Isn't it just wonderful to see the various shades of green and nature renewing itself? This is why spring is one of my favorite seasons.
Chances are that this week you will also see a new feature in The Citizen. An exchange of letters between a former classmate in Germany and myself. I do hope you will like it. Please, do let us know if this is something you would want to read about once a month or so. Do feel free to call or e-mail me anytime with more questions you may have.
Kimball Howe Coolidge celebrated his 4th birthday at the home of his parents, Jason Coolidge and Rebekah Howe on Sunday, May 3. Attending were Elsie and Peter Seames of Greenwood, Andrea Howe, Savannah Merrill, Diane Howe, Michael Blaisdell, Axel Annis and Maria, John and Eva Coolidge, Ryan Coolidge, Corey Chase, Amos Kimball and Carrie Zetts with Brooklyn, Leah, Morgan and Addyson all of East Bethel, Alyssa Howe and Robert Hayes with Skylar and Dylan Bouchard of Rumford, Dustin and Marian Howe of South Paris. Mother Nature provided a perfect day for the event.
Belated Happy Birthday, Kimball from the whole neighborhood. We should also congratulate Betty Ann Coolidge-Svach for her outstanding grades this semester.
Now on to the answer to the last Trivia question, “who was the first white woman to spend a winter in Sudbury?” Her name was Elizabeth Ingalls, who must have been a daughter-in-law of Samuel. Seeing that I haven't been getting responses anymore I would appreciate if you would let me know if you want me to keep the Trivia going. Thanks.
Enjoy the sun and warm temperatures.