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Jan 31 update from the Fishermen’s net

Hello!!!

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!!
Nikki

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…
Nikki

Patti’s Oct. 13 “Inside New Gloucester” Column

Callie Kimball

Callie Kimball, a longtime member of The Friends of the Shakers, volunteers at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village’s Harvest Festival by serving barbecue pulled pork sandwiches to the throngs of visitors in attendance on Oct. 7. Kimball is a resident of Cape Elizabeth.

Women’s suffrage talk

Family historian Anne Gass will speak on “Women’s Suffrage in Maine and the USA” at the Thursday, Oct. 19, meeting of the New Gloucester Historical Society, beginning at 7 p.m. The talk, which is free and open to the public, will take place at the New Gloucester Meetinghouse, 389 Intervale Road. Refreshments will be served.

For Patti Mikkelsen’s complete column in the Lakes Region Weekly, go to: http://news.keepmecurrent.com/inside-new-gloucester-126/

Patti’s Aug. 4 “Inside New Gloucester” Column

Inside New Gloucester – Keep Me Current

4-H’ers to help pantries

Cumberland County 4-H members Caleb and Katie McGrath-Holmquist and Amber, Amanda and Austin Holmes are raising money to buy three market hogs and three market lambs from the Cumberland Fair 4-H Livestock Auction on Wednesday Sept. 27, at the Cumberland Fairgrounds. The livestock will be donated to the Gray and New Gloucester Food Pantries.

The two families are longtime members of the Cumberland County 4-H Sheep Club and the 4-H Swiners Club who raise market lambs and hogs to be sold annually at the fair’s 4-H auction. This year, in addition to raising and auctioning their own animals, they are participating in a self-designed community service project to benefit both 4-H’ers and their local food pantries.

They hope to raise $3,600 to buy the animals. They will be selling donated water, soda and lemonade at the Gray Blueberry Festival on Saturday Aug. 12, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Pennell Municipal Complex, 24 Main St., Gray.

Donations of any amount can be sent to GNG 4-H Food Pantry Project, P.O. Box 1012, Gray, Maine 04039. Checks can be made payable to: GNG 4-H Food Pantry Project.

For Patti Mikkelsen’s complete column in the Lakes Region Weekly, go to http://news.keepmecurrent.com/inside-new-gloucester-118/

New Gloucester Business of the Month

Business of the Month Ad

Business of the Month

The New Gloucester Economic Committee announces a new initiative: the recognition of local businesses by featuring them on a Business of the Month display at the Town Hall. The display area is located on a new bulletin board situated on the wall to the right as you enter the building.

The aim of the display is to recognize businesses that contribute to the local economy and the overall quality of life of the town in terms of services offered and employment opportunities. The committee is especially interested in showcasing homegrown businesses that sell locally grown or produced wares. If you are interested in being featured, or would like more information, contact Town Planner Will Johnston at 926-4126 ext. 4 or wjohnston@newgloucester.com.

Big weekend at Fishermen’s Net

This is a BIG weekend for us 🙂  Its our Anniversary and Fathers Day! How exciting!!! We are about to start year 12! time flies! Let’s Celebrate!!

STILL RUNNING THE LOBSTER SPECIAL!
softshell
(5) 1lbers $42
(5) 1 1/4 lbers. $51
Hardshell
(5)1 lbers. $48
(5) 1 1/4 lbers. $60

and if you don’t need 5 you can buy them like always priced out per pound.

PRICE PER POUND

Hardshell
1lb. 8.99lb
1 1/4. 9.99lb
1 1/2 10.99 lb

Softshell
1lb. 6.99lb
1 1/4. 7.99lb
1 1/2 8.99lb

We also have hardshell jumbos 11.99lb (2-4lbs)

And while this weekend is a HUGE lobster weekend we will also have Steamers, Scallops, Fresh Haddock, FAS haddock, Salmon, Halibut, Tuna, Little Necks, Oysters, Lobster Meat, Crab Meat, Shrimp, Swordfish, Crab Legs and much much more!!

Brakey’s plan to cut corporate income tax

Sen. Eric Brakey laid out a plan to bulldoze many of Maine’s convoluted set of business tax exemptions. The plan from Brakey is just a concept at this stage, but he told the Legislature’s Taxation Committee that it targets 47 tax programs that he termed “corporate welfare,” costing the state between $425 million and $448 million over two years. He would use the savings to eliminate Maine’s corporate income tax and lower income taxes. Keep reading

Welcome, Neighbor provides orientation for new residents

Welcome, Neighbor crew Feb 20 2016

In 2016, Welcome, Neighbor volunteers Kathleen Potter, Penny Hilton, Beth Blakeman-Pohl and Beth Birch assemble packets of materials to be given out to newcomers to town.

Local businesses and organizations can obtain free publicity by participating in Welcome, Neighbor, a grassroots community volunteer project. It was developed to welcome new residents to New Gloucester by providing information that may assist in their transition.

Only New Gloucester-based businesses, organizations and community groups will have the opportunity to include items, such as business cards, brochures or other promotional materials, in the 100 packets to be assembled. There’s no charge or obligation to participate.

Drop off 100-count of your item to the town office by Friday, March 31 to have your materials included. For more information, call Beth at 650-5228.

Bakery has been open two days and of course, the power goes out

At The Purple House in North Yarmouth, chef/owner Krista Kern Desjarlais deals with a blizzard – and a nasty stomach bug. Keep reading