Milo Memorial Day Parade 2014

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 25, 2014 - 8:01pm

Monday morning assembly for all those folks wanting to march in Milo's Memorial Day Parade show up and park at 9:00 am.
Cub scouts, Girl Scouts, band, color guard etc. will assemble in the order the Parade Marshall puts them.
Veterans from any veterans organization, or not a member of such, will be welcomed to walk the walk.
Parade commences at 10:00 am. 
First stop for sea casualties at Sebec River Bridge.
WG Sinclair, Adjutant — at Joseph P. Chaisson American Legion Post 41.


Brownville PD: EBAY HACKED ! ~ Users please change passwords !

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 24, 2014 - 8:34pm

May 21, 2014 - eBay Inc. announced this morning that it has sustained a hacking attack that has compromised user information for “a large number of accounts” including emails, addresses and dates of birth. The eBay data base that was affected also includes physical addresses and phone numbers. The company discovered the breach two weeks ago but believes the hack occurred between late February and early March.

So far, the company says it has not found any sign that financial or credit card information was compromised or that the attack involved PayPal. The company spokesperson indicated that they believe that a “large number of accounts” were involved. The company is working with law enforcement to investigate the hacking incident.

eBAy said in a statement that the attack occurred through employee accounts that became compromised, allowing unauthorized access to eBay’s corporate network. According to an eBay spokesperson, “For the time being, we cannot comment on the specific number of accounts impacted. However, we believe there may be a large number of accounts involved and we are asking all eBay users to change their passwords."

Maine Identity Services LLC offers its services to victims of identity theft and data breaches. For questions or assistance contact Maine Identity Services, LLC by calling 1-855-463-4343 or by visiting the company’s website at: www.meidhelp.com


Medical marijuana’s economic impact growing in Maine

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 22, 2014 - 2:54pm
Linked from: Bangor Daily News

PCSWCD Opens Registration for Natural Resource and Agriculture Summer Camps

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 22, 2014 - 2:53pm
Linked from: Bangor Daily News

May Milo Library News Article

Milo Library News
Submitted by Annette Banker on May 21, 2014 - 4:04pm

Milo Free Public Library

News Article

by Rochelle Williams

May, 2014

 

Ongoing Book Sale!!

There is a nice variety to choose from of authors and subjects (suspense, romance, mystery, etc.).  We also have some non-fiction on various subjects.  These books reside downstairs in a bookcase and also on tables with a comfy chair to sit and peruse what might interest you.  We have a small selection of children’s books as well.  Paperbacks are a dime each and hardbacks are a quarter each or 5 for one dollar.  Come check it out.  You never know what you might find.

 

We are introducing three magazines that are new to the library which are:

         Woman’s Day

         Vegetarian Times

         Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors

 

This year’s Summer Reading Program is coming up fast.  The science based theme title is ‘Fizz Boom Read’ which is going to be a blast.  Take note of the following program dates which will also be published at the Milo and Brownville Elementary schools.

         Sign-up Week:  June 16th thru 20th

         Program:  June 23rd thru July 25th

         Final Party: Friday, July 25th at 10:00 AM in Milo Town Hall Dining Room

 

NOW – for some of the New Books that have arrived:

 

Charles Krauthammer           Things That Matter

Cynthia Harrod-Eagles          Hard Going

Eric Weiner                         The Geography of Bliss                                                                         

Olen Steinhauer                   The Cairo Affair

Debbie Macomber                Blossom Street Brides

Fern Michaels                      A Family Affair

Amanda Quick                     Otherwise Engaged

Stuart Woods                      Carnal Curiosity

Nevada Barr                         Destroyer Angel

Nick Trout                           Dog Gone, Back Soon

Nora Roberts                       The Collector                                                                            

Elizabeth Lowell                   Night Diver

Julia Glass                          And The Dark Secret Night

Mary Higgins Clark               I’ve Got You Under My Skin

Lisa Scottoline                     Keep Quiet

Iris Johansen                       Live To See Tomorrow

David Baldacci                     The Target

Mary Kay Andrews               Irish Eyes

Bill O’Reilly                         The Last Days of Jesus

John Sanford                       Field of Prey

Greg Iles                             Natchez Burning

Ace Atkins                          Robert B. Parker’s Cheap Shot

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Sebec: Bean Supper, May 24

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 20, 2014 - 2:32pm

Sebec Village Community Church is making a Bean Supper on Saturday, May 24.
Serving from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the church.
Adults $ 7.00   Children  $ 3.50


Semi-Formal Red Carpet Dance

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 20, 2014 - 1:03pm

Annual Semi-Formal dance for grades 6, 7, and 8
Saturday, May 24, at Milo Town Hall from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Admission is $6.00 per person or $10.00 per couple.
Refreshments will be served.
Once you enter the dance, you will not be allowed to leave. If you leave, you will not be allowed back into the dance.
FMI: call Jessica Atkinson at 207.717.7257


Brownville Spring Cleanup Days, May 20 and 21

Submitted by Izzy Warren on May 20, 2014 - 9:18am

Town of Brownville Spring Cleanup Days are May 20 and 21 !
Tuesday, May 20, west side of the river
Wednesday, May 21, east side of the river
Regular trash days stay the same.
Please be aware of the items that are not acceptable:
~ Demolition or construction debris from building and roadway projects or locations
~ Tree stumps
~ Abandoned/ junk vehicles
~ White goods such as freezers, refrigerators, washing machines, etc.
~ E waste including all electronic devices
~ Liquid wastes or sludge
~ Hazardous waste including waste oil
~ Biohazardous waste including dead animals/animal parts
FMI or questions contact Brownville Town Office, 207.965.2561

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