CHERRYFIELD, ME — Tuesday, November 20th, the Community Center is hosting a Free Cribbage Night from 6:00 pm until there’s a winner.
Downeast Campus Facilities Manager Scott Shaw described the event as “a night of neighborly cribbage competition,” that runs from 6:00 pm “until we have a winner.”
This Cribbage Night is the second new event for the Weald Bethel Community Center this November.
November 9th the Community Center kicked off new Friday Family Dinner and Movie Nights.
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CHERRYFIELD, ME — The Weald Bethel Community Center will now be open for Family Movie Nights! The first night will be November 9th and the movie will be Moana. Come with your family and enjoy dinner and a movie!
The Weald Bethel Community Center is located at the end of the road that continues pass the EdGE Building. The address: 39 Weald Bethel Lane, Cherryfield, ME.
Mr. & Mrs. Lee Watrous (Photo by Scott Shaw)
CHERRYFIELD, ME — Earlier this year, Lee Watrous and his volunteers almost single-highhandedly completed the final phase wing of the new Weald Bethel Community Center.
Mission Downeast Campus Facilities and Housing Rehabilitation Manager Scott Shaw worked closely with Mr. Watrous. So, Scott Shaw was surprised a few days ago when Mr. Watrous and his wife visited the Community Center unannounced and not “full of drywall and sawdust,” Scott said.
Here’s the rest of Scott’s message and photo
“Lee Watrous and his wife Gail came to visit and stayed at a local airBnB over the weekend. They also attended a Cherryfield Academy concert and went hiking.
“I told Lee I didn’t recognize him. He wasn’t full of drywall and sawdust! He cleaned up pretty good! I told him I wanted to post a good photo of them on Facebook while he was clean!”
CHERRYFIELD, ME — Our Downeast Campus Facilities Manager Scott Shaw sent this photo of the first Joan’s Coffee House at the new Weald Bethel Community Center. “They all love it,” said Scott Shaw.
Joan’s Coffee House is a tradition at the Cherryfield Campus. Each Friday morning, 9:30-11:30, it’s a place for anyone who wants to enjoy coffee, goodies, and a chance to visit neighbors. Learn more.
Weald Bethel’s new commercial kitchen
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CHERRYFIELD, ME — Fulfilling a ten-year dream, Maine Seacoast Mission opened its Weald Bethel Community Center with a celebration of friends, volunteers, builders, farmers, and Mission personnel on June 1. The completed Weald Bethel Community Center includes a commercial kitchen, dorm rooms, full bathroom and showers, washer/dryer, and more indoor open areas to accommodate the Mission’s community meals, coffees, and Housing Rehabilitation program volunteers.
Mission President Scott Planting and Mission Downeast Campus Director Wendy Harrington spoke briefly to the gathering of well-wishers.
“When I first started in 2010 there was talk about building a dormitory onto this building,” said President Planting. A “generous gift” enabled building plans to start in 2012.
Planting said, “Wendy, I especially want to thank you for your leadership, and your vision, and guiding this project to its completion. It’s my hope that this will be a center where people come together around their love of the place. I believe we cannot live a grounded life without being in a grounded place,” he said.
Wendy Harrington opened her remarks with, “I’m just in awe of this day that we’ve put together. This is a community resource that has been built by the Maine Seacoast Mission community, the Downeast community, our friends, our neighbors, our colleagues.”
The Downeast Campus director thanked a list of individuals and groups who helped make the Weald Bethel a reality.
“This is what we hope this community center becomes. A place where everyone is welcome,” Harrington said. A place where everyone belongs, can be themselves, have a wonderful meal, share laughter, fun, and some tears.”
For more information about Maine Seacoast Mission’s Weald Bethel Community Center, and its Downeast Campus activities.