Bakers Mills News

It has been great to have a few days with warmer weather. It really melted the snow and less shoveling for many. Giving the plows a rest for a few days.

William and Shannon Moffitt and daughter were excited about a trip to Disney World in Florida. Soon after arriving Shannon was taken with terrible pain. She ended up in the hospital with gall bladder and had to have surgery.

Mary Allen from Johnsburg has been a patient at Glens Falls Hospital. Shirley Virgil is still a patient.

The flu has hit the whole United States very hard. Follow what you have been told. Be sure to get your flu shot, then drink lots of water and wash your hands often. When you sneeze or cough, do it into your elbow. Be sure to tell your family these things.

It was great talking to Esther Hill via telephone near New Year’s day. She wishes all her friends in our area a great year. She was pleased to hear from Carmella Thissell for Christmas. She has great memories from the years that She and Paul came to Bakers Mills. Dick and Hilda Souza feel the same. Time does change so much.

Liane Harrison and Suzy Virgil enjoyed an adult play date on Saturday. They worked on making bead jewelry at Suzy’s.

We are sorry to hear about the death of Jim Morwood and Chuck Bankert.

This weekend the “Forever One” will be in concert in many churches. Listen on 91.7 FM for updates. They will be at the Oneida Church on Friday night. Two different churches in Warrensburg on Sunday.

On Feb. 16, there will be a Ladies Tea Luncheon at the Sodom Community Church Fellowship Room. The guest speaker will be Debbie Geer. Please RSVP by Feb. 10 so we will know how many to count on to Jane Nevins or to me.

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