By Lois Lumbra — 9/25, Had our first little frost around in parts of the Village this morning. It has been rather a nice day, with a bit of cold wind, but the sun is still nice and warm. Today we celebrated Penny’s birthday, her son and sister Veronica and brother-in-law Andre DeSaintPhalle, came to wish her a Happy Birthday.
9/20, Seven members of the Green Mountain Ruby Reds attended a luncheon at the Abbey Restaurant, where the Vermont Red Had Queen Debbi Gilbert came to talk with other Red Hat groups and wanted to get to meet all the groups throughout Vermont. There were eight other groups that attended. Each group was asked to speak and let other groups know of what they might do as a group and then there was prizes that were given out by calling ticket numbers,and their was a 50/50 drawing, and Fredda Ploof from our group won the door prize. Everyone had a nice time and the meeting ended at 2:10 p.m.
Once i was back home, my sister-in-law Roberta Martin, her daughter-my niece Pamela and her hubby Scott Harris were here in town. They were going up to Jay Peak and see what had been going on since they was last up there. Scott helped with the design of the golf course. There were many changes, the huge hotel and all the buildings, its amazing!!! Scott got a golf cart and we all went around the number 9-18th holes and now I appreciate the golfer more, its HUGE and we were riding in a golf cart. What a work out just going from hole to hole, It was so beautiful with all the winding roads, bridges, places to stop and get water, and all the Fall cornstalks, pumpkins and mums that were put up, just AMAZING!!! I know I enjoyed our two hour tour and we had a wonderful time.
David and Tracey Brown are enjoying a visit from their daughter Leah, and her fiance Wyatt, they are here from Wyoming. A great time to see the Fall foliage.
Merle and Linda VanGieson have returned home after a few days visiting family in Illinois.
9/24, The Enosburg Falls High School classmates of 1961, several gathered at the Cota Camp for the afternoon to share pot-luck, stories of school days, enjoy music and to enjoy the beautiful Fall colors out across the hill from their camp. The day ended with everyone sending off an event lantern into the cool night air, Maggie said it was spectacular!!! Everyone had a wonderful time!!!
Note: “Montgomery Center For Arts” is sponsoring a Falls Arts Event, to be held on September 30th from 5-9 p.m. with wine and cheese; then Saturday night October 1 from 11 .M. – 4 p.m. located at the intersection of route 242 and 118. Local artist will be on hand to exhibit and sell their beautiful items. Come and enjoy!!!
The United Methodist Women will have their Rummage and Bake sale on October 8, starting at 8 a.m. We have been receiving so many donations and we have not even asked for a thing and really do not need anymore donations. Thanks to all that have given.
Happy Birthday to: Amanda Ryea 10/3, Cole carpenter 10/4, Marshall Hulbert, Willie Maynard, James Lumbra, Michael Bimm 10/5, Gaston Begnoche, Lois Chauvin, ramon daybell 10/8.
Anniversary wishes to: Doug and Corinne Clowes 10/5.
Just a little smile…If you think you’re getting to much government, just be thankful you’re not getting as much as you are paying for.
That’s all folks, hope you all have a nice week.
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.