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It’s raining as I type on this dreary day, but it was nice earlier. Our temps are improving, and it is time for lawn clean-up.

Mt. View High School had the food box give-away today. Saw a long line of vehicles waiting. I believe this is for the first Thursday each month. It helps people out. Food prices are high. Noticed the gas price at the local Hilltop store was down to $3.729 per gallon. Town Meeting is April 8, Saturday, 10 a.m. at MVHS. Hopefully folks attend.

April Birthdays

Happy Birthday to the kids; Grampie Lin Doughty on April 16! Happy Birthday to Dawna Routhier on April 17! Belated 8th birthday to Annabelle Wood!

Looking for pattern

Am looking for a pattern for a wreath that is made out of tissues. Let me know if you know how to make this. I make them out of rug yarn only, and of course inside use only.

Searching for an old friend

I have been trying to locate Regina Lurvey, who used to live in Knox near the Larrabee Farm, as I believe her father worked for Newton’s family. She moved to Ellsworth, I believe.

Announcement

Heather “Betsy” Garrold from here in town has announced her candidacy for the new House of Representatives for the District #38 seat. If interested in talking to her contact her at 568-3302. Good luck!

Rabies Clinic

The Waldo County Humane Society announced a Free Rabies Clinic for Saturday, April 30, 9-11 a.m. at the Brooks Fire Station. Leash or carrier for pets. Masks needed. Anyone from another County must pay a small fee.

Get Well

Here’s hoping Marilyn Larrabee Schofield is getting better soon. She is at EMMC, very sick, diagnosed¬† with a deadly blood infection, anaplasmosis, from a tick bite that wasn’t detected for a period of time. She had other problems too. Prayers needed for her too. Online there is a GiveSendGo created by her daughter Teresa Hardy. Any help is appreciated for her. Any cards, cheerful encouragement may be sent to Jennifer Schofield, 472 Bagley Hill Rd. Troy, Me. 04987. Thanks! This info is from Teresa.

I have an update on Marilyn Scofield. She has been transferred to Oak Grove in Waterville. She will have several weeks of rehab and healing. The family thanks all for the support. Thinking of her.

Open Now

Bricks-N-Sticks at Searsport Town Pier Steamboat Ave. is open for the season. Wed.-Sun. 12-6, 505-9050. They are looking forward to seeing you.

Bangor Trip

Marilyn and myself joined with Kristen and Maverick, ate lunch at Olive Garden, Tuesday afternoon. That was a nice change. Sis and I got those dental appointments out of the way.

Hey Kids

The T-Ball sign-ups for 5-7 years of age are coming up. Larrabee Field in Knox. Bring a glove and a smile. Cost $10. Start date is Tuesday May 10 through Tues. June 9, 5:30-7. For info text Ben, 660-2994 or Jen Larrabee Facebook messenger or call 299-8077. Share this info.

From Susan

Sue MacKay and family will be having a Celebration of Life for Neil on June 11, from 11-4 at Waldo Town Hall, 629 Waldo Station Road.

Baby Sprinkle Shower

A Baby Shower for Charleigh Rose soon to be, and Mom Ashley Bingham on Sunday was held at T&B Event Center in Skowhegan. Among those attending were Laura, Karen, Sara, Katie and myself. Nice time had by all and to visit with others too. She got lots of nice gifts, and a special homemade baby quilt from Grammie Karen.

Cemetery meeting

Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association Board of directors and officers will meet in Freedom on April 12 at 6 p.m. This is for lot holders of reps thereof.

Until next time,

I see the daffodils and crocus are starting to show up now. Been a long winter, glad it’s over. Tree’s budding out. Pussy willows everywhere I’ve seen.

Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind always!