Due to the weather the Houlton Rotary meeting for Monday, December 27, 2010 has been canceled. See you next Monday!
Andrew Plant, an educator from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, visited Houlton Rotary on December 20th. Andrew has spent the past two years researching how perennial grasses and straw left from grain rotations can be turned into pellet fuel. […]
The 55th Rotary Auction starts tonight! Monday, November 22, 2010. Please be sure to tune in to Houlton Channel 13 or WHOU 100.1 FM for over $60,000 of merchandise! 6 PM to 10:30 PM.
The 55th Annual Houlton Rotary Radio & TV Auction will take place Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. The event will air from 6:00-10:30pm each night on WHOU Radio 100.1 FM and on Houlton Cable Channel 13. The auction is held at Watson Hall at the Episcopal Church on Main Street and the public is welcome to attend.
Excellence in education…..Where are we? How do we get to it? What does it mean for Maine and its future?
These are the questions being asked and Yellow brought the answers to members of the Houlton Rotary Club at one of their recent meetings. Yellow is Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer at Bangor Saving Bank.
At a recent meeting of the Houlton Rotary Club, Rotarian Moose Karnes presented the club with the Rotary Little League 9-10 year-old trophy for the year 2010. This is the first time that Moose has been a coach for Little […]
With the Northern Maine Soap Box Derby being the major recipient of the Rotary auction money this year, Andy Mooers and Andy Sloat spoke to the Rotarians at a recent meeting of the Club.
Cara O’Donnell, water resource specialist for the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, recently spoke to the Houlton Rotary Club. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Watershed Science from Colorado State University and has been with the Maliseets since […]
We need help picking this Saturday! Rotarian, Dale Flewelling, has started a fantastic project to help feed our area’s hungry, especially the elderly in our community with locally raised vegetables! His idea was this: let’s use land that isn’t being used and grow food for those who need to be fed! We’ve got ample land in Northern Maine and we have many people who are hungry and can’t afford fresh vegetables.
On June 14th, Houlton Rotary welcomed Lise-Lotta Hagqvist, an exchange student from Kangasala, Finland. Lise-Lotta will be residing with Chelsi Murray, a senior at Houlton High School, for the next four weeks, experiencing our culture and traveling the country. In […]