EATON column by Nancy E.
Williams 3/28/23 447-5635
Here is my statement
of the week: Everyone in Eaton and many surrounding communities,
loves the Little White Church. No matter what event you are planning,
a wedding, a funeral, a baptism, an afternoon concert or an evening
of musical delight, you will want to hold your event at the LWC.
The peace, serenity and love that surround you in this hallowed
hall will make you laugh, cry, have hope, feel joy, reminisce,
and bring you pleasure and happiness. That is why we all love
our beautiful beacon full of light.
Now, with that said,
on Wednesday, April 5th starting at 5:00 p.m., there will be
a fund-raising event for the Little White Church at the Snowvillage
Inn. The church board is planning to build a parking lot and
this, along with donations and other fundraisers, will make this
important project a reality. Jen and Kevin will give back some
of the proceeds of the evening dinner revenue to the LWC. Former
Eaton residents, Kathy and Dean Williams, are our premier sponsors
for this event. We are grateful to all of you for your contributions.
There will be a 50/50 raffle and a very interesting silent auction.
We will have affordable and premium items as well. For instance,
a downtown Portland apartment for a weekend, a private Dana Cunningham
solo concert, original art work and crafts, a fine wine collection,
and even an original acrylic oil of the LWC by Karen Brisbois.
Man, it does not get better than that. Please make your reservations
soon (603 447-2818). We hope to see you and we always appreciate
your support of the church. (Thank you, Patricia, for this pertinent
Here comes a report
from Beth Griffin about April, spring, and Easter chocolate.
Now who doesnt like chocolate? As Beth is looking at a
big picture of luscious, creamy chocolate candies, she says Let
chocolate feel this vibrant on your tongue when you taste it.
I dont know about you but when I taste something, I want
it to transport me to a place of WOW! Lifes too short to
experience the mediocre. Rebirth. Renewal. Thats what this
season is all about. Order now in time for Easter. Do what makes
you smile and Happy Spring. Beths mailing address
is Your Soul Full Kitchen, Beth Nagle Griffin, P.O. Box 221,
Eaton Center, NH 03832.
Again this year the
Eaton Conservation Commission has funds available to pay part
of the cost for Eaton children between the ages of 6 and 14 to
attend Tin Mountain Conservation Center summer camps. If interested
please contact Judy Fowler at 447-5635 before May 10th.
Please attend the next
Eaton school board meeting on April 3 at 6:00 p.m. at the Eaton
Town Hall. State Representative Glenn Cordelli will be the featured
speaker discussing educational options and funding now available
from the state level. Honorable Cordelli heads up the education
committee in Concord and has been a proponent for school choice
options that best fit student and parents needs.
Some people have been
asking about who will take over at the Eaton Village Store for
Rose and Bill after they leave next month, and I do have an answer
for you. Maggie Flynn and her boyfriend Jimmy Yamartino will
be doing the honors. I asked Jimmy if he cooked and he said,
NO, Maggie will be taking that over and Ill be doing
everything else. I had a fun laugh at that. We have all
known Maggie since she was born and when she lived at the Snowvillage
Inn. Weve followed her fabulous skiing career in high school
and in Mountain Meisters week by week and have loved her enthusiasm,
her winning smile, and her beaming personality. Jimmy is super
nice and full of fun, too, and I think theyll do a great
job. They will be starting in May. When I know more, Ill
let you know, and I will do a more extensive interview then.
Welcome, Maggie and Jimmy.