Well......it has been a long month, one I hope not to go through again. Its good to be back home but would rather be further along in my recovery. I want to thank Karen Withee for being so willing to keep my article going while I was away. I really enjoyed reading her introductions and keeping up with the news here. I still am not driving nor fully recovered but they tell me “its all in time”.....blah!! So today I am this much further along and very grateful. Please once again send any news, announcements, town events, back to me either through email or calling me.
I can't name or go into detail all the great care I got at WCGH while I was there 15 days and ½! Especially the Swing Bed program, all their staff. Not only on the floor but from the cleaning ladies to the dietician and their staff. If you haven't ate in the cafeteria recently, be sure to check it out. There are all kind of newer and healthier menu items there which I intend to go have again once I can get back there. One more thank you to a reacquaintance friend, Debbie from Searsmont, who was
always helpful and cheerful through out my stay at WCGH..(smile!)
Searsmont Town News
The Selectmen are seeking bids for winter maintenance for the East side of Searsmont. If you are interested in this section of town or know someone who is interested, contact Bruce or Alice at the Town Office for more information.
The Historical Society’s barn will be open on from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM on Saturdays from now through the end of summer. If you have any questions, you can call Ed Dodge at 342-5148.
The Planet Aid box is now at the Transfer Station. You can drop your used clothing and shoes in the box.
The last Demo Debris Day for the season will be on Saturday, August 25th. A list of acceptable items will be available at the town office and the transfer station. Make sure you get there early. The truck has to leave no later than 1:30 in order to get it to the destination before the gates are locked.
If you travel on Moody Mt Rd, be aware that work will be started soon so allow extra time for travel or take an alternate route. The work being done will be from the top of the hill by the old Clark Farm and the bottom of the hill. Culverts will be replaced, rocks will be taken out of the road and the road will be paved.
Mason Public Supper
The Quanabacook Masonic Lodge in Searsmont on New England Rd. will be holding a supper on Saturday, August 17th at 5:00 P.M. The cost is $7.00.