Hope you have a Happy Turkey Day. I hope to have made it to Turkey Tuesday this year. I may not because David has to give a friend a ride to the doc and I cannot do night driving -- at least not safely. I will try to get a friend to go with. It is such a fun event and raises much-needed food and money for the needy. We shall see.
Dave willing, I hope to be back to work next week. We shall see. I am ready and rather bored staying home. So look for me on a Wednesday. Or Saturday, depending on which day fits in. I cannot work Sunday because I am dependent on Dave for a ride - again it is dark by the time we get home.
Nov. 25 there will be turkey and ham at St. Catherine’s at 32 Paris Street in Norway. Dinner begins at noon. Any Oxford Hills resident is invited. Make reservations by calling St. Catherine’s at 743-2606.
Sunday, the 28th, Bethel Rotary Club’s All You Can Eat Buffet Breakfast will be held at Ordway Dining Hall at Gould Academy. Tickets are $7 in advance from any Bethel member or at Rostay Inn in Bethel, Mt. Mann Jewelers, and River View Resort. The money will benefit Bethel Community's Youth Scholarships. It is a great breakfast. Come and enjoy it.
Monday, the 29th, the Knit and What group will meet at Waterford Library from 2 to 4 p.m. Come and start that Christmas present.
Dec. 4, Fare Share will hold a buffet with casseroles, etc., and a silent auction at The Commons. Call 743-9044 or Cyndy Tinsley at 890-4968 for exact information and to find out where you can donate items.
Dec. 6, Socrates Café meets at the Waterford Library. The topic is “Whatever happened to the role of compromise in politics.” Moderator is Jim Kearney. FMI call 583- 6957.
Waterford meeting of ACA will not be held on the 25th but will be back at Waterford Library on Dec. 2. FMI please call 739-9115.