Sangerville News
Stutzman’s Farm completes conservation plan supporting organic transition | Print |
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 07:35

    SANGERVILLE — Stutzman’s Farm in Sangerville has completed a plan through the Natural Resources Conservation Services and the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association to transition a portion of their acreage into the organic production of vegetables.

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Scavenger hunt and summer program at the Sangerville Public Library | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 08:43

By Beth Ranagan

    SANGERVILLE — A wonderful time was had by all of the children who participated in the scavenger hunt at the Sangerville Public Library during the town’s recent bicentennial celebration. Of the 19 participants, Shyanne Dever won the prize in the 5-9 age group. Gemini True claimed the prize in the 10-15 group. Librarian Linda Hall presented each winner with a $10 bill for their efforts.

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TOP HUNTERS — Gemini True, left, and Shyanne Dever receive prizes from Librarian Linda Hall after they won in their age groups in the Sangerville Public Library’s scavenger hunt during the recent bicentennial celebration.

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Wide differences of opinion on ATV access | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:35

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

    SANGERVILLE — The Sangerville Board of Selectmen was scheduled to vote on Tuesday, July 8 to grant or deny a request to expand ATV access on a portion of four roads.
    But no matter which way the vote went, the issue has proved to be quite divisive.

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Sangerville UU Church raising funds to save classic windows | Print |
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 07:27

Mike Lange
Staff Writer

    SANGERVILLE — The Unitarian Universalist Church of Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft has literally been a pillar of the Sangerville community for the past 116 years.
    The building stands tall in the village, even though the congregation is relatively small.
    During the recent Sangerville Bicentennial, the church encouraged the public to visit and the highlight of the tour was to show the beautiful stained glass windows as well as the classic murals.

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    REPAIRS NEEDED — Barbara Wilbur shows a portion of one stained glass window that’s bowed in at the Sangerville Dover-Foxcroft Unitarian Universalist Church.

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