DOGGIE DRAWING –– License your DOG by December 31 and enter for a chance to win a PRIZE!
DOGGIE DRAWING RULES
• Owner may enter one (1) time for each dog licensed before December 31, 2015.
• Town of Dexter employees are not eligible for the drawing.
• Winner will be drawn at the regular Council Meeting on January 7, 2016.
• Winner will be notified by telephone or by mail if unable to contact.
• Winner will receive a $25.oo check from the Town of Dexter.
• Check will be issued the next week during the Town’s regular warrant and can be mailed or picked up.
Christmas for Kids Program –
Beginning October 1st, 2015 applications for the “CHRISTMAS FOR KIDS” program will be available. Applications can be picked up at the Dexter Town Office, the General Assistance Office, the Clothes Closet, and from the second floor lobby bookshelf or printed from here – Christmas for kids 2015
Please complete one application for each child living in your Dexter home full time.
Please return application in person to Jean Jacobs in the GA office on the second floor. Applications need to be returned between Nov. 2nd and Nov. 30th.
Donations for this program are greatly appreciated. Monetary donations can be given at the Town Office and unwrapped gifts can be left at the Town Office or dropped off with Jean Jacobs in the General Assistance office. For more information please call Jean at 924-7351 X17
December 4, 2015 – Annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Children’s Christmas Party at 6:00. Tree lighting will be on the library lawn and there will be a party in the town hall gym. Santa might even arrive by Fire Truck!
December 4, 2015 – DDATT’s First Friday Movie “Living Small”. 6 PM at the Abbott Memorial Library in Dexter.
“Living Small” explores the world of tiny houses through the lives of the people on the movement’s forefront. The film centers on Anderson Page as he builds a tiny house for the first time, discovering the challenges and rewards of constructing one’s own living space. Living Small offers an alternative meditation on the spaces we inhabit and asks the question: Could we live more with less?”
Some people in the DDATT area are thinking hard about how to provide places to live for hard-hit local people who don’t have many or any assets. Small houses may be a major part of the solution.
Come watch the 50 minute video, enjoy some local produce and strong coffee, then share perspectives with other thoughtful humans about this elemental topic, how the size and distribution of houses can affect our culture.
Hope to see you there. Bring some of your home grown food to share if you’d like as well! FMI call Sam at 277-4221