Town News

Priscilla Hobart


Birthdays this coming week: Bill Robinson and James Robinson  on Wednesday, September 18; Barbara Ward on Friday, September 20th.

There will not be a Supper on Saturday, September 20th at the Dennysville Parish Hall.

 Next Saturday, September 28th is the Annual Auction

to be held in the Parish Hall.  Viewing starts at 9:00 a.m., bidding at 10:00 a.m..  Hot dogs, finger foods and drinks will be available.  There is a need for food for the Food Sale at the Auction, Contact Mary for more information about the needs.

Two delegates are needed from the congregation for the Fall Meeting of the Washington County Association of Congregational Churches on Saturday, September 21 at 9 a.m. at the Machiasport Church.  Please let the Pastors know if you are willing to help by representing the congregation in this way.

 On Sunday, September 22 at 1:30 p.m., a hymn sing is being sponsored by the Lubec Congregational Church. Come early and enjoy a Pot Luck Luncheon at the Church.

The Dennysville/Edmunds Congregational Church Sunday School Classes will be starting again on September 22nd.

Librarian Ann Carter announces that the Lincoln Memorial Library has some interesting books written by Maine Authors or about Maine People and places.  “Bailey’s Buff”, “Jerusha’s Tree” and “Come To Tea, William” by Elsie O’Dell. “Dinsmore” have been around a while, but are still good reading.  Along the mystery line is “Solutions: A Maine Medical Mystery’” by Dewey Richards, “Drown the Wind” by Margaret Page Wood,  “Down East: A Maritime History of Maine” by Lincoln P. Paine, and “Wynnefield and Limer” by Robert Litman and others that will entertain a Mainer and others.

Lincoln Memorial Library     Free computer classes in Photoshop for Beginners will be offered on Monday evening, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., beginning on September 23.   Used for editing, organizing and sharing digital snapshots and other images, the software will be available on the Library computers, with information on how to acquire it for personal use.   The class is being offered by Axiom Technologies of  Machias through a grant to encourage the use of computers throughout the area.