By Lois Lumbra — July 1-9, Kathryn King went to Thomaston, Ct. camping. It was a wonderful week with my daughters Lori and husband Kenny Young, Lisa and Anthony Sebastiano, and Leslie Gamelin; granddaughters Michelle Young, and her friend Mike Boucher, Denielle Gamelin and friend Conor Mulville, and Devon Gamelin; great granddaughters Morgan Young and Carter “Gamelin” Mulville; and great grandson Cameron Young, all came to visit. Also during the week I had visits from Niece Pat Blasl, my cousin Christina (Jewett) Bentley and her husband David from North Carolina and their son Ronnie Watson and his daughter Jessie Deleppo with her two little boys. Good friends Alvey and Linda Blier from Enfield, Ct. Doreen Jewett Smegielski and son Christopher came and took me out for breakfast 7/4.
On Thursday 7/6 had pizza and birthday cake with Cameron Young to celebrate his 9th birthday. 7/8 Michelle Young , Leslie Gamelin, Me (Kathy) took Devon Gamelin out to dinner at the “Painted Pony” in Bethlehem, Ct. for her 18th birthday and High School graduation. My Husband Howard King came down on 7/7 to bring me home on Sunday, July 9. It was a super week visiting with my family and friends. Thanks Kathy for your news!!!
7/9-16, Trevor and Jodi Walker and family have returned home after a wonderful week at Lake Memphremagog in Derby. Then this past week they went on a day trip to Stowe and the children had a great day at the water park and enjoyed other fun activities.
7/18, There were eleven members of the Green Mountain Ruby Reds that went out for lunch at the “Crossing” restaurant in Richford and had a delicious lunch and great time chatting. 7/18, Sonny and I had a surprise visit from my brother Bud and wife Roberta Martin and their granddaughter Danielle and her dear friends Jordan. It was a nice sunny afternoon to sit and chat on the porch.
7/19, Maggie Elkins and her sister’s Grace Jones and Joanne Kane met at the home of Susie Ewins for lunch and to play cards. They ended the afternoon with a tie, two games each.
Tuesday, August 1 at 6:30 p.m. the friends of the Montgomery Town Library and the Covered Bridges Garden Club will host Ron Krupp, noted author, gardener and commentator for a talk about his newest book “The Woodchuck Returns To Gardening,” Everyone welcome. This will be held at the Public Service Building in the Conference Room, 86 Mountain Road, on Route 242.
Friday, August 4, “Elisabeth Von Trapp in Concert “ starting at 7 p.m. at the Montgomery United Methodist Church. For further info call Merle at 326-4536.
There will be a “Blood Drive” on Sunday, August 6 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. held at St.Isidore’s Parish Hall, on Route 242 Montgomery Center, hosted by the Montgomery Emergency Services. Local prizes donated by Jay Cloud Cycling and Beaver Meadows Greenhouse. To schedule an appointment call 1-800-Red Cross or make arrangements with Deborah Chauvin at 326-4435. Walk-in welcome.
Happy Birthday to: Alan Marshall, Lois Babbitt, Sara Domina, Dawn Davidson, Tess Beamer 7/31; Theresa Barnes 8/1; Deanna Sylvester, Helen Taylor 8/2, Isla Wayland, Kate O’Neill 8/3, Trevor Walker 8/4.
Anniversary Wishes to: Scott and Lisa Baker 8/2, David and Melissa Haberman – Burns 8/3.
Thanks Doris M. for your kind remarks, so glad that you enjoy the Montgomery News. I enjoyed our visit.
After the birth of their first child, an Episcopal priest wearing his clerical collar goes to visit his wife in the hospital and greeted her with a mushy kiss and a long hug. When it was time for him to leave he again gave her a mushy kiss and long hug. Later her roommate commented, “ Your pastor is sure a whole lot more friendlier than mine.”
Have a nice rest of the week folks. Today 7/23 sure has been a nice Sunday, enjoyed our wonderful Church Service, gorgeous sunshine and having our daughter come by for a visit. M.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.