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Skyline Farm Carriage Museum Exhibit, North Yarmouth

posted May 12, 2021, 10:09 AM by Tammy Tarling

Skyline Farm Carriage Museum’s current exhibit highlights vehicles seen at numerous summer events throughout the horse-drawn era. Folks of the day used beach wagons, buggies, fringe top surreys, and hearses, just to name a few. The children used goat and dog carts. A custom built 100+ year old wagon designed to move a rare children's flying seat ride from fair to fair will be partially setup.


The museum, located at 95 The Lane, North Yarmouth, is open for public viewing on Sundays, from May 16–June 27 and Sept. 5-Oct. 24, 1-4 p.m. or by appointment. Free admission; donations are appreciated.


For more information, contact Greg Cuffey at 892-0188 or info@skylinefarm.org. Skyline Farm is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization.

Photo caption: Horse-drawn canopy top surrey. Photo by Pamela Ames

Habitat for Humanity Springtime Community Walk

posted May 5, 2021, 9:30 AM by Tammy Tarling

The Annual Community Springtime Walk & Fun Run to benefit Habitat for Humanity, due to the pandemic, will again be held virtually during the month of May 2021.

This year, we will also be holding a Photo Scavenger Hunt with items that can be found on your hike or walk.  Photos can be uploaded to the Website at http://habitatportlandme.org/scavengerhunt/!  All completed Scavenger Hunts will be entered into a raffle to win prizes including local area gift cards!  Simply sign up on the website, collect at least $50 in donations and upload your photos.  All winners will be contacted via phone or email.

You can go online https://charity.gofundme.com/springtimewalk2021 and set up multi-member teams or choose to sign up/walk on your own.  Walkers are encouraged to solicit donations for Habitat by sending emails or FB messages using their online Habitat site.

Walkers can pick up a Walk Bag (available at participating Town Halls and churches).  These bags will contain small snacks and information on the walk including sample walks and hikes.  You will get your own HABITAT WALK STAR badge to proudly wear on your way.  It's even one of the Scavenger hunt photos 🙂

We hope that you will join us this year as we walk in pursuit of housing equity for all!

Cumberland North Yarmouth Little League registration is still open

posted Mar 3, 2021, 12:57 PM by Tammy Tarling

Boys and girls ages 4 to 16 are invited to play and can register at cnyll.com. Registration will remain open through Sunday, March 19 for Minors and Majors baseball and softball and through Monday, April 5 for all other divisions.

Cumberland/North Yarmouth LIttle League Registration

posted Jan 13, 2021, 7:00 AM by Tammy Tarling

Cumberland North Yarmouth Little League has opened registration for the 2021 season. You can register your little leaguer for all Baseball, Softball and Tee Ball programs at this time. Register by February 14 to receive a $10-per-player discount. 

Lions Student of the Month: Lauren Lamberson

posted Mar 24, 2020, 7:15 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Mar 24, 2020, 7:16 AM ]

At our recent meeting on March 9th, we honored our newest Greely Student of the Month, Lauren Lamberson, who is a senior from Cumberland and North Yarmouth. She’s active on the swim and lacrosse teams, is Vice President of Student Council and is involved in church activities. Her service activities include the Bigs and Littles Program where high school kids mentor primary school and middle school kids; participation in the Casco Bay Can Youth Summit to provide drug abuse awareness; and has been an active volunteer in the Life Flight program. She has been accepted at Clemson University where she hopes to study International Relations and Trade with a minor in Spanish. Wow and congratulations Lauren!!

Photo: L to R- King Lion, Randy Plumber; Lauren Lamberson; and Lion Phil Hunt.

GMS Ultimate Frisbee

posted Mar 5, 2020, 5:42 AM by Tammy Tarling






Wednesdays, March 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th

5th & 6th Graders – 5:30pm - 7pm 

7th & 8th Graders - 7pm - 8:30pm

Monday, April 23rd & Wednesday, April 25th – 5:30pm- 7pm 


Register through Cumberland Recreation Online or In Person

Moe Lucey- Head Coach

FMI click HERE to view flyer

Kids' Yard Sale, March 28th

posted Mar 4, 2020, 11:41 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Mar 4, 2020, 11:41 AM ]

Kids' Yard Sale

Saturday, March 28


Kids...come sell your gently used toys, books, games and more! Learn the pros and cons of running a business and make some money too! Pre-registration is required and takes place at  Wescustogo Hall & North Yarmouth Community Center. Tables are $10 for residents of C/NY and $15 for non-residents. Space is limited!

Speak Out Competition for Greely High School Students

posted Mar 4, 2020, 10:58 AM by Tammy Tarling

The Cumberland / North Yarmouth Lions Club is hosting their annual Speak Out competition on March 9th. The goal is to provide high school students with an opportunity to think about important issues facing them & their community. Speaker contestants will prepare a 5-minute speech on an important issue facing them, our community, the State, or the Nation. Upon completion, speakers will be asked one question each by two questioners. Speeches are scored by three judges based on content, presentation, and adhering to time limits. The local winner will move on to compete at the district Speak Out competition. This is a great opportunity for students to practice their public speaking, win cash prizes, and receive local and regional recognition.


Please see Mr. Curry or Mr. Livingston, GHS teachers, for details & click here for contest rules. Interested students will need to sign-up in advance of the competition.

Lions Student of the Month: Kaiyla Delisle

posted Feb 26, 2020, 5:57 AM by Tammy Tarling

At our February 10th meeting, we honored our Greely Student of the Month, Kaiyla Delisle, a sophomore at Greely who lives in Cumberland with her parents, Darren and Moriah Yorkey.

Kaiyla plays basketball and football at Greely and works with children on basketball fundamentals for the rec program. She takes classes in art and enjoys painting and drawing. She also recently participated in Greely’s Poetry Out Loud event.

She is being recognized for her service as Captain of the Greely Civil Rights team. Among other things, Kaiyla has organized a day of welcome in support of immigrants, sponsored a harmony dance for all students, set up a school Civil Rights bulletin board, and hosted a speaking event for Martin Luther King Day. In addition, she is the Greely representative in a town wide Civil Rights Leadership Committee.

WOW and congratulations Kaiyla!

Photo: L to R: Lion Phil Hunt; Kaiyla Delisle; and Lion Dave Carlson.

Skyline Farm Carriage Museum: 200 Years of Runners & Wheels: Celebrating Maine's Bicentennial

posted Feb 26, 2020, 5:52 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Feb 26, 2020, 5:53 AM ]

Skyline Farm Carriage Museum’s current winter exhibit “200 Years of Runners & Wheels: Celebrating Maine's Bicentennial” highlights vehicles used circa 1820 in Maine. It is rare that a museum would have one vehicle 200 years old or older; however, Skyline has many, including three four-wheeled Pleasure and Comfort Waggons (old spelling), a two-wheeled doctor’s Riding Chair used in Cornish, Maine, and a Boston Chaise. Also featured are many early sleighs including the Rudyard Kipling rattan sleigh, early Albany & Portland styles, Rural Mail, Booby Hut, Hearses, Doctors, and a School Bus.


The museum, located at 95 The Lane, North Yarmouth, is open for public viewing on Sundays, from February 23–March 29, 1-4 p.m. or by appointment. Free admission; donations are appreciated. Dress warmly as the museum is not heated.


For more information, contact Greg Cuffey at 892-0188 or info@skylinefarm.orgSkyline Farm is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization.

Horse-drawn vehicles, including some from the 1820’s.

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