"North by East" piece on: Bob Allen, who owns the Gingerbread House restaurant i
"North by East" piece on: Bob Allen, who owns the Gingerbread House restaurant in Oquossoc and feeds hungry deer in the winter; Phillips Middle School student Maggie Nerney of Madrid, who telephoned and talked to Nobel Prize winner Mario Molina for a term paper; "Simple Gifts," the successful first recording by the Shakers of Sabbathday Lake; Shaw's supermarkets' new Internet-assisted home delivery service; the pronunciation of "Bath"; plans for a park and ride service to reduce traffic congestion in Acadia National Park; and honor students at Houlton High School, Southern Aroostook Community School, and Hodgdon High School, who receive cards that qualify them for discounts at 34 local businesses.
Acadia National Park, Bath, High school students, Shakers New Gloucester, Shaw's Supermarkets Inc, Allen, Bob, Nerney, Maggie
""North by East" piece on: Bob Allen, who owns the Gingerbread House restaurant i" (1996). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1650.
Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.