By Lois Lumbra — Its getting late, and already getting dark at 4:30, seems weird for the first few days after the time change. It was a busy weekend for my neighbor Michelle Legault as she had a “barn cleanout sale” she had some help from her friends and parents. A good job well done by all and Michelle is VERY THANKFUL for all the help. All the free left over’s were left beside the driveway and little by little its disappearing. In spite of the wet weather the show must go on and it did.
Reports of deer taken at Sticks Country Store by local youth are, Jacob Barnes a doe 114 lbs; Colby Pattee a 7 pointer 186 lbs; Jonas Lagasse a spike horn 102 lbs; Carter Blaney a doe 70 lbs; Langdon and Evan Hazen 80 lbs. and one 90 lbs. Sounds like these young hunters had a nice weekend!!
On Halloween evening a young boy was out trick-or treating with his friends here in the Village and then in the Center, while out he lost his CELL PHONE, there is a reward if someone has found it. A $100.gift card to JVI is being offered, please call if you have it or know someone that might have found it, 802-233-0534, or you can call me Lois at 326-4651..Thank You!!!
John and Sharon Youland went to New Hampshire over the weekend to meet up with his sister Kate and hubby Michael O’conner that were arriving from Ireland.
We extend our Heartfelt Sympathy to the Family and Friends of Frank and Linda Elkins in the loss of their son Andy, who passed away Saturday due to a car accident. Also to Lila and Lyndol Elkins and Pauling Domina and other family members in the loss of their cousin James Rushford of Williamstown, Vt. (May our Prayers and Love be a comfort to all of you during this difficult time, God Bless you All!!!)
Happy Birthday to: Charlotte Mercy 11/13; Roger Chauvin, Madison St.Onge 11/15; Anwyn Jones 11/17, Harvey Chaffee 11/19.
Anniversary wishes to: Billy and Denise Baker 11/13.
Sign in a small hotel room. Please turn out the lights when not using them. Thanks Awatt!! This Friday is Veterans Day… Please honor and be thankful for all that have served and now serving our Country. God Bless them all!!!
Have a nice week folks,
L. T. A.
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.