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Kevin M. Corbin, MSC, USN(Ret)
corb@aloha.net
Lihue, Hi USA
Big Brudda always watching !!
Haouli MakaHiki Hou !!
Happy New Year to friends and loved ones alike !!
Stay safe..
-Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at 23:44:44 (EST)
michele pomroy
pomroymichele@hotmail.com
Dexter, Me USA
wishing everyone a save and Happy New Year
if my big brother kevin see this a big hug thrown your way..have not seen u online bro..
-Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at 19:55:21 (EST)
glynn woodbury
glynnwoodbury@hotmail.com
atlanta, ga USA
HI yall from down South. The weather has been great as of lately with temperatures near high 50's everyday this week. Tonight is the big ole Happy New Year tradition with the annual Peach Drop in the downtown Atlanta area. It has nothing to compare to NY's apple but it is great as more than 100 thousand people celebrate the New Year. The wife and I are looking forward to to 2004 as we begin to plan our family. We also look forward to coming up North once again in the summer. So to the class of 87 let's get together and party the new year in this summer.
-Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at 16:40:33 (EST)
kimberly vigue
kimmycupcake3@hotmail.com
pomfret center, ct USA
hello daily maine guestbook! i love the state of maine. especially jackman. my dad, aime a. vigue was born there. he passed away 10/29/01, and is now buried there. does anyone out there know him, and have any stories to tell? let me know. i love hearing about the "old" days. his parents were william, and dezilda (maheux) roy veilleux. his siblings were arthur roy, mary roy, yvonne, titnom, and gerard vigue, isabella, and ??. every time we have come up, we've seen moose. this past summer, we saw 7! what a sight! thanks to all the locals in jackman who always show their kindness. a big hello to my cousin, jimmy gourde, and his wife rayle.
-Tuesday, December 30, 2003 at 21:14:35 (EST)
Carolyn Dubay
frogdubay@man.com
Brooksville, Fl. USA
Hello and Happy New Year to all you Mainers. We are in Michigan for the holidays with our daughter , Jackie and family.It is coold here too.
-Sunday, December 28, 2003 at 09:20:59 (EST)
Keith & Connie Seavey
kcseavey@tds.net
Corinna, Me. USA
Happy Holidays to all.
-Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 17:58:56 (EST)
Alden & Corinne Schmitz
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Bellevue, NE USA
A very blessed Christmas to all and a Happy New Year
-Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 12:24:26 (EST)
lenna may gilbert .,sheridan
leftynlenny@yahoo.com
lakeland, fl. USA
just seeing if theres a few of us still around. merry exmas and a happy new year to all in maine.
-Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 02:06:54 (EST)
The Greenback Hunter
kimbo@greenbackfishing.com
Traverse Bay Manitoba , Canada
Top Notch Site!
Top Notch Visit!
I'll be sure to come back!
-Tuesday, December 23, 2003 at 20:31:37 (EST)
Sally (Larrabee) Dow
sldkey@aol.com
Middletown, NY USA
Just want to wish everyone in Dexter Happy Holidays!
-Tuesday, December 23, 2003 at 20:22:33 (EST)
Paul Curtis
paulc@skechersusa.com.cn
Dongguan, China
-Sunday, December 21, 2003 at 21:37:05 (EST)
Kevin M. Corbin, USN(Ret.)
corb@aloha.net
Lihue, HI USA
Hey look..my little sister signed !! :-)
Back again in Hawaii after mom's funeral. Again, many thanks to all of those who were a part of her life.
Too bad I didn't run across too many "accomplices" to MY life. Always a future..right Jude?
Blessing to all during the holidays..aloha..
Kevin
-Sunday, December 21, 2003 at 13:41:35 (EST)
michele /milton pomroy
pomroymichele@hotmail.com
Dexter, me USA
-Friday, December 19, 2003 at 19:04:10 (EST)
Alden & Corinne Schmitz
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Bellevue, NE USA
Corinne and I want to wish all of our friends in Corinna, Newport and Dexter a Merry and Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year!
-Friday, December 19, 2003 at 10:56:38 (EST)
Cinderella's Cleaning Service
gleme@localnet.com
Parkman, ME USA
We have GIFT CERTIFICATES! They really do make wonderful, novel gifts. You don't even have to go out in the snow or the cold to purchase them. See how accommodating we are? What are you waiting for? Contact us at 207-876-4289 or visit our website. I'll be right here waiting.
-Sunday, December 14, 2003 at 22:29:11 (EST)
Kevin M. Corbin
corb@aloha.net
Dexter, Me USA
Hey..I've seen Joanne..where is everybody else?? Gonna head back on the morning of the 19th. I'll be out and about town, looking for people..ayuh!! aloha..
-Friday, December 12, 2003 at 21:38:18 (EST)
Elaine
missm4evr
Va. USA
What a wonderful online paper you have.Have been looking at the beautiful sights-buildings,churches,outdoors scenery etc...has anyone ever considered promoting a tour of these lovely places? I have seen much in my time but little to compare with the treasures you folks have there in your back yards! Seasons greetings to all and Peace on Earth for all of the peoples.
-Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 22:44:47 (EST)
Sae Hee Martin
saeheestudio@yahoo.com
Sangerville, Me USA
Wanting to meet Maine artists, exploring the possibility of opening an art supply store and looking for students interested in learning to paint.
-Monday, December 08, 2003 at 20:10:11 (EST)
Kevin M. Corbin
corb@aloha.net
Lihue, HI USA
Hey Jude, don't mean to bring any Hawaiian rain shower to melt your 1st snow of the winter. Mom passed away early the morning of the 8th. Many thanks and blessings to those that brought her comfort throughout her life, and during her time with Alzheimers. Aloha...Kevin
-Monday, December 08, 2003 at 06:00:29 (EST)
Judy Wilbur Craig
judy@DexterMaine.com
Dexter, ME USA
What a 1st Snow Storm for 2003!!!!!! I heard on the news we got 28 inches, but when shoveling it seemed double that!
Any of you have some good snow storm stories????
How about sharing some :)
Judy
-Monday, December 08, 2003 at 00:04:14 (EST)
Ivy Gilbert
igilbert@cfl.rr.com
Longwood, FL USA
Class of 1979!
Our 25th is around the corner. We are trying to build our email list of classmates, so please email me with as many addresses that you might have. Thanks.
