Stacy (Roguski) and Menelos Kaminari took their girls home last week from the hospital. Back on the island of Kefalonia, everyone is learning what it is like to have twins! Angelina and Alexandria are showing both mom and dad what it is all about.
Great job to Felicia Neleski – she took fourth place in the 25-yard freestyle swim at the regional Special Olympics meet!
Congratulations to the Trenton Marketplace IGA. They have officially been named a 2009 5-Star IGA by IGA Corporate, with four of four perfect 100 percent scores. Trenton Marketplace IGA & Kimberly Murphy recently received the “Elks Distinguished Citizenship Award” Citizen of the Year, by the Ellsworth Elks Lodge 2743.
Happy birthday to Dylan Harris who turned 12 on March 18. Tim Wedge and Adam Davis turned 14 on March 23rd. Cailyn Ray turned 11 on March 23.
Kindergarten screening for Trenton Elementary School will be Friday, May 8. Please call the school for more information at 667-8447.
A reminder: the school’s eighth-graders will be having their annual auction on Saturday, May 2, to pay for their class trip. If you have something you would like to donate to be auctioned off, call Michele Morrison at 664-3608 or e-mail [email protected]. You can also e-mail Karen Vanzura at [email protected] or call Lisa Kearns at 664-9705. They ask you to please leave messages and they will contact you to set up a time to either pick up your items or for you to drop them off.
The next planning board meeting with the DOT regarding the Acadia Gateway Center is slated for April 1. It seems that details are slowly emerging with each meeting, so residents are strongly encouraged to attend, especially since this will be going up for vote soon. Thank you to the TVFD members for the extra clean up this last week in preparation for the meeting.
Speaking of which, I have been informed that the spot where the Acadia Gateway Center is slated to go is not “Romer’s Field” but actually the old “Kief Farm.” I guess I always just assumed it was Romer’s, but you know what happens when you assume … anyhow, thank you to the vigilant readers who pointed that out! I really enjoy finding out about Trenton history and appreciate anything you can fill me in on.
This is your column Trenton! I want to hear about your birthdays, anniversaries or any event you find noteworthy. Call me at 479-6023, e-mail [email protected], or write to P.O. Box 152, Hulls Cove ME 04644. (I live in Trenton, but keep my box in Bar Harbor).