What a beautiful Saturday for all the different events.
Rollin Swinton was taken to Glens Falls Hospital from Indian River Nursing Home on Thursday when he had a lot of fluid buildup. He was happy to have family visit him on Sunday.
RoseAnne Fogarty, Perry Smith and their daughter, Meg, had an open house for their Edwards Hill Friends and other family members to their House Warming of the “Spring Hill” rehab on Friday afternoon. It was great to sit on the screened in porch and see the beautiful Crane Mt. view.
Nikki Conlon and sons, Aaron and Ian, enjoyed a week’s vacation in Vermont to celebrate Aaron’s 15th birthday. On Saturday night, Aaron camped with his Dad, Alonzo and on Sunday enjoyed a family gathering at Aaron’s home.
More than 60 people enjoyed attending the Dalaba Reunion at Camp Triumph on Saturday. Everyone enjoyed the food, pictures and stories of old. Several hiked to the lean-tos while several boys enjoyed climbing trees. Folks from the state of Michigan were there plus: Schroon Lake, Fort Ann, Albany, Granville, Pottersville, North Creek, Johnsburg, Glens Falls and Bakers Mills.
On Sunday, retired Rev. Oliver Dalaba preached at the Sodom Community Church. After church, Oliver and Ginny headed for Massachusetts to Ginny’s sister’s house.
The Weslyan Church in Bakers Mills had a great turnout for their Vacation Bible School last week. The youth enjoyed the Bible stories and activities.
The fundraiser on Wednesday night at Trappers in North Creek was a huge success. It was held by community friends to help with Kraig Millington’s medical bill. Kraig was at Albany Med for seven days.
Also, on Saturday there was a coin drop at the Four Corners in North Creek to help with Kraig’s hospital bill. Thanks to Bruce and Amy Cleveland for planning this event and for those who helped. God bless everyone who stopped to drop in any amount or just a word of encouragement.