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Fishermen’s Net update, March 4

Hello and Happy Sunday!

Today we have some beautiful Rainforest tilapia and Canadian Sea Smelt
Fresh Haddock still holding at $6.99/lb and awesome looking scallops!
Warm weather is coming and I am looking forward to it! Thank you all for the amazing winter…. It has been a great success!!!!
See you soon,

Morrison Center hiring staff for new New Gloucester residential program

We’re HIRING – seeking caring, creative and energetic team members! Morrison Center has several positions available for Residential Direct Support Professionals for multiple locations – including our NEWEST residences in New Gloucester! Flexible full time, part time, and per-diem. Day, evening, weekend & overnight shifts available! Experience preferred, but will train the right candidates. To apply, email your resume & interest to

Day One Of South Portland opening youth treatment center in New Gloucester

The nonprofit plans to provide substance abuse treatment and counseling services to 8-12 Maine men ages 14-20.

NEW GLOUCESTER — A South Portland-based nonprofit that provides substance abuse treatment and prevention services to Maine youth plans to open a new residential facility on Intervale Road.
Day One announced that it has purchased a property near Pineland Farms in New Gloucester.Day One has residential treatment centers in Buxton, Hinckley and Hollis.
The new facility, made possible through a nearly $340,000 grant from the Next Generation Foundation, is set to replace the Hollis location as a residential substance abuse treatment facility for young men ages 14-20.
Day One Director of Development and Public Relations Rebecca Howes said the property at 934 Intervale Road was purchased for $570,000 and Day One hopes to have it open this spring.
“Purchasing this property marks a turning point for Day One,” its chief executive officer, Greg Bowers, said in a statement. “We could not be more thrilled with this facility. Delivering our services at this new property will allow future generations of youth to realize the successful, healthy futures that are within their reach.”
In an interview, Bowers said Day One’s services are focused on “primarily counseling-based therapy” for a variety of different substances. He said he sees the organization playing an important role in the statewide effort to combat opioid addiction.
“The fact that we can start helping kids as soon as we can – it’s critical … ” Bowers said, noting that “opioid addiction starts in a lot of different ways.” Howes said the substances for which Day One clients receive treatment include opioids, alcohol and marijuana.
Bowers also said Day One has plans for a social event in the coming weeks to allow the community to see the facility, gain an understanding of the services that will be provided, and meet the management team.
“This is a beautiful facility, and it’s in an ideal location,” Bowers said about Day One’s new property. “We’re pretty excited by this opportunity.”
Bowers and Howes said the property is approved for housing eight clients, but the nonprofit hopes to work through the town planning process to increase it to 12. The organization will make life-safety improvements, install a camera system, renovate to safely secure client medications and expand a leach field, Howes said.
Bowers said most of the work involves state licensing, but Day One is working with the town as well. Town Planner Scott Hastings said raising the number of occupants to 12 triggers a site plan review by the Planning Board. Day One submitted an application and had a preliminary hearing on Feb. 6 and is scheduled to come before the Planning Board for a public hearing March 6.

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Fishermen’s Net update, Feb 16

Hope you all had a fabulous Valentine’s Day! Thank you to all who made it special with our product!! :):)

This weekend we have Fresh crabmeat SALE!!!
$11.99/ 8 oz container

We also have fresh dry sea scallops for $18.99/lb
Raw and cooked Canadian shrimp for $11.99/lb
Plenty of lobster for any occasion!!

Come in and say Hello!!!
Thank you,

Historical Society Workshop on Thursday Feb. 15

The next monthly meeting of New Gloucester Historical Society will be a workshop for all interested members and friends in researching your New Gloucester neighborhood and house. The research will be used in a major new exhibit opening in May 2018. The meeting will be held on February 15th, 7 PM at the New Gloucester Meetinghouse, 389 Intervale Rd. (next to the Town Hall). Refreshments will be served.
By way of background, the historical society has shared a copy of a paper written in 1935 by Eleanor Clark Curit (see attached).  Eleanor’s paper won an essay contest at the New Gloucester High School. Eleanor lived with her parents, Clifton Clark and Mary E.W. (Chadsey) Clark, and her sister Ruth in the Intervale (the Carroll Ayer Farm, now Conifer Industries).  She gathered her information by interviewing elderly people living on the Penny Road, the Morse Road, and the surrounding area.
This paper was rediscovered by Lenny Brooks and passed on to Jean Libby who, along with others, researched current street addresses and added over 100 footnotes to the paper. The historical society would like to use this paper as the basis or “map”, for their new exhibit. Come to the workshop on Thursday and find out more about this research and the areas of focus and areas in town that may be used for the exhibit. Those with historic homes and those interested in historic districts/homes in town are welcome.

Maine Highland Fiddlers at Coffeehouse on Feb. 3

Join us for a night out in February! Stop by the Village Store for a wine tasting from 5:30 to 7:30 and then come on over to the First Congregational Church for the Village Coffeehouse. Doors open at 7 pm; show starts at 7:30. Tickets at the door: $10.

The Maine Highland Fiddlers are part of the traditional Celtic music revival that thrives throughout the North Atlantic rim. This group of seven musicians perform, pass on, and renew the Celtic fiddle tradition in Maine. Along with fiddles, the group includes guitar, bodhran and piano.


Jan 31 update from the Fishermen’s net


We have a BIG weekend of football coming up! Come on in or give me a call if you would like to have a shrimp platter, stuffed mushrooms, bacon wrapped scallops…..
We also have FRESH Atlantic Sea Bass for $16.99/lb.
New bushel of steamer clams coming in and fresh, live lobsters to snack on!!
Would love to see you all!!

Fishermen’s Net update: January 26th

Good Friday Morning!!!
Getting ready for the weekend with:
Bang's Island Mussels for $2.99/lb
Fresh Mako Shark Fillets for $9.99/lb
Fresh Haddock, Salmon, Scallops, Crabmeat and Lobster!!!
Steamer clams are ready for you at $3.99/lb

Our "facelift" is almost complete, stop by and see what we are up to!!!

Taking orders for Super Bowl! GO PATS!!!!

Fishermen’s Net update, January 24th

Good Morning!

Let the sun shine …..
Today we have a SALE on Fresh Maine Crabmeat!!! $12.99/container
Fresh haddock at $8.99/lb. (I’ve been promised the prices will improve now that the weather has broken!)
Fresh Mako fillets coming in on Friday~
Hope you are all healthy and enjoying the beautiful day!!
See you soon…

Brewery approved in New Gloucester

Brewery approved for New Gloucester