Odd Fellows Hall to offer hot dog drive-by supper Nov. 6

WARREN — On Friday, Nov. 6, from 4 to 6:30 p.m., the public is invited to bring the family to the Odd Fellows Hall, 37 Camden Road, for a hot dog and baked bean supper. Each person will be given a handmade meal of baked beans, two hot dogs, cole slaw, a roll and a slice of cake for $10.

Volunteers will take orders and deliver. Pre-orders are welcome. Call Liz at 691-0710.

Methodist church to offer chicken supper Nov. 7

SOUTH THOMASTON — The public is invited to get take-out dinner consisting of homemade chicken pie, gravy, cranberry sauce, peas and dessert at the People's United Methodist Church, located at 13 Chapel St. Meals are $10 each.

The event will begin at 3:30 p.m. and continue until all meals are sold out.

Please have a check made out to PUMC or have exact change.

Free Mandated Reporter training through Zoom Nov. 9

VIRTUAL — This program from 4 to 6 p.m. supports professionals and volunteers in Knox and Waldo Counties who work with children. Learn how to recognize and report child abuse and neglect, as well as a Mandated Reporters legal responsibility and protection and more.

All Mandated Reporters are now required to complete Maine DHHS approved training every four years. To register, contact Helen Rogers at 844-1285 or helen.rogers@mmcacorp.org This training is supported by Department of Health & Human Services and Maine Children’s Trust.

Parenting class on ADHD support, discussion offered Nov. 10

VIRTUAL — This Tuesday workshop titled "ADHD 101: What We Want to Know but Forgot to Ask” will offer the framework to help those understand what Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is, what causes it, how to diagnose and who can diagnose it; symptoms, what helps, supports, treatment and management.

Join the conversation from 1 to 3 p.m.

To register for any free workshops, visit gearparentnetwork.org/events.

Williams-Brazier to hold Veterans Day celebration, dedications Nov. 11

THOMASTON — The Williams-Brazier Post 37 of the American Legion at 37 Watts Lane will hold its annual Veterans Day Celebration Nov. 11, beginning at 11 a.m. Due to the pandemic, there will be several changes. There will still be speakers and dedications, but there will be no snacks or refreshments.

If weather permits, the Veterans Day Celebration will be held outdoors. Chairs will be provided and all mask and social distancing requirements will be followed. If the weather is bad, the ceremony will be inside with limited seating. Watch for updates as more information is posted on the Post 37 Facebook page and local papers.

There will be one more public event for Post 37 this year. This will be a wreath and bake sale Nov. 28 and 29, a correction from a previous story. The Post will then take a hiatus from public events until March 2021, when the Post Unit 37 Auxiliary will host its annual St. Patrick’s Day Supper.