N. Auburn Cemetery Assoc. to meet
AUBURN — The North Auburn Cemetery Association will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, at the home of Donald and Terry Lebel, 625 North Auburn Road.
Anyone interested in the cemetery is welcome.
CMMC to offer program on environment, health
LEWISTON — “The Effects of the Environment on Our Health” is the topic of the third in a series of six mini-medical school presentations being offered this fall by Central Maine Medical Center.
The program will feature: Steve Johndro, executive director of Healthy Androsocoggin; Kathy Low, clinical psychologist and professor at Bates College in Lewiston; and Rumbie Gondo, executive program assistant for the Environmental Health Strategy Center/Prevent Harm.
The program will be offered from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 27, at the Maine College of Health Professions, 70 Middle St.
Interpreter services are available upon advance request.
To register, or for more information, to go www.cmmc.org/events, call 795-8448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Auburn Assoc. to meet Oct. 28
AUBURN — United New Auburn Association will meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Rolly’s Diner. Guest speaker Reine Mynahan is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Lewiston cafe to host biblical series
LEWISTON — The Ark & Luncheon Cafe was host a series of programs in October and November on the books of Daniel and Revelation, with Pastor Rick Kuntz.
Each program will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the cafe, 791 Lisbon St.
On Tuesday, Oct. 28, the topic will be “The Bible’s Longest Time Prophecy”; on Friday, Oct. 31, “Antichrist & The Two Witnesses”; on Saturday, Nov. 1, “Revelation’s Last Call to Worship”; and on Sunday, Nov. 2, “$1,000 Reward For a Missing Text.”
For more information, call 333-3668, or go to www.lewistonark.com
Active, retired federal employees to meet
LEWISTON — The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association Chapter 1804 will meet at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Ramada Inn.
A social time will be followed by lunch at noon.
Amanda Gray, field service account consultant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maine, will speak.
Members should bring an item of non-perishable food for donation.
TOPS open house in Litchfield
LITCHFIELD — Taking Off Pounds Sensibly will hold an open house at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at the Carrie Ricker School cafeteria, Richmond Road.
Trick-or-treat at Clover Health Care
AUBURN — Clover Health Care will host a community trick-or-treat for children from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, across from Fairview School, 440 Minot Ave.
Residents and staff will be on hand throughout the building to pass out treats. A haunted house will also be part of the Halloween fun for interested children and their parents.
Trick-or-treaters may enter Clover via the main entrance and staff will provide escort through the Clover “neighborhoods.”
“We received an unexpected but fabulous turnout last year,” said Donna Rousseau, director of resident relations. “We are so excited and grateful that our fellow neighborhood businesses have joined in the fun to make this year’s event even better.”
Children 12 and under are welcome to trick or treat; all are welcome to visit the haunted house. For more information, contact 784-3573.
Halloween party in New Auburn
AUBURN — The New Auburn Social Club will host a Halloween party from 8 p.m. to midnight on Friday, Oct. 31, 7 Second St. The band 4Play will perform.
Costume judging will begin at 9 p.m. for original, scariest and best couple.
Hunters breakfast at Buckfield Legion
BUCKFIELD — A hunters breakfast will be held from 5 to 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, at Buckfield American Legion, Morrill Street.
The cost is $6 or $5 with a nonperishable food donation for the Thanksgiving Basket project; $3 under age 5.
For more information, call Gloria Hall at 336-2385.
CMCC offers class on negotiating conflict
AUBURN — Central Maine Community College will offer a two-day workshop titled “Negotiating & Conflict Resolution” from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 6 and 7.
Participants in this interactive program will have an opportunity to practice communicating in an assertive and respectful way that meets all parties’ interests. They will learn to say “no” without alienating others or damaging relationships.
Participants will also listen and critique audio-recordings of themselves and others, exercising communication skills for conflict and negotiating.
This program is suited for anyone interested in developing skills to handle conflict and negotiations effectively. Participants need to come prepared for this workshop with a list of common conflicts faced in both personal and professional life, an example of a simple negotiation such as buying a car, asking for a raise and an outline of a complex situation requiring negotiating skills such as settling a dispute with a family member or a neighbor.
The registration deadline is Nov. 3; the cost is $159 and includes all materials. For more information or to register, contact CMCC’s Corporate & Community Services Department at 755-5280, email email@example.com or visit www.cmcc.edu/ccs.
Lewiston Bridge Club winners
LEWISTON — The Lewiston Bridge Club winners of the annual club appreciation game on Oct. 20 were as follows: first, Della Starbird and Pete Cummings; second, Dick Allen and Richard Balian; third, Connie and Ron Reynolds; fourth, Jeanine Kivus and Nancy Farmer; first in B, Della Starbird and Peter Cummings; second, Connie and Ron Reynolds.
Winners on Oct. 21 were as follows: N/S, first, Jan and Vern Arey; second, Les Buzzell and John Pettengill; third/fourth tie, Rosemarie and Tom Goodwin with Luke Merry and Mike Quinn; first in B, Connie and Ron Reynolds; E/W, first, Jeanine Kivus and Fred Letourneau; second, Claire Lyons and Paul Clement; third, Debra Gardner and Mike True; first in B, Claire Lyons and Paul Clement; second, Norma and Rick Verrill.
Games are played every Monday and Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Seniors Room at the Lewiston Armory, 65 Central Ave. A partner is always guaranteed and all bridge players are welcomed. Call Rosemarie at 754-1431 for more information.