The weather has changed to the cooler side, especially at night. It is great to see several people enjoying the nicer sunny days as many are out walking, biking or jogging. It was noted on cable there is a walking group here in town in case you need the pleasure of joining in with others. I had a little visit with Peter Paine and he shared he and Patty recently enjoyed a nice trip on the Boquet River down to the mouth; they were able to enjoy the sight of many wild birds.
A quick follow up on some of our recent events - The primary election using the new machine seemed to go quite well. I think now the general election will be much smoother. The results did show us the community's choice as the top Republican candidate to be Darren Darrah, he will be up against Edward Hatch from the Democratic party for the supervisor's position. I had a most interesting conversation with a newer couple living on the Point that had never seen the inside of our new school. They stopped at the School Gala last week and were most impressed on how nice it was arranged, both of them retiring from the education field. The local seasonal farmer's market has come to a close, but they will be participating in the second annual Farmer's Market and Craft Show Nov. 20, at the Willsboro School gym. If you would like a booth, contact Charmaine Flynn at the school at 963-4456, ext. 282. The fall schedule of the Champlain Valley Film Society is posted and the next film is "Women without Men" playing Sept. 25, at the Willsboro School starting at 8 p.m. The next public supper for the Willsboro United Methodist Church will be held Wednesday, Oct. 5, serving roast pork.
Many who read this paper will be glad to know real progress is being made on the improvement to the roadway of Route 22, part way up the mountain.
Happy Birthday to: Ethel Doyle 9/23, Stefanie Lobdell 9/23, Florence LaMountain 9/25, Scott Feeley 9/26, Steven Lobdell 9/27, Alyson Arnold 10/1. Happy Anniversary to Bill & Kenda James 10/1.