Good Will-Hinckley plans to hold a Wel-Kum Bak event for alumni and friends on Saturday, Sept. 30.

As part of GWH’s Fall Festival, the Wel-Kum Bak celebration will have food, fun and games from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hinckley Campus, 16 Prescott Drive.

Activities will include a climbing wall, lawn games, pumpkin painting, obstacle course, food trucks, craft and art fair, a petting zoo, reptile tent, firetrucks and a passport adventure. Also on the campus, the L.C. Bates Natural History Museum will offer free admission for the day, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings Bank, according to a news release from Good Will-Hinckley.

There will be a brunch and tours of the campus, including the Moody Chapel.

Memorial benches for Ann Marden and Sue Hennigar will be dedicated at 10:30 a.m. in front of Carnegie Library.

Admission to the Fall Festival and Wel-Kum Bak celebration is free because of sponsors Sappi, Golden Pond Wealth Management and Skowhegan Savings Bank, but donations are always welcome.

For more information and to register, contact Barbara Gourley at 207-238-4000 or, or visit


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