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Maine Forestry Museum gets an Impressive Gift

Margaret Ellis demonstrates the fine art of turning apples in apple juice and/or cider to Ray Heaton of the Maine Forestry Museum, who already is a pro as he has been involved for several years at the Apple Festival doing this work. They both enjoy the mock demonstration, note the smiles! Margaret and Bill Forestry Museum. available for other's apple trees produced families and groups friends at Maine ForEllis's famous apple Bill passed away to use in Rangeley. more apples than we throughout the years estry Museum and press that many of recently and Margret Margaret writes, could use in pies and and we hope that all of Rangeley. It is the Rangeley folks wanted the press "The apple press sauce also the num- will continue." indeed an impreshave had the plea- to still part of the was purchased in ber of apple trees Thank you Mar- sive gift to all us cisure of using over Autumn tradition early 1980s from a along the roads and gret from your many der lovers. n many years and was in Rangeley so the company in Wash- by-ways seemed a main attraction Maine Forestry Mu- ington State. When most plentiful...so at all the Rangeley seum organization is we moved to Range- an apple press was Lakes Region Log- pledging to Margret ley, when Bill retired, needed. It has been ging Museum Apple to keep the press at we realized our three well used by many Festivals is now the the future Apple Fesproperty of Maine tivals as well have it

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The Medicare open enrollment runs until December 7th and Medicare scams are a top concern for older Mainers. Watch out for a call claiming to be from Medicare or a health office offering seniors some sort of supplemental health insurance or prescription coverage. These scammers will ask for person-

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Celebrating 20 years of Community Health and Wellness!

Do you know someone who lives independently but would appreciate a daily phone call? Neighbors Calling Neighbors was developed this year by the HELP (Helping Elders Live in Place) committee and currently provides a phone call to seniors who appreciate a daily check-in and contact with a caring person. The callers have received training in listening skills and will make contacts for additional help when it is appropriate providing important connections for these isolated individuals. This vital program is run by dedicated volunteers, neighbors and friends. For more information contact Marcia Baker at 864-3351 or visit our website www.rangeleyhealthandwellness.com/senior-services

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Enjoy this stunning view at Haines Landing #2, one of the Maine Forestry Museum trails in Rangeley, Maine. (Photo by Ron Haines) courtesy of Rangeley Lakes Chamber Facebook Page. Trees. Sure, they're beautiful and give us oxygen, but some trees are your enemy, just biding ding their time until heavy wet snow and/or ice causes them to come crashing through the living g room window. And don’t forget about those se trees and limbs near your power lines running ing to your house, they are a big reason for power outages – so keep your lights on and your heat going. If you're unsure about a tree's ' health or hazard, call for a free evaluation. Call today because old man winter is just around the corner (shhhh). Tree Pruning, Tree Removal, Brush Control, Hazardous Limb Removal, Emergency Storm Damage and clean up and Utility Line Clearance (power lines)

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12th Annual Mountain Holly Days

The Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the 12th annual Mountain Holly Days event has been scheduled for Thursday, December 10th - Sunday, December 13th. This year's event promises to be the most exciting ever. There will be shopping and dining specials, refreshments, horse-drawn wagon rides, special festivities, family activities, tasting

events and contests. This event epitomizes the time-honored tradition of families shopping together and enjoying holiday festivities and activities. Shoppers will enjoy many special offers from local businesses, find unique, quality gifts for that special someone

and participate in various holiday activities. Visitors will enjoy shopping and dining with personal, friendly service and none of the hassles of big-city shopping. As in previous years, there will be a Mountain Holly Days Shoppers Drawing on Sunday, December 13th. This year, the lucky grand prize winner will have a choice of $100 Chamber Bucks or a recliner, donated by Welcome Home. The final schedule of events for Mountain Holly Days is being finalized and will be published soon. Watch for more details, but block out your calendars now! For more information, contact the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce at 864-5571 or info@rangeleymaine. com, visit www.rangeleymaine.com or follow on Facebook at www. facebook.com/RangeleyLakes.ChamberofCommerce.RangeleyMaine. n

Annual Parade of Trees The Rangeley Rotary and Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce the details of the annual Parade of Trees. The event will take place on December 5th at Saddleback Mountain. Buffet dinner will be served 6:30 - 7:30 PM, followed by the Tree and Wreath live auction, with Larry Koob serving as Master of Ceremonies. In addition to the trees donated and decorated by local businesses, there will also be special trees decorated by the Rangeley Lakes Regional School students and a portion of the proceeds from these trees will go to support their activities. There will be a silent auction that not only supports the Rotary and the Chamber, but also numer-

ous other non-profit groups that work so hard in the community throughout the year. Ticket prices are $30 per person in advance and $35 at the door. Ticket price includes dinner and the event. Tickets are available from a Rotarian, a Chamber Director or at the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce (6 Park Road, Rangeley, Maine). Join in the fun, get in the holiday spirit and join us on December 5th. This is also a great opportunity to celebrate a company Christmas party and tables will be reserved for groups of 8 or more. Trees will be delivered on December 6th to successful bidders. For more information, visit www. rangeleymaine.com. n A Product of

