My apologies to our soon to open new Bistro in downtown Keeseville, I left out a word in its name last week.
All the hard work has paid off this weekend as the first North Country Honor Flight will head to the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C.
Happy May to everyone reading this column. Hopefully the April showers will bring Goff Flowers to us soon!
Got an email from Danny Kaifetz, Director for the North Country Honor Flight.
Busy Saturday (April 20) this week. First the Knights of Columbus are hosting a fundraising Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings to benefit the World War II Veterans going on the first two North Country Honor Flights.
Good week for emails so I have plenty to report.
Fairly quiet week with nice weather.
First up congratulations to the Lady Patriots for a remarkable season. You all should be very proud of your accomplishments.
The weather is changing and the AuSable Chasm is absolutely gorgeous as is the Lake.
I talked to Mary Ann Goff of the Keeseville Free Library right before writing this column.
At this point there is only one seat left on the first Honor Flight this May 18.
I received more communication from the Director the North Country Honor Flight.
I have just learned that we have a newly founded North Country Honor Flight here in Keeseville which services Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties.
From 4 until 7 p.m. on Sunday Feb. 10 at the Keeseville Elk’s Lodge will be a benefit dinner for Jason and Kira Witherwax who lost their house in a fire.
Recently, two very active organizations have received richly deserved accolades from their fields.
Not much new to report this week.
The big vote concerning the potential to dissolve Keeseville is coming up quickly.
Happy New Year every one. I hope the year brings you much peace and love.
Saturday, July 21, marks the fifth annual Combat Vets Motorcycle Association’s Fifth Annual Ghost Ride.