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Bakers Mills News

It was another beautiful week, but the leaves are changing fast to let us know what is ahead. Many are getting their wood cut and piled for winter if not done already. Soon the smoke will be puffing through the chimneys. Summer doesn’t last long in the Adirondacks, but the scenery is gorgeous.

Rollin Swinton is still in Glens Falls Hospital after another fall.

Fred and Ruth Allen, with help from friends, spent a week working on their Mission House in Warrensburg. They did get to enjoy some of the sites, taking their daughter, Heather, and grandchildren, Jonas and Izzy.

Luther and Gretta Grimes are now settled in their new home. It is by their son and daughter-in-law, Archie and Jackie. They would love to have some company stop by to visit them. I enjoyed having lunch with them on Saturday. Luther enjoys going in his motorized wheelchair to his other son and daughter-in-law, Ron and Shellie.

Bruce and Amy Cleveland have been busy staining their home to match the garage. Looks great.

Perry and Roseanne Fogarty Smith enjoyed another weekend at their Edwards Hill Home. They love sitting on their deck and looking at Crane Mountain and the color change.

Some of the Mearns family were at their Bakers Mills home for the weekend.

I took Dad to Bill’s Diner on Saturday night for supper. Then on Sunday, Dezore Cleveland, Dad and I went to Red Lobster after church.

Rosalie Russell was the guest of honor with several of her friends at the home of Arlene Ordway to celebrate Rosalie’s birthday. Everyone enjoyed cake, ice cream and punch with sherbet. Rosalie enjoyed her gifts. There were lots of laughs.

Sorry to hear about the death of Bill Heidrich and Ima Francis Hults.

Happy Birthday to: Frank Noel, Philip Russell, Carl Russell, Jonathan Allen, Brian Warrington, Whitney Rose Schott, Hazel Wells, Amy Millington Schumacher, Cassie Cleveland, Lucus Dunkley and Bonnie Wells.

Happy Anniversary to: Micky and Tammy Farrell, and Matt and Mikelean Allen.

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