It is an adventure to get around this community. Our piles of snow are so high one has to get well out into the road before you are sure you can proceed. The roofs are still piled high with a good amount of snow. For some it is real worrisome as to just how to proceed, pull it down, or climb up and add more weight to the problem. We are hopeful that no one has a cave-in.
The library chocolate tasting event this past Sunday was a wonderful affair. There was so many great desserts to sample, and you could also purchase some treats to bring home. The other great part was to get to visit with so many different people; this was truly a great fundraiser. After this event you had the opportunity to visit the Catholic Church for the remainder of the afternoon to play in several games of choice. The weekend was kicked off with the Congregational church's Coffee House that featured the "Green Beans" group consisting of the two Ferris young men. All of these were a real build up to the mid winter Valentine's holiday. This next weekend is the movie sponsored by the Champlain Valley Film Society. They will be showing "Exit through the Gift Shop." This will be Saturday, Feb. 19 at the Willsboro School starting at 7:30 p.m., with an admission of $5 for adults and $2 under 18.
We are very happy that the Pierce family is now back here in Willsboro after an attempted vacation in Egypt. We received word from Leanna DeNeal that their son Patrick and his wife are now the proud parents of twin girls, both good size babies and all went well. Needless to say, they have some very happy parents and grandparents.
PLEASE NO MORE BOTTLE CAPS FOR THE TIME BEING. THANKS TO ALL DONATED ONES.
Happy Birthday to: Donald Perry Feb. 16, Alan Hutchings Feb. 21, Hunter Whalen Feb. 21, Alex Shepard Feb. 22, Jackie Wade Feb. 22, Lorena Hanna Feb. 23, John Sayward Feb. 23, Mae Mero Feb. 23, Sandy Delaney Feb. 25. Happy Anniversary to Tina and Jim Hotaling Feb. 22 (their 25th).