-Monday, November 24, 2003 at 19:36:56 (EST)
Phil Hambrecht
zemo1@worldnet.att.net
Palm Coast, FL USA
Just dropping by to say Hi and wishing all a Happy Holidays. Saw the article in the Yankee magazine, reminds me of growing up in Dexter. Cherish what you have, for tomorrow it may be gone.
-Monday, November 17, 2003 at 15:23:47 (EST)
Tom
tomm@snet.net
USA
Looking up Willimatic Ct and came across this page. Some names looked familar...Monson, dover-foxcroft...and then it came to me that years ago I knew someone by the name of Skip Pullen who came from that area. Hope he is doing well!
-Sunday, November 09, 2003 at 22:09:10 (EST)
william F Reed
reedex21@juno.com
Zephyrhills, Fl. USA
I'm back at my home in Florida.The weather here has been just great.Playing a lot of golf.
-Sunday, November 09, 2003 at 10:47:17 (EST)
George M. Strike
USA
-Friday, November 07, 2003 at 21:11:22 (EST)
Alden & Corinne (Weed) Schmitz
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Bellevue, NE USA
Just a note to say "Hello" to all our old friends in the Corinna, Dexter, Newport area. We would love to hear from some of you.
-Monday, October 27, 2003 at 22:34:22 (EST)
Greg Vigue
gavigue@msn.com
Jacksonville, Al USA
I read with great interest the letter from Senator Paul Davis dated 21 October 2003. (Letters to the Editor) I think Senator Davis is right on with his comments regarding taxes, not only on property but the tax base overall in the State of Maine. A national study was recently released relating to states and taxes. Maine is in first place on taxing income,the highest in the nation. I believe it ranked 3rd highest in the nation on property tax. A more recent study revealed that 46% of families in Maine are currently living below the poverty level, this study was conducted by the US Government. The wages earned in the state are some of the lowest in the country. One has to ask themselves when is enough, enough... Mainers need not set back and just accept what is thrown their way. If your wondering why an "flatlander" cares what is happening in Maine it's because Maine will always be my state and Dexter my home, so you see I do care and God willing someday I'll return to my home where I hope I can afford to live a comfortable life. I strongly urge all who care to contact your representative's and fix the tax problem now.
-Tuesday, October 21, 2003 at 15:56:30 (EDT)
Greg Vigue
gavigue@msn.com
Jacksonville, USA
Just wondering where my e-mail disappeared to ? Casino for Maine. Maybe too many Mainers are not in favor of more jobs for the state. Response Requested.. Thanks
P.S. I did mention the Special Interest Groups, maybe they deleted my mail...
-Friday, October 17, 2003 at 17:16:51 (EDT)
Richard Maughs
authormaughsbk3@aol.com
Brookings , Or USA
-Monday, October 13, 2003 at 01:09:10 (EDT)
Leroy
Clinton, UT USA
-Sunday, October 12, 2003 at 21:23:19 (EDT)
Larry Bisbee
larry@countryfolkmusic.com
East Dixfield, ME USA
Countryfolk Music Theatre
Just finished a wonderful musical "Country" summer here at the Countryfolk Music Theatre. We finished the season with a two day Country Music Weekend at the West Farmington Grange Hall. It was a Country Jamboree and Dance weekend that raised funds for our Youth Music Scholarship Program. We met our goal and next summer we'll be able to give $500.00 in youth music scholarship awards. YEA!!
We also helped start a Musicians of Maine program on MT Blue Cable TV-11 in Farmington. If you perform, or know someone that does, call me right away. We are syndicating the show to other cable TV stations around Maine and currently have our show going into 30,000 homes each week. Also ask your local cable provider to schedule this show in your area. Its available free of charge. If you are intersted in performing, call me for more details at 207-645-3705 or email me or call the show producer, Dick Stevens at 207-645-4748.. Its open to all musicians. Its our way to help showcase Maine talent...
Thanks for coming to visit us and hope you will be able to bring your neighbors next summer. Best always, Larry (Bisbee)
-Friday, October 10, 2003 at 19:04:04 (EDT)
Joyce Buck
quiltlady35@midmaine.com
Doverfoxcroft, Me USA
This Joyce from DoverFoxcroft, Me Hello to all the folks in Fla. Espically to my friend Evelyn Byrd who lives in lake Placid, Fla. I'll be asking myself later, What am I doing up here in the cold? Hi, to all in the sunny south.
-Thursday, October 09, 2003 at 09:38:55 (EDT)
Anonymous
USA
Welcome to Dexter Maine Mr Robert Gallison
-Wednesday, October 08, 2003 at 10:29:48 (EDT)
c . davis
candyrap2002@yahoo.com
hinesville, ga USA
i'm a new resident of liberty ga and i love fishing but don't know this place. how can i find some good fishing?
-Sunday, October 05, 2003 at 18:38:55 (EDT)
Russell Sayer
Cabinetmaker03@yahoo.com
Coventry, RI USA
-Wednesday, October 01, 2003 at 19:27:01 (EDT)
Joseph Boyd
jfbcib1@cs.com
Sudbury, MA USA
My condolences to Deborah LESSARD Ronco and her wonderful family during this great time of sadness and grief in their mourning of their mother. May God let her rest in peace.

Deborah and I met in kindergarten at the Spring Street School. She was the first girl and last girl I have ever danced with. See the impact your first love has on you!!??! Then they transferred her out of my school just when I found out there were no such thing as "cooties". Well, that was my loss and I am sure her husband, Michael's gain. I just wanted to leave this message to an old and dear and hopefully not lost friend.
If you get a chance, copy down my email address (jfbcib1@cs.com) and drop me a note. I do occasionally get up to Dexter to Greenville to visit an old buddy and possibly sometime, stop by and say hi to you and your family. Take care and I am truly sorry about your mother's passing
-Wednesday, October 01, 2003 at 02:52:02 (EDT)
Lynne Harrison
lighthousesrcool@yahoo.com
Standish, ME USA
Well as September ends and October begins we in Maine are beginning to cool off, and the trees are lovely with the changing of the colors. Soon we will have to deal with the bitter cold and snow. But I will take it any day, as Maine is by far one of the most beaurtiful places on earth to be. And what a beautiful site you have.
-Wednesday, October 01, 2003 at 01:21:06 (EDT)
Dana Baldwin
dana.baldwin@us.army.mil
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Greetings from Kuwait to all Sangerville area folks.
