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Sunday, February 21, 2016

NO TITLE NEEDED!!!!


A PASTOR, A PRIEST, AND A RABBI WALKED INTO A BAR!



SUBMITTED BY:  GORDIE

Saturday, October 31, 2015

BDN: Halloween safety tips

Children attend a Halloween parade for in Los Angeles, California, Oct. 30, 2015.

Trick‐or‐treaters are reminded to do the following: 

A MUST READ: http://bangordailynews.com/2015/10/31/news/state/halloween-safety-tips/

Saturday, April 25, 2015

A Utah Wife Senses Her Husband Is In Trouble, She Gets Home Just In Time To Save His Life From..

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Fox 13 A woman in Saratoga Springs said she got a feeling Monday morning that her husband was in trouble. So she rushed home and ended up saving his life.

According to police, 43-year-old Scott Mayhew was inside his garage on North Taylor Street, working on his car, when the vehicle fell off the jack crushing the man’s chest.


TO READ MORE: http://gopthedailydose.com/2015/04/25/a-utah-wife-senses-her-husband-is-in-trouble-she-gets-home-just-in-time-to-save-his-life-from/

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Lisbon D.A.R.E. & Bicycle Coalition Offer Bike Ride‏

LISBON D. A. R. E. and Bicycle Coalition of Maine Offers Bike Ride Saturday, May 10


Lisbon School Department School Resource Officer, Jeff Picard (left) and Bicycle Bob Bruce from the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, offer bike safety tips to students Emma Tapley and Riece St. Amant.  Photo by Renee Bernard.  


The Lisbon D.A.R.E. Program is partnering with the Bicycle Coalition of Maine to offer a bike ride Saturday, May 10 at the Lisbon Wellness Fair.  The event is scheduled at the Lisbon Community School, 33 Mill Street, Lisbon from 10:30 to 12:30.  Weather permitting, the events during the day will be as follows:

10:30-10:45 – register for bike ride and door prizes
10:45 – 11:30 – pre-ride safety talk
11:30 – 12:15 – bicycle ride
12:15 – 12:30 – door prize drawings

Students should plan to bring their own bicycle and helmet to participate in the bike ride.  All participants in the bike ride will be entered for our door prizes.

Numerous door prizes will be awarded  – water bottles, bicycle horn, $25 gift certificate to Busytown Bikes and a gift certificate for a tune up at Busytown Bikes.  A raffle will also be held for a brand new bike!

In the event of inclement weather, the event will move inside to the gymnasium  and offer some bicycle safety and helmet fittings. 

FMI on other events, volunteer opportunities and partnership programs in Lisbon Schools visit the Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools on FaceBook or email mmillhime@lisbonschoolsme.org

Lisbon LCS Talent Show TOMORROW!‏

LISBON 5TH GRADERS PRESENT 7TH ANNUAL TALENT SHOW TOMORROW NIGHT!

Back Row Left to Right                                                           Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime.
Ms. Laurie Cincotta, Makayla Driscoll, Kyra Sylvain, Kylie Peoples, Mackenzie Bedford, Emma Tapley, Madison Ryder, Kolby Matthews, Damon Miller, Cameron Gilman, Amanda Bergin, Alexis Kaherl, Lynn Feely, Emma Willey, Courtney Bonsaint, Jyllian Bornalas, Megan Libby, Kali Feehan, Gage Bright, Mrs. Rimiller, Mr. Henry Eichman. 
Front Row Left to Right
Alexandra Conley, Chase Benner, Maxwell Boulet, Samantha Sitarz, Clariece St. Amant, Meredith Lane, Emma Skolfield, Brinley Hanson, Korey Paris, Justin Bernard, Gaige Elwell, Ariana Dagneault, Grace Blanchard, Emily Chapman, Alexis Griffin, Erin White, Leigha Walls, Adrian Blake, Justin Le.

Lisbon – Members of the fifth grade classes at Lisbon Community School will be presenting the Seventh Annual Talent Show on Friday, May 9.  Coached by Mrs. Donna Rimiller and Ms. Laurie Cincotta, fifth graders are given the opportunity to shine on stage! Come join us at the Lisbon Community School Cafetorium, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon at 6:00 p.m. and watch our brave and talented students perform! 

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Old man on a Harley


Note that old Hog is a KICK STARTER.
Never under estimate a shaggy old man on a rat Harley...
Even in Holland this old boy is a sleeper for sure....



Tuesday, April 10, 2012

H E L L O


Jerry Lee Lewis - Boogie Woogie Country Man


   


HELLO Like Before By Bill Withers


Did you know that a simple "HELLO" can be a sweet one? I received one recently from a friend through an e-mail. Here's what it said:
The word "HELLO" means:
H = How are you?
E = Everything all right?
L = Like to hear from you.
L = Love to see you soon.
O = Oh, and don't forget to write......
So, HELLO ............!
It has made me smile every time I say hello since then... So send this message to the people you care about and say HELLO to them!


 Submitted by: 'Ol Rufe'
 

Lisbon HS Dancing with Staff Finale 4.12‏

LISBON DANCING WITH THE STAFF FINALE THURSDAY, APRIL 12!


