OXFORD – Lake Thompson Fish and Game will hold a family fun day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, July 15, at the facility on Paine Road. There will be a running deer shoot and a trap shoot. The public is welcome. Rain date will be Sunday, July 22.
HEBRON – The Hebron Historical Society will meet on Tuesday, July 24, at the town office. A general meeting will be followed by author Peter Lenz of Norway speaking on “Old-Time Expressions in Maine and Names Found on Cemetery Headstones.” The public is invited.
WATERFORD – The Wilkins Community House, located on Plummer Hill Road behind the Village Green, will offer a summer breakfast from 7:30 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 18.
The menu will offer scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, homemade muffins, doughnut holes, orange juice and coffee. The cost is $5; children 5 to 10, $3; under 5, free.
The Wilkins House Committee is a nonprofit organization that oversees the upkeep of the house, which is available for community and private events
NORWAY – Lillian Scenna, LSW, program manager for the Parkinson’s Information and Referral Center, will address the Parkinson’s Support Group on Thursday, Aug. 30, at Stephens Memorial Hospital. She will discuss nutrition and the annual conference held in April. For details, call Marianne Gallo, LCSW, at 743-7086.
PARIS – Sunday, July 15, there will be music as part of the worship service at First Congregational Church, 17 East Main St. Flutist Blaise Spath will join with Virginia Noble for the music and vocalist Ed Gabrielson will be featured as well.
The Rev. Don Mayberry’s summer series, “Stories of Faith,” will feature a conversation with Gabrielson followed by a special presentation of song by Gabrielson.
Summer worship during July and August is at 9 a.m. and there is child care and an organized youth activity. The church is handicapped accessible and services are broadcast live on AM 1450 and AM 780.
PARIS – A benefit Italian supper for John Snow will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 20, at the First Congregational Church. Snow, who is self-employed, has been undergoing radical treatment for throat cancer and is unable to work.
The cost for the supper is $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12. The menu will include Italian pasta dishes, salad, garlic bread, homemade pies and beverages. Those unable to attend the supper but would like to make a donation may send it to First Congregational Church, 17 East Main St., Paris, ME 04281.