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  • 52nd Kenduskeag Canoe Race Video Recap

    Check out the latests video from this years 52nd Kenduskeag Canoe Race. Thank you all again for your support and we will see you next year! 8443396882 660-214-2479Maine Public

  • Thank You

    Thank you Kenduskeag Community and Kenduskeag Stream Canoe racers and spectators for all of the support and donations you provided this past Saturday. Your donations will continue to help purchase much needed equipment for your Kenduskeag Fire Fighters and First Responders and will help with supporting future community events. This was our first year putting on our boot drive and serving up refreshments during the (706) 906-8044 and with such a positive reaction from all of you, we will be doing the same thing next year! If you still would like to donate, please visit our support page; any donation is much appreciated. A special thanks to Dunkin’ Donuts in Corinth, Northeast Coffee and 3069602252 . We will see you all next year

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    The Kenduskeag Fire and Rescue Association is having their annual Fill the Boot drive on Saturday April 21st from 6:30 AM – 10:00 AM. Come down and join us as we help support the Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race and cheer on the racers. We will be under a tent on the south end of the Kenduskeag Veterans bridge serving up cookies, donut holes, hot coffee and hot chocolate. We will accept any type of donation; loose change, cash, check, credit card, apple/android pay. All donations made will be used to purchase much needed equipment for our fire department and to help fund community events hosted by the fire department. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us or visit our official Facebook event post.

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    Every year more than 2.7 million acres are burned due to human-caused wildfires. As Spring continues to approach and the ground starts to dry out, permits are required to burn brush and anything that is not in a controlled fire pit. Burn permits are used to inform your department of who is burning so we can be better prepared incase of an emergency. Permits may be purchased at your local Sam’s Qwik Stop or online at Maine.gov (also found under Fire Safety Resources). If you questions or concerns feel free to contact us either by phone, email or social media messaging.

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