Bonny Eagle team wins Odyssey finals

Five Bonny Eagle students placed first in the state finals for Odyssey of the Mind at Sanford High School.

Two team members, Mallory Brooks and Samantha Cox, are from Bonny Eagle Middle School. Three – Emma Brooks, Emily Dugin and Halee Jandreau – are from Bonny Eagle High School.

This team is the first Division III team that Maine School Administrative District 6 has had, and also is the first Bonny Eagle team to earn first place in state competition. The team will compete in the world finals May 27-30 at Iowa State University.

A Bonny Eagle Middle School Division II team also competed in the state competition, finishing fourth. The middle school team included Ivory McDonough, Elizabeth Prescott, Riley Sawyer, Kendyll Martin, Katelynn Aiken and MacKenzie Andrews.

Cemetery group to meet

The South Buxton Cemetery Association (Tory Hill) will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m. at the Buxton Town Hall, 185 Portland Road.

All lot owners, representatives and interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend. Members in attendance will elect officers and directors; reports will be received and an auditor will be selected along with any other business.

There will be a meeting of the board of directors directly preceding the annual meeting at 6 p.m.

For more information, call President Sandy Atkinson at 929-4044 or visit the association’s Web site at For information regarding the purchase of lots, call Superintendent Jeffrey Grover at 929-4773.

Scholarship yard sale

The Limington Extension’s second indoor yard sale will be held on Saturday, April 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Limington Town Hall, Route 11, Limington.

The sale raises money for Bonny Eagle High School scholarships.

There will be lots of yard sale items for 25 cents, as well as new items at cut-rate prices. For more information, call Karen at 642-3508.

Frenette on dean’s list

Audrey L. Frenette of Buxton has been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.

Frenette is a member of the class of 2012.

Route 112 improvement

The Maine Department of Transportation announced recently the approval of $7.5 million in highway reconstruction funds for 3.38 miles of Route 112 in Saco and Buxton.

The improvements will be made beginning at approximately a quarter-mile northwesterly of Rocky Hill Road in Saco extending to Route 202 in Buxton.

“The approval of this project is due to the hard work of every one in the Saco and Buxton legislative delegation,” said Sen. Barry Hobbins, D-York County, citing local state Reps. Linda Valentino, D-Saco; Don Pilon, D-Saco; Rob Hunt, D-Buxton; George Hogan, D-Old Orchard Beach and Linda Sanborn, D-Gorham, for their efforts.

The details on the approved transportation projects for York County can be found online at

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