FARMINGTON – A community luncheon at Henderson Memorial Baptist Church on Academy Street will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, at the church. The meals are offered at no charge, donations accepted. All are welcome.

The menu will include a chicken casserole (chicken pie without the crust), mashed potatoes, coleslaw, homemade biscuits and gingerbread with topping.

For more information, people should call the church office at 778-2163 or Dot Bryant at 778-4608.

Karate classes

RANGELEY – USA Goju Karate classes will be offered by Rangeley Adult and Community Education. The classes, for adults only, will begin on Monday, Feb. 28, and will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.

The classes are comprised of kata, sparring and self-defense forms. The class can reduce stress, increase fitness and build self-confidence.

The cost is $30 a month. Uniforms are a separate cost of $15 and $20 according to size. They may be ordered at the time of registration.

The instructor will be Greg Lambert. Those wanting more information can call the Adult Education Office at 865-3311, ext. 114.

Society speaker

LIVERMORE FALLS – Everett Barnard, retired bridge maintenance engineer, Maine Department of Transportation, will speak at the Tuesday, Feb. 22, meeting of the Livermore-Livermore Falls Historical Society.

The business meeting will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Bunton American Legion Hall on Reynolds Avenue. The program will follow at 2.

Barnard will show slides of area bridges. He has been interested in preserving the old wooden covered bridges for many years. He contributed to Joseph D. Conwill’s picture book “Maine Covered Bridges.”

Guests are welcome. Anyone wanting more information can call Muriel Bowerman, president, at 897-4695.

Church supper

NEW SHARON – The Women’s Society of the New Sharon United Methodist Church will sponsor a public baked bean/casserole supper from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, at the church. The menu will include chop suey, molded salads, cole slaw, hot rolls, pie and coffee. Meal prices are $6 adults, $2 for children under 12.

Plan reunion

JAY – Members of the Jay High School class of 1955 who are interested in helping plan the class’ 50th reunion are invited to a second meeting to help finalize the plans. The gathering will take place at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 3, at the home of Joyce Couture.

All interested class members are invited to help in planning the special event. In case of bad weather, the meeting will take place on the following day, March 4, at the same time. For more information, contact Couture at 897-2670.

Youth supper

WELD – The Youth Group of the Weld Congregational Church will sponsor a baked bean supper from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, at the Weld Town Hall. There will also be entertainment. All proceeds will go to the tsunami victims. Cost is $5 for adults and $3.50 for children under 12.

Bowling results

WILTON – Bowling results for the Monday Niters on Feb. 7 at Meadow Lanes were as follows:

Team standings: Runaways 116-60, Giddy Up Go 96-80, Drag Ins 95-81, Lucky Balls 95-81, Farm Girls 93-83, Spare Change 91-85, Strikettes 82-94, Missing Pins 77-99, Just For Kix 76-100, AlleyKats 55-121.

Individual high series scratch: Belinda Maillet 539, Gale McDonald 487, Celia Flint 480, Roxanne Grant 470, Monty Tyler 469.

High series handicap: Belinda Maillet 686, Faye Marquis 658, Gale McDonald 649, Mary Hutchinson 647, Shirley Hutchins 646.

High game scratch: Belinda Maillet 198, Cindy Mitchell 183, Celia Flint 175, Gale McDonald 175, Monty Tyler 174.

High game handicap: Belinda Maillet 247, Linda Davis 244, Faye Marquis 236, Cindy Mitchell 233, Darlene Lilley 233.

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