Reprinted with permission of The Vermont Standard.
Wow, who could ask for a better day than Sunday – blue sky, sunshine, and temps in Tyson almost reaching 60! Still a bit of a wind, but hopefully it will dry things out. We are continuing to schlep up our driveway and I understand that we are not alone in trying to preserve the integrity of our driveway until the frost moves up and out. Well, at least it finally beginning to seem like spring!
I listed several April birthdays last time and I have just learned about another – Andrew Brisson on the 21st. Since we have 4 such celebrations in our congregation this month, we are planning to have a potluck lunch after church this coming Sunday in order to celebrate. Of course, any and everyone is welcome to join us.
Rebecca Geary, Executive Director at Farm and Wilderness will be our guest speaker at the Reach Out Luncheon on Thurs, 4/16 at 11:00 AM in the downstairs Community Room at Tyson Church. Park in the Echo Lake Inn parking lot and join us for beef stew, salad, and dessert, plus time to chat with old friends and meet new ones!
I have just learned that Bethany Birches Camp Summer Registration is open for ages 8-18 with sessions running from 6/21 – 8/7. It is an exciting place to meet new friends while enjoying many outdoor activities in a faith building atmosphere. Glee Club, rock climbing, tubing, and flying a RC Helicopter are special activities in the 8/2-6 Push Your Limits Weeks. Check out details on all sessions at http://www.bethanybirches.org/summer-camps/
Remember that tiered pricing and scholarships are available.
Folks in the community have been asking for ways to assist Sarah Kaminski and little Hunter. A website for contributions has been set up by one of Sarah’s co-workers. You may donate at http://www.gofundme.com/pwpxeo.