How exciting it has been for me this last couple of days, the snow is nearly gone, and there is evidence of new life sprouting up from the cold ground, and even can see the buds on the tree's starting to show us that the season is changing. The many shades of spring green is always such a joy to witness.
Our community showed evidence of our care and concern for our aging population, as we see more and more progress in converting the old Willsboro school into a new use to offer a less stressful way of living for that age group. Also this past weekend to be a part of a group from our United Methodist assist one of our members in a move to a Senior Housing unit; this is also a great place to live as one downsizes.
The Willsboro School drama club has presented two more drama plays, one by the younger children and also one by the senior class. This is another great opportunity for our students to learn leadership skills.
The Willsboro/Reber United Methodist Churches have announced their Easter services; Psalm Sunday will be at regular hours for both churches,Maundy Thursday service will be at 7 p.m. in the Willsboro Church, Good Friday Service will be at noon also in the Willsboro Church, Easter Sunday sunrise service at 7 a.m. in the Reber church with a breakfast to follow, then both churchs will have the regular worship services at the regular time. Any interested persons are welcome to come and share with these congregations this great greeting into Spring.
It is reported that the Congregational Church's last Coffee House had a packed crowd for their last performance of the season, these were nice winter breaks. The Willsboro Bowling lanes and the Whallonsburg Grange continue to offer several special entertainment opportunities, just check their adds.
Happy Birthday to: Tess Lobdell Mach 13, Dorothy Dodds March 16, Kathryn Belzile March 15, Ken Coonrod March 18, Scott Sayward March 21, Jayde Trow March 21. Mona Morgan March 22, Drago Lobdell March 23, Roseann Sayward March 23, Polly Belanger March 23.