Judith Grover tent 17 DUVCW met on Monday, Oct. 11, at the home of Alice Hoyt with nine members present. Candy was brought for the VA home in South Paris for them to give out to trick or treaters on Halloween. Elsie Bonney will take it to them. It was reposrted that Vicky Myers fell injuring her knee. A card was sent to her. Reported five members attended Stoneham tent 19 at their last meeting. Members are to have gifts for Togus Christmas or Gift Shop at the next meeting so that they can be taken down. Next meeting will be nomination of officers. General orders 1 was read by Dept. President Michelle Cary. Twenty-five calls were reported. Next meeting is Nov. 8.
Thursday, Oct. 7, the Senior Citizens of Woodstock-Greenwood met at Village Inn for dinner. Next meeting is at the Locke Mills Church Hall for meeting and dinner on Nov. 4.
Sunday, Oct. 10, a family get-together and 80th birthday party was held for Kenneth Hoyt at the Grange Hall. Around 50 attended. A good time was had with potluck lunch and lots of visiting.
Don't forget the Mock Hee Haw Show to be held at the Grange Hall on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. Come for a fun night. Refreshments on sale.
Bethany (Sawyer) Varney and family have been viisting family and friends for a few days. They live in California. Bethany is the daughter of Fred and Sally Sawyer.
Services at the Baptist Church are Sunday school at 9:15, morning worship at 10:30, evening service 6 p.m. Wednesday evening is prayer meeting at 6:30. Oct. 24 is the quarterly business meeting.
Larry Billings gets small things his mother can have in the nursing home. His favorite recently was a tiny grand piano in pewter.
The Historical Society Museum has real musical instruments including a church organ, a square piano, a set of drums and a saxophone. They also have autographed photos of famous singers and musicians who visited the summer music camp at Birch Villa Inn on the lake years ago. Mr. Wiske who ran it was a famous conductor in New York and New Jersey.
The Museum recreates the past with its fine exhibits. For a town the size of Woodstock, they are remarkable, and the collection of local memorabilia reflects our heritage accurately. Come join us at the meetings if possible. They value your contributions as much as their own. Everyone belongs in their organization as far as they are concerned. You will enjoy the suppers, meetings and informative programs.
The program for the month of November at the Whitman Memorial Library will be the first Thursday of the month instead of the second Thursday as usual. Please note change in date. Whitman Memorial Library will have as speaker Laurie Winsor on Thursday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m. Laurie is with Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice. November is Nationwide Home Care and Hospice month. This is open to the public at no cost, everyone welcome, light refreshments.