Keeseville Column

Tuesday, Oct. 22, is an important day for Keeseville residents as voting on the referendum whether or not to approve the dissolution plan for the Village Keeseville. I strongly urge all Keeseville residents to vote on this important issue.

Saturday, Oct. 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. will be a Harvest Dinner at the Knights of Columbus Lodge in Keeseville with Turkey and all the trimmings. Adults are $10 a person and children three and under will be free.

Kingsland Square Bistro and Bakery now have weekly specials which can be viewed online at kingslandsquarebistro.com Their new menu looks very delicious with new grill items and baked goods and definitely worth trying. The menu can also be viewed in its entirety on the website as well.

In spite of the government shutdown, the last flight of the year for the North Country Honor Flight went off this past weekend. The officers of the North Country Honor Flight wish to thank the countless individuals across the North Country who have supported these missions and done their part to honor the World War II veterans that waited so long for this. My thanks to the officers themselves of the North Country Honor Flight for providing this amazing service to our very deserving local veterans.

Even with the loss of Mac’s Grocery, a lot of construction is going on around Keeseville which is wonderful. Great to see our community growing.

My cat and I are very happy to report that our chipmunk has finally been seen stuffing his cheeks full of seeds for the winter months. The honking Geese overhead are clearly forecasting the upcoming winter season. My neighbor was working today to set up his Halloween displays out in his yard. Time to get out and enjoy all the colorful and spooky sights our community has to offer.

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