Halloween is right around the corner hopefully those out for fun will be responsible and not do any damaging acts just go out for the usual trick & treating.
Hope everyone is taking the warning to get a flu shot this season and they seem to be very available but the warning is predicted to be a bad season.
The Willsboro United Methodist church has cancelled their plans to have a public supper on Nov. 6th due to several scheduling conflicts. We will be back in the spring.
Reminder the area churches will be sponsoring the ninth Annual Veterans Day Appreciation program and dinner at the Willsboro School Cafeteria on Monday, Nov. 11, starting at 4:30 p.m. at no cost to the Veterans and their guest that live in the towns of Essex and Willsboro. Reservations are appreciated by calling Bobbie Paye at 963-5025 or Vicki Dickerson at 963-4459. I mis-stated last week they are looking for those that served in the Korean Conflict.
June Lincoln’s three daughters have given a lasting memorial outside bench in memory of Walt and June Lincoln; it will be placed outside at the new Senior Living community. June was a 1943 alumni of Willsboro School and this past Sunday a memorial yellow Rose was placed on the altar of the Methodist Church by her classmate Shirley Stanley Cross.
Congratulations to April Rose Spring upon receiving her graduation from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science degree. She is another Willsboro Alumni that we are very proud of as she has expanded her education. She is the daughter of Pam and Larry Spring of Willsboro.
Breakfast will be available at the Willsboro Fire Hall on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 8:30 to 11 a.m., always a great meal.
Music for the Soul benefit for the Willsboro Drama Club will be held at Turtle Island Café on Sunday, Oct. 27, from 1 to 4 p.m. offering food and lots of music for $15 per.
Happy Birthday to: Joe Bruno Oct. 26, Josh Carson Oct. 29, Zack Peltier Oct. 30, Hayden Trow Oct. 30, Ethel French Oct. 31.