Haystack Historical Society to hold annual supper, auction Sept. 8

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The Haystack Historical Society is having their annual supper and auction at the museum Saturday, Sept. 8. Supper will be served at 4:30 p.m. and will include baked ham and all the fixin’s. Adults, $6, children under 12, $3. The auction is open to the public and will start at 6 p.m. All are welcome. Birthdays
Birthday wishes go out to Sheryl Grendell, Nathan McIntosh, Dara Raymond, Harry Carter, Vernie Dean, Carolyn Bernier, Joann Brown, Reese MacFarline, Gordie Boulier, Brenda Wood, Harvey Brown III, Josh Chasse, Taylor Doyen, Jayne Parker, Charles Wilcox, Brian Michaud, Heather Carney, Gertrude Christie, Gary Pendexter, Mark Ireland, Betty Ireland, Harvey Brown V, Mandy Graham, Cole Farley, Dana Dean, Tim Bard, Brett Lovley, Debbie Martin, Joyce Pendexter, Pauline Willette, Mary Ann McHugh, Dakota Lafland, Karson Eaton, Jessica Putnam, Lynn Boucher, Christa Galipeau, Bertha Skidgel and Mike Chasse.
Anniversary wishes go out to Scott and Laurie Amero, Mike and Janet Kelle, Dave and Bonnie Steeves, Jeff and Beth Lavway, Chris and Jessica Putman, Dan and Tessa Buckley, Dan and Sylvia Bridgham, Owen and Joan Estey, and Tony and Lynn Boucher.
Castle Hill Grange Hall Preservation Society
The Castle Hill Grange Hall Preservation Society is looking for new members. Please give them an hour of your time once a month to help keep the building operating. The fund-raisers they have are just paying their expenses and leave them with little else to do their projects. If you have enjoyed voting, going to town meetings, their suppers, having a reasonable hall to rent right in your own town, and other events, please consider helping to keep their organization going for future years. Dues for a working member is $10 per year, or $15 for non-working member, or $100 for a lifetime membership. Their meetings are the fourth Tuesday of the month from February through November. They are now renting the hall from May through October for showers, reunions, and birthday parties. Please see any member for details.
They are requesting that anyone who has knowledge of a veteran who served in the military between 1903 to the present to write or call Natalie Maynard, 2877 State Road, Castle Hill, Maine 04757 or 764-4878. They need names, dates, and any information you can give them so they can place the names on a sign or in a book in the future. The person must have been a resident of Castle Hill at the time of service.
Mapleton United Methodist Church
The Mapleton United Methodist Church luncheons are held every Friday at 11:30 a.m. The next luncheon is Friday, Sept. 7. This is open to the public and there is no cost. Donations are accepted. Hope to see you there.
Cubs, Pack 170 – Any questions on joining, please contact Adam Rider at 764-6897 or Dave Adams at 764-5662.
Boys, Troop 170 – The Mapleton Boy Scout Troop 170, along with the Cub Scouts, will be out soon doing their annual popcorn drive, so be on the lookout for them. If you think you may have been missed, please contact Bud Hoffses, 764-4885 or Peter Starr, 764-8189, and we will ensure one of the boys contact you. Also, if you would like to donate your empty bottles and cans, you can drop them off to the Parson’s Street Redemption Center and just tell them they’re for Boy Scout Troop 170. As always, the boys appreciate your support, which makes all of their activities possible.
If you have any questions on joining, contact Bud Hoffses at 764-4885 or Peter Starr at 764-8189. They hold their weekly meeting on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Mapleton Chapman Castle Hill Senior Citizens
The Mapleton Chapman Castle Hill Senior Citizens meets every Monday – except the fifth Monday – at Mapletree Estates.