Keeseville Column

The weather is changing and the AuSable Chasm is absolutely gorgeous as is the Lake. I have managed to see the Eagle yet again.It seems to like the top perch on the fourth tree from the entrance to the preserve. My backyard is also starting to get busier. I keep getting a rabbit visiting my feeder between three to five in the morning as well as plenty of birds throughout the day. I’m expecting my chipmunks to make an appearance soon as well.

The North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association is presenting a one night lecture 5 p.m. Sunday, March 24, at the Peru Free Library. The presenter is the Association’s own President Jackie Madison who will be using four generations of her own family to open a special window on history. The Event is entitled “From Slavery to Citizenship: one family’s story of the impact of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., and Barack Obama on ordinary African- Americans.

Again, remember the activities of numerous organizations in our community that can always use volunteers or have events planned. We have very active Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, a great library, Knights of Columbus, Elks, veterans, and our churches among others.Also don’t forget we spring cleaning we do have a book sale coming up some time this summer as well as The Methodist Church with their thrift shop. Remember this is not a way of getting rid of garbage but helping others in need.

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