LIVERMORE FALLS — GFWC/Livermore Falls Women’s Club held its annual ice cream social recently with banana splits, brownie sundaes, four flavors of ice cream with homemade sauces, nuts and cherries. Members discussed summer activities and made plans for a yard and bake sale to be held in September.

After the social, some members went on a walk through the gardensand a tour of the home of Becky Gould in West Minot. The house is newly built, but in an old colonial style with many materials that would have been used then. The extensive gardens are a result of Gould preferring to be outdoors.

The “Pennies for Penny” drive continues, and the club presented Librarian Penny Brown with two gallon jars of loose change and dollars.

This was the last scheduled meeting of the year. A planning session will be held in August, setting the schedule for the next year. Anyone wishing more information on the women’s club may call 897-2158 or 897-5106.

Roberta Morrell, current president of the Westbrook Women’s Club, and Muriel Bowerman, past president of the Livermore Falls Women’s Club, toured Becky Gould’s gardens.


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