I don't mean to keep harping on the weather, yet this is crazy. I feel like the wicked witch in OZ, saying "I'm melting" Well, all kidding aside,call me at 824-3220 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org as I do have the answers now to the "mystery piles" from you all, yet more questions. The "piles" are wood ash, yet now folks want to know where they came from and how they were processed?
Arlene told me that Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Smith and their two kids stopped in for directions to Otisfield. Dirk is her grandson and she was very happy to see them all. This also brings me to updates about the East Bethel School Reunion. Arlene Harrington was presented the Grange Community Service Award by the Alder River Grange for work done for the Community. Congratulations, Arlene, from all of us in the neighborhood. Also, Stanley Howe and Alvin Stevens were presented 55 year Membership Certificates and Seals. Congratulations and thank you from the neighborhood. Edna York, the last known, still living teacher at the East Bethel School was also in attendance again.
Tonya Hebert Lewis told me that she and John and went out to a delicious breakfast at Crosstone restaurant and then had a late lunch at Norway Soft Serve! Their first time being able to actually celebrate! Last year they had a little baby and their first anniversary he spent in Afghanistan! Happy Third Anniversary from all of us in the neighborhood. Also a special thanks to you both.
The votes for our mock elections are coming in strong. We may need a tie breaker, so please make sure to give me your votes.
I would like to say that I feel honored to be the housekeeper at the Holidae House B&B. Second year in a row now, received the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.
Now the new Trivia: In November 1967, who were the lucky hunters mentioned for East Bethel?
Have a great week.