NORWAY – The Norway/Paris Lions Club sponsored a Halloween dance for the Oxford Hills Nite Life organization on Oct. 20. The scary event was held at the Universalist Church Vestry with approximately 75 clients and staff attending.

A band played music for dancing, and the highlight of the evening was a Halloween costume-judging event. Prizes were awarded to winners of several categories, with a trophy being awarded to the winner of the best costume. Judges were Jim and Chris Lamb of Oxford.

A decorated Halloween cake was donated and cookies, carrot cake made by Gert Moody and drinks were served.

The Oxford County Nite Life organization consists of Oxford County residents who are developmentally challenged. The Norway/Paris Lions Club hosts events in an alcohol-free environment with supervision. In order to keep the activities going, community businesses as well as individuals are asked to make donations to cover expenses.

Those can make donations payable to Oxford County Nite Life to Androscoggin Bank, 170 Main St., South Paris, ME 04281. For more information, contact Patty Cornell at 743-2545.

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