On June 10th, the entire ACS student body and faculty marched into a light rain to line the sidewalk in front of the new bridge across Liddle Brook where Dr. Chakar, State Senator Seward, members of the School Board and residents awaited them.
The Town Board Meeting is cancelled for August. ZBA will meet on 2nd Monday at 7 pm in future.
The couple, readying for a celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary in early July, both individually and together radiate humor, enthusiasm, and appreciation for this setting and the life they are leading.
Dr. Robert Chakar in his office at ACS where he serves as Superintendent (a post held jointly with that of Superintendent at Margaretville Central School) received a call from the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) regarding the 2019 NYS Superintendent of the Year.
On Monday, June 10th, we were finally able to celebrate the opening of our front pedestrian bridge with a “ribbon cutting ceremony” with Senator James Seward present.
Our youth programs will begin Wednesday, July 10th and continue through the beginning of August. This year, one group, ages 4-14, will attend from 11:15 to 12:15.
Therefore, Mother Nature, the consummate teacher, brings me back to basic concepts that keep me relatively sane, and make it possible for me to enjoy my life as a landscape designer and passionate gardener.
The writing in this book is urgent, and exquisite. It grips you by the collar and takes you on a thrilling ride offering a new vision of the miraculous world of which we’re a part.
Until then, the dominant chicken of the literal “pecking order” will try to take on the role of rooster, in this case even attempting to crow as well as chasing the younger ones away from the other chickens and from the feed.
Tuesday evening 85 boys arrived at the Gerry Camp in southern Bovina.
July will feature “Andes Interiors”—a photo exhibit of inside views of Andes buildings of yesteryear.
Read all about the Gazette turning 20.
See the graduating class of 2019
Am I one who can whisper to our avian friends, have them come to me and land on me without fear? The answer is no,………
Mel tells us why he hates Spring, but gives insight into the proper bulbs, flowers to plant this time of year.
The Town of Andes will be celebrating its Bicentennial Anniversary; and other library news.
Isara (1989), is the the lightly fictionalized account of a period in the author’s father life. It is a small masterpiece, composed with such wisdom and understanding, such love and attention to detail, that one is ashamed to have known nothing about it all these years…….
A meat market has opened in Andes…….Dr. C.L. Wakeman has given up his practice…..three people were arrested in Biggar Hollow.
Diane commiserates regarding a non-existent Spring this year and the fact that one of her chickens dies.
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.
Gino plays tennis on Andes’ courts, enjoys it, but realizes he doesn’t play like his 25-year-old self did.
Scenes from the 2018
Community Day Parade