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Willsboro 11-27-2010

Willsboro got the Holiday season off to a great start. Saturday Nov. 19 & 20th many shoppers came to enjoy the three Holiday sales and lunches being offered in town. It is reported that the movie "Safety Last" shown last weekend at the local school by the Champlain Valley Film Society was a real fun event. This was a silent Comedy with the expertise of pianist Ben Model, playing through out the film. Then once again the area churches joined together to offer a Thanksgiving Evening Service this past Sunday evening. You should watch for the Paine Library holiday offerings. Many families had some large gatherings for the Thanksgiving meal.

The Holiday season continues on this weekend with more opportunities to make the rounds and visit other seasonal sales. Saturday Dec. 4th the Willsboro Congregational Church will be holding their annual Christmas Greens Tea and sale. It will start at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m.. They feature a food table, collectibles, crafts and a soup & sandwich lunch. Downtown Essex comes alive with the Christmas Spirit with the United Methodist Church's sale and soup lunch. Shops will be open and a lot going on all day. The Grange Hall in Whallonsburg will be hosting another Holiday Sale. So everyone is invited back to make the rounds and meet up with friends and have a most enjoyable time. It is hard to believe but Christmas is just around the corner.

Reminder that on Tuesday, Nov. 30th anyone that is interesting in reviewing their Health care options with Medicare & Medicaid and prescription coverage can join us at the Willsboro United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. to check your options and get some advise from a reprehensive from the Office of the Aging. There are some changes with the new Health Care legislation recently passed into effect. All interested persons are welcome.

Happy Birthday to: Dennis Kalma 11/29, Paula Lindsay 11/29, Roland Mitchell II 12/2, Clayton Belzile 12/3, Dale Boardman 12/4, Monica Feeley 12/4, Wayne Feeley 12/5, Jordan Strong 12/5, Mary Boardman 12/5.

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