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Melissa Hills
Hi! My name is Melissa Hills, I am from Fernley Nevada. I would like to give a shout out to Linda and Frank Gilbert. Howdy Linda and Frank!!
- Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Nodal37@aol.com
I currently live in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, but I was born at Plummer Memorial Hospital in 1962, with Dr. Burke as the physician who delivered me! Amazing, I just googled the hospital name and was able to actually see a picture of Plummer Memorial Hospital and read about the history of this beautiful old HOUSE! I couldn't believe how quaint it was! My young parents were living in Dexter, in a trailer park, because at that time my Dad worked for H.E. Sergent, Inc. who had some work in the area. We eventually settled down in Orono/Old Town area. Wonderful web-site! Thank you!
- Thursday, January 27, 2011
Debbie Towle Rackliff
Hi! It was great to read how many people who still have connections in the small town of Dexter. My family has been in Dexter for several generations. This is a nice way to catch up if you recognize some other long standing families that my grandparents used to talk about. My dad (Raymond) was from Dexter and my mom (Florence) was from Garland.
- Monday, February 08, 2010
Tom & Cindy Greaney
I would like to say HI to all the great people in Dexter. I do miss Dexter. I am trying to make it back to visit but for health reasons haven't made it back. I just had open heart surgery a few months back. I am doing better just never knew getting it took a long time to recover. I am hoping to make it up for a visit. Everyone should be PROUD of Dexter it is a one of a kind town.
- Monday, February 08, 2010
Joseph Boyd
I am truly saddened to see that the Guest book was broached by spam. I used to enjoy reading the posts from my old friends. I hope you can open it back up for direct posts someday.

My family left Dexter in 1967 and moved to MA. My late Father was the former Xray Tech for the area and Plummer Memorial, my mother an elementary teacher. My brother and I attended Spring St School, Pleasant Street and NH Fay. I now get up to Dexter about 4 times a year to visit friends and the area.

Again, I hope that the open format becomes a reality. Thanks
- Monday, January 25, 2010


Alyce (McManus) Gregory
Ojai, CA
ojaigrammie@yahoo
I wish to thank all the many friends who sent cards and notes to me after the death of my husband Orson. Your thoughts and caring are a great comfort to me and my family.
- Thursday, November 05, 2009
Jere & Char Richardson
Hi Judy.
Char and I were thinking about the great Fall Colors we used to see in the Dexter area.
We see nice colors here in Wisconsin, but not like Maine.
We are well and still very busy volunteering, and love it My watercolor painting is going well, and still with the Cedarburg Fire Dept. Vicki and Buz are well. they are up at their cottage.
Vicki is still busy with her Photography.
Our Son Larry just finished doing a T V commercial for The company he works for.
I write this in your Daily Me hoping some of our old Dexter classmates might read this and email us.
Thanks so much... This is the only way we can keep up with Dexter
Thanks again Jere & Char Richardson
- Thursday, October 01, 2009
Kevin M. Corbin
My love for Joanne Gilbert Hibbard will remain with me all of my life. Neighbors as good as Joanne and her family were, are hard to come by in life. Rest eternally Jo..you have found your rewards, and left behind hundreds who loved you. Next to your Husband, I was next in line. Aloha.. Kevin
- Monday, September 28, 2009
Brian Penley
Hi! I use to live in Dexter around 86 through 89 they were the best days the friends I had in school to the people that lived near by.
I still to this day at 33 think of back then, I lost touch with the few people I kept in touch with wish I hadn't but life gets busy then you get married and have kids and nothing slows down.
But still in the back of my mind i miss the only place i ever felt like was home I miss the lake and picking blackberries on the train tracks and the clean country air I hope that some day I can make it back there hopefully bump into some one I remember thanks for the memories.
- Monday, June 29, 2009
Tony Shaw
pinetreeshaw@yahoo.com
I am looking to see if the East Corinth High School of 1969 is having a Class Reunion.
- Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Millard Williams
alleymill@yahoo.com
I have family buried in the Weeks Cemetery in Corinna. Would like to know of other living family that may have relatives there. Am trying to get the cemetery on National register.
- Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Joey Martinez (Joey Ogden)
I was interviewing a man with the last name Bray and thought, "You know, when I lived in Dexter I knew a couple of Bray's….. hmmm, JENNIFER, that's what my classmates name was!" So I googled Jennifer and stumbled on this site.

