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click here to view the 2016 crafters
August 18, 2016
Kathy Rugg pictured with some 68 backpacks, all new, filled with school supplies and ready to be delivered to the Rochester Middle School and elementary schools in the area. Club members Barbara Wilson and Cathy Lynch assisted Kathy in assembling the bags. Lorraine barrows filled her car to the brim and made the deliveries prior to the open of school.
Paul Hughes named 2016 Citizen of the Year, presented by Alison Mann, GFWC Greenland member.
From the many nominations submitted, Mr. Paul Hughes was selected as Greenland’s Citizen of the Year. Cited for his “diligent and dedicated service to the town,” Paul was nominated by several people for sharing his years of research and writings on the town history. He has recorded and preserved many interesting facts about the town, the homes in it, the rich history of our heritage here and many well-documented ancestry lines.
Paul’s interest in the town history continued the early work collected and researched by his father (Citizen of the year in 1984) and expanded it. He compiled a chronological history of the town and this collection is available for all to use at the Weeks Public Library. People seeking the history of their home in town or of ancestry are directed to the library or to the town office, where they can find a wealth of information, all thanks to Mr. Hughes.
His nomination letters cited his willingness to help and his interest in seeking information in response to personal inquiries. “His extensive library, superb language and knowledge of former citizens is amazing…He is also a good will ambassador for the town. With his extensive knowledge of Greenland, Paul has given the town a legacy that will remain when all of us have departed.”
For these many contributions, Paul Hughes was awarded the 2016 Citizen of the Year recognition by the Greenland Women’s Club at the first of this summer’s concerts at the bandstand. Congratulations, Paul, and thank you for your many efforts on behalf of the citizens of Greenland!
Submitted by Lorraine Barrows, GFWC Greenland member
This weekend is the 7th annual Ride for Help & Hope. There is a new route, & things to do even if you do not ride. For more information click here
To learn more about the Delta Knghts of Portland ME Click here
Join us for a morning of kayaking with the great base stewards! Come paddle the bay as the Osprey and Heron fly overhead. Experience the bay from a different perspective and learn about this unique, highly adaptable ecosystem. This Interactive kayak trip is free for Great Bay Stewards members and will be a great way to connect with other members in the seacoast area. Kayaks and all gear will be provided if needed, as well as coffee and refreshments! Don’t miss this free guided tour of the bay.
Date: August 27 8:30 AM through 12 PM
Location: Great Bay Discovery Center
Cost: free for members, $35 for nonmembers
call Colleen at 603-778-0015 to register
Thank you to the American Veterinary Medical Association & Jan Null, CCM; Department of Geosciences, the chart below shows even a comfortable 70 degree day with the windows “cracked” for a prolonged period can be dangerous for our furry kids. If you love your Dog/pet(s) leave them home in a comfortable environment with water during this heat wave.
For more information about pets in vehicles visit the American Veterinary Medical Association by clicking the link. Click Here
Join us at the Greenland Band Stand tonight at 5:30pm. They are sure to make you feel like dancing!