First Auburn Seniors to meet 

AUBURN — The First Auburn Senior Citizens will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 11 a.m. for a regular meeting and a cookie raffle. Bingo will be played after lunch. Those attending should bring cookies for the raffle.

The board meeting will be at 10 a.m.

Tickets must be purchased for the Thanksgiving dinner to be held on Friday, Nov. 15, at the Carriage House in Lewiston.

There were 53 members present at the last meeting. Attendance winners were Brenda Brann and Ronnie Berry; 50/50, Bob Bell, Carol Layton and Irene Frasier; pot-of-gold, Lydia Martineau, Roger St. Pierre and Joanne Adams; Halloween costume winners, first, Sarah Therriault; second, Brenda Brann; third Stan Harmon. Winner of the dolls was Evelyn Sawin.

Retired educators to meet

LEWISTON — The Androscoggin Retired Educators’ Association will meet at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Ramada Inn, Pleasant Street.

A roast pork dinner with cake and ice cream will be available at a cost of $11.

Gina and Roger Fuller will be featured speakers, showing slides of their recent trip to Israel.

Members are collecting nonperishable food items, and money to be donated to a local food pantry.

Dues are still being collected: $10 for educators and $6 for noneducator spouses. They need not have taught in Androscoggin County or in the state.

Send lunch reservations to Hugh and Grace Keene, 179 Cook St., Auburn, ME 04210.

Pantry seeks book donations

AUBURN — The High Street Food Pantry is seeking donations of children’s books for infants through teens.

Donations may be brought to the Auburn United Methodist Church, at 439 Park Ave.

FMI, donate: 207-782-3972.


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