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drmaiella - Tue, Mar 20, 2012, 8:58 A
Lyme prevention and tick bite protocol
Hi everyone,

I've put together an herbal formula that I use for my patients during the spring/summer and fall. This formula is meant not to 100% prevent Lyme disease, but more to increase your immune system so if you are bitten by a disease carrying tick, your body will do a better job at fighting it off.

I would be more than happy to talk with anyone about the herbs.

I dispense an 8 ounce bottle per person, and dose it at 2 dropperrfuls per day. At that dose, an 8 ounce bottle should last through the summer/spring and fall (witha one month hiatus in July).

I alson have a tick-bite protocol on my website, valleynaturopathic.com.

It just walks you through the steps of taking off the tick, where to send it to, and what to do next.

Thanks,
Dr. Emily Maiella
413.367.9350
 
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Becca - Mon, Jun 7, 2010, 4:56 P
looking for reverand Barbara’s number
I have an event at the church tonight and am trying to get a hold of Reverend Barbara from the Montague Congregational Church. If anyone has her number, can you e mail me please? Thank you!

Or if there is another church member who is charge of opening the church for events, that contact would be dandy as well.

Thank you!

Becca Martenson
 
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BradCouncilman - Thu, May 13, 2010, 8:30 A
Elm Grove Cemetery Association Annual Meeting - May 26
Elm Grove Cemetery Association
Turners Falls Rd, Montague MA

ANNUAL MEETING

7:00pm Wednesday, May 26, 2010

First Congregational Church
4 North St
Montague MA 01351

All lot owners and other interested parties are invited to attend. For further information call Brad Councilman: 413-773-0670.


 
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annfisk - Fri, May 7, 2010, 1:25 P
Plant and Bake Sale to Benefit Heifer Project International
Saturday, May 8
9 am - Noon
Montague Congo Church
Free Coffee
Come buy a plant for mom or some baked goods
Some garden seedlings will also be sold.

We will also be selling fresh homemade donuts, made right in the kitchen.
Just like Krispy Kremes, come get them hot.
All proceeds benefit Heifer Project International.
 
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dancingtree - Sun, Mar 28, 2010, 1:41 P
One World Meditations - Wednesday, March 31st - and every Wednesday
Dear Friends,

I'd like to share 'One World, One Heart' which is a beautiful new video on YouTube about the One World Meditations. You can find it on the lightomega12 channel (enter 'lightomega12' in the YouTube search box.)

I'd also like to share the following invitation:


Dear Ones,

We welcome you to this global effort to bring light and healing to the Earth. Please join us and the Realms of Light to strengthen the planetary network of light and participate most fully in individual and collective healing. This meditation not only anchors light for the Earth, but also within your own body, mind, heart, and spirit.

The meditation is thirty minutes long and you may also join us via Skype as we sit together at Light Omega with an online presence from around the world. Please visit www.oneworldmeditations.org for more information and to check the time within your time zone, sign our mailing list, and know that what can be accomplished when we sit together as one is vast and powerful as an effective means of blessing the Earth.

Namaste and blessings - Julie Redstone
 
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annfisk - Thu, Feb 25, 2010, 1:18 P
BLOOD DRIVE
Saturday, March 20th 10 am - 2 pm
Montague Congregational Church
4 North Street Near the village green
Baystate Health System Mobile Blood Unit
For info or to book an appointment call:
Diane: 413-320-5336
 
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annfisk - Fri, Nov 13, 2009, 1:08 P
Fete Noel
Montague Congregational Church
Saturday, November 14 9 am - 2 pm
Free coffee from 9 -10
Lots of homemade candy, food and warm knitted items.
Huge food basket raffle plus a lottery wreath drawing.
Tin Can Drawings and lots more.
Corn chowder and vegetarian minestrone soup,
Homemade pumpkin roll, pumpkin eggnog pie
The proceeds benefit many local programs such as Food Bank, Homeless shelter,
Survivial Center, NELCFWIT and other world wide missions such as Heifer Project.

 
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stew - Fri, Oct 23, 2009, 2:30 P
Halloween in Montague Center Common this year
Is there any official invite to the Halloween event on the Montague Center Common for individuals, or will this tradition always remain a word-of-mouth event geared toward organizations? We took part in the festivities the last two years, setting up a table in an empty spot, and really enjoyed seeing hundreds of trick or treaters instead of the 10 or 12 who come by our house in Lake P.

For example, I would like to know what time the event starts and ends, and whether its still ok to set up in front of the Congregational Church or in another empty spot like we did on previous years. Thanks!
 