I grew up in Dexter and I can't tell you how many times my brothers and I remember the Good Ol' Days. We each have our own stories of course, but the location is always the same, Dexter Me!!!!

I couldn't wait to sign the guestbook.

Best Wishes to all of you in Dexter as well as all of us who have moved on but live their in our memories.
Joey Martinez (Joey Ogden)
- Thursday, March 05, 2009


Missy Smith
msmith66us@yahoo.com
Hey Class of 1984-
We are in the beginning stages of planning our 25th for this summer. Please e-mail me with any suggestions, comments, and updated addresses!
Hope to see you then-
Missy Smith, President
- Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Kathie Coombs
gq222@metrocast.net
Very Sorry to Hear of Dot Stacey passing. She was a True Lady.
- Thursday, December 18, 2008
Karen Wilson Seams
thymekeeper@gmail.com
DHS, Class of 1968 - 40 years!
If anyone is interested in working on a reunion for the class of '68, Dexter High School, please let me know . I'm happy to do what I can to contact people and help with planning, but I have very few current addresses and I don't know many married names of classmates.
Contact me with your name and address or e-mail and we can get going. And if someone else has already started trying to contact people, let me know if I can help. Thanks!
- Monday, September 08, 2008
Rick
Judy:
I have returned to Maine after 8 years of Utah - sad - I miss Utah weather but family and friends are more important at this stage of life.

Could not find any place that suited me in your area so I am now in Milo with a small two bedroom place with some land and good fishing and hunting in my back yard. I most likely made two ex wife's happy by buying up here but - to each their own.

I will stop to see you some day as promised but rightnow I am very busy getting settled in my new home. its good to be home again
- Monday, August 25, 2008


Ed Kronholm
(Formerly of Monson Maine, now residing in Tempe, Arizona)
EdKronholm@aol.com
Judy...
While doing an on-line photo search for anything related to Horseshoe Pond, where my uncle Edgar once had a fishing camp, I stumbled across two photos that were posted on your site which then caused me to explore it in greater detail looking at every photo posted and then reading over nearly every page, even following a thread to the link of an obituary of the mother of a girl I used to date whose passing I was unaware of.

Growing up in Monson and the Piscatquis County area brings back many memories which the photos you have posted on your site reawakened...

This photo of Horseshoe Pond and Elephant mountain for example, reminds me of the many days and nights I spent fishing there in my uncle's fishing cabin that was located in the first cove seen on the left of this photo. And who can forget the wintry night many years ago when a B-52 crashed on the far side of Elephant Mountain seen on the right...?

The remainder of the photos, many of which are simple superb... served to warm the heart of an older soul now living far, far away from my beloved Maine.

Earning a living up there in the heart of the wilderness was never easy and I suspect it is only more so now. I worry about how the elderly will heat their large homes this winter and how young people will find a job decent enough to sustain themselves much less a family in these difficult times which are only made more so by Maine's challenging geography, weather and distances.

That said, you still cannot take anything away from the many scenes of natural beauty which you and your fellow photographers have captured and posted on this site.

Thanks again for taking me home...perhaps one day I will be able to return permanently...
- Tuesday, August 19, 2008


Chet & Ruth Grindell
chetdir36@gmail.com
What a great 'WEB SITE'! A classmate of mine from PCHS - Guilford (Class 1956) introduced me to the site and I can not express my delight. I grew up in Maine ( High School Class of 1956 - PCHS) went to the Univ of Maine (Class of 1960) and entered the Army (1961); Over thirty years in the Army and retired in 1993. I now reside in Anaheim, California w/ my wife Ruth Ellen Grindell (Bridges) - Parkman, Maine.

