The Waldoboro Woman’s Club met Nov. 9 at noon at the VFW Hall on Mill Street in Waldoboro. The hostesses were Alice Duff and Judi Lawrence. The thought for the day, given by Marilyn Andrews, was “The feeling of Fall.”

A November birthday is celebrated by Betty Lou Armstrong. Becky Maxwell, president, led the business meeting. Volunteer sheets for the year 2010 should be turned in at the December meeting; also committee chairman reports. An overview of the Maine Federation of Women’s Clubs Convention held on Oct. 12 and 13 in Waterville was given by Maxwell. The president is Suzanne Raymond whose project for her term of office is Operation Smile. Judi Lawrence attended the District 2 meeting held recently in Skowhegan, which is raising money for the Heifer Project.

The guest speaker, Charlotte Davenhill, spoke on the local Tidemark Gallery, located on Main Street in Waldoboro. The gallery is a showcase for local Waldoboro artists and also features others in the area. The gallery is presently featuring the work of Jean Kigel of Waldoboro and Daniel Corey of Bristol. Their winter hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday.

The club’s next meeting, a Christmas luncheon, will be held at the 995 Main St. restaurant in Waldoboro on Tuesday, Dec. 14 at noon. Members are asked to bring toys for tots and Christmas cookies for the Lincoln Home; also, ongoing donations for the local Waldoboro/Bremen Food Pantry. Marilyn Andrews and Susan Butters are in charge of arrangements for the meeting.

For more information, call 273-3082.