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Hello All,

That wind and cool temperatures, brrrr! It’s time to get the lawn raked up from all the branches and leftover leaves. I dread this mess. Get the sand off the lawn, and there is plenty. Oh well. I have plenty of birds coming to the feeders. A gray squirrel that wants to sit in the window feeder every chance it can. The leaves are budding out fast,  and a few daffodils in places. Soon I can look for dandelion greens.

Mount View High School

On Wednesday, May 4, will be the Annual Career Day. And on Thursday, May 5, will be the annual College Day.

Opening soon

On May 7 the Market of Unity will open up for the season, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. If you make it, bake it or grow it, you are invited to reserve a spot for an upcoming Saturday. Contact info is themarketofunity@gmail.com. Shop local. Serena Ard is usually there with her homemade breads, and goodies. And her baskets she makes. She is very talented.

Fundraiser

Fundraising for the lunch program “The Open Door” at Depot Street Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Pie Sale and cookbooks for sale, too. They have lunches to go there, drive-thru every Thursday for anyone wishing to stop by. Plus other items as well.

Notice from Randy Parker, Commander

American Legion Post 50 in Unity is seeking participants for the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 30. Meet at Town Office at 8:30 a.m. for 9 a.m. parade. Just show up to participate. Marching to and from Pond Cemetery. Info contact Randall at 323-3412. Spread the word, and make this a great parade since none for past two years. Everyone welcome.

Meeting

Montville Historical Society will hold its annual meeting Monday, May 9, 6 p.m. at the Kingdom Schoolhouse. Election of officers and board of directors.

Lyme disease presentation

Mount View Adult Ed Program on Monday, May 16, 5:30-7:30 p.m., “Signs and Treatments.” Live online with Zoom, and in person for $10 fee. To register, call 568-3426 or email adultedrsu3.org.

Montville Fire and Rescue

Ongoing bottle and can returnables wanted. A donation bin by the side of Firehouse area. A scratch ticket raffle by contacting Karen York, or the firefighters, 382-3077 or text Karen at 692-7818. Drawing in May at business meeting. This is to help with necessary expenses.

Until next time,

I hope you all are healthy. Stay warm, as they had snow up north, thankfully we didn’t get any but a few flakes.

Be Kind Always! Life is what you make it. Peace!

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