Flu Shot Clinic

Thursday, November 18th
noon- 2:00
HomeHealth Visiting Nurses of Southern Maine will be offering flu shots to all YCCC: Staff, Students and families. Will bill Medicare, Anthem, Aetna and Harvard Pilgrim Health
Insurance Card REQUIRED
FREE for Staff, Students - 18 and under & children
(* $10 administration fee).
Flu w/H1N1 vaccine—$30.00
FluMist w/H1N1—$35.00
Pneumonia Vaccine—$50.00
*Administration fee billable to insurance.

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A historic York wharf will soon be repaired as a facility for commercial fishermen through a project of the Museums of the Old York and the Working Waterfront Access Pilot Program (WWAPP). Work will commence in November, with the facility ready early in 2011 for year-round use by three lobstermen. The project restores the wharf’s three-hundred-year role in the town’s economy while helping sustain a living part of York’s heritage, its fisheries.
The John Hancock Wharf, one of several properties of the Museums of Old York, is named after the signer of the Declaration of Independence, who owned it in the 1790s. The ancient wharf structure at the site consists of wooden cribwork filled with stone and soil to create a platform across the tidal flats to the river channel. From the 1600s until the early 1900s, schooners and coastal vessels brought goods from around the world for sale to York residents, and carried products of local farms and fisheries to distant markets.

Awards Ceremony

Several members of the York County Sheriff’s Office and a York County Assistant District Attorney were honored at the New England Regional Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) Conference on Tuesday evening (11/9/2010).  The awards ceremony was held at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. 

The group was honored for outstanding work on two major OCDETF Investigations, the investigations into Samuel Morrell’s drug organization and the Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club.  Both investigations resulted in numerous arrests and significant seizures of drugs and drug proceeds.  The successful conclusion of the investigations resulted in major disruptions of the flow of drugs into Maine.

TRAIP Fall Sports Awards

TRAIP Fall Sports Awards 
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Description: TRAIP Fall Sports Awards
Starts at: Thu, Nov 18, 2010 7:00 PM -0500
Duration: 2 Hours


Traip Academy
12 Williams Avenue, Kittery, Maine 03904
Wanda Avery, Principal (wavery@kitteryschools.org)

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York Middle Schoolers help record veterans' history

YORK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Students at York Middle School are helping to record our military history.

They invited 18 veterans from World War Two through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to take part in this History Channel's Take a Veteran to School day. The students are recording interviews for an internet database of veterans' stories, and Time Warner Cable was also there to tape stories for the library of congress.

Korean War veteran Robert MacDougall was there at the request of his grandson. He says the worst part of his experience was the cold weather. But he and his fellow soldiers made the best of it.

MacDougall said, "The fun was playing cards, simple things like playing cards. A lot of joking going on all of the time."

Time Warner Cable and History™ Sponsor "Take A Veteran To School Day"

Biddeford, Rockland and York students to hear
Veterans’ stories and thank them for their service

Time Warner Cable has joined the Maine National Guard in sponsoring HISTORY™ channel’s national award-winning Take a Veteran to School Day (TAVTS) program with ceremonies at York Middle School on November 9th and Biddeford High School and Rockland Middle School on November 10th.  The events will provide Maine veterans an opportunity to educate students about their experiences and allow them to share personal stories about their service to our country.

Duck hunter who died lived in New Hampshire

KITTERY, MAINE (NEWS CENTER) -- A man who died Saturday while duck hunting along Gerrish Island in Kittery has been identified as David Sporcic of Conway New Hampshire.

Sporcic was a dentist and an avid outdoorsman.

The Coast Guard says he was unresponsive when he was pulled from the Piscataqua River late Saturday afternoon. Efforts to revive him were unsuccessful and he was pronounced dead at the hospital.