(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!
Do you need some alterations done or have an unfinished project that has been laying around for too long?
Young Couple Seeking Housing - Creative and Flexible: My partner, Tim Manney, and I are seeking housing come May 1st. We are responsible renters, and extremely flexible, open to work trade (extensive vegetable gardening, carpentry, landscaping and childcare experience), and do not need much space. Ideally we are looking for a 1-2 bedroom small place (cabins, tents, yurts possible during warm months) with nearby space for Tim's chairmaking woodshop. We are hoping to rent a place near Merriconeag, or closer to/in Portland, and would be delighted to find a spot on or near a farm. If you are interested in renting, know of some housing leads, or a space for a woodshop, we would love to hear from you! My contact is: firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can find me in Early Childhood, or the After-Aftercare Program. Thanks! (02/07)
Wanted: Two free standing lamps for After-Aftercare so we can create a space conducive to quiet reading time.
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 email@example.com 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)
Fri, Oct 3, 1:30 pm,
All parents are welcome to witness the fruits of our morning work. If it is sunny weather we will be outside on the Desert Road Campus. If it is raining, you will find us in the Community Hall.
MS XC Race :
Fri, Oct 3, MS XC Race at Scarborough, 4:15 & 4:45 pm.
HS XC Race :
Sat, Oct 4, The Festival of Champions in Belfast - which will see over 1800 runners on the course throughout the day! Click on link below for race details.
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.