The South Portland Sentry



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A Window on the Past


By Craig Skelton
South Portland Historical Society

Our story this week is about a longtime resident of this city who passed

Grant available for schools

Ecomaine seeks applicants from area schools to receive up to $5,000 in grant money from a total of $20,000 in available funding.

The money will be used begin or grow existing recycling or sustainability efforts.

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Club benefits from U.S. Cellular visit

U.S. Cellular associates gathered at their team meeting in South Portland to assemble seven bikes for The Boys & Girls Club of Southern Maine. Seven deserving were selected by the Boys & Girls Club to receive the new bikes and helmets. U.S.

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Sixth graders recognized

Mahoney Middle School announced its sixth-grade end-of-year academic recognitions:

Top scholars: Isabelle Chase, Olivia Cloutier, Thomas DiPhilippo, Anna Folley, Ella Hyland-Rosenblatt, Keenan Jones, Garon Kelley, Lyla Metcalf, Grace Perry, Amelia Quint-Wood, Emily Rich, Annika Schmitt, Oscar Sullivan, Eva Tedford and Hattie Tetzlaff.

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Reader calls for resignation

To the editor:

Lovett’s Field, Danforth Cove and Willard neighborhoods, I am asking Michael Pock to resign from the city council as he has brought his own personal agenda to the city council rather than to represent the residents of District 1.

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Vacation Bible School in Cape starts Aug. 4

The Cape Elizabeth Church of the Nazarene will host its annual Vacation Bible School during the first full week of August (Aug. 4-8).

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Services on public access, Internet

This spring Cape Elizabeth Church of the Nazarene expanded its ministry via video and Internet technology. Supplementing the existing audio sermon podcasts (available at the website or on iTunes) are now several other ways to join the church in worship.

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Column didn’t make sense

To the editor:

As a longtime supporter of fair chase hunting, I take issue with the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s Wildlife Division director’s article “Baiting Makes Woods Safer For All” (Maine Voices, Portland Press Herald, July 6).

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Out and about


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