Waltham News of Neighbors



You have one more chance to win a turkey at the turkey shoots sponsored by the Waltham Volunteer Fire Department this coming Sunday, Oct. 30! Winners have been Rob Gordon, Jason Salisbury, Robert Pottle, Wade Chick, Kayla Hall, Daniel Gray, Jackie Wycoff, Floyd Hardison, Jeremy Sawyer, Jim Smith, Cliff O’Donnell, Sunny Beal, Darryl Leavitt, Berry Joy, Mike Hibbits, Richard Noble, Patrick Jordan, Robert Hanscom, Jack Thibeault and Greg Molatch. Arthur Jodrey was the winner of the kids’ round. Congratulations to all!

We want to send out a thank you to the following sponsors: Union River Telephone Co., Tree Top Manufacturing, Jordan Brothers Garage, Floyd and Norma Hardison, Cousin’s Gun Shop, Jordan’s Snack Bar, Dean Young, County Ambulance, Tree Stump Leather, Debbie Dik, R.F. Jordan & Sons, E.K. Jordan & Sons, Ellsworth Chainsaw, Irving and Juanita Wilbur and Superior Welding. A special thank you to all our sponsors without them the shoots would not be held. Sunday, Oct. 30, starting at 10 a.m. at the old ball field on Route 200 will be the last turkey shoot of the year. Come try your luck!

Congratulations to Arthur Jodrey for selling the most steer tickets in Hancock County for the annual Hancock County 4-H steer raffle. He received a plaque at Cloverfest. The club sold the most steer tickets, and Norman Jodrey sold the winning ticket. Go Jolly Juniors!

The Jolly Juniors 4-H Club officially began its 81st year this past Saturday evening with its annual awards banquet. Many thanks to all who continue to support our club!

Cave Hill School’s eighth grade class will be sponsoring the annual fish fry on Friday, Nov. 4, beginning at 5 p.m.

The school will honor veterans on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 10 a.m. We invite veterans and their families to attend a very special program put on by students in grades K-8.

For more community news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.

Fenceviewer Staff

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