Garden club to see Wilton garden

WILTON — Mt. Blue Area Garden Club members and guests will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17, at Tom Saviello’s garden, 60 Applegate Lane.

Saviello’s home is in the middle of the old Keene Morrison apple orchard, which acts as a backdrop for his gardens, blueberry bushes, strawberry patch, raspberry plants and cherry, peach and apricot trees. The apples and flowers are all past winners at the Farmington Fair.

The meeting will begin with a tour of the gardens. Hostesses Marion Hutchinson, Becky Morin and Theda Fairbanks will provide light desserts. Those attending should bring a lawn chair, bag lunch and a plant to swap. This meeting is open to the public.

For more information, contact 207-778-4158.

Ecuador talk planned in Albany 

ALBANY — Brianna Douglass will share her experiences in Quito, Ecuador, when she presents “A Day in the Life of a Home-grown World Traveler.” 

The talk will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, at Albany Town House at the intersection of Vernon Street and Hunts Corner Road.

‘Tropical’ blood drive planned

BETHEL — The Parrot Head Club of Maine is hosting the annual July blood drive from 1 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 18, in the gym at Telstar High School, 248 Walkers Mills Road, Route 2.

The club will transform the gym into a tropical village, including offering a tiki bar serving virgin, frozen drinks. 

Skeet shooting at fish and game

WATERFORD — Recreational skeet shooting is held at 1 p.m. Saturdays and 9 a.m. Thursdays at the Waterford Fish & Game Association, Route 118.

The public is welcome and should bring a shotgun and ammo. The cost is $3 a round of 25 targets.

For more information, call 207-583-2268.

Church seeks donations for sale

NORWAY — Friends and members of the Second Congregational Church, U.C.C., at 205 Main St. are accepting donations for the annual yard sale Aug. 25.

Items needed are new and gently used furniture, small appliances, kitchen items, giftware, pots and pans, dishes, lamps, toys, baby equipment, puzzles, games, Christmas items, sports equipment, boats, tractors, bicycles and kitchen sinks.

Large appliances, clothes, computer monitors and televisions will not be accepted.

The church is open from 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday through Friday. Other times may be scheduled in advance by calling the church office 207-743-2290.

Donations may be placed in the parsonage barn through the ramp door off the church parking lot. Books should be placed in the church building at the bottom of the indoor ramp. Text books and encyclopedias are not accepted. Large furniture should also be placed in the church building at the bottom of the indoor ramp.

Proceeds will support the many missions of the church.

For information about a donation, call the church office at 207-743-2290. 


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