It’s sure been some strange weather for the first of the year. We’ve had three little rain showers this week, one was over an inch. I don’t know the ratio of how much snow that would have been but it’s still nice and in the 40’s most days. I’m not complaining but the weather forecasters keep telling us how bad it’s going to be. The DWW had their January meeting and have hit the ground running. The Annual Chili Stew dinner is Wednesday, January 24. The meal is noon to 1 p.m. and then a community meeting immediately following. The…

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