2018-01-04 / Columns

Christmas tree boat back in storage

By BILL THOMPSON
Phone 334-4486

Happy New Year!

I hope everyone had a great, safe New Years Eve celebration. The weather certainly did not co-operate this year. What a start for 2018.

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The fireworks in Boone Dock’s parking lot were interesting.

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The Glen Arbor Artist Association is predicting some “winter art weather” for kids ages 1 to 5 and their parents. “Let it Snow” offers a series of four Tuesday morning sessions in January that explores winter through simple and fun creative projects. Classes will be 90 minutes and include a snack

There is a cost to participate. Nonparticipating infants less than one-year-old are welcome at no charge. For more information call 334-6112.

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While we are at the Glen Arbor Artist Association, students may find their inner artist at “after-school arts” set for Tuesdays on in January. Students can ride the bus from school to the GAAA center. Call for more information.

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The Christmas Tree Boat is in dry dock until next season, although we look forward to next year. Also, I was remiss in not mentioning the great job the Garden Club did on the decorations on the Narrows Bridge.

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It’s hard to believe, but with all the signs, the lights and arrows, someone still failed to make the turn and ran into the power pole at the bottom of the hill on Co. Rd. 677. Go figure.

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Be careful out there and start the New Year right.

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Be kind, be happy, have fun.

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