Letters, November 21

The St. George Parents’ Support Group’s Yuletide luncheon on Saturday, November 30 at the Town Office is a fundraiser to help with any needs our St. George teachers and students have that are not covered by the general budget. This includes such things as playground equipment, art supplies, nurse’s supplies, books, programs, field trips and special guests like our artist-in-residence program/guests. Our school district is in a spending freeze so financial assistance from the parents’ group for our hard working teachers is at an all time high. All our funds stay right here in St. George and our group is open to any community member including parents, grandparents, guardians, or any adults interested in helping fund raise and being involved in school activities. The luncheon is also being assisted by the St. George 7th grade which is raising money to support their end-of-the-year trip. All proceeds from the luncheon will be split between the parents’ group and the 7th grade class. Lunch will be served between 11am and 1pm.  I will be serving up homemade chicken ‘n biscuits, fish chowder made by the talented Kristina Mitchel (from the Oceanhouse), as well as several other dishes including gluten-free dishes and an array of desserts. Anyone interested in helping or donating food can contact me at 207 701 8961 or via email at sugartreecakes@yahoo.com.
Darci Lynn Chickering-Morris

The St. George Eastern Star is having a craft fair and luncheon on the Saturday of the Yuletide in St. George weekend. We wanted St. George residents to know that the proceeds from the fair go to charitable causes such as sponsoring children from St. George at Christmas time, donating to the food pantry, Maine Children’s cancer program, Life Flight of Maine and cancer and heart funds in Maine.
Judy Barstow

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