Silverton Sporting Ranch
Silverton Sporting Ranch also has a Foods line that has grown from serving customers at the lodge. The sauces are now available in several states and growing. Remember that smoked chicken your group had and all the sauces you tried? Or maybe it’s the pulled pork with Cherry Habanero that you remember. Get yours today!
Margaret Chase Smith Library
Holiday Cards Sent to Margaret Chase Smith on Display
Cards, personal notes and letters from the nation’s leaders poured into the mail box at U.S. Sen. Margaret Chase Smith’s home in Skowhegan every year beginning in November and stretching all the way through New Year’s Day. Thousands of cards, every year. Read the article here.
Dog Not Gone
Need some Blaze orange for you or your dog? Stop by Dog Not Gone Outlet at 40 Dane Avenue and check out our factory prices our gear for pet & people. On top of the great deals at the store, customers get 25% off already discounted prices. Hours of Operation are Mon-Thursday, 9-3:00. Find more here.
Skowhegan Nursery School
Help the Skowhegan Nursery School ~ Preschool build a garden! Every year the school assists in the development of children in and around the Skowhegan community. They feel that creating a garden will be a great hands-on tool for children to learn the steps of building a garden and to make good choices about healthy eating. The children will be able to sample and eat foods that they grow themselves. If you are interested in helping the nursery school children get a garden, please click here.
KSW Federal Credit Union
Attention all roadrunner email users! Some of you have noticed that you are having a tough time getting you emails from KSW lately. The reason for this is that when Spectrum merged with Time Warner the security changed. Now when you need a one time pin for your mobile banking we cannot get it there. Spectrum automatically kicks it back out. Thank being said you can update your email address right online through the KSW@Home site. We recommend either a gmail or yahoo address. If you have any questions please contact your local branch for additional help. Stay up to date here.
Franklin-Somerset Federal Credit Union’s humble beginnings began as Bass Shoe Federal Credit Union with 8 members – six women and two men, each with a share of $5.00, on August 6, 1962. Since then, our charter has changed a bit and our field of membership grown. In the seventies, Bass Shoe Federal Credit Union became Wilton Community, then Franklin County Federal Credit Union. The eighties saw Bennett Importing FCU and Mt. Blue FCU merging with Franklin County Federal Credit Union, and a new branch built in Kingfield. Skowhegan Community FCU merged with Franklin County in 2000, and Madison-Anson followed in 2002, for our present day field of membership to include all of Franklin and Somerset Counties, and our current branch locations in Farmington, Kingfield, Skowhegan and Madison. We now have over 10,400 members in our credit union family!