Families

Lisbon HS Open House

On Saturday, October 2, student young adult volunteer tour guides Paula Caron, freshman; and Jordan Beauparlant and Dillion Pesce, juniors; welcomed over 200 visitors to Lisbon High School.  The recently refurbished facility located at 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls held an open house for residents of Lisbon and surrounding communities to tour the school and see the renovations made to the building.  The event was scheduled during the Home Coming Weekend to offer the best opportunity for the public to attend.  “We were excited to have so many people attend the event,” shares Principal Kenneth Healey.  “Our students did an exceptional job conducting tours and showing off their school.  The comments from the community were extremely positive and folks were quick to recognize the work put forth was done well and made a significant difference in classrooms and other areas.”   FMI on other events and community projects planned by the school, contact Communi

Lisbon HS Open House

On Saturday, October 2, student young adult volunteer tour guides Paula Caron, freshman; and Jordan Beauparlant and Dillion Pesce, juniors; welcomed over 200 visitors to Lisbon High School.  The recently refurbished facility located at 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls held an open house for residents of Lisbon and surrounding communities to tour the school and see the renovations made to the building.  The event was scheduled during the Home Coming Weekend to offer the best opportunity for the public to attend.  “We were excited to have so many people attend the event,” shares Principal Kenneth Healey.  “Our students did an exceptional job conducting tours and showing off their school.  The comments from the community were extremely positive and folks were quick to recognize the work put forth was done well and made a significant difference in classrooms and other areas.”   FMI on other events and community projects planned by the school, contact Communi

Lisbon PWS Spaghetti Supper

The seventh grade at the P. W. Sugg Middle School in Lisbon will sponsor a Spaghetti Supper on Friday, November 12, 2010.  The supper will be served at the Lisbon Community School, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. Tickets are $6. For adults, $3 for children under 10, and may be purchased at the door. Don¹t forget to bring your luck with you as there will be a variety of raffle and silent auction items.
           
The seventh grade is also offering raffle tickets for 100 gallons of number 2 heating oil.  The last chance to purchase tickets for the raffle will be at the spaghetti supper.  The drawing will be held and the winner will be announced after the supper.

A spaghetti supper is a fun time for the whole family. Come join your friends and neighbors in support of the seventh grade students. Proceeds will be used to send students to a week-long leadership program.

GHOST OF ROUTE 26 APPEARS AT LOCAL FARM

MECHANIC FALLS, MAINE, 10/13/2010.  It’s been reported by reliable sources that the “Lady in White”, the legendary ghost of Route 26, has been reappearing in the dark of the night on a regular basis this Fall at Harvest Hill Farms.

The reason for the “regular” appearance of this apparition is that she is part of the hauntings created by Jeff Strout, Spook Miester extraordinaire, on the Gauntlet, a haunted night ride through the deep woods on the acreage of Harvest Hill Farms on Route 26 in Mechanic Falls.

The Gauntlet is one of three Fall Halloween venues Peter Bolduc and his wife Kathie operate at their Route 26 location in Mechanic Falls.

A Tennis Skills & Drills Day for Special Olympics

A Tennis Skills & Drills Day for Special Olympics will be held on Friday October 22 at Bates College. Volunteers, including members of the Lewiston High Tennis Team and the Lewiston Police Department Community Resource Team, will provide instruction on tennis fundamentals. Over 85 area athletes are expected to attend. According to Jody Benson, coordinator for Androscoggin Area Special Olympics, “This is another opportunity for the Special Olympic Athletes of Androscoggin County to experience the sport of tennis and gain the skills needed to participate in competition in the future.