We have travelled the World and Maine always returns to our hearts - this WEB SITE gives us so much to look forward to every time we visit. Thanks! For those who may remember us, please drop us a line at photo_nut22@yahoo.com 0r chetdir36@gmail.com (Chet) or (Ruthie) Pars4ruth@Yahoo.com.
If we can be of any help or assistance for 'TheDailyMe' let us know.
- Monday, August 04, 2008


Jeremy Patterson
swaine777@yahoo.com
Hi all,
I was just wondering if there's a class of '93 - 15 year reunion in the works? Lori, any ideas? :o) I'm still in China so I probably won't make it but I'd still like to see it happen. God bless all of you in the class of '93 and also the rest of the DRHS alumni.
- Monday, April 14, 2008
Nancy White Glidden
manglidden@charter.net
I go to your sight daily and I have just seen where Edith Ricker passed. She and Bernard were just wonderful people...

Reading about Edith made me think back to all the time Joel and I spent together as young kids. I have wondered many times over the years about Joel and where he was and how he was doing.

Joel,if you should read this,shoot me an e-mail,and lets catch up. I understand you are back in Cambridge now... Do you plan to stay there??
Would really love to hear from you...
Friday, February 22, 2008


Jere & Charlotte Richardson
Grafton, WI
Glasspjr@aol.com
Hi Judy. Just wanted to thank you for the Daily Me. Charlotte and I check it every day or two. As Frank Atwater said it would be nice to hear from some of the classmates Class of 46. We are still very busy as volunteer's at the Visitor Center, Cultural Center and of course I am a member of the Old Timers in the Cedarburg Fire Dept.

I have been painting in watercolors for years. Just finished one of the old Union Station in Bangor.

Just got an invitation to the Dexter Fire Department Annual Old Timers Supper. Wish I could be there. That is so nice. Thanks.
Thursday, February 21, 2008


Frank G. Atwater
new port, richey florida
fmatwater@aol.com
Checking in for 2008.... Class of 46, N H Fay Hi school..... any e-mails users of that class and era. (besides Jerry Richardson and I ???? LOL
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Robert Neal
bob_neal@yahoo.com
Bob "the beggar" Neal - class of'55 asking for something. A photo or photos of the class of '57. I had a few friends and acquaintances and could not be at the Alumni Assoc. lunch.

If some kind hearted soul has a computer and a scanner, I would much appreciate some photos.
Great site; I don't visit the area often but I do visit the site. I wonder why more people aren't using it.
Tuesday, February 05, 2008


