Maybell tid bits


The Maybell seniors had a ham dinner Thursday. A record-breaking 42 people had dinner and 56 Maybell residents received the flu shot. After having dinner, they had desserts to choose from. The next senior dinner will be at noon Oct. 28 at the Maybell Community Center. The main dish will be meatloaf.

The Maybell Women's Club is having its book sale at the Maybell Library. The book sale will be during library hours and each Saturday in October. All proceeds made during the sale will go back into the Maybell historian room and library. Thank you to all who have supported and helped.

The Maybell 4-H club is collecting deer and elk hides. The hide barrels are in the park. This hide collection and collecting cans are the Maybell Rustlers only fund-raiser. If anyone has deer and elk hides to donate or any aluminum cans to donate to the Maybell Rustlers give Lance Poole a call.

The Maybell Library reminds everyone the weekly hours are Monday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday from noon to 6 p.m. and Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The library has had its first patron win a free piece of pie at the Maybell Restaurant. Bring in eight library receipts from different dates and receive a free peice of pie or a shake. The library now has a community bulletin board, if you have anything you want posted come in and post it.
The Maybell Library will be open Nov. 2 for election day. After placing your vote, visit the library and see the changes and check out a new book or video tape.
The Maybell Library also has from the best sellers list the "Harry Potter" fantasy books.
Teddy Bear story time is a big hit. The story time is from 11:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday. Children ages 2 to 6 have a story and do crafts and have a treat before going home.

The Maybell Community Center Board would like to thank everyone who helped purchase the new tables for the center.

Maybell get well wishes go out to Vern Scott and Colleen Behrman.

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