Regardless of the weather, fall is still a very active around here. This week there were two public suppers, soccer games, many traveling through town with this great weather. This Saturday there will be a memorial service for June Lincoln at the Willsboro Methodist Church, calling hour with the family starting at 10 a.m. followed by her service at 11 a.m., then after the burial there will be a lunch reception back at the same church.
The same day at 2 p.m. will be a special dedication service will be held at the Healing Garden site to unveil the Christmas Box Angel; a long awaited addition to the garden. This special garden is located down in the back area of the Memorial Cemetery, public is welcome to join them for this celebration.
Fall programs are either underway or starting soon. The After School Christian Education Program at the Methodist Church will start on Thursday, Oct. 10, right after the school day. Be sure that if interested that you get your registrations in soon. The Visitor’s Center will only be open for two more weeks. I am very thankful of the many wonderful and dedicated volunteers over the season.
A very dedicated and faithful group will once again this year participate in the “Life Chain;” this will take place on Sunday, Oct. 6, from 2 to 3 p.m. down near the Library area. All interested persons are invited to join the group.
Be sure to mark your calendar to get your flu shot for the upcoming season. They will be available at the Willsboro School on Wed. Oct. 23 from 4 to 7 p.m. Some early reports are predicting a busy flu season and are recommending the shots.
Happy Birthday to Irene Hulse Oct. 8, Peter Gload Oct. 9, Melissa Huff Oct. 11. Happy Anniversary Barbara & Wayne Feeley Oct. 7.