Bakers Mills News

We had a little taste of spring for a short time. We must remember here in the Adirondacks that all kinds of weather will still be with us for a few more months. Yes! I have seen plenty of snow in May. Wind sure did visit us over the weekend. One good thing is that the days are getting longer. That is a plus.

Many of us are thinking this has been quite a snowy winter. I agree, until I hear and remember a few from years ago. I remember when the snowbanks were so tall you could not see the School House on Edwards Hill Rd. Also, a couple different people told me about the time the snow was so deep that all you could see was the stove pipe of Arthur Morehouse. Some of the neighbors had to shovel him out. There was no way he could get out by himself.

Anyone remember the huge snowdrift in 1970 that was by the Johnny Hitchcock house? It took hours for the loader to get the road passable. Glad no one above had to get out quick.

Rev. Oliver and Ginny Dalaba made the trip from Florida to attend the funeral of his baby sister, Candy Dalaba. So many taveled a distance and locally for the funeral.

Debby Austin is home from the hospital.

Emma Parsons is home from the hospital and very happy that some of her out of state family have been to see her. Candice Blake spent a few days and now Allan and Bev MacDonald are visiting.

Darrell Hitchcock is spending a few weeks with his mother, Agnes Straight

Meagan Nevins made the Dean's List. She attends Potsdam College.

Earl Allen and Vincent Nevins went to Glens Falls on Monday to get a bedliner for Earl Allen's truck.

Many enjoyed the Datona 500 on Sunday. Good for you sports folks.

Sorry to hear about the death of Roger Remington.

Happy Birthday

Fanny Allen, Patty Cleveland, T.J. Lawrence, Ethan Carmody, Justin Wilkinsen, Jerry Galusha, Marge Cummings, Valerie Gage, Berniece Conlon, Vivian Kramar, Christopher Persons

Happy Anniversary

Lee and Daisy Allen

Enjoy each and every day.

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