Jane Bull, Carteret, NJ
jlb429@comcast.net
Hi Judy,
I am enjoying your Christmas graphics on the DailyMe.
Merry Christmas to all my old friends in Ripley & Dexter and I wish you all the best in the New Year.
Greg & Boon Vigue
gvigue@cableone.net
Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year to family and friends back home. Wishing all the very best for 2008.
Jacksonville, Alabama
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Bill Larrabee
Hello Judy,
You always seem to have pretty scenes for your website. Looks like you're going into "politics", well, you've got my vote anytime!! Best regards for the coming season.
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Ann L. Fanjoy
I miss home and love looking at the photos you post on the site. Thanks a bunch. Looking forward to the fist snow photos. I’ll be home for Christmas but I miss the show here in the south.
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Alden Schmitz - Bellevue, NE
aldenschmitz@msn.com
Hi Judy,
That is a great picture you took of the lake sunset on Nov 18th. I may use it as my new wallpaper. I check your site every day and really enjoy the pictures.
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Tammy L Bowden
dodget68@yahoo.com
It sure was nice to see my brother, Corey Dodge, in Afghanistan with those children. He is soon to be a Dad for the second time. It's true what he said about the children in the U.S. don't realize how well they have got it. I'll sure be glad to see my baby brother when he gets home. Hopefully this time he stays on US soil. He's a great Dad!!!
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
George & Priscilla
gnpnick@yahoo.com
Our home and garage were broken into and many items were stolen including tools, computer, boat motor and many more items too numerous to mention. Many thanks to Alan Grinnell for the many hours and leads he has chased down. I am asking if anyone hears or knows anything PLEASE call the Dexter Police Department. I understand through the grapevine that others in the area have had things stolen also. Please comment. Thanks!
Tuesday, October 02, 2007
The Vacanti's - Garland ME/Sioux City IA
wl_vacanti@yahoo.com
We have property in Garland that we've had there for about 5 years. But we have been spending winters in Titusville, FL. Just to let everyone know, we are no longer in Titusville, FL, we moved to Sioux City Iowa. We can be reached at wl_vacanti@yahoo.com. We are Bill and Lois Vacanti, and our 2 children Matt and Katie.
Monday, October 01, 2007
Thomas L Greaney Sr - Rossford, Ohio
Fireman_dad_Tom@yahoo.com
I would like to let Melvin Wymann how sorry I was to hear his mother past away . She had done a great deal to support the Dexter Fire Dept ...
Also congrads to Jimmy Gudroe on becoming the new Fire Chief
Hi to all my good friend back in Dexter, the greatest place to live
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Kathie Coombs
gq222@metrocast.net
Congratulations to Adam and Ashley Tessier on your recent wedding!!
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Lynda Hartford-Patterson - Lamoine, Maine
jelyn_10691@yahoo.com
Hi everyone! I would love to hear from old friends and new ones. I have a new e-mail address. jelyn_10691@yahoo.com.
We still live in Lamoine and still miss Dexter!
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Nancy
Florida
I used to live in Newport ME and moved to Florida 8 years ago. I read an article recently saying that the Enchanted Forest closed but was re-opened by someone else in Sangerville. If anyone can give me info about this it would be greatly appreciated. My email is sunnygal4211@yahoo.com.
Monday, June 11, 2007
Judy (Martin) Johnston
Manchester, Maine
Hi Jude!
I have been amiss in not writing sooner but you deserve accolades of praise for this fantastic website! I check it nearly daily to keep in touch with what's happening in my hometown.
There's so much information, stories, news and historical information about Dexter as well as some of the nearby towns - a person could spend all day surfing!
The photos are GREAT - I save many of them for my screensaver at work and the folks who come in my office always comment on them. I am proud to share my source!
Thanks for all that you do for the website and the town of Dexter!
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Frank G. Atwater
New Port Richey, Florida
Wondering if any DHS class of 46 have e-mail...would like to contact and say "Hello"... and just checking in for 2007.
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Craig D.
Garland, Maine
Kudos to you Fred!! this is very nice reading..thank you for the signed copy.we have been friends a long time,and if anyone dos`nt believe some of your stories..then they can ask me!! hahaha..I can testify to a number of them.
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Tom Pullyard (Kingdom of Bahrain)
Thomas.Pullyard@gulfairco.com
Once again after a long period away from the DailyMe, I am happy to read and poke around the various parts of your superb website.. always a pleasure… Missing Maine as always.. Enjoy the Winter if you can.
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Rev. Dick Norsworthy
fireflyrev1@netscape.net
My dear wife, Glenna Norsworthy, died peacefully Saturday morning, January 20th, at 10:30 a.m. at the Carondelet Hospice Inpatient Unit in Tucson, AZ
I was sitting by her bed after an all-night vigil when she suddenly opened her eyes. I quickly stood, leaned over and said: "How's my darling this morning. Wow! Look at those beautiful brown eyes. Are you in there, babe? How about one of those great kisses of yours?"
She puckered up. We kissed. She stared at me, and stopped breathing.
Love and peace to all our Dexter friends,
Thursday, January 25, 2007
Norma Karram
I just found a great article on Dexterite Roy Dow a basketball coach:
http://www.pasadenaweekly.com/article.php?id=4222&IssueNum=55