Lisbon – They won your hearts and your votes at Lisbon's Dancing with the Staff semi-final round held in March.  Mark your calendars to attend the finale of Lisbon High School's Drama Club and Class of 2013 fundraiser on Thursday, April 12.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m. show starts at 7:00 p.m.  All proceeds from the event benefit LHS students.  Pictured (l-r) are dancing partners Andy Knox and Melissa Martin; current champions Randy Ridley and Julie Wescott; and Zachary Longyear and Katie Dodge.  Audience participation will determine the winners of the coveted gold ball this year.  FMI visit us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.  Photo courtesy of Sandy Orr.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Lisbon HS Talent Show‏

LISBON’S GOT TALENT READY TO ROCK N’ ROLL!
  

Members of the Lisbon High School Tech Club have been busy performing the sound checks in preparation for the Lisbon Got Talent Show scheduled for Friday, March 30.  Pictured (l-r) Tech Hounds DJ Judd, Shayne Chubbuck and Ryan Buzzell.  The program of talent guarantees a show stopping performances. Photo courtesy of Monica Millhime.


Lisbon – The program for the Annual Lisbon Got Talent Show is ready to rock n’ roll this Friday, March 30 at Lisbon High School, 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls.  Sounds checks are completed, and performers are geared up to offer their audience a show filled with fun, laughter and an overall night to remember ‘cause Lisbon Got Talent!  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Show starts promptly at 7:00 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.  The event is open to the public and tickets are available at the door.  The $4 adult and $3 student admission proceeds benefit the Lisbon High School Tech Club.  Door prize raffle items donated by a number of community partners will be available throughout the evening.  FMI contact Paul Giggey at 353.3030 or email pgiggey@lisbonschoolsme.org.  Check us out on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools. 

Lisbon Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 1‏

Lisbon High School National Honor Society Planning Egg Hunt!


Lisbon – Members of the Lisbon High School National Honor Society are working in conjunction with the Town of Lisbon to host an Easter Egg Hunt.  The event is scheduled for Sunday, April 1 at the MTM Center in Lisbon Falls from 1 to 3 p.m.  rain or shine and is open to Lisbon families and students.   Come join the hopping good fun and games, prizes and refreshments, the more the merrier.  FMI contact call 353.3030.  Visit us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools. 

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Lisbon is Going to Have a Night of Laughter with Bob Marley‏

LISBON BOOSTERS PLAN A NIGHT WITH BOB MARLEY!


Lisbon – New England’s King of Comedy  comedian, Bob Marley, will be appearing at Lisbon High School, 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon Falls on Thursday, April 26 at 7 p.m. The event is sponsored by the LHS Athletic Boosters.  Tickets are $15 each.   Tickets available through Booster members, Lisbon High School, Tangles Hair Salon, Good Time Lanes, Drapeau’s Costumes and Hairs to You.  FMI visit www.greyhoundboosters.com or find us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.  


Lisbon HS American Sign Language Talent Show‏

LISBON HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE TALENT SHOW SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 28!

Lisbon – The annual Lisbon High School American Sign Language Talent Show featuring Lisbon High School students and Ricky Smith is scheduled for Saturday, April 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the LHS Gymnasium, 2 Sugg Drive, Lisbon.  Cost $5 and/or donations.  Tickets will be sold at the door. 



 Ricky Smith


“Ricky Smith is Deaf and has delighted audiences around the world for over 38 years as a professional mime.  He was a student of Marcel Marceau and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America and Real People.  A tour in Japan included a performance at the Hiroshima Memorial.”  FMI visit Ricky Smith go to www.rickysmithmime.net

This is a community and student sponsored event.  Current gold sponsors include Lisbon Credit Union and Lisbon Emergency, Inc.  All monies will go toward next year’s ASL event.  Donations will help us achieve future success with inviting special guests.

FMI contact Gail Carlson @ gcarlson@lisbonschoolsme.org or call 353.3030.  VP (866.948.6434).  Find us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools. 


 

Monday, February 13, 2012

LCS Second Graders Send Hearts to Seniors‏

LISBON SECOND GRADERS SEND HEARTS TO SENIORS

 Pictured (l-r) front row:   Cody Tardif, Addisen Turcotte, Erin Harlow, Zachary Kulow, Andrew Wilcox, Uriah Carver;
second row: Nick Ferrence, Paige Brawn, Madyson Ramsey, Luke Scribner, Caleb Coburn; back row: McKenzie Ventry, Sarah Pitcher, Acadia Rugullies, Wyatt Perron, Megan Belanger, Jessica Wile
Missing from photo: Annika Golino.  Photo by Chris Cormier.


