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Willsboro Column

My journey to Reber this past week I was surprised to find two traffic lights in the center of Reber, wow a whole new sections of roadway being installed near the firehall.

By the time you read this column Halloween will be over and elections will be upon us. Please be reminded that this year one is not only voting for people to fill elected slots, but one needs to turn the ballot over and vote for the resolutions on the other wise your ballot may return to you as an incomplete ballot. So take your time and be sure to read everything and enter you choice.

Reminder NO PUBLIC SUPPER at the Methodist Church in November. None until Spring.

Sorry to hear that Father Micky will be leaving our area very soon, his parish will miss him greatly. I understand that this catholic church will now be sharing the services of an outside pastor.

It is hard to realize that Christmas is not far off and we do start to decorate in about a month. It was a big disappointment last season not to have the large evergreen tree in the down-town park lit up for the holiday. This column generated two volunteer resources to supply the needed lights for this year. I hope that the town takes up their offer and it will be lit this season. Another new opportunity offered by the Beautification committee is asking any interested persons to donate money for the purchase of large holiday wreaths that will be placed on the light post in the Main street area; give your donation to the town hall and state the purpose of the gift.

Another reminder of the Veteran’s special program and dinner to be served on Veteran’s Day at the Willsboro school.

Happy Birthday to: Dennis Everleth Nov. 02, Doris Whitten Nov. 3, Peter Johnpeer Nov. 7, Bethany Whalen Nov. 9.

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