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annfisk - Fri, Oct 23, 2009, 2:27 P
Roast Pork Supper
Saturday, October 24 5:30 pm
Montague Congregational Church
Meal is served family style.
Menu: Roast Pork, Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
Squash, Homemade Apple Sauce, Bread,
Applecake
Adults $9.00
Children $4.00
Reservations: 774-7256
Walks are welcomed and we also do take out, call the above number
or on Saturday afternoon after 4 pm call: 367-9467
 
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annfisk - Sat, Oct 3, 2009, 7:58 A
Blessing of the Animals
October 4 Sunday 2 pm
First Congregational Church of Montague
4 North Street

Free to the public and their pets

We will have a moment of blessings, silence and vigil at the beginning of the
service for pets who are unfortunately involved with sport dog fighting and other
inhumane, unethical treatment.
Free animal food provided by Dave's Petfood City
Dr Ellen Mitnowsky, chiropractor at Montague Integrative Health Center
available for adjustment to small animals


 
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annfisk - Wed, Sep 23, 2009, 8:58 A
Free items
Left Over from Auction Montague Congo Church

Garage Door Opener - We were informed it works, just never got around to
put it up for bidding

Wallpaper Board Old wooden folding table

These two items are in the church yard to the left of the storage shed, help yourselves.
Take the scrap metal if you would like.

I also put a shelving unit out by the road for the taking
 
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annfisk - Fri, Sep 18, 2009, 8:29 P
Polish Supper
Montague Congo Church
Saturday, Sept 26, 2009 5:30 pm

Menu includes Golompki, Pierogi, Sauerkraut Casserole, Rye Bread
and Apple Crisp.

Adults $9.00 Children $4.00

Reservations: 774-7256

Walk ins are seat as space allows. Call for Take Outs

Remember NO Tax nor Tip at church suppers
 
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annfisk - Fri, Sep 18, 2009, 8:26 P
AUCTION AND TAG SALE
Montague Congo Church
Brick Church that faces the Center Common
Saturday, Sept 19
Huge Indoor Tage Sale starts at 8:30 am
9 am Preview the Auciton Get a Number for great bargins
10 am Bidding Begins
 
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karenwerner - Fri, Sep 18, 2009, 5:46 P
Shadow Puppet show Sunday 7pm Montague Farm
The Montague Farm Zendo Puppeteers are performing a free shadow puppet show upstairs at the Maezumi Institute (177 Ripley Road off W. Chestnut Hill in Montague) on Sunday, Sept 20 at 7pm.

During this Year of the Ox, we have been performing the tale, "The Taming of the Ox," every few months, each time using different puppetry and story techniques. This will be our third version, which weaves together 5 personal interpretations of the story.

Please join us for this evening of shadow puppets and illuminated beings, low tech-spectacles of light, overhead projections, and other mesmerizing sights, all accompanied by live music!

The performance will last about 25 minutes and is suitable for all ages, though one of the narrative threads is about a threatened suicide, told in the poetic language of Wendell Berry.

For those who are interested in seeing videos of our two earlier puppet shows, please follow these links: Version 1:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkXqsFByVe0

Version 2:
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questions: 367-2858 Karen


 
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annfisk - Tue, Aug 11, 2009, 1:34 P
Old Home Days
Montague Old Home Days August 14 - 16 50 years
All events take place on the Common in Montague Center
Friday: Karen's Day Studio performs
7:30 Jen Tobey and "Haven't a Clue"

Saturday
8:30 am Mug Race blasts off
9:00 Farmers Market, Huge Indoor Tag Sale
10:30 Live Magic Show Ed the Wizard
11 - 3 Quilt Exhibit - Church
11:30 Montague Grange Musicians
12:30 Celtic Heels School of Irish Dance
1:30 Parade Meet at the ball field if you wish to join
2:30 North County Line Dancers
4:00 "Shingle the Roof" Live Music
6:30 Curly Fingers Dupree

Holy Smokes BBQ will be on the common from Noon til closing. Don't wait, last
year he sold out early, people were disappointed.
Ongoing throughout the day: Games, Drawings, Magic Show

Sunday
8 - 10 am Country Breakfst Buffet
11:00 Church Service 1st Congregational Church Rev Barbara Turner Delisle
Dr Paul Mariani guest speaker
"Rich Blessings" Handbell choir 1st United Methodist,Gfld


 
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karenwerner - Thu, Jul 30, 2009, 12:24 P
Fri. Movie Night: Montague Farm Zendo
The Montague Farm Zendo offers its second movie night of the season on Friday evening, July 31. Last month we saw "Unknown" -- illustrating the 1st tenet of the Zen Peacemakers, Not Knowing. This time we will see the Academy Award-winning German film -- "The Lives of Others" to illustrate the 2nd tenet, Bearing Witness. Potluck dessert at 6:30pm; showtime at 7:15 pm, in the Montague Farm Zendo downstairs dining hall area. 177 Ripley Road off Chestnut Hill in Montague. All are welcome. For more info contact-- John Genyo Sprague
at 413-259-1304

