The Woodstock-Greenwood Senior Citizens will meet today (Nov. 4) at the Locke Mills Church for meeting at 11:30, lunch and a silent auction. New members always welcome.
The Whitman Memorial Lirary program is today (Nov. 4) at 2 p.m. Guest speaker is Laurie Winsor from Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice. November is National Home Care and Hospice month. This program is open to the public, no charge and light refreshments.
Don't forget the Mock Hee Haw Show at the Bryant Pond Grange Hall on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. Come support the Grange. Refreshments on sale.
The To Your Health Committee of Western Mountains Senior College will hold a program on "Family Caregiving - Guiding You Through the Rewards and Challenges Ahead" on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 to 12 noon at the Bethel Congregational Church Chapel, Church St., Bethel. The committee has had many requests for this topic, and an experienced presenter, Laurie Winsor, Marketing Director for Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice will be on hand to discuss the topic. Free admission, light refreshments, and resource materials available. FMI call Roseabelle Tifft at 824-2053.
Services at the Baptist Church are Sunday school at 9:15, morning worship at 10:30, evening service at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. is prayer meeting.
Judith Grover tent #17 will meet on Monday, Nov. 8 at the home of Alice Hoyt for nomination of officers. Please bring items for Togus Christmas either for the Veterans or Gift Shop to this meeting. Elsie delivered the candy to South Paris Veterans Home.
The Historical Society regrets the passing of Ethel Davis. Curator Larry Billings got an oak jewelry bowl suitable for mens or womens things.
The Society Museum has some costume jewelry. There is also a basket of Maine mineral specimens, that Curator Larry gave. They have some women's vintage clothing including a wedding dress and all kinds of mens uniforms, basketball uniforms and scout apparel. Hanging over head are fine handmade quilts from Bryant Pond. A few toys, a couple dolls, games and childrens things are in an old crib upstairs. For winter they have a sled from Paris Manufacturing Co., a map of Sunday River and a sign saying Newry. They are closed during that season and consequently don't have an extensive winter exhibit. But they have a bit of just about everything.
Roby & Lisa Lauro gave an old 1866 School Report to the Society. Thanks.