Thursday, January 27, 2011

This is much better!

It's Garbage Day


27.7 degrees!

The WKTV forecast: "Lake effect snow showers and flurries will be the rule over the next two days. Clouds and snow showers will last through the majority of today, with accumulations of less than one inch for most areas. Temperatures hld steady in the upper 20s with a bit of a breeze this afternoon.

Light snow showers tonight and tomorrow, again with little accumulation.

A clipper system rolls south on Saturday, bringing a few flurries to the area. Colder weather returns early next week, with highs in the upper teens to lower 20s.


The DPW has spent the past two days removing snowbanks from both sides of Main Street

........... and folks like Mr. Wright on White Street keep up with the occasional flurries that leave fresh accumulations of a few inches.

The temperature reached the mid-thirties, yesterday afternoon, and Maggie took her people out for a walk ............

........... and Charlie and Scout were strolling with their mistress on Elmwood.

At 5:06 p.m. it was still light (sort-of!) on Main Street .................

.............. and a group of snomobilers was reconnoitering in the field next to Osborn Avenue.


(Two fun letters!)

"What a great site. My Mom turned me on to this and it has really brought back a lot of memories. I was wondering if you could give a shout out to a few people I went to school with a long time ago, that I think of from time to time and more often now that I’ve found this site. I’m not really sure who’s around anymore, besides Tom Morgan, who remembered me, when I last visited. I know I’ve forgotten a few names, but here’s a few that I remember.

Tim Snyder (bowgadude buddies)
Tom Snyder
Mark Ruane
Tom Morgan
Ed Manion
Mike McGlaughlin
Teddy Ford (Peanut)
Larry Schmidtt
R0nny Mahar
Greg Doyle
Myron Bancroft
Sherry Jackson
Darla Budlong
Nancy Barnes
Susan Staley
Debbie King

Thanks for all the great memories y’all. I’m hopin we get a chance to catchup one of these days. Maybe you could invite me to the next reunion.

Jim McManus"


And, along the same line ..........

"Dear Huddleblogger,

Could you please assist me in obtaining information with regard to upcoming Waterville High School reunions (2011 in particular).

I am not sure who would be good contacts with regard to schedule, activities, locations. Maybe you could help with this inquiry.

I went to Waterville schools many years ago, and am planning to attend the 2011 reunion activities.

Thanks for any help.
Tim LeClair"

If someone will send messages and information to me I'll be glad to pass them along to Jim and Tim!


Clothing giveaway

from 9 a.m. to noon and 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28

and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Jan. 29

in the basement of St. Bernard's Church, located on Stafford Avenue in Waterville.

There will also be small household items, bedding, kitchen items, shoes and toys. Sponsored by the Waterville Food Pantry, Waterville Senior Citizens and the Social Action Committee of St. Bernard’s Church, the event is open to the public and there is no limit on the quantity of items people may take away.



Game On @ Your Library

Thursday afternoons 3:00 - 5:00
Ages 11-18
Play video games on our 12 foot screen! Bring your own system
and games or you can play our Game Cube or PS2. Bring your friends!
Game ratings must be T or under.



There are no games scheduled for today, but you can see the
schedule for Friday and Saturday games by clicking right HERE!



The Legion is having January fish frys every Friday.
The time is 4:30 to 7:30.

$9:50 for for the fish dinner
and $5 for the mac and cheese dinner.


Have a good day, everyone!

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