Senior Fitness is Back

Submitted by Sethen on September 25, 2018 - 8:10pm

Senior Fitness is back!
Starting October 2
The 8 week session will be held Tuesdays 9:30-10:15 
At the Milo Town Hall

Three Rivers Ambulance is Hiring!

Submitted by Sethen on September 25, 2018 - 8:08pm

Milo Fire Dept: Fire Prevention Week Open House

Submitted by Sethen on September 25, 2018 - 8:04pm

Sebec: Church Supper

Submitted by Sethen on September 23, 2018 - 9:07pm

Penquis Homecoming 2018

Submitted by Sethen on September 22, 2018 - 10:12pm

Homecoming is next weekend(Saturday, September, 29th)! We will start Spirit Week on Monday, September 24th. All attire must be school appropriate and fall within the dress code requirements spelt out within the student handbook.

Brownville Elementary Art Classes

Submitted by Sethen on September 22, 2018 - 10:11pm

In art classes the last couple of weeks the 4th grade students all had a hand in painting the different parts to this mural. The message is powerful! A great message for our Brownville Bear family. 

In case the colors are hard to distinguish it reads:
Some kids are smarter than you. Some kids have cooler clothes than you. Some kids are better at sports than you. It doesn’t matter. 

Be the kid who can get along. 
Be the kid who is generous
Be the kid who does the right thing. 
Be the kid who is happy for others. Be the nice kid.

Home Boys: The Bissell brothers take their cult beers to the woods.

Linked from: DownEast Magazine
Submitted by Sethen on September 22, 2018 - 11:24am
By Joel Crabtree
Photographs by Mark McCall

Why the heck did Bissell Brothers Brewing — arguably Portland’s buzziest, busiest, most-poised-to-explode craft brewery — just open its second location in Milo, in the north woods, population 2,000ish and shrinking? At the main brewery and taproom at Thompson’s Point, fans routinely line up hours early for much-hyped can releases of Bissell’s hoppy, hazy New England–style IPAs. Since 2013, when it was founded by brothers Noah and Peter Bissell, the brewery has gone from turning out 550 to 8,000 barrels a year, making it the state’s sixth-largest brewery by volume. A second location seemed imminent. But, um, Milo?

“We just knew that if we were going to do another brewery, it had to be in our hometown,” Peter explained recently, walking around what’s now known as Bissell Brothers Three Rivers. A former snowmobile shop, the new space has a vaulted ceiling crisscrossed by strands of bistro lights, graffitied walls, and a metal-frame loft for extra seating. Spruce Mill... Read More

Penquis Valley Craft & Vendor Fair

Submitted by Sethen on September 21, 2018 - 4:40pm

Color Milo returns Oct. 6

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on September 21, 2018 - 4:31pm

Staff, Piscataquis Observer • September 19, 2018

MILO — The 2018 Color Milo Run/Walk will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, rain or shine. The start/finish for Color Milo 2018 will be at the Milo Elementary School parking lot, 18 Belmont Street. This is not a timed event or a race.

Registration/check in starts at 8 a.m. for early birds and at 10 a.m. the event kicks off. There will be four color stations — one at about each half mile of the route. The final color station will be at the finish line. All participants and volunteers must fill out an entry form and sign the event waiver. The color used is biodegradable but meant to stain so please, wear clothing that you don’t mind being stained.

Come in your craziest outfits, fun hats, colored socks, tutus, etc. The photo station will be set up again this year. We encourage people to take before and after pics in front of the Color Milo banner and to share your favorites with your family and friends and on... Read More

Sebec resident awarded Coast Guard Foundation scholarship

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on September 21, 2018 - 4:31pm

Staff, Piscataquis Observer • September 20, 2018

STONINGTON, Conn. — The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education and welfare of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced that it has awarded a record-breaking 177 new scholarships in 2018 for a combined $500,000 in support. In the 28 years of this program, the Coast Guard Foundation has paid out more than $5.1 million to more than 960 college-aged young adults to help the families of Coast Guard members achieve their goals of higher education.

Among the award recipients is Clayton Carroll, son of Senior Chief Petty Officer Daniel Carroll, of Sebec. The younger Carroll is a student at Maine Maritime Academy and he is a Foxcroft Academy graduate.

The Coast Guard Foundation Scholarships benefit the children of enlisted men and women who are serving or have served in the U.S.Coast Guard, whether active duty, reserve, retired or deceased.

“The children of the brave... Read More