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August 23, 2017--JOURNAL OPINION--Page 7 Bradford West Newbury Back Bobette Scribner Helga Mueller Mitzi Queen Porch /8021 222-5456 (603) 272-4359 (802) 429-2316 News... mqueen@fairpoint.net Good, Local News. The "Rememberance Tea" for the Cohase Rotary Club. The Club also Many Piermonters and guests PhyllisLavellewasheldonAug.20atthe went from weekly Tuesday evening enjoyed the scrumptious hamburgers, AcollectionforZimbabwewillbe childrenonvacations.TheMusicCamp Student achievements GraceUnitedMethodistChurch. Friends meetingstoeveningmeetingsonthefirst hot dogs and salads and the lively from Aug. 26 to Sept. 7 at the West opened on Aug. 20, and the free Colgate University Class of 2019 came to enjoy tea and fmger food (very and third Tuesdays. Many service rhythmsof"FlipSide"attheannualtown Newbury Hall. There is an extensive list concerts are Aug. 26 and Sept. 2 at 8 member Brandon Gardner from well done) and to visit with Phyllis' organizations arehavingto fmdways to barbecue on Aug. 19 at the John E. of items at the West Newbury Church p.m. If you enjoy classical music, these Fairlee has earned the spring 2017 children, to offer condolences and to continue their good works, with fewer MetcalfAthletic Field on Bedford Road. which is too long for me to include here. are excellent. They are at Camp Farwell Dean's Award for academic excellence. sharewonderfulstoriesaboutherlife, volunteers. We hope both organizations TheeventwassponsoredbytheFriends Ifyouwould like more information, intheactivitiesbuilding. The Dean's Award at Colgate is BradfordCommunityDevelopment find these changes make their good ofPiermontintributetoVeterans, First contact Kathy Blair at (603)355-0433 With the camp closed and the awardedtostudentswitha3.3orhigher Corporation Board meeting is on Aug. works easier as they go forward. Responders and Volunteers. Proceeds or (603)357-2084 (home). temperature cooler, the lake is very term average. ### 23 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Bradford were donated to the Piermont Fire Edward Urquhart came north from quiet. The loons are still here, theCanada Regional Community Center. Deparmaent. Centreville, VA with his son Edward geese have been flying in early evening Over 450 Vermont students gradu- beheadingbacktoAn°therweekandthechildrenwillschool; however, if~=~,~t~ Stork Historical guide board from Georgia.Theywerejoinedbyhis andleavinginthemoming.Couldtheybe ated from the Governor's Institutes of The Piermont Historical Society has daughter Suzanne and son Steven and his migrating already? I am expecting leaves Vermont this summer. GIV hosts y°uhappent°drivebyOxb°w'°nany ~ll~] !'1_._ installed therefurbishedhistoricroad partner from California and two to beturningsoon. Summer seems to be intensive, hands-on learning experiences given day, you will see athletes in the~~¢,~ /~pore sign that until the 1940s stood at the granddaughters. They all stayed at the departing too fast. The beech nuts and for young people on college campuses junction of the present Route 25 and Lake Morey Inn. acorns are falling and are keeping the throughout Vermont. These programs fields practicing for their particular sports. This dedication is part ofwhat Church Street. See complete story in On Aug. 12, the West Newbury squirrels and chipmunks busy. provide the opportunity for students to willhelptheseyoungpeoplebecomeour EAST CORINTH--Megan and Scott nextweek'scolumn. Summer Festival truly celebrated ev- digintoatopictheyarepassionateabout, leaders of tomorrow. Rizzo, of East Corinth, announce the birth New art on display erything that grows in West Newbury.' experience life on a college campus, and On Aug. 28, Bradford Elementary of their son, Fletcher Allen Rizzo. The Paintings by Piermont artist Robin The Summertime Marching Band ledthe b make new friends from all over the state. School will hold its 'Back to School baby boy was born Aug. 4,2017 at Ascher featuring scenes of Lake cows, goats, Newbury Elementary New ~"y Local students who completed the program include: from Oxbow--Zoe Night'from5:30to6:30p.m. Thisisan GiffordMedicalCenter, Randolph. Tarleton are displayed at the Piermont School