TOPSHAM – Flying Changes Center for Therapeutic Riding, Route 201, will host its 11th annual Equestrian Challenge Horse Show from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 19.

The show is designed for special needs children and adults who participate in the therapeutic riding program as well as for Flying Changes typical riding students. There will be ribbons for all riders as they perform and are judged against their individual best.

The show will be held in the indoor arena, and visitors interested in the facility and programs are welcome. There will be a natural horsemanship demonstration at the lunch break.

Community members wishing to explore volunteer opportunities for summer may do so at this time. For information, contact Program Director Barbara M. Doughty at 729-0168.

Bible school

AUBURN – Court Street Baptist Church is inviting kids age 4 to grade six to the vacation Bible school from 9 a.m. to noon June 21 through 25. Bible stories, music, crafts, games and snacks are planned for each day. Call 784-6661 to preregister. This year’s theme is “Jesus Helps You Power Up.”

Distribution day

AUBURN – Auburn AC Serve (SHARE), part of Serve New England’s food and volunteer program, will have its Distribution Day from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 26, at the Auburn Advent Christian Church, Whitney Street entrance.

Registration for July will be taken. New and former participants in the Serve, formerly SHARE, program are welcome. For more information, call Janet at 784-2164.

Estate tour

MONMOUTH – A Rise and Shine B&B tour of the former Woolworth Estate on Route 135 will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, June 27, at the restored gentleman’s racehorse farm. The event will include tours, food, live music and children’s activities at the Moose Run Drive estate.

Tickets are $10 for adult; $7.50 for seniors; $15 for an adult and child; and $20 for a family of three or more. Those who purchase tickets in advance will receive a 20 percent discount. Checks can be sent, payable to UUCC, to UUCC, 69 Winthrop St., Augusta, ME 04330. Proceeds will benefit the Unitarian Universalist Community Church. For more information, call 622-3232 or 626-0069.

Teacher honored

POLAND SPRING – Sandra McAuley was honored at a retirement party on June 12 at her home in Poland Spring.

McAuley retired at the end of the school year after a 35-year teaching career, the past 24 of those years spent at Edward Little High School in Auburn.

McAuley will be remembered by her co-workers and students for her dedication to the teaching profession.

Celebrating with McAuley at her party were her six grandsons, Caleb and Logan Tribou, Matthew and Kyle Kramlich, Zachary Doucette and Ryan Tribou.

Monday speaker

RAYMOND – The Raymond-Casco Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 21, at the Raymond Public Safety Building, corner of Route 302 and Main Street.

Special speaker and refreshments will precede the formal meeting.

All members are encouraged to attend as important policy issues will be decided. Guests are welcome.

Richard A. Fraser will discuss autos in Maine. Fraser and his wife, Nancy, are the authors of “A History of Maine Built Automobiles 1834-1934.”

For more information contact Joseph M. Webber, society president, at 655-2094 or e-mail [email protected]

Bridge results

LEWISTON – The Lewiston-Auburn Bridge Club winners at the Multi-Purpose Center on June 15 were: first, Sharon Tyler and Paul Pierce; second, Betty and Doug Sise; third, Luke Merry and Mike Quinn; fourth, Connie and Ron Reynolds; fifth, Patricia Garcia and David Lock; sixth, Lue Bilodeau and Roger Briggs.

Winners at Schooner Estates in Auburn on June 16 were: first, John Hackett and Ray Sirois; second, Tom Dahlberg and David Wallace; third, Bruce Murray and Mike Quinn; fourth, Rosemarie Goodwin and Mike St. John; first in C, Claire Lyons and Roger Briggs.

Games are played at 9 a.m. every Tuesday and 7 p.m. every Wednesday. Call Lucille Theriault at 783-0431 for more information or for a partner.

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