Cribbage league results

LEWISTON — Cribbage results for the Lewiston Senior Cribbage League for the week of Dec 6 are:

First place, Bob Cielinski and Stan Tetenman; second place, Hope Hughes and Bob Tremblay; third place, Mickie Farnum and Terry Parent; fourth place, Chanel Leblanc and Roger St. Pierre; and fifth place, Leo Bergeron and Cecile Bussiere.

Seniors meeting, annual Christmas dinner

AUBURN — The First Auburn Seniors group met at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the Senior Community Center, 48 Pettengill Park Road.

The annual Christmas dinner will be held at the Green Ladle in Lewiston. The cost of the meal is $12, doors open at 10:30 a.m. Those who haven’t bought tickets yet and want to attend should contact Frank Pippin at 207-212-8540. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Maine-ly Harmony will perform after the meal.


At the meeting the following winners were drawn: attendance, Carmela Hewitt and Roger St. Pierre; Pot of Gold, Bea Brooks, Pat Donahue and Deloras Danforth; and 50/50, Dianna Pippin, Carol LePage and Donna Brown. 

Seniors 55 or older are welcome to join. Meetings are first and third Wednesday of the month except holidays or for school cancellations. Dues are $5 annually.

For more information, contact Cindy Larrabee, president, at 207-345-9533.

Weary club to hold monthly meeting

NORWAY — The Norway Weary Club will hold its monthly meeting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Weary Club building.

Members and their guests are invited to share coffee, donuts and conversation. There will be no meetings in January or February; The March meeting will be held as dictated by weather conditions.


More tax prep volunteers needed 

NORWAY — For over 10 years, free income tax preparation and electronic filing has been available at the Norway Public Library for low- to moderate-income residents of Norway, South Paris and surrounding towns. This free program is presented by AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, and more volunteers are needed this tax season.

Volunteers will prepare and file electronically both federal and state income tax returns as well as answering a variety of questions. Return preparation includes assisting those who only needed to file a state of Maine return to receive Property Tax Fairness credit or the Sales Tax Credit, or both. Volunteers will be reimbursed for mileage.

The program is available to low to moderate income tax payers or all ages, with special attention to those 50 and over. There is no requirement that someone be a member of AARP in order to take advantage of this program or to volunteer.

For more information about the program or to volunteer, contact District Coordinator Joan Jagolinzer at or visit

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