The Woodstock-Greenwood Senior Citizens will meet today, Jan. 3, at the Town Conference Room. Meeting starts at 11:30. It is a potluck dinner. Please bring a dish to share (salad, hot dish, or dessert) and your own place setting. Program is a silent auction. Please bring an item for that. New members are always welcome.
Franklin Grange 124 will meet on Saturday, Jan. 5, at 10 a.m. at the home of Ken and Alice Hoyt for a regular meeting. Potluck dinner following. Please bring a dish to share.
On Thursday, Jan. 10, at the Whitman Memorial Library at 2 p.m. Arla Patch will speak about the Maine Wabanaki State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). She has been serving on the communications subcommittee since January, and will share a PowerPoint giving an historical overview and current goals. The TRC is being formed in Maine to discover the truth about the experiences of Wabanaki people with state child welfare programs, and to promote healing and lasting change for the children taken from their families. Open to the public at no charge. Light refreshments will be served.
Services at the Baptist Church are Sunday School at 9:15, Morning Worship at 10:30, Evening service at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening is Prayer meeting.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Ernest Bolio.
We have had lots of company lately (which we love). On Sunday before Christmas, dinner guests at the Hoyts were Steve, Beth, and Marybeth Hoover, David, JoAnn, and Shawn Crockett, James Hoyt, Robert Hoyt, Lisa Petrucelli, and Leatrice Chase. Ray Crockett came later. On Monday Joseph Hoyt and Kelsey Schurz visited us, and also Joseph’s parents, Jim and Charlene Hoyt. On Christmas day Steve, Beth, and Marybeth Hoover, David, JoAnn, Shawn, and Ray Crockett, James and Charlene Hoyt, Crystal Cash and baby Shawn, and Leatrice Chase. Later in the day Ray’s friend Erin came. Marybeth Hoover and cat Rufus are visiting with us for the week. Also visiting her parents Steve and Beth Hoover.
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