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.
By Candy Chin A funny thing happened at the Tremperskill Store. Near the end of the day, our 1949 Globe meat cutter STOPPED! BIG PROBLEM. Tom, with an electrical background, and Eddie decided it was The Toggle Switch. Shayne (here for 5 pm coffee hour), with knowledge of motors, added to the diagnosis-discussion. Tim wandered
On a 5 degree Saturday morning, February 2nd, Groundhod Day, Woodchuck Willie was put to his task at WOODY’S.
There was something about that moment when the sky was blue on a crystal sunny day,………………………….
Recap of goings on at our wonderful library.
Mel loves the color red in his garden providing us with names of those that do well in our area.
24 hours of snowfall, 2 days of sun, Sweater wearing, sap-rising, spirit-raising days! Sorbet snow shrinks from green islands, uncovers snowdrops. Faith is the flower blooming beneath the snow. A rinsing rain sluices snow from lawn, leaves suds. In the woodland pool, frog eggs: a gelatinous mass of promise. Sparrow pairs vie for space in
The home-suaring bug bit the Haugetos who moved to Andes 10 years ago and started a family maple syrup tradition.
Beguile me not oh mother of nature, as I know ye well. Spare me your wrath, and let March be March, with tidings of spring. Not, I beseech ye in layers of snow.~ By Jack McShane
Information regarding Andes Bi-Centennial, August 10, 2019
A bit of trivia: The most effective glue yet discovered for fastening aeroplane parts has been made from milk -……………………….. and additional 1919 news.
BOOK REVIEW: You’ll Enjoy It When You Get There: The Stories of Elizabeth Taylor, with an introduction by Margaret Drabble — March 2019
Jane highly recommends reading not only this book, but all of the other books written by Elizabeth Taylor, the novelist.
NYS Education Department has given approval to move forward with our Capital Building Project. Work on the front bridge will resume in the spring. The Drama Club will be performing “The Wizard of Oz” on April 5th & 6th. New ACS National Honor Society members inducted on February 15th.
Gino plays tennis on Andes’ courts, enjoys it, but realizes he doesn’t play like his 25-year-old self did.