The Basket Lady
How about a big round of applause for the Mtn.Valley Falcons' basketball teams along with several loud hoots and cheers for Mr. Cameron Kaubris on reaching another shining star milestone in yet another sport, basketball.
I’m a big fan of Cam’s; he’s a gentleman with heart and tenacity.
Recently, just by chance while flipping through the channels, caught a glimpse of the local access channel showing our Mtn. Valley Western Maine Class B football champs posing with friends and family as they proudly held up their championship trophy.
It brought tears to my eyes just knowing that those students/athletes played their hearts out for their school and community. Thanks for the memories!
How wonderful to read in the newspaper all of the “basket” benefits/fundraisers that the River Valley puts on for others. A community of giving, what could be a greater blessing to others?
Judy Sanborn is another kind giver that exemplifies thoughtful giving. As far as I can remember, that’s not too far these days, I’d never met Judy Sanborn but she recognized me one day not long ago standing in the post office sorting through the mail.
I don’t know how she could recognize me with so much winter ware on from head to toe.
Judy called the Rumford Falls Times for information on how to get in touch with me, so running into me at the post office seemed destined. Several days ago, when I opened the front door to get the newspaper, a lovely surprise of baskets and potpourri along with a note from Judy greeted me.
Thank you for a kindness shown to the following angels in training: Larsen’s Appliances, Robert MunznerRN, Marsha, Gemma and Dr. Jung, RCH, Sue Ellen Richardson and Betty Wood.
Give someone a basket filled with hope, happiness and love today. Remember the theme: Get a basket.
Give a basket.
We miss you every day, Dot Sanchas! Until then, smile and live in the present.