Author to Speak at Ricker Library

John Ford kept a diary over the twenty years he was a member of

the Maine Warden Service. “I’ve enjoyed my front row seat to life”,

he writes, “I got to see the very best of my neighbors and, at times,

the very worst. That diary became the basis for his recently released

book, Suddenly the Cider Didn’t Taste So Good, The Adventures of a Game

Warden in Maine. Ford will share stories from the book with a Person

to Person audience in Poland.

Person to Person is a monthly series of potluck/programs planned to

provide opportunity for neighbors and friends to enjoy a meal, some

socializing, and a program together. It is sponsored by Friends of

Ricker Library. The September Person to Person will be held in the

Poland Library’s Community Room on Sunday, September 9, from

5:30 to 7:30pm. The evening will begin with a potluck supper and

conversation hour, followed at 6:30, by John Ford’s talk about his

adventures on the job.

Everyone is invited. There is no charge, but supper guests are asked

to bring a casserole, salad or dessert for the potluck meal.

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