Albany Improvement thanks
To the Editor:
I’d like to thank everyone who made last week’s events at the Albany Town Hall such a big success. At the “Vintage Clothing Luncheon and Talk,” led by Norma Salway, more than forty avid participants enjoyed the wide variety of retro outfits Norma had on display and the luncheon organized by Buzzy Lapham. Those who donated their time and/or buffet items included Joan Kimball, Shelley Douglass, Brianna Douglass, Michaela Casey, Betty Gingras, Gretchen Fall, Margaret Barton, Yvonne Jellison, Sally Sawyer, Linda Champagne, Jim Mitchell, Laurie Reynolds and Ellen Marshall.
The “Albany Town Hall Music Revival,” the brainchild of Brad Hooper, also drew an enthusiastic audience and considerable community support. Brad kicked-off the show, followed by The Milltown Road Show, Trailer Trash, and Donny Katlin and Jewel Clark. The volunteers who helped make the event possible were: Sally Sawyer, Jim Mitchell, Linda Champagne, Michaela Casey, Buzzy Lapham, and the Bethel Masonic Lodge.
Finally, thanks to Milltown Road Show lead singer Terry Swett and his wife Sandy, owners of Swett Signs of South Paris, for offering to donate a new sign for the Town House.
Albany Improvement Association president