Thorndike News

By Linda Dixon | Nov 09, 2019

lindix67@uninets.net

Sorry that I had no column last week, but when I should have been sending in my column, I was playing with the generator.

Sympathy is being sent to the family and friends of Doug Meader. He will be missed by many.

The A. J. Grant memorial breakfast was a resounding success. The food was excellent and everyone seemed to be enjoying chatting with neighbors and friends. Before I left, I got to see my grandson Taylor's buck that he got after he had a good breakfast at the memorial breakfast.

As I sit here writing this, Dustin is out cleaning snow from the deck. That is one of his favorite things to do this time of year. But, by the time spring gets here, he is as sick of shoveling as everyone else.

My deepest sympathy is being sent to all of Sallyann Hadyniak's family and friends. She will be so missed by everyone. She and I became acquainted via telephone before she moved to Freedom. She was a great person.

A very happy 100th birthday to Roy Ward. Enjoy your day, Roy, but do not eat too much cake, save room for your favorite beverage.

Humorist Evan Esar is quoted as saying, "A signature always reveals a man's character and sometimes even his name."

Have a great week and remember to let me know of anything you would like put in this column. Stay warm.

 

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