Lisbon - Students in Mrs. Chris Cormier's second grade class at Lisbon Community School once again participated in the Hearts for Seniors Project for the residents at the Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility in Lisbon.  Students volunteered their time to make special Valentines for the residents at the nursing home.  This is the seventh year students in Mrs. Cormier’s class assisted with the project.  “The students love making the connections in the community with our seniors.  They make their Valentine’s very unique and many of my students include poems and other messages with their Valentine cards,” shares Cormier. For more information on classroom partnerships at Lisbon Community School contact Monica Millhime, Community Resources by calling 754-0021 or email mmillhime@lisbonschoolsme.org.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Lisbon Community School Presents Get Up & Grow!‏

Members of the fourth grade at Lisbon Community School are busy rehearsing for their Annual Drama production. Working under the director Laurie Adams,  students will be ready when the curtain goes up opening night on Friday, February 3.   Pictured (l-r) David Poulin, Charlee Cox, Carolyn Shane, Abby Lebel, Lena Couture, Destinee Miller, Megan Ross, Aubrey Huntington, Siara Martin, Elise Smith, Eva Deveau, Jack Tibbetts.  Not available for photo Katie Scroggins.  Photo by Pamela Shane.

Lisbon - Lisbon Community Schools' Drama Club will be performing “Get Up and Grow” a play in a day on anti-bullying by Jill and Michael Gallina. The inspirational play in a day encourages the children to grow up healthy and with good values. Members of the LCS and PWS staff, the LCS Parent Teachers Organization along with the student’s parents and community volunteers assisted with the production.  Curtain goes up in the LCS Cafetorium, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon on Friday, February 3 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, February 4 at 1 p.m.  Donations accepted at the door.  FMI call 353.4132 or visit us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools or email mmillhime@lisbonschoolsme.org.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Lisbon Student Give Gift of Song‏

Lisbon Students Give the Gift of Song to Residents at Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility


  Lisbon students, staff and parent volunteers provided residents of the Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility with a night of holiday songs of the season.  Pictured front row: (l-r) Emma Wilson, Zekeriah Mason, Giana Russo,  Carolyn Shane, Timber Mattson, Levi Levesque, Vanessa Bussiere, Connor Craig, Grace Tibbetts, Emily Moran; second row: Charlee Cox, Emma DiGregorio, Morgan Roy, Devin Wordell, Joey Frederick, Sydney Plourde, Emily St. Pierre, Peyton Gosselin, Olivia Clark, Christian Grover, Matt Moran, Lisa Caron; back row:  Jonathan Pollock, Jack Caron, Tiffany Hursh, Sarah Giraldo, Kristianna Benoit, Maxine Shane, Sierra Crosby, Lorean Reed, Cassidy Dall, Jessica Call, Abigail Roy, Natalie Thomsen, Monica Millhime and Ryan Patrie.  Photo courtesy of Kathi Yergin.

Lisbon – On Wednesday, November 30 a group of students from Lisbon Community School, Philip W. Sugg Middle School and Lisbon High School provided a night of Christmas Caroling at the Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility in Lisbon.  The Lamp’s Activity Director, Richelle Niles, welcomed the carolers and expressed her thanks to students on behalf of the residents and staff for their gift of kindness by providing an evening of holiday cheer.  “Our students were thrilled to present this program for the third year,” comments Lisbon’s Community Resource  Coordinator, Monica Millhime.   “Thanks to the galvanized efforts by LCS Assistant Principal, Ryan Patrie, and PWS Music Teacher, Jonathan Pollack, and a number of Lisbon adult volunteers, students throughout the Lisbon School District were able to share a memorable evening with the residents.”  “Lisbon is a wonderful community of sharing and caring students, parents, educators and community folks,” shared Millhime.  FMI on additional community events call 754-0021 or email mmillhime@lisbonschoolsme.org. Like us on FaceBook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools. 


 Great Job Everyone, Thank You and Merry Christmas to ALL!!!
From all of us to all of you!

Friday, October 28, 2011

Happy Halloween!

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Haven't played this for many, many moon's!!
TIC-TAC-TOE you need sound.

YOU GOTTA TRY THIS AT LEAST ONCE! IT'S GREAT.

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 Have a Great Weekend!
Submitted by: "Pappy"

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta



DAMARISCOTTA PUMPKINFEST AND REGATTA    

 WHEN: Oct. 2 through Oct. 11.
WHERE: Various locations in Damariscotta, Newcastle and Nobleboro.
HOW MUCH: Most events free.
FOOD OPTIONS: Area restaurants will be preparing and selling pumpkin-centric menus. Area groups will also be selling from outdoor booths.
PARKING: Parking and shuttle available on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 9-10, at Lincoln Academy parking lot and Great Salt Bay School. Maine Eastern Railroad train service between the festival and Brunswick.
DON'T MISS: The pumpkin chunkin rivalry on Saturday; Sunday's pumpkin boat regatta; and Monday's pumpkin drop.
KID-FRIENDLY FACTOR: They'll have a hard time deciding what they liked best: the hands-on carving and games or those monster pumpkins being dropped onto targets.
BENEFIT: Event proceeds benefit Pumpkinfest. Giant pumpkin sponsorships benefit area nonprofit organizations -- chosen by the growers -- and Pumpkinfest. Pumpkin Drop raffle tickets raise money for the Lincoln County Energy Heating Fund.
IN CASE OF BAD WEATHER: The Pumpkinfest goes on.

Submitted by: Rufus