-Monday, September 22, 2003 at 04:55:17 (EDT)
Jerry mcKenney
jemck24@webtv.net
daytona beach, fl USA
i MISS THE DAYS OF THUNDER!!!!! SPEEDY HALL SONNY CLEAVES, OWEN POOLER, NORM WAYMAN,DAVID AN DENNIS NELSON THE BOYS FROM BANGOR, YEH !! RIGHT!!! they always lost....an the one man that could change a tranmission as fast as me, Evert hebert (sp). I road with Leeroy an Bill Levenseller an sons at Bikeweek, last year. we had a great time , in between the rain. had not seen bill or leeroy in 30yrs. they are coming back..anyone reading this....COME ON DOWN AN RIDE!! GOD BLESS & RIDE IN PEACE. shadow rider
-Friday, September 19, 2003 at 00:31:25 (EDT)
Lynn
LynnH1955@aol.com
Elkhart, IN USA
I'm looking for my father-n-law.....Victor Nieves, probably in his 70's. His son(my husband)is Anthony Howard, son of Gladys Rivera. He was born 12-29-58 in The Bronx,NY
-Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 21:20:44 (EDT)
evans
evans_owowa2@yahoo.com
CA USA
Great site!!
-Sunday, September 14, 2003 at 15:33:25 (EDT)
Virginia (GINNY) Dempsey
ginnyd@kynd.net
Dover-foxcroft, Me USA
In Dec.2002 I moved to Dover after living many years in Dexter. I left behind alot of memorys on free st and many nice neighbors and a lot of friends. I like at Thayer Parkway. It is very nice here.
-Friday, September 05, 2003 at 04:57:30 (EDT)
James Ryder
jimr@megalink.net
Wilton, me USA
I visited your daily maine site and I just thought it was great.Are you going to do the gulf hagas sometime or have you already done it.
Great job
-Sunday, August 31, 2003 at 19:03:23 (EDT)
Sue (Goulette) Murray
Murr8s@aol.com
San Diego, Ca USA
Hello. Is there anybody out there? I'll be in Dexter Monday Sept. 8th thru Thurs. Sept. 11th. Would love to see you.
-Saturday, August 30, 2003 at 21:00:47 (EDT)
PJT
old@tds.net
St. Albans , ME USA
Hello, I recently came down with a disease called “RSD” I have found out that this ‘poem’ covers a lot of illness’s I hope this makes Others happy for a moment…
General Advice From RSD Patients
Don't allow yourself to live up to others' expectations,
live up to your own, they are more reasonable.
Don't be ashamed to say "I can't do it now.
" People that don't see you struggle each day
don't know better; you have to tell them.
Accept who you are today. We can't look back, only forward.
Learn to forgive.
Know that it is your heart and soul that makes you the great person you are,
not your physical capabilities.
I wish for all my RSD friends to have.................
:Comfort on difficult days.
:Smiles when sadness intrudes
:Rainbows to follow the clouds
:Laughter to kiss your lips
:Sunsets to warm your hearts
:Gentle hugs when spirits sag
:Friendship to brighten your being
:beauty for your eyes to see
:Confidence for when you doubt
:Faith so that you can believe
:Courage to know yourself
:Patience to accept the truth
:And love to complete your life
((((Gentle Hugs)))) PJT
-Tuesday, August 26, 2003 at 14:22:34 (EDT)
Janee Bull
jlb429@comcast.net
Carteret, NJ USA
I just finished reading Fred Wintle's "Chug-a-Mug" story. The reference to Stacy's Fuel Mart & the Jamboree brought back alot of memories. My husband & I used to watch with my Dad when we were home from NJ & the three of us would just scream with laughter. Sure wish we'd had a VCR then! Those tapes would be fun to see again.
-Monday, August 25, 2003 at 22:30:36 (EDT)
Kimberly Adcock
kimmya_11@hotmail.com
Madisonville, Ky USA
Love your website! Am looking forward to the day when I can bring my family to Dexter, my childhood vacation spot.
-Sunday, August 24, 2003 at 20:12:08 (EDT)
Esther Bingham Thompson
jbabe59@knology.net
Charleston, SC USA
Hello to the town of Dexter. I was wondering if anyone that reads this site went to the 25th reunion of the class of 1978. I would love to hear from anyone that went. I would also love to see pictures. I have two e-mail addresses- jbabe59@knoogy.net and jbabe59@yahoo.com Thanks Esther By the way, GREAT SITE!!!
-Saturday, August 23, 2003 at 09:41:00 (EDT)
Lisa
Shawnee, KS USA
Lisa's gifts
Great site! Looking forward to visiting Maine in the near future.
-Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 06:51:44 (EDT)
Lisa
Shawnee, KS USA

Great site! Looking forward to visiting Maine in the near future.
-Wednesday, August 20, 2003 at 06:51:15 (EDT)
Alden Schmitz
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Bellevue, NE USA
Corinne and I just returned home to Nebraska after spending a couple of weeks visiting in the Maine and Massachusetts area visiting friends and family. It rained every day we were there, but we still had a good time and New England is as beautiful as ever.
-Tuesday, August 19, 2003 at 11:03:10 (EDT)
BOB SMITH
bsmith@chartertn.net
CHURCH HILL, TENNESSEE USA
VISIT MAINE EVERY YEAR (MONSON AREA) AND LOVE IT.
-Friday, August 15, 2003 at 13:20:49 (EDT)
Sarah Hanscome
Shanscome@caredev.org
Ripley, ME USA
GREAT WEEKEND, LOADS OF FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The atmosphere downtown this weekend was very relaxed just like in the old west, very interesting to watch people strolling the streets enjoying themselves . Thanks to Judy and Amie and the others that helped pull this thing off!
-Monday, August 04, 2003 at 13:35:35 (EDT)
a friend
me USA
Hello to Jan on the Milo Road at Deer Pond Antiques.
-Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 00:05:02 (EDT)
Jeff Sampson
samp53@charter.net
Yakima, WA USA
I just gotten back from a visit to Dexter. What a wonderful place. The 4th of July was great. My brother and I stayed for a week. We were there on a family tree project. George Sampson and Barbra Clukey and family were just great. I had a great time. Can't wait untill I can visted there again. The Townsfolks were very nice and a great bunch of people at Rubins Pup. Thank's to the family for a great time.
