Foxcroft.

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2014 River Festival theme will be ‘Duck Dynasty’ | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:43

    GUILFORD — The 2014 River Festival will be held Saturday, July 26 in Guilford along the Piscataquis River at the ball park.
    Since the “Redneck” theme was so popular last year, the committee decided to “recycle” that idea and give it a fresh name. This year’s theme is “Duck Dynasty.” There will be plenty of fun redneck antics along with plastic ducks that race down the river.

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Donations sought for SAD 4 Weekend Backpack Program | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:37

    GUILFORD — The Partnership Food Pantry in Guilford is seeking donations to cover the 2014/15 cost of providing 70 to 80 backpacks of food each week during the school year to children for their weekend food needs.

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Residents celebrate completion of library meeting room | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:30

Packard honored for 22 years of service

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

    GUILFORD — Linda Packard really didn’t want anyone to make a fuss over her retirement as Guilford Memorial Library director.
    But she was coaxed to the June 30 open house, signifying the completion of a project that she wanted for many of her 22 years of service: a community meeting room.

NE-LibSuccessor-DC-PO-28Observer photo/Mike Lange

    SUCCESSOR — Former Guilford Memorial Library Director Linda Packard, left, who retired after 22 years in the position, is pictured with her successor Heidi Dow.

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