by Brenda Reeser There was a big turnout at the ASHC annual meeting held at the historic Hunting Tavern Museum on Monday evening, October 28, 2,002. Once again extraordinary platters of food were on the buffet table. “It’s an impressive display. We have great cooks here in Andes,” Doug Reeser, President, said as he thanked
by Buffy Calvert
How can you get a delicious meal and great theater served up in one room? Andes Hotel proprietors Sallie and Ed O’Neil invited the Little Victory Players to put on Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry in the ballroom on Saturday night, November 9th
A gallery offering the goods of several antique venders will be open for the holiday season and through the winter in the building at 60 Main Street which formerly housed the Village Hall and, before that, Anne Geiger’s Flyaway Farm Antiques. A major remodeling is scheduled for spring before the gallery reopens for the summer
Fans of the Mitford books by Jan Karon will remember Esther Bolick’s fabulous Orange Marmalade Cake for which she would never divulge the recipe. Sally Johns has unearthed it and given it to her mother-in-law, Millie.