(Most items are published for two weeks.)
MWS continues to recycle all toner cartridges and cell phones, just bring them to either office. Storage is easier if toner boxes are recycled at home. Thank you!
Willow Pond Farm Apples are Back: Starting this Friday, September 30, apples will be delivered to Merriconeag's Early Childhood Center on Fridays before 11:30am. Orders must be placed with Willow Pond Farm (email@example.com) by Thursday noon. Please leave payment in envelope in Early Childhood Office PRIOR to delivery.
McIntosh and Cortland Fancy: peck $10, half bushel $17
McIntosh Utility: half bushel $9, bushel $15
Cider- no preservatives, not pasteurized - Gallon $5.25, half gallon $3.25
Jill Agnew, Willow Pond Farm, 395 Middle Road,
Sabattus, Maine 04280, 207-375-6662
Have you outgrown your Legos? We are just the right size! If you have extra parts and pieces that your child is willing to sell, give or trade please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking for fire, space, pirate... (genres for an 8 year old boy).(11/15)
22nd Annual Ski Sale, Saturday, November 19, 9:00 am - noon, sponsored by the Yarmouth Ski Club at Yarmouth Elementary School, 121 McCartney Street. Click here to view the flyer. (11/15)
Holiday Dresses for sale: Girls' size 7, Sara Lane flower girl's (or Easter) dress, pale pink silk sleeveless top, pearl buttons down the back, white tafetta skirt with netted petticoat, pale pink/creamy white silk flower sash and white tie back. Has been dry cleaned. Bought at The Dancing Elephant for $120, will sell for $30.
Hanna Andersson size 150, deep plum tafetta dress with black/plum embroidered sash. Beautiful, never worn. $15.
Hanna Andersson size 160, black velvet top/red plaid bottom dress with red satin sash. Worn once. $15.
Please call Beth if interested, 871-1087. (11/15)
Looking for a gently used wooden sword and shield: We are looking for a wooden sword and (possibly) shield. The sword is the item most desired. Please let us know if you have one your child is no longer using. Thanks. Deb Midgette, 729-7270, email@example.com (11/15)
Brand New Nordic Ski Jacket For Sale: Sport Hill Symmetry Jacket, Zone 3 -- cold windy days 0 - 40 F, Red-Black,
AKOSUA by Regina Kusche in-home holiday show; please come and see many of my new designs:
Local and not so Local. Last Call for Beef from Old Crow Ranch for the 2011 Season: The last slaughter dates are in December so if you are interested in purchasing freezer beef for the winter please call Steve @ 207-837-8625. Since the holidays are upon us. We also have some frozen turkey’s leftover from the Fryeburg Fair. They were purchased from a farm in Pennsylvania for the fair and we did not use them all. They are regular Turkeys but much better than a Butter Ball. They are between 25 and 27 #’s and we are only asking $40.00 a piece. If interested please call Steve at the number above and we can deliver right to the school. Thank you, Steve and the gang at Old Crow Ranch. (11/08)
G 12 to Hermit Island for Marine Biology:
Sun, Sept 14 - Fri, Sept 15. Merriconeag seniors join seniors from other eastern seaboard Waldorf schools for a week of Marine Biology at beautiful Hermit Island.
Tues, Sept 16, 6:15 pm
G 2, 5, & 6 Parent Evenings:
Wed, Sept 17, 7:00 pm.
MS XC Race :
Thurs, Sept 18, MS XC race at Gull Crest Field in Cape Elizabeth. Cape hosts Merriconeag, Greely, Jordan Small (Raymond), and Waynflete. Boys run at 4 pm, girls at 4:30. Come on out and cheer for our middle school teams!
HS XC Race :
Fri, Sept 19. HS XC race at Freeport. Freeport hosts Merriconeag, Poland and York. Boys race at 4:30, girls at 5. We hope to see you there!
Class Photo Day:
Tues, Sept 23. (Rain date: Wed, Sept 24)
G 7 Parent Evening:
Tues, Sept 23, 7:00 pm - Grade 7 Parent Evening.
The Gift of a Commercial-Free Childhood:
Wed, Oct 8, 7 pm.
Community Hall, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
Donation at the door.
Dr. Susan Linn, Director of The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood & Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School will discuss the commercialization of childhood and ways to protect our children.