Buffy gives us her observations on living during these strange times and how everyone is making the best of it.
The Senior Project: a unique, dreaded and daunting challenge looms before all Andes students. In June of their junior year, Ms. Kathy Whittaker calls the rising seniors and their parents into her room: “What is your passion? Here is your chance to pursue it!
Although retired, Mel and June are enjoying a new life – June baking delicious pies and Mel tending the Farm Stand.
The last Comprehensive Plan was prepared and published in 2003 so a new one is needed. A 8 page questionnaire will be sent to all residents. Once they are received by the Town they will be collated and a Public Hearing will be held in the Spring.
Later, during the regularly scheduled meeting, the Board voted to charge no fee for use of the Depot by residents. Non-residents will be charged $50. A $100 deposit to cover cleaning is refundable if the place is found clean after use.
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.