St. Patrick’s Day, ice fishing and ice cream

Posted March 17, 2014, at 2:18 p.m.
Students of the Stillson School of Irish Dance perform in Portland's annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Portland on Sunday. The school, founded by Carlene Moran Stillson, has been teaching Irish dance for over 20 years.
Students of the Stillson School of Irish Dance perform in Portland's annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Portland on Sunday. The school, founded by Carlene Moran Stillson, has been teaching Irish dance for over 20 years. Buy Photo
Don Winslow and his wife Dora get huggs of support during a benefit dinner Saturday night at Jeff's Catering in Brewer.  Former Bangor Police Chief Don Winslow is battling lung cancer.
Don Winslow and his wife Dora get huggs of support during a benefit dinner Saturday night at Jeff's Catering in Brewer. Former Bangor Police Chief Don Winslow is battling lung cancer.
Dwight Engelhardt of Bangor drills holes in the ice on Phillips Lake in Dedham as he spends Friday, March 14 trying to catch a salmon for his dinner.
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Dwight Engelhardt of Bangor drills holes in the ice on Phillips Lake in Dedham as he spends Friday, March 14 trying to catch a salmon for his dinner. Buy Photo
Gretchen Schaefer (from left) and Ingrid Schaefer, 8, are handed an ice cream cone from Rhonda Charette on Friday, March 14 at Gifford's Ice Cream in Bangor. Just days after a late winter snowstorm covered Bangor with snow, Gifford's Ice Cream, opened its doors for the season.
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Gretchen Schaefer (from left) and Ingrid Schaefer, 8, are handed an ice cream cone from Rhonda Charette on Friday, March 14 at Gifford's Ice Cream in Bangor. Just days after a late winter snowstorm covered Bangor with snow, Gifford's Ice Cream, opened its doors for the season. Buy Photo
Robert Rice (right), professor of wood science at the University of Maine, Tom Shafer (background), owner of Maine Heritage Timber, and Shafer's employee Bill Stanley slide wood that has been submerged in Quakish Lake in Millinocket since the early 1800s from a small kiln run by Rice at the University of Maine on Wednesday, March 12.
Robert Rice (right), professor of wood science at the University of Maine, Tom Shafer (background), owner of Maine Heritage Timber, and Shafer's employee Bill Stanley slide wood that has been submerged in Quakish Lake in Millinocket since the early 1800s from a small kiln run by Rice at the University of Maine on Wednesday, March 12. Buy Photo

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