by Mary Lee Rounds
Albion 2016 Field Day events July 28-July 30.
July 28, 2016 will be a fun filled search for a Queen or Princess of the Field Day. Girls age 7-12 (need minimum of five contestants); or girls 7-9 for Princess and 10-12 for Queen. Dressy casual clothes,( please no gowns) must have a minimum of three contestants in each category Must be Albion residents or attend Albion Elementary School. Please remember this is not a beauty contest but is based on stage presence, public speaking and talent. There will be prizes. More information can be obtained from Sue Stevens at 649-4293 or stevens129@ roadrunner.com. Deadline for participants to sign up is July 4.
Field Day begins with the Albion Lion’s Club Fun Run at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, behind the elementary school. One mile walk or run; Free T-shirts to all who register before July 10. Trophies for male and female K-8. First place for male and female – overall. Ribbons to all participants. Entry fee is $8 per runner. Checks made out to the Albion Lion’s Club need to be sent to Cindy Drake, 116 Crosby Rd., Albion, ME 04910. Please arrive early. Registration forms can be obtained from Cindy at 437-2445.
The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. on the Hussey Road and will proceed down Main Street. The field behind the Besse Building and beside the fire station will have its activities following the parade at approximately 11 a.m.
Activities will consist of: a cash raffle, chicken barbecue, hot dogs, fries ,an auction, beano, white elephant tables and whoopie pies, children’s games. There will be a white elephant table and the Lion’s Club auction.
Come see what else there is this year. If you have items for the auction and need a pick up of the items; call Hilton Drake 437 -2445, Leonard Dow 437-4151 or Gail Drake 437-4461;100 percent proceeds to charity.
No air conditioners, dehumidifiers, appliances, tires, propane tanks, TVs, computer monitors, paint, etc. If you can not get rid of it, neither can we! The auction begins at 11:30 a.m.
The Albion Highway department is doing a good job and should be commended for their work. The East Benton Road is much better than it had been and I understand other roads have also had some repairs done. Thumbs up!
There will be no column from me the week of July 4. I hope you all have a great day celebrating the independence of this country.
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