The AFCI Resource Directory, a valuable guide to all kinds of services available locally and throughout the state, can be accessed through our website or you may request a pdf copy.

N2N (Neighbor to Neighbor) Rides Program: call our service number (below) for a ride to medical appointments or for shopping, educational or social outings.

Walk the Gym will not be available on March 7, 9, or 14 and will resume on Thursday, March 16.

We are so lucky to live in a community that offers tremendous events of all kinds. For more information on what’s going on, visit these websites or find them on Facebook. And remember, you may get an N2N ride to any of them – just call our service number (below).

Bethel Chamber of Commerce “Events” (
Hooray for the variety and quality of new offerings from the Bethel Library and new Director Kelcy Boles
( On the right panel, click on “Calendar and Recent Events.”)
Linda Howe’s column in this newspaper.
Classes at the Senior College: (Contact us to request a digital course bulletin.)
Adult Ed: Zumba and More in the Chair (
A wide variety of technology classes – all free! Instructor-led, in-person classes at Telstar Adult Ed. and Bethel Library) – also available online. For more information and to register: You may also register on a paper copy at the Library or call Telstar at 824-2136, ext. 1340.

Soups On! Wednesday, March 15, 11-1 at the Bethel Methodist Church, followed by board games.
Community Suppers – last Wednesday of the month, 4:30-6, Bethel Alliance Church.
Conversation, coffee, and a bagel or doughnut, Thursdays, 9-noon, Bethel Alliance Church.
Movies: The Gem Theater (
Bethel Food Pantry: Every week on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, 9-11.

AARP: “Hearing loss doesn’t just mean an older adult needs to turn up the TV. It’s been linked to a range of health problems, including dementia.” (
Need help preparing your taxes? AARP has wonderful resources (

For more information on the new Medicare caps on all prescription drugs and the newly announced reduction on insulin prices (
And … don’t we all want to be better grandparents? AARP has tips (especially about babies)

All AFCI services are free. To request an N2N ride or other service: 207-824-4444. For information, inquiries, and suggestions – email: [email protected], visit our Facebook page or website, We love hearing from you!

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