Last week had the usual weather for the Adirondacks. Sun, rain, snow and really warm weather brought out the black flies.
The Travel Club that had a trip to Boston on Thursday arrived back at JCS about 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. Everyone was very tired, but had a great trip.
Keitan Millington and son, Kraig enjoyed a quick trip to visit a friend in VA.
Rollie and Shirley Cleveland were pleased to host many of their family members recently. Everyone enjoyed the gathering.
Fred and Ruth Allen and grandson, Jonas Semmens from New Jersey enjoyed a quick trip and spent two nights at their river home. They stopped by to see Kjerstia. Jonas didn't care about the animals once he saw the tire swing.
Sorry to hear about the death of George Nemec and Patty Robert's aunt Jean
On April 30, The "Flipside" band played at J&J's in Bakers Mills. Billy Warner was the lead singer. He is the son of Dody Millington. Many of his family attended the event. He lives in SanAntonia, Texas - along trip. You can check out "Flipside" on Facebook.
Kimberly Houser has returned home after spending a week in Aruba
Betsy Allen enjoyed a whole week in VT for a Cancer survivor's and supporters retreat. It was a worthwhile event.
There was a big turnout for the Memorial event for Chuck Volcheck at J & J's in Bakers Mills over the weekend.
Ron and Kathy Allen and Emma Parsons attended the play, "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" in Hoosick Falls. Their grandson, Jonas Werger, was an actor in it. His parents Kurt and Rachel Werger were also there. Kurt was able to fly home from his service duty and will stay home for a short time. Jonas was thrilled his dad was there.
Rose Millington Smalldon,Billy A. Thomas, George Dunkley Jr, Brendon Farrell, Neil Dunkley Sr., Archie Grimes and Karl Lawerence.
Dick and Suzy Virgil and Mike and Penny Allen.
Enjoy each and every day.