Hello everyone: It's Fran DeFilipppi Kurpil… on this beautiful morning here in Liberty. As the Country and the World are in turmoil, we can’t do more than pray and for my own state of …
Hello everyone: It's Fran DeFilipppi Kurpil… on this beautiful morning here in Liberty. As the Country and the World are in turmoil, we can’t do more than pray and for my own state of mind, turn off the T.V. and get the guitar and fiddles going in the other room.
If our great-grandson, Aaron Gieger is here from California, I'll ask him to sing, God Bless America. At ten-years-old, he is amazing and will end with a salute. It is a teary blessing. His dad is a Major in the Air Force, Dr. Andrew Gieger.
Get involved locally: What could be more rewarding. My note on Facebook about revitalizing our Liberty Chamber of Commerce is one way of bonding and working together, and sharing ideas.
I really hope our young people get involved and will respond to my e-mail. We need you!
Village Mayor Joan Stoddard: A report emphasizes the "Adopt a Street" Program working to clean up garbage in the village.
Liberty Police Department is sponsoring Litter Pluck on Sunday, June 5 at 11 a.m.
Meet in rear of Police Department, gloves, bags and pickers will be provided. Flowers will be hung along Main and Sullivan Ave this week or next.
Liberty Fitness Center: Cindy Fracasse said, Spring has sprung with flowers from Liberty Mini Market, some in memory of her Dad who she recently lost. So sorry, Cindy.
The Community Garden: How striking, as our Garden Club has the garden and fencing looking so beautiful as you drive up South Main across from the majestic Presbyterian Church. Flowers and vegetable plants are thriving.
Saturday June 4 is National Trails Day: Meet at the Parksville Rail Trail at 9 a.m. for a fun event.
Liberty Library: Senior Coffee Club will host NYS Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther on Monday, June 6 at 10:30 a.m.
On June 7, at 3:15 p.m "Distress for Tests" for teens. On the following Thursdays, June 9 and June 16, at 1 p.m. they will have a movie and talk about alzheimer and dementia.
Summer Reading Program begins the week of June 27 for all ages. Details on website: https://www.libertypubliclibrary.org.
Main Street: Stay tuned to positives. Main Street has several new businesses, and expansions of others like the super laudromat across from the elementary school.
A new business in the former Thompson's Pharmacy. (corner of Main & School St.), another new business in the beautiful former Charlie's restaurant. I don't have full details yet, and a Holiday deadline here. Looks like a great summer.
Lake Street: Wow. Munson Diner.These owners know how to draw the crowds with great food. And so they had to add a wing with a lot more tables and what is more perfect than the view from their high location.
They also needed more parking, so added another lot.
As we enjoy our summer months, I see a great season, post pandemic. Time to enjoy and pray.
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