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So many times we do not really know the extent of how far a family reached into the community where they live. A real demonstration was brought to life this past week. The family of Teresa and and Ken Sayward had a tremendous outpouring of support upon the recent death of their son Kyle. This family has served this community and beyond in many ways over their lifetime. Years of farming and connecting with other farmers, the whole family operating a great county store business, serving many needs of the community. The whole family has been active in many local organizations and offered leading volunteer services to several such groups. Teresa has served this community well as a government leader when she was our supervisor and now our Assemblywoman. Thus this family has touched the lives of many and they turned out in mass numbers to express their deep sorrow at this time of their family loss. The Willsboro United Methodist Women had Robin Pierce from the Smith House come and give an update on the recent changes at the Health Center, changes are looking great. All evidence of the Mountain View Restaurant is now gone, something new to rise soon. The facelift at the Bowling Alley building is really looking great. Birthday greetings: Thelma Doty Feb. 3, Ray Gifford Feb. 4, Scott Marcott Feb. 5, Roger King Feb. 6, Taylor Strong Feb. 6 Edna Coonrod Feb. 7, Belated anniversary to Ed and Gert Grady Feb. 2.

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