Thursday, September 27, 2007
Residents to form welcoming committee
Our feathered friends are returning home. Snow Lakers have reported that our friendly gaggle of geese are slowly returning after feasting on the local farmers’ crops. Hopefully, some will choose to go on down south, but who could blame them, for picking our beautiful lake?
Don’t forget the community center’s garage sale in October. Call Emily Koen if you have any items to donate.
Hooray! We are now the first certified firewise community in Mississippi. This is a blessing for us, as the state will help make our community, which is surrounded by a National Forest, a safer place to live. More about this later.
As the leaves begin to fall, be sure you keep them from under your vehicle and away from your house. Also when you’re raking your leaves, keep a water hose handy.
A few residents will meet next month to form a new welcoming committee and also to update the emergency procedures for the lake area. Please contact Pat at the corporation or Becky at the town office to give them your home and/or emergency numbers and other pertinent information regarding this.
It’s time to come to the great monthly potluck this Saturday. Join your friends and neighbors for some great Southern cooking; you’ll be glad you did.
Week-enders, please make arrangements to have your trash cans placed out of sight after you leave. As the weather changes, winds blow them onto the roads and they become very unsightly.
The monthly town meeting will be next Monday, October 1 at 7 p.m. in the community center. Mark your calendar for this important meeting.
Let’s all keep Stanley Bezzo in our prayers. Also remember our soldiers; pray for their safe return and an end to this war. barb.snow email@example.com
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