Classifieds

All classified ads cost $10.00 each week for 25 words plus telephone number or email address, plus 25¢ for each additional word. Boxed ads are $3 extra. Shaded boxed ads are $5 extra. To include a picture to accompany your ad is $2 extra.

Listing a Classified Ad with us is simple. Just visit our Contact page and send us an email! Please include your name, telephone number and the appropriate category you would like your ad listed under. Follow-up your email with a check mailed to: P.O. Box 89, Jonesbrook Crossing, So. China, ME 04358.

Articles for Sale

18-FOOT ABOVE GROUND POOL, round, includes pump, chemicals, and all accessories. Best offer, you remove. 453-7566, leave message. (c)

18-1/2 FOOT BAYLINER, I/O, new trailer, small mechanical problem. Cabin facilities, bedroom. Will trade for smaller boat with outboard, or small pickup truck in good condition, or $3,000 cash (cheap). 458-2832. (c)

FOR SALE: Lifetime wood grain folding picnic table and tilting umbrella with cover, $125; Second generation Kirby vacuum with all attachments including rug shampooer. In excellent shape, $125. Call 207-445-2190 or 207-242-5899. (c)

TRUMPETS for school from Lee Austin’s private collection. Student trumpets from $75 – $250. Playable condition. Call 968-2421. Ask for Ann. (c)

AVON COLLECTIBLE BOTTLES, Swan, $8; Armoire $10; Bell $10; classic bottle, $5; Indian head nickel $15. Call 446-0542. (c)

Automotive

VENTURA, CLASS A MOTOR HOME, 454 cu. in. engine, 28 ft. long, good condition, $5,995. Contact Ken 207-948-4231, Burnham. (c)

Craft Fairs

AUGUSTA
Winter Wonderland Holiday.
Saturday, December 7,  9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Early Bird Sale from 4:30 to 5:30 on Friday, December 6.
Location:  Unitarian Universalist Church, 69 Winthrop Street, Augusta.
Holiday Décor, Cookies and Candy, Tree Decorations, Hats and Mittens, Gifts in a Basket, Homemade Soups and Baked Beans to Take Out, Sustainability and Recycling Table, Swags and Wreaths, Jewelry and More.

AUGUSTA
Annual Christmas Fair
Augusta United Methodist Women
Sat., Dec. 7, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Featured are crafts, baked items, candy and luncheon. All proceeds to benefit missions.

BENTON
Bake, craft, flea sale,
Sat., Dec. 7, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Benton Grange
2 School Street.
FMI: 314-8155

CHINA
VENDORS WANTED
AFS Holiday Craft Fair, sponsored by Erskine Academy’s AFS Club.
Sat., Dec. 14, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Tables available for $20.
Application form due by Nov. 25.
FMI: email
sstevenson@erskine247.com

CHINA
On-going pre-Christmas Craft Fair
through December 24
to benefit Albert Church Brown Memorial Library
37 Main St.
Tues. – Thurs., 2 – 6 p.m.
Sat., 10 a.m. – noon
and at holiday open house Sun., December 8, 2 – 4 p.m.

GARDINER
Gardiner Lions Club Craft Fair,
Sat., Nov. 30, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., 25 Lions Ave.
VENDORS NEEDED: FMI: 242-4842 or rshorey51@aol.com.

GARDINER
Gardiner/Augusta Lions
Old Fashion Holiday Fair
Sat., Nov. 30, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
25 Lions Ave., Gardiner.
Crafters, vendors, gift wrapping, silent auction, white elephant table and lots of good food.
FMI: 242-4842

WATERVILLE
Kotlas Connection
Russian Ornament Sale
Temple Academy’s Craft Fair
Sat., Dec. 7
Waterville High School Craft Fair
Sat., Dec. 14
To benefit Kotlas Connection

WINDSOR
Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival
Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The Fusion of Windsor
T’was the first day of December, arts and crafts in one place. Unique gifts found under one roof for each smiling face. Enjoy holiday music and tasty treats. Children can visit with Santa and make holiday decorations with elves. Christmas tree raffle.

WINSLOW
St. John Catholic School
45th annual Christmas Fair
Friday, Dec. 6, 4 – 8 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 7, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
15 South Garand St.

