Your "Good News" Online Paper for Community and Commerce

The GFWC Hartland/St. Albans Outlook Club recently honored Meredith Randlett (pictured) on her 95th Birthday. The event was held at the Hartland Library with most Club members attending. She received many cards, gifts, and a beautiful floral arrangement as well as a birthday cake. She was also recognized for her 71 years as an active member of the Club. The Outlook Club meets 8 times a year at 2 PM. Future meetings will be held downstairs at the Library, which has an elevator so access will be convenient for everyone. Are you interested in joining a group of women who are dedicated to supporting the Hartland Public Library as well as women and children worldwide? Then, the Club invites you to contact Nonie Rusgaitis at 938-3585 or Libby Wiers at 938-4684 for more information on how to join the club. Members of the GFWC Hartland/St. Albans Outlook Club from left to right: Libby Wiers, Janet Stedman, Kathie Clark, and Nonie Rusgaitis (seated), participated in a sewing femine pads project for students in Uganda. If the girls do not have the appropriate femine hygiene supplies, they will lose time in school each month. So, with the supplies the girls can continue their education without interruption.

Meredith Randlett celebrated a birthday and was honored by the GFWC Hartland/St. Albans Outlook Club for year 71 as an active member.
A Community Book Club sponsored by the Pine Tree Hospice and the Maine Humanities Council on Tuesday, May 22nd at 3 PM. The meeting will be held at the Mill Café in Dover-Foxcroft. The Book Club will end in May for the summer, but will begin again in the fall. Join this engaging book club that is facilitated by Greg Winston, a professor of English at Husson University. The group will provide a platform to read different, distinctive works that will fascinate and intrigue you. Read, discuss, or feel free just to listen – and enjoy this experience. Members need not attend all events. The Club’s reading for May is a masterpiece of Leo Tolstoy’s late fiction, “The Death of Ivan Ilyich”. This is Tolstoy’s best known work after War and Peace, and is a short and fascinating work of literature, a novella. Tolstoy looks hard, pitilessly, into human nature. Tolstoy did as he aged; that death, as an inevitable part of life, should be accepted, and should force everyone to lead a meaningful life without pain and regret. Books are now available to borrow at Pine Tree Hospice, 883 West Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft. For more information contact 564-4346 or email