• Get the gold for the garden

    Compost Day at Thomaston Dog Park, June 4

    Give a boost to the garden and the Thomaston Dog Park on Saturday, June 4, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and pick up screened organic compost from Joe March, the Black Dirt Guy. Bags will be supplied or take a container and pack it full.

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  • Industrial Arts

    Eva Murray: Search and Rescue

    Maine is the most heavily-forested state in the U.S., and is considered to have the oldest population, on average.

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  • Register to compete, or join in for the camaraderie May 30

    Atlantic Engine Company 2 is official host of Murph Challenge 2016

    CAMDEN — Atlantic Engine Company No. 2 is an official host this year of the Murph Challenge, to be held at Camden-Rockport Middle School on Memorial Day, May 30.

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  • May 27 grand opening in Reny’s Plaza

    Local mom launches Kids Unplugged play center in Belfast

    BELFAST — Most people know Lee Parent as a graphic designer as well as a mother to two daughters. For someone who works so heavily with technology, it might be surprising to some that her new entrepreneurial venture, a play center called Kids Unplugged, is entirely free of technology.

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  • French and Webb...

    Belfast boatbuilder to launch ‘Webfoot’ at public champagne celebration

    BELFAST — French and Webb invites the community to its Memorial Day weekend celebration and champagne launching of Webfoot, a custom-made classic wooden power yacht that they’ve been building in its Belfast shop on the waterfront over the past two years.

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    Camden Rotary Little League boosters

    LINCOLNVILLE — The Camden Rotary Club members recently visited a pre-game warm-up at Lincolnville Central School to show their support for the Camden Rotary baseball team and the Five Town Little League. The team displays their Rotary banner at every game.


    Rehabilitating Maine's Rivers and Streams: Restoring our rivers one by one

    BELFAST — Welcome Downeast Salmon Federation, executive director, Dwayne Shaw to the Belfast Free Library, June 1 at 6:30 p.m., for an examination of how Yankee resourcefulness and determination can rebuild and maintain a fisheries mecca on New England's northern border and bold coast.

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  • HEAlth, food, stress and more addressed through the month

    June event schedule from PBMC and WCGH

    June events provided by the Penobscot Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital. Most events require preregistration so look at the dates of the events and get registered before space runs out.

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  • The Track at Camden Hills

    PBMC and WCGH Cardiac Rehab 5K Walk

    ROCKPORT — The Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital invites you to walk Sunday, May 22 at 10 a.m. for the fifth annual celebration of wellness and success of our cardiac rehab patients. All are welcome and invited to the walk.

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  • Alicia Gaiero from Belfast one of the winners

    Hood Milk sportsmanship scholarship winners recognized in Boston

    LYNNFIELD, MA. — Hood Has Provided $630,000 in college scholarships Since 2010. HP Hood, New England's leading dairy processor, awarded 18 high school seniors with a $5,000 Hood Milk sportsmanship scholarship.

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  • Tennis Camps to improve your skills

    MRC offers youth summer tennis camps

    ROCKPORT — The Midcoast Recreation Center in Rockport is busy preparing for its youth summer tennis camp season. Running from mid-June until the end of August these weekly camps offer opportunities for kids of all ages and experience levels.

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    High School roundup - May 19

    The second half of the season is underway for most high school spring sports and teams are starting to look at each game as important as they cocky for a berth in the upcoming playoffs for each sport.

    Here are some recent game results and recaps sent to the Pen Bay Pilot.

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    Jammer soccer camp to kick off July 18-22

    ROCKPORT — Windjammer boys' varsity soccer coach Ryan Hurley will be hosting a soccer camp for boys and girls entering grades 3-8.

    Jammer Camp is open to players from far and near and will be held July 18-22 running from 9 a.m. to noon daily at Camden Hills Regional High School.

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    Prevent Lyme and Tick-borne Diseases

    BELFAST — The Destination Wellness Series on May 23, from noon to 1 p.m.

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  • P.A.W.S. Adoption Center holds first Belfast Parade

    BELFAST — Volunteers waited near the ocean Saturday morning for participants of Belfast's inaugural P.A.W.S.

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