100 Years Ago: 1921

The Stick-to it Club will give a complimentary Bird evening in the Greene Town Hall on Monday evening. They have fortunately secured Rev. A. E. Wilson of Boston to give a Bird talk. Mr. Wilson stops on his way home from a lecture given in Belfast on a previous evening. There will be songs of a very attractive nature by the school children. The girls plan to serve ice cream to help defray the expenses but the entertainment will be free.

50 Years Ago: 1971

The Hungry Holly Hustlers Snowmobile Club of South Paris met Wednesday to complete plans for a supper to show appreciation to the landowners who allow trails to be maintained across their property. The property owners will be honored at a ham supper to be held at the South Paris Fire Station on April 24 at 6:30 p.m. A speaker will entertain the group before the club holds its business session and election of officers.

25 Years Ago: 1996

The Feminist Network of Western Maine and the Farmington chapter of the National Organization for Women are now accepting nominations for the 1997 Windows on Women Calendar. The calendar honors local women and girls by highlighting their lives in print. The public is welcome to send a brief letter with suggestions for a person or persons to be included in the calendar to Jeanne Bruce, Temple, ME. 04984. The letter should contain the name, address and telephone number of the person being recommended, as well as a brief summary of the candidate’s achievements. Girls and women from high school age through senior citizen status will be considered.

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