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Well, if I must say so, this has been interesting, trying to work my laptop with no down scroll key…arghhh. Need to find a place to fix that key, before I lose my mind, what little I have managed to salvage. It is always something to keep me on my toes ― or maybe just in my chair ― looking up, though. Where are those grandkids when ya need them?

Deer count Saturday local

Two ladies tagged out. Marilyn McKenney, my sister, tagged a 13-point buck weighing in at 210 pounds. Megan Elkins with her grandfather's gun tagged a 6-point buck weighing 153 pounds. Megan states it was so old, didn't have any teeth. Interesting for sure. Congrats to these two women. And congrats to anyone lucky enough to tag out as well.

Mount View Craft Fair

The 29th annual Craft Fair will be on Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Many crafters and more. Senior Project Graduation will have a table. Silent auction, themed basket raffles, and pictures with Santa. Lunch available. Lots to see, and buy. Something for everyone.

Karaoke

In Liberty at LaMesa Eatery and Cantina Friday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. Sounds like fun.

Jackson is where it's at!

The Stocking Stuffer Sale Friday, Nov. 16, 4 to 7 p.m., and preview auction items. Live auction Saturday, Nov. 17, 9 a.m.  Be there! All at the Jackson Community Center to benefit the Jackson Food Pantry.

Missing Iona

Iona, a 97-year-old WWII Lady veteran, passed away on Nov. 10 at the VA Togus Medical Center. She was an amazing lady. She will be missed.

Upcoming Benefit Supper

On Saturday, Nov. 17, at the Thorndike Town Office building will be a benefit supper, 4 to 7 p.m., for Mike Mitchell, who has been pretty sick. Lots of meat dishes, baked beans, casseroles and salads and all. A silent auction, you purchase tickets, and put in the bag of your choice item you wish to win. A pie auction.

Thinking of John

John Ford Sr. is sick at this time, and word is he is in hospice. You have many people thinking of you, John, with prayers and hoping you will be better.

Until next week, we have our first snow, and it is still on the ground in places. They scraped the road and sanded so that is my first sign it is winter. Stay warm, everyone, and safe. Be careful out hunting.

I made apple crisp to take to Marilyn and Clarence’s for supper the other night. It was good with whipped cream. I need to make more, and an apple pie is in the works. I hope to remedy this laptop.