The summer season is fast coming to a close, many questioning where did the summer go? We all rejoice at the new road surface at the Post Office parking area, no more dropping into deep holes.
The Vacation Bible School came to a close with many children having a very enjoyable time this past week. We are most grateful to the many adults that offered their services to make the event successful.
The Heritage Society had a most informative Annual meeting with Sandi Craig sharing more details on the stain glass windows and the people they were given in honor of at the Congregational Church.
The community was blessed to offer two bands that had concerts from the town bandstand at the end of this month. It is great to see it used and to hear the music come over the water.
I had some very interesting guest at the Adsit Cabin this past Sunday, always a pleasure to volunteer there. Several were the invited guest of Chris Perry and Donald Foster for a great picnic meal, lots of food, this past Sunday a nice end of the season event. Several attended the open house at Senior Housing this past Sunday. Please note that they are always seeking interested person that might like to be placed on a future list to reside there, contact Laura Marsh 963-4336 to gain more details.
A great upcoming event on Sunday, Aug. 28, at the Willsboro United Methodist Church starting at 10 a.m. Our guest will be the The Campbell Family, a New England Gospel Music group. They will be performing the entire worship hour, so come join them and enjoy this great music, all are welcome. Reminder of the Wyant Concert at the Essex Catholic Church on Friday, Aug. 26, from 7 to 9 p.m.
We extend our deepest sympathy to Bruce Patnode and family upon the sudden death of his son David. Sympathy also to the family of Elizabeth Wilkins who passed away this past week.
Happy Birthday to: Mike McCauliffe Aug. 27, Brian Pytlak Aug. 29, Makayla Young Aug. 30, Janice Sayward Aug. 31, Sheila Vanags Aug. 31, Cindy Flanagan Aug. 31, Vicki Dickerson Aug. 31.