AUBURN – Robin Dow Senior Citizens will meet at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 23, at the Alden M. Gayton Post 31 at 426 Washington St.

An Easter dinner will be served under the direction of Lucien Marcoux, and members should bring their own cups. The dinner will consist of baked ham with pineapple and raisin sauce, whipped potatoes, glazed carrots, bread and butter and dessert.

Following the meeting and dinner, bingo will be played.

The club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, and new members are welcome. There are no restrictions as to residency.

Final lecture

LEWISTON – The final program in the Lenten Lecture and Luncheon series will be held after the noon Mass Wednesday, March 23, at St. Joseph’s Church.

The Rev. Stephen F. Concannon will be the speaker at the event to be held in the parish hall.

Concannon graduated from Boston College in 1960 and received his STL degree from St. Mary’s Seminary and University in 1964. After serving 10 years at the Chancery as vice chancellor and secretary to the bishop, he served successively as pastor at St. Joseph’s, Bridgton; St. Joseph’s, Lewiston; St. Maxmilian Kolbe, Scarborough; and St. Charles Borromeo, Brunswick. He also serves as chairman of the Continuing Education of the Clergy for the Diocese of Portland.

Science fair

LEWISTON – Enrollment open house and a science fair will be held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 23, at Central Maine Christian Academy, 390 Main St. Snow date will be March 24. Those wanting details should call 777-0007.

Grange meeting

AUBURN – Danville Junction Grange 165 will meet at the hall at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 24. The program will be titled “March Madness.” Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting. All members and guests are welcome.

Fishing derby

LISBON – The annual Beaver Park Fishing Derby will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday, May 1, at the Middle Pond. All participants must be 15 or younger, and parents must accompany the children.

Parents who will help small children fish do need a valid fishing license. Registration for the derby will be the morning of May 1 and the event is free. Prizes will be awarded. For more information, call 353-9075 to speak with Park Ranger Verla Brooks.

Seeking members

LEWISTON – The Kiwanis Club of Auburn/Lewiston is seeking new members.

Among other projects, Kiwanians support key clubs, scholarships, Longley School books and reading, museum passes through the Auburn and Lewiston libraries and eye glasses for children. The club meets at noon Wednesdays at the Ramada Inn, 490 Pleasant St.

Those wishing more information should call Roy Ulrickson at 782-9654 or Patti Gagne at 783-4529.

Bridge play

LEWISTON – The Lewiston-Auburn Duplicate Bridge Club met on March 15 at the Multi-Purpose Center. Flight A winners were: first, Doug and Betty Sise; second, Les Buzzell and Nancy Lindgren; tied at third, Charles Bartlett and Allie Boyer with Martine Begert and Mary Leahey.

Flight B winners were: first, Doug and Betty Sise; second, Charles Bartlett and Allie Boyer.

The quarterly club championship game will be held on Tuesday, March 22, at the center. A partner is guaranteed.

The club also met on March 16 at Schooner Estates in Auburn. Winners were: first, Ray Sirois and John Hackett; second, Martine Begert and David Lock; third, Sharon Hinckley and Lucille Theriault. The quarterly club championship game will be held on March 23 at Schooner Estates.

For further information and/or a partner, call Theriault at 783-0431.

Business session

AUBURN – “Introduction to E-Commerce” will be presented on Thursday, March 24, by the Maine Small Business Development Center and Women’s Business Center.

Participants will learn what is involved in selling products and services on the Web, as well as how the Internet and Web sites really work.

The sessions will cover what developing a site entails and ways to assess whether or not a Web site is appropriate for a business, as well as what type of site is most appropriate for each business owner.

Those interested can register online at www.ceimaine.org/calendar.html. The session will be held at the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments, 125 Manley Road. Cost is $10. For more information, call 882-7552 or e-mail [email protected]

Bridge results

NEW GLOUCESTER – The New Gloucester Bridge Club met at the Masonic Hall recently where a five-table Howell Movement game was played.

Finishing tied for first were Gwen Wood and Mary Ryder with Darcy Page and Anil Goswami; tied for third, Linda Leotsakos and Audrey Burns with Doug and Betty Sise.

No game will be held March 27 due to Easter Sunday. There will be no game the following week due to sectional tournament in Augusta.

The club will meet again at 12:45 p.m. Sunday, April 10, at the Masonic Hall, intersection of Routes 100 and 231. A partner is guaranteed. For information, call Les Buzzell 783-4153 or cell 754-9153.

School concerts

POLAND – School Union 29, which includes the towns of Poland, Mechanic Falls, Minot and Raymond, is celebrating Music in Our Schools Month with two concerts, the first an instrumental concert on Tuesday, March 22, and the second, a choral concert on Thursday, March 24. Both will be held at the Poland Regional High School gym at 7 p.m.

All the elementary bands and choruses, as well as the middle school and high school bands and choruses will combine for a night of music. Admission is free.


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