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WEST BETHEL — The Bethel Senior Citizens will meet on June 8, at 11 a.m. at the West Bethel Grange Hall. The menu is meat loaf and the price is $8. Reservations must be made by June 1, by calling Caroline Gould at 824-3226 or Arlene Lowell at 824-2877. The speaker will be Steven Seames.
SOUTH PARIS — The Oxford Hills Honey Bee Club will hold a meeting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, rain or shine, at the Maine Cooperative Extension Office on Route 26 in South Paris.
Rick Cooper will be the guest speaker and will be speaking on caring for your new honey bees for the summer months, getting ready for honey flow, bee mites and opening hives. Bring your veils.
The club had a nice field day trip to a bee keeper’s yard. They had a lot of questions to ask and a lot of questions were answered. They also left their hives that they are going to be picking up plus picking up new bee hives. The club is excited about getting started with the new bees.
If you are interested in becoming a member or learning more about bees, you are welcome to attend one of the meetings.
For more information, call John Seilonen at 743-5009.
MINOT — Minot Center Grange #266, located on top of Center Minot Hill, will have another of their famous pork roast suppers on Saturday, June 11, from 4:30-6 p.m. The menu is pork, mashed potato, gravy, peas, carrots, homemade applesauce, rolls, assorted cakes and beverages. All you can eat for only $8. Children under 12 eat for $4 and those under five eat free.
PREPARING GRANGE SUPPER — From left are Mary Goss, Eda Tripp and Carol Robinson. Standing are Janice Ouellette, Conrad Robinson, Tabitha King and Helen Clifford.
OXFORD — Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge Club met Friday, May 20, in the Rec. building on King St. in Oxford at 9:15 a.m. A six-table Howell movement was enjoyed.
Finishing first in flight a were Nancy Farmer (Norway) and Marta Clements (Bryant Pond), second were Paul Kahl (Westbrook) and Dave Kallander (Poland) who also were first in flight B. Third in A were Georgette Jewell (Norway) and Pat Quinn (Otisfield). Second in B were Kathleen Burden (Augusta) and Maryann Trafton (Waterville).
Finishing first in flight C were Hank Sakrison (Poland) and Denny Raymond (Waterford), second were Milt McKeen (Bridgton and Jim Krainin (Windham).
Next Friday there will be another game, same place and time; all bridge players are cordially invited. For more information call Les Buzzell at 783-4153 or 754-9153 or e-mail email@example.com. A partner is always guaranteed.
SOUTH PARIS — The Western Maine Knitting Guild will meet at 10 a.m. at the First Congregational Church for car pooling to go to their annual picnic. The picnic will be held at Eleanor Heidrich's home, 427 Main Street in Oxford (just beyond the bridge on Rt. 26 in Welchville). The picnic will be potluck so remember to bring something with you.
For more information, call Gloria Sawyer at 743-7677.
OXFORD — The Twin Town Nature Club will meet Monday, June 6, at 10 a.m. in the Walmart parking lot (south side near Route 26) and carpool to Thorncrag Sanctuary in Lewiston. Visitors are welcome and bring a picnic lunch. For more information, call John Crumpton at 539-2902.
WATERFORD — The first meeting of the Waterford Historical Society for the 2011 season will be Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. in the Old Town House next to the town beach on Keoka Lake. It will be the annual meeting, with election of new trustees and potluck refreshments. The program for the evening will be on the history of the "Little World's Fair" in North Waterford. The society would welcome anyone to come and share memories of this unique fair, which started in 1850.
This year will be an exciting one for the society. In addition to seeing the new research room, at the annual meeting members can be first in line to purchase tickets for the August meeting, when they will be privileged to hear Tim Sample talk on Maine Humor. Tim is a fan of Waterford's own humorist Artemus Ward. Tickets are $15 in advance; $18 at the door of the North Waterford Church on August 4 for a 7 p.m. show. They will also be available after June 9 at Books N Things in Norway and Bridgton Books, as well as at Box 201, Waterford ME 04088. For more information call Bonnie Parsons at 583-6174.