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2012 Christmas In Cornish

Thank you to all volunteers who came to help with decorating Thompson Park this year especially the Kezar Falls Fire Department. Yes, the tree in the park is now too large for us to use ladders!

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President, CAB and Executive Board and Officers

Here are some photos of everyone helping (photo taken by Scott Rowley of Photos By Rowley and Eileen McKinney of Midway country Lodging):

2012 Spring Celebration

This year's Spring event celebration was a great success! Over 25 ticket holders enjoyed good food provided by Phat Boys, Duncan Donuts, Krista's, Sacopee House Of Pizza, Subway, Stone ridge good, and mellow tunes by local artist Pete Finkle, great venue at Bangor Savings Bank, mingling and simply another GREAT TIME!

CAB would like to thank all of the attendees for their bidding for the donated items! Because of you, CAB was able to donate over $980 towards local community efforts. Event will return next year, don't miss out on this fun time and a chance to networking your business!

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Cake provided by Call's Hannaford Auction items Auction items Cash Bar provided by Krista's
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Pete Finkle providing great music Event participants Pete Finkle providing great music Event participants

CAB would like to thank the following business who donated merchandise and services to the silent auction:

We also would like to thank all volunteers who step up to make this event happen!

For more information:
Scott Rowley, CAB President
(207) 625-4993 Cell: (207) 256-6970

2011 Thompson Park Decorating

Thank you to all volunteers who came to help with decorating Thompson Park this year especially the Kezar Falls Fire Department. Yes, the tree in the park is now too large for us to use ladders!

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President, CAB and Executive Board and Officers

Here are some photos of everyone helping (photo taken by Shannon of Full Circle Artisan Gallery and Bead Emporium):

2011 Cornish Apple Festival

The 22st Annual Cornish Apple Festival was a great success. There was a great mix of vendors, food, and music this year. It is great to see how the community comes out with sales all along Ossipee Trail (Route 25).

CAB would like to thank all of the volunteers that help make this event possible!

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President, CAB and Executive Board and Officers

Here are some photos from the event:

 

 

2010 cab holiday party

We had a great number of members attend the party this year. Good to see you all! Great food, drink, company, conversation, and of course the Yankee Swap.

I would like to thank everyone who brought nonperishable food items to be donated to the food bank.

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President

Here are some photos from the night:

Cottage Treasures, MacIntyre Consulting, Foothills Physical Therapy,and Barking Rose Quilt Barn The Cottages at Oak Hill Farm, Cornish Water District Cornish Public Water System, and Jordan’s Trucking & Rubbish Removal Midway Lodging, and Sacopee Valley Eye Care Karma Salon, Bonney Memorial Library
Scenic Roots, and The Shopping Guide Bangor Bank, Sebago Signworks, and Nurturing Tranquility Salon & Spa Petone Electric Apple Acers, Moulton Lumber, and Scott Design, LLC
   
  Yankee Swap Gifts  

2010 Cornish Apple Festival

The 21st Annual Cornish Apple Festival was a great success. There was a great mix of vendors, food, and music this year. It is great to see Cornish businesses taking advantage of the crowds with tent sales all along Ossipee Trail (Route 25).

I would like to thank the volunteers that help with this well oiled event!

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President

Here are some photos from the event:

Community vender tents and the Odd Fellow Hall Clock Looking up High Street at the entertainment area Thompson Park Vendor's Tents
CAB Booth - Cotton Candy Crew Apple Pie Contest Entries Thompson Park Apple Pie Contest on the porch of The Cornish Inn
Fire Truck for children to see Famous Apple Fritters Judges tasting the pies Live Entertainment
Pie auction Pie auction buyers Pie auction buyers Live Entertainment

Live Entertainment

Venders in Thompson Park Historical Society provided period cloths to put on for photo opportunities Historical Society provided period cloths to put on for photo opportunities

Thompson Park Kiosk

CAB members voted to bring back the kiosk in Thompson Park. If you did not know there was a kiosk in the park, your not the only one. Our members recognized the potential for the kiosk as a central information platform for visitors to find out about current events, local and surrounding businesses, and near by activities. CAB went to the town's selectmen and asked permission to paint and repair the kiosk and about our member's vision.

