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There will be an elderly health screening
Thomaston on Nov.29
The service offers preventative health screening, health education, and
referrals to persons aged 60 and over on an annual basis.
For appointments call 283-9276.
is seeking crafters for its Christmas Craft Fair
Saturday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Black Rock School.
Call Tina Duffy at 283-8309 for information
Thomaston Rotary Club
is conducting its annual Citrus Sale to benefit their
scholarship fund and other community projects.
Fruit will be available for pick up on Saturday, Nov. 18.
Navel oranges and red grapefruit are offered at $12 per case.
Fruit may be purchased from any Rotarian or by calling Julianne Ingham at
283-0448 or Joseph Hartz at 283-5899.
The Salvation Army Thomaston Unit
will be sponsoring "Ringing the Bell" at
Dec. 1 through 24.
Voluntees are needed for an hour or however long you can stay. For more
information call Martha MacDonald at 283-5454.
Thomaston Opera House Volunteers
are looking for more people to help in
ticket taking, mailings, serving, cleaning up, etc.
Call 283-9679 if you can help.
The Thomaston Woman's Club.
is offering for sale its 1995 pewter ornament.
The Thomaston Library,Fullers 5 & 10, Country Cuts Beauty Salon, Barberet
by calling Marie Legendre (860)283-5490
This 4th edition ornament is a replica of the first trolly to visit
Thomaston in 1908. The ornaments sell for $8.00 and can be purchased at the
will hold open auditions for "Passion"
Nov. 20 and 21 at 7 p.m.
Call 283-8558 for information.
Those interested in auditioning should be prepared to sing from a score and
read from the script.
The Thomaston Public Library
will sponsor a special after school program
for students in grades 4, 5, and 6
Tuesday, Nov. 21 and 28 and Dec. 5 and 12 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The"Middleschooler's Matinee" will feature an age appropriate movie with
the theme of growing up.