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A Good Trade John McDonald

Ever done any trading? Swap an item or items with someone who wants them in exchange for items he has that you want. Ideally, both parties go away satisfied. I was reminded of trade and barter recently when I was asked by a local furniture dealer if I’d be interested in writing and recording some radio commercials for him in exchange for a few pieces of furniture from his “overstocked warehouse.” As it turned out, I was interested and the whole thing worked out well. The furniture store owner got his commercials and I got a nice futon and two side tables that we had delivered up to our camp. As the son of a Maine dentist I learned all about the concept of barter and trade. My father’s patients often would want to trade things like carpentry work, house painting, firewood or even boats for something like a full set of uppers and lowers. The first car I ever owned

was a 1963 Chevy Power Glide, given to me by my father, who had taken took it in trade from a little old lady who needed a new set of false teeth. When my father asked how she’d get along without her car she said, “First things first, Doc. Right now I feel I need some new teeth more than I need that old car.” Back in the 1970s when I started working for a small radio station Down East, I was reintroduced to trade and barter. The station owner would take goods or services from some local business in exchange for commercials on the radio. There’s an old story in radio about the sales rep who got mugged out in front of the station. He called the police and an officer arrived on the scene to take down all the information. When the officer asked the sales rep if the mugger got anything the rep said: “He sure did! He got $100 in cash and $200 in trade.” Maine’s radio stations used to be small local businesses and station owners used to do a lot of trading The owner of this Down East

station I worked for used to trade commercials for a new car every year. You were likely to hear an ad for the dealership a few dozen times if you listened to the station a few hours a day. When the owner’s house need-

ed new siding, it wouldn’t be long before we’d start running spots from a local lumber yard, and every year before the station’s Christmas party, we’d have spots from a caterer in town. But, like most any-

thing else, sometimes trade deals workout well and sometimes they don’t. One June the station owner’s only daughter got married and he traded for the flowers, the gown, the food and limo --

everything. He had to run so many spots to pay for that wedding that the marriage ended before the ad schedule did. But you know, that siding on his house still looks as good as new. n

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REAL ESTATE PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

YOUR REAL ESTATE AD HERE

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RANGELEY: Privately sited North Woods Chalet on 1.2 acres offers room for everyone with 3 bedroom, 3 bath, open kitchen/living room with exposed beams, stone hearth, floor to ceiling window wall with Rangeley Lake views. Very quiet location abutting conservation area loaded with wildlife, walk to the golf course, minutes to town and Saddleback. Well maintained - just move in and enjoy! Sold furnished. $274,500

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Caryn’s Property of the Week

DALLAS PLT: First time on the market - custom built 3BR log Chalet with lake/Mt views, deeded RL water access, plus snowmobile from your door! Enjoy comfortable floor plan with roomy kitchen, breakfast nook and dining area; spacious living area with gas fireplace and wood stove; loft living area looking out at Doctor’s Island, Bald Mt. Walkout basement with finished family room, 1 car garage. Built-ins, thoughtful details, gleaming wood floors - a MUST SEE!.......$324,000

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594 Arnold Trail, Eustis H209 Central location to enjoy all activities in the Western Mountains of Maine. This 2 bedroom ranch has been freshly painted with new flooring. Located near hunting and fishing and has snowmobile access. Would make a great vacation home for someone that is looking for a great value with room to add a outbuilding. Call today to see this “cabin in the woods”. $67,000 NEW LISTING!!

Add a taste of authentic Maine humor to your next banquet, luncheon, conference, convention or company get together.

17 Oquossoc Avenue, Rangeley H103 Nice in town home that is ready for your finishing touch. Great location with large, open lot. Home has 3 bedrooms plus a great spot for a home office. Plenty of room for a garage or out building. Would make a great second home or primary residence. $94,500 PRICE REDUCED!!

2485 Main St., Rangeley, ME 04970

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446 West Freeman Road, Freeman Twp. H208 Great home, Great location best describes this cape style home. Close to all out door activities and with plenty of room for your family and toys. 2 car garage with plenty of storage above, Homes exterior is maintenance free and has a front porch and a deck in the back to enjoy. Expandable living space in the walkout basement. Low taxes and low maintenance makes this a ideal get away or your primary home. $134,900 NEW LISTING!!

