Reprinted with Permission from The Vermont Standard.
Seems like spring is struggling to pop. Some of us had a mini-blizzard on Tuesday, although it didn’t last too long. I don’t believe I have ever seen such huge snowflakes! Looks like our sad sugaring season will come to an end shortly. I believe most folks have had a questionable season – ours is the worst we have ever had, so I hope the price of maple syrup doesn’t skyrocket.
Ken Harmon will be our speaker at the Community Luncheon on Thursday, 4/18, talking about his experience with a train crash. Hope folks will join us in the Community Room at Tyson Church at 11:30 for chicken, veggies, rolls and dessert.
Please note that the Bridgewater Grange will sponsor a free presentation on backyard composting by VT Master Composter Cat Buxton on Thursday, 5/9 at 6:30 PM. Attendees can purchase one Soil Saver composter per household for $30 and/or a Sure-Close kitchen pail for $5. Pre-registration requested if you’re considering a purchase. Call Ham Gillett at 674-4474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case you are starting your spring cleaning and finding items you no longer need, think about participating in Plymouth Town-Wide Tag Sale Memorial Day Sunday, May 26th 20199AM – 6PM at The Plymouth Community Center. More details to follow closer to the date!
Here are the recent property transfers:
1) 138 Merlin Way, $555,000 William & Karin Sweet to Paul Watson
2) 162 Bear Hill Road, $137,000 Peoples United Bank N.A. to Kristin and Richard Adkins
3) 314 Dead End Rd $290,000 Neil & Helen Dewar to Michael and Sophia Beland
4) 954 East Ash Rd, Ledges # 17 $240,000 William Dunkin to Edward and Laura Mazzella
5) 2185 Lynds Hill Rd., $200,000 Raymond Gingras and Deborah Woodward to Rebecca Ruplin and Kevin Ross