Club speaker

LEWISTON – Terri Cady from the Life Center will speak at the meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Auburn and Lewiston at noon Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the Ramada Inn. Guests are welcome.

The Life Center is a program for young adults with mental retardation that addresses their vocational, social and daily living needs as well as their need for ongoing learning experiences in their community following high school. The program provides the essential bridge between adolescence and adulthood.

For more information on the Kiwanis Club and the speaker, call Craig Phillips at 795-6044.

Grange meeting

AUBURN – Members of Danville Junction Grange will meet at the hall on Friday, Nov. 24, for a 6 p.m. potluck supper. The business meeting will follow at 7. Members are reminded to bring prizes for Bingo, which will be played after the meeting. Everyone welcome.

Advent Tuesdays

AUBURN – Court Street Baptist Church invites the public to its Advent Tuesday noon services. The dates will be Nov. 28, Dec. 5 and 12. Each service will be hosted by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. David Clark. The devotions will be led by the Rev. Dr. Charles Bray on Nov. 28, the Rev. George Wardwell Jr. on Dec. 5 and the Rev. Dr. David Clark on Dec. 12.

Organist for the three services will be Charles Marshall Jr. Each service will feature special music and will be followed by a home-style meal served in the vestry. A donation is requested to cover the cost of food.

Audubon speaker

BRUNSWICK – Merrymeeting Chapter, Maine Audubon, will present Louis Bevier on “Ivory-billed or Pileated?,” an analysis and interpretation of the video recording that was given as conclusive evidence on the existence of the ivory-billed Woodpecker, on Tuesday, Nov. 28, in the Curtis Memorial Library Community Room.

Bevier began watching birds at age 9 when his parents “forced” him to take a class on birding at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. Now a research associate at Colby College and a trip leader for Field Guides, Bevier gained a touch of notoriety this past spring when he joined with David Sibley and others to write a critique of the evidence supporting the rediscovery of the ivory-billed woodpecker.

The 7 p.m. program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Derek Lovitch at 846-8002.

Bridge results

NEW GLOUCESTER – The New Gloucester Duplicate Bridge Club met Nov. 19 in the Masonic Building when a two-and-a-half table Howell movement was played. Finishing first in Flight A were Paul Beegel and Claus Buchthal; second, Martine Begert and Rosemarie Goodwin.

Finishing first in Flight B were Eilene Potvin and Della Starbird. There will be another game on Sunday, Nov. 26. All bridge players are invited. A partner is guaranteed. For information, call Les Buzzell at 783-4153. Attendance must increase by Jan. 1 or the game will be closed.

There will be a beginner’s bridge class at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in South Paris at the end of January.

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