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Will’s Shop ‘n Save helps Foxcroft Academy raise $1,200 for the school’s athletic program | Print |
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:53

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — A hot dog fundraiser held at Will’s Shop ’n Save on Saturday, Oct. 18 raised $1,230 for Foxcroft Academy’s athletic program. Will Wedge, owner of Will’s Shop ’n Save, generously donated hot dogs, rolls, chips and drinks for the fundraiser and Pepsi donated soda cans. Coaches and players from FA’s cheering squad and fall sports teams helped run the event, and Wedge noted how impressed he and his staff were with their “commitment and professional behavior.”

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    COME AND GET IT! — Members of the Foxcroft boys soccer team and other fall athletes and coaches were busy on Oct. 18 with a hot dog fundraiser at Will’s Shop ‘n Save in Dover-Foxcroft. The event, with food items donated by Will’s, raised over $1,200 for Foxcroft Academy athletics.

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Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:52

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The Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club recently presented a check for $1,000 to the Guilford Partnership Food Pantry. Accepting the check on behalf of the food pantry was its director Al Hunt.

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Center Theatre announces ‘Spooky Movie Day’ | Print |
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:50

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — In honor of Halloween, the Center Theatre is dubbing Saturday, Nov. 1, “Spooky Movie Day.” The day will feature two different takes on the horror genre.

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Commissioners handle mostly routine agenda | Print |
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:30

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — The Piscataquis County Commissioners had a mostly routine agenda to deal with last week, with the exception of hiring an interim county manager at the end of their meeting.
    Following a short executive session, commissioners hired Tom Lizotte of Dover-Foxcroft to succeed Marilyn Tourtelotte to help guide the county through its impending budget process. Tourtelotte and the commissioners reached an agreement to terminate her employment on Oct. 15.

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Dunton receives ACTEM’s top educator honor | Print |
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:26

By Stuart Hedstrom 
Staff Writer

    DOVER-FOXCROFT — Earlier in the month SeDoMoCha Elementary School grade 3 teacher Jessica Dunton was honored by the Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine (ACTEM) as the organization’s 2014 Maine Technology Educator of the Year.

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    TECHNOLOGY EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR — SeDoMoCha Elementary grade 3 teacher Jessica Dunton, center, was selected as the Maine Technology Educator of the Year by the Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine (ACTEM). Pictured with Dunton at the award presentation on Oct. 9 at the Augusta Civic Center are, from left, SeDoMoCha Principal Julie Kimball, RSU 68 Technology Director David Bridges who nominated Dunton for the honor, former district superintendent Alan Smith and RSU 68 Superintendent Robert Lucy.

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