Knox Town News
First of all, there is not anything much for news to report to you folks. No one has sent me anything. Do not use email@example.com, as it does not work anymore, for whatever reason. As soon as I can figure out the one I am supposed to have, we will be able to use it, as for now it is in cyberspace, and I cannot get to the site. Of course you all know by now I am struggling with this new modern technology!
There will be a free rabies clinic at the Thorndike Fire House Nov. 10 from 9-11 a.m. Dogs must be on leashes, and cats in carrier.
The Knox Station Grange will have a supper with turkey and ham both on the menu on Oct. 20 from 4:30-6 p.m. Come one, come all. Home-cooked delicious food to help this nonprofit organization. Hope to see you there
The Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association met at the Freedom Congregational Church Oct. 8 for its bi-annual meeting. Sixteen people attended.
Happy birthday Oct. 21 to Joanne Drew. Hope you have many more!
New in Unity
Bob and Ann Richardson have moved from Dexter to Leisure Homes in Unity.
The Family Dollar Store is open in Unity now. They are now working on the new Dunkin' Donuts store right next to the Depot Store in Unity as well. That will be good to get our favorite coffee. Must stay away from all those donuts.
This weekend at Larrabee Field here in Knox, there will be an NEFL playoff game, as the Notre Dame Cobras face the Mid Coast Falcons Sunday, Oct. 14, at 1 p.m.
Until next time, when I can try to figure out how to submit this myself, have a great week. We got more rain, it's been cool. The leaves are turning fast, and falling quickly to the ground in the wind. Take care, folks. Keep warm and be safe.