Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard
What a glorious sun-filled morning – there is even some melting taking place! I see a few snow flurries in the forecast for later, but hopefully they will not amount to much. I imagine we are all ready for spring…
At last week’s reading group meeting, we chose books with tentative dates for the next several month. We are all excited to read Charles F by our own Cassie Horner, that will be discussed on 4/19. We encourage new members, so consider joining us.
5/24, Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
6/21, Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng
7/19, The Spectacular by Fiona Davis
I recently spent a couple of days visiting Angela Miccio who previously had her Bed and Breakfast across of the Plymouth School. She helped with the Plymouth Press when it was in print version and has many fond memories of her years in town.
We have recently lost two former residents. Peggy Janney, who passed away on 3/10/23, had a home at Hawk and was a lively fixture around town. She was very much a people person, assisting anyone who needed a helping hand. There will be a service of remembrance in the spring.
Ellsworth Tatro, fondly known as “Tate” passed away last week. He was a gregarious and cheerful fellow, who always had interesting stories to tell. Consistently a hard worker, he was part of the Town Road Crew for a number of years. Per his wish, no services are planned.