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Bellingham Bulletin

In the November 2019 print edition

Oct 30, 2019 03:30PM ● By Pamela Johnson
Leaves are drifting to the ground, or have already fallen, leaving the trees bare for the coming winter. It's time to fill all of your bird feeders if you haven't already, and of course, dig out those special Thanksgiving recipes.

Don't forget to stop by the senior center for their annual craft fair on Saturday, Nov. 2. (I'll be there with Bellingham shirts & magnets!)

We're all about making informed decisions, so we've reported on articles that you'll be asked to vote on at town meeting on November 13 (at BHS, beginning at 7:30 PM). Town Meeting is one of the oldest and purest forms of democracy; you have a say in how this town is run, so please exercise that right! Attend Town Meeting and vote!

NOTE TO OUR READERS: We greatly appreciate any efforts you make to support local Bellingham businesses--but specially those who advertise in the Bulletin; as a non-subscription paper, our advertisers provide the only operating funds we receive. (Even if you don’t end up buying anything, please let them know you saw their ad in the Bellingham Bulletin.)

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Note that you can also add information about your upcoming event(s) in our interactive digital event calendar at right. Oh, and it's free! 

Best wishes for a Happy (late!) Thanksgiving Day on November 28.
Pam Johnson,
Publisher

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