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Nomination Papers are available at the Town Office for the following 3-year term positions:

  • 1 on the Board of Selectmen
  • 3 on the Budget/Finance Committee
  • 1 on the RSU #14 School Board

Nomination Papers must be returned to the Town Clerk by 7pm on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.

Nomination Papers Information

The Town of Raymond has closed its town maintained roads to vehicles weighing in excess of 23,000 pounds as of Monday, March 16, 2015, until May 31, 2015.  29-A M.R.S.A. § 2395

Routes 85, 121, 302 and the Egypt Road will be exempt from this closure because they are State maintained roads.

List of Town Maintained Roads

 

Please contact the Public Works Director at 207-653-3641 with any questions. 

 

Please be take note of the following changes to the Holiday Trash Pick Up Schedule:

  • New Years - Thursday, January 1st
  • Collection will be on the following Thursday, January 8th

There will now be no interruption in trash service for the New Year. Please put both recycling and trash out for pick per the usual Thursday pick up schedule.

We apologize for any confusion. 

For questions or concerns, please contact Nathan White at 207-653-3641. 

All nonemergency municipal offices will be closed on the below schedule regarding observance of the following holidays:

New Years:

  • Closing at Noon on Wednesday, December 31st
  • Closed on Thursday, January 1st

 

We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable holiday season. Please take advantage of the online renewal services

Thank you,

 

Raymond Management and Staff

PLEASE SEE RSU WITHDRAWAL COMMITTEE PAGE FOR 
UPDATED INFORMATION

 

  • On September 2, 2014, the Board of Selectmen voted to include a referendum question on the November 4, 2014 ballot in response to a petition started this past January with 352 valid signatures (9/3/2014) in accordance with Title 20 MRSA §1466.
  • On November 4, 2014, the referundum question regarding whether to withdraw from the RSU passed (SEE RESULTS). The Board of Selectmen will reviewing the materials required for Step 5 (see below). 

The question would need to read:

Do you favor filing a petition for withdrawal with the board of directors of regional school unit RSU14 and with the Commissioner of Education, authorizing the withdrawal committee to expend $25,000 and authorizing the Raymond Board of Selectmen to issue notes in the name of the Town of Raymond or otherwise pledge the credit of the Town of Raymond in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for this purpose?”

Yes No

A Public Hearing was held on October 14, 2014 at 7:00 pm.  To view the answers to the citizen questions Click Here.

Click to view INFORMATIONAL BROCHURE

For more information, please contact Town Manager Don Willard at 207-655-4742 x 131 or 207-650-9001.

News Articles:

October 12, 2014 Public Hearing:

For an outline of the process click HERE for a PDF (Updated 11/24/14)

Thank you to all who submitted responses to the 2014 Community Survey. Tentatively, results will be presented at the January Board of Selectmen's meeting. 

 

 

 

The Town of Raymond is also seeking a volunteer group of 9-15 concerned Raymond citizens to work on the RSU Withdrawal Study Subcommittee. This group will be the driving force in the investigation process and supporting the Withdrawal Committee as it proceeds forward with the RSU Withdrawal Process. Any and all are encouraged to to participate and background in accounting, school administration, and budgets are a plus.

 

Application can be found HERE or picked up at the Town Office during normal business hours.

 

Please return completed forms to:

Sue Look, Town Clerk

Town of Raymond

401 Webbs Mills Road

Raymond, Maine 04071

The bus service operates five days a week serving the Rte. 302 corridor from Naples to Portland.  The list of bus stops, a map and schedule are below.  Bus service will be provided in two shifts,  from 6:00 a.m. to 11:45 and 3:00 p.m. to 8:20 p.m.  RTP will be using a 22 passenger diesel-hybrid bus for the route.  The bus provides wheel chair accessibility and has a bike rack.  See RTP website for additional current information, including updated schedules, fares, and stops.

                
          

(Click to browse brochure for fares and route information)

(PDF Version Available HERE)

 

(Information as of 09-23-14)

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The Town of Raymond is seeking one member to serve on the Planning Board, which meets the second Wednesday of the month as needed.

As well as an alternate to serve on the Zoning Board of Appeals, which meets on the last Monday of the month as needed.

Please contact Sue Look, Town Clerk, at 655-4742 x 121 for more information or to apply.

