• Dutch Soccer Academy to hold Brooklin camp

    Dutch Soccer Academy to hold Brooklin camp

    BROOKLIN — The Dutch Soccer Academy is bringing its day camp program to the Brooklin School soccer field Friday through Sunday, May 15-17. The Maine-based program, now in its 17th year, offers instruction to about 1,800 students each year. At Brooklin, instructors will work with youth in grades kindergarten through four from 2:30 to 4:30

  • Dinner theater at Surry Elementary

    SURRY — The Surry Elementary School eighth grade class will be holding a dinner theatre at the school on Friday, April 3, and Saturday, April 4, at 6 p.m. This year’s performance is “Borrowed Time,” a comedy about love, life and time travel. The cost is $15 per person, which includes appetizers, garden salad, bread,

  • HOME hosting egg hunt, Easter dinner

    ORLAND — HOME Inc. will be having an Easter egg hunt, rain or shine, on Saturday, April 4, at 10 a.m. All are welcome. The Easter bunny will be there. There also will be an Easter dinner on Easter Sunday, April 5, at 1 p.m. Donations will be accepted and all are welcome. For more information,

  • Blue Hill Library holding book sale

    BLUE HILL — The Friends of Blue Hill Public Library will hold their first-Saturday-of-the-month book sale on April 4 in the library’s basement “book nook” from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To donate books that are in good condition or for more information, contact the library at 374-5515. The library is also hosting an evening-long

  • Scholarships for Hancock students

    HANCOCK — The Hancock Point Chapel offers two scholarship programs to students who are residents of Hancock. One is for Hancock Grammar School students in grades five, six, seven and eight who are interested in attending summer camp. Applications are available from Megan Stetler at the Grammar School and from the Hancock Town Hall. The

  • Rotarians distribute 110 wheelchairs in Panama

    Rotarians distribute 110 wheelchairs in Panama

    ELLSWORTH— For a dozen years, the parents of 13-year-old Carlos carried him everywhere they went throughout their hometown of Panama City, Panama. The family could not afford to buy their son a wheelchair after he was abruptly afflicted with cerebral palsy as a baby after a bout with a very high fever. But all that