(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!
A New Season at Old Crow Ranch: Happy New year to all at MWS. And a thank you to all that purchased from and supported Old Crow Ranch in the 2011 season. We are all ready looking to the season ahead and as always are taking deposits on beef and pork. We also for a change of pace, and still dealing with frozen turkeys from the fair have Turkey Sausage and Ground Turkey for sale. The Sausage is a Country Sausage spiced with Basil, Parsley, Sage, salt and pepper. The Ground Turkey is all white meat and very lean. The Sausage is -$4.00/# and the Ground is - $3.50/#. If interested or looking for more info on any of our products please call Steve @ 837-8625 or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you, Old Crow Ranch. (01/31)
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Lost: On January 20th at Friday skating, we lost a child’s black balaclava. If anyone has found it, please call Nancy Goldberg, 865-1961. (01/31)
My name is Tyler in the ninth grade. I am collecting clean, used (grocery-type) plastic bags for my Boy Scout Eagle Project. I will have marked collection boxes at the high school and lower school offices and at the community hall. The bags will be recycled into sleeping mats for the homeless. Thank you. (01/31)
Magic Cabin Fairy Doll - Faye Fiddlefern, Magic Cabin's Spring Fairy is awaiting her new home! Faye is made from cotton skin stuffed with lambswool, wears her hair in Italian mohair curls (frizz, really), and dons clothing of silk, cotton and wool including a bodysuit, top, skirt, hat and boots. She is button-jointed for ease of movement. Originally sells for $89.98 plus $19.98 for accessory set (purse is missing). Asking $50 or best offer. Please call Beth at 871-1087. (01/24)
Home Services Offered: As a complement to my summer gardening business, I offer my indoor services: interior painting, plant and pet sitting (farm animals welcome), repotting houseplants, housecleaning, home cooking and babysitting. Single jobs welcomed. Experienced; references available: Kat Coriell, 926-3047 (MWS office manager, 1998-2000; my three sons are Merriconeag graduates) (01/24)
Sauerkraut is Ready: The Gnomes, Mother Earth, Father Sky and the Gartopf-crocks have expertly done their work. Lacto-fermented organic vegetables are now available to grace your table and palates. Lactic Acid fermentation produces salutary intestinal flora for promoting healthy digestion, absorption of nutrients and is a natural and traditional preservation of vegetables.
Have your children outgrown a small wooden play/work table? Please call if you would like to lend or donate such a table for Artistic Therapy at the school.Thank you. Lisa Edge, 642-4446 (01/17)
Anyone Interested in Skating on Friday Afternoons? I am writing to invite additional families to join the Friday Afternoon Skating group. Novices and experts welcome. We will be skating at the Family Ice Center on Hat Trick Drive in Falmouth (behind Wal-Mart on Route 1), every Friday afternoon from 1:40-2:40 (including vacation week) until March 23rd.
We currently have about 10 families signed up. It would be great fun (and make the cost per family cheaper) to get more families involved. You can pay one lump sum of $109.00 per family to skate all 10 weeks, or you can pay $12.00 per family to drop in any Friday - if you use the drop-in program, please think of all the good financial karma you will receive by actually paying the drop-in fee, thank you.
The Family Ice Center is now under new management and the rates for us to reserve the rink have gone up significantly. It now costs $225.00 per hour to rent the rink (last year it cost $175.00 per hour). If we get 20+ families to pay up front for skating we will be able to rent the rink until March 23rd (10 weeks). So if you are considering joining us, please do. If more money is raised than needed to reserve the rink until March 23rd, we will either add additional Fridays or I will refund the additional money equally between the families that paid the lump sum (a benefit for paying the lump sum). If we don’t raise enough to pay through March 23rd, I will reserve the rink for as many weeks as we can afford. I’ll be sure to let you all know what happens.
For those that are interested, please make a check out to me, Julia Dodge for a total of $109.00. You can leave your check with Lisa Mainella or Deeda Burgess (there are Skating envelopes in their offices) or give your check to me. Cash is welcome as well, but please do not leave cash in the envelopes, give the cash to me. For drop-ins, please pay me (NOT the rink manager) when you come to skate. Any questions, feel free to email or call me, Julia Dodge -- email@example.com 829-3738
Thank you and I hope to see you on the ice. It is lots of fun! Julia Dodge
Girls white figure skates, great condition, strong ankle support, sharp blades, size 5. $20
The 2012 MWS Babysitters List is now available. Please email Lisa Mainella, firstname.lastname@example.org, to request a copy of this invaluable list. (01/17)
Cristina Post is looking for Waldorf-friendly childcare for her daughter beginning in September of 2012. If you have any leads or recommendations, please pass them along! My email is email@example.com and my cell is 233-2564. Thanks so much! (1/17)
Tea & Play Sessions for Prospective Parents:
Tea & Play Sessions for
Wednesdays, Dec 11, 18
Early Childhood Center, 60 Desert Rd, Freeport
Prospective parents: Bring your child, share a cup of tea with us and learn more about our programs for young children. Storytime at 9:30. Registration is appreciated but drop-ins are welcome. For more info & to register: 207.865.3900, Ext 163 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Childhood Parent Evening:
Wed, Dec 11, 7:00 pm.
Tues. Dec 17, 6:30 p.m., Community Hall.
Wed, Dec 18, 5:30 p.m.
Freeport Performing Arts Center
30 Holbrook St., Freeport
Join us for a delightful evening of music. The concert begins at 5:30 and all students in grades 2-12 are expected to arrive no later than 5:15 with all necessary music and instruments. Upon arrival, students should bring their string and wind instruments backstage to the band rehearsal room.
(Students in 5 - 12 dress in black & white. Students in 3 & 4 may wear concert attire in festive colors. Gr 2 students wear their Santa Lucia attire.)
Fri, Dec 20, 11:00 am, Community Hall.
We warmly invite the entire community to join us to witness this simple, yet profound offering which speaks to what it means to be truly human.
Caroling in Downtown Freeport:
Fri, Dec 20, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. (Gather in front of the L.L. Bean boot at 5:00 pm)
Come spread the holiday cheer and represent the Merriconeag Community in downtown Freeport with an evening of caroling led by our Chorus Teacher, Chris Chasse. Singing books will be provided and you may want to bring head lamps. Be sure to dress warmly. Snow Note: If the weather is inclement, please check the MWS website for a cancellation notice.
Fri, Dec 20: 12:30 Dismissal for Grades 1 - 12
Mon, Dec 23 through Fri, Jan 3 School is closed for winter break.
Classes resume on Jan 6.