-Tuesday, July 29, 2003 at 19:16:05 (EDT)
Jeannie
Coco Beach, FL USA
I love Dexter. I must pop in there sometime and visit my friend Bob Bellows
-Sunday, July 27, 2003 at 21:37:36 (EDT)
DOUG DONALD
DOUGD@MAINE.RR.COM
SCARBOROUGH, ME USA
ORIGINALY FROM MILO NICE SITE
-Friday, July 25, 2003 at 08:42:06 (EDT)
Alfred Bellows
abellows@nasa.org
Coco Beach, FL USA
Is it true that Buddy Ebsen was from Dexter. I have much enjoyed him on television. God Bless Dexter.
-Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 22:37:54 (EDT)
gracie dee
Hopeville, Md. USA
I so enjoy your Daily Me website... it makes me feel as though i am 'home' again... the front page pictures are marvelous and the word of the day has extended my vocabulary immensely...
keep up the excellent efforts and thank you for not bogarting the splender of re-visiting the homesteads of areas such as Dexter, Dover-Fox, and Garland ... it brings a special warmth upon reading your features within your Daily Me.. thank you.
-Saturday, July 19, 2003 at 20:13:24 (EDT)
Vicki
vstrombeck@cfl.rr.com
FL USA
Love the pictures! When I miss Maine too much, I just log onto your site!
-Wednesday, July 16, 2003 at 13:44:31 (EDT)
Bridget Fellows
bridgetfellows@sbcglobal.net
San Jose, CA USA
Class of 1985 - Anyone out there?
-Monday, July 14, 2003 at 23:59:45 (EDT)
Vanessa
hope_f_germany@yahoo.de
Germany, Germany Germany
Searching for my dad
Hello, im Vanessa 15years old and iam searching for my dad, all informations that i have are in my homepage. Please take a minute and read it, maybe you can help me! Here is my url: http://www.freehomepage.de/members/vanessafreier
-Sunday, July 13, 2003 at 11:51:58 (EDT)
Lloyd Webber
lrwebber@nbnet.nb.ca
Cloverdale, N.B. Canada
Thanks for the article on my cousin, Ivory Webber, Jr. Was glad to hear from a friend of his, Lloyd
-Sunday, July 13, 2003 at 10:31:20 (EDT)
Lisa Wood
lisalightheart@aolcom
San Diego, CA USA
The Long Riders Guild
Famous equestrian Gene Glasscock will be meeting the Maine Governor on Monday, July 14 on the capitol steps. For more info visit www.thelongridersguild.com
-Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 14:25:02 (EDT)
Suey Chang
South Amboy, NJ USA
I was hoping to visit Dexter this summer but started a new job. Maybe I will come visit in November.
-Wednesday, July 09, 2003 at 21:42:33 (EDT)
Cheryl Burton
csburton@tdstelme.net
Ripley, ME USA
We are starting to plan the 30th reunion of the class of 1974 which will be next year. Would like to hear from classmates regarding names and addresses of other classmates. Hope to hear from you soon.
-Monday, July 07, 2003 at 18:28:57 (EDT)
Barry Pooler
poohler@adelphia.net
Dexter, Me USA
Long time employee of Frank Allen!
-Sunday, June 29, 2003 at 16:23:18 (EDT)
Denise Eastman
prettywoman1953@aol,com
Hermon, ME USA
Freddie, it was so good to read your story and to know that my grandfather left an impression/memory on someone else. You really brought Grampie and Grammie back to life for me and Slinky also. I had forgotten all about her. Once you crossed the lawn and greeted Slinky, the next thing you would have seen would have been the bleeding heart bushes beside the front door steps. Do you remember those? They came flooding back into my memory. Thanks for the great memory! I can't begin to tell you how much that meant to me. Oh, and if the class of 1971 has a (gulp) 35th reunion in 2006, I sure would like to be invited to see some of my old friends even though we moved away at the end of my 8th grade year. I do remember you and your brother and all of your sisters and especially fifth grade and Mr. Clukey's class when you put those taps on your shoes and it was your week to ring the bells for all the classes and recess! You would try to sneak back into the classroom quietly and it just didn't work! What a hellion you were then! But always the greatest guy!
Denise
-Saturday, June 28, 2003 at 01:17:50 (EDT)
Judy Wilbur Craig
webmaster@DexterMaine.org
Dexter, ME USA
Wild West Week-End in Dexter
Hi:
I am encouraging ALL Dexter Residents, Businesses, Organizations, Churches, Clubs, etc. to join us in "Uniting Family and Community in Dexter" August
1st through August 3rd!
We have had a tough couple of years here in Dexter, and now is the time to "get back in the saddle" and get Dexter on the trail again.
Call or email us with any ideas YOU might have to make Wild West Weekend "wild"....
We will do all the advertising/promotion for you FREE.... You don't have to do alot, just do something!
Dress up, ride a horse to town, decorate your house/business in Wild West style, put on your business sign that you are having specials during Wild
West Weekend!
UNITE with the rest of Dexter and lets start a stampede towards a new future here in the Heart of Maine.
See you Friday through Sunday at the 1st Annual Wild West Weekend!!!!
-Friday, June 27, 2003 at 10:50:11 (EDT)
Roger Stutzman
apex027@hotmail.com
Carnegie , Pa USA
Just stopped in to say hi!!
-Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 19:07:16 (EDT)
Will Boone
w.e.boone@ntlworld.com
Nottingham, England
Looking forward to seeing everyone back home.
Emma and I will be over for a 2 week holiday at the end of July.
Can't wait!!
See you soon.
-Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 07:49:46 (EDT)
craig
Garland, ME USA
it`s nice to see you keep the guest books contents intelligent thank you
-Monday, June 23, 2003 at 17:14:26 (EDT)
Jere Richardson
glasspjr@aol.com
Grafton, WI. USA
Thank you Judy for the picture of the old Dexter Fire. Dept. Hand Tub. I had the fun of helping to restore the Hand Tub many years ago with Ernie Robinson, Chet Bailey and other names that I can't remember. I have copied the picture and taken the picture to our local fire dept. I received a Dexter Fire Department shoulder patch from Roger Salley a few days ago. I will add it to our collection of patches from all over the country. I am very proud to tell fellow firemen about D.F.D.
