Issue 8 : Spring 2011

Issue Contents:

Fish don’t care about your affluence, religion, ethnicity, social status or politics. What gets their attention is the drop of a fly without casting a shadow.

Claudia G. Garland

Fort Kent International Muskie Derby by Dave Kelso

Smelt Enforcement by Eric Rudolph

Philanthropy in Aroostook County by Sandy Gauvin

Atlantic Salmon by Claudia Garland

Fish Friends by Linda Jones

Healthy You: The Colors of Awareness by Kim Jones

There’s No Place Like Home by Professional Home Nursing

County Critters: Potential Dangers by Dr. Terri McQuade

The Heart of Case Management by Karim Slifka

Red River Camps by Janet Kelle

The Greenhouse Restaurant OMS Interview


Sandy Gauvin, Ken Lamb, Eric Rudolph, Janet Kelle, Gene Cyr, Dave Kelso, Linda Jones, Jen Brophy-Price, Kim Jones, Karim Slifka, Katherine Anderson, Dr. Terry McQuade, Claudia G. Garland


Aroostook Technologies, Ben’s Trading Post, Boondock’s Grille, Bouchard Family Farms, Caribou Inn & Convention Center, Caribou Trading Post, Cary Medical Center, Chandler Farms, Inc., Clifford L Rhome CPA, P.A., Dean’s Motor Lodge, Inc., Doris’ Café, Fort Kent Ski-Doo, Frank Martin Sons, Inc., Gary’s Upholstery & Son, Graves’ Shop ‘n Save, Hillside IGA, Husson University, Jerry’s Shurfine, John’s Shurfine Food Store, Maine Solar and Wind LLC, Marden’s, Martin’s Motel, McGillan, Inc., Mike’s Family Market LLC, Monica’s Scandinavian Imports, Nadeau’s House of Flooring, Nadeau’s House of Furniture, Northern Maine Community College, Northern Prosthetics, Paterson Payroll, Pines Health Services, Power of Prevention, Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center, Professional Home Nursing, Quigley’s Building Supply, Red River Camps, Sherman Thriftway, Inc., Sitel Corporation, Spring Break Maple & Honey, The County Federal Credit Union, University of Maine at Fort Kent, University of Maine at Presque Isle, Washburn Food Mart

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