Oliver Freese, of Freese’s Grocery, requests that the public not write on the bulletin board with markers. He says that cards and thumbtacks are provided as a service.
Rube Elder would like someone to help change marquee bulbs at the theater. His recent injury has made it painful for him to ascend a ladder and he’ll give two tickets and free Twizzlers® to anyone willing to help.
Residents are requested not to use Christmas lights out of season.
Several citizens have complained that Fingus’ Drug Store has refused to sell them contraceptives simply because they are unwed. Mayor Chibble wishes to remind everyone that a limited selection of contraceptives are available at Hotchkin’s Filling Station for emergencies and that it is Mr. Fingus’ right to refuse sale to anyone in violation of his beliefs. The mayor wishes it to be noted that he makes no judgment on the issue.
Abigail Padden will soon be brewing a new batch of Verter Beer for the upcoming summer drinking season and hopes that everyone will continue to respect her privacy while at the brewery.
Craig Wetzel, of the Imaginactory, wishes to announce several upcoming art classes in the coming months. In addition to his wildly successful Fundamentals of Painting class, he will also offer Cracking Egg Tempera, and The Fundamentals of Drawing. You may visit his website for more information.
Ssnuff Tucker, recently returned to our town, has begun collaborating on a novel with Craig Wetzel, which they intend to publish later this year. Mr. Tucker says it is a “coming of age” story, loosely based on an incident while in high school and promises to be full of fun, adventure, and many laughs. Knowing Ssnuff, Mr. Wetzel will almost certainly complete the bulk of the writing.