The vision:

  • Make any repairs to the structure as needed
  • Paint the structure a color that would attract attention
  • Place an enlarged version from the inside of the Cornish brochure on the back of the kiosk
  • Place a listing of Cornish's war veterans on one side of the kiosk
  • Glass side of the kiosk:
    • Put a current month's calendar of events from the Cornish Web site
    • Put a list of near by activities
    • Keep room for lists of recognition from CAB events
    • Remaining space is for any business or local event to advertise
  • CAB will do repair's and keep all information up to date from this day forward

The project was approved, and Charles DeArville, chair of the project, got to work with CAB president Scott Rowley. The project was completed quickly and we now have the structure painted and information in the glass side of kiosk. We are waiting the installation of the enlarged version from the inside of the Cornish brochure.

CAB would like to thank Charles for his expertise and help in getting this project completed and Will from Bellfast who helped wile he visited Cornish!

Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President

Here are some photos:

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Kiosk as it was before - glass side Kiosk a it was before - glass side Kiosk as it was before - back side Work begin - scraping
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Put on an actual boot for the light sensor. Charles inspecting days work. Primer applied Test of red color
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Full crew applying final touches - Charles and Will Full crew applying final touches - Will and Scott Full crew applying final touches - Will, Scott, and Charles Full crew applying final touches - Scott
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Full crew applying final touches - Charles and Will (Will is applying linseed oil to the shaker shingles.) Full crew applying final touches - Charles and Will Finished! Current month calendar of events from the Web site will
be posted.
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Nearby Activities
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First business to advertise. Listing of memory lights purchased previous year Christmas In Cornish.  

2010 First Moving Meeting

I, along with the CAB Officers thank the 19 people who attended our first 'moving meeting' held in Limerick at The Clipper Tea House. A special Thanks to Heather Labbe for hosting this event and providing the venue, desserts, fruits and beverages. Those in attendance were 12 CAB members, 3 guests, 3 local businesses, and one guest speaker. Dana Roffler, Manager of the Maine Tourism Center in Fryeburg shared information on how the Maine Tourism helps its members, what visitors are asking to do while in Maine, and why Maine is such a drawer to the Tourists. She provided several marketing suggestions that would help make this area a destination for visitors to enjoy. At the close of the evening, every business there interacted among one another, got acquainted and CAB gained 3 new members.

Our next moving Meeting will be in September. Watch for the date, place and details.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE! — Sincerely, Scott Rowley, CAB President

Here are some photos from the meeting:

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From Left To Right: Charles DeArville of Scenic Roots • Robert Cyr of DIRFY Contractors (two new CAB members) Meeting was held in The Clipper Merchant Tea House's 'Custom House Room'. One of 4 themed rooms Peg Snyder of Scenic Roots • Diane Leveille President of the Cornish Historical Society • Sue Melanson of The Cottages at Oak Hill Farm Judy McIntyre of Barking Rose Quilt Barn • Eileen & Ron McKinny of Midway Lodging • (front) Kyles Osborn of Jeremiah Mason House B&B (new CAB member)
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Heather Labbe of The Clipper Merchant Tea House Ernestin Bash of Cottage Treasures • Kimberlee Henderson of Nurturing Tranquility Salon & Spa Close of the evening Meeting Goers saying their goodbyes.

2010 Spring Celebration

This year's Spring event celebration was a great success! Over 30 ticket holders enjoyed good food provided by Sacopee House Of Pizza, good entertainment by local artist Pete Finkle, great venue at Sacopee House Of Pizza, mingling and simply a GREAT TIME! Event will return next year, don't miss out on this fun time and a chance to networking your business!

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Auction item provided by Bangor Savings Auction item provided by Smith Co. Spring Celebration Chair Kimberlee Henderson of Nurturing Tranquility Salon & Spa Auction item provided by Scott Design, LLC
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Auction items provided by Patty's Bags & Such Auction items provided by Her Shop Auction Items provided by Bonney Memorial Library Auction item provided by Karma
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Auction item provided by Cottage Treasures CAB President Scott Rowley Sacopee House of Pizza owners Rachel & Brian Pike Hall cake made and decorated by Rachel of Sacopee House of Pizza
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Wonderful food Auction Item provided by The Clipper Merchant Tea House Auction item provided by The Cottages at Oak Hill Farm Auction item provided by Sacopee Valley Eye Care
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Auction item provided by Your Weekly Shopping Guide Auction item provided by Krista's Auction item provided by Barking Rose Event participants
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Event participants Entertainment provided by Pete Finkle    

 

CAB would like to thank the following business who donated merchandise and services to the silent auction:

We also would like to thank all volunteers who step up to make this event happen!

For more information:
Scott Rowley, CAB President
(207) 625-4993 Cell: (207) 256-6970

 

 

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