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Need a tool? The Library has a tool lending library with over 80 tools!

From Jackson Memorial Library -- Our tool library is getting more use. Yesterday we had a very happy patron exclaim, "You saved me a trip to Rockland and $150!" Today we were able to supply a second tool to a patron, so they could have a helper. This morning a patron dropped of our newest addition, a seed spreader, which seconds as a salt/sand spreader! Follow this link to see our tools, and remember we also have some kitchen appliances, specialty pans, and SO much more!
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Update from Parks & Rec - fall hikes, youth soccer and racquet sports

This week's notes: Good morning St. George!  Parks and Rec news as we head into October...

Time for a fall hike? - For those that are looking to get some fresh air and look at some foliage, we will bring the hiking club back on Saturday, October 3rd for a walk on the Les Hyde trail that goes behind the library and the school and skirts the marsh.  2 PM on Saturday.  We will leave from the library parking lot.

  A reminder that there is an online prescreening for parents to fill out each Saturday morning before their child attends. (see below)  
  Oct 3, 17
K-2  9:00-10:00
3-4  10:30-11:30
5-6  12:00-1:00
Players that attend at least 3 of the 4 sessions will receive a St. George Soccer T-shirt!  

A BIG thank you to all the parents who are doing such a great job supporting our program by submitting the pre-screening questionnaire!  Together, we can keep everyone healthy and provide recreation opportunities for our community. 

Youth Soccer Pre-Screening Link:  As has been adver…

Solar Thursdays: New Options are Here - October 1st and November 12th, 6:30 to 8:30 via zoom

From the Town's website: The St. George Conservation Commission is presenting public informational programs on residential options for Solar Energy via Zoom.  “Solar Thursdays” educational sessions will be offered periodically to introduce the community to alternatives available to reduce their “carbon footprint” using solar energy and save money. Speakers will address the latest advances in solar energy and solar energy options.  State/local energy goals and relevant legislation will also be presented.This event is cosponsored by the St. George Community Development Corporation.Please register in advance to participate via zoom. For more information click here or go to  this Facebook page

Flu shots at St George Fire Station, 9/21, 11am - 2pm

Sponsored by Hannaford Pharmacy and St George Ambulance Click here for more information

Open Air Crafts Fair at the Library 9/12 and 9/26

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