Contact humorist and best-selling Maine author John McDonald

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Tips for First-Time Home Buyers Buying a home for the first time is an exciting period in a person’s life. Deciding to buy a home often indicates buyers are ready to establish firm roots in a community where they can see themselves living for years to come. The process of buying a home is rarely easy, and first-time buyers may feel overwhelmed at times. Such feelings are perfectly normal and felt by first-time buyers regardless of their budgets or home preferences. But there are a few ways to make buying a home more enjoyable than it is nerve-wracking.

· Examine your finances. The first step toward buying a home has nothing to do with deciding if you prefer a craftsman- or Tudor-style home. Before you even begin your search for a home, carefully examine your finances to determine how much is coming in and how much is going out of your household each month. Figure out how much debt you are currently carrying, be it student loan, automotive, consumer or any other types of debt. Order a credit report so you can see how prospective lenders are likely to see you, and address any errors you

find on the report before meeting with any lenders. Peruse past bank statements to track your spending habits, looking for areas where you might be able to scale back if need be. · Be prepared when visiting lenders. Prospective borrowers can make the home-buying process go smoothly by having all of the necessary documentation ready when visiting potential lenders. Many mortgage lenders will want to see some recent pay stubs (from both borrowers if buying with a spouse or partner), a couple years’ worth of W-2s and tax

returns, as well as your recent bank statements. You can always call ahead and ask lenders what they need to see when applying for a loan. Having these materials ready in advance means you will spend less time at the bank and more time finding the right home for you. · Secure financing before you begin house hunting. Many first-time home buyers might not realize the benefits of securing financing before they begin looking for a home. Mortgage preapproval lets buyers know how much a bank will loan them, meaning they won’t spend time

looking at homes they can’t afford. In addition, preapproval means buyers won’t lose out on their dream homes as they scramble to secure financing after making an offer. · Work with a local real estate agent. Real estate agents are an invaluable resource to home buyers and are especially valuable to those buyers who have never before purchased a home. Agents can help first-time buyers navigate the often confusing and, at times, disappointing process of buying a home. Choose an agent who is established in the area where

you want to buy a home. He or she can provide information about local property taxes and schools as well as a multitude of additional issues that first-time buyers may not think of. Agents also know the lay of the land regarding home prices, which can ease first-time buyers’ fears about overpaying for their first homes. A home is the biggest purchase many people will ever make. Firsttime buyers may be intimidated as they begin searching for their homes, but there are several ways to make the process go smoothly. n


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Daniel A Curran, Sabattus L/CPL Marine Rifleman - Vietnam War To our Dad/Pepere, you have seen so much in your life as a veteran and we are thankful for all those every day things you teach us and the time we spend with you. Love, all your family.

Robert Slattery - Sweden, ME

Timothy J. Fogg

Served in the United States Army from 1983 - 1987 guarding the border between east and west Germany. I am proud of him and the sacrifices he made to protect our country!

CW02 USMC 1993-2013 Thank You for Your Service. Semper Fi

Randy Smith SGT MAJOR Randy and I served together - 69th Signal Corps - 30 years plus served.

Bobby Richard Sr.

SGT Robert Locklin

Edward L. Roy

Leo R. Asselin

Louis Bourgoin

Ernest C. True

United States Navy

Army Ranger

Cpl. U.S. Army - Korea

P.F.C

SP-4 Specialist 4th Class

SGT E-5

“Now go cut some wood.”

12th Calvary Vietnam 1967-1968

Our family “Hero” - A friend to all he meets.

Died In Vietnam June 2, 1969 - 19 yrs. old

RIP Dad B. Thanks you for your service - Love your family

Thank you for your service! We love you! Your family

Robert (Bob) Bartlett

Robert C. French

Robert H. White

Alfred E. Cavanagh

Scott Rodrique

Donald S. Williams

Spe. 1st Class - Army (WWII)

SN

Sgt. U.S. Marines

Corporal in the Army Air Corp

SFC

NAVY

Thank you Lord for Daddy coming home safely.

Thank you for serving Daddy. Love Vickie and Family

So proud of you. Love and miss you dad.y

Sweetest man I know. Love your wife Kathy French

Killed in Action - Chey-Lie Vietnam, December 1965

We honor you for your service and the fine gentleman that you are.

Joey C. Billings Sr.

Lloyd Billings

Keith J. Daniels

Colin Plummer Hurd

Robert W. Wentworth Sr.

