The Greene family on duty

Kathy and Peter Greene are in Sneads Ferry, N.C., taking care of three granddaughters while their daughter and son-in-law are deployed to the Middle East with the U.S. Marines. Capt. Pam Unger is in Afghanistan and Maj. Mark Unger is in Iraq.

Pam Unger was deployed the first of April. “She seems to have settled in nicely in her assignment and has become involved with helping out local civilians,” her dad wrote in an e-mail.

She is the director of “Operation Care,” helping needy people in Afghanistan.

Greene said his son-in-law is due home in July and his daughter later this fall. Kathy Greene was home for the recent town election.

Stack thanks community

Crystal Stack, a top Bonny Eagle honor student who was awarded six scholarships, thanked the community last week at the Buxton selectmen’s meeting.

Stack’s scholarships included one from Bar Mills Rescue Unit and the Calvin Fox Memorial Scholarship sponsored by the Buxton Taxpayers’ Association. The late Calvin Fox was a Buxton police officer. Stack is the daughter of Susannah and Donald Stack. She will attend Southern Maine Community College this fall.

BEHS enrollment for fall

Enrollment for Bonny Eagle High School will be only by appointment throughout the summer.

Summer hours at the high school are 6 a.m. -2:30 p.m. weekdays. To schedule an appointment, call the high school registrar at 929-3840 or 642-9080.

New registrants should bring proof of guardianship (birth certificate and court document, if applicable), proof of residency,

transcript or report card, a copy of the IEP and minutes from the last PET (for special education recipients), all course information and grades (for home-schoolers) and immunization records (students who have not had the chickenpox vaccine must provide a letter from the doctor verifying the student had the virus).

Bonny Eagle High School is at 700 Saco Road, Standish.

Cary on mission

Teenager Zac Cary of Buxton will spend a week of his summer vacation lending a hand to needy people in Washington County.

Cary, one of five teens from the high school Sunday school class at First Baptist Church in Westbrook, will be a volunteer in the Calais-Eastport areas in July. The group will help repair homes for elderly and the disabled.

The effort is part of YouthWorks Inc., a nation-wide ministry of teen volunteers.

On Husson dean’s list

Melissa L. Comeau the daughter of Alan and Deborah Comeau of Buxton, and Amanda R. Fournier, the daughter of Daniel and Debra Fournier of Buxton, have both been named to the dean’s list at Husson College. They are 2003 graduates of Bonny Eagle High School.

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