children, the Upper Valley EdeeThurston Barton, Leann Chen, and Tyrus opportunity for parents, students and Library for the months of August and Mentoring Program, King Robert (802) 866-5532 teachers to meet. September. (Robert Atwood), an emu and many Rosten; from Rivendell--Maddie Eastburn, Jenna Gilbert, Makaila On Aug. 20, the Bradford Eastern Robin studied pottery in Seto, Japan other paraders past the recently painted Phyllis Davis has been hospitalized Oakes, and Kaleb Parker; and from Stargroupcompleteditsmergerwiththe and received her Master of Fine Arts hall paid for by donations and money with a fractured tibia due to a fall. She Thetford Academy--Ian Barker, Windsor Eastern Star. In the past degreefromPrattInstituteinNewYork, raised from last year's fund raising wasfirsttakentoCottageHospital, and Emma Bauer, Eamon Definer, several months, the Woodsville Wells She has worked as atextile designer and efforts. It was a sell-out for the barbecue thentransferredto DartmouthHitchcock. Ellenor Koppers, Macy Lawson, River Rotary Club changed its name to art teacher andis ajuried member of the and 'Maddie Cakes' scones and On Aug. 16, she had surgery for the Alex MacVeagh, and Clare Swanson. New Hampshire League of Craftsmen. muffins. There was a line of happy fracture. She will remain at Dartmouth Robin draws and paints from nature as children playing with bubbles while they for several days, andthenbereturningto well as incorporating natural designs in waitedtomakebeadedjewelryandhave Cottageforhertherapy.Sheisexpected her pottery. She has been coming to their faces painted with designs by tonotputanyweightonherlegforupto VT granted federal Lake Tarleton since 1992 and moved graphic artist, Chelsea, and Kayla. New eight weeks. We all wish her a speedy disaster declaration here in 2006. Autumn is her favorite and upcoming young musicians, Aden recovery. season on the lake, and she spends many Marcotte and his brother Owen, and Edee Thurston went with Celina MONTPELIER--Gov. Phil Scott hours painting its splendor. Elijah Geoghegan, entertained festival Wright to the wedding of their cousin announced last week the major Also on display at the library is goers as they roved through the crowds. Carol and Robert Taylor. The wedding wildlifeartbylocalwildlifeartists. Itwasabeautifulday, and a festival that wasatDollyShakersinNashua, NH.On disaster declaration he requested Senior luncheons was enjoyed by all who attended, the return trip, a stop was made at Alice forAddison, Bennington, Caledonia, TheAug.291uncheonattheOrford TheWestNewburyHallCommittee Peck Day Hospital to see Edee's 14th Orange, Rutland, Washington, and Congregational Church will be stuffed wishestothankthecommunityandlocal greatgrandchild.BabygirlMackensieis Windsor Counties has been signed peppers, carrots, salad, and brownies, businesseswhocontributedfunds, time, thedaughteroflainThurstonandKeri, by the president. These seven and energy to this special day. Be sure to who reside in Bradford. Mackensie has a counties suffered substantial dam- CLUES ACROSS CLUES DOWN 1. Nocturnal rodents 1.__ and circumstance 6. "Sin City" actress Jessica 2. Bowfin fish 10. Strong dark beer 3. Ready money 14. Nebraska city 4. Expression of satisfaction 15. Inclined to avoid conflict 5. A person who lacks good judgment 17. Mistaken belief 6. Cooks where one 19. Expresses disgust 7. Majors and Oswald 20. Greek goddess of the dawn 8. __ humbug 21. Cranky 9. Salts 22. Boy who wouldn't grow up 10. Type of hound 23. Scots for "home" 11. A notice of someone's death 24. Turfs 12. Disgust with sweetness 26. Countries 13. Barbie's friend 29. The duration of something 16. Rectal procedures 31. Pastries 18. Partner to carrots 32. Golf score 22. Group of cops (abbr.) 34. Reasonable 23. First Chinese dynasty 35. Female parents 24. A favorite of children 37. Art , around 1920 25. Being a single unit or thing 38. Beloved sandwich 27. Fencing swords 39. Damaged 28. New England river 40. Long time 29. Sino-Soviet block (abbr.) 41. One who rears 30. Insect feeler 43. Without 31. Payment (abbr.) 45. Occupational safety and health act 33. Director Howard 46. Political action committee 35. Large deep-bodied fish 47. Geological period 36. Architectural term describing 49. Swiss river pillars 50. Type of mathematical graph 37. Chargers legend Pouts 53. Doctors are sworn to it 39. Awaken 57. One's concerns 42. Covered 58. Type of wrap 43. Frock 59. Foray 44. Cools a home 60. Born of 46. Congratulatory gestures 61. A temporary police force 47.