AUBURN – The Auburn-Lewiston Art and Literature Club will meet at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14, at the Woman’s Literary Union, 19 Elm St.

Hostess is Ginney Gagne; assistant hostesses, Jackie O’Donnell, Jackie Daunis and Mildred Dumais.

Sister Maureen Hurley of the Wisdom Center will discuss Wisdom for Women and Wisdom’s Center of Lewiston, a drop-in place for women. The center is staffed by Srs. Irene Arsenault, Mona Guerrette and Maureen Hurley, members of the Congregation of the Daughters of Wisdom.

The center, in creating a place of safety, meaning and hope for women, offers them an opportunity to discover and affirm their own strength and wisdom.

Sister Hurley will explain how the center got its name, what Wisdom means to her and her sisters and what Wisdom can be for all women.

Sister Hurley, a native of Long Island, N.Y., has spent much of her life as a teacher of music and religion. She also spent a number of years in retreat ministry. Before coming to Lewiston in 1999 to help establish the center, she spent 12 years on the staff of St. Raphael’s Parish in Kittery.


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