Tompkins wins Easton Junior Exhibition

14 years ago



wins Easton Junior Exhibition


by Debbie Smith

The Easton Junior Class of 2012 once again performed their Junior Ex speeches. The speakers for the night were: Meghan Frank, with “ Purple, Green and Yellow;” Jolene Geurrette, “Scribbler of Dreams;” Jessica Bennett, “The Little Match Girl;” Holden Turner, “Rudolph the Nasally Empowered Reindeer;” Samantha Buck, “Something Good;” Abigail Poole, “Baseball Ballerina;” Ariana Babineau, “The Velveteen Rabbit;” Cody Tompkins, “The Twelve Labors of Hercules;” and Jonah Bacon, with “Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death.”

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TAKING TOP HONORS — Pictured here are the winners of the Easton Junior Exhibit speeches. From left are: Jonah Bacon, second place; Ariana Babineau, fourth place; Abigail Poole, third place; and Cody Tompkins, the winner.


The class marshals were Ariana Babineau and Maghan Frank. The Ushers for the evening were Harvey Brown and Logan Sutherland. The usherettes were Mindy Desmond and Carla Halvorson. The ticket sellers for the evening were Jared Hafford and Kennedy Young.

Everyone did a great job on their speeches. I am glad I was not a judge. First place went to Cody Tompkins, Second place was Jonah Bacon, third place was Abigail Poole and fourth place went to Ariana Babineau.

Photos courtesy of Debbie Smith

THE CLASS OF 2012 pose for a picture just before their Junior Exhibit. In the front row, from left are: Breanne Gray, Jolene Guerette, Jessica Lawrence, Samantha Buck, Mikaela Hathaway, Amanda Dayringer, Danielle Dudley, Meghan Frank and Reid Clark. Second row: Codie Stewart, Jonah Bacon, Jessica Bennett, Taylor Nightingale, Abigail Poole, Ariana Babineau and Sarah Plourde. Back row: Holden Turner, Cody Tompkins and Nicholas Monroe.



MEGHAN FRANK of the Easton Junior Class was one of the class marshals for the Junior Exhibit.



ABIGAIL POOLE marches in during this year’s Junior Exhibit at Easton High School.



On Dec. 1, Elaine White, Corey Darr, Kevin Ireland and Ella Ehrmann all have a birthday.

On Dec. 2, Kenneth Desmond, Susan Brock, Tanner Casey Smith, Mark Pelletier and Vinay Mullen will all be another year older.

Delores Jordan, Deborah Willis, Stephen Pangburn and Renee Browning will all be celebrating their birthdays on Dec. 3.

On Dec. 4, Elise Allen, Taylor Brown, Eric Rauen, Robert Belle-Isle and Liam Woodworth all have a birthday.

Birthday celebrations for Richard Green, Andrea Perkins, Illia Horton, Rickie J. Hull, Vera Alexander and Elizabeth Kretschmer will be on Dec. 5.

Sara Marquis and Eric Condon have a birthday on Dec. 7.

Blessings to you all on your birthday.


Photo courtesy of Jason Parent

EASTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL recently received more than 20 new books thanks to a literacy project sponsored by the Presque Isle Rotary Club. Pictured at a recent Rotary meeting where the books were presented were, from left: Presque Isle Rotarian Brian Flewelling, Easton School Superintendent and Presque Isle Rotarian Frank Keenan, students Jake Flewelling and Katelyn White, Easton Schools Library Technician Mickey Young, and Presque Isle Rotarians Darrell White and Lehrle Kieffer.

Science Center

The Francis Malcolm Science Center once again invites everyone to the popular wreath-making workshops. Center officials provide the materials needed to create unique and personalized wreaths ($10), centerpieces ($8 for one candle and $10 for three candles), swags ($5), or children’s dishes ($3).

New this year, participants can create an arrangement on an old-fashion wooden snowshoe ($35) or in a basket (extra $2). Reservations are required and can be made by calling 488-5451, or e-mailing Organizers will need to know how many are attending and which items each person will be making. Public workshops will be held on Friday, Dec. 3, 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 4, 9-10:30 a.m.

Christmas program

The Easton Wesleyan Church will be putting on the Christmas program entitled, “Christmas Eve at Mountain Creek Train Station.” This will be on Sunday, Dec. 19, at 10:45 a.m. Hope to see you all there.


Debbie Smith is the correspondent for Easton. She can be reached by e-mail at or call 488-5530.