Mary Demers got all dressed up for Halloween this year. Kitty Kidder caught her on camera at the Blackwater Junction Restaurant in Cilleyville.
November was a month filled with seasonal excitement, frosty mornings, and warm winter jackets. We collected acorns, made leaf creations, and jumped in piles and piles of leaves. It was a busy month at the Inn! We were proud to be a part of a Toys for Tots vendor fair hosted and organized by Lisa […]
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Ernest F. Currier, of Newmarket, died on November 25, 2012. He was born in Danbury on May 10, 1928 at home to Frank and Ardena (Ordway) Currier. He attended a one-room schoolhouse on High Street in Danbury, graduating from Andover High School in 1946. Out of high school, he worked for the town of Danbury. He […]
Shawna Barton, a sophomore at Colby-Sawyer College, is studying abroad in Paris for the semester. She is majoring in psychology and minoring in international studies and sociology. On the right is her mother, Tina Barton.
John Pendleton and Betsy Carruthers in front of Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna.
The Cub Scouts of Pack 489 and the Boy Scouts of Troop 489 collected a total of 277 items during their food drive for the Andover Food Pantry on November 10. Dana Buswell stayed and helped put away the food items. Photo: Tina Cotton
The 14th Annual Seery Hill Halloween Party took place on October 26. The family-friendly event started with a parade of young and old in their favorite costumes accompanied by horses and ponies in coordinating outfits. Fred Flintstone and Ravin the pony were led into the ring by Bam Bam and Pebbles. Somewhere Over the Rainbow […]
Leo L. McCabe, 75, of Gale Road, died suddenly on Friday, November 23, 2012 in Worcester, Massachusetts while visiting with his family for the holiday. Leo was born in Flint, Michigan on February 7, 1937, the son of John P. and Martha (Lantis) McCabe. He graduated from St. Philip Neri High School in 1955. He […]
It is hard to believe that we are coming to the end of the year of 2012. The month of November brought us at the East Andover Village Preschool many discussions about our families as we focused on our favorite family stories. Each day was a designated story which came alive in literacy, math, creative […]
At Asa Gilman’s fifth birthday party last week, her friends brought canned goods and other non-perishable food items for the Andover Food Pantry. On the day before Thanksgiving, Asa, her brother Sam, and her mom Sarah delivered two big baskets of food to the pantry in the basement of the Town Hall. Many thanks to […]