Milo Library News
Milo Free Public Library News Article
by Rochelle Williams
Bangor Savings Bank Foundation has started its annual grant making initiative, Community Matters More.Through this charitable program, the bank offers all Maine residents the opportunity to weigh in on how best to allocate $100,000 it has pledged to 68 non-profit organizations. The voting period takes place during the month of February, with winners announced in April. The Milo Library will be a write in on the ballot. You can either come into the library and cast your vote or vote online at www.bangor.com/cmm. We at the library would appreciate your vote. Thank you in advance.
We are adding to our magazine collection the following:
The Family Handyman and the Herb Quarterly
Hopefully both will be useful to our patrons.
NOW – for some of the New Books that have arrived:
Kristin Von Kreisler An Unexpected Grace
Hiraide Takashi The Guest Cat
Robert Knott Robert B. Parker’s Bull River
Lisa Gardner Fear Nothing
Dick Wolf The Execution
Tom Clancy Command Authority
Robin Cook Cell
Laura Childs Eggs In A Casket
Julie Kramer Delivering Death
Bernard Cornwell The Pagan Lord
Jennifer Chiaverini Mrs. Lincoln’s Rival
Sue Monk Kidd The Invention of Wings
Martha Grimes The Way Of All Fish
Anna Quindlen Still Life With Bread Crumbs
Lisa Unger In The Blood
Fern Michaels Forget Me Not
Stuart Woods Standup Guy
Jane Ann Krentz River Road
James Patterson First Love
Robert Gates Duty (Memoirs of a Secretary at War)
Charles Todd Hunting Shadows
Mary Jane Clark The Old Black Magic
Suzanne Brockmann Do or Die
James Patterson Private L.A.
Phillip Margolin Worthy Brown’s Daughter
More new books are on their way.
Questions!! Call 943-2612 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter hours in effect
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
1 PM – 7 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - Noon
Linked from: Bangor Daily News
A reminder that ITS82S is closed due to logging !
Trail is closed at the junction of 82/83 on the back side of Schoodic to Milo.
Access to Milo can be done via the Lakeview Trail into Brownville..then get on the 110 connector to Milo/Sebec.
Bangor Savings Bank is offering a simple way to show some love for your favorite non-profits during the month of February and all it takes is a bit of your time. We are looking to you, our community, to assist us in distributing $100,000 to charitable organizations in Maine. Last year, more than 80,000 of you supported non-profits of all types and sizes by voting in the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation’s Community Matters More grant-making initiative.
A total of 68 grants will be awarded to the organizations listed on the ballot and to the top 20 write-in recipients. The organizations in each of the eight regions (including write-ins) that get the most votes will receive $5,000 each. The remaining 60 organizations will each receive $1,000.
The 2014 Community Matters More voting takes place during the month of February, beginning February 1 and ending February 28. Winners will be announced in April.
It’s easy to vote for your favorite non-profits by visiting Community Matters More or stopping by any of our 57 branches statewide.
A complete list of voting guidelines and eligibility requirements for write-in nominations are available at www.bangor.com/cmm.
The success of this annual initiative is made possible because of the commitment Mainers have to their communities and the important role non-profits play in our state.
As Maine’s largest independent bank, Bangor Savings Bank is committed to being a strong community partner and a good neighbor throughout Maine.
We need your help to make Community Matters More a success, so please cast your votes today!
Bangor Savings Bank Foundation
Now is the time to click on the title for more information about a very helpful spay/neuter clinic special in February.
Four years ago Michael Beach began searching for the stories of the Oklahoma soldiers who are buried overseas. Recently however, he began the search for as many of the stories as he could find of soldiers from all around the United States.
From the Maine.gov website:
From the Maine IFW website"
"Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont have entered into an agreement allowing for a reciprocal snowmobile riding weekend in all three states which includes the preceding Friday. The dates are January 31st through February 2nd, 2014.