Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
I hope that everyone has been soaking up the lovely weekend sunshine, at least from indoors if not outside in the cold! Looks like that other predicted snow storm will miss us. I am not disappointed….
Thanks to everyone who assisted with and attended the Community Luncheon last Thursday. Thanks to Tom at the Echo Lake Inn for assisting with walkways. Delicious food, wonderful music, and lots of socializing. Jim Hasson and Ken Harmon teamed up to sing with Adam and Sue. The hope is to gather again in April. How would you like to help this time? Let me know.
This Thursday is the Reading Group at 6:30 at the Community Center. This time we read Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind By Sarah Wildman. It was interesting to learn about the struggles and resiliency of folks in occupied countries and those who came to US during the Holocaust years. Even if you haven’t read this book, join us and help to choose the next one!
I understand that the Planning and Zoning meeting for 3/13/2018 had to be cancelled due to weather. The next meeting will be 7:00pm on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. Work will continue work on Town Plan. The public is encouraged to attend and have input.
As many publications note property changes, we plan to do the same. The latest one is. 881 Johnson Farm Rd: David Cederlund Trust to Benjamin & Deborah Poole: $565,000.
Some folks may know Judy and Paul Nevins from Mt Holly, whose home was severely damaged by fire last Thursday. Both Paul and Judy were teachers at the Plymouth Elementary School many years ago. More to come on how best to assist them. Thanks to Jeff Sailer and Tom for taking the tanker over to assist with mutual aid.