Hope everyone that likes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day had some of the traditional food that is tipical for this special holiday. We got another weather surprise this past week and nature still seems to have a supply of snow that it wants to share with us. Regardless there still seems to be plenty of activities around for us to enjoy. Last and this weekend there are several opportunities to visit Maple Sugar houses and enjoy that great maple flavor. The 1812 Homestead has one such event Saturday, March 24.
The Seniors are presenting their play "Murder in the Banquet," March 22 and 23 at 7 p.m. with an admission of $5. The class of 2015 will be holding a different kind of public meal on March 21, Chili and Dog meal served both in house at the school or you can get a take out for $7. This last Sunday was the last time for the Ski group to met for this winter, a great program and has been around for several years. A notice has gone out to the public that to comply with better safety at school, the front doors will be locked to anyone that wants to enter after school opens for the day, you will need to be buzzed in by the front desk staff. Another step in trying to make the school a safer place for our children. The notice has gone out for Pre School and Kindergarten children to enroll for next school year should contact the school nurse.
The children at the United Methodst after school program made a trip out to the new SPCA center in Elizabethtown this past week, and reported how great the new quarters are for housing the animals. They had collected money to give to the center to assist them in purchasing items for the animals. A real fun trip.
Youth and adults the town summer program is seeking interested staff to run their summer programs, several category's are listed and if interested you can pick up an application at the town hall, they must be in soon, so if interested cotact them soon.
Happy Birthday to: Christine Provost March 24, Carol Young March 25, Jolene Sayward March 25, Leslie Wilkins March 26, Richard Sayward March 27, Barbara McKaig March 28, Marlene Young March 29, Win Belanger March 29, Ann Choate March 30, Tracie Gay March 30, Robert McVicker March 31.