We Are Community for the week of Feb 1st, 2021, by Joyce Steiner

  There have been at least three deaths in our community this week.  Harold Kessler of Bowen passed away on Jan 25th.  He and his wife could be found at the Buss Stop on chicken night.  Got word that Ron

We Are Community for the week of Jan. 25th, 2021, by Joyce Steiner

  There was a notice in the paper that Duane Sorrells of Macomb passed away on January 11th.  This brought back memories of when he had a group called “The Wagon Wheel Opera”.  Rod Tippy of Augusta, Danny Perez and

We Are Community for the week of Jan 18th, 2021, by Joyce Steiner

  I subscribe to three newspapers, one being the Quincy Herald Whig which comes six days a week.  I am astounded at the number of obituaries each day.  It is very sad.  This weeks’ news included the passing of Melvin

We Are Community for the week of Jan 11th, 2021, by Joyce Steiner

  You all know by now that I read a lot.  Mostly I read for pleasure but sometimes I read about things that interest me like Chuck Yeager or the Space Race.  Because I was a physics and math major,

We Are Community for the week of Jan 4th, 2021, by Joyce Steiner

  I’m thankful for friends, a home, kitties and my antique store. To say the least, it has been an interesting week.  First it was the last week of 2020 and the first week of 2021.  That in itself is

We Are Community for the week of December 28th, 2020, by Joyce Steiner

Or Ode to My Cell Phone Unless you have a vivid memory of 1918, no one could have imagined a year like 2020.  I would never have thought that I would be spending Thanksgiving and Christmas with only my kitty,

We Are Community for the week of December 21st, 2020, by Joyce Steiner

  It has not been a good week for many in our community.  Mimi Lawton called to tell me that Sharon McCombs had passed away.  She taught 3rd grade in Plymouth some years ago. Mary Jo Williams, mother of Marcia

We Are Community for the week of December 14th, 2020, by Joyce Steiner

  Probably no one uses or appreciates the United States Postal Service more than I do.  I am  “old school” and still mail bills, Christmas cards, birthday cards, sympathy cards and more.  I usually drop a half dozen pieces  of

Correction

Diane Tenhouse passed away not Donna.  So sorry for the error.

We Are Community for the week of Dec. 9th, 2020, by Joyce Steiner

  I barely remember my Great grandmother Evelyn Reidsema even though one of my names is for her.  What I do know is that she had several children who eventually scattered over the country.  For eighty six years and multiple