Employment

Free

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Lost and Found

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Real Estate for Sale

Rentals

OFFICE SPACE for rent, in Professional Building, on heavily traveled Rte. 3, in South China. Immediate occupancy. Answering service available. Located near Bar Harbor Bank & Trust and South China Post Office. Please call 445-4475. (c)

SOUTH CHINA: Ranch house with views of China Lake. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, large yard. Pets considered. No smoking. Background check and proof of income required. Available end of December. You pay utilities. $900 month plus security deposit. Easy commute to Augusta or Waterville. Contact Lisa, 215-9980. Phone calls only. (12/5)

Services

EMILY WORKS PHOTOGRAPHY: Affordable portraits, events, landscapes, move. Portraits start at $35. Mention this ad for special: Buy one print, get one 1/2 off. http://emilyworks.webs.com. Call 207-314-8607 for an appointment. (c)

HOME HEALTHCARE nights, weekends, early mornings. Shopping, errands, light housekeeping. PSS state certified. Available days, evenings, weekends. Specializing in dementia and Alzheimers with certification. Call Diane 615-9007. (c)

Sports/Recreation

Volunteering

NEED VOLUNTEERS? or WANT TO VOLUNTEER? Visit our Contact page and send us an email with the subject line “Volunteer Classifieds.” Tell us about your situation and we’ll create a classified ad for you and include it in this section. And yes, it’s FREE!

CANCER PATIENT DRIVERS: The American Cancer Society is recruiting drivers to take cancer patients to their appointments. You need a good driving record, a current driver’s license, proof of adequate insurance, access to a safe and reliable vehicle, schedule availability, and regular desktop, laptop, or tablet computer access. FMI: contact Road to Recovery, at cancer.org or 1-800-227-2345. Volunteer now and help give cancer patients a much-needed ride. (c)

SOMERSET COUNTY CATHOLIC CHARITIES. Become a volunteer in Somerset County with Catholic Charities SEARCH Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. Call Cindy at 576-5730 or email cwhitney@ccmaine.org.

HOMELESS SHELTER: Waterville homeless shelter is in need of volunteers for childcare, office duties, donation sorting, meal prep, building maintenance, fundraising, and Friday food pantry operation. FMI: Beth LaBua, 872-8082 or elizbethl@shelterme.org.

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS WATERVILLE AREA, seeking volunteers who would like to tutor adults. There will be a tutor training workshop, Sat., Sept. 15, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., at the United Way office. FMI: 873-7786 or lvwaterville@gmail.com.

VASSALBORO FOOD STATION PANTRY seeks volunteers to assist with all areas of operations. There is an immediate and urgent need for a volunteer to drive the pantry vehicle to pick up food donations from our partnering stores in Augusta, 7:30 – 10 a.m., Thursdays. A backup driver is also needed for bread pick up in Waterville on Fridays. A shopping assistant is needed – someone interested in finding bargains and making purchases for the pantry (all purchases are reimbursed). Pantry assistants are also needed on Thursday mornings to assist with the weekly distribution. For more information about all these opportunities to assist those in need in our community, please leave a message at 873-7375 or email vassalborofsp@gmail.com.

KVCAP is in need of volunteer drivers to provide rides to medical services, work programs, programs for people with special needs, children’s services and a variety of other services that provide valuable assistance. Volunteers are reimbursed for mileage, must have a reliable vehicle, and pass a state background check. FMI: contact Steve at 859-1631 or steves@kvcap.org

MAINE ALLIANCE FOR ADDICTION RECOVERY is seeking individuals to form a planning committee for a Recovery Wellness Rally, scheduled for Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The first meeting is planned for May 8, starting at 6 p.m. at the MAAR office, 295 Water St., first floor conference room, Augusta. FMI: Darren at 207-621-4111. dripley@maineallianceforaddiction recovery.org.

SOUTH CHINA LIBRARY seeks volunteers during open hours Wed./Sat. Flexibility in work schedule. Work involves opening and closing the library, checking books in and out, re-shelving books. Training provided, but some familiarity with computer use helpful. FMI: Cheryl 445-2956 or clbaker818@gmail.com.

VOLUNTEER TEACHERS needed: art, logic and Latin. Grace Academy, Rte. 3, South China. FMI: 445-8239. (c)

THE VASSALBORO MINISTRY ASSOCIATION is currently looking for community minded residents who would like to join our group. Our mission includes helping fellow residents in need with an emergency delivery of heating oil.. The people we help include low income residents with a focus on families with children. If you would like to find out more please call Rose at 873-1342 or e-mail mainlystrmrs@myfairpoint.net.

Wanted

LOOKING TO BUY an old Rolex, Breitling, Patek Philipe or Omega watch. Any condition is welcomed. Call or text (207) 241-4489. (1/9)

Yard Sales/Flea Markets

SALE: EVERY FRI. & SAT., 10 a.m. – noon, 360 Route 3, So. China. Books, furniture, collectibles, Christmas items old and new, fishing, office, tools, and more. All proceeds given to Voice of the Martyrs. FMI: 592-9347. (c)

OUTDOOR FLEA
MARKET SATURDAY
Rain date Sunday
1144 Route 3, So. China
9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
$10/table, set-up 8 a.m.
Collectibles, glassware, clothing, firearms, comics, minerals.
FB: @1144Route3
207-649-3595