 
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annfisk - Thu, Apr 16, 2009, 10:12 A
Country Breakfast Buffet
Relay for Life Benefit for "Bob's Hope" Team
All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet
Saturday, April 18 8 -10 am
Montague Congregational Church
Scrambled Eggs (made fresh) French Toast, Ham,
Hash Browns, Assorted Breads, Fresh Fruit, Juices
Just walk in and enjoy.
Adults $8.00 Children $4.00
 
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clegg - Wed, Feb 25, 2009, 3:59 P
Chili Cook-off - Still openings for cooks
Chili Cookoff-
Saturday Feb 28, 2009, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Friends of Gill are sponsoring a "chili cook-off" at the Gill Congregational Church in the Center of Gill on Saturday, Feb 28th, starting at 6:00 pm.
Come to taste some of the best chili Gill and maybe even be a judge. We, The Friends, are looking for Gill residents who would like to enter this contest. If you are interested please call Bill Burnham at 413-863-2970.
The chili tasting is open to the public and there is only a $5.00 admission
 
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annfisk - Fri, Dec 12, 2008, 9:07 P
Italian Supper
Montague Congregational Church
Saturday, December 13 5:30
Minestrone Soup (Vegetarian)
Spaghetti/Sauce/Meatballs/Sausage (All served on the side so you can
choose what you want)
Salad, Bread, Dessert
Adults $9.00 Children $4.00
Reservations: 774-7256 or just Walk In or call for Take Outs
Remember meal is served family style/all you can eat/no tax/no tip
 
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annfisk - Wed, Dec 3, 2008, 9:31 P
Community Carol Sing
Sunday, December 7 6:00 pm
Please join us for a community carol sing.
Front lawn Montague Congregational Church.
A warming fire, cocoa and cookies will help put us in a holiday mood.
Dress warm, bring flashlights and no need to sing harmony.
We sing everything from Silent Night to Frosty, so name your
holiday favorites.
 
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annfisk - Sun, Nov 30, 2008, 8:04 P
Walking the Labyrinth in Advent
Sunday, December 7th 12 pm - 2 pm
A Labyrinth Workshop will be held at the Montague Grange.
This is sponsored by the Montague Congregational Church and led by Chaplain Ute Schmidt from Baystate Health Systems.
We invite you to explore the history of the labyrinth and experience the walk.
The canvass will be yours to explore. It can be a relaxing,meditative, peaceful
and healing walk. Or it just be a fun experience. Please call Dianne at
978-544-8430 to register. There is no fee, but donations toward Grange rental
gladly accepted.
 
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annfisk - Sun, Nov 30, 2008, 7:43 P
Raising Awareness to Global Warming
Sunday, December 7th
Montague Congregational Church
350 Bells will ring out to signal our desire to begin real steps
toward solving the global warming crisis.
350 parts per million is the amount of carbon in the atmosphere that is
sustainable on a long term basis. Currently our atmosphere holds 385 ppm
and we are headed toward 450.
The bells will be rung at the conclusion of the 10 am service, approximately 11:05.
 
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annfisk - Mon, Nov 3, 2008, 8:42 P
Roast Pork Supper
Montague Congregational Church
Saturday, November 8 5:30 pm
Meal is served family style.
Menu: Roast Pork, Gravy, Spiced Apples, Baked Acron squash,
Red Roasted Potatoes, Homemade Bread and Pumpkin Pie.
Adults $9.00 Children under age 10 $10
Reservations: 774-7256
Call for take outs, we seat walk ins as space allows.
 
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annfisk - Thu, Oct 16, 2008, 3:51 P
Harvest Supper
Montague Congregational Church
Saturday, October 18 5:30 pm
Baked Stuffed Chicken Breast, Gravy, Rice,
Squash, Coleslaw, Cranberry Sauce, Homemade Bread,
Beverage, Apple Knobby Cake
Adults $9.00 Children $4.00
Reservations: 774-7256 Call for Take out
Walk-ins are seated as space allows.
The meal is served family style.
 
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annfisk - Fri, Sep 12, 2008, 2:09 P
Auction and Tag Sale
Auction and Giant Indoor Tag Sale
Montague Congregational Church
Saturday - Tomorrow Sept 13

Tag Sale starts at 8:30 There is a hall full of items already to go

Preview the auction, the bidding war begins at 10 am

We have lots of furniture: tables/chairs/bureaus/beds/desk/patio furniture
Snowblower has electric start and service tag still on it
Andy Peura has donated native pine boards
Brand new, still in the box DVD player and a whole lot more
Come check it out
 
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