Bakers Mills News

Spring has arrived and also another snowstorm. The snowbanks are still high enough, and now road crews are plowing and sanding again. With the time change and longer daylight hours, it is good to know warmer weather is just around the corner. Soon the daffodils will be peeking.

Remember next Sunday is Palm Sunday and all week is Holy Week and so many things are going on.

There was a birthday celebration at Joe Cleveland's on Saturday to celebrate the 21st birthday of Tim Steady.

Wedding trip to Las Vegas: Several enjoyed a trip to Las Vegas. While there Seth Dunkley and Lois Martindale were married on March 9. Kevin Kinnarney and Jolene Slater were the witnesses. All had such a great time.

Larry and Venessa Dunkley and Victor Dunkley have returned to Queensbury after spending time in Florida.

Great to have many bells rung to celebrate 200 years of being Warren County. Earl Allen rings the bell every Sunday before church begins. It was getting hard to ring so Alonzo Conlon and sons, Aaron and Ian, greased the bell so it was easier to pull the rope.

Many ladies enjoyed their crafts and refreshments on Saturday at Sodom Church. On Monday there were several men at Sodom Church for their monthly breakfast.

Upcoming date: May 4th will be the yearly Spaghetti Supper at Wevertown put on by Community Compassions. Also: There will be a ladies retreat on May 3-4 at the Red Farmhouse on Edwards Hill. Watch for further updates.

Happy Birthday to: Jackie Grimes, Michael Allen, Debby Leigh, Sierra Dunkley, Ginny Dalaba, Todd, TJ Millington, Diana Cleveland, Ashley Morse, Scott Kramar and Derrick Hobbs.

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