Each year Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center proudly hosts the Waterville Rotary Club’s community breakfast to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This year’s 34th Annual community breakfast will be held on Monday, January 20, from 7:30—9:00 a.m.
Our featured guest speaker, David Deas, Assistant Registrar at the University of Southern Maine, will present “Martin Luther King and Me.”
Please purchase your tickets early at our reception desk, or by contacting a Waterville Rotary member via their website: watervillerotary.com.
The cost is $8.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under age 12.
Advanced Care Planning is about communicating and documenting your health care wishes ahead of time and figuring out the medical interventions you prefer in the event you become too sick to speak for yourself. This educational session also discusses the process of naming the person you would want to be your voice as medical power of attorney to speak your wishes for you at that time.
Join Kathy Amsden, LCSW, ACHP-SW of Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice for this educational session at the Cohen Community Center on January 23 at 9:30 a.m. Please visit the front desk receptionist or call (207) 626-7777 to register.
Cindy Sullivan, Regional Center Director at Spectrum Generations
Cindy Sullivan, Essential Oils: Nature’s Living Gifts “What can essential oils do for you?” Join us for an informative class. Learn about safe and natural solutions to combat stress. Spend a relaxing hour sampling therapeutic grade essential oils. Learn how to be more mindful during the day.
Entrée: Breaded chicken with gravy, boiled potatoes, and peas
$5 suggested donation for those over 60 years, $6.50 for all others
Reservations are required. Call 563-1363 by noon two days prior to the lunch you wish to attend, to reserve your spot (please leave name and phone number when leaving a message).
The 22nd Annual Ice Fishing Derby will be held on Sunday, February 16, with weigh-in at Spectrum Generations’ Muskie Community Center, 38 Gold Street in Waterville. The Ice Fishing Derby, begun over 20 years ago by avid sportsman Gene Letourneau and his wife, Lucille, continues to be held in their memory. The Ice Fishing Derby seeks to promote outdoor recreation, intergenerational fun, and help raise funds for the programs and activities offered at our Muskie Community Center.
Participants of all ages are welcome to join, fishing in any legal waters throughout the state, and competing for prizes in several categories. Fish must be caught on the Derby Day, Sunday, February 16, which is during Free Fishing Weekend, and brought to the Muskie Community Center for weigh-in between 2:00-5:00 p.m.
(One ticket per fish)
1 for $3 | 2 for $5 | 5 for $10
Tickets can be purchased at the Muskie Community Center or by calling 873-4745
Registration is due by June 19 and must include all team player names and handicaps.