Happy New Year to all the News Enterprise readers. Set goals high and spend time with family.
With all the snow, ice and wind, remember each day is bringing us closer to spring.
Community Compassions met Jan. 5 to discuss the events from 2008 and what will be needed in 2009.
The ladies of the Sodom Community Church were pleased to be able to serve a luncheon to the Persons family on New Years Day before the family had to go to the funeral parlors for the calling hours and Memorial service for Nicholas.
After church on Sunday, many enjoyed the luncheon in the fellowship room from the food that had been prepared and left over. A good time for sharing thoughts with each other.
Any donations in memory of Nicholas can be sent to Todd Persons or George and Martha Persons. They will be given to the ICU or newborns at Albany Medical.
Fred Allen spent several days at his River House at the Glen. With below zero temperatures, he had to fix his furnaces and frozen pipes. It took a while to get everything going again. Many folks have had to thaw out pipes, recently - such is life in the Adirondacks.
Tim and Cassie Noel and daughter are happy to be in their own home again. Last March, during the bad ice storm, a huge tree came down on their other home. Good luck to you.
The Book of James is the new Bible Study at the Sodom Church on Sunday nights at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
Jordan Wemett and two friends drove straight through to Jordan's home from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado. The guys will head back to college this week.
Rollie and Shirley Cleveland hosted a dessert night last Sunday at their home. Snuffy and Sue Allen, Aunt Pansy Allen, Gary and Dody Millington, Lance and Bonnie Cleveland and nephew, Damien, Jeff and Tanya Wemett and son Jordan all enjoyed the goodies.