The “Third Day” will be in concert on March 1 at 7 p.m. at the Glens Falls Civic Center. There will also be two other groups the same evening. If you would like to attend and get in for a group rate contact Kathy Allen at 251-2079. It will be $22 per ticket as a group. Decide and call before Feb. 17.
Starting fresh with haircuts in Union Beach: Heather Allen Semmens lost her whole kiddie kuts shop when Hurricane Sandy hit. Heather was out of work for 9 weeks. Now she has her shop back up and running. So many pitched in to help and get the shop opened. Cherished Kids Cuts is now open. Heather was a little worried if she would get her customers after being closed for that long, but she was all booked and so busy. Heather is so happy to be of service to the area again. Union Beach still has a long way to go for people to get homes.
Because of my broken computer, I missed wishing many a happy birthday or anniversary. Now will I start in January brand new.
Happy Birthday to: Katie Kramar, Noreen Bennett, Brendon Warrner, Thomas Blake, David Cleveland, Barbara O'Dell, Orlando Conlon, Laura Allen, Sterling Allen, Taylor Ordway, Makayla Denno, Nathan Russell, Amber Conlon, Bill Conlon, Judy Cleveland Dunkley, Rebekah Kuricose, Carli Myers, Tony Millington, Tracy Kramar, Justin Bacon, Jesse Bradway and Eve Carmody.
Happy Anniversary to: Kurt and Rachel Werger.
Hester’s History (cont.)
My father had some brothers and sisters. I am not sure if I will remember all their names. There was William Rist, a minister, Isaac Rist, Dennis Rist and Willard Rist. Dennis went into one of the New England states and changed his name to Charles Rice (I understand). Isaac was shot through the window while sleeping in his bed at Crown Point, New York by a jealous enraged man. Willard Rist died in the home of my sister Esther Rist Knipes, on the Edwards Hill near Earl and Daisy Allen’s home. Father’s sisters were Delolah, Rachel, Elizabeth, Mary and Caroline. I don’t remember if there were and any others or not.