Willsboro 6/5

Willsboro was a busy place this past weekend, there were many of our summer residents here to open camps and several just here for the holiday weekend. Most of our local restaurants are now open for business check the access channel 3 for details.

Many thanks to Larry Allen and his new Cemetery committee that has taken an interest in making the Gilliland Cemetery look like someone cares about its upkeep. He was also assisted by Ann Choate and her senior girl scouts that made the wreaths and placed the flags. This community does show great respect for our military persons that have served our country in all wars to assure us of our freedom. The Reber cemetery also had a nice addition this holiday time, a beautiful stone bench was installed in memory of Brennan Hathaway, if you are going by, stop and take a look.

Happy to report that Danny and Cathy Sweatt, their two sons and guest along with mother Betty Sweatt and her sister and brother-in-law, eight in all, recently had a most enjoyable vacation down in the Hawaii Islands for around eight days. They took in a lot of famous sights and had a wonderful time.

We know it is summer when Ethel's Dew Drop Inn is open for business, as it was this past weekend. Please note her nice addition of a more permanent roof and three sides over her outdoor tables. Received word that there will be a graveside memorial service for Marguerite (Marge) Beekman on Wednesday, June 16 at 1 p.m. in the Memorial Cemetery with a reception following the burial at the Congregational Church to meet the family.

Happy Birthday to John Uhlig 6/1, Sue Dwyer 6/2, Mary Lou Mason 6/3, Richard Morgan 6/6, Lindsay Hammel 6/6, Mat & Max Longware 6/10. Happy Anniversary to Leanna & Dick DeNeal 6/8, Vivian & John Ball 6/8, Terry & Jean McMahon 6/8, Tammy & Tim Benway 6/9.

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