Well, the Red Sox are done for the season and the Pat’s are playing Monday night. Guess I better get back with the program before I get more threats of bodily harm. And what has been suggested is not a nice thought.
It certainly has been a very busy summer and the fall is promising even more. We all have been very busy at the Legion Post and all are proud of the accomplishments. The local businesses that have been helpful are here to let everyone know we appreciate their support: Wayne Bean Plumbing, Doyon's Septic Service, Inc., D.A Wilsons, Western Maine Supply, Brooks Bros, Woodstock Oil, Round Pond Corner Store, Breau’s Too and A & W Paving and Excavation.
With all the support from these fine businesses have meant more tasks to be shared. With the likes of Al Lake, Dan Grover, Norm Foster, Ken Hoyt, Rich Wakefield, Ray Hakala, Eldon Bartlett, Del Wilson, Bob and Deb Walo, and Ray Hoyt. Many thanks to all and if I have forgotten any other Legionnaires, please forgive me. Plus the Auxiliary kitchen crew is always there helping.
The last Musical Supper will be the 12th of this month. Anita has planned on a Harvest Supper. The meat is on order through Naples up in Mexico and awaiting word from Cooper’s, Slattery’s Farm Stand and a couple more places on veggies. With everything being harvested so early this year, getting some of the veggies is a big problem. But there will be plenty and very good for sure along with plenty of pies. Also the Richard Felt Band will be providing the music. So come on out and enjoy some wicked good eating. The Good, Bad and The Ugly will be getting the floor in fine dancing shape. Expect there will be several others involved to.
Anita and I went to the Legion fall conference in Millinocket two weeks ago. Very informative meetings and meeting up with other members. We also went to the Logger Restaurant. Ron Snow joined us and we all enjoyed everything and the service. We talked to the manager on Sunday morning. Paul gave us a tour and showed us some of the highlights such as the old metal ceiling and woodwork involved. Very interesting and to be sure Paul is all about “customer service.” No wonder the place is always packed and sometimes they have to send people to their neighbors. We’ll be going back one of these days for sure.
We all need to thank Greenwood highway crew for the work they have been doing with very limited resources. What a nice ride down the Greenwood Road to Noble’s Corner. Plus the State Crew under the direction of the Mayor’s son Greg Inman has completed improvements to the most dangerous section of road in the state. The Dugout section of Route 219 is finally done. Nice! Thanks to all involved.