Hundreds turn out for lost fishermen’s memorial dedication

Bill Case, vice president of the Lost Fishermen’s Memorial Association, places a reassuring hand on the shoulder of association President Shelly Tinker as she displays a citation presented by state Rep. Will Tuell.                                                                                  Photos by Johanna S. Billings

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Partners working on unique community park

A temporary sign marks the entrance to the 4.6-acre tract that will become the Milbridge Commons.

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Gardens building sense of community

Milbridge summer residents Fran and Andy Meade pick green beans at the Incredible Edible Milbridge market garden near the Red Barn Motel. They said they discovered the gardens last summer.     Photos by Johanna S. Billings

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Fisherman’s dedication continued from page 1

A group of Passamaquoddy perform a song in memory of someone they lost during the public dedication of the Lost Fishermen’s Memorial Aug. 21.

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Veteran Phillips

This photo of Hubert Phillips was taken on Valentine’s Day at the Maine Veterans’ Home in Machias.

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All Around Milbridge, Including Steuben and Cherryfield

A new sign is installed at the Milbridge House Restaurant in Milbridge last week.
Photo by Johanna S. Billings

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All Around Milbridge, Including Steuben and Cherryfield

A new sign is installed at the Milbridge House Restaurant in Milbridge last week.
Photo by Johanna S. Billings

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Practice safety while preserving the harvest

Blueberry season is in full swing, with rakers and harvesting machines cleaning the barrens of the fruit. Jonesport’s Sanford Kelley has been growing, harvesting and selling wild blueberries for most of his 90 years. Out behind the old peat plant on Jonesport’s east side, where he once processed the peat that occurs naturally there, he recently discovered blueberries growing on his bogs.

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Band to jazz it up at concert, Machias

Old-time jazz music will fill the sanctuary of Centre Street Congregational Church in Machias, 7 p.m. Aug. 27.
The Red Door Studio Band will feature the music of Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Cole Porter and others. 
Band members include Mike Kull on piano, Bruce Cassady on trumpet, Bruce Cormier on sax, Ric Mosley on bass and Judy Armstrong as vocalist.
Following the performance the vestry will be open where the audience can meet the musicians and enjoy refreshments.

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Ellen (Gatcomb) Richardson Oxford, CT

Ellen (Gatcomb) Richardson, 73, of Oxford, Conn., passed away while visiting her summer vacation home in East Machias.
She was born Jan. 9, 1943, in East Machias, the daughter of the late Warren and Hazel Gatcomb.
She will be missed dearly by her husband of 56 years, Ralph Richardson.
She will also be missed by her three children, Rita (and Dennis) Moody, Warren (and Linda) Richardson, Julie (and John) Kowel; her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, who loved her greatly.

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