Wiscasset Wine Outlet owner Luanne Clifford and her father, Bob Bradley, of Boothbay Harbor address selectmen telling their story as sewer plant supervisor Buck Rines, seated left in the corner, listens. (Greg Foster photo)
Work has been progressing steadily on the farmers' market building and adjacent lighthouse lobster pound in the background at the Rt. 1 site in Wiscasset. (Greg Foster photo)
Construction workers Greg Carmichael, left and Will Hatheway, operator of the AWH Construction of Topsham, builders of structures for the Maine Heritage Village, measure the boardwalk for the farmers' market building. (Greg Foster photo)
This lobster boat sits on the site of the Maine Heritage Village in Wiscasset showcasing Maine, its people and their livelihood. (Greg Foster photo)
Wiscasset resident, Sumner McKane and one year old daughter, Piper demonstrate that all ages can have fun on the ice. (photo by Tammy L.R. Meserve)
This store on Rt. 1 in Wiscasset has been the subject of controversy over liability for damages resulting from the January ice storm. (Greg Foster photo)
Miss Britt, overall winner, Ms. Midcoast Maine 2009, Patrick Leeman, with friend
Miss Elle Producto, (Dr. Steve Sozanski) won the Miss Personality title.
Abbott (John Mitkus-R) and Costello (Bill Labombarde-L) perform the classic skit "Who's On First."
Miss Samantha, (Sam Graves)
Krissy Kringle (Steve McDermott), accepts her trophy as Drama Queen from Mary Trescot.
Architect Robert Tillotson shows concept design of new school building project proposed for Jefferson during a regular school board meeting Wednesday night.
A large crowd gathered at Damariscotta Lake State Park in Jefferson for drag races on Saturday.
When that light turns green give it to her a man tells a young boy during drag races on Saturday.
Mary Trescott awards Miss Brit (Patrick Leeman), the trophy as overall winner.
Sue and Gary Thompson of Happy's Pizza and Subs in Wiscasset.
Drama Queen Krissy Kringle (Steve McDermott) joins the Renys Rockettes chorus line for some high steppin'.
Miss Masa (Brent Peters) redefines oriental dance for the ages.
A jazz trio led by Barney Balch on trombone played sweet compilations for a huge crowd packed into the Skidompha Library Saturday night during the Healthy Kids! Chocolate Fest fundraiser. (J Maguire photo)
Chauncy Devin, a student from Lincoln Academy, joined many other students in the Chocolate Fest fundraiser on Saturday. (J Maguire photo)
Chocolate desserts were made and donated by many local citizens to support the Healthy Kids! fundraiser on Saturday in Damariscotta. (J Maguire photo)
Morsels of gooey chocolate deliciousness adorned trays and tables at the Healthy Kids! Chocolate Fest on Saturday. (J Maguire photo)
Autumn Beaudoin, a home schooled student from Alna, joined other students in passing around sweet delicacies at the Healthy Kids! Chocolate Fest at the Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta Saturday night. (J Maguire photo)
David Flood, with some of his work, at Spectrum Generations Feb. 4.
Healthy Kids! board member Stephanie Nelson (left) and vice president Lisa Katz are honored for their organization's efforts at the Chocolate Fest on Feb. 7. (J Maguire photo)
June Gallant, daughter of famed jazz musician Murial Havenstien accepts a crystal piano from Frieda and John Hanlon, owners of Stars Fine Jewelry in Damariscotta as part of the Healthy Kids! Chocolate Fest fundraiser. (J Maguire photo)
Emcee Jon McKane with special guest Sarah Palin (Lee Emmons).
Sheriff Sisters, winners of the coveted Most Talented award, cavort with audience member Nick Buck.