PARIS – The Oxford County Educators Retired will meet at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 18, at the South Paris Congregational Church.

A brief meeting will be followed by dinner and a program, with Rosita Gagne as speaker on education and legislation.

Dinner reservations can be made by calling Marilyn Leighton at 743-7666 or Mr. Johnson at 743-6503.

Sermon topics

PARIS – The Rev. Walter Webb, pastor of Deering Memorial Methodist Church in South Paris, has announced the titles for his summer sermons as follows:

June 20, “The Day the Ground Screamed”; June 27, “Get Under Cover”; July 4, vacation; July 11, “Too Much Bubbly”; July 18, “On the Road Again”; July 25, “Abram’s Two Wives”; Aug. 1, “The Hard Part of Covenant”; Aug. 8, “Get Ridda Da Kid”; Aug. 15, “Revelation in a Cooking Pot”; Aug. 22 and 29, vacation.

Plans proceeding

OTISFIELD – The Otisfield Free Baptist Scholarship Committee held a planning meeting for a gigantic flea market and white elephant sale set for July 17.

The sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Community Hall, Route 121.

Anyone needing more information, or wanting to make a donation may contact Priscilla Delehant at 539-2533, or Ann Watson at 627-3185.

All proceeds will go into the scholarship fund of the East Otisfield Free Baptist Church.

Raising funds

BUCKFIELD – The Zadoc Long Free Library is raising money to archive and preserve many of the documents that have been discovered.

The original finding list is available for $10 to celebrate the library’s 100th birthday.

Contact Everett Tilton at the library, 336-2171, or Tilton’s Market, 336-2191.


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