The annual Hat Luncheon at Wilmer Pearson’s home, 302 Park St., will be Aug. 1, Aug. 2 and Aug. 3 at noon each day. The menu will consist of Italian Wedding Soup, crunchy poppy-seed chicken salad with fresh fruit, rolls with herbed butter, Ice Cream Igloo and beverages. The suggested donation is $15 apiece, and proceeds will benefit the library. For reservations, call Pearson at 337-4432 or the library at 337-4651.

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