Knox Town News
It is Winter for sure here in Maine- yes, we got over a foot of snow. Actually I don't know how much as I haven't had to go outside. It was cold earlier when I looked at the thermometer, 10 degrees. The steps and walk way can wait. Bo showed up and plowed, and even moved my car. Nice and warm inside, and I don't have to even step outside. I'm loving this. Wayne, Cody, Sara, and David came, and shoveled me out, cleared both door ways, got the wood in, and I'm good to go.Thanks to all!
Flip Flop Hair Shop will hold an Open House Dec. 21 and 22 from 11 am-3 pm. Heidi Doughty will offer Gift Certificates, and Product for sale. Last minute Stocking Stuffers. She will Open Jan. 6th. Call for appt. 722-FLIP. Good Luck Heidi on your new venture. She is located on Rt. 139 in Brooks, next to Melissa's Childcare. Come in and check out the new shop.
The Mount View Chamber Singers Reunion Concert for Students and Alumni will be Jan.5th, 2014, 7 pm at Mount View High School. Snow date Jan. 6th, They are looking for Alumni to perform. Mr. Stevenson is conductor. $10.00 advance ticket price, $12.00 at the door. You are wanted to attend. This should be a delightful program.
Here's wishing a Happy Birthday to Debra Ingraham of Webb Road. May you enjoy your day, and have many more.
I am sending condolences to the family of Clayton Pattee who passed away recently. He has many relatives in the area.
Knox Historical Society
The Society and Town, represented by Galen Larrabee, and Mary Ellen Twombly received the " Spirit of America Award " on Dec. 7th in Belfast. I do not know what this entails, but will find out soon. This was all news to me as well.
Dwight Montgomery lost his home and everything in a Fire on the Aborn Hill Road here in town Dec.9th. .A Supper will be held Jan. 25th 4:30 pm at Mt. View H.S. More details later.
Dog Licenses, Calendars
All dogs must be licensed by the end of the month. Stop in at the Town Office. The 2014 Historical Society has Calendars for Sale at the Office as well.
Hopefully Knox Residents signed the various Petitions that were left at Hilltop Store for getting listed on the Town Warrant.
If you have yarn you are not using, or want to buy a skein of yarn for making mittens please leave it at the Town Office for "Tootsie," Coral Furrow. She has been busy making mittens for the little children, and she could use more yarn. I will make sure it gets delivered to her. Thanks Coral for what you are doing.
There were many little ones that came out to see Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Town Office Friday night. Thanks to Clayton and crew. The horses and wagon were decorated very pretty with all the Christmas lights. Thanks to Lori Montminy, and Neil Mackay.
There were about 30 people that attended the American Legion and Auxiliary meeting and Gift exchange on Friday the 13th. I got a real pretty plush Christmas throw. Everyone had a nice luncheon., and a good time. We donated to the Maine Veterans Creative Arts Program, and People to People Program.
I would like to wish a Happy Birthday to Laura Doughty Dec. 19th. from your children, Cody, Sara, Katie, and David, and your hubby, Wayne. Here's to having a great day. She works hard at Maine General Hospital in Augusta as a physical therapist. She is the sweetest daughter-in-law ever.We love you !!
I am sending Get Well Wishes to Betty Spaulding who fell, and broke her ankle, and had surgery on it. Get better very quick. She will be at Harbor Hill for rehab.
Tena Keller, who has written a book about her life on the farm, teaching at various schools including East Knox, and Mount View will have it for family, and For Sale soon. We know this is going to be very interesting. We are waiting for it's release.
The Freedom Craft Fair Saturday was a success. I didn't make it in time as I had help with some errands. Next time. Santa made his annual visit.
I want to thank everyone who reads my column each week, To those who take the time to stop ,and tell me that they enjoy my news .It is most appreciated.
Until next week,
Stay warm. Hopefully everyone gets plowed out, and makes all the errands with out any mishaps. It is slippery in the yards now, so be careful.
Get well to those sick with colds, and the flu bug. Thanks to those of you who have sent me a Christmas card. I just simply love cards. My address is 194 Morse Rd., Knox 04986 .I didn't realize my address wasn't in my newspaper column heading.
Here's wishing " A Merry Christmas to Everyone, and A Prosperous New Year ".