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Hello All, Got my car fixed and hopefully all set for now. Sis and I went for groceries and do a little shopping. I hate to even shop. Actually dread it.

My friend Lisa’s Northport Redemption is open Tuesday through Friday10 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. She is doing pretty well since she had a stroke. Stop by and see her. Tell her I sent you there.

Easter bake sale

In Unity at Cone’Z April 16 10 a.m.-6 p.m. sponsored by the Fire Department Auxiliary. All kinds of goodies, come and check them out.

RSU3 food boxes

Fruits and veggies and other goodies. Thursday, April 7, 1-2 p.m. In the back of the MVHS complex parking lot.

Sympathy

Thinking of Jean Alex and her family at this time with their loss of Joe Alex. She is at the Maine Veterans Home in Bangor if anyone wants to send her a card. Many youngsters had interactions with both Jean and Joe at Mount View.

Anniversary

Happy anniversary April 2 to Gary and Sonya Merrfield. May you have many more.

Two birthdays in town

Happy 12th belated on March 24 to Audrey Garnett! And happy 14th to Grant Garnett on March 31!

Hello

A cheery hello to Meredith Murch today. I went past your home and was thinking of you.

It’s spring

The ice is going fast. Two adult loons were in Unity Pond close to the trestle. Still ice in the cove. Ice will be gone soon with the warmer temps.

Sympathy

A young 34-year-old, Whitney Rose Messier, of Stetson passed away March 23 in Boston. She had suffered with cystic fibrosis, diabetes and other ailments, causing her to have a double lung transplant and kidney transplant. She needed another, but the warrior was too sick for it. She also had COVID. Her sister Shea had died previously from the same thing, cystic fibrosis. She had spent the last year doing what she loved and enjoyed with those she loved. She was on Facebook her latest project under Whitney Who?. Look for it on Facebook. May she rest in peace.

Prayers for little Sawyer

Little Soy, as he is called, is in Boston Childrens Hospital. He is having his stem cell transplant from donor cells.for his immune system. He’s been having fevers etc. and needs platelets daily. Hopefully his new cells are coming in. He has a rare genetic immune disorder, HLH, hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis. Both he and his brother Chance have this., and Chance is in remission. They are sons of Lacey and Jeremy Cunningham. Lacey took Chance to the Aquarium and they got to touch some stingrays.To send a card, mail to Boston Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Drive, 6th Floor, Cunningham Room 602, Boston, MA 02115 or send to Lacey Cunningham, PO Box 306, Liberty, ME 04949. Please send prayers for this family.

Farm time
Ramble on Farm in town has piglets. Baby chicks coming soon.

Until next week,  Be safe. Be kind, and God bless all. Hoping tomorrow will be a better day.

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