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Phil Dunham

Philip Dunham, a member of the Carver Fire Department since 1981, is leaving Carver to live life the way it should be in Maine. The people of thank Phil for his 28 years of dedicated service to the Town. His service has saved us thousands of tax dollars on top of the benefits we enjoyed in protection of life & property. We don't know how many teeth he had to have pulled to qualify for residency in Maine but we're sure it will help ease his retirement dental bills. Good luck Phil.

Carolyn D. Ficks Scholarship Fund

Carolyn D. Ficks daughter of Fred and Eileen Ficks passed away April 21, 2007 the result of an auto accident in Denmark Maine, where Carolyn called home. Carolyn was born July 18,1978 in Plympton and lived there until she moved to Denmark in 2002. She loved animals and had several cats and dogs throughout her life alone with other animals that she cared for. She worked as Saint Joseph's College in Standish Maine.  While working there she received a Bachelors Degree in Business Accounting.

Fred and Eileen owners of Tub's and Tans have started a scholarship in Carolyn's name at Saint Joseph's College and are holding a benefit to raise money for this purpose. Please see flyer below. For more information you may contact Fred at Tubs and Tans 508-866-7084.

Lindsay Briggs continues to improve after transplant

The Enterprise

Posted Mar 05, 2008 @ 12:45 AM

The Carver woman, who has cystic fibrosis, underwent a double-lung transplant last Friday.

By Cristina Castellano
Carver Reporter

Tue Feb 12, 2008, 04:47 PM EST
CARVER - Twenty-two-year-old Lindsay Briggs begins her morning by detaching her IV and padding about with an oxygen tube trailing behind her.
She awaits the physical therapist who visits her Carver home to rhythmically pound on her back and chest to clear her airway passages and clean out her lungs. Briggs must cough to aid the process.
Some days, Briggs will head out the door for a doctor’s appointment.
By the end of her day, she will have taken 25 pills.
Twice a night, she will use a nebulizer to medicate her lungs.
This is a glimpse at Lindsay Rebecca Briggs’ life, a life similar to that of the 30,000 Americans with cystic fibrosis, an inherited disease of the lungs and digestive system. Briggs, who spent two weeks at Massachusetts General Hospital, was airlifted to the University of Pittsburgh Presbyterian Hospital in Pennsylvania earlier this month.
She remains in Pennsylvania, waiting for her name to come up on a transplant list for two new lower lung lobes that could give her a fresh start on life.
She is one of the 3,200 people in the country waiting for a lung transplant.

Donations may be sent to: Friends of Lindsay Briggs, c/o Bank of America, 181 Court St., Plymouth MA 02360

Read Carver Reporter Story-Lindsay awaits double lung transplant

Kingston’s Sacred Heart supports former student who has lung transplant

 By Edward B. Colby
The Patriot Ledger

Read Patriot Ledger Story-Kingston’s Sacred Heart supports former student who has lung transplant

Comedy Fund Raiser to Benefit Chris Ray  Sponsored by Kristin & Mark Emond

Please contact:
Kristin & Mark Emond
95 Center St.
Carver, MA 02330

Ride for Athena 2008

1.Ride for Athena 2008!

When: Saturday, May 31st, 2008
Time: 7a.m. sign in 8a.m. ride starts
Where: Edaville Railroad Carver, MA

For more information please visit web site below

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