Rob and Irma Russell are doing OK after being hit on Quaker Road one day last week. After being transported to the hospital by ambulance to be checked over, they went home. Their truck wasn't so lucky. That will need a lot of work.
Earl Allen had a good report when seeing Dr. Kirkpatrick last Tuesday. I took Dad and we had a late breakfast at Prospect Diner. The waitress recognized Dad. We chatted a bit. She is Charlie Straight’s daughter. We knew three of Charlie’s sisters: Bea and DeEtta Vanguilder and Dot Savage.
Lucy Persons is happy to be home and enjoyed having her grandson and family with her on the weekend.
Barry Swinton took his dad, Rollin, to his kidney doctor in Saratoga on Monday,
Forever One was at concert at many churches in the area over the weekend.
Despite the cold weather, Alonzo Conlon took his sons, Aaron and Ian, hiking on Saturday.
Dick and Suzy Virgil had to go a couple of days without water because their water pump decided to break down in the cold. New pipe was installed on Sunday. Glad for the water.
Sunday sure did bring some heavy winds and whiteouts along with snow flurries. Keitan Millington had to tack down a sheet of tin on my trailer because of it.
There is still time to attend the concert on March 1 with the “Third Day” at the Civic Center. Call Kathy Allen to reserve a seat for $22.
Reminder again about the Tea Luncheon on Feb. 16 at the Sodom Community Church with Debbie Geer. Donations are $7. Time is 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. RSVP to Jane Nevins or to me.
Think of your outdoor pets in this weather. Be sure they are out of the wind and plenty of water.
Happy Birthday to: Sarah Beth Lay, Leon Dalaba, Shanna Schott, Matt Allen, Breanna Hayes, Faye Knolton, Laura Nevins, Laurie Viele, Jenna Farrell, Oliver Dalaba and Grace Allen.
Happy Anniversary to: Patrick and Greta Johnson.