Uncle Henry's publishes weekly classified ads from buyers and sellers. They have well over 50 categories to place ads in. You can find them on the counters of stores and newsstands all over the New England states. You can find things from new to used. They will have the phone number in the ad so you just place the call and make arrangements to sell or view the item of your choice. I have good success placing ads to sell items over the years.
They have a hard working crew who are able to do all most any kind of construction job. What impresses me the most is that they are vey safety concious when it comes to their employees or others who work around or with them. If the job is to dangerous they will pull their crew off the job until it is safe for them return.
Craftsmen from all over the state put their goods in this shop to sell. You can find high quality crafts, such as embrodied sweatshirts, wood products, dolls, candles, stationary, ceramics, pottery and any other craft that you can think of. They are great to use in your home or to give to others who might enjoy it. I always have a hard time deciding what to get since there is so many things I myself would like to have. They always have the place filled with lovely Maine made products.
The Kennebec Journal is a daily newspaper that is published 7 days a week. If you are looking for where to eat, current events, jobs, buying or selling items you will find them in here. You can find out information on what is going on in your town and in the world. If they write an article that is giving information that is incorrect they will correct it immediately in the next editon. They write responsibly which is why I read their paper.
This place you can try to get credit after filling out a application form if they accept you then you are able to pay your bill over time online if you choose. They also offer three different service plans that all include a tune-up for your system annually. :You might pay a few cents more for your fuel but the customer service is excellent.
You can find many locations to use the ATM in the surrounding towns when the place is not opened for business. I have been doing business with them for over five years now. I haven't once found any problems other than that I get charged a fee for everytime I use my debit card when making purchases at businesses other than their ATM machine.
If you want your child to have proper instructions this is the place to take your child. There is two instructors on site for each class. The classes last an hour long and you pay a month in advance. The classes start at the beginning of the school year until near the end at which time they put on a really put together recital for those who purchase a ticket to their show.
Here they have books, magazines, maps, comic books, and knick knacks. You can browse around at your leisure in a quiet environment while deciding what you would like to buy. They keep the place well stocked up books of every kind of you can imagine. If you can't find what your looking for they can find out by going on their computer to see if they can get it for you. I always enjoy browsing and usually end up making a purchase while there.
I got my house in about 90 days from the time I went to Era Wbb. The associate took me only out on 4 different days to look a houses I might be interested in. On these days I toured 3 to 4 houses in one day. The associate helped me decide on the house I wanted that she thought was the best for my needs. She kept in contact with me during the whole time. Very professional, pleasant and knowlegeable people who work at Era Webb.
You can visit this place over and over again because they are always putting new displays out. It is great to educate your children on the history from the first Indina hunters, the ice age glaciers, and past adventure of people from away and residence. You can go from roorm to room finding things that will grab your attention. There is even stuffed bears, deer, beavers and moose on display behind a thick glass that has a woodsy scene. Check it out its really shows the natural beauty of Maine.