The Croydon School Bus was late bringing students to school on Friday, April 16. The reason for the delay was a closed road due to a single vehicle accident on Pine Hill Road near Cash St. According to Police Chief Richard Lee a red pick up truck hit a patch of ice on the road, and went into a culvert causing the vehicle to roll over. Minor injuries were sustained by the driver.
The Croydon Historical Society is selling raffle tickets for a gourmet BBQ at the Samuel Morse House on Saturday, June 26 from 4 to 6 pm. Chances are $5 and each winning ticket is good for two BBQ dinners. Only 100 chances are being sold, with 20 tickets drawn. Anyone desiring tickets should contact any member of the Historical Society or call Bap Kresse at 863-1449.
The Croydon Historical Society is having a business meeting on Tuesday, April 27 at 7 pm in the Samuel Morse House. All members new and old are invited to attend.
All dogs must be licensed by April 30 or be subject to a fine. Licenses are available at the Town Clerk’s Office. Hours are: Mon. - Tue. 12 - 6 pm. and Wed. - Thu. 9 - 7 p.m.
Croydon Flat resident Aaron Fellows is racing in the American Canadian Tour (ACT). The Tour was to open for its first ever appearance at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway on Sunday, April 25. However, due to predictions of bad weather, the race was postponed to a date not yet determined. ACT teams will return to the home of the ACT Late Models, Thunder Road International Speedbowl, for the opening of its 2010 season with the 12th Annual Merchants Bank 150 weekend, May 1-2. Aaron was named Rookie of the Year, along with six other racers. Fellows is a favorite at the Twin State Speedway in Claremont NH. Good luck Aaron!
A reminder for all those interested in forming a grange in Croydon. There is a second organizational meeting on Monday, May 3 at 6:30 pm in the Croydon Fire Department hall. Dessert available for those attending. Those who are interested in joining can call Steve Tracy at 252-5395 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Learn more about The Grange here: http://www.nationalgrange.org/about/history.html
You know it's spring when you hit the pot holes in the road, and the Transfer Station begins it's summer hours. Starting on Wednesday, May 19 the Transfer Station is open Wednesdays, 12 - 4 pm.
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