Town News

Sharon Frost



Can’t believe we are back in January! Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? We hope it brings hope for good luck and good fortune.

Epiphany is January 6.

VFW meeting is January 5 at 6:00 p.m.

Received the Hyssong’s Winter Schedule; doesn’t look like Calais is listed for a concert. 

Maine, New Brunswick and New Hampshire will be colder than normal, on average with slightly above normal precipitation and normal snow fall. Old Farmers’ Almanac is now in its 225th year of publication. This is the oldest periodical published in America began in President Washington’s time of office.

Sympathy to the Wheelock family on the loss of Joanne. A celebration will be held at the Second Baptist Church on Saturday, January 7 at 2:00 p.m. Reception to follow.

Pat Yardley and I enjoyed a wonderful snowy, icy and busy afternoon with Cindy Wartman and grandson Adam last week. Cindy treated us to pizza. Marge Rowe joined us also.

Pat Yardley spent Christmas with daughter Lisa and family and friends. A busy few days in Princeton.

Birthdays! Rachel Bardeau, Irene Gallway, Kathy Francis, Mike Bodkin, Richard Auletta, Margaret Cheney, Peter Casey and Lynn Lawless.

Richard Auletta and MikeCarmody had an open house at their beautiful home on Swan Street last Thursday evening. Friends, neighbors and many from across the border dropped by. The glistening lights on the falling snow and a huge Christmas tree adorned with large windows overlooking the street was a beautiful sight to see. There was lots of finger good, chocolates, cake, cookies etc. Mike gave us a tour of the home also.