Just found another good article this time on Lennie Green DHS class of '69:
http://pressherald.mainetoday.com/news/state/061229memorial.html
Tuesday, January 23, 2007


Deb Dellaire
dld2@localnet.com
HAPPY NEW YEAR Judy and all !! Hope 2007 brings all of you all the happiness and warmth you can stand.
Kevin M. Corbin
Corbin54@hawaiiantel.net
Okay, so reverting to email in order to sign guestbook. I can go along with change. That is why my email has changed for those of you that just MIGHT be interested in this old sack of bones. Aloha !!
Monday, December 04, 2006
Norma Bailey
Would like to say hello again ---- have enjoyed your site since I signed on!
My EMail address has changed just recently. Thanks for letting me post the change
Monday, November 20, 2006
Janee Laughton Bull
I want to wish all my Dexter & Ripley friends a very Happy Thanksgiving. There is much to be thankful for in our great country.
Monday, November 20, 2006
Amy O'Connell
How I love seeing the pictures by Bill Tibbetts! I have passed by this house for 40 plus years, on my way to camp on Davis Pond. I’ve always wondered about the house—who live there, etc. There used to be a very large barn on the property, right along the road, if I remember right. That whole section of 150 is so picturesque---thanks Bill!
- Tuesday, September 19, 2006             
Cookie Coogan
www.cookiecoogan.com
Ithaca, NY
Hi Judy-- Wanted to let you know how much I enjoy The Daily ME. I found it online while looking for info about Moxie Falls and your Off the Beaten Path pages came up (great feature and WONDERFUL photos, BTW).
I'm a Maine gal from Albion "exiled" here in Ithaca, NY. I enjoy checking in with Daily ME to see what's going on in your part of the state (and to look at pictures!). Also really enjoy the poems and articles by your readers.
The people of the Dexter area are surely lucky to have your fine online publication! And it's nice for us folks who live away, but find some comfort in seeing how the folks at home continue to live "life the way it should be". Thank you!
- Monday, September 18, 2006              
Thomas L Greaney Sr
Scottpak_56@yahoo.com
Rossford, Ohio
I want to say HI to everyone in Dexter. It was great being back up there for a few days . It was also good to see the Fire Dept working with the Football Team or should I say the Football team working with the Fire Dept. The team did a real GREAT job helping out . It was nice seeing all my old friends . My wife (Cindy) can't wait to come back to hear stories about me ..
- Tuesday, September 12, 2006                 
Karen Davis
KDiddly@cox.net
My sincere apologies and prayers go out to the family. I want everyone to know that Mike was a VERY important part of my everyday. He was by far the sweetest, most kind person I have ever come across. I miss his smile, his laugh...him. However, I am truly thankful just to have met him. He showed me how to love. I miss him, I hope he is okay. Mike always told me..."Have faith". I am trying, I hope you are too. Much love...Karen
- Monday, September 11, 2006                     
Cookie Coogan
cookiecoogan@yahoo.com
Hi Judy-- Wanted to let you know how much I enjoy The Daily ME. I found it online while looking for info about Moxie Falls and your Off the Beaten Path pages came up (great feature and WONDERFUL photos, BTW).
I'm a Maine gal from Albion "exiled" here in Ithaca, NY. I enjoy checking in with Daily ME to see what's going on in your part of the state (and to look at pictures!). Also really enjoy the poems and articles by your readers.
The people of the Dexter area are surely lucky to have your fine online publication! And it's nice for us folks who live away, but find some comfort in seeing how the folks at home continue to live "life the way it should be". Thank you!
- Monday, August 21, 2006                      
Linda (Beaupre') Seabolt
catladylinda@cox.net
Hello from Providence, Rhode Island. I am the grand-daughter of James and Olivia Gildersleeve and they had owned the Island on the Big Lake Wassakeag for many years and sold it in the late 60's. I had so many memories of that island and was wondering if anything has been done to the place? I would like to hear from anyone that has any information about it, or any old friends from school years 1966.