Citizens seeking to burn brush, wood debris or agricultural fields now have the option to obtain their open burning permits electronically. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Bureau of Forestry announced that it has expanded the online burn permit system statewide. Traditional hand-written burn permits are still available, but the online system allows permits to be acquired 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing that the fire danger is not high.
 

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EASTER CANTATA
Sunday, April 12th at 10:00 A.M.
 Raymond Village Community Church
UCC, 27 Main Street (Rte. 121 just north of Rte. 302)
Raymond Village

All are invited to an Easter Cantata entitled "Out of the Shadows" performed by the Raymond VIllage Community Church Senior Choir under the direction of Karen Strange. "Out of the Shadows" by John Purifoy tells through choral music and dramatic readings of the stirring events of Holy Week culminating in the jubilant celebration of the Risen Christ. This beautiful choral piece will take us from the agony and the story's darkest shadows to the excitement of Easter morning and the empty tomb. This is an inspirational presentation and musical offering not to be missed!

FMI on the Easter Cantata, "Out of the Shadows", contact the Church Office at 655-7749.

RVCC: Small Church, Big Heart!

Raymond Village Community Church is a United Church of Christ congregation.  It is a diverse faith community embracing tolerance, committed to missions and outreach, and welcoming all people no matter where they are on their faith journey.  For more information about RVCC, contact Rev. Nancy Foran, Pastor, at 655-7749 or revnancy@rvccme.org

Raymond is sponsoring its first FREE Energy Workshop for Businesses led by GPCOG! This will give companies of all sizes an opportunity to learn about all of the programs, initiatives and options are available for energy and cost savings.

The event will be held on Tuesday, April 28th at 8:00am to 11:30am at the Raymond Broadcast Studio (423 Webbs Mills Road). Click HERE for the flier (PDF), which includes itinerary and a list of speakers/topics as well as a link to RSVP. This event is FREE and open to businesses from all communities so please share this information with anyone who may be interested.

FMI feel free to contact Danielle at 207-655-4742 x 133. 

The Regional Transportation Program (RTP) is seeking information on the Lakes Region Bus service by administering a community survey. I took the survey and it only took 3 minutes - honest!

 

The intent is to gauge community interest in the Lakes Region Bus service, and help inform decision makers in the Lakes Region communities. (The next few months are a critical time for the bus as the Regional Transportation Program (RTP) is seeking local match – without it the service will likely not continue past June 30th).

 

If you live in Portland, Westbrook, Windham, Raymond, Casco, Naples, or Bridgton, it would be great if you could take a moment to fill it out. Also, please feel free to distribute to as many of your contacts as you see fit!   

 

Here’s the link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GXFB3G6

 

GOOD FRIDAY VIGIL - Friday, April 3rd, 12 noon - 3:00 P.M., Raymond Village Community Church - UCC, 27 Main Street (Rte. 121 just north of Rte. 302), Raymond Village

All are invited to stop by to meditate, pray, or just sit quietly at a vigil in the sanctuary from noon to 3:00 P.M. Tradition has it that these are the hours that Jesus hung on the cross before he died. A Prayer Banner will be there if you wish guidance in your prayers. There will also be contemplative music and devotional materials. People are encouraged to come for as short or long a time as they wish.

FMI on the Vigil, contact the Church Office at 655-7749.

RVCC: Small Church, Big Heart!

Raymond Village Community Church is a United Church of Christ congregation. It is a diverse faith community embracing tolerance, committed to missions and outreach, and welcoming all people no matter where they are on their faith journey. For more information about RVCC, contact Rev. Nancy Foran, Pastor, at 655-7749 or revnancy@rvccme.org

For second time Raymond has been assigned the Standard & Poor's AAA rating.  Please click on the below links to see details:

Press Release     Ratings Letter     Standard & Poor's Report     List of Towns

Saturday, March 28, 2015
8:00 a.m.

RAYMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYM

Agenda

At a Glance

  • Thursday, April 2 – Third in the “Let’s talk about it Series”, 1:30 to 3:00pm, Casco Public Library
  • Monday, April 6 – Board Meeting, 6:00pm, at the library
  • Wednesday, April 8 – Maine Author, Russell Warnburg, 6:30 at the library
  • Sunday, April 12 – Game Day, 1pm to 3pm at the library
  • Thursday, April 16 – Last in the “Let’s talk about it Series, 1:30 to 3:00pm, Casco Public Library
  • Monday, April 20 – April vacation Science Event, 10:30am at the Public Safety Building
  • Sunday, April 26 – Basket Weaving Program, 1 to 4pm at the library
  • Sunday, April 26 – Knit or Crochet a Scarf for Breast Cancer, 1pm to 3pm, at the library
  • Thursday, April 30 – Book Group, 7pm at the library

Let’s Talk About It Series 

This afternoon book discussion group led by Jean Pottle, continues to read and talk about mysteries that fit into the genre of Refreshing the Whodunit: Moving beyond Christie and Doyle. This series is sponsored by Maine Humanities Council. It is held at the Casco Public Library on Thursday, April 2 and April 16, beginning at 1:30 till 3:00pm. All readers are welcome. The book title for April 2 is The Skull Mantra by Eliot Pattison. The book for April 16 is Dance Hall of the Dead by Tony HIllerman. These books may be borrowed from either the Raymond Village Library or the Casco Public Library. For more information, please call the Raymond Village Library at 655-4283.

Maine Author Series 

Russell Warnburg, author and third speaker in our Maine Author Series will be at the Raymond Village Library on Wednesday April 8, at 6:30pm. Mr. Warnberg, who resides in Windham, Maine will be speaking about his book, The Chalk Line Killer. The story revolves around Detective Sullivan and his team in Maine, who join forces with Detective Tweed and his team in Minnesota, when murders begin happening in both states with the same MO. Each murder victim has a chalk line drawn around their lifeless body. The chalk lines appear messy until Sullivan realizes they are messages.  Russell will also be speaking about how he got the ideas for his book, which is the second in a series. This free event is open to the public, but because of limited space we ask those planning to attend, to register by calling the library at 655-4283 or email sally.holt@raymondvillagelibrary.org to reserve your seat.

Game Day

Our next game day will be held on Sunday, April 12 beginning at 1:00pm. We invite all students age 8 and older to join the fun. There are lots of games to choose from and always a pizza snack. Come and bring friends or a special game. 

Third Annual Science Event

This interesting and fun time will take place on Monday, April 20 at the Raymond Public Safety Building beginning at 10:30am. We are so excited to have a presentation by Wildlife Encounters of some of their animals. This is a family owned business that teaches about animal habitats, safety and how people can save species from being endangered or extinct. They will feature a wide variety of non-releasable wildlife.  Some will be interactive so the children will have a chance to touch and get close to certain animals. This is a community event for all ages. Be sure to mark the time and place on your calendars. This special event is sponsored by the Raymond PTO and  Engineered Construction Services.

Basket Weaving Program

Looking for something new to do? Here is a fun possibility. On Sunday, April 26, from 1-4pm Ida Atkinson will be teaching a basket weaving course at the library. This is just in time for a May Basket or Mother’s Day. The colorful space- dyed reed sets the tone for your pocket basket. Weave this up with ¼” flat reed in continuous method to form a subtle lightening bolt on the front side of the basket. It is finished with a seagrass handle and double lashing. If this all sounds difficult to you, remember this is a class with an instructor to show how it is done. The finished project will be approximately 5.5” X 7”. All the materials to make the basket will be provided, but each participant is asked to bring some tools with them. Each person will need to bring a bucket, scissors, old towel, awl, clothespins, pencil, measuring tape and packing tool, if you have one. Since the number of students is limited, please stop in or call the library at 655-4283 to register before April 13. The cost for the class is $26.00 per student.

Knit or Crochet a Scarf for Breast Cancer

On Sunday, April 26, from 1 to 3pm, you are invited to join us at the library to knit or crochet a scarf to donate for breast cancer. Come and enjoy the company of others in this worthy group effort. If you wish, you may bring a favorite pattern to share.  We have pink yarn and some knitting needles and crochet hooks or you may bring your own.

Book Group

This reading group will meet at the library on Thursday, April 30 at 7:00pm to discuss the book, God’s Hotel, by Victoria Sweet. Dr. Sweet writes about the 20 years she spent practicing medicine at San Francisco’s old Laguna Honda Hospital, a giant chronic care facility for the city’s destitute and ill, where patients could live for months, years, as long as it took. The old Laguna Honda was a sole survivor and known as the last almshouse in America. We invite all interested readers to join us for a lively discussion of this unique story. The book is available upon request at the Raymond Village Library.

