Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Al Alley of Boston recently visited with his father Forrest Alley and with mom Emily Packish Frank in Vineyard Haven.

Joseph Bozyczko, his wife Vicky and their children Michael, Mikayla and Matthew were at their Lighthouse Road home over the long weekend.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Aquinnah Public Library will be presenting the final session for September Edible Vineyard: Series About Cooking and Eating on the Vineyard. Carol McManus of Espresso Love in Edgartown will present her new book Table Talk. Not only will she present and discuss her book but will also have a demonstration of her culinary skills. Carol will be at the library on Thursday, Sept. 25 at 5 p.m.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Ken Kaufman and his wife, Corinne Majno, renewed their wedding vows on Monday at their family home overlooking Vineyard Sound. The service was performed by Rev. Michael Allen who was accompanied by his wife, Rev. Priscilla Allen. Corinne was simply gorgeous in her wedding gown. Guests enjoyed the early evening festivities as well as photographs on the beach despite the coolness of the day. Videographer Ken Wentworth filmed the entire celebration and Elaine Diotima Vogel Vanderhoop photographed all.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Aquinnah police chief Randhi P. Belain is creating a list of names of people who are interested in obtaining deer over the winter that are killed by vehicles. If you are interested in being called when a deer is available, please call Chief Belain at 508-645-2313.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Get well wishes to Nancy Delaney who was admitted to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital this past week. Nancy is improving and anticipates returning to her home by this weekend.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Cranberry Day celebration was grand this year. There was a more than abundant harvest of cranberries, the last berry of the season in Aquinnah. The potluck was a wonderful evening of socializing with friends and neighbors. Traditional dance and drum was enjoyed by all. We were graced by the presence of the eldest tribal member attendee, Gladys Widdiss, who was photographed with the youngest tribal member, Amos Sauer.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Sincerest condolences to the family of Mrs. Eleanor (Thurber) Eglinas who died peacefully at home early on Thursday morning. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Smith Cemetery. Ellie was a classmate in the Class of 1964 at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and has enjoyed visits from her fellow classmates throughout the past week.

Roxanne Ackerman returned home recently after spending a month in California with her mother, Barbara Ackerman.

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Aquinnah
June Manning

JUNE D. MANNING

508-645-2574

(lthslnks@gis.net)

Martha’s Vineyard Neighborhood Convention convened at the Tribal Building on Veterans Day. Tobias Vanderhoop presented an overview of the Wampanoag history and culture, followed by a question and answer period. Rev. Robert Hensley, president of the convention, offered a prayer before lunch for the 63 attendees.

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