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Volunteers Needed for Caleb Group
Volunteers are needed for many things at The Caleb Group. You can be a great help to the elderly who will so appreciate it. Call Bobbi Gaudes at 837-9179.
Volunteers Needed at The Morrison
You could brighten someone's day (maybe even your own!) by sharing your time or talent with residents at The Morrison. The Morrison is a nursing home and assisted living facility and also provides adult day care. Your time spent to read to someone or just visit with residents will help. Maybe you have talents to share in other areas-- call and get more info. 837-2541.
MAP OF WHITEFIELD--
First Complete Map In Decades!
The first complete Whitefield map done in decades has been completed and is now available at the town office. This 2008 map shows all roads, streets and by-ways as well as historic sites, cemeteries, public buildings, parks, bodies of water. Measuring 22" X 17" unfolded, one side covers the entire town and outlying areas of the town. The other side features an enlarged map of the downtown area.
The map was developed through the efforts and long hours of dedication of Ron Littlefield and John Severance over a period of two years. Every place illustrated on the map was personally visited and confirmed and all of the costs associated with the project have been borne by Watershed to Wildlife and Littlefield Insurance.
Bandstand Photo: Courtesy of Bonnie Wyatt Wright
Community Day 2008
Whitefield Community Day 2008 was a smashing success as usual as many citizens and visitors to the area joined together on the Common to enjoy fun, food, frolic and friends. Following are some sample photos of the event.
Jeff Woodburn took the plunge in the dunk tank. Some folks also enjoyed the opportunity to dunk selectman Duane Hall
The "Leading Ladies" from The Morrison (Roxie, Ruth and Claudia) were on hand with information, brownies and a happy spirit!
The Mountain View Grand served up delicious food from its gourmet kitchen.
Bill's Barn Board Birdhouses were available for purchase. Awesome talent and clever design incorporating Whitefield themes. Oh, yeah-- they're functional, too!
Sue Gradual cheerfully taught us how to tie-dye shirts.
Weeks On Wheels WOWED US!
It was a wonderful day in Whitefield. So many locals were out and about and we had the opportunity to visit with so many folks we hadn't seen for awhile. There is no substitute for small-town living and Whitefield is the finest example of it you'll ever find. While there was something for all ages available on the Common, the Whitefield Library was also holding its annual book sale in the town hall across from the Common. The weather cooperated nicely and it was a day well spent.
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