FRYEBURG – Members of the Fryeburg Homemakers Extension will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the Legion Hall on Bradley Street. A social time and coffee at 8:30 will be followed by the business meeting at 9 a.m.

Following the meeting, the group will be entertained by the School House Art Players, who will perform a short skit.

A potluck luncheon will be hosted by Priscilla Barton and Janet Walton, who will supply the dessert and coffee. Members should bring money for the food basket and bring a neighbor or guest.

Learn about healing in Oxford

OXFORD – Dancing Trees Lodge Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to the well-being of the community, invites the public to attend a Feel Better Free Day starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 13.

Visitors will be able to have a massage, try a Reiki session, have their cards read, learn about crystal healing, sound therapy and other alternative healing methods. Local healers will offer 20- to 30-minute free sessions and snacks will be provided.

The lodge is located at 15 Cotton Lane. For more information or to make an appointment, contact the lodge at 539-2670 or 415-7315 or e-mail [email protected]

Maloney family holds reunion

SOUTH PORTLAND – Michael and Linda Eastman hosted the second annual Maloney family reunion at the United Methodist Church on Elm Street on Oct. 16.

The descendants of James Maloney and Marion Bryant Maloney of Camden gathered for the second time after being reunited through genealogical research.

Their only survived child of six, Edward Daley of Dixfield, spent time with the children of his oldest sister Peggy: Michael Eastman, Donna LaVoice, Marilyn Bourbeau and Carol Smith.

The Maloney daughter, Mary, had three daughters, Cate, Colleen and Sally, present. Their families also joined them. The youngest Maloney daughter, Colleen, was represented by her daughter, Genie, and Genie’s daughter, Meg. The families had a luncheon, family stories and pictures.

Church sponsors Oxford craft sale

OXFORD – The Oxford Seventh-Day Adventist Church will sponsor a craft sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21. Anyone who would like to rent a table for $10 is asked to call 674-2343. In case of a snowstorm, the sale will be held on Friday, Nov. 26.

Committee met for Crime Watch

HARTFORD – The Hartford Crime Watch Committee met on Oct. 20 when Sgt. James Miclon of the Oxford County Sheriff’s Department answered questions.

The group discussed what steps need to be taken next in continuing to organize and meet regularly. It was reported that the committee has 15 Crime Watch signs to be put up throughout the community.

The group will schedule a date in November to start putting up the Crime Watch signs. Members hope to meet with District Attorney Norman Croteau in December to get answers to many crime watch questions.

The committee will announce the date of the next meeting as soon as they are finalized.

Anyone interested in joining the committee may contact the Town Office for more information.


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