Church service

OTISFIELD – The East Otisfield Free Baptist Church, Rayville Road, will hold Sunday services at 10 a.m. The minister, the Rev. Gertrude DeCoteau, is on a sick leave, but the Sunday services are continuing. Church members, with the leadership of Deacon Pattie Dyer-Haggety, who delivers the message, are keeping the Sunday service functioning.

Dyer-Haggety has music planned for some of the Sundays. Lonnie Wescott and Kyle Jordan will provide music. Anyone wanting more information may call Dyer-Haggety at 627-6950.

Supper, dance

PARIS – A sweetheart supper and dance will be held Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Legion Hall, Church Street, South Paris. A ham supper will be served from 5 to 6 p.m. and dance from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., with music by the Country Ladds. Tickets for both are $10; supper, $7; dance, $5. Proceeds will benefit area veterans.

Seek nominations

BERLIN, N.H. -The Coos County Family Health Service board of directors is seeking nominations for the Sylvia Evans Citizenship Award. The award is presented annually to a woman in the community who has made an outstanding contribution to the quality of life and well-being of women and families in the North Country.

Any group or individual wishing to make a nomination may do so by sending a written description of the nominee’s contributions (with an emphasis on volunteer activities), along with the nominee’s name, address and telephone number, to Coos County Family Health Services Attn: Sylvia Evans Award Committee, 54 Willow St., Berlin, NH 03570. The deadline is March 6.

Bridge play

NORWAY – The Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge Club met Feb. 9 in the Fare Share Commons when a three-table Howell movement was played. Finishing first in Flight A were Ashley Bies and Luke Merry, with Carol Curran and Suzanne Andrews second. They were first in Flight B. Second were Bev Pelletier and Bev Dolan.

There will be another game Friday, Feb. 16, and all bridge players are welcome. A partner is guaranteed. For information, call Les Buzzell at 783-4153, or e-mail [email protected]

Has chapel

WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Historical Society Museum has a chapel on its premises at one time.

A number of years ago the Willing Workers, then in charge of the South Woodstock Church, donated the church furniture to the society. It included the minister’s chairs, the pulpit, two large Bibles and the organ. Curator Larry Billings later donated a cross and two candlesticks.


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