Once again weather has many changes but we are still looking for that spring that we hope is just around the corner. Another community blessing again this week, that of our Fire Department crews as they responded this past Saturday to a bad garage fire at Ken Benways during a snow storm, they have such quick response, and also the mutual aid response helped save the home. Many thanks to the wonderful service that this department provides for us. Remember to help them when they have their annual fund drive.
The Willsboro Congregational Church will be holding their third and last for the season, Coffee House event on Saturday, March 9, at 7 p.m.. They are featuring the"Wadhams Waddlers" who play a variety of music from Wadhams to New Orleans styles. The admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children. They also have delicious refreshment on sale at these events, so come and have an enjoyable evening of entertainment.
I had a chance to meet the new CEO at he Champlain National Bank. Joe Shaw, this past week, he and his wife have moved here to take on the job at the bank and they live in Essex. I was very impressed and urge others to stop and make a point of welcoming him to our community.
I am a great person to recycle things that can have a second use, to this end I have about 12 to 15 egg cartons that I once had a person that could make use of them, but no longer.
If there is anyone out there that could use them give me a call and we can make arrangement to pass them along, other wise I will have to throw them away.
School is back in session after a nice winter break. The basketball season has come to a close and with a mostly all new team they held their own and we are proud of their efforts.
Happy Birthday to Cathy Alden March 1, Ginny Rankin March 2, Margie Jaquish March 3, Paul Mero March 3, Amie Knickerbocker March 3, Jade Sayward March 3.