Churches host free Thanksgiving meals

Owls Head Baptist Church and Waldoboro United Methodist Church are both holding free Thanksgiving dinners.

The Owls Head Baptist Church dinner is at the church on 37 South Shore Drive in Owls Head on Sunday, Nov. 21.

The church welcomes members of the community who would enjoy a home-cooked meal and fellowship with neighbors and friends. This is a ticketed event which is free to guests, but please, call the church office at 594-2363 for reservations to help with planning.

There are two seatings available for the meal, the first at 12 noon, and the second at 2 p.m. Please let church members know which time is preferred when calling for reservations.

The time for the morning worship service has been changed to accommodate the dinner – the worship service will begin at 10 a.m. and all are welcome.

The Waldoboro United Methodist Church, 93 Friendship St., is also hosting a free Thanksgiving meal on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. The menu includes turkey served with gravy, mashed potato, stuffing, rutabaga puff, green bean casserole, squash, whole berry cranberry sauce, rolls and butter, selection of pies. The dinner is sponsored by the Broad Bay United Church of Christ and Waldoboro United Methodist Church.

Trustees elected at Gibbs Library

WASHINGTON — Paulette Oboyski was re-elected as president of the Board of Trustees of the Gibbs Library. Other officers elected were Ann Dean, vice-president; Joseph Marble, secretary, Susan D’Amore, treasurer. Newly elected trustees are Mary Anderson and Joanie Dean. Zoe Anderson and Lindsey Lewis were elected as teen members. During its annual meeting held Nov. 8, the board thanked Joan Freiman for her 14 years of service as board secretary. The Board of Trustees meets the first Monday of each month at the library, 40 Old Union Rd., Washington.

Movie night at Waldoboro church

WALDOBORO — The Waldoboro United Methodist Church, located at 93 Friendship St., will host a free Friday night movie on Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. The movie, “How to Train Your Dragon,” is an animation of a boy who is scorned because he is different, and how he teaches his community that the enemy who has been feared for centuries has been misunderstood. For more information, call 832-5556 or e-mail walumc@myfairpoint.net.

Spaghetti supper and cake auction

ROCKPORT —The Camden Hills Regional High School Latin Club will hold a spaghetti supper and cake auction on Saturday, Nov. 20, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Rockport Masonic Hall at 361 Main St. in Rockport.

Members of the Latin Club are raising money for an educational trip to Italy in April 2011 with Latin teacher Bill Curtis. The group will be visiting Rome, Vesuvius and Sorrento, among other cultural areas, and sampling Italian, history, culture, and food firsthand.

The dinner is $5 per person. Beautiful homemade cakes will be auctioned off during the supper as well.

For more information, contact a Latin Club member, or e-mail parent Carolyn Brown at Carolyn_Brown@fivetowns.net.

Tenants Harbor fish chowder supper to support eighth grade

ST. GEORGE — There will be a fish chowder supper this Friday, Nov. 19 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the St. George School in Tenants Harbor.

Doug Anderson’s famous chowder will be on the menu along with biscuits, homemade desserts and beverages. The cost is $7 per person with a $20 cap for a family of four or more. Want to take home some of the delicious chowder? Containers to go will also be available. Proceeds from the supper will benefit the eighth-grade class trip to Montreal. The eighth graders will also be selling Christmas wreaths and there will be raffle items, both of which are also fundraisers for their trip. For more information, call the school at 372-6312.

Camden High School class of 1953 meet for monthly meeting

CAMDEN — Members and spouses of the class of ’53 met on Nov. 11 at Bay View Lobster Restaurant for a monthly gathering. Those attending were: Douglas and Debbie Green, Fred and Vi Wheeler, Joan Bennett, Hazel Ames, Ron and Harriet McIntyre, John Crabtree, Faye Leland, Sylvia Lundevall, Martha Bickford, Richard Freeman, Doralice Butterfield, Ramon and Margaret Collomer, Ed Blackington, Ralph and Pat Miller. The group has grown from three or four attendees to 20. Plans are being made for a picnic in June to celebrate their 58th year. All are welcome. For further information, contact Ralph Miller, 236-8009.