Knox News

By Rita Doughty | Oct 07, 2018

Hello All,

It has been a busy week. Trying to get things done before cold weather. Got some squash, potatoes, apples. Checking on wildlife, and seeing turkeys, and deer. Love the Frye Mountain area, so quiet and peaceful.

Newborn son

Welcoming little James Michael Higgins who weighed 6 lbs.12oz., 19.5 inches long, on Oct. 5. His parents are Brooke Raven and Austin Neal Higgins. Congratulations to all!

Meeting

The Pleasant Hill Cemetery Association annual fall meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 6 p.m. at Freedom Town Office Annex Bldg. Board of directors and  representatives of lot owners welcome to attend.

Reminders

Celebration of life for Kenola Denico (Drew) Saturday, Oct. 13, at 10 a.m. Condolences to the family.

Celebration of life for Bruce Thompson on Sunday, Oct. 14, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Held at the Varney Building in Brooks. Sympathy to the family.

Open house

The annual open house for the Waldo County Tech. Center will be held Wednesday, Oct. 17,  5 to 7 p.m.

Citrus fruit sale

The Unity Area Rotary Club is selling citrus fruit from Florida. To order you can call Ron and Jan Cropley at 948-2524. Oranges, grapefruit and more.

Fuel assistance

Anyone needing help with heating assistance can call for an appointment at 1-800-498-3025 or 338-3025. I think I had the wrong number last week. I believe a phone call is going to be necessary from a HEAP rep to make out the application.

Birthdays

Happy birthday to Kayden "Sam" Doughty on his birthday Oct. 2. May you have a lot more birthdays! Happy birthday to William McKenney on Oct. 2. May you have many birthdays, too!

Happy 84th birthday to Jackson news correspondent Beverly Ludden! Thinking of you.

Another relative: Happy birthday to Jayden Nickerson on Oct. 11. Thinking of you, kiddo.

Scenery

Such pretty leaves now as the trees are turning colors. It is so very pretty. Take a ride if you can and see the sights out there.

I rode over to the Cornforth Fields and checked on the spring, and lo and behold the beaver dam is back there, and flooding the spring where people get spring water, but now it is under water. What a shame.

Of course, long ago someone damaged the pipe the water ran out of, and ruined the spot anyway. Sad to see it. People were target practicing in the back field.

In Belfast

Joyce Thompson and I attended the wake for Alice Orff at Riposta's Thursday evening. She is going to be missed. She was always busy doing something at the farm she shared with her husband Don. They had gardens, strawberries, and always worked very hard together. Rest in peace to Alice.

Corn is gone

Noticing that the farmers have been cutting their corn crops. I know what that means, it is not too far behind now for winter. Keep warm, everyone, as the temps are falling.

Knox Historical Society news

We are working on the Knox Historical Society Calendar 2019 to get the pictures for this. Mary Ellen is doing the ads for this. The folks are working on the bicentennial town info for a booklet. Need info on families and pictures if you have any we can use. Need more people to help out on this. Vickie and Ken are helping as well as Myrna, Joyce and Clayton.

Until next week,

I hope you all are enjoying the pretty colored leaves out there. Have a great week, everyone. Stay safe!

 

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