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Palermo news

By Chris Diesch | Sep 12, 2020

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Barbecued chicken supper to go

The Malcolm Glidden American Legion Post 163 of Palermo will be having a barbecued chicken supper to go on Saturday, Sept. 19, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. (until they run out!). The cost will be $10 and includes half of a chicken, potato salad, roll, bottle of water and a pumpkin whoopie pie. If you would like to place an order, you can contact Clayton (592-2497), Bill (993-2506) or Mary Haskell (485-6605).

The Legion is also selling raffle tickets. First prize is a $400 Visa gift card. Other prizes include a variety of $50 and $25 gift cards. Drawing is Oct. 17. We look forward to seeing everyone!

Volunteer Fire Department raffle

The Volunteer Fire Department is holding a raffle with the drawing to be held Oct. 25. (You need not be present to win.)

Tickets are $10. They can be purchased at the Firehouse on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; alternatively, you may contact Chief Josh Seekins (322-1143) or Capt. Roger Komandt (614-286-4987) to arrange to purchase tickets.

Prizes:

- 1st prize: A guided bobcat hunt with dogs.

- 2nd prize: Savage Axis 7mm-08 rifle with scope.

- 3rd prize: Nomad 12 gauge single shot shotgun.

To win the guns, you must pick them up at the gun shop and be able to meet the requirements to own a gun.

Grange fundraiser a success

The Branch Mills Grange in Palermo held a blueberry cobbler drive up Aug. 23. About 80-90 servings of cobbler were dished out, and the fundraiser was a great success! Thank you to all who supported the Grange. And (before you ask) yes, this will be an annual event.

Three separate raffles were held, and the winners (all from Palermo) were:

- Nancy Beekley - Beauty basket containing cosmetics, hand cream, facial cream and soap.

- Denise Wilcox - Blueberry basket containing blueberry coffee, syrup, honey, pancake mix, soda and all other sorts of blueberry-related items.

- Diane Bent - $25 gift certificate for Maine Variety and a hand-made face mask.

Thanks to Marylou McNeil for putting the baskets together!

Again, the Grange thanks Latham Blueberry Farm in Searsport for generously donating the blueberries for the cobbler and thanks MJEK Seafood for graciously contributing to-go containers for its transport.

Watch here in early October to find out about the Grange’s chicken and dumpling and pie drive-up event.

 

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