Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard
Well, we are into April & I hope you were nobody’s fool on the 1st! Missed a couple of February birthdays, however – Jean Fanciullo on 2/21 & Holly Ellis on 2/22.
Congratulations to Carroll & Doris Earle on their retirement – 40 plus years of service delivering mail to Plymouth & Bridgewater Corners. Matt Ennis made a banner saying “The Mail Truck Stops Here”, that was displayed at the Bridgewater Grange, where the thank-you celebration was held. Teresa Ennis was riding with her Gram on that last day & helped to make the stop at the party!
At the recent Historical Society meeting, it was announced that the painting of their front room space in the former school building has been completed. The buffing out of the floor will be next, then things will be set to go. Historic artifacts will begin to move over shortly, with a June target date for opening. One last reminder about Coleman “Bill” Hoyt’s presentation on gold mining in our area to take place at the Town Building at 2 PM, Sun 4/7 at 2 PM. Admission is free & refreshments will be served!
Bethany Birches Camp is holding free 2 hour camp sessions so people can learn about their summer 2013 programs. It will include games, snacks & big discounts on summer camp as part of the fun! It will take place at several different locations:
· 4/7 – 5-7 pm at Grace Congregational Church in Rutland. Pizza Included!
· 4/21 – 1-3 pm at the Little Theater in Woodstock
· 4/21 – 5-7 pm at Ascutney Union Church in Windsor/Ascutney. Pizza Included!
Email camp or call 802-672-5220 with your name and how many you’re bringing with you. More Info can be found at bethanybirches.org/freecamp/