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There will be a Rabies Clinic on January 13th at the Jordan Bay Animal Hospital - 1242 Roosevelt Trail in Raymond - from 10am to 12pm.

 

This is for dogs and cats.  For more information call 655-3900.

 

Dog licensing will be available.

 

 

The Town Office will be closing at 2pm on Wednesday, December 13th for an Office Christmas Party.

 

The Town Office will be closed all day on Tuesday, December 26th in observance of Christmas.

 

The Town Office will be closed all day on Tuesday, January 2nd in observance of New Year's Day.

 

 

 

To make a donation and fill out the form, please click HERE.

 

The Raymond Beautification Committee and Raymond Vitalization Committee are collaborating to provide 70 Christmas wreaths to be hung on all of the decorative light poles along the 302 Raymond business corridor.  Jessica Fay, Maine Lakes Wedding Event Florist, will purchase the wreaths for us at cost, and make the bows for them.

 

The Walk ‘n Weed committee, a group from the Beautification Committee, will be making personal visits to 302 businesses beginning the third week of November to raise money for the wreaths. Our entire community benefits from the visual appeal of the 302 corridor throughout the year.  Everyone is invited to contribute to this seasonal project along with businesses.

 

 

The Boston Post Cane tradition was established in 1909 by the Boston Post newspaper. A special cane was presented to the Board of SeIectmen in 431 towns in New England, to be presented as an honor to each town's oldest resident. The recipient held the honor as long as he/she lived. Upon his or her death the cane would be awarded to the next oldest resident.

 

The cane would belong to the town and not the resident who received it in order to provide for the preservation and public awareness of the tradition and protection of the cane from loss or damage.

 

The cane is ebony with a 14 carat gold head inscribed thus:

 

Presented by

THE BOSTON POST

to the

OLDEST CITIZEN

of

Raymond, Maine

to be transmitted

 

Today the cane remains in the Town Hall for its protection and the recipients receive a Certificate of Recognition.

 

 

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