The Milo Historical Society is very pleased to announce that they are the recent recipients of a historic piece of Milo property. W. Lawrence Doble, father of Jane Doble Annis, operated a blacksmith shop on this site for many years and a few long time residents of Milo remember the the building that stood into the mid twentieth century. The children of Jane Doble Annis, Eric Lawrence Annis and Lorinda Annis Schrager, have donated the former site of the Doble Blacksmith Shop to the Milo Historical Society. The small lot is located on the shore of the Sebec River; just past the West Main Street bridge, adjacent to the dam, and across the street from the Joseph P. Chaisson Post 41 American Legion Hall. It is a relatively small but scenic lot, that has been kept maintained to a limited extent over the years by conscientious citizens.
The Milo Fire Department Auxiliary will be holding a car wash
The Milo Historical Society invites you to our program: Local Authors, Past and Present
Please take a few minutes and read the accompanying pdf and png files.
Our area, like the rest of the state, is facing the possibility of significant changes
Dessert and Entertainment at the Brownville Community Church
The Park Street United Methodist Church will hold its Annual Strawberry Festival at the church
The 27th Annual Quilt Show will be held Saturday, July 19,
Click on the link above to see the Press Release from Gardner Construction Enterprises, LLC about the Whetstone Brook Bridge Replacement.