Robbinston

Kathy Mekelburg

454-0654

March is over at last. It was the coldest and wettest March in 75 years. There was 7.4 inches of precipitation.

Sincere sympathy to George Small and his family on the passing of George’s mother.

John Brooks is home recuperating after his hospital stay for a heart attack. While at EMMC, John and his roommate were on TV. It seems that John and his roommate were both World War II vets who had a lot in common.

The weather for the public supper and town meting was slippery. Turnout for the election was good but some people didn’t want to venture out on slippery roads, so the number of diners was low.

On Palm Sunday, April 13th, the Sewall Memorial Congregational Church will resume services at 4:00 p.m. The Easter morning service will take place at 7 am followed by a light breakfast. The public is invited to attend. If you would like to contribute to the Easter breakfast, call Anne Carter at 214-4540. If you wish to order a lily plant call Colin Windhorst at 726-3905.

The Robbinston Grange will hold their first service of the year on Monday, April 24th at 7:00 p.m. at the Sewall Memorial Congregational Church. New members are welcome.

The last Lenten Soup and Sermon will take place on April 14th at St. Joseph’s Church in Eastport assisted by St. Anne’s and St. John’s. It will take place in the St. Catherine Room.

April birthdays include Denny Sterner on the 6th, Aiden-Gray-Kelly and Chance Leighton on the 7th, Dawson Critchley on the 8th, Kyle Sansoucie on the 11th, Mary Ann Duvall on the 11th. My husband and I will celebrate 31 years of marriage on the 17th.

The Robbinston Historical Society will meet on Thursday, April 17th at  7 pm at the Visitors’ Center.