The first month of the year has finished and February is here. We were kept busy during January with several snowstorms that left us with several inches of snow and a couple of school cancellations. Maybe February will be a little quieter.
My brother, Steve McLain, was in town Saturday and stopped at the corner lot to check out the crane that had been left there for the work that will be done on the station.
Lise McLain reports that her father, Gerard Dupont, is doing well at Ledgeview.
Hugh and I went to Gorham, N.H., last Sunday and stopped at Tim and Michele’s. When we arrived all the grandchildren, William, Annie, Ajay and Sidney, were having fun playing outside in the snow.
Belated Happy Birthday wishes to Alicia McLean and Sandra Laughy.
Anyone who has not licensed their dog should contact the Town Clerk to make arrangements to do so. Late fees will soon be applied.
Gilead Historical Society
This past week, Copp Movers arrived to work on moving the railroad station onto the foundation. They set up their crane and prepared to return on Monday.
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