Our Maine Street's Aroostook Issue 1 : Summer 2009 - Page 41

Stories. Glenda Barnes and Mary Lou Thibeau did. The result was a promotional display used by the town and Chamber of Commerce. Pictures are now computerized and on file at C3 Creative. It’s Time… To Educate. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority (Laureate Gamma Chapter) began work on turning the McIntosh School into a living museum. Teaching supplies, books, and tin cups were ordered and aprons were sewn. Individual slates were made by the Middle School Industrial Arts Department and authentic reproductions of student desks and benches, as well as a teacher’s desk, were constructed by the Public Works Department. Retired teachers were recruited and the doors opened to classes from the Elementary and Middle Schools so that they might experience a day at school as it was in 1858. Fall classes were held, as well as those in the spring, and an invitation was extended to High School teachers and students. It’s Time… To Promote Fort Fairfield’s Heritage. We shared a booth with Frontier Heritage at the annual Trade Fair on March 28 - 30th where they sold mugs, quilt raffle tickets, note cards, and postcards. We gathered signatures for a Sesquicentennial Quilt, collected recipes and sold prints and placemats. It’s Time… For A Victorian Tea Party. Sue Levasseur, Anne Theriault, and Elaine Grant entertained twelve little girls and their dolls at a formal tea party held at the Public Library in May. They read stories and discussed the fashions of 1858. A tea service was provided at each table by Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. It’s Time… To Revive The CP Dining Experience. Boy Scouts renovated the Canadian Pacific Dining Car as an Eagle Scout Project. On June 20, forty-eight diners once again enjoyed a gourmet meal, “The Menu of Kings“, prepared by Canterbury Royale. High School students and Frontier Heritage members were the servers. It’s Time... To Celebrate The Arts at Fort Fairfield Elementary School. A concert featuring favorite songs from the past, under the direction of Mari-Jo Hedman, was performed by the elementary classes. Student ́