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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!

Waldorf mom and daughter are joyfully looking for a new place to live.
Looking for a place to live between Bath and Portland (could include Peaks Island). Ideally the closer to Merriconeag the better! I am a professional woman in her early 40's. with a nine year old daughter who lives with me half time. I am interested in renting a small home, sharing a home or farm, or renting a 'mother in law' apartment or carriage house, cottage living situation. I prefer a country setting but can be flexible.

     I am also interested in a care taking situation and have excellent skills for this. I have owned and renovated a 1790s farm house, have extensive experience at interior painting and I am the former owner of a garden/landscape company. Capable of garden design, installation and maintenance, including lawns, shrubs and small trees. Would consider a lease to own situation, and willing and able to commit to a one year lease. Also willing and able to help with farm work, animals, and vegetable gardening.

     Looking for 2 bedrooms, in a clean and bright living situation. Access to biking, water, areas for running and walking a plus. Could rent as early as mid May or as late as mid August/September. Ideally a dog would be able to visit and we could bring my easy going outdoor cat.

     I can provide excellent professional and personal references. We would like to grow some food, and spend time outside. We are artistic, quiet, clean, responsible, respectful, not big tv watchers and are excellent stewards of any place we live. Please contact Heidi at 844 0561, hrandall@hyde.edu (04/24)

Do you have an old-to-you/new-to-us digital cameral laying around? If so, MWS could use one. The camera used by the office for the past 10 years, is no longer functioning well. Thank you! Lisa Mainella, Grade School office (04/10)

 

Australorp Rooster free to a good home (or pot), affectionately named "Lorpy".
He dutifully protects his flock, has a resounding vibrato and has sired some lovely chicks, but is not reliable around small children. aheyburn@hotmail.com 725-8865 (04/10)