CNA training offered in Paris

PARIS — The Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education will be holding a CNA training class beginning Monday, Sept. 17.

This is a Maine State Certified course and exceeds the 180 hours required by the State of Maine.

Requirements for participants include a reading test, interview session, physical within the last year, immunization records, and the willingness to dedicate time to a 12-week commitment.

Call Jeanna Packard at 207-743-8842, ext. 1538, for information. VA funding will be approved and scholarships and other funding will be available to eligible students. 

Salway speaks to Hebron Society

HEBRON — Author Norma Salway of Portland recently recounted her book “The Attic and Me” to the Hebron Historical Society.

She reflected on the numerous artifacts in the old boxes, tins and suitcases found in the attic of her Albany homestead. From her father’s syrup tins and tools to her mother’s patchwork quilts and various work aprons, each item had a story to tell about the owner.

Her stories examined the ways of stimulating child’s development through “making do” in the less technical era of the 1940s.

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