Teen Scene

MEXICO – The Teen Scene at the Mexico Rec Center will be open from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10. Dance Dance Revolution, air hockey, foosball, ping-pong, pool, board games and snacks are available.

Pie sale

CANTON – A pie sale is being sponsored by Ponemah Rebekah Lodge 28. Those interested can order by Saturday, Nov. 19, for pick up from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Nov. 23. Mince, chicken and pecan pies cost $8; apple, pumpkin, lemon and chocolate cream cost $6. To order, call Doris at 597-2541 or Dot at 597-2175.

Networking meet

RUMFORD – The next Community Networking meeting, sponsored by the River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition, is scheduled for noon Thursday, Nov. 17, in the Community Room of Scrappers DoMaine.

Christina Dingus, investment specialist for Bangor Securities, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bangor Savings Bank, will present a brief seminar on retirement savings. There will also be updates on other local organizations’ community activities.

For more information, contact the Healthy Communities at 364-7408.

Holiday tree

CANTON – A memorial holiday tree is being sponsored by the Ponemah Rebekah Lodge 28. Light a bulb in memory of a loved one for $2 a bulb per name. The tree will be lit from Nov. 24 to Dec. 31. For more information, call Doris at 597-2541.

Society supper

CARTHAGE – The Carthage Historical Society will meet for a 5:30 p.m. potluck supper Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the museum. Two antique car experts, Laverne Burt of Windham and Richard Fraser of Poland, will provide the program.

Burt has been involved with antique autos for more than 40 years and has organized antique auto tours throughout the United States. His most recent venture was a tour that included 25 pre-1916 autos last summer in Maine.

Fraser authored the book, “A History of Maine-Built Automobiles,” and has been a collector of rare antique cars for 40 years. He will share his hobby. All who are interested in antique cars are welcome to attend.

Church fair

RUMFORD – The Rumford United Methodist Church, Linnell Street, will have the annual fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. Available will be baked goods, knitted items and crafts, attic treasures, jewelry, Red Hat items, coffee, luncheon, a silent auction and a pie auction. Christmas trees may be ordered. For more information, call 364-2617.


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