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Sabbathday Lake Association Full Moon Paddle

Meet at the Outlet Beach and head South along West shore. Feel free to join in along the way.

Friends of the Shakers’ Friends Meeting

Gray New Gloucester Lions Club

Gray New Gloucester Lions Club

Gray New Gloucester Lions Club

Gray New Gloucester Lions Club

Rooting for Democracy Plant Sale

The eighth annual “Rooting for Democracy” plant sale, hosted by the New Gloucester Democratic Committee, will be held on Saturday, June 6, from 9 a.m.-noon, at Lil’ Mart, Route 100, New Gloucester. Plants of all varieties including perennials, annuals, house plants, vegetables and herbs from committee members’ personal gardens will be offered at bargain prices. Arrive early for the best selection. The rain date is Saturday, June 13.

A raffle to win a $50 Pinetree Garden Seeds gift certificate is being held in conjunction with the plant sale. Tickets cost $3 each, or two tickets for $5. The drawing will be held at noon that day; you need not be present to win. For more information, or to donate plants, contact Penny Hilton at 926-4004.

Learn to Fish Day

On Sunday, May 31, the Gray-New Gloucester Optimist Club will be holding its 11th annual Youth Learn to Fish Day at the big pond on the Pineland Farms Campus, Route 231, New Gloucester. The event takes place from 9 a.m. to noon and is free of charge.

Families with children ages 4-12 are invited to learn to fish together. Volunteer instructors will be on hand to assist at the pond, which is stocked with brook trout. There will be face painting, a casting competition, raffle, light refreshments, and free T-shirts for the first 200 participating children. All are encouraged to bring their own equipment, but loaner gear and tackle will be available for those without fishing gear.

AMVETS Pancake Breakfast

Amvets Lunn-Hunnewell Post 6 is sponsoring a pancake breakfast at its hall located at 1095 Lewiston Road, New Gloucester, from 6-10 a.m., Saturday, May 30. The menu includes pancakes, toast, sausage and bacon. The cost is $6 a plate for adults, $4 for children under 10. Call George Hinckley at 739-0898 for more information.

Have breakfast, learn about Town Charters

A reminder that there will be a hearty St. Patrick’s Day Community Breakfast held this Sunday, March 17, at the Eagles on Sabbathday Road in New Gloucester from 8AM till 11 AM. The cost for a full breakfast from a menu of eggs, toast, English muffins, homefries, bacon, ham, orange juice, and coffee is $8, and tickets will be sold at the door. The bar will be open for those who want to add a Bloody Mary or some Irish libations to their meal. Proceeds will go to support New Gloucester Citizens for a Town Charter, and information about the Charter process will be available at the breakfast.