POLAND – The annual meeting of the directors and officers of the Pine Grove Cemetery Corp. of Poland will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1, in the parish rooms of the Poland Community Church. All lot owners are members of the corporation and are encouraged to attend.

Brothers Night

AUBURN – Liberty Rebekah Lodge 94 will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, May 2, at the Odd Fellows Hall, 50 Elm St., for a luncheon-style supper preceding the 7 p.m. meeting.

Friendship Night, Guest Officers and Brothers Night will be observed. Members of Fidelity Rebekah Lodge 4 of Auburn, Colfax Rebekah Lodge 27 of Mechanic Falls, Nina Rebekah Lodge 86 of Lisbon and Abou Ben Adhem 23 IOOF, have received special invitations. All Rebekahs are welcome.

This month’s project is Camp NEOFA in Montville. It is a camp for children between the ages of 8 and 14 and is sponsored by Rebekahs and Odd Fellows of the Northeast Odd Fellows Association. It is has been in operation for 40 years. Donations received at the meeting will be sent to its campership fund.

Club anniversary

AUBURN – The First Auburn Seniors Club will observe its 42nd anniversary on Wednesday, May 4, at a buffet dinner at Martindale Country Club. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and the meal will be served at noon. Entertainment will be provided by Kathy Haley and Phil House.

The club met April 20 at Hasty Community Center with President Betty Hebert conducting the meeting. Treasurer Gerry Brushwein reported on the recent food auction and announced the full menu for the anniversary dinner. A new member, Herbert Bryant, was introduced and Anne Nichols was welcomed after a long absence.

Trip Chairwoman Joyce Poole reminded all about future trips, and she is planning additional ones to be announced. Those having birthdays in April were recognized with the “Birthday Song” played by club pianist Kay DeBurra. Attendance winners were Beverly Lashua and Kay DeBurra; pot of gold, Clare Haskell, Grace Daniels and Anne Nichols. A lasagna dinner was held followed by bingo.

Group to elect

AUBURN – The annual meeting of the corporators of the Chapman House will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 9, at Rolandeau’s Restaurant for the purpose of electing officers and a board of trustees and for the transaction of other business that may come before the meeting.

Advisory meeting

LEWISTON – The Parent Advisory Group for Child Development Services, Androscoggin County, will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 26, in the Advocates for Children office on the second floor of the B Street Community Center on Birch Street.

The group’s primary purpose is to determine what has been successful for parents in working with CDS and what they have concerns about. Other topics for discussion/information will be available on getting a child ready for entering school and general information on disabilities. Childcare can be provided on a request basis only. To RSVP, call 784-1645 or email at [email protected]

Cribbage winners

WINTHROP – Bill Rodzen announces the results of the 18th annual Cribbage Championship held recently at the Winthrop Congregational Church. There were 26 players in the competition.

Winning the first-place trophy was Peggy Dumond of Winthrop. She was a first-time player in the tourney. The second-place trophy went to Mike Hersom and third was won by Penny Guyaz, both of whom have been in the top three spots before. They are from Winthrop.

There were four students in the competition and the top student was Brian Berner of Augusta, who won a container of homemade fudge. Also winning a container of fudge was Helen Scott of Winthrop, who was the recipient of the loser’s prize. The door prize, a container of pansies, was won by Dick Leighton of Gardiner.


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