To the Editor:

Plans are in place for the Second Annual Berne Summerfest, and we want your readers to know we have a day filled with something for everyone.

To the Editor:

The quilts of Knox have been displayed, scrutinized, exclaimed over, and admired, and are now safely returned to their owners. The quilt show Sunday, on Aug. 3, sponsored by the Knox Historical Society and the Helderberg Quilt Barn Trail, drew 125 visitors from nearby and out of state.

To the Editor:

Jim Gillis felt like his soccer coaching at Berne-Knox-Westerlo was under the microscope of four sets of parents, so he decided to leave his post after 22 years. 

Going undefeated is hard to do, and the BKW Little League softball team did it.

Introducing "The church ladies of Knox": business-minded, talented, and dedicated women. Visualizing the enormous impact they had on their community is inspirational.

To the Editor:

Bargains, bargains, bargains. The Town-Wide Garage Sale in Knox will be on Saturday, Aug. 9.

Maps will be available the day of the sale at the Knox firehouse.

Applications for the town-wide sale are still available. Please call me at 872-9400  or Maryann at 872- 0385.

To the Editor:

Join us for some good music by local musicians on Wednesday evenings at the Berne Town Park.  The music starts at 6:30 p.m. and runs until dusk.

Slim Pick'ins will perform on July 30.  On Aug. 6, Just a Bunch of Guys will be on stage. Chuck Wagon will be the attraction on Aug. 13.

To the Editor:

I would like to remind town of Knox residents to complete the public survey that was mailed to each household in June.  The response collection period has been extended to July 31. 


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