I belong to the Cedarburg Fire Dept. with many retired Fire Fighters. Char my wife says I spend allmost as much time at the station as I did in Dexter. I just say once a fireman always a fireman. As I read the messages in the guestbook it brought back memories of Moxie Falls, Borestone Mt.so many great times spent in the area.
Have A Great Summer. Jere & Char Richardson
-Saturday, June 21, 2003 at 19:41:42 (EDT)
pat snodgrass
jerrysnodgr@msn.com
Glenburn, Me USA
Hello, I have asked your help before and have recived. Any one out there know of the words to the songs by the Hee Haw Gospel Quartet--------Empty Mansions, Only One Step More, or When I get to the End of the Way?????????????? If anyone knows or where we can get them we will be quite thankful. Hope everyone has a nice July 4th. Our church will be in the Bangor Parade. Enjoy your towns celebrations. Thanks Pat
-Saturday, June 21, 2003 at 12:58:25 (EDT)
Suey Chang
South Amboy, NJ USA
I have visited Dexter many times and love your quaint little town. I visit your webpage often when I cannot visit in person. Things are getting very hot and nasty in NJ. Maybe it's time for me to move to Dexter! Keep up the good work.
-Friday, June 20, 2003 at 16:29:23 (EDT)
Tammy Ackerman
Tackerman@hvc.rr.com
Port Ewen, NY USA
Maine...where I want to be...
-Thursday, June 19, 2003 at 18:49:07 (EDT)
Ruth
USA
Very well done indeed. -Monday, June 16, 2003 at 21:52:52 (EDT)
Allen Coholic
Detroit, MI USA
Love your site. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
-Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 15:52:42 (EDT)
glynn woodbury
glynnwoodbury@hotmail.com
Atlanta, ga USA
Hi Yall Northerners,
Well as we all know the Redsox are up to there usual playing.. First in the division before the All Star Game.. just hope that this year is unlike any others and we kick the Yankees out and lead the East to the Playoffs.
The Braves are doing excellent and are on track for the best year. The bats are hot as well pitching has been a success. As an Atlantan I have come accustomed to the best record but hopefully we can over come some curses and make another shot for the World Series.
WEll a little update on myself and the wife. We are doing great and it is very hard to believe our one year anniversary is just around the corner (Sept. 21). We are planning a trip to SAn Francisco for 6 days and 5 nights. I wanted to go back to the Cancun, Mexico but the wife had no interest after surviving to hurricanes during our honeymoon. School is going great as I am out for the semester.. can't wait to hit the books once again this Fall as I plan to pick up Statistics and Acct 2. I have actually began studying and reading material so I will be one step ahead of my fellow peers.
Hope all is going well up North and maybe the year 2004 we will get back home for a little vacation. Miss all the friends and look forward to hearing from the class of 87 or there abouts. Guess the next reunion may be the big 20th..
-Saturday, June 07, 2003 at 03:48:41 (EDT)
Lynda - Hartford - Patterson
jelyn10691@aol.com
Lamione, Me USA
Still here in Beautiful Lamoine! Would love to hear from Old friends.
-Friday, May 30, 2003 at 01:56:40 (EDT)
bob, doc hollidays
azzhobob@aol.com
new port richey, fl USA
i lived in dexter for a short time, remember a lot
-Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 13:25:27 (EDT)
Private Krankenversicherung
Europe
Keep up this great resource. best greetings.
-Friday, May 23, 2003 at 06:38:15 (EDT)
perry tompkins
perrytompkins20001@yahoo
Mars Hill, me USA
I Like fishing and hunting maine, I do that with my cousion
-Friday, May 16, 2003 at 09:02:52 (EDT)
Shari
svan@tellink.net
Wilton , NH USA
GREAT PICTURES. THANKS FOR THE INFO WE ARE GOING TO HIKE TO MOXIE FALLS ON SATURDAY 5/17.
-Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 21:01:56 (EDT)
bruce
bfin@gwi.net
pittsfield, me. USA
Enjoyed the pictures and the info. We are going to hike borestone mtn. this sat.(5/10). thanks !
-Friday, May 09, 2003 at 15:54:32 (EDT)
Cheryl Burton
csburton@tdstelme.net
Ripley, ME USA
Had your web site as my home page while in Florida. Kept me posted on events in and around Dexter. It was great!!
-Friday, May 02, 2003 at 10:03:01 (EDT)
Judy Wilbur Craig
editor@TheDailyME.com
Dexter, ME USA
TheDailyME.com
Sorry, the guestbook was suffering from Spring Fever!!!
-Friday, May 02, 2003 at 09:39:57 (EDT)
Peggy
Cape Cod, ma USA
Just learned of the death of Scott Langlais. My thoughts are with his family. God Bless
-Tuesday, April 08, 2003 at 08:37:30 (EDT) from address 141.157.170.242
Rev. Dick Norsworthy
fireflyrev@netscape.net
Dexter, ME USA
Norma Trefethen Karram is a credit to her mother and father who raised her, to her church and her community (Dexter) in which she grew up, and to her country the highest ideals of which she so eloquently espouses in her email to The Daily Me.
-Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 13:45:13 (EDT) from address 209.194.186.179
Norma Trefethen Karram
imtuhan@geocities.com
El CAjon, CA USA
If you think this war is far away and doesn't involve you (except for maybe preempting you favorite TV show) Think again.
I live on a small street in El Cajon that ends in a cul-de-sac.
The 14 families on my street include:
2 Chaldean (they're the Christian Iraqis from Central Iraq) families
1 Assyrian (Christian Iraqis from Northern Iraq) family
1 American family where the husband is on the USS Constellation in the Gulf
1 American family where the husband is Navy and they usually have 1 or 2 Navy men as boarders.
1 Palestinian (Christian) family (mine)
1 Iraqi Kurdish family
1 American family where the father is US Border Patrol
1 Iranian and Russian Bahai family

That's 9 out of 14 with direct ties to this War and the War on Terrorism. And I feel safe in saying that as good neighbors all the rest are tied to it too.(A couple of others I know have friends ready to ship out) Whether it's the one who was observant enough to notice the "Arab" kids weren't playing out side after 9-11 and went to the mothers and told them to open their garage doors and send their kids out, we'd all take care of each other, or the minister who prays for all sides or just those who always wave as they drive in and out. We are all neighbors. We are diverse, we are one neighborhood, we span the globe and we live next door. We cover the spectrum when it comes to opinions but we remain neighbors and friends not adversaries or enemies. (As an aside, my daughter has a Kurdish friend with two brothers in Iraq for months translating for American forces).