- Monday, August 07, 2006                      
Kelli L Richardson
I think you should take a bow and pat yourself on the back for pulling off another successful Wild West Weekend. This was a wonderful time for all and what wonderful weather!! I hope everyone appreciates what you have done and what you do for your community.
- Monday, August 07, 2006                      
Doris Clukey
rdclukey@tds.net
Another great Wild West Days, thank you so much Judy for all of the hours you put in doing this. I am sure your mother is smiling down on you. Thanks again.
- Monday, August 07, 2006                      
Brenda j Tunks
rediker_1954@yahoo.com
Hello from Presque Isle Maine
I graduated from Dexter high school, in 1979
I have been up here when I was 19, now I am 45. I have a daughter, who is 16 now,
I miss Dexter; I am looking for my class make for class 1979. I want to say hello to every one from Dexter, my name is Brenda Tunks, and my sister name is Donna Tremblay.
I love it up here in Aroostook country.
Things I like to do is going hurting and fishing with my guy,
I hope to hear from some one,
                   - Saturday, July 22, 2006                        
Karen Wilson Seams thymekeeper@gmail.com
For those of you who graduated from N.H. Fay High School I want to share news of the death of my sister, Connie Lewis Calkin, class of '51. She died 6/5/06 at her home in Golden, Colorado after a battle with lung cancer.
Though she and her husband, Bill, had made their home in Colorado for the last 40+ years she had a warm spot in her heart for Dexter. She always looked forward to visiting Maine and renewing friendships with all the wonderful people she knew here.
- Friday, July 14, 2006
Frank G Atwater
fmatwater@aol.com
Class of 46 - just checking in (Ugh .that's very old)
New Port Richey Florida
- Thursday, June 22, 2006
Dave Bolduc
dbolduc1@metrocast.net
Truman, you were a dear friend of my father's. Do you remember me as a young boy riding with you in my dad's car as we traveled back & forth to bowling? During the last days of my father's life, he spoke of you & bowling.
Peace be with you. Dave Bolduc (Joe' son)
- Thursday, June 22, 2006
Valerie Shurman Silverman
VRSDEXTER@aol.com
Would love to hear of anyone from the class of '66 who plans to be around in July...
nothing seems to be planned for our 40th.
- Monday, June 19, 2006
Kyla Jo Adwell
purple274@insightbb.com
Peoria, Illinois
Hi there, my name is Kyla and I live in Peoria, Illinois. I came across your story about the robin hood flour today and I very much so enjoyed reading it.
I have been collecting these robin hood flour cookie cutters now for the past year trying to complete a full set of all 4 colors and all 8 characters.
Since I am only 32 I don't know anything about them other than my mother really wants to own a complete set of the cookie cutters. I started to do some research on them to see what I could find out about the company that made these little treasures. I am having fun treasure hunting them down and also learning their history in the meantime.
I have collected all but 4 and hope to find them soon.
I would love to share a picture with you of them to bring back memories if you would like.
Email me back if you would like a picture of the cutters.
Thanks for sharing your story - it made my morning.
- Tuesday, May 30, 2006
Ramona Gompper
amona.gompper@ga.com
I just found out that Jackie Tempesta McKenney passed away this past week; my condolences to her family. I spent a lot of time at the Tempesta household as a child and will always have fond memories of Jackie. Jackie influenced me in many good ways and for that I am grateful.
- Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Rev. Dick Norsworthy
fireflyrev1@netscape.net
To all of our dear friends,
Glenna had a catscan last week, and a visit to her oncologist this morning. He says the size of her lung cancer, which initially filled nearly all of the right lobe of her lung and intruded on her airway, has been reduced in size by 99%. He suggested the possibility that the remaining 1% might even be scar tissue but he couldn't be sure from the catscan.
