NORWAY — President Thelma Denlinger presided at the June meeting of Stone-Smart American Legion Auxiliary 82.
The charter was draped in memory of Bernice Robbins. Ellen Snow reported that she has donated $2,640 in items for needy families and individuals. She also made donations to town recreation and the Responsible Pet Care Shelter.
Lucille Allen reported that she has put together five baskets for the Ways and Means Committee to be raffled off at the department convention in Bangor. Members voted to purchase raffle tickets to help support Ways and Means. Denlinger appointed Supper Committee chairwomen.
Awards Committee reported the Stone-Smart Award went to Laura Courcy; Stone-Smart Marion Millett Award, Krystal Coffin; Myra Stevens Award, Sarah Prestia.
The unit is working on plans with post members for a yard sale on Saturday, July 18, at Great Scott Storage.
Members will begin, at the September meeting, to help service personnel who are in Iraq and Afghanistan and their families. The Americanism chairman obtaining information on some projects.
The meeting was preceded by an old-fashioned picnic supper with Joyce Clifford and Rose Moulton co-chairwomen.
Membership awards were presented to Hazel Raymond, 40 years; Arlene Hobbs, 20 years; Phyllis Adams and Marie Pingree, five years.
Others not present were Adrienne Detlefsen, Carol Labossiere and Janette Perham, five years; Shirley Foster, 10 years; Jane Burbank, Mary Ann Brown, Mary Byron, Priscilla Crosby and Barbara Marshall, 15 years; Christine Abbott and Arlene Hobbs, 20 years; Ethel Labbe, Virginia Luneau, Amy Marshall and Arlene Proctor, 25 years; Judith Abbott, 30 years; and Winona Clark, 60 years.

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