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EPSOM & UTICA by Faye Ashton

The farmers were busy this week with perfect conditions to dry the hay crop and get it under cover.

Friday evening saw many area Holstein farmers and friends find their way to Landomills Farm, the Millson Family, and Solina for a Holstein twilight get-together. The meal was delicious, and many activities were planned for all ages concluding with a country music band for dancing.

The Mt. Zion pork barbecue on Saturday evening was also blessed with perfect weather conditions for those who attended. A bountiful meal was served, and music by a solo/guitarist serenaded the group.

We send our sympathy to Keith and Collette Roberge on the passing of Keith’s mother, Sharon, and Colette’s mother-in-law. Colette nee Bertrand grew up in Epsom and attended public school here.

Congratulations to Britini Smith of Utica, who will now become head coach of Syracuse University’s Women’s Ice Hockey program. Britini has excelled in the hockey field for years leading up to this prize position. Best wishes for an amazing year.

We send best wishes to Ted Croxall as he recovers from hip surgery. Ted has entertained us for years with his beautiful singing voice and his many jokes. Mend quickly, Ted.

Glen Major Church will hold its first summer church service on July 10th at 7 p.m. It is always a treat to worship at the Glen. Plans have been made for a July 24th service too.

The congregation at Epsom-Utica United Church welcomes you to their July services scheduled for the 10th, 17th and the 24th at 10 a.m. each Sunday. A social time follows.

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