Happy April everyone. I hope everyone exercised their democratic rights on Monday. We had a new voter at our household today with Katie celebrating her 18th birthday this year.
Now it’s time to support our elected representatives and help make some positive changes in our community.
One of the great things about living in Southampton is the opportunities to ride off-road vehicles for miles. With the disappearance of the snow, these bikes are coming out of garages for the first time in months. I know some young people who are excited to be riding for the first time this year.
Whatever your age or ability level, remember to always wear your helmet and play safe. Have fun and be careful!
I had the opportunity to visit Runaway Lane Farms last week and took Miss Sparky out for a ride. What a treat! Bradley has a fabulous facility and he’s continuously adding to it.
I’m looking forward to his open house on Saturday, May 14. Come out for pony rides, wagon rides, games and entertainment.
Later on that night, Off Cent Her will continue the festivities from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. with a dance at the Southampton Community Center.
This coming Saturday, May 7, the Cougars For a Cure are hosting a Women’s Wellness Fair from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Parrsboro legion.
For just a $5 admission you can support a great cause and visit various booths and attend presentations about zumba, yoga, epicure, menopause, physiotherapy, belly dancing and much, much more! See you there!
The Cougars are also still accepting yard sale vendors for our community wide yard sale on May 28. Please call Denise Dickinson (546-2420) Peggy Cotton (545-2075) or Carissa Atkinson (546-2303) and for just $2 you can have your sale advertised on the yard sale map.
These maps will be available at Harrison’s so that eager buyers will know just where the sales are.