Geri Howe has returned from an exciting five-day bus trip to Canada, with stopovers in Quebec and Montreal. Geri viewed many different sights, including the famous Notre Dame Shrine. Geri enjoyed the trip and noted how clean the homes and streets were kept, including buildings large and small.
Charlotte Needham of Sky-Hi Road has returned from a week-long trip to Colchester, Vt. where she stayed with her son and grandsons, Max Galusha and boys.
Kiely and Gerry Knickerbocker of Johnsburg are proud to announce the birth of a son, born at Glens Falls Hospital on May 30, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces, and measuring 20.5 inches long. The boy has been named Preston Huckleberry Knickerbocker. Proud grandparents are Tom and Linda Butler of North Creek; and Billy and Nancy Knickerbocker of Johnsburg; and Donna Knickerbocker of River Road, Thurman.
Notes on the washout
An unfinished bridge on Garnet Lake South Road was being used by a few on Sunday, June 12. The working crew put in a 12-hour day on Saturday and had piled in enough gravel and other material so that an emergency vehicle could get through, or perhaps a light vehicle. This bridge has been washed out for nearly three weeks.
Many Thank-Yous have been sent in over the days after many of us have been isolated at our homes since May 28. It's been more than two weeks since the bridges gave way to raging floodwaters, and many good friends and neighbors have been helping out when and where they could. We have a partial list now, which we will add on to later: Barb Farrell, Carson Kenyon, the Perna family, Bruce Belden, Sue Baker, Jerry Cameron, Dick Needham, and to all the men who have put in such long hours working on our badly damaged roads.