News Notes: March 28, 2021

To date over 10,000 first doses have been given at the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Sanford! Vaccinations are by appointment only. Go to www.mainehealth.org/vaccine or call 1-877-780-7545 for details on eligibility, to register for an appointment, or to pre-register. Appointments will be scheduled based on eligibility in the order your call was received.

The Goodall Library is offering free kids Easter craft kits, to make a bunny or chick stick puppet, from April 1-3 while supplies last.

The schedule of Holy Week masses, confessions and times of prayer for Holy Family Church can be found on the parish website at https://stthereseparishmaine.org/holyweek.

Sanford High School alumna Jen Jones set a new record for career strikeouts (501) in Husson University’s softball program, as she led her undefeated Eagles to an 11-3 win over UMaine Presque Isle last Thursday.

The Sanford ATV Club has issued a reminder that trails are closed to ATVs until May 15. Signs are up and the warden will be patrolling the area and issuing tickets, not warnings.

Sanford Rec’s Starting New at Golf (SNAG) program is for kids age 6 to 8. They will have a clinic on Thursday, April 22 on the field at Carl J. Lamb. Visit https://sanfordrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID=29824 to register your little golfer.

Above & Beyond Catering is back! They will be offering their Meal of the Week beginning April 8, and will post the menu this week for preorders. A full Pop-Up Menu will be offered beginning April 15, which will also be a fundraiser for Sanford High School’s Project Graduation. Follow their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/aboveandbeyondcateringmaine/ for more details.