Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
What lovely weather for Mother’s Day – hope everyone enjoyed it! Of course we certainly deserved it after the brief return to winter on Saturday. The baseball parade took place in Ludlow on Saturday, plus both of our grandsons had games. It was absolutely freezing! The cold wind was whipping and showers were threatening and it certainly didn’t feel like the 50 degrees that was predicted. I hope that was the last of warm coats, hats and gloves!
I understand that WUHS prom took place at Bethany Birches Camp this past weekend. What a lovely setting and a nice way to acquaint folks with the camp. There will be a work day there on Saturday, 5/19.
The time is fast approaching for the big tag sale at the Community Center that will take place from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on both Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. There is still some limited indoor space, so contact Lauren (email@example.com) if you are interested. Items may brought over on Saturday, May 19th 11am – 1pm, Sunday, May 20th Noon-3pm, and Wednesday, May 23rd 4:30pm-6:30pm
Real estate seems to be moving these days as evidenced by these latest sales On 4/30/18: 96 Echo View Drive for $345,000, John and Nancy McGarty to Duston and Stacey Ladieu. On 5/2/2018: 2370 Route 100 for $310,000, Christopher and Jennifer Cosgrove to Matthew Scher and Asha Samal. On 5/7/2018: Salt Ash Road, SA 3-35 & 3-36 (Land) for $10,000, Melissa Loinaz-Bautista to Joanna Keefe