Legion unit hears various reports


NORWAY — Stone-Smart American Legion Unit 82 met recently with President Thelma Denlinger presiding.

Chaplain Christine Weiss reported that she has mailed or hand delivered 582 cards for the year.

Barbara Henley reported that the folded flags have been sent out and will go to the Army National Guard 1136th Transportation Co., that left Bangor International Airport recently. Retired Marine Dennis Bowden was helpful in the project.

Henley also reported that she had been to the Guy E. Rowe School to read to second-graders a story about a boy and girl running for president in a mock election.

Thelma Denlinger, Kim Hansen and Joyce Clifford will serve on the Scholarship Committee.

Henley read the Nominating Committee’s report on officers for coming year: president, Joyce Clifford; first vice, Marjy Sessions; second vice, Barbara Henley; secretary, Thelma Denlinger; treasurer, Rose Moulton; chaplain, Christine Weiss; historian, Carmie Rideout; sergeant-at-arms; Marie Pingree; Executive Committee, Ellen Snow, Eleanor Durant, Beulah Ayer.

Members voted the following donations: to Community Lunch, chaplain of Four Chaplains, Meal on Wheels and Bangor Troop Greeters. The Unit and Post hosted the County Council and District 5 recently.

Rose Moulton was supper chairwoman in celebration of the American Legion’s 91st birthday. They were served a beef and gravy supper with all the fixings, with cake and ice cream for dessert. Beulah Ayer and Joyce Clifford assisted.