Easton Happy Days Senior Citizens enjoy hotdog roast

17 years ago

The Easton Happy Days Senior Citizens Club held their annual hotdog roast on Thursday, July 26, at the West Ridge Manor rec room. Because of the heat it was decided that they would not go to the ATV picnic grounds as planned.     Those attending were: Edith Fuller, Lindy Fowler, Dottie Beaton, Marie Hewitt, Clair and Eldora Carter, Avis Hume, Glenice Craig, Ailene Embleton, Ida Doak, Rena Richardson, Vera Cullins, Eslie Smith, Joanne Johnson and Margery Niblett. Some of the group stayed after dinner to play games in the cool of the rec room.
Marie Hewitt attended a family reunion at the home of Percy and Gladys Keegan in Fort Fairfield the weekend of July 21-22. Former Easton residents there were: Delores Keegan Woodworth and husband, Richard, of Lyman; Dana Dorsey of Bangor and his sisters, Joanne and Pat and husband of Belfast and Stockton Springs.
Congratulations to Breanna White for being chosen as first runner-up to Miss Potato Blossom Queen at the Maine Potato Blossom Pageant on July 21.
Our sympathy goes out to the family of 88-year-old Flora Adams who passed away on July 24, at a Caribou health care facility after several weeks of failing health. Flora was a graduate of Fort Fairfield High School in the class of 1936. She was also a graduate of the Eastern School of Beauty Culture in Bangor. She had her own beauty shop in her home for several years. Flora belonged to the Order of the Eastern Star, Good Will Chapter No. 85 of Fort Fairfield. Her husband, Milford “Mike” Adams, predeceased her in 1997 as well as three brothers: Delmar, Harold and Preston Jenkins; and one granddaughter, Natalie Adams. Flora is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Suzanne Adams, in Easton; and one daughter, Ann Adams, also of Easton. She has two grandsons, Clinton and Cameron Adams of Easton; and one great grandson, Mason Adams, Clinton and Kristie’s son. She was buried at Estes Park Cemetery in Easton with only a family graveside service.
Those who wish to remember her may do so to the charity of one’s choice.