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YOUR ANDES TOWN CLERK: JANIS LYNN JACQUES— August 2006

YOUR ANDES TOWN CLERK:  JANIS LYNN JACQUES— August 2006

A short bio of our Town Clerk – Janis Lynn Jacques

75 MAIN STREET, ANDES IN THE LATE 19TH CENTURY – August 2006

75 MAIN STREET, ANDES IN THE LATE 19TH CENTURY - August 2006

A short history of late 19th century Main Street.

GARDEN PHYLLISOPHY – August 2006

GARDEN PHYLLISOPHY - August 2006

Phyllis ponders the weather and it’s effect on her property and garden.

WE APPLAUD: THE ANDES EMERGENCY SQUAD

By Judy Garrison Way at the back of our minds, even behind the uneasy thought that we could be in a life threatening accident on one of Andes’ back roads, or a fear of having a heart attack in the middle of the night, is the comforting thought that we have a highly trained local…

HAVE YOU MET MY FRIEND DAN FODOR?

by Bill Piervincenzi Dan is a retired electrical engineer. He moved to Andes full time, three years ago. His home is at the top of Old Gladstone Hollow Road, where he lives with two dogs, three cats and a lot of wildlife. Dan lived in Manhattan most of his life. During the Viet Nam War,…

DAVID LINCOLN BRUCE: Photographer, 1865-1947

by Buffy Calvert May 10th – Mid-June, The Andes Society for History and Culture will present a show of historic photographs by David Bruce. Here is a brief biography of the artist, an Andes’ native and chronicler of town life in the late 1800’s into the next century: David Lincoln Bruce was born in Andes,…