__ fide 48. Ancient Incan sun god 49. Card players' move: __ up 50. Gentlemen 51. Educational organizations SEE ANSWERS 52. Actress Daly 53. Southern sky constellation (abbr.) ON PAGE 14 54 Midway between east and southeast 55. Small European viper 56. Language close to Thai look for acknowledgment of local four year old brother, Conner. age by flooding between June 29 and Waits River businesses and festival photos on the Harry and Nancy Hutchins had a July 1. West Newbury Hall website or on the rude awakening on Sunday morning Lois Butler Facebook page. when apick up truck ended up colliding The Federal Emergency Man- (802) 439-5174 Anothermonthhaspassed, andltlSonAu 2~ intotheirhouseafterleav'mgRoute5.The agement Agency's Public Assis- Many people attended the chicken square dancetime. Join us g. couple happened to be upstairs, and tance disaster declaration allows barbecue at New Hope on Aug. 12. The 7:30 p.m. at the WestNewbury Hall. We upon hearing a loud noise started to go communities and public utilities in weather was perfect, and everyone havehadsomereally hvelyevenmgsth~s downstairswhentheyrealizedtheirstairs those countiestoreceive 75 percent enjoyedthemeal, summer. It is lots .of fun and good were not in perfect shape. They then federal reimbursement for storm My husband and I celebrated his exercise. Come andjom us for squares, came to the conclusion the noise had response and recovery, including birthday by going to Greenville, NH for fox trots, waltzes, and polkas. Adm~s- been when the truck struck their home. costs for debris removal and repairs sionisadonationtocoverthecostofthe No one was hurt but the house was. to public roads, bridges, and other theweddingofour niece Darcy. musicians. There are always plenty of Recent callers at Edee Thurston's infrastructure with damage result- Kim and Richard Sylvester went to Claremont, NH for the wedding of her refreshments., were Lynda and Ed Lane from West ing from the storm. Happy birthday to Steve Peck, FairleeandEdnaandBruceWellsFrom son Brian. The weather was good for the Jennie Eckert, Becky Urquhart, Jim Ocala, FL Town leaders will be able to start outdoorwedding. Henderson, Jenni Lund, Mitzi Queen, We are at our best when we serve the reimbursement process at appli- Many people from the area gathered Bea Putnam, Catherine Kidder, Alma God by serving others, cant briefings. The briefings will at Hale Funeral Home to pay respects to Royston, and Robert Fowler. outline the requirements for receiv- the familyofBarbaraPartington.Halls Lake news: Camp Farwell The grief share study is held every closed on Aug. 12. I spoke to Marley Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at New Hope Hanson, and she told me they closed a church, week earlier to coincide with the other The farmers market continues on camps. Many schools are opening SundaysattheRiversideGrangefrom.11 sooner and parents like to take their a.m. to 3 p.m. ing federal awards and maximizing eligibility of repairs. Vermont YOUNG EAGLES DAY Emergency Management andAgency NORTH HAVERHILL--Dean of Transportation district person- Memorial Airport inNorth Haverhill will nel, and FEMA will host briefings on hold an open house on Sept. 16, Young Aug. 24 at 10:30 a.m. at the Northeast Vermont Development Association in St. Johnsbury, on Aug. 25 at 10:30 a.m. atthe VTrans District Office in White River Junction and on Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. at the Vermont Department of Public Safety in Waterbury. Eagles Day. Area youth aged from 8 to 17 can fly for free. Aircraft will be on display as well as local fire, EMS and police units. The New Hampshire Army National Guard will have their medical transport helicopter on display. The event runs from 11 a.m. to3 p.m. GOOD LOCAL RADIO! GOOD LOCAL NEWS! TUNE IN TO 101.3 TO GET THE JO HEADLINES! THEN PICK UP THE JO ON THE NEWSSTANDS! 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