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Town of Dexter Departmental Budget Meetings – Budget Schedule 2016-2017
Shared Bounty community garden in Dexter needs volunteer help.
Not only is this a busy time for YOU as the winter grudgingly gives way to a Spring (of sorts) and we dash around trying to get plants into the ground, but the large community garden in Dexter also needs help. Saturday mornings from 8 to 11, the small band of volunteers who grow the vast array and amount of food for free distribution to area seniors all season long invest their sweat and love into the project, and could happily use assistance in weeding, planting, harvesting, bagging and any other of the myriad chores involved. Please consider coming on any Saturday morning even for a short time to lend a hand. The garden is on Rt 23 at Fred Sherburne’s place on the Ripley road just a mile or so South out of Dexter, on the left side of the road going up the big hill; you can’t miss the sign. Call for more info: Deb Burdin 924-6538, John Gornall 924-5232
PRESENTATION OF THE BOSTON POST CANE
Russell B. Titus was born on October 4, 1918 in Costigan, Maine the son of Eugene and Grace Titus. Russ graduated from Brewer High School in 1937. After graduation he enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the National Youth Administration (NYA). He moved to Dexter in 1939 to work at Fay and Scott and met and married Martha Nadeau on February 22, 1941. They had three children. Russ was drafted into the Navy on August 1, 1944 and sailed in the Pacific on the USS Barnwell. He was discharged on January 29, 1946. Russ continued to work at Fay and Scott and retired after working there for 40 years. Russ continues to be an active member of the Knights of Columbus, the VFW, and the American Legion.
Left to Right – Town Manager Shelley L. Watson, Town Council Chairman Mike Blake and Recipient Russ Titus.