Blog :: 03-2017

Furtado Benefit Dinner

Come on out this Saturday afternoon to the Center Lovell Firehouse for a Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings. All proceeds and donations will go directly to Karl and Joyce Furtado. Joyce has had an extended hospital stay spanning several months and this has led to some difficult times for the family. This has also had an impact on Karl's Auto Repair business. Karl is a member of the Lovell Fire Department, the Masonic Lodge and the family attends the Lovell UCC.

So, do stop by this Saturday from 4-7 pm. Dinner is $10 per person (a reduced price for children), stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, vegetables, salad, dinner rolls, coffee and a variety of delicious desserts. There will be a 50/50 raffle and lots of great auction items. The long winter is over (I know there is snow still on the ground but the calendar says SPRING) and it stays lighter longer.

Please don't hesitate to call me (207-925-1500) or email me (stan@fairpoint.net) if you are unable to attend but would still like to make a donation.

What a great opportunity to not only spend time with friends and neighbors but to help a real nice Lovell family!

2017 Boston Red Sox Schedule Magnet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What better time to get prepared for the upcoming baseball season than in the middle of a heavy snow storm? Instead of looking out the window at the snow piling up, think about being at the ball park with the green grass, blue skies, warm temps, cold beers and hot dogs.

Last year, the Red Sox finished in first place in the always competitive American League East and didn't go too far in the playoffs. Two big questions for this year. How will they manage to replace the production of David Ortiz in the lineup and how long will the Number One starter David Price be on the disabled list? Tampa Bay has great pitching, the Yankees have gotten younger, the Orioles play good defense and pound the ball while Toronto is always strong.

Now, how do you know who the Sox are playing? Pick up one of Kezar Realty's magnetic calendars at the office or local stores. As always, call me at 207-925-1500 or write me at stan@fairpoint.net and I will be happy to send one in the mail!

Opening Day is April 3rd against Pittsburgh!

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    2017 Lovell Town Meeting

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    Forty-six town residents were in attendance at Lovell's Annual Town Meeting where a total of 85 articles were voted on. The first order of business was to nominate Jonathan Bliss as the meeting's moderator. Stephen Goldsmith was reelected to a three-year term as Selectman and a number of people were nominated and elected to fill vacancies on a variety of boards. Mr. Bliss opened the meeting with a thank you to Larry Fox and the Lovell road crew for doing a great job of keeping the streets plowed during the winter storms.

    Reflecting the hard work of the Selectmen and the Budget Committee, there was minimal discussion on the amount of monies requested. There was, however, a considerable amount of time spent debating the question of allowing recreation departments from other towns to use the Narrows Beach. A written ballot was requested and the article was voted down. (35 no to 9 yes).

    State Senator Lisa Keim came to the meeting to make an announcement about various state issues and to present Fire Chief Tommie McKenzie with a commemorative snow shovel. One member of the audience commented that it was the first time in 42 years of attending town meeting that a State Senator made an appearance.

    This year’s Annual Report was dedicated to the Delta Masonic Lodge #153 A.F.& A.M.

    Click here for a copy of the 2017 Lovell Annual Report.