"To be a program director at a major market radio station."
That's the quote from The Quill, Gardiner High School's yearbook, that appears under my photo. Yup, my dream was to go run a radio station in Boston, New York or some such place. I didn't chase the dream. I made my dream happen here in Maine, a place I love and where I'm most comfortable.
Firefighters from Litchfield, Monmouth, Wales, Richmond and other towns battled a blaze on the Richmond Road in Litchfield this afternoon (March 4) that destroyed a garage. The fire was first reported about 4pm.
The building was just across and down the road from Gowell's store...
"Would you still love me if I was ever in a car crash and disabled?"
That's the question I remember asking my girlfriend, Tammy, as I dropped her off at her job at Robinson's Nursing Home in Gardiner on Saturday morning, 6/21/80, the first day of summer and a couple weeks after I had graduated high school.
"Of course I would."
Ted and Muriel Smith have overseen the Litchfield Fair Apple Pie Contest for the last time and they will be missed! Although Ted says they will still be involved somewhat with the fair, it will be on a much smaller scale. I can honestly say, they are a true pleasure to work with every year and I want to thank them, personally and, on behalf of our whole crew, for inviting us year after year.