Pass to the Children’s Museum and Theater of Maine

Thanks to a generous donation from one of the Raymond Village Library’s trustees, a pass to the Children’s Museum and Theater of Maine is now available for library patron’s use. Please check at the library for more information.

Raymond Garden Tour

The calendar says it’s Spring, the snow is really melting and the seed and gardening catalogues are arriving daily. All these things have us looking forward to warm sunny days filled with the perfume and beauty of our flower gardens. If you are an avid gardener, or just love flowers and gardens, then you will want to attend the Raymond Garden Tour and visit some of the loveliest gardens in the area. This tour will begin at the Raymond Village Library, 3 Meadow Road on Saturday, June 27 at 9:00am and will go until 3:00pm. It will showcase 8 varied gardens and a Raymond Historic area. The Raymond Garden Tour will benefit the Raymond Village Library.     

Passion Sunday with Palms Service - Sunday, March 29th, 10:00 A.M., Raymond Village Community Church - UCC (RVCC), 27 Main Street (Rte. 121 just north of Rte. 302), Raymond Village

Come and experience the drama of Jesus’ last week.  So much happened between the time that he entered the Holy City of Jerusalem on a donkey as the crowds waved their palm branches and his death on a cross only a few days later.  Through haunting and beautiful songs, silent and spoken prayers, dramatic readings, and short visual presentations we will re-live those final days, culminating with the raising of the cross.

We will begin worship in the Vestry and (weather permitting) process into the sanctuary with our live palm branches from the outside, so come early and enjoy a hot cross bun!

FMI on Passion Sunday with Palms, contact the Church Office at 655-7749.

RVCC: Small Church, Big Heart!

Raymond Village Community Church is a United Church of Christ congregation.  It is a diverse faith community embracing tolerance, committed to missions and outreach, and welcoming all people no matter where they are on their faith journey.  For more information about RVCC, contact Rev. Nancy Foran, Pastor, at 655-7749 or revnancy@rvccme.org

Seder Meal and Tenebrae Service - Thursday, April 2nd, 5:30P.M., Raymond Village Community Church - UCC, 27 Main Street (Rte. 121 just north of Rte. 302), Raymond Village

All are invited to a soup and bread supper on Maundy Thursday (April 2nd) at 5:30 P.M.  followed by a Passover (Seder) meal at 6:15. Try the foods that Jesus shared with his disciples at the Last Supper.  At the end of the meal, we will have communion, in much the same way that Jesus first presented it to his followers.  This is a marvelous family event that will help make the Easter story more meaningful to children and youth.

At  7:00 P.M., there will be a Candlelight Tenebrae service in the sanctuary with our Senior Choir and a small group from the Very Occasional Men's Choir.  “Tenebrae” means “shadows”, and this moving service will take us through the arrest, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus.  The sanctuary becomes darker as the story progresses, and the candles are slowly extinguished.

All of these Maundy Thursday events are separate, come for one part or the whole evening.

FMI on the Seder Meal and Tenebrae Service, contact the Church Office at 655-7749.

RVCC: Small Church, Big Heart!

Raymond Village Community Church is a United Church of Christ congregation.  It is a diverse faith community embracing tolerance, committed to missions and outreach, and welcoming all people no matter where they are on their faith journey.  For more information about RVCC, contact Rev. Nancy Foran, Pastor, at 655-7749 or revnancy@rvccme.org

The RSU#14 Cost Sharing Formula has expired and the RSU#14 Board of Directors have presented Option #2 for consideration and vote on the following schedule:

The vote by both Windham and Raymond residents will be on March 25, 2015 at Windham High School Auditorium. The meeting will begin at 5:30pm and the vote will be at 6:00pm by a show of hands. Please come early to allow for time to be checked in as a registered voter. Below is information regarding the notice and formula:

 

 

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Calling all Raymond crafters, businesses and volunteers! The Town of Raymond and Raymond Revitalization Committee needs your help for the first annual Raymond 4th of July Celebration! 

There will be a kick off meeting on Friday, March 13th at 6:00pm at the Raymond Public Safety Building at 1443 Roosevelt Trail, Raymond to discuss ideas, activities and fundraising. If you can't make it, feel free to contact RRC Chair Carrie Colby at 232-5497 or Danielle Loring at 655-4742 x 133 for more information or to join the distribution list. 

