The Waldo County Humane Society will hold a free rabies clinic Saturday, April 30, 9 – 11 a.m. at the Brooks Fire Station. For further information, call 852-5033 or 323-6308. Rabies shots are free to animal owners residing in Waldo County. Pets from other counties are welcome for a $7 fee. Please bring all pets on leashes or in portable carriers. It is also important to bring proof of a previous rabies shot so your pet can receive a 3 year certificate. Masks are required.

Dustin was happy to get the gazebo opened and he got the tunes cranking on the warmest day we had recently. It was a beautiful day for music in the air. The grill is out and ready for grilling season to begin.

Heather “Betsy” Garrold of Knox has announced her candidacy for the new House of Representatives District #38 seat. Running as a clean elections candidate, Betsy is busy right now gathering qualifying contributions. She is also enjoying the Town Meetings in the district to hear what concerns the people of the nine towns she hopes to represent in the Legislature. If you are interested in talking to Betsy about issues or would like to help out with her campaign, please call her at 568-3302.

Neil Gibb recently attended a Santana Concert at the Spokane Arena. He had an awesome time. He said it was the best concert he has ever gone to. Has everyone been trying to eradicate the brown tail moths in your yard? I am trying to; last year they were horrible.

Happy Birthday to Dena Grass, Sharon Spaulding and Donna Shute. May you all enjoy all the cake and ice cream that you want.

Ketanji Brown Jackson is quoted as saying, “Change does happen, and even the most dire circumstances can be overcome.”

Have a great week and hopefully we get some sunshine after the showers the next couple of days.

I am sending a speedy get well to Merrily.