When I checked with Jana Sellarole, she explained that plants could be dropped off anytime but please label them. I did that and at the same time I picked up a couple of books! When gardening tires me out I can sit and read. Sounds good, doesn’t it? – Lil
When asked if I would share this video that the Eighth Graders made for their teachers for Teacher Appreciation Day, the answer was an enthusiastic, YES! How many do you recognize? – Lil
Jack Pratt has asked that I let you know that the Senior Luncheon scheduled for Monday, March 16th has been cancelled.
If you have one from the 1900-1920 era that you are willing to loan the Walpole Historical Society for the summer, please call Sally McGaffigan at 445-2527 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. They need it for an exhibit they are putting together. It can be “repossessed” in the fall.
It is time – one week to go for the deadline for the next issue of THE WALPOLE CLARION – March 2020. I have already many submissions. Last evening I spent over two and a half hours at public hearings, and will be writing and have asked for articles leading into Town Meeting time on the Proposed Charlestown Withdrawal (NO), Broadband (YES), Warrant Articles (YES), Plastic Bag Ban (YES – may be enacted once the State passes regulations). I max out at twenty-four pages for postal regulations, so get your submissions (and advertisements) in to be included. This will be a well-read issue. Thank you, yours, RAY