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2018-05-15 / Communities

Delancey

Worship services for the DeLancey, Hamden and West Delhi churches during May will be held in Hamden church at 11 a.m. with Rev Patty Wolff.

Our prayers and hope you’re feeling better soon to George Bolles.

On Saturday, April 28, Jeremiah Anderson and Sara Sulger were married on the lawn of Sara’s relatives in Walton. Even though the event was hampered by a little rain, the wedding party stood it well and were beautiful in their dress attire. Sara was a beautiful bride and Jeremiah was a handsome groom. Following the ceremony relatives and friends greeted the newly married couple at the Delhi American

Legion for a reception.

On the passing of Gail Dibble, our condolences are extended to her family and friends.

To the family of Dominick Pernice, our sympathy is extended on his passing.

Florence Grill was delighted when her granddaughters, Brooke and Lauren Cottrell of Hoosick Falls came to spend a day with her last week. Florence said it was a nice time to just have a great visit with just the girls.

Jeff and Patty Perkins and son Ryan from N.C. spent three days here visiting her parents Junior and Jane Howard. They were here for Jeff’s father’s (Bill Perkins) memorial service Saturday.

On Friday, May 18, at the Delhi Cannon Free Library, kids pre-K-sixth grade are invited to go for Oreo games, challenges and prizes; 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

It’s the time of year to vote on school budgets. In Delhi voting will take place on Tuesday, May 15, 12 noon to 8 p.m. in the middle school lobby.

On Tuesday, May 15, there will be a chicken and biscuit dinner from noon to 8 p.m. in the Delhi Middle School Cafeteria sponsored by D.A. Extracurricular Fund. Eat-in or take-out; pre-sale tickets $6 and tickets at the door, $8. Contact Chris Miller for pre-sale tickets at cmiller@delhischools.org.

Free rabies clinics coming up in Delaware Co.: 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, May 16, at Roxbury Town Garage 53508 St Hwy 30, Roxbury; and 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23 at town of Stamford Garage, 60187 State Highway 10, Hobart.

Spring turkey season is May 1 to May 31. Two bearded birds for the season, but you may take only one bird per day

May 20, Coffeehouse at the Walton Theatre. Talented student musicians perform in voice, strings, brass, wood winds and piano. There are always homemade desserts available along with coffee and tea. Sponsored by Music on the Delaware at 6 p.m.

My thoughts of the week: Did you notice the roadside garbage has been cleaned up along Rte. 10 from Delhi down through Hamden? Our thanks to all those who put on their gloves and picked up all that winters dirty garbage. It would be nice if travelers would take their garbage home for disposal instead of throwing it out of their vehicle window. Anyway, it looks nice for awhile and thanks again for all those who care. Going out my door on Monday morning I found a big pail full of a variety of big, beautiful daffodils which were left by Don K. Don must have one big beautiful patch of these flowers. In the pail with the flowers was a note: Winter is Dead, now I hope he is right there, as we are all tired of the cold winter. This week they are back doing the final construction on the Fraser Bridge. Now going over that new paved road, I can’t help but think how nice it would be if the road all the way to Delhi and even to Walton had a new paved surface like that without all the potholes.

From the front page of a January 1931 American Agriculturist on Shrines of America. Lexington and Concord: as the British troops marched inland from Boston, the colonists, roused by Paul Revere, snatched what weapons they had, pitchfork or flintlock, hastened to arranged mobilizing points. Such a group had gathered on the green at Lexington when the Redcoats arrived. The organized fire of the soldiers dispersed the disorganized Patriots. When the British reached Concord Bridge however they found the colonists reassembled, better organized and ready to fight. A poet describing it, says of the skirmish “By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled, Here the embattled Farmers stood And fired the shot heard Round the World. The British were driven into a harassed retreat which lasted all the way back along the road to Boston.” The statue representing a minute man leaving his plow to fight stands at the head of Concord Bridge.

Lynn Kinch’s joke of the week: An elderly patient said to his doctor, “My leg aches all the time.” “That’s just old age,” the doctor replied. “Well,” the man said, “my other leg is exactly the same age and it feels fine.”

It’s great to have brothers and sisters because there’s always someone around to blame for starting the fights.

A cute saying: Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, But they don’t get around like the dandelions do.

Helpful Hint: When washing your children’s socks or putting them in the dryer, put one of those hair elastic bands around them as pairs, they will then be easy to match up the pairs when you take them out of the washer or dryer.

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