(written Oct. 3)
Fall is with us, warm days and cooler nights and even a few cold nights. Some are at Fryeburg preparing for the big week. Some will be there all week helping to park the 3,000 campers as well as the daily automobiles. Good weather is predicted with only a few showers.
I will drive over early Tuesday, Senior Citizen Day, and will spend the night with my two sisters-in-laws in Whittemore's large camper. Jeanne and husband Philip Whittemore of Norway will be there for the whole week as well as her sister, Elaine Blossom of North Branford, Conn. They have been doing this for many years and have the same camping area.
At the West Paris Universalist on Oct. 10 at 9 a.m. Bob Kirchherr will be the guest speaker. Jim Burke is organist. A social hour follows. All are welcome.
A Longaberger Basket Bingo will be held at the Locke Mill Legion Hall on Oct. 31 sponsored by the Goodwill Fellowship of the Universalist Church. The doors are open at 11 a.m. Games start at 12:30. Refreshments are available. There will be Bingo and raffles. Do come and enjoy the fun.
On Oct. 23 the Church will hold a craft, food and white elephant sale at the Church at 9 to noon.
The West Paris Library is holding its book sale on the 23rd so all can attend both.
Marta Clements was with her family in New Hampshire and all went to Springfield, Mass., where her granddaughter, Sarah Clements, entered the 4-H horse competition. She received six ribbons. Marta reports that the most popular food booth there was Maine Baked Potatoes.
The leaves are falling fast and still keep Muffin entertained. The little chipmunk has not been around for about a week. She misses him!