Whether you're pro war or anti-war express your opinion, standup for what you believe, conduct discussions with respect for the other side. Remember that what we are fighting for is the right to have an opinion and to express it, whether we agree with another's opinion or not. If we believe in freedom of speech we must be ready too fight for it. I must be ready to stand in front of my friend's or my foes and say what I believe to be true. For some this means going to peace rallies, for others this means going to war, for me it just means daily discussions with others' prejudices, but we must all stand for what we believe.
If you think this war doesn't belong to you I argue that it does. If you do nothing, you are to blame for the outcome, more than the war protestor or Bush. If you see wrong and do nothing you are to blame. It is up to you to decide what is wrong. It is up to you to make a difference. It can be as simple as being nice to your neighbors. It can discussing the pros and cons with your neighbor. It can be joining a march of anti-war, pro-war or pro-troops marchers. It can be discussing it with your kids (or parents). But take a stand for what you believe.
The great thing about America is, that though it's far from a perfect democracy, one person can make a difference. Just as the straw broke the camel's back, your opinion can be the one that turns the tide.
If you still can't see this as your fight look around you and see what you think is worth fighting for and do something about it. Do not say "Oh that's somebody else's problem", for they are all truly your problems, just as you are the solution.
As another indication of how close this war is, in the middle of writing this memo, I spoke to a co-worker who's a neighbor of the American soldier killed when the two British helicopters collided. And it hasn't gone un-noticed the casualties Maine has suffered.
And remember whether you're pro-war or anti-war what we all want is the same PEACE!
-Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 13:09:27 (EST) from address 132.239.91.75
glynn woodbury
glynnwoodbury@hotmail.com
atlanta, GA USA
Hi Yall from down South,
I really liked the April Fools joke. Well all and all the Atlanta has been great. We have had an average temperature of 60 the past few days. Wow what yall have 30's!! Sorry for ya!! Hope all is well and lets cheer on those Boston Redsox and break the gambino curse. Go Dexter Tigers as well!! Look forward to seeing some of all soon and escpecially hearing from the class of 87 or there abouts. Where are yall!!
-Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 08:55:54 (EST) from address 168.28.210.130
Pat
Very nice site.
-Tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 14:45:13 (EST) from address 65.171.60.147
Ruth
USA
-Tuesday, April 01, 2003 at 09:15:44 (EST) from address 65.171.60.4
John Thomas
maine125@ptd.net
Nazareth, PA USA
I am looking for anyone that served in the Air Force at Pease AFB, NH in the Jet Shop, Years, 1968-69. Thanks
-Monday, March 31, 2003 at 17:49:59 (EST) from address 204.186.35.75
Kevin M. Corbin, USN(Ret.)
dacorb@aloha.net
Lihue, HI USA
Isle of Paradise
Just thought I'd stop by and do a check-in. After "somebody" noted I had seemingly developed a "mean streak", I sought psych-counseling. Appears I had been badly mentally abused by my younger siblings..hehehe !
Hey..keep your smiles up..summer will eventually warm your bones back into one piece. Keep your stories popping up Fred..Ciao
-Monday, March 31, 2003 at 04:32:27 (EST) from address 64.75.190.70
Debbie
dld@midmaine.com
Guilford, ME USA
Hi Judy-
Just looked at "Off the Beaten Path"-beautiful pic's. Good work on The Daily Me-keep it up !!
-Sunday, March 30, 2003 at 15:49:58 (EST) from address 66.252.34.40
Lora-Jean Getchell
laurajeang@tds.net
Ripley, Me USA
-Friday, March 28, 2003 at 19:15:51 (EST) from address 216.170.193.112
Larry Bisbee
larry@countryfolkmusic.com
East Dixfield, ME USA
Countryfolk Music Theatre
Countryfolk Music Theatre in East Dixfield, Maine offers new and seasoned musicians and songwriters a venue to showcase their talent.
Free "Country Sundays" are held weekly, Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day on US route 2, East Dixfield, Maine. The music is traditional country, bluegrass, gospel folk and blues. We also like Celtic, ethnic, contra and old-time musicians.. Our "Musician's Recognition Day is July 20th. We call it "Banjos to Bagpipes. Music is always from 12 noon to 6pm (sometimes later) Everyone's invited and always welcome. Bring musicians, chairs, food, beverage and family.
-Friday, March 28, 2003 at 01:14:42 (EST) from address 208.8.50.55
Judy Wilbur Craig
Judy@DexterMaine.com
Dexter, ME USA
Dexter Business
Let there be Peace soon.....
-Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 18:27:47 (EST) from address 12.27.186.209
Peter
Germany
Greetings from Germany!
-Tuesday, March 25, 2003 at 16:11:09 (EST) from address 212.185.238.216
Vernon Chumbley
USA
-Sunday, March 23, 2003 at 10:56:19 (EST) from address 12.215.48.107
Alden Schmitz
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Bellevue, NE USA
I haven't checked out the Daily ME for quite a while, but it is still on my Favorites list. My wife, Corinne (Weed) and I grew up in Corinna and graduated from CUA in the mid 50s.
We would be pleased to hear from any old classmates or friends that remember us. (Should I have said "old" classmates?)
-Thursday, March 20, 2003 at 22:23:08 (EST) from address 67.26.67.15
Alice Belgard
alicebel@msn.com
Sandston, Va USA
Thanks again Judy for this site. Enjoy visiting it daily .Sounds like John has a problem Re 9/11/01. I checked his site and scrollin sidewise bothers my eyes. Asked some good friends to check it for me. Once I heard from them they seem to agree that John is saying that we didn't really see an actual happening. Boy if that is true the TV networks worked Miracles and NY fireman on the scene were duped into seeing what wasn't and many dying during a NONE event. Sorry I just gave somebody too much attention. Lord forgive him,he knows not what he speaketh of.
-Sunday, March 16, 2003 at 23:37:20 (EST) from address 67.201.169.181
craig
united states of amercia
john...what are you trying to say?? that 09/11 never happened?
-Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 08:07:26 (EST) from address 12.27.185.247
john
USA
(edited) -Friday, March 14, 2003 at 16:00:06 (EST) from address 200.63.129.169
Alice Russell Belgard
alicebel@msn.com
Sandston, Va USA
Thanks Judy for this site,you and Dexter beautiful.Sorry Fred once again have neglected thanking you for the enjoyment received from last few columns.Had been long period between them and then WOW you were in HIGH GEAR.
-Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 06:59:14 (EST) from address 67.201.169.178
Sandy (Holt) Snide
Webnut49@localnet.com
Parkman, ME USA
MAINE - The Way I See It
Hey Judy.....A big warm welcome to Dexter (the horse)!!! That was a great photo of the two of you...I'll have to get over to meet him one of these days (if the weather ever warms up!!!)
-Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 19:30:48 (EST) from address 66.202.88.83
Amie Smith
amie@mistyblueacres.com
Dexter, ME USA
Misty Blue Acres & Tack Shop
I couldn't resist complimenting you on your new purchase (since I did help!). The horse, "Dexter" is sure to receive more comments from the site. Glad that you have enough confidence to let us help you find another "special" friend. Good luck with Dexter and I'm anxious to have him come and stay with us! Just think, carriage driving season is just around the corner. We'll be sure to hook him for a most enjoyable Shore Road trip soon!! Keep up the great work!
-Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 17:35:51 (EST) from address 216.204.161.164
Judy Wilbur Craig
judy@DexterMaine.com
Dexter, ME USA
Town of Dexter website
For you people who aren't aware, the Town of Dexter's website is at www.DexterMaine.org.
We try to include a little of everything on the site and have hundreds and hundreds of pages of "stuff".
Everything from the Town Manager's Weekly Journal to Calendar of Events, snowmobile trail updates, businesses in Dexter, resident emails, local postcards, new books & tapes each month and so much more.
The newest Town Report is also online (except the tax lists)....
We hope you will take advatage of all the information and let us know if there is anything else you would like to see.
Judy
-Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 12:57:58 (EST)
JERE & CHAR RICHARDSON
GLASSPJR@AOL.COM
GRAFTON, WI USA
Hi to Dexter friends.Judy what a wonderful web sight. I check it out every week,at least once.
It would be nice if you could add to the "Dexter Fire Dept" photos of the trucks. I am a member of the Cedarburg WI. Fire Dept. As an old timmer.
Also I would like to know who is the secetary of the Dexter High School class of 1946. Hope someone will be able to help me.
By the way Vicki & Buz Reed, former Dexter High Grads. Publish Porcupine Magazine a littery arts magazine. It is sold nationaly Ppine259@AOL.com Vickireed.com
Check them out sometime.
-Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 20:26:34 (EST)
Scott Wintle
wintle@midmaine.com
Dexter, Me USA
DVD & VHS sports tapes 4 Sale
Great Web Site, Can`t wait for spring, this weather is getting old.
If anyone is interested in any DVD or VHS Sports tapes click above.
-Monday, March 10, 2003 at 22:33:49 (EST)
Chuckie
chucker@simple.com
Randolph, USA
Tomhegan
Check Tomhegan Camps out. Stayed there last week. Beautiful.
-Saturday, March 08, 2003 at 21:31:08 (EST)
Caroline Chaudhary
ilostmytruelove@hotmail.com
Brooklyn, NY USA
just stopped by to say hi.
-Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 20:21:32 (EST)
Stuart Clukey
k2stu@earthlink.net
Carmel, ME USA
Judy, Just found your web page. Think its great. Will be returning frequently. k2
-Tuesday, March 04, 2003 at 11:04:52 (EST)
Tamara C. Kennedy
tkenney@zwallet.com
Plymouth, USA
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-Monday, March 03, 2003 at 15:49:49 (EST)
enugu holland
gayvsmugu@yahoo.com
florida, USA
i love this site
-Sunday, March 02, 2003 at 14:08:30 (EST)
Alice Belgard
alicebel@msn.com
Sandston, Va USA
Looking Back
Am slowing down I guess as I just now found your latest writing Fred.Enjoyed as always and it reminded me of stories about Reggie Mossy.Thanks much.
-Saturday, March 01, 2003 at 08:56:11 (EST)
Judy Wilbur Craig
judy@DexterMaine.com
Dexter, ME USA
Dexter Winter Festival 2003
Kuddos to all those who work on the Dexter Winter Festival despite the extreme cold weather!
The Fireworks were GREAT and it was the 1st time I ever saw 'winter fireworks', but I hope it won't be the last.
I hope next year, more people will brave the elements and take part in the Sculture contest. The High Schools and towns were really good!
Please stop by the website and see all the photos that Bill Murphy and I took throughout the weekend.
Stay warm, spring is almost here!
-Monday, February 24, 2003 at 11:16:34 (EST)
Ryan Smith
Sunset, UT USA
Very informative webpage. Dexter seems like a town the way life use to be. Wish Utah could be as nice.
-Friday, February 21, 2003 at 09:38:11 (EST)
Alice Russell Belgard
alicebel@msn.com
Sandston, Va USA
Judy,Very much enjoy being allowed to visit Dexter via this Media.
Lived in Dexter about 9 yrs in 70"s and enjoyed it. Originally from Corinna and away many years with late husband in Navy Maine stayed my State.Now in Va for about 20 yrs Maine is still HOME.
Thanks forgiving me another way to stay in touch. This is one of first 2 things I do daily, this and Cattailpress.The 2 pretty well keeps me up to date.
-Friday, February 21, 2003 at 06:41:34 (EST)
Marcia DeMuro
earnard@zwallet.com
Walden, NY USA
Super, super site!! Very well done indeed!!
-Monday, February 17, 2003 at 15:16:26 (EST)
SANDRA DEAN
little_kitten51@yahoo.com
pilot mt., nc USA
it is exciding to to be able to see what is going on back in my home state every now and then. PLEASE KEEP UP GOOD WORK YOU DO!
-Sunday, February 16, 2003 at 11:05:54 (EST)
Cheryl Burton
burt646@bellsouth.net
Barefoot Bay, FL USA
This is my Florida email address. I promise I will not rub it in about the weather like Kevin Corbin does. Kevin, I never knew you had were so mean back in high school. Did you develop this after you moved? Michelle and Jeff don't have this streak. What happened???
-Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 19:25:56 (EST)
Kevin M. Corbin, USN(Ret.)
dacorb@aloha.net
Lihue, HI USA
Isle of Paradise
Yep..still hanging round. Sitting here, all bundled up..got down to 58 degrees one nite..but wait..did I see -9 on the website for you folks??? hehehe..and I THOUGHT I had it bad..tsk..tsk..tsk..foolish me..:-)
-Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 05:35:05 (EST)
Mary Landry Potter
motherpotter@yahoo.com
Saco, Me USA
I am having the most fun time of my life, working on a television show called the Maine Dish, with Jim Crocker. I think you can catch it in central Maine. The station is, WPXT (WB51) Sundays at 11:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 9 a.m. Watch it for tasty dishes with a Maine flair. If you do see it, I would love some feed back. Thanks and eat well. Mary
-Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 21:35:18 (EST)
Alyce (McManus)Gregory
papusg@aol.com
Ojai, CA USA
Am wanting to rent a cottage on Lake Wassookeag for the month of August.Please get in touch if something is available.
-Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 18:50:10 (EST)
Alice Russell Belgard
alicebel@msn.com
Sandston, VA USA
Hi Fred very glad to have another of your memories to read about.You and Kirk evoke memories of other young boys and their "Adventures".You and your pals sure were that!!
-Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at 06:21:58 (EST)
Jeff Dubay
jeffdu_04976@yahoo.com
Cambridge, ME USA
Just heard about you yesterday and was delighted to see a 'close to home' news website. Will be checking in often. Looks very good from where I'm sitting.
Jeff
-Monday, February 10, 2003 at 12:14:02 (EST)
awella shella
shella@yahoo.com
taxax, USA
what a sweet site & interesting.
-Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 20:20:31 (EST)
Ellen Finch Mokler
elmo57@aol.com
Lawrence, MA USA
I'm falling in love with the area!!!
My family and I are thinking about relocating. Looking for house and employment. I've taught for 20 years, grad of UMF. Hubby does it all!! PLUS two cute talented kids!!!
-Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 22:53:51 (EST)
Lynn
Pensacola, FL USA
Just checking on the temps up there...
-Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 22:37:21 (EST)
kerry pratt
kaspa42@prexar.com
clifton, me USA
I just received my first postcard from your site-love it! Keep up up the great work!
Kerry
-Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 20:43:34 (EST)
Heather Wood
pettie@adelphia.net
Hill, NH USA
Wonderful site. Well done, easily navigated and very interesting. Congrats !
-Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 15:13:47 (EST)
Dan Baldwin
dan.baldwin@kuwait.army.mil
USA
Judy,
"Jasper plowing" reminds me of the winters I spent at the farm on the Sangerville/Dexter road. I remember snow up to the top of the telephone poles. Of course, now, I expect it was really a matter of perspective (my 4-year old height looking up over the plowed snowbanks making them appear to touch the top of the poles.
Anyway, it's a tall tale to tell the youngsters of today.
God bless you and all your guests. Dan
-Tuesday, February 04, 2003 at 04:35:00 (EST)
Sue Goulette Murray
murr8s
San Diego, CA USA
Hello all. I've been out of cyberspace for a few weeks, so wanted to get my new email address out there.
This town is nuts because of the Super Bowl happening here tomorrow. Hope everyone is staying warm---it's a chilly 60 degrees here at 9:00 A.M. Go Buckeneers!!
-Saturday, January 25, 2003 at 12:00:44 (EST)
April Jones
sentiouslady28@hotmail.com
Saint Albans, ME USA
this is a very interesting site
-Monday, January 20, 2003 at 15:34:51 (EST)
Cheryl Burton
csburton@tdstelme.net
Ripley, ME USA
Judy, I love your web page.
We will be going to Florida at the end of the month until March and this will be a great way to keep in touch with the Dexter area events and news. Keep up the great work.
-Wednesday, January 15, 2003 at 11:28:30 (EST)
Gayanne
gwintle@townviewleather.com
Dexter,ME USA
Town View Leather Moccasins
Judy, your local "paper" is wonderful and is my home page. I also enjoy reading your Guestbook, since I always see messages from people near and far that I either know of have heard of.
Keep up the good work and you will make many readers happy. Happy New Year to you and yours, Gayanne
-Friday, January 10, 2003 at 21:36:58 (EST)
craig
Garland, USA USA
thank you for your services judy.
you are doing a great job!
-Wednesday, January 08, 2003 at 15:31:12 (EST)
Ronald Williams
ronaldw157@aol.com
Dayton, NV USA
My family and I lived in Sangerville on rt23 for 15 years. I really enjoy reading about all the things that are happening. And remembering the good times we had.
Our youngest son was born at Mayo hospital back in 85. Thank you for putting this out there for people like us to read.
-Monday, January 06, 2003 at 23:14:17 (EST)
Lisa Whalen Clingman
Laconia, NH USA
Hope everyone has a great New Year!
-Monday, January 06, 2003 at 18:42:10 (EST)
Norman Tremblay
nct@sunline.net
Venice, Fl USA
great site love to keep up with the news from home
-Monday, January 06, 2003 at 10:07:15 (EST)
Jane Bull
jlb429@comcast.net
Carteret, NJ USA
Happy New Year to my Ripley & Dexter friends. Especially the Class of 1964. Hope everyone has good health in 2003.
-Friday, January 03, 2003 at 12:20:07 (EST)
Rev. Dick Norsworthy
fireflyrev@netscape.net
Tucson, AZ USA
Happy New Year to our friends in our Dexter homeland, and special thanks to Bob Simpson and Dave Pearson of our Town Hall Crew for making my old year go out and my new year come in peacefully and content.
-Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 13:38:55 (EST)
Judy Wilbur Craig
Editor@TheDailyME.com
Dexter, ME USA
TheDailyME.com
I would like to wish all my readers a successful and healthy New Year in 2003!
If anyone has a news release, an upcoming event in the Central Maine area, photos, Letters to the Editor, poems and stories that you would like to share with our many readers, email me and I will try to include it on TheDailyME.com.
...and remember, "Wish for what you want, work for what you get".
Judy
-Thursday, January 02, 2003 at 10:23:06 (EST)
PRISCILLA HEMENWAY ADAMS
PRISCILLADAMS@AOL.COM
DECATUR, TX USA
Happy new year to all my ripley/dexter friends
This site has brought a lot of my old friends and family back into my life.thankyou!
I will be in dexter this coming august and hope to see some of you then.
Thanks again
Priscilla
-Wednesday, January 01, 2003 at 18:20:01 (EST)

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