Hope to see you there!

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 Maine Sheriff’s Association (MSA) has agreed to continue the statewide drug take-back program and continue where DEA left off. The next collection event is scheduled for Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 10:00am – 2:00pm. The theme of this Spring’s event will be Earth Day which is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environment protection.  During the nine previous drug take –back collections, a total of 152,720 pounds of old, expired and unused medication were collected and destroyed through incineration. These materials were not flushed and never had the opportunity to enter the drinking water stream. The continued success of  statewide drug take-back events drives why this program is so important to the preservation of Maine’s Environment.

 

The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) completed their Study of Air Emissions from Burning Pharmaceutical Waste and the findings support a sustainable in-state drug-disposal program for municipal household waste (old, expired and unwanted medications). Special thanks goes out to DEP Laboratory & Quality Assurance Section Chief Daniel Twomey who led this study…..thanks Dan.  I’m proud to state that this study provided the final link necessary to establish a financially viable, in-state drug disposal solution for continued drug-back events.

 

NEW PROTOCOLS

The Sheriff’s in your respective county will become the point of contact for this program (refer to attachment). Police Chiefs in each county should contact their Sheriff to coordinate the event and to provide them with their point of contact information and the location(s) to be used as collection sites. The MSA will coordinate the purchase of cardboard collection boxes and plastic liners for distribution to each participating agency. A poster is in the development stages and will be distributed upon completion. The post-collection operational plan will be coordinated by each Sheriff and is anticipated to mirror the plan used by DEA over the past few years.

 

INSIDE MAINE’s MEDICINE CABINET

Attached you will find a fantastic written product published last month in the American Journal of Public Health. It provide an in-depth view into Maine’s Medicine Cabinet. Special thanks goes out to Dr. Heather Stewart who was the person coordinating this effort all while she pursued her doctorate degree at the University of New England – School of Pharmacy. 



Kidde, manufacturer of disposable home fire extinguishers, has issued a recall on 31 models of extinguishers.   The recall includes models with manufacture dates of July 23, 2013 through October 15, 2015.  The defective models have been sold at Walmart, Mardens, Home Depot and other department and hardware stores.  The defective issue is with the black plastic valve on the top of the extinguisher.  The faulty valve assembly can cause the extinguisher not to discharge properly when used.  See the official recall notice from Kidde for more information including model numbers and photos of the extinguisher types included in the recall.
If you have purchased an extinguisher that is listed in the recall, please contact Kidde toll-free at (855) 283-7991 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at www.kidde.com and click on Safety Notice for more information.
If you have any questions contact the Fire Prevention Office at 655-1187.

Respectfully,
Lt. David Mains
Raymond Fire Inspector 

At a Glance

  • Thursday, March 5 – “Let’s Talk About It Series”, 1:30 to 3:00pm, at the Casco Public Library
  • Friday, March 6 – Dr. Seuss Night, 6:30pm at the Raymond Elementary School
  • Sunday, March 8 – Game Day from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the Raymond Village Library
  • Wednesday, March 11 – Frank O. Smith, Maine Author at 6:30pm at the Raymond Village Library
  • Thursday, March 19 – Second in “Let’s Talk About It Series”, 1:30 to 3:00pm, at the Casco Public Library
  • Wednesday, March 25 – Jim Baumer, Maine Author at 6:30pm at the Raymond Village Library
  • Thursday, March 26 – Book Group, at 7:00pm at the Raymond Village Library

Let’s Talk About It Series

Looking for a good mystery, discussion and the company of fellow mystery lovers? The place to be is the Casco Public Library on Thursday afternoons on the dates below from 1:30 to 3:00pm.

Casco Public Library and Raymond Village Library have partnered to present Refreshing the Whodunit: Moving Beyond Christie and Doyle. This program is a “Let’s Talk About It Series”, sponsored by Maine Humanities Council, with discussions led by Jean Pottle.

According to Maine Humanities, “This Let’s Talk About It Series” provides new and experienced mystery and detective fans with an opportunity for in depth conversation about how this genre has incorporated the contemporary world’s globalism; dilemmas of race, gender, ethnicity and class; religious conflict; historical revision; and others.”

Titles to be discussed are available from Casco Public Library or Raymond Village Library. For more information call the Raymond Village Library at 655-4283 or the Casco Public Library at 617-4541.

