Thank you

Windham School Age Child Care Association thanks everyone who purchased the fundraiser calendar for the month of November. It was very successful. Another calendar will be done for April and will be sold in March. More donations are needed. You may call Diane Hancock at 318-1514 or Donna Cobb at 892-2002. The winners for November were Jennifer Rogers, Kathie Tapley, Kelly Wilson, Michaela Burrell, Karen Lewsen, Vanessa Rogers, Colleen Forsyth, Debbie Tapley, Earl and Rachel White, Cynthia Granger, Greg Wing, Dave Tomlinson, Wilma Delan, Pat Libby, Jennifer Fleck, Sandy Wing, Amy Smith, Kim Shaw, Sally Babb, Susan Witonis, Sherrie White, Jeanine Skillings and Victor Chouinard.

More Thanks

Windham Neighbors Helping Neighbors appreciates the recent donations from David and Glenice Stover, and Joseph and Doris Mathew of Gray. WNHN, a Windham nonprofit whose goal is to help provide heat to local individuals and families, is very thankful for help from the community. For more information on WNHN, visit the website, www.windhamneighbors.org.

Christmas in the Barn

On Sunday, Dec. 14, Faith Lutheran Church of Windham presents “Christmas in the Barn,” complete with live animals at the Hartwell Farm, 443 Sebago Lake Road (Route 237) in Gorham. All are welcome.

Windham Author Speaks at Library

Carol Manchester will be the guest speaker at the Joshua Chamberlain Civil War Roundtable on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, at the Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant Street, Brunswick, at 7 p.m. She will discuss her book, “Joseph K. Manchester, Northern Son in the South 1861-1863, His Letters, Family, and Friends,” and the assault on Battery Wagner, July 18, 1863 in which he and his Maine 9th Regiment were involved. Admission is free.

On Display

Photographs by Mary T. Weston, local artist from the Presumpscot River Studios, are on display at the Windham Public Library now through January. Mary lives on the Presumpscot River in Windham and focuses much of her photography and other artwork on the nature around her home. For more information about Mary and samples of her work, visit the library or go to www.presumpscotriverstudios.com.

Genealogy Workshop

Beginning in January, Windham Public Library will host a monthly Genealogy Workshop on specified Fridays, from 1-3 p.m. The first workshop will be Friday, Jan. 9. Nancy Milliken Mason is a local genetic genealogist and will provide guidance on locating family information at home and in digitized records, books, indexes and other online sources. Call Barbara at the library, at 892-1908, to register for these free workshops.

Senior Citizens Book Delivery

Attention residents of Little Falls Landing, Ledgewood Manor, Unity Gardens and New Marblehead Manor: Imagine getting your favorite books delivered to your door step. This will be the norm in Windham, for senior housing deliveries, beginning in January. Starting Jan. 6, Windham Public Library will deliver an assortment of books (both regular print and large print) and movies, on the first Tuesday of each month. They anticipate delivery time in the morning but depending on travel time and delivery complications, timing is subject to adjusting. For more information, call Sally Bannen at the library, 892-1908.


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