by Joyce Lamb
Spring rains have come, gardens are being prepared to plant, part of the raking has been finished, lilies are starting to grow, tulips are in bloom and the wild crabapple trees in back of the house are in full bloom.
On Sunday, May 9, at 9 a.m., the Rev. Richard Beal will give a report on the District Meeting held in New Hampshire last week. All are welcome.
West Paris Universalist Church, on May 22, the annual rhubarb pie sale, rummage and white ele-phants will be held 9 a.m. till noon.
Kelly McLaughlin Hartley, of Auburn, will be graduating from Central Maine Nursing School as a Registered Nurse. Contratulations for all your hard work.
Vince and Bev Stevens entertained Meriel and Stephen Bunker over the weekend and enjoyed golf (Bev walked), shopping and a family supper.
Milt and Eleanor Inman, and Cynthia Lamb are home from Florida. Cynthia is with son, Jim, and wife, Chris, in Oxford. She spent the weekend with her daughter in Oakland. Her camp road is still wet and muddy but will soon be passable.
Cottontops’ walking group is back to its usual numbers as more are returning home after a cold stay in Florida. The Cottontops invite others to join them on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, start-ing from the Universalist Church at 8 a.m. The walk is two miles and gives us time to return home and do a full day’s work.
A small, gray squirrel plays around outside and Muffin spends her time watching him.