COVID Virus and The Gibson Center

Hi Everyone,

As we all should be doing, The Gibson Center is buttoning up and gearing up for the never-ending surprises of winter. I used to think of Columbus Day as the time to start doing things for colder weather, but now I wait for the first mountain snows. And that time came in magnificent fashion. Snow on the mountains with the leaves in full color is always such a treat.

If some of you are unsure about negotiating this winter financially, remember there are plenty of resources available for food, utility help, heating fuel, etc. You can call the Gibson office and we can direct you to the right place, or call our friends at Carroll County ServiceLInk in Tamworth at 603-323-7508. It’s been my pleasure to have worked with ServiceLink since it was established way back at the turn of the century. They are a valuable resource for one and all. AND, they’re all really nice people.

Carroll County ServiceLink

We have gradually cracked the door open to start some light activity in our building. We’re a long way from being officially open again. Check our website for updates and you’ll find a calendar here in the newsletter. Remember…everything is subject to change.

It’s the month of Thanksgiving. We will have Thanksgiving dinners for our Grab and Go meals on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 17th and 18th. The only thing different from last Thanksgiving is everything… There is still much for which to be thankful. We are grateful to Linda and Shawn Bergeron for again underwriting our 2020 Thanksgiving!

Finally, in case you haven’t noticed, the first Tuesday of November is Election Day. If you haven’t already done so, please go vote!

George Cleveland
Executive Director

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