Conservation District annual awards banquet Nov. 6
Nobleboro — Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District will hold its annual awards banquet Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the North Nobleboro Community Hall on East Pond Road in Nobleboro.
The public is invited for a homemade dinner of smothered beef or vegetarian entrée, mashed potatoes, vegetables, and homemade pies.
Following dinner and before the guest speaker is introduced, there will be brief news and activities update from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and District staff, and presentation of the annual district awards:
Cooperator of the Year — Reba Richardson and Bill Pluecker, Hatchet Cove Farm, Warren
Soil Health — Jan Goranson and Rob Johanson, Goranson Farm, Dresden
On Farm Energy Efficiency — Nancy Williams and Al Maloney, NEWAIM Farm, Waldoboro
Logger of the Year — Henry Oliver, Nobleboro
Teacher of the Year — Madelon Kelly, Medomak Middle School
District Volunteer of the Year — Jessica Sewall, Round Pond
Bill Eldridge, chief executive of MOOMilk Co., is the guest speaker.
Festivities begin at 6 p.m. with munchies and visiting. Dinner will be served promptly at 6:30 p.m., so arrive early to get seated. All guests receive a free raffle ticket for a doorprize, with drawings held throughout the evening.
Registration fee of $15 covers the cost of the meal. To register, contact Hildy at 596-2040, firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online at knox-lincoln.org/annual-meeting/.