Gary Curtis

Army Specialist

Army Specialist

PFC Army

1st Lieutenant

1st Seargent

Seaman 1st Class

My brother served this country and gave the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam on May 9,1970. I love and miss him so much! Some day we will meet again.Sis

Thank you for your 20 years of service Dad.

Graduated from Waterville High School, died in Vietnam in 1967.

Thank you for your service. We are so proud of you!

Your service to your country will not be forgotten. Love and miss you.

“Thank you son, for all you have done for your country.” Love Mom

Daniel Joseph Paradis

Richard W. Rioux

John E. Boynton

Nick Nason

Debra C. Couture

Gregory Couture

82nd Airborne

PFC Army

Specialist #4

United States Marine Corps

Capt. USN 1987-2012

LT, USN 1971-1993

I Love Dan very much and I am very proud of him.

Thank you for your service. Love your wife.

Thank you for your service

Thank you for your service

Thanks for your years of service to our country! It is very much appreciated

Thank you for your strength and dedication to this counrty, Love you.


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Madrid to Host Two Christmas Parties The Madrid Historical Society will be hosting two Christmas parties this December. The first party is for the children who live in Madrid/ East Madrid, ages 10 and under, on Saturday, December 12, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

at the schoolhouse on the corner of Schoolhouse Rd. and Reeds Mill Road. There will be holiday activities and games. And Santa will pay a visit! In order to help Santa know exactly what to bring, the historical

society would like to let him know who will be coming. Please call Ginni at 639-2713 by November 30th with the names and ages of children who will be attending. Parents are encouraged to stay, and older siblings are

invited to attend as Elf Helpers. There will be lunch for all who attend. The second party is on Monday, December 14, 6:00 PM, same location. This party is for the adults in the community. Bring something to share

for a potluck, the beverage of your choice, and a wrapped gift for the “Yankee Swap.” There is a “rain/snow” date of Thursday, December 31 (New Year’s Eve). Call 639-2713 with any questions. n

Rangeley Students Write Songs with Rick Charette RLRS students in grades K-5 had a fantastic day November 3rd creating their own songs with singer/songwriter Rick Charette. In the afternoon, local preschoolers joined grades K-5 for a concert in the gym featuring Mr. Charette’s classic children’s songs including “Alligator in the Elevator” and “I Love Mud!.” The day-long visit was funded by the Rangeley Friends of the Arts. n


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Winter Ready – In More Ways Than One!

By Virginia Patnode MacFawn for Rangeley Lakes Builders Supply As I write this we are just ending one of the warmest November spells we have seen in years. Right after I read my kids the riot act for not wearing the appropriate clothing for the cooler weather, Mother Nature decided to stick out her proverbial tongue at me and warm it up!

In spite of this, we all know the cold and snow are on their way. Recently I read an article about Norwegians and their great love of the Winter, quite a stark contrast to so many folks I hear in the store! It was interesting, there is very little seasonal depression in that country despite the near polar conditions and their health is excellent.

The article claimed this was due to their extremely strong sense of community, their love of the outdoors, no matter what the temperature and koselig – a Norwegian word for coziness. They look forward to Winter and all its beauty. In a nutshell, it comes down to attitude. I’m with the Norwegians, Winter is my favorite! I love the crisp air, the

shorter days, the glitter Mother Nature sprinkles on everything. I look forward to January, a cup of tea, my favorite chair and my knitting on those days it is just too cold to be out for too long. I love getting out there on skis with my kids, the fun we have after skiing and how great the house smells after I make soup. I love the thought of koselig, described as all the

warmth and joy of the Holidays, without all the stress! I get that I may not be able to change your minds about Winter – but perhaps these tips will help with your sense of coziness or Koselig for the coming months! Frost King is one of the leading brands in weather stripping. We stock a full array of their products and with these helpful items, you can really make a difference in the comfort level in your home. 1) Feeling cool in the living room? Un-insulated windows can account for as much as 25% of the heat loss in your home. Using a window kit can help eliminate this costly leak. Available in multiple sizes, they are easy to put up and easy to take down! 2) Outlets and switches are another area where heat loss can happen. Typically there is no insulation behind those boxes in the wall. Using socket and outlet insulation sheets are easy and fast. 3) Front doors can leak air and money a gap of just 1/8 of an

inch around a door can leak as much air as punching a 2" hole in your wall. Foam tape and caulking will take care of the top and sides, while the full line of door bottoms and thresholds will ensure you are getting the right fit to block out dirt, cold, bugs and more! All of these ideas can help keep your house warmer and save money on your energy bills. And if all else fails, you can grab a pair of our Heat Holders socks! They are excellent - the warmest socks ever. They keep my toes warm and toasty all for just $12.99! Remember those Norwegians - attitude is everything! n

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