Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
Isn’t it fortunate that we have lovely lakes in our town where we can cool off on hot days? I drove through Reading on Sunday afternoon and hit a cloud burst. Coming up Tyson/Reading Rd I could see where the rain stopped. Needless to say, when I arrived home, I had to water my gardens!
How exciting that two of our Plymouth students are having their one-act plays performed at Bookstock – Anna Helpler’s is “What a Piece of Work is Will” and Julia Kowalski wrote one entitled “’Right Back at It”. They will be presented on Saturday, 7/28 on the Green in Woodstock.
It is with sadness that I note the passing of John Wheeler. He was a fixture in our area in many ways. As a member of the Plymouth Fire Dept, he worked hard at fighting fires, but also put out some wonderful dinners as well. The younger generation will always recall his role as Santa Clause! When Tom and I visited on Saturday, he was on comfort care and Bea was by his side. Please note the funeral will take place on Thursday, 7/19 at 11:00 AM at the Church of the Annunciation in Ludlow. Tyson Ladies Aid, of which Bea was an active member for many years, we be handling the luncheon there.
The Community Luncheon will still take place at Tyson Church at 11:30 on Thursday, 7/19.
Real estate in moving and we have had another two property transfers. 1. 463 Crown Point Road for $182,000, Michael Shannon to Alexander Baker. 2. Land on Round Top Road for $2,800 from the Iain Mackay Disclaimer Trust to Laurie Cieciuch and Christine Cohen.