of New Gloucester, Maine, is currently accepting resumes for the position of
Town Manager. New Gloucester is a
vibrant community of approximately 5,900 citizens. New Gloucester has a Town Meeting/Selectmen/Manager
form of government and municipal operating annual budget of $4.6 million and 58
FT and PT employees.
The First Congregational Church of New Gloucester, 19 Gloucester Hill Road, is holding its annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. The musical preludes begin at 6:45 p.m. led by John Terison, director of music, and the service starts at 7 p.m. led by Pastor Linda Gard. Those who wish may bring non-perishable food donations for the New Gloucester pantry.
Holiday favorites will be performed by Coastal Winds, Freeport’s community concert band, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, in the acoustically ideal sanctuary of the First Congregational Church, 19 Gloucester Hill Road. A collection will be gratefully received for the local emergency fuel assistance fund.
In partnership with
Back 40 Events, a New Gloucester-based company, New Gloucester Recreation will
be offering the first annual Thanksgiving four-mile road race, Strut Your
Stuffin’, on Saturday, Nov. 23. The event will begin and end at Memorial School,
86 Intervale Road,
and the route will take a scenic loop of the Upper and Lower Villages.
Runners will encounter
both dirt and pavement surfaces. The start time will be 9 a.m., and the race
fee will be $30 plus a $2.95 sign up fee. During a separate kids’ race,
children will chase the Turkey
who is a volunteer dressed in a turkey suit. The start time will be 8:45 a.m.,
and fee will be $5 plus a $2 sign up fee.
Proceeds from the
event will go toward establishing the New Gloucester Recreation Scholarship.
This scholarship will be used to help families or individuals in financial need
by subsidizing the cost of program enrollment.
When Planson International, located on Penney Road, was recently named the Best Place to Work in Maine for the small business category, legislators promoting their “Fighting for Maine Agenda” took notice. One of their stated core objectives is gathering input from small business owners throughout the state, so a stop here filled the bill.
CEO Connie Justice and her son Nick Planson, who is the company’s sales director, briefed Sen. Ned Claxton, D-Auburn, and Senate President Troy Jackson on their humanitarian-centered business.
As a specialized global IT solutions provider to international organizations, their focus is on development, sustainability and emergency response. Much of their work is accomplished in conjunction with the United Nations to help refugees in developing countries by providing technology and services for charitable projects worldwide.
Check out what came in TODAY!!!!! We are so excited about providing a safer environment for our community on Halloween this year! Make sure you stop by our table on Halloween to pick up your FREE reflective trick or treat bag.
We also have received several calls about Halloween in Lower Village and wanted to pass along some information to everyone.
There is NO rain date for Halloween in the Lower Village
The activity on Halloween in the Lower Village is an organic community event that has been taking place in our community for many years. Meaning this is not an event that is being organized by the Recreation or Fire Rescue Departments. Our involvement as well as others is to help provide the safest environment possible for the youth of the community to enjoy on Halloween. The many trick or treaters would still visit the Lower Village on Halloween if our departments were not involved, so we have chosen to help support our neighbors of the Lower Village that embraces this very unique and wonderful Halloween celebration. In the end our goal is to help everyone have a FUN and SAFE Halloween.
Multi-family yard sales, Friday and Saturday 9-3, Sunday ??Cobb’s Bridge Road corner of 231, Lower Village, New Gloucester.Everything under the sun from furniture and household items, winter tires for Audi or VW, giant aquarium, art, sporting items, kids’ clothing and toys, hand-made bath balms and more.
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The First Congregational-Christian Church of New Gloucester, Maine is seeking a part-time church sexton (janitor). The church sexton (janitor) works closely with the pastor. Regular tasks include cleaning, light maintenance, and setting up and moving furniture for events. The successful candidate needs to be physically fit, able to work independently and have access to own transportation.
The church sexton (janitor) reports to the Board of Trustees. The regular duties require 4 to 5 hours per week, with occasional additional hours as requested for event support. The hourly rate is dependent upon skills and experience, with a minimum of $13 per hour.
For more details on the duties and skills required, see www.ngucc.org. For consideration, please email email@example.com to request an application.
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