Buffy gives a great review to The Wizard of Oz as performed by ACS students.
The Board of Education has ben working to prepare a school budget with a public hearing set for May 9th; The Drama Club presented the Wizard of Oz ; work has resumed on the pedestrian bridge.
Jack observes that early in the evening of March 18 – there was no movement outside his kitchen window – where was everybody? (of course he’s talking about his animal critters)
Some of Mel’s suggestions on groundcovers which work well in our area.
Scheduled events for the month of May, as well as an update on the Library Flood Mitigation.
Not everyone who grows older wants to know more about the aging process…… The author envisions old age as an opportunity for healing and renewal.
A resident purchased a new milking machine; civil war veteran was found dead; May 6 designated as clean-up day and other news.
A six course dinner paired with wine from many countries was enjoyed by all who attended. A very special evening.
Andes welcomes farmstands, but those operating them should check with our Code Enforcement Officer, Artie Short.
Diane puts the new chicks into an enclosure early in April but had to tend to one who was not happy in the April cold weather.
Nine Commercial Buildings on Main Street were upgraded and would receive their share of a $496,000 grant to reconfigure and refurbish their façades.
A brief history of Marty Donnelly, former Andes Superintendent.
The Drama Club will present The Wizard of Oz on April 5 & April 6, also notice regarding registration for school year 2019-2020
A thank you to all the volunteers for making the SnakPaks such a great success.
David has been working on a dance film which was shot in Ballantine Park – he is sending us a link.
Jack is ready for spring and all of the songbirds.
Mel expounds on various textures to be used in the garden.
Happenings at the Andes Public Library: Spring Sing-a-long, Community Barn Dance and so much more.
Notice regarding upcoming Earth Day and annual litter pickup to make Andes beautiful –
Phyllis’ love of her cat LiLi sometimes gets her in trouble.
An interesting highlight: Shavertown had a little excitement Saturday evening in which a woman, two State troopers, three men and hard cider were the prominent figures.
Town Board considering raising permit fees.
Diane deals with finicky childred and finicky chickens.
Gino plays tennis on Andes’ courts, enjoys it, but realizes he doesn’t play like his 25-year-old self did.