Muriel LaPointe was pleased to have her son, Terry Hitchcock and wife, Donna from Cape Cod come for a few days. He visited other family while here. Trina Riedinger treated her daughter, Charlie, for her birthday, and some friends to a trip to Albany to enjoy the circus. Kids seems to love watching the animals perform. Gerry Chambers sends news that she is feeling much better and glad to be home from the hospital. She is going to sell her home. In-Style Flooring is having a remnant sale. Remnants are up to the size of 12 x 12. Earl Allen went to Dr. Kirshner one day last week. Also, Rob Cropsey and Earl went to N.H. one day. Lynden and Daphne Millington finished reading 1000 books. It was announced at Lynden's school. Several items were given to them after the recognition. Their parents had to pick up each bag of books and return. North Creek Rafting is up and have enjoyed two weekends of rafters. Mike Schilinski is one of the bus drivers. White Water Derby will be this weekend. The Hudson River seems rather high. Everyone on the River good luck and be careful. Suzy Virgil and Kjerstia Schilinski went to New Jersey on the weekend. Fred and Ruth took them out for supper on Saturday evening along with Joe and Heather Semmens and Joe's nephew, Joey. Later to see Heather's shop, "Kiddy Kut Salon" then to Heather and Joe's for refreshments. Both enjoyed the church service on Sunday where Fred is pastor. Later enjoyed a wonderful time at Heather's baby shower. The very last gift was special with many shedding a tear. Heather opened the gift to find a quilt made from her Grandma Woods clothes. Her scarf was the trim. Happy Birthday to: Charlie Riedinger, Gerry Cleveland Chambers, Denny Bacon, Billy A. Thomas, George Dunkley, Jonas Werger, Tim Noel, Brenden Farrell, Brooke Denno, Randy Schott, Kiera Warner, Happy Anniversary to: Dick and Suzy Virgil The Lord is my shepherd. Take time to rest and enjoy what has been given to us free!