Grades K-8 back to school

School Committee Chairman Darryl Wright announced last week that students in kindergarten through eighth grade will attend school in person Monday through Thursday beginning April 29.

High school students will attend school using the hybrid model until the end of the year, Wright said.

The school department is hoping to continue using high school classroom space in the municipal center for another year. Wright said continued use of municipal space would allow the high school to open in the fall for instruction five days a week.

Lions plan craft fair

Gorham Lions will host its first craft fair at the Robie Gym lawn on June 26.

“Two of our newest Lions members have a direct connection with the craft community, so we are pleased to sponsor this new event,” Lions Club President Ken Aldrich said.

The fair will benefit the Lions Gorham High School scholarship fund and community support.

Clean up reminder

Gorham Conservation Commission is seeking volunteers for a spring cleanup being held from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 17. See gorhamconservation.org/contact-us/ for more information.

50 Years Ago

Priscilla Rines was to host Gorham’s Annie Louise Carey Club for a program on April 15, 1971, the American Journal reported.

Carey graduated from the female seminary in Gorham in 1862 and later became a well-known international opera singer after studying in Italy.

U.S. taxpayer debt

The Bureau of the Fiscal Service reported on April 8 that the U.S. public debt was $28,081,511,424,807.03.

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