Wasn’t it nice to see the town a buzz with folks as they toured the community yard sales? Twenty-seven sales had registered, but there were a number of procrastinators whose sales didn’t get listed plus a number who set up spontaneously.
Plan a head for next year – probably the first weekend in May – for the sixth annual community yard sale.
Thanks again and hats off to Carl and Barbara Salvagin for organizing this event. I’d be interested in hearing if any of my readers have other ideas/ways we can bring folks to town.
When we first came to down, we used to have Father’s Day at the Mill where steam engines were the draw.
But the mill was sold and that ended that event. But perhaps an outdoor quilt or art show might be worth considering. Just food for thought.
The library will be sponsoring an evening on the lawn I believe and then there will be the Concert in the Park in July 7. Fulton Community Band and Anybody’s Guess will be planning and one or two other groups. Those two events should help gather the greater Hannibal community together over the summer.
In the meantime, there should be enough to keep you all busy cleaning up after winter, and getting the gardens and lawns in shape.
Remember, spring is spruce up time. Hannibal is a good place to live — working together we can make it even better
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Senior Meals will be meeting for lunch at the Senior Center (Library) on Oswego Street at noon Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The menu for this week is
Monday, May 13: Open-faced hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, vegetable blend, fruit
Wednesday, May 15: Swedish meatballs over egg noodles, vegetable blend, juice, pudding
Friday, May 17: Chicken parmesan over pasta, vegetable blend, cookie
There will be games Monday, bingo Wednesday, and the video “Reminiscing through the 40s” Friday. Give Rosemary a call now and make your reservation at 564- 5471.
The Jammers will not be meeting this Monday — never on the second Monday of the month.
Wednesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. at the town hall, (Cayuga Street) there will be an Informational meeting to learn about the up coming school budget. If you have questions and cannot attend the meeting, please call 564-7900 ext. 5005.
David Gray, Hannibal Town assessor, will be available to review the tentative tax roll May 16 from 5 to 9 p.m. and on grievance day from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please call for an appointment as that should delay any long waits.
May 18 is the Junior Prom – doesn’t seem possible the school year is almost over! But things are beginning to wind down at school and at the same time reving up with activities.
The school board election and budget vote is May 21 and in addition to the budget. There will be one proposition to establish a capital fund. The election of school board members will also be held at this time. Four candidates, Janice Scott, Vern Cole, Donna Ingersol and Mireille Watts will be running for the three vacant positions.
In order to vote in school elections, you must be 18, a resident of the school district for at least 30 days and a citizen of the United States. You do not need to be registered or a property owner. Proof of residency will be asked for.
The Hannibal Sports Banquet is May 22 at 6 p.m.
Music Boosters will meet May 23 in the high school library at 7:30 p.m.
School will be closed May 24 and 27 for Memorial Day!
The Hannibal Boy Scouts are selling “Camp Cards” as a fund-raiser. Those seeking more information may call 564-5630.
The United Methodist Church of Hannibal Center/South Hannibal, located at 512 Co. Rte. 21, Hannibal, will be having a chicken barbecue Sunday, May 19 from noon until gone. Dinner will consist of chicken, baked beans, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, roll, dessert and a drink. Chicken halves will also be available.