This past week was very busy. Guess they all are. Election was on Tuesday. Whether you won your vote for president or not we are hopeful that we will always live in the free USA.
Wednesday night Earl Allen ate with Jim and Marilyn Ross. Earl and Alonzo Conlon helped Jim with a project.
Thursday I took Dad to the cardiologist in Glens Falls. We enjoyed eating at the Golden Corral.
Sarah Wagner has been in Glens Falls Hospital with surgery on her foot.
Ed Bennett had surgery on day last week and is happy to say he is feeling better already.
Betty Monroe took a fall and after being checked out at the hospital was pleased to come back home. Nothing broken.
We are sorry to hear about the death of Jane Swinton. Rollin was glad to be able to come home from rehab at this sad time.
Chris Lorensen and Tony Straight are also out of the hospital and gaining slowly.
Zachariah Morehouse was pleased to have many at his 9th birthday party. It was held at the Boy Scout Hall.
A great number of people attended the benefit at J&J's on Sunday for Bruce and Amy Cleveland. Soon they will be able to put another home on their land after losing everything in a terrible fire. Thanks to all for their help.
The Election Day Supper was well attended at the Wevertown Community Building on Election night. Thanks to all who made the event possible.
The North River held their yearly Boiled Dinner on Saturday night. Good attendance for this time.
The Sodom Community Church youth shared a special Veteran's Day program honoring the vets. The oldest in attendance was Gordie Persons, Earl Allen and Ben Miller. There was special singing and a DVD made to honor our America. Later the group went to the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing Home to present the program for the Veteran's and others that were there to enjoy. A wonderful way to honor those who keep us free.