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Appreciation - 03/14/2018
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Tim Hague presented certificates of appreciation to Marilyn Hartford from Bangor Savings and Will Wedge from Will’s Shop and Save for providing a warm spot, coffee and doughnuts for the Kiwanis members selling raffle tickets at their places of business at Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting. Will also shared hints about saving money while shopping for groceries.  Club members learned about “bibs” (those little signs that hang down from shelves), “EDLP” (everyday low prices) and “loss leaders” (ads for items sold below cost to encourage foot traffic).  Yellow bibs indicate a value and purple bibs mean a special deal.  EDLP’s will be valid...

Troop 61 - 03/06/2018
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The Boy Scouts are back in Dover-Foxcroft. Troop 61, formerly of Parkman, was recently re-chartered under the Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis and has relocated its meetings to the Congregational Church, Dover-Foxcroft, on most Sundays from 1-2:30 p.m. (unless otherwise arranged). The Congregational Church is an associate member of D-F Kiwanis. Troop 61 held its first Honor Court at its new location Sunday (March 4), recognizing three Scouts for attaining merit badges, welcoming a new Scout and promoting another. Scoutmaster Arne Halvorsen doled out the merit badges to Joshua Oldham and Tyler Libby (rifle shooting) and Johan Halvorsen (sculpture). Nick Sudsbury was welcomed as the new Scout and Jorgen...

Bottle and Can Recycling - 03/06/2018

Just a reminder. DF Kiwanis is sponsoring a bottle and can recycling drive throughout March. Drop off rinsed bottles and cans to Dover Foxcroft Recycling Center on South Street and mention they are to be credited to Dover Foxcroft Kiwanis. Thank you!

Toby Nelson, Speaker at February 28 Mtg. - 02/28/2018
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Toby Nelson, director of communication and marketing at Foxcroft Academy, entertained members of the Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club with stories of his career which has successfully combined an interest in sports, broadcasting and communication. The 1995 graduate of FA and1999 from New England School of Communication, he worked at Steven King's Zone Radio, Bangor, for 20 years before joining the staff at FA. He works part time for MPBN and teaches a few classes in communications at both Foxcroft Academy and Husson University. In his spare? time he and his wife are dorm parents at FA where they and their son live with 29 teenage boys. He is directly responsible for 10 from around the globe....

Thank you one and all for your generous support of this years Kiwanis Christmas Project. - 12/17/2015
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The need this year was greater than in past years as 180 children from 77 families applied for assistance. Through your generous donations of money, toys, hats, mittens and “adoption” of  kids, all the needs of these children were again met this year.

The Kiwanis Christmas Project is truly a community supported and worthwhile project and you, the residents, businesses, churches and organizations, embodied the true meaning of Christmas by giving to those less fortunate in our community. For this and so much more we are ever so thankful.

Once again, thank you all for your generous and heartfelt support of this worthwhile project.
Kiwanis Christmas Project Elves,
Barb Austin,...

FA Key Club Shows Their Christmas Spirit - 12/17/2015
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The Foxcroft Academy Key Club students are busier than ever this Christmas season.  George Rolleston, Advisor and several FA Key Club students attend our meetings and report on what they are doing to contribute to our community.

Last week they worked at the Center Theatre, shopped for Christmas presents for needy children and families for the Kiwanis Christmas Program, wrapped Christmas presents, worked at the Congregational Church carrying bags of presents for the Kiwanis Christmas Project, had 23 volunteers work at the Reindeer Run which raised $600, and worked at the Hometown Holidays Christmas event.

The Club even had time to clean the trophy case,...

Our Kiwanis Club Donation to Governor Bart's Silent Auction Project at North Conway Conference - It's...A New Day! - 11/21/2015
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Homemade Chocolate Covered Cherries, Maple Walnut Chocolates, Peanut Butter Buckeyes, Homemade Peanut Butter and Chocolate Fudge, 2 Bottles of DragonFly Wine, 2 Christmas Wine Glasses, Christmas napkins, wine stopppers and glass charms, were donated to Governor Bart Stevens' Silent Auction by our Kiwanis Club during the Annual New England and Bermuda Fall CLE Training in North Conway New Hampshire this weekend.  

Seven members of Kiwanis Club of Dover-Foxcroft were in attendance: Barbara Moore, Rita Page, Jan Barton, Harold Doc Sherman, Brian Woodworth, Cindy Woodworth, and Bob Moore.

The winner of our basket is Ron Forest, Past Governor of Kiwanis New England...

New England and Bermuda District Governor Bart Stevens and Division 2 Lt. Governor David Pullen Attend Installation - 10/28/2015
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Jan Barton was installed as our new President at the Annual Kiwanis Club of Dover-Foxcroft Installation and Awards Dinner held on October 28th at the Bear's Den. Over 50 were in attendance including New England and Bermuda District Governor Bart Stevens and Division 2 Lt. Governor David Pullen who assisted Immediate Past President Dennis Lyford and Bob Moore with installation of officers and new members.  Bob and Barb Moore presented a State of Maine citation and gifts to John and Juanita Cushing congratulating them on their 50th wedding anniversary.  Immediate Past President Dennis Lyford presented several appreciation awards including a Red Jacket to Grace...

Bangor Savings Bank Donates to Central Hall Project - 10/13/2015
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Chris Maas accepts a generous donation from Bangor Savings Bank.  Marilyn Hartford presented Chris with a check in the amount of $10,000.00 for the "Central Hall Project" at the Kiwanis meeting this morning. Chris Maas, the project coordinator, on behalf of the Maine Highlands Senior Center/The Commons at Central Hall, expressed thanks to Bangor Savings Bank.  The check is the first part of a total of $30,000.00 promised toward the MHSC Capital Campaign.

The Highlands is a welcoming safe environment where frail or disabled older adults can spend their days in enjoyable and therapeutic activities, while families and caregivers can refresh and renew themselves...

President Dennis Lyford Accepts Proclamation from State of Maine - 07/25/2015
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Senator Paul Davis presents President Dennis Lyford with Proclamation from Maine State Senate and House of Representatives in celebration of Kiwanis International's 100th Year Anniversary!  Congratulations!