As a senior member of Anchor Lodge No.41 Knights of Pythias we will be having a membership drive in 2017 hopefully we will get some new members interested in joining our order.
I'm currently working on designing a graphics for our parade float Knight of Pythias Anchor Lodge No.41
There will be a benefit hosted by the state lodge and grand lodge Knights of Pythias to benefit James "Brother" Mitchell on May 22nd at 12:00pm at the Eastport Chowder House the price will be $28.00 and there will also be a money tree.
I never knew of these regulations just to do some simple repairs on the out side of our Knights of Pythias Lodge building, got to go through the historic society just to fix some minor repair issues might have to get permission from the cops and get a permit from the code enforcement officer.
Okay I got a letter today in my mail from the City of Eastport. I called and told them that the roof was already fixed. There issue are the pigeons? resting on the eve of the Knights of Pythias building facing down town and dropping there poop down to the side walk in front of our building. Really? That they are worried about the tourist and pigeons taking a dump on them she even sent me pictures. I got a question what the H$LL are we suppose to do put a bathroom up there for them. The last time I remember was pigeons have been up there sense 1990 that's when I moved down from Aroostook county
We will be meeting April 15th and 29th at the Eastport Youth Center door will be open to members at 5:30pm
I applaud Edward French's recent editorial that expressed his thoughts and speculations about aiding Eastport's economic development by galvanizing some community focus towards attracting more remote workers. In my own experience with this, my wife Manuela and I have been running our full time IT consultation business successfully here for about 4 years and we have been quite happy and grateful to have moved here and rooted ourselves among this vibrant and multifaceted community.
What is your FAVORITE thing about living here?
So cool! Anybody watch this?
WSHD in Eastport Maine recently shifted to it’s new frequency of 93.3 FM as an LPFM. I heard it this past weekend while visiting the Eastport/Lubec area. Their new signal gets out quite a bit further than their old 10 watt signal on 91.7, which suffered interference with WUMM 91.7 from the University of Maine at Machias.
WSHD is the eaastern-most radio station in the USA, being just a mile from the US/Canada border along Passamaquoddy Bay. It’s a good move for the station which features a mostly automated alternative format, but plenty of opportunity to serve the local Passamaquoddy Indian Nation.
My favorite shows are "Bob Up On The Hill!" & the "Farmer Fred Show" featuring home grown local music.
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