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Sharon Norman

 

With the library volunteers mentioned last week, please add Sandra Smith from the Bellmard Inn to that committee.  The goal of this interested group is to organize Princeton’s history into a more logical system for anyone interested in learning about Princeton’s past.  Sandra has spent time this past week with some early photos placing them in new sleeves for future generations to enjoy. 

Also, the library has available to patrons the use of Ancestry.com. Please call the library at 796-5333 to check with Ms. Mitchell for any details on using the program.  Library hours are Mon. and Tues. 10-2:00 p.m. or Wed. through Fri. 12-4:00 p.m. 

 People with dogs please be aware that the deadline for licensing dogs is January 31. 

It is official from the Princeton Rod & Gun Club and Princeton Grange that Feb. 24th will be a whir of activities from morning till evening at the club on West. St. Morning kick-off with a fishermen’s breakfast for those interested in starting the fishing derby happy and content. All are welcome to the breakfast, however, even if you will not be fishing. During the Soup and Serenade & Death by Chocolate, folks will be entertained by Dusty’s Old Time Jamboree.  As well, many of us know and love Jeff Gagner and Friends – joining in song will be Janice the saw lady.   Local music does not get any better than this! The evening will also include a Chinese Auction and 50/50 raffle to help these two worthwhile community clubs with their endeavors.  Auction items can be dropped off for your convenience during regular business hours at the Waite General Store or Sugar-n-Spice Bakery in Princeton. Derby registration will start at 6:00 a.m.  Please, call 796-2585 or 214-9095 for further details.  (For more specifics, a future ad will be available).

Please remember to keep the community informed and “in the know” by sending your clubs and organizations’ events and happenings to me by Sunday of each week. We know that many groups have slowed down for the winter months, as has Friends of Princeton, but will be gearing up for another fun-filled year of events in the spring.  A tentative March meeting has been scheduled to begin the planning stages of the summer festival.  Any questions or information, please call 796-2074.  All ideas are welcomed and brainstorming will be the focus.  

Keep those happenings coming sbjnorman@gmail.com or by calling 214-8333.