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Wednesday, November 25, 2015 Serving Maine and Lincoln County for over a century. Volume 140 Issue 48


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Last Chance For Fish Chowder At St. Philip's

As summer wanes, St. Philip's Church, 12 Hodge St. in Wiscasset will end its 33rd weekly summer ritual of serving its delicious haddock chowder dinners on Monday, Aug. 19.

Before heading back to school or work, visitors from away and local residents are invited to savor the flavor of this New England traditional fare.

Adults are charged $9.50, while children under 12 eat for $4.75. The pocketbook-friendly prices are augmented as children under 5 eat for free.

Those not wanting chowder are welcome to order the all-time favorite hot dogs or freshly prepared vegetarian vegetable soup. Also on the menu are salad bar options including tossed salad makings, potato salad, pasta salad, three bean salad, and ratatouille. Cornbread, French bread, homemade delectable desserts, and a choice of beverage round out the meal's options.

Sittings are scheduled every 15 minutes from 5:30 to 7 p.m. To make a reservation or to inquire about the supper, call St. Philip's office at 882-7184. Leave a message and a call-back number, and the reservation person will be back in touch.

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