It sure has been nice to see the sun shining more often, warming things up. Would be nice if the nighttime temperatures would get a bit more pleasant also.
Ruby Coolidge, Arlene and Gloria were at the Town Hall to see Butch Fuller and Band. It was to benefit the Greenwood Historical Society. Folks felt there should have been better advertising for the event, as attendance was kind of disappointing.
Anne, Butch, Paige, Jarrod and Teddy, who by the way is an awesome little traveler, just came back from a week's trip to Tennessee. They stopped at West Point, Radford, where Jarrod graduated from. Went on to Grundy,Va.,where Jarrod graduated from law school. Other stops included Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg where they saw awesome classic cars and truck, They also went to the Aquarium of the Smokies and on the way home stopped at the Davy Crockett Homestead Museum. Sounds like quite the fun trip.
The first Fish Fry was a great success. The GFD sold 35 pounds of fish and 15 pounds of chicken. I missed this one, but hope to be at the next one in May.
Alder River Grange will try for a make-up meeting on April 26. The meeting for April 12 had to be canceled due to road conditions. There will be a 6 p.m. potluck supper and the meeting at 7 p.m. Visitors are welcome.
Time for the answer to the Trivia. In 1874 Charles Mellen Kimball represented the East Bethel School District 8 at the Bethel Centennial Celebration.
It seems that some have new phone numbers. Please, be so kind and let me know the new numbers. Call me at 824-3220 or e-mail email@example.com.
Have a great week.