Beth’s House Committee has received $5,000 from Modern Woodmen of America for construction of a home for Beth Coffin of West Paris and her family. So far, more than $30,000 has been raised to benefit the 24-year-old disabled woman. In front, from left, are Bonnie Coffin and her daughter Beth Coffin; back row, committee member Kim Marie Myhre, and Dawn Minigell and Kim Pelkey of Modern Woodmen of America. Tax-deductible donations may be made to “Beth’s House Account” at any branch of the Norway Savings Bank or to Community Concepts Inc., Market Square, South Paris, ME 04281.