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The Dansville Online
  • Springwater Party Line: Upcoming dinner, music night at Websters Crossing UMC

  • The Websters Crossing by-donation Spaghetti Dinner and Music Jam is Thursday, Nov. 15, 4:30-7 p.m. for dinner and into the night for the gospel music. Come enjoy the evening with us — good food, good music and a pleasant atmosphere!

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  • The Websters Crossing by-donation Spaghetti Dinner and Music Jam is Thursday, Nov. 15, 4:30-7 p.m. for dinner and into the night for the gospel music. Come enjoy the evening with us — good food, good music and a pleasant atmosphere!
    Mark Hopkins writes, “What a great day Sunday, Nov. 11, was for a hike. Twenty hikers joined the Springwater Trails for a hike on the eastern side of Canadice Lake. These two loops, created to help manage the forests above the lake, provided the hikers with a view of three different gullies. The Climbers hiked straight up along the rim of the northern gully. About a quarter mile up the creek they saw a very nice small waterfall. By taking the northern DEC loop, a small side trail will give a good view from above the waterfall. Red pine, white pine, hemlock, spruce, maple, oak and ironwood trees are in the forest. Between the two loops, another waterfall can be seen in the small creek. The two waterfalls are about the same distance up the hill, reflecting the common layer of hard stone forming the top of the waterfalls. Following the hike, those that stayed for the after hike social dined at the Hemlock Grill. Check our website springwatertrails.org for information about our hike on Sunday Nov. 18th.”
    Amie Alden, county historian, wowed the crowd at Springwater on Tuesday, Nov. 13, on Livingston County’s part in the Civil War. The next meeting will be on Christmas Toys of the Past on Tuesday, Dec. 11. Be thinking about the toys in your attic and bring anything that you think has historical value for show and tell. Here is an opportunity to remember your childhood!
    Remember, if that turkey you purchased is frozen, the best way to thaw a turkey is in the refrigerator (between 35 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit) over several days. Otherwise the bacteria on the surface of the meat will be multiplying quickly and high bacterial loads can spoil the meat and/or make people sick. If you have questions, contact the USDA Meat and Poultry Hot Line at 1-888-MPHotline, 1-888-674-6854 or send an email to mphotline.fsis@usda, or log onto the website for viewing videos on how to thaw, cook, and use that turkey.
    May your Thanksgiving be filled with blessings.
     

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