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BAR HARBOR — At the group's annual meeting last week, Friends of Acadia (FOA) board chairman Ed Samek noted the group’s flexibility and its committed donors, both of which allowed Acadia National Park to weather not only the effect of the budget sequestration and shutdown, but also a $339,000 cut in its operations budget. With FOA’s help, the park moved forward with projects to protect natural resources, youth engagement, controlling invasive species and maintaining the historic carriage roads and trails. “We have an opportunity to be benefactors and provide for generations to come,” said Samek.
BLUE HILL — Charges are pending against a 17-year-old driver who allegedly failed to stop for a deputy and later crashed his car in Blue Hill.
BAR HARBOR — A $240,000 project to create a unified, user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing network of way-finding signs across downtown is entering its final stages, following unanimous design approval by town councilors July 8.
BAR HARBOR — Thunder and lightning and lots of mud made it a week to remember for the Young Environmental Leaders, a Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory program to connect kids and teens to environmental issues. They dove right into a pressing problem in upper Frenchman Bay: many mudflats have been overrun by invasive green crabs, and the eelgrass which provides habitat for many native species has died off in some places. The team transplanted 2,220 eelgrass plants and conducted surveys of green crab numbers.
TREMONT — The organizer of the Bass Harbor Lobster Boat Races has asked the town to sponsor the event.
ELLSWORTH — The task of finding a new principal for Ellsworth High School (EHS) is expected to begin in earnest next week when a search committee meets to decide what characteristics are most important for the school’s next leader to have.
BAR HARBOR — A $14 million rebuild of state Route 3 from west of Hulls Cove to downtown is now set for the summer of 2016, the same year as the 100th birthday of Acadia National Park and the national park system as a whole.
MOUNT DESERT — It ought to be easy for the planning board to decide whether the application filed by Harold MacQuinn Inc. for a quarrying license is complete – if they ever get to that point.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The Claremont Hotel will hold its 37th Annual Claremont Croquet Classic on Aug. 3-9. Singles and doubles match competition will be held on the hotel’s two bent grass croquet courts overlooking Somes Sound.
AUBURN — Ellsworth’s District 1 champions remained in contention for the state Little League softball title for ages 9-10 after splitting two games over the weekend.
MOUNT DESERT — Northeast Harbor is booming with art. Three galleries have begun hosting a weekly artwalk and will continue to hold open receptions every other Thursday from 5-7 p.m. These functions welcome the public to admire fine art, meet local and national artists, and eat, drink and socialize.
BAR HARBOR — The final week of the 2014 Bar Harbor Music Festival will feature two string orchestra concerts conducted by Francis Fortier. Guest soloist oboist Gerard Reuter and violinists Francis Fortier and Jeffrey Ellenberger will perform music by Mozart, J.S. Bach, Barber, Dvorak, Vivaldi, Marcello and Benjamin Britten.
SOUTHWEST HARBOR — The Southwest Harbor Public Library will provide free scanning, scanning advice and techniques to help you save and share your family history on Saturday, July 26, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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BLUE HILL — Author Warren Lehrer will read from his first novel, “A Life in Books: The Rise and Fall of Bleu Mobley” as part of the George Stevens Academy’s Summer Speaker Series, now in its 26th year, Tuesday, July 29, at 7 p.m. in the Esther Wood Lecture Room.
BERNARD — Elwood Herbert Banfill, 103, of Bernard died peacefully among family on June 26, 2014, in Morristown, N.J. Born in Marlborough, Mass., on Dec. 9, 1910, Elwood was the only child of Herbert and Bessie (Cutting) Banfill of Southborough.
NOBLEBORO and EAST BOOTHBAY — A celebration of life for Flora M. Gray of Nobleboro and East Boothbay, who passed away May 27, 2014, will be held 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay. A private graveside service will be held for the family at the Dunbar Cemetery in Nobleboro.
BROOKSVILLE — A celebration of life for Victor Dyer will be held Saturday, July 26, from 2 p.m. until dark at 108 Varnumville Road, Brooksville.
HULLS COVE — The celebration of the life of Steen Loughridge Meryweather, who died April 5, 2014, in Nokomis, Fla., will take place on Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, in Hulls Cove at Church of Our Father Episcopal Church at 11 a.m., with the Rev. Canon Douglas Peterson officiating. A reception follows in the parish hall.