Gray Congregational Church Bean Supper Schedule

We’ll still include reminders in our monthly bills, but if you’re a planner….. here is the Bean Supper schedule for the First Congregational Church in Gray for the entire year. As always, supper includes baked beans, casseroles, salads, and homemade breads & desserts. Suppers are held at the church on Rt. 115 in Gray at 5 PM on the following Saturdays: January 28    February 25 March 25 April 22 May 27 June 24 July 22… Read more »

OTELCO Brings Free Computer Classes to Shoreham VT.

Thanks to the Platt Memorial Library, and Director Abby Adams, we have made arrangements to underwrite basic computer classes so that our subscribers can take the class at no charge. The Very, Very Basics is being offered on Monday, December 5th from 7 – 8:30 pm and covers parts and process, mystifying computer vocabulary, basic mouse skills, and a basic understanding of safe computer usage. Internet and Email will be offered on December 19th and… Read more »

Bonny Eagle Scholarship Drive

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RECYCLE AND SUPPORT OUR SCHOLARSHIP! The Buxton Garden Club is collecting all INKJET cartridges and any working or broken CELL PHONES to fund a scholarship for a Bonny Eagle High School senior. Collection boxes in the town of Buxton are located at the Buxton Recycling Center, Buxton Town Hall, West Buxton Library, and the Bar Mills Post Office. Boxes in Hollis are at the Salmon Falls Library, Hollis Town Hall and Hollis Center Library. here… Read more »

The Season is Upon Us…. Can you believe it?

Town Christmas Celebrations Abound New Gloucester, ME Upper Village Christmas Tree Lighting (Upper Village Street, New Gloucester) is held the first Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 26th, at 5:00 p.m. Historical Society and Public Library Annual Tree Lighting (385 Intervale Road, New Gloucester) is held the first Sunday after Thanksgiving, November 27th, at 4:30 p.m.   The lighting of “Tiny Timber” is one of the highlights along with music of the season, refreshments and open houses at the Historical… Read more »