SOUTH PARIS — The Key Bank Team for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Oxford Hills will host a Chinese auction and food sale on Saturday, May 8, at the Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School cafeteria. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and the auction will begin at 1:15.
There will be more than 100 auction items available and homemade food and baked goods for sale. All proceeds will benefit the Relay For Life of Oxford Hills.
NORWAY — His Place Teen Center will have a plant and perennial sale from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 8, at Tere Porter’s parking lot, next to Rite Aid. All proceeds will support the center. Anyone with plants and perennials to donate to the sale, or vases or garden related items, may contact Howie Munday at 539-2372, Marion Chase at 583-2534 or Bert Rugg at 743-9503, 515-3000
The center is also collcting items for the Memorial Day yard sale and for the Alpha and Omega Thrift Shop.
NORWAY — The Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge Club met April 23, in the Fare Share Building, Main Street. A four table Howell movement was played. Finishing first in flight A were Pete Cummings and Jim Dickens; second, Richard Worthington and Jim Fallon, also first in flight B; third, Nancy Farmer and Hazel Glazier.
Second in flight B were Jim Krainin and Milton McKeen.
Results from the April 30 game, when a six table Howell movement was played, were: first in flight A, Jim Fallon and Richard Worthington, also first in flight B; second, Rosemarie Goodwin and Luke Merry; third, Bev Pelletier and Richard Balian, also second in flight B.
Another game will be played at 9:15 a.m. Friday, May 7. A partner is guaranteed and all bridge players are invited. For information, call Les Buzzell at 783-4153, 754-9153 or e-mail [email protected]
SOUTH PARIS — The Oxford Hills Chapter of AARP will meet on Monday, May 10, at the First Congregational Church on East Main Street. Macaroni and cheese with ham and vegetables will be served at noon. The cost is $6.50 and reservations are required by calling Ruth at 744-9069 by noon Friday, May 7.
The entertainment will be provided by the Yet To Be Named Banjo Players. They will begin playing at 11:30 as well as following the meeting.