No matter! We are elated. She has one more cycle of three successive days of chemo (her sixth) plus one more visit with the oncologist.
On June 14th, we leave, via American Airlines, for our home in Dexter, Maine. There a good friend, Dr. Bob Lodato, will watch over her, looking for any signal that we should return to Tucson, AZ. As long as nothing eventful shows up, we shall remain in Maine until after the leaves change to their Fall garb.
Very happily yours,
Dick Norsworthy
- Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Jere & Charlotte Richardson
Glasspjr@aol.com
- Friday, May 05, 2006
Wayne Gillespie
Rialto, Calif.
Just wanted to say Thanks to Judy for making this possible for all of us to get in touch w/others . I too enjoy the stories from Fred Wintle I've got many of them first hand.
- Thursday, April 27, 2006
Beth Berry Mathieson
Reunion of Classmates for 1953 - 1956
The Dexter High Classmates of 1953 through 1956 are having a reunion on 12 August 2006. A table has been reserved at the Alumni LUNCHEON at the former TJ's Restaurant.
We have reserved the Knights of Columbus Hall for an informal gathering following the lunch. The hall has been reserved to as late as "old folks" can stay awake.
For more details please contact, Beth Berry Mathieson 603-889-1939 or "bamathieson@yahoo.com. We are hoping for a large turnout.
- Monday, April 10, 2006
Alice Belgard
Sandston,Va
What a wonderful Spring poem by Jennifer.Enjoy this site,visit often,waiting for new writing by Fred Wintle.The Lake looks inviting.
- Thursday, April 06, 2006
Judi Murray Gould
Just started reading the Daily ME Like the stories from Fred Wintle because I also lived on Mechanic Street . Would like to hear from anyone from class of "65. Trying to find old classmates that I haven't heard about for years. Keep up the good work on the Daily ME.
- Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Starting a beginner line dance class on Monday, April 10, 6-8 pm at the Ripley Grange Hall.
Price $4.00 per person/week
- Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Dexter HealthCare CNA Wins ROSALYNN CARTER INSTITUE NATIONAL CARGIVER AWARD. (AMY GAUVIN) the purpose of this National award is to recognize exemplary professionals accross the nation.
First Lady Mrs. Carter will present Mrs. Gauvin with a commemorative bronze medallion during the ceremony.
- Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Beth Ann
Is the above picture located on an old gravel road heading out of Dexter toward Sangerville. After you cross the bridge by the swimming area, you bear right past the swimming area and before you get to the top of the hill you take a right on a gravel road past a farm? It seems I recall seeing this place years and years ago, either when we were snowmobiling or on the dune buggy, but I can't remember where I saw it.
- Monday, March 27, 2006
Millard Boss
Ottawa, OHIO
Nice picture of the Crystal Ballroom. It really doesn't look too familar since it was converted to a Church ??.
I spent a LOT of evenings there in the late 30's & 40's. Wonderfull place to dance. I believe it was operated by a man named Forest Ferris or Farris.
Keep up the GOOD WORK.
- Monday, March 27, 2006
Ron and Doris Clukey
Barefoot Bay, Florida
Congratulations to the girls basketball team AGAIN, good job girls.
D. Darling
A QUESTION FOR HORSE PEOPLE:
I'd like to post a question to your guest book readers. I'm wondering about a palomino Welsh pony mare I used to own named "Merry Christmas." (I didn't name her, but she WAS a merry soul). Financial and time constraints forced me to sell her possibly around 1990+/-. I want her back if I can ever find her. I have no idea if she is still alive. I'm wondering if anyone has any information on her or even any pictures. She was a great pet and would follow me around like a dog. I always felt bad about selling her and I'm willing to give her a great retirement if she's anywhere to be found.
Thanks very much!
- Monday, March 06, 2006

