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  • Published
    January 24, 2010

    Herald Gazette letters

      Owls Head students sponsor fundraiser for Haiti Mrs. Callaway’s third-grade class will be sponsoring a fundraiser next week to raise money to send to the earthquake-shattered country of Haiti. This project came about because of a social studies lesson about what it means to be a good citizen. The children have planned this fundraiser on their own, and are now asking for your help. The first piece of the …

  • Published
    January 22, 2010

    Herald Gazette letters

    School debt — the elephant in the room In budget making for Maine School Administrative District 28 and the Five Town Community School District, the “elephant in the room” is debt service. For SAD 28, the total debt service for fiscal year 2009-10 is $1,650,739. There are currently 790 students enrolled in SAD 28. That means the cost of debt service per student is $2,090. That number compares with an …

  • Published
    January 15, 2010

    Herald Gazette letters

    No idling policy The Camden Select Board should be commended for its unanimous support this week of a proposal to establish a no idling policy for those driving in Camden. This policy will help ensure better air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, save people money, and make the town a more pleasant and healthy place. Whenever you expect to wait more than one minute with your vehicle stopped, turn off …

  • Published
    January 8, 2010

    Herald Gazette letters

    Thanks from Freedom Riders On Nov. 21, Freedom Riders held its second successful Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser sponsored by Applebee’s Restaurant. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Applebee’s for the generous hospitality, and also to the community for its faithful support of our organization. This year Freedom Riders celebrated its 25th year of providing equine assisted therapies and activities to …

  • Published
    December 31, 2009

    Herald Gazette letters

    St. George School fundraiser The students and staff of the St. George School wish to thank all of those who supported our fundraising efforts for grades three, four and five. The incredible generosity and giving spirit of our community made it possible for us to raise over $1,000 that will be used for special programs and field trips.Please support our local businesses who were generous enough to makedonations: …

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