Most of the leaves have fallen from the trees -- seems like a brief autumn.
Sorry about the misinformation on the date of the Selectmen's meeting. They're the first Tuesday of each month, not Monday.
Members of the Ladies Aid treated themselves to the luncheon buffet at the Balsam's last Thursday. It was a wonderful meal and time together, and to top it all off, one of the chefs gave us a guided tour through their four kitchens! It was wonderful!
Sunday breakfasts start on Oct. 17 from 8 to 11 a.m. Like last year, whichever volunteer is cooking will have a special (or not) -- her choice. But the regular menu will remain the same.
The Hunters' breakfast is coming right up on Nov. 6. It'll be a buffet with all the fixins, including homemade biscuits, bread and donuts.
I think that the tax bills will be out soon.
Joe and Penny Bernier have their winter's wood supply all in -- can't say the same for their neighbors, though.
In 1647, the first settlement in Maine to be incorporated was Kittery. York was incorporated next in 1652. Wells, Saco and Cape Porpoise (now is Kennebunkport) were all incorporated in 1652. Another tidbit about Maine -- there is no other state in the country that has so small a part of its borderline touching another state.
Steven LaVallee, the oldest son of Tammy LaVallee, passed away in Virginia on Monday morning. On Sunday, Oct. 10, there will be a celebration of his life at the Upton Ladies Aid Building at 2 p.m. Our sincere condolences go out to Steven's family.
Have a wonderful week. Selah