The Prospect News
Barbara A. Tilley
To everyone having a Birthday or an Anniversary in Sept., wish you a great day and that you may have many more.
Blue Hill Fair is over and School has started so now is the time to get your home ready for Winter. Have your Furnace cleaned, batteries checked and oil tanks are full and dry wood is under cover. We are all hoping that this winter will not be as bad as last year.
Well, Norman Boynton got his Moose. It was a 500 lb. Cow and just right size for him. I haven’t smelled any Moose meat cooking yet but Congratulations.
At Coffee Time yesterday we folded 3 sheets of paper and taped them to be sent to every mailbox in Town. This is a joint effort by the Historical Society and Prospect Community Club to let people in Town know just what we do and also there is a sheet describing the events of The Prospect Day, Oct 4th. when we celebrate our 220th. Birthday. We hope that you will read them and that in the future you can also help in making Prospect a better place to live in and get to know your neighbors.
The Historical Society meeting will start Sept. 8th. at 6:30 PM to get the business taken care of then to turn the meeting over to Mr. Todd Little-Siebold to give his presentation about Apples native to the area.
The Community Club will meet 7:00 PM in the dining room, Sept.11th. to make plans for the events coming up in No. and Dec. Hope we can have more people turn out. Saturday, Sept. 13th. will be the Bean and Casserole Supper 4-6:00 PM and next month in Oct. will be the final Supper of the Season.
The Joint meeting of the Marsh School Committee and the Prospect Day will be holding a meeting at the Marsh School, Sept. 18th. and start to get the displays set up for Oct.4th.. Please join us. Don and Carol Johnson have been working there tirelessly getting the ceiling tiles down and then they will replace them with new ones. Thanks guys.
I want to wish you all a safe and healthy week and please remember those that need a card or a prayer. God Bless you all.