Nature is still displaying wonderful splashes of yellow color throughout the community. Many thanks to the road crews for doing their spring roadside cleaning and trash pick up. We are hopeful that more of us will become aware of picking up the roadside trash near where we live and walk. Mountain View Drive residents are getting in to sprucing up their property with three new roof jobs, the old Marshal house has a beautiful new front porch; the street is looking good.
Mark your calendar for a special event on Aug. 10 when a bicycle group of 1,700 to 2,000 riders will be going through our community at mid-day. It is reported that the more welcoming our community is for the riders, they are more likely to return sometime. Reminder of the outside burning ban is still in effect until after May 15th.
We are returning to more normal times as we welcome back Florence LaMountain, Pete and Mary Gload, Ginny and Frank Rankin, all returning from their winter residences.
The Willsboro United Methodist Church is starting their monthly suppers once again, the next one will be on May 5 serving Roast Pork.
Kim Feeley is leading a "Tween" group of young people on some interesting outings. This past week, they went mountain climbing and took their lunch. This group meets on Saturdays at the Willsboro Methodist church and is open to other interested young people and possibly a few adults to accompany the group. Let Kim know of your interest.
Mother's Day is fast approaching. Hope you have made special plans to treat your mother on this special day! Restaurants are offering some very special meals.
The Willsboro Visitors' Center will be opening for the summer season June 1. We're still looking for some interested volunteers for three hour shifts once a week or once ever other week. Let Janice Allen know if you are willing to volunteer; call 963-8912.
Happy Birthday to Claudia Russell 4/1, Arlene Bigelow 5/2, Katie Shepard 5/3, Adam Robare 5/4, Larry Page 5/5, Alexis McVicker 5/8, Bob Bigelow 5/8.