Well we have now had our first real SNOW day this past week with several cancellations and most people staying home. I truly like to see the snow covered ground and we are so grateful to our great Highway Department for their great work of keeping our roads open. Many events were scheduled tor this weekend and most of them on Saturday and Sunday still went on as planned. There were two big birthday parties on Saturday, one for Edna Coonrod and the other for Liz Mero, hope you all had a great time. I was able to attend the Library Chocolate tasting on Sunday, wow they had a big assortment of wonderful chocolate desserts to try. The weather did not cancel many of the other events that took place after the Friday storm.
I was very impressed with the recent newsletter from the Mountain Lake Services. This is a great resource and they truly make us a better community for being here. One of the clients Gary Crowningshield and his care giver attended the chocolate tasting event and he was really enjoying himself, great to see him, so glad they can get out and attend local events.
Anyone interested in Yoga lessons they are being offered at the Willsboro Methosdist Church on Monday's Feb. 4 to March 4 between 5 and 6:30 p.m. You are advisded to wear loose clothing, bring your yoga mat or a blanket; for more information call 963-7928 (Tony D'Angelo).
Plans are moving ahead for the building of the history kiosk that will display in pictures the history highlights of our community. This will be located on the narrow strip of land just around from the bridge and across from the Library. This should be of interest to our visitors. This is a Heritage Project under a special gift of funds.