Thoughts and prayers to Chuck Lord of Carver Hill Orchard, who was injured in an accident at the orchard last week. Chuck remains hospitalized and his family has written a heartfelt thank you to the community that can be found on page 6. We wish Chuck a speedy and full recovery.
On page 3, you will find the annual announcement from the Board of Assessors containing information about the release of the annual property value assessments. Property owners have until October 10 to contact the Assessor’s office with concerns or comments. The assessments can be found on the town’s website at www.stow-ma.gov
A few days ago, I finally put on socks. I fought a long, hard battle to stay barefoot, but the New England weather, as it always does, won. When I took the dog out the next morning, I opened the door and was shocked to find that someone had moved the house to Florida as we slept. Hot, humid, muggy, damp. I had socks on; it was supposed to be cold. I refused to acknowledge it. I spent the day sweating, finally giving up at night, taking off my socks.
The next day, the house had been moved to the North Pole. I was wearing a summer dress and bare feet. I refused to change, although I did end up wearing a jacket all day, inside.
At this point I’m just going to put all the clothes I own on at once and pick through them as the day wears on. Is it hot? Cold? Fall? Summer? Canada? I give up.
Cyndy Bremer, managing editor; email@example.com