The Belvidere Community Club is gearing up for the season. Just think — bluegrass is just about a month away. If you would like to book the field, you need to contact the town clerk’s office. The field calendar is filling up fast.
The community club had a meeting on May 6 for yearly elections, and the officers were elected. The members got together last weekend and did some work that needed to be done before any use. A big thank-you to all who showed up to work.
The field really has greened right up. Everywhere the grass is greener.
The Mary Elizabeth Center in Jeffersonville has openings for the summer for children ages 3 to 5. Children will learn a lot and have a great time. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Eagles Club in Jeffersonville had a great meal with a lot of people attending, along with the state presidents of both the Eagles and the Auxiliary.
A few weeks ago, my wife and I went to Manchester for a state meeting. Then will drive to New Hampshire to go to the Cathedral of the Pines. She is the state chaplain, so she will read the names of the auxiliary members who have passed away this year in Vermont.
On May 14, an older moose crossed in front of my wife’s car at Rattling Brook Corners. The moose was very gray and white, and ran down the grass side on the left.
A raccoon has been coming up on our back deck, and there have also been turkeys around.
Well, the roads have gotten better, unless you are going to Eden, then you really have to drive to miss the holes. Several are really deep and can do a lot of damage to your car if you hit them. I am really surprised the state hasn’t fixed them yet. I have heard of a lot of people who have hit potholes and then had to repair a tire or buy a new one — and more than likely, you will have to get a new one.
— Bill McLean, 644-5437