40th Anniversary

Bob and Barbara Muir celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Dec. 9. Bob gave a surprise party for Barb on Dec. 1 at the Maine Bean Bakehouse and Deli. There were 45 friends who attended and enjoyed the great food and cake. The toast was given by Sen. Bill Diamond.

In Veterans Home

Wes Mason of Varney Mill Road, is now residing at the Veteran’s Home in Norway. He would appreciate cards and visits.

Historical Society

The January and February meetings of the Windham Historical Society will be held at the Windham Publlic Library meeting room. The meetings will begin at 9:30 a.m. on the fourth Saturday of each month. The programs will be announced at a later date.

Food Pantry Closures

The Food Pantry will be closed on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24 and New Years Eve, Dec. 31. Windham residents wishing to apply for Christmas help must come in and sign up. Questions may be directed to Madeline at 892-1931.

Pet Food Donation

Barbara Muir would like to thank all the people who donated pet food for the Windham Food Pantry on Dec. 8 at The Kennel Shop in Windham. People were very generous and the food will make the holidays brighter and happier for many pets. Thank you to the Kennel Shop folks for all their help. Without them, she wouldn’t be able to gather as much food.


Carl and Carol Currie, of Birch Lane, celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary Dec. 19. They spent the day quietly at home.

Dairy Judging

Alan O’Brien, of Windham, and three other young people from northern Maine, all members of 4-H, recently spent three days in Louisville, Ky. They, along with two coaches and chaperone Diane O’Brien, attend the North American Inernational Livestock Exhibition. They were a four-person dairy judging team, judging 4-H juniors, representing the state of Maine. They made the state proud by coming in fourth overall.

Marriage intentions have been filed with the town clerk recently by:

Laurence P. Minot Jr. of Tate Lane, Windham, and Constance P. Ramsay of Osborne Road, Gorham.

Christpher J. Pingree-Felps and Amber J. Seneca of Roosevelt Trail, Windham.

Thought of the Week:

There is always enough hope to go around.

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