So much going on in our area. It was good to see so many at and near the train station. Also, the streets of North Creek were packed on both sides. Business is good. Great to see so many shops open.
Sorry about no news last week. Just so much going on to try to think where to start.
Jacqueline Tyner is home from the Boston Hospital. She thinks she is getting a little stronger each day.
Cindy Nevins is feeling better after having a bout with kidney stones.
Faye Newkirk is home from the hospital after spending a couple of days with vertigo.
Pam Mulligan is feeling good after her surgery at Albany Med. Hospital in Albany.
Shirley Cleveland is gaining after her surgery at Glens Falls Hospital.
Suzy Virgil was able to attend church Sunday after her shoulder surgery a couple of weeks ago.
Kathy Allen has been laid up for a couple of weeks with a very bad back. Still painful at times.
Pat Porter was taken to the hospital in the wee hours of Sunday morning. He was admitted after two falls.
Joe Morris was driving his tractor when a tree fell from behind on his head on Sept. 9. He spent several days in the hospital.
Derek Millington and son, Aidan, were in an accident on Sept. 7 and totaled the car but they both are OK.
Bill Conlon has been going for testing for some very bad pain in his back.
Kim Houser ran Sunday in the Palio Half Marathon in Saratoga. Good job.
Community Compassions meeting was held last Monday. They are planning on their yearly Flea Market/Food Sale on Oct. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sodom Community Church. Items can be dropped off anytime at the church. Baked goods can be dropped off the day before or the morning of. The money raised will go for helping those in need around the holidays.