Salisbury news for May 17

SALISBURY — Chris Turner, Salisbury’s Green Up Day coordinator reports these figures for this year; 155 bags of trash, 2 tires, and 14 large items removed from our roadsides. She said that more than 140 residents, students and 4H Swamp Riders worked to make our community look so much better. She thanks all those who helped.
The Salisbury UCC Church’s recent rummage and bake sale was a success raising over $800 for the ongoing repair and maintenance of the building. Thank you to everyone who purchased and donated to the sale.
Residents around the lake report enjoying the calling of the loons; sometimes even during daylight hours.
The Salisbury Free Public Library thanks Neat Repeats for their recent grant to purchase a new printer. Neat Repeats welcomes donations of clean clothing, shoes, jewelry, linens small kitchen utensils and other miscellaneous items for resale at their Bakery Lane store in Middlebury. They also need volunteers to work in the store.

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