September 3, 2014

Williston’s 250th Anniversary Scrapbook

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Despite the interminable rain and overcast skies, a group of hardy residents turned out for the town photo at the Williston Community Park on June 8. Click on the photo for a larger version. (Observer courtesy photo by Stephen Mease)

Despite the interminable rain and overcast skies, a group of hardy residents turned out for the town photo at the Williston Community Park on June 8. Click on the photo for a larger version. (Observer courtesy photo by Stephen Mease)

Williston celebrated the 250th Anniversary of the signing of its town charter on June 7 with two photo projects, a dessert potluck and the premiere of ‘Williston Revisited: A Community Portrait.”

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Carrie Williams Howe)

(Observer photo by Carrie Williams Howe)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

Comments

  1. Louis M. Izzo says:

    I take frequent walks in my neighborhood and surrounding sidewalks/roads on Industrial Avenue and Rt 2-A and occasionally see what appears to be a dog-poop bag, nicely tied, but simply left there in the road or on the sidewalk. I would like to remind dog-walkers that this is not appropriate. Please carry it off.

    Thank you for meeting your legal responsibilities.

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