November is still proving to be a busy month of special activities. The Willsboro Central School Drama Club will be presenting the production of "Damn Yankees" this weekend, Nov. 12-14 starting at 7:30 p.m. and then on Nov. 15 at 2 p.m. These young students always do a wonderful job, and I hope, as a community, we support their efforts.
The Willsboro Congregational Church is presenting an interesting program on Sat. Nov 14 at 7 p.m. Peter Panagore will share his experiences in a dramatic ice climbing, namely a 500 foot pitch adjacent Jasper, Alberta Canada. He sounds like he has an inspirational story to share with those in attendance. Another first is the special sale by local artist & farmers that will be held at the Willsboro School Gym on Sat. Nov 14 throughout the day.
The local film society has done an out standing job of not only presenting great movies right here in our area, but they have an added feature of having people involved with the movie subject introduce the movie and share some interesting things surrounding the movie being shown. The next movie will be on Sat. Nov. 21 at the Willsboro School, showing "Every Little Step" starting at 8 p.m.
The Willsboro United Methodist Church for the fifth year had a special program and meal for our Willsboro/Reber Veterans. This is a very impressive way to show our thanks to those that have served in our military over the years. Another special event took place at the Methodist church this past Sunday as they dedicated a Yamaha Keyboard in Memory of Lucille Richard. She loved music and this will assist the church to carry out their ministry with music in places where the large organ cannot go. Many members of her family were there to share the joy of the occasion.