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The Caribou Public Library is pleased to announce the arrival of it's Sand and Water tables!! The library was able to purchase these tables through a Onion Foundation Grant. We are very excited to have these new resources and to be able to have more STEAM programs!! ...

"... When I rummaged through the garbage can at the county prosecutors office, I had no idea what that 30 year-old piece of taxidermy would become. He was destined for the incinerator.

I think we can take a lesson from this. Do not be too quick to pass by the discarded and the seemingly, unwanted.

Walk slower and look around. The person (or in my case, the duck) you help out might just have big things in their future.

If a discarded and deceased duck is destined to deliver grins and happiness, then we all have hope.

What would be our purpose if we did not have hope? ..."
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Saturday is the day that I typically attempt to put on all the photos of folks that stopped by during the week to visit with us at the Bangor Police Department. You say, "TC, should we consider the Bangor Police Department a tourist destination?" To that I say, "You might Rabbit, you might." This week I could not keep up. I looked back through the plethora of mug shots with the Duck of Justice (who is leaving very soon for a re-do) and I don't have time this morning to get them all on the Inter-web for you to see. I will do my best in the next few days to put together an album of all who swung by to say, hello. Again, I want to thank all of you but I especially want to thank, Melody, Queen of the Front Desk. She makes it possible for so many to make their dreams come true. Ok...maybe it's not a dream, but it does seem to be on a few people's bucket lists. I share a photo of Melody with the Duck of Justice. And...AL. You can see that she is holding a picture of Al. Al works for NCIS ( I cannot tell you where because Al told me that he would have to eliminate me) and his wife wanted his photo with the Duck of Justice. We improvised by getting Melody to hold a photo of Al, while holding the Duck of Justice. Al now has this photo on his desk. It was his birthday gift as it was impossible for him to travel here to get his own selfie. Al's wife orchestrated this significant feat. She loves him. Al, who is happy, is happier now. When I rummaged through the garbage can at the county prosecutors office, I had no idea what that 30 year-old piece of taxidermy would become. He was destined for the incinerator. I think we can take a lesson from this. Do not be too quick to pass by the discarded and the seemingly, unwanted. Walk slower and look around. The person (or in my case, the duck) you help out might just have big things in their future. If a discarded and deceased duck is destined to deliver grins and happiness, then we all have hope. What would be our purpose if we did not have hope? Keep your hands to yourself, leave other people's things alone and be kind to one another. We will be here. TC

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A smile from Calvin and Hobbes! (by Bill Watterson)

Caribou Public Library shared BuzzFeed Books's photo. ...

Happy birthday to the late and great Robin Williams 💙

 

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