CPR, first aid class planned

OXFORD — There will be a CPR and first aid class at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Oxford Public Safety Building.

Participants will learn basic first aid, adult, child and infant CPR and the use of an AED. On completion of the one-day class, they will receive a two-year certification in accordance with the American Heart Association. This certificate course is accepted for day/child care providers, loggers, guides, teachers and any other non-healthcare-related professions.

Participants should call to confirm the date.

Groups may also request to schedule a class at their convenience. Healthcare BLS CPR re-certifications are done as needed one-on-one by contacting Oxford Fire and Rescue Capt. Patty Hesse.

The next scheduled class is 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016.

FMI: 207-671-4460.

Historical Society party, meeting

OXFORD — The Oxford Historical Society and Kay House Museum will meet at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, at 73 Pleasant St.

This will be the last meeting of the season and will include the annual holiday party. Entertainment is being provide by Paul Dube.

The public is invited to join. Those attending should bring a new, unwrapped gift for the annual Christmas for Kids Program.

There will also be the “Cookie Walk,” for which all donations of funds and gifts will be donated to the Christmas for Kids Program and delivered by “Santa Visits Oxford,” serving the Oxford Hills Community.

Cookie walk, sale Dec. 5

FARMINGTON — A cookie walk and white elephant sale will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at Henderson Memorial Baptist Church for Chester Greenwood Day.

A luncheon will take place at 11:30 a.m. and includes beef stew, fish chowder, French onion soup, homemade bread, beverages, and gingerbread with whipped cream.

Cost is $7.

All are welcome.

Greenwood Day luncheon Dec. 5

FARMINGTON — An annual Chester Greenwood Day luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at Henderson Memorial Baptist Church on Academy Street.

The menu includes beef stew, fish chowder, french onion soup, homemade bread and gingerbread with whipped cream. Tickets are $7.

A cookie walk begins at 8 a.m. at the church. Home baked cookies along with popcorn balls and fudge will be available.

The church will also sponsor a white elephant table which will offer Christmas items and decorations for sale.

Proceeds from the meal, cookie walk and other sales will benefit church expenses.

All are welcome.

Keep Me Warm Supper planned

FARMINGTON — The December Keep Me Warm Supper will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Fayette Central School.

The menu will feature beans, casseroles, salads and desserts. The supper will include food and raffles.

Those who can make something for the supper should call 207-685-3886 or 207-685-4138.

Christmas fair planned Dec. 5

BETHEL — The annual Christmas fair and tea at West Parish Congregational Church will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at 32 Church St.

Crafts, attic treasures and homemade baked goods will be available.

FMI: 207-824-2689, [email protected], www.bethelcongregationalchurch.org.

Harrison church offering Christmas buffet

HARRISON — The United Parish Congregational Church of Harrison and North Bridgton will celebrate Christmas in Harrison with a buffet breakfast at the Old Mill Tavern from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5.

The menu will include scrambled eggs, pancakes, hash brown potatoes, sausage, fresh, fruit, muffins, coffee cake, juice, coffee, and tea.

Donations will be accepted. Deacons will use the money to buy gift cards to Hannaford for Harrison residents in need, and for assistance in paying fuel and electric bills.

Those who wish to donate but are unable to attend the breakfast may mail checks to: United Parish, P.O. Box 95, Harrison, ME 04040. Checks should be marked “Deacons Fund.”

Bridge club lists results

OXFORD — Oxford Hills Duplicate Bridge Club has announced the winners of the Nov. 20 Mitchell movement. 

Finishing first N/S flight A were Mike Newsom and Misha Tomic; second, Hazel Glazier and Marta Clement; third, Cynthia and Bill Clifford Jr., who also were first in flight B; and fourth, Pat Quinn and Dick Allen. Second in flight B were Cindy and Bob Kirchherr, who also were first in flight C; and third, Denny Raymond and Milt McKeen Jr., who also were second in flight C.

Finishing first in flight A E/W were Neenie Kivus and David Lock; second, Norma and Rick Verrill, who also were first in flight B; third, Nancy Farmer and Luke Merry; fourth were Elaine Dresser and Arlen Riis, who also were second in B and first in flight C. Third in B were B.J. and Steve Cavicchi, who also were second in C, fourth in B were Linda Smith and Jack Neal, who also were third in C.

The club’s Christmas party will be held Friday, Dec. 18, during the game that day.

Games are played at 9:15 a.m. Fridays at the recreation building on King Street. 

FMI: 207-754-9153, 207-783-4153, [email protected]

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