October 2014

The Advocate Staff October 2014

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the October 2014 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. Read online, or open the pdf from the Current Month link to view the original layout in color. Request an email reminder when the issue goes live each month from DublinAdvocate@gmail.com. Community Center: Abstract Art […]

  • September 2014

    The Advocate Staff September 2014
    Dublin Community Church hosts monthly community dinners.

    Planning Board to Hold Hearing on Agriculture — Which options for our local farmers: Meet Sept. 18 at 7 pm By Bruce Simpson This fall, the Planning Board is going to take a look at agriculture in Dublin, and what changes (if any) should be made to our Ordinance with respect to farming operations. There […]

  • August 2014

    The Advocate Staff August 2014
    Joseph Lindon Smith at his easel in the Valley of the Kings, 1905-1907. Photo courtesy of the Dublin Historical Society

    O’Connor to Speak at DHS Annual Meeting Joseph Lindon Smith in Egypt at the turn of the last century. By Lisa Foote The Dublin Historical Society will hold its annual meeting at 4 pm on Sunday, August 24, at the Fountain Arts Building at Dublin School. After a brief business meeting, Dennis O’Connor will present […]

  • July 2014

    The Advocate Staff July 2014
    p.1 Beach Club

    About the Women’s Club Beach By Jeanne Sterling In 1935, the Women’s Club appointed a committee of four women to “investigate available bathing property.” There was a lack of access for the residents of this town to one of the most beautiful lakes in the state. The committee approached Bertha Farnham Field and she agreed […]

  • June 2014

    The Advocate Staff June 2014
    The young students who visited the museum are (standing L-R): Riley Morse, Elias Niemela, Gareth Armstrong, Steven Van Etten, Alexis White, Morgan Wallace, Katelynn Horn and Deborah Bennett. Sitting in front of them are (L-R): Charlie Hall, Daisy Ober, Caleb Cloutier, Nick Parker, Carter Rousseau and Lilly Colon. Photo by Sally Shonk

    Congratulations to All Dublin’s 2014 ConVal Graduates Ivon Clough will be attending the University of Maine at Orono on a baseball scholarship in the fall. He is tentatively planning to study wildlife management. He is the son of Jeff and Sarah Clough. Theresa Edick will attend Colby-Sawyer College in September where she will pursue her […]