Union Church offers baked bean supper Sept. 25

UNION — The People’s United Methodist Church will offer a take-out supper Sept. 25. The church has found a way to replace funding that has been lost to COVID-19 and the necessary restrictions on public gatherings.

The September meal will consist of baked beans, Cole slaw, corn bread and apple crisp. There will be regular baked beans and vegetarian beans available by request. All food is prepared in a clean and sanitized setting by masked and gloved volunteers.

Tickets are $12 per meal and must be purchased in advance by calling Joyce Grotton at 785-2651. Deadline to order a meal is Monday, Sept. 21. Meals can be picked up at the improvised drive-through at the church Sept. 25 between 5 and 6 p.m. Signs will direct the flow of traffic and will have people to guide visitors. The church is located at 21 Depot St.

All proceeds from ticket sales are used to support the church and its work in the community.

Odd Fellows to host pulled pork dinner night Sept. 25

WARREN — On Sept. 25, from 4 to 7 p.m., the Warren Odd Fellows Lodge, located at 37 Camden Road, will hold another public drive-in meal for the community. The menu will include barbequed pulled pork, baked beans, Cole slaw, and a slice of apple, blueberry or chocolate cream pie.

Each meal is $10. Interested parties won't need to get out of their car. A member of the lodge will take orders, money and delivery straight to your vehicle. All proceeds will go to helping maintain the lodge.

Midcoast Women to offer second online series installment Sept. 30

VIRTUAL — Join Midcoast Women for the second of its three-part online series, "Moving the Needle," featuring Senate candidates David Miramant and Gordon Page, where Midcoast citizens can pose questions of importance, especially for women, to the candidates.

The topics include education, domestic violence, discriminatory taxes, small business economy and senior needs. The program will be Sept. 30 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

The final Moving the Needle program will be "Domestic Violence: Law and Legislation"  held Oct. 13. All programs will be from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and are free to all. For more information and to register, visit midcoastwomen.org.