Thorndike News

By Carolyn Zachary | Apr 06, 2018

Thorndike column

By Linda Dixon

568-3411

lindix67@uninets.net

I think it is about time we got some temperatures above 25. I am so done with the cold.

Condolences are being sent to the family and friends of Desiree York. She will be missed by all who loved her.

The Brooks Ladies Fellowship has a few tables left for their antique/craft fair on Saturday, June 2, beginning at 8 a.m. and going until 3 p.m. Tables are $10 each, with a limit of two per vendor. Please contact Karen at 722-3056 or kahudgins60@gmail.com. All proceeds will help to fund further education scholarships.

​Sympathy is being sent to the family and friends of Ethlyn Roberts. She had a great smile, like her twin sister, Evelyn.

​On Sunday, April 15, 4 to 7 p.m., there will be a Soul Recovery dinner at the Waldo Community Center at 639 Waldo Station Road, Route 131, Waldo. $10 per plate for all you can eat. Children 12 and under will be free. Family time will consist of face painting, 50-50 raffle and art displays will be on sale. The Soul Recovery project is a nonprofit organization working to serve Waldo County through a holistic approach.

​Sincere condolences are being sent to the family of Tina Manning. She and her late husband, George, and family were great friends of my family through the years. I still manage to see a couple of them every now and then. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

​Pablo Neruda was quoted as saying,"You can cut all the flowers, but you can't stop spring."

​Have a warmer week and just keep thinking those warm thoughts.

 

 

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