Dana Smith
Congratulations to the Dexter girls BB team!
Dana Smith (teacher at N. H. Fay H. S. , 1949-1951)
- Sunday, March 05, 2006

Eileen G Pelletier
aepell@metrocast.net
I read in the Bangor Newspaper obituary archives that Pat Harrington had died in 2003, and then found out that Tommy and Janis and Beverly had also died, my family were so close when we all lived in Auburn Maine, I spent many a day at Beulah and Tote's home. My Dad and Tote worked at HP Hoods in Auburn. When we 4 children came down with whopping cough in 1944 Beulah came often to help my folks take care of us. Even today, I still thank her for that. Bless the Harringtons and all their families.
- Friday, March 03, 2006
Happy Birthday to Cheryl and Adam Tessier!!!
- Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Bill and Lois Vacanti & Family
Garland residents
Hello from central FL! 70's-80's here.
- Wednesday, March 01, 2006
Bob Briggs
BnJBriggs@juno.com
Bucksport, ME USA
Good Day Everybody,
My youngest daughter Jennifer and her boyfriend Fred were passing through Dexter last week on there way to and from Greenville and took some photos of our old house at 3 Highland Ave.
Some changes to the old place, but not much. If you care to see them, let me know, and I will e-mail them to you.
Also condolences to the Bolduc and Mills families on the passing of their loved ones.
Bob Briggs
-Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 14:19:03 (EST)
Sam Anderson
Norwich, CT USA
LOL!
-Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 12:37:16 (EST)
Craig
Garland, Me USA
Norman..those people dont have an email address..what they do is cause problems,and they dont want to get caught..(I dont post my address)
-Wednesday, February 15, 2006 at 12:58:41 (EST)
Norman Tremblay
nct2@verizon.net
Guilford, Me. USA
would it be possible to post the e-mail adress of the person posting that junk ? we could all send them some every day.
-Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at 05:54:31 (EST)
Monica
VA USA
Nice web page but what's with the advertisements in your guestbook?
-Wednesday, February 01, 2006 at 14:24:26 (EST)
Mainah
murraylasvegas@aol.com
USA
someone went to a lot of trouble to put THAT GARBAGE here, must have taken a real genius to come up with that.
-Tuesday, January 31, 2006 at 23:16:13 (EST)
PWBrown
maincarebypw@hotmail.com
queensbury, ny USA
Penquis Valley 1975 anyone out thah?
-Tuesday, January 31, 2006 at 10:03:37 (EST)
john a. calitri
joshcalitri@aol.com
wakefield, ri. USA
i think your website is outstanding i am on it every time i get a minute or to i like looking at those nice pictures people send in and also the word of the day it makes you put on your thinking cap very educational keep up the good work!
-Monday, January 30, 2006 at 20:13:10 (EST)
Frank G Atwater
fmatwater@aol.com
New Port Richey , FL USA
Just checking in and saying "Hello" to all who may remember....Hi school class of 1946...UGH...thats old....!! :-))
-Monday, January 30, 2006 at 18:14:13 (EST)
John Gilbert Arno
Waterborne@cox.net
Enfield, CT USA
John Gilbert Arno Class of 1956
-Monday, January 30, 2006 at 17:57:12 (EST)
Rev. Dick Norsworthy
fireflyrev1@netscape.net
Tucson, AZ USA
I would like to share with our Dexter friends the sad news that my wife, Glenna Norsworthy, has been diagnosed with advanced small cell lung cancer. It is incurable.
We are asking all of our friends and all caring people out there to add her name to their prayers.
You may write her at
8989 E. Escalante Road
Tucson, AZ 85730
-Monday, January 30, 2006 at 09:57:55 (EST)
Benny
Columbia, SC USA
just surfin thru......... whats with all the spam on this guestbook
-Wednesday, January 11, 2006 at 20:52:40 (EST)
Kathie and Steve
BArrington, NH USA
Happy New Year To Cheryl, Raymond and Adam!!
-Monday, January 02, 2006 at 16:47:14 (EST)

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