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Oct 15, 2020

Williams-Brazier to host grilled chicken supper Oct. 17

THOMASTON — The Williams-Brazier Post 37 at 37 Watts Lane will hold it last to-go supper of the year. All present Post 37 procedures, as well as all pandemic guidelines, will be followed. Serving begins at 5 p.m.

Each meal will be packed in “to-go” boxes and placed into a bag for carry out. Patrons can drive or walk to the front of the Legion Hall, order a meal and pay. A Legion member will retrieve the order and bring it back to the patron. There will be a price change for this supper.

Menu will include a chicken leg and thigh, potato salad, corn bread and desert. Each meal will cost $12.

Post 37 wishes to thank everyone that supported the post suppers during this difficult year. Stay tuned for new supper dates and how they will be handled. There will be two more events in 2020. These will be our annual Veterans Day celebration, beginning at 11 a.m. Nov. 11.

In addition, there will be a two-day wreath and bake sale at the Legion Nov. 27 and Nov. 28. It is rumored that Santa and Mrs. Claus may be able to make an appearance on at least one of the two days. This will be a small substitute for the cancelled Santa’s Workshop this year. Stay tuned for updates.

Take a break with guided meditation Oct. 19

VIRTUAL — Find a quiet spot from noon to 12:30 p.m. and sign in for as much of this quick meditation break as needed. The class will begin with a 20 minute guided meditation, followed by five minutes of silent meditation. Class is free, registration is required in order to obtain virtual access.

Visit journeytohealth.coursestorm.com or call 301-3950 to register.

Free virtual naloxone training Oct. 20

VIRTUAL — Naloxone is a life-saving medication that is used to counter the effects of drugs like heroin and prescription narcotics. Join providers from Pen Bay Medical Center from noon to 1 p.m. to learn how to use naloxone to save the life of anyone who is experiencing an opioid overdose.

Class is free, but registration is required in order to obtain virtual access. Visit journeytohealth.coursestorm.com or call 301-3950 to register.

Free class on how to support someone with quitting tobacco Oct. 20

VIRTUAL — Quitting tobacco is difficult, but having support through the process can make it easier and increase chances of success. Learn how to help support friends or loved ones in this online class from 5 to 6 p.m., and help connect them to free resources through the Maine QuitLink.

Class is free, but registration is required in order to obtain virtual access. Visit journeytohealth.coursestorm.com or call 301-3950 to register.

 

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