Issue 12 : Spring 2012

Issue Contents:

“Aroostook County” may not make the list of elegant wedding-related items for many people, but two years ago when my husband got down on one knee and asked me to share my life with him, I knew The County was exactly where I wanted to say “I do.”

Amanda Jenkins Knox

Aroostook Weddings

Aroostook Ever After by Amanda Knox

Midsommar by Carolyn Hildebrand

The Fanciful Fiddlehead by Jan Grieco

Fort Kent Lions Club by Clarence Soucy

Water Access by Joe Powers

Get Your Garden Growing by Kim Jones

Food, Fuel and Medications by Dottie Hutchins

Your Blood Pressure by PHN

Community Voices by Michelle Plourde Chasse

A Guide to Our Back Issues OMS Staff


Ken Lamb, Courtney Wetzel, Jennilyn LaChance, Sha-Lam Photography, Gene Cyr, Jan Grieco, Kim Jones, Rachel Rice, Karen Gonya, Joe Powers, Clarence Soucy, Carolyn Hildebrand, Dottie Hutchins, Professional Home Nursing, Amanda Knox, Michelle Plourde Chasse


Aroostook County Chambers of Commerce, Aroostook Real Estate, Aroostook Technologies, Ben’s Trading Post, Boondock’s Grille, Bouchard Family Farms, Caribou Trading Post, Caribou Inn & Convention Center, Cary Medical Center, Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce, Clifford L Rhome CPA, P.A., Clukey’s Auto Supply, Fort Kent Ski-Doo, Graves’ Shop ‘n Save, Hillside IGA, I Care Pharmacy, Jerry’s Shurfine, John’s Shurfine Food Store, Marden’s, McCluskey’s RV Center, McGillan Inc., Mike’s & Sons Sales & Service, Monica’s Scandinavian Imports, Nadeau’s House of Flooring, Nadeau’s House of Furniture, Northern Maine Community College, Northern Prosthetics & Orthotics, Noyes Florist & Greenhouse, Paterson Payroll, Percy’s Auto Sales, Pines Health Services, Pelletier Ford, Power of Prevention, Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center, Professional Home Nursing, Quigley’s Building Supply, Red River Camps, Randy Brooker General Contractor, Robbie Morin Paving, St. John Valley Pharmacy, Save a Lot, Sitel Corporation, The County Federal Credit Union, The County Stove Shop ,University of Maine at Fort Kent

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