March 5th: The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Laurie King

March 19th A Cold Day for Murder by Dana Stabenow

April 2nd The Skull Mantra by Eliot Pattison

April 16th Dance Hall of the Dead by Tony Hillerman

Dr. Seuss Night

Each year in celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, the Raymond Village Library hosts a party at the Raymond Elementary School gym. It includes games, puzzles, crafts, storytelling, prizes and exciting fun for everyone. There is no age limit, the evening is planned as a family event including special toddler activities. It all begins at 6:30, so plan a family night out and mark your calendars to join in the fun.

Game Day

The next game day will be Sunday, March 8, from 1 to 3pm. All students age 8 and older are invited to join the fun. Lots of games and a pizza snack. For more information call the library at 655-4283.

Maine Author Series

On Wednesday, March 11, the Raymond Village Library will begin the Maine Author Series, consisting of four different programs. Frank O. Smith, the first speaker, will be reading from his new novel, Dream Singer, which was a finalist for the Bellwether Prize, created by best-selling novelist Barbara Kingsolver, “in support of a literature of social change”. Smith, who teaches writing at the Maine College of Art, will also share the five critical elements of successful storycraft. The program will begin at 6:30pm. There is no charge but because of limited space, we ask those planning to attend to register by calling the library at 655-4283 or email sally.holt@raymondvillagelibrary.org to reserve your place.

Jim Baumer, author, and second speaker in our Maine Author Series will be at the Raymond Village Library on Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30pm. Mr. Baumer has written about baseball, Moxie, and now with his new book of essays, The Perfect Number: Essays and Stories Vol 1, Baumer utilizes his experiences and conveys aspects of Maine’s unique way of life. He will be reflecting on Maine’s changing economy and the death of small towns and discussing John Gould one of Maine’s most notable writers. Please pre-register by calling the library at 655-4283 or email sally.holt@raymondvillagelibrary.org to reserve your place.

Book Group

The chosen book for March is Two Old Women, by Velma Wallis. This story is based on an Athabascan Indian legend passed from mother to daughter through traditional storytelling. It is the suspenseful and inspirational tale of two old women abandoned by their tribe during a brutal winter famine. The story shares a timeless message which speaks straight to the heart. This group will meet on Thursday, March 26 at 7:00pm at the library. We welcome any and all interested readers. For more information call the library at 655-4283.

The 2014 Annual Reports are available in hardcopy in the Town Office and also HERE.

ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE
Wednesday, FEBRUARY 18th, 7:00pm
Raymond Village Community Church - UCC (RVCC)
27 Main Street (Rte. 121 just north of Rte. 302)
Raymond Village

Everyone is invited to a unique Ash Wednesday service patterned after services at the 900 year-old Abbey Church of the Iona Community in Scotland. The service will consist of readings and songs done in procession around the Church sanctuary. Ashes will be distributed and Communion will be served. The Senior Choir will be singing. There will be no sermon or collection.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE, contact the Church Office at 655-7749.

RVCC: Small Church, Big Heart!
Raymond Village Community Church is a United Church of Christ congregation.  It is a diverse faith community embracing tolerance, committed to missions and outreach, and welcoming all people no matter where they are on their faith journey.  For more information about RVCC, contact Rev. Nancy Foran, Pastor, at 655-7749 or revnancy@rvccme.org

This Week at a Glance...

April 8, 2015
RSU#14 Board of Directors' Special Meeting
6:30pm @ RES Gym

Planning Board Meeting
7:00pm @ Raymond Broadcast Studio

April 13, 2015
Budget Finance Committee Meeting
6:30pm @ Raymond Broadcast Studio

April 16, 2015
RSU Withdrawal Committee Meeting
6:30pm at Raymond Broadcast Studio
(Not recorded)

April 18, 2015
Zoning Board of Appeals Site Walk
9:00am @ 1329 Roosevelt Trail

April 27, 2015
Zoning Board of Appeals Public Hearing
7:00pm @ Raymond Broadcast Studio

April 28, 2015
RSU Withdrawal Committee Public Hearing
6:30pm @ RES Gym

See Calendar for more event listings.

All meetings held at Raymond Studio are broadcast live and replayed on TWC channels 2 (government) or 3 (school) and available on under video archives for instant viewing as well as LIVE Streaming

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