We still do have a good amount of snow, but it is going down slowly. The welcome sign is how the birds share their sweet song, predicting spring is coming. Seeing some activity at the old Mountain View Restaurant is encouraging; we look forward to see the plans develop. I am very aware that I need to do more exercise and for me that means walking; not able to do that outside right now so I am most grateful that the local school allows interested adults to come walk the long halls after school classes let out for the day. It is most impressive to view the children's art work on the hall walls. This art teacher brings out the best in the students hopeful she gets some feed back for doing such a great job.
Some of our locals took advantage of escaping the bad weather and visited relatives in Myrtle Beach this past week. My neighbor Joan Strong and her daughter Tammy Benway visited Jack and Judy Hams, and my two daughters Cindy Flanagan and Sheila Vanags visited Paula Calkins, reports that the weather was better than here but a little on the cooler side for Myrtle Beach. Reports are that many of our locals that go down that way will soon be returning back to Willsboro.
The Willsboro/Reber United Methodist churches are offering a Lenten Bible study, "24 Hours that Changed the World," a deeper look into Christ last days on earth. These classes are open to interested persons on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 p.m. in the Willsboro Church, it is a great study. Reminder also of the "March Madness" Dinner and performance on the next two Saturday evenings starting at 5 p.m., they will be serving a meatloaf meal for $10 per person, there are still a few tickets for the March 26 event, call Janice Allen for tickets. Another movie is coming up at the local school this coming Saturday. Anyone that did not take advantage of the Catholic Church's recent fish supper, you missed a good meal, they do a great job.
Happy Birthday to Scott Sayward, March 2; Jayde Trow, March 21; Mona Morgan, March 22; Roseann Sayward, March 23; Polly Belanger, March 23; Drago Lobdell, March 23; Christine Provost, March 24; Carol Young, March 25; Jolene Sayward, March 25; Louise Clifford, March 25; Leslie Wilkins, March 26.