Entries by Jeanne Marquis

CMS students learn how to plant native seeds

by Jeanne Marquis For the second year, China Middle School students participated in the River Restoration project by planting native seeds and learning the importance of maintaining an eco-system. Mrs. Maroon invited three speakers who presented her class with a lecture that was a mixture of local colonial history, biology and botany. Matt Streeter, of […]

A mother’s instinct gives her son the chance he needed

by Jeanne Marquis A local toddler, Chance Cunningham, from China, received a successful bone marrow transplant in Boston, Massachusetts, to fight a rare disorder of his immune system, Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis, or HLH. Chance and his parents Lacey and Jeremy Cunningham returned home on the weekend of March 2, following a long, emotional stay in Boston. […]

Winslow holds public safety open house

  by Jeani Marquis On Saturday, September 29, the Winslow Fire Department hosted their second annual open house showcasing the equipment and the people behind the scenes who keep their community safer. The day included representation from Winslow Fire Department, Winslow Police Department, Maine Forest Rangers, Delta Ambulance, Winslow Firefighters Association, Winslow Public Library and […]

Winslow teen presents check to Project Sparrow

  by Jeani Marquis The board president of Project Sparrow, Amy Moody received a $265 donation check from Mikayla Gurney, Winslow’s Miss Teen International 2018, as part of the activities at Winslow’s Public Safety Open House. Helping children is Mikayla Gurney’s platform as her reign as Miss Teen. She feels Project Spar­row will put her […]