By Lois Lumbra — What a beautiful Sunday afternoon, its absolutely gorgeous, Penny and I went for a nice walk up on Black Falls Road and took my neighbors dog to romp and play in the field. The wind was a bit chilly but the sun was so warm. I noticed on my way back down the road that Kelly Maxfield from Johnson was spending some time with her Mom, Maggie Elkins, Maggie said they had Sunday dinner together. They have been making plans for Christmas decorations, this week they went and picked balsam, and pine. This was a busy time of the year for Maggie and Me a few years ago, we had a big business of making Christmas decorations, we did that for almost 20 years. WOW!!! Lots of nice memories, one stands out and I still get a laugh out of it. This particular day, we walked through the woods, across swampy areas, and entering into the gateway, Maggie stopped and looked up with her arms in the air and said.”WELL HELLO TREES”,It just hit the right spot and made me laugh and laugh.
On Wednesday, 11/9, Sonny and I went over to my brother Bud and Roberta Martin home in Enosburg, as their daughter Pamela Harris was visiting from South Carolina, and coming to visit were Niece Brenda Corliss from No. Tunbridge, nephew Harrison Corse Jr. from Bristol, sister-in-law Edith Sear from New Haven, and 2 Great granddaughters of Bud and Roberta’s were up from New Hampshire visiting also. Most had dinner with them and after everyone was treated to a delicious apple crisp, which was yummy.
Elementary School News: K-8 Holiday Concert will take place on Wednesday, December 7th at 6 p.m. Grandparents that do not get the School Weekly Newsletter make note of the date and time. K-2 BOTTLE FUNDRAISES…HELP support by donating bottles and cans to be redeemed by our K-2 teams!! There is a drop off box located at the rear of the school building. PENNY WAR this week November 14-18, by the time this comes out on Thursday..it will not be to late to send your pennies by a child to help benefit the SMILE COMMITTEE. Thank You!!!
HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR..coming on December 10, time 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. will be held in the Gym at the Elementary School.
Happy Birthday to: Mack Bolog 11/20, Jeff McGovern, Natasha Baker 11/21, Cole Elkins, Dougie Baker 11/24, Isaiah Patterson, Theresa Lamore, Dewey Smith 11/25, Jon Bosley 11/26.
Why did the band leader allow the turkey in his band? Because he had the drum sticks. Why did the turkey eat so fast? Because he was a gobbler.***
This is all for this week folks, enjoy what is left of it,
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Lois Corse Lumbra
Lois was born in 1941, growing up in Fletcher, Vermont, where she attended a one-room school for her first 8 years. Lois later married Francis “Sonny” Lumbra in 1959 and raised a happy family.
The two started out in Montgomery on North Hill at the dairy farm where Sonny was born, moving to their home in the village in 1965 where they both live to this day.