After the big storm further south, this past Friday was our turn. Guess there is more our way come Wednesday. If only it would stay off the roads. The road crews do a great job to keep the roads open. After the snow was the winds and drifting.
Pat Porter is happy to be back to his own home but still has a long road ahead until he feels like himself again.
Dick Virgil is gaining more strength each day and hopes to feel great by spring. He is glad to be able to eat real food.
Mary Russell, Alvin and Jean Russell enjoyed a great meal out Friday night to celebrate Mary and Jean's birthdays'
Little Gore was glad to have all the fresh fallen snow in time for the tubing day on Saturday. A great turn out. Fun for adults as well as kids.
Earl Allen, Alonzo Conlon and son Aaron had supper with Ryan and Keisha Sprague and family on Wednesday.
Orlando Conlon turned five on Jan. 4 and enjoyed a birthday party on Jan. 8 with his grandpa Bill for both birthdays. Other family was also there.
Sorry to hear about the death of Ione Pelletier. She was a great school teacher and the last to have taught on Edwards Hill Rd. Fred and Kjerstia Allen were the last ones to attend the Dist. No. 7 on Edwards Hill Rd.
Orlando Conlon, Amber Conlon, Bill Conlon, Rebekah Kuricose, Carli Myers and Tony Millington.
Kurt and Rachel Werger, George and Erin Dunkley.
Enjoy each and every day.