Yes, Spring really seems to be here, longer, warmer days, snow nearly gone, mud, plants poking their heads up, trees budding, more bird activity and the Boquet River went out with no trouble so this is what we have been waiting for.
Hard to believe that Easter is only two Sunday’s away. All the churches are offering their usual holiday services, inviting all interested persons to join them.
Hats off to several local musicians that gather at the library to practice music and then offer around the community to share their talents. They present a program twice a month at the new Senior Community on Friday afternoons. Great job.
The Willsboro Methodist Church is now collecting used household items (no clothing) for their big summer yard sale - the proceeds to go toward the purchase of a new much needed new furnace. If anyone has some items to offer contact 963-7651, 963-7215 or 963-7185 for more details.
Noticed some local apartments are now available due to people making moves to new locations, if interested check around. Urge you to watch for a new site being developed down by the bridge, the Heritage Society is building a kiosk to house some historic local pictures to help tell visitor’s our town history. Building starts this month.
The local firemen had one of their great public breakfast offerings this past week. A school class had a car wash there also and boy do our cars need a good wash. Hope that more will be offered in the days ahead.
The annual filing of our Income Taxes will soon meet the dead line - hope that you got yours filed in a timely manner.
Happy Birthday to Paula Calkins April 11, Kaili Bourdeau April 11, Cody Ahrent April 13, Linda Joslyn April 14, June MacDougal April 15, Joan Sloper April 15, Sheryle Manengo April 16, Kenda James April 16, Cindy Monty April 16, Dottie Dodds April 16, Will Reinhardt April 16, Walter Morgan April 17.