Bakers Mills News

The Warrensburg World’s Largest Garage Sale started Friday and was packed through the weekend. Folks from all over came to sell or to buy treasures. Friday and Saturday had great weather, but Sunday brought rain. The sale didn’t need it, but our area does need it. The rivers and brooks have been so low. Could almost cross the Hudson River on the rocks.

Fred and Ruth Allen from New Jersey, Joe and Heather Semmens’ children, Jonas and Izzy, and other friends spent a great weekend at the sale with thousands of others. I met them at Stewart’s in Warrensburg on Friday to give Heather a photo album of pictures of her that I had made for her.

Howard Greenholtz is home from the hospital and gaining slowly from leg and stomach problems.

Earl Allen had X-rays on his heel at Warrensburg Health Center one day last week.

Joan Ross had to go to hospital because of such a terrible headache that didn’t want to quit. After being checked out, she was able to come home and have a follow-up with her doctor.

Dick Virgil is home doing better after having to have a cardioversion. Not fun to have your heart jump started.

Victor Dunkley had a wonderful report on Friday. He is cancer free. Now he can rest easy.

Keith Allen fell and injured his shoulder. Keith and Grace would love phone calls and visits.

Ron and Kathy Allen entertained many family members for several days. Everyone enjoyed the chats, meals and the beautiful color of the leaves. Emma Parsons believes they are the most beautiful this year than her 94 years. It was wonderful to have Allen and Beverly MacDonald join Ron and Kathy to church.

Chris and Jammi Lorensen renewed their vows on Friday. They had a great 10-year celebration with their five children, Zara Wolfe and their grandson, and other family. Ron Allen had the renewal vows.

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