Republished with permission from The Vermont Standard
Well, this weather is certainly incredible! It was actually hot at Bounty Day, but that sun was wonderful & the view of the mountain across the road was a magnificent explosion of colors. There was a great mix of tables – some vendors selling their crafts (Willow Draws, Sandie Small – crafts, Laurie Marechaux – jewelry, but also a number of service providers giving out information. Representatives from Ottauquechee Health Foundation, Senior Solutions, The Current Transportation Service, Mt Ascutney Community Health, Plymouth Memory Tree & more.
Emergency Services offered lots of goodies & brought one of the new (to us) fire trucks over; Tyson Church provided mini muffins & chili (food for body & spirit); Tyson Ladies Aid brought an array of books from Tyson Library; Robert Fishman had his home-baked bread. Farm & Wilderness set up a table, as did Bethany Birches Camp. Peak Reality was on hand, as was Mike Bagley (arborist), Sarah Kaminsky with Herbal Life & Wyldon Fishman – solar energy. Sorry if I left anyone out & also, sorry for those of you who missed it!
Many thanks to Melissa Maravell for providing special music at our Worship Service at Tyson Church on Sunday. She also took part in a funny vignette, along with Dana Dolloff, Theresa Steward, & her friend, Hap. You will find Melissa in concert at Church of Our Saviour in Killington on Friday, 10/3 at 7:00 PM.
Welcome to Gwen Groff & Robert Buchan & their family, now living in Plymouth. Son, Andy is on the Woodstock football team. Lillie will be playing 7 characters in the play, The Amish Project at the Yoh Theartre 10/10, 11, & 12.
I was away the first part of last week, but when I came home, it was nice to see that work has been started on the walking bridge in Tyson. I know there has been considerable controversy over the Trail, but hopefully the new bridge will help to smooth things over. Maybe we should have a party when it is completed…..