Dear Dickeyvillians, It’s that time of year again! DCA Annual Dues. Every dollar the association spends enhances our community and property values. Below are several examples of what your dues accomplish: Pay for mowing and hedge trimming of common areas to maintain the appearance of
The Dickeyville Garden Club’s annual pancake breakfast ended 2019 in our usual neighborly fashion. Clint Roze provided a menu of chocolate, blueberry and buttermilk pancakes, plus some tasty bacon and sausage. Besides Clint, we also must thank, David McCrae, Matt Reeves, Peter Bailey, Ruth Margraff,
Celebrating another Dickeyville published author! We recently learned about a second publication by long-time resident, Mel Currie. Mel’s latest book, Just Before Too Late, was released in December, 2019. This fictional account of Paul McCarahan adds to an earlier non-ficition publication by Currie; Mathematics: Rhyme
The second Dickeyville Arts Festival was a roaring success! Bravo Joan McCready and the dedicated organizing committee! More details to come. For now, some photos from the action-packed itinerary.
A new theme for Ladies Night this month, hosted by Anne Puckett. Great fun had by all!
By David McCrae It’s widely known that the golf tournament element of the annual Dickeyville July 4th celebrations had been historically organized by our beloved unofficial Mayor of Dickeyville, Peter Auchincloss. After Peter’s tragic sudden passing in 2018, it was an automatic decision of the
Fireworks, rain storms, friendship, trash wheel families, and more! What can we say aside from THANK YOU to all our friends and neighbors for a most spectacular Fourth of July?! The five – yes five – days of celebration started strong with the loveliest riverside
Another peaceful session led by villager and certified yoga instructor, Krystal Wharton. Thanks also to Patricia LaNoue for hosting in her yard. Stay tuned for the next full moon session!
Hello neighbors! This month, 7/14, the kids of Dickeyville hosted a lemonade stand to raise funds for immigrant families at the border. Donations went to a coalition of organizations helping with legal services and other forms of aid, including The Florence Project, ACLU, Kids in
NB: Post extracted from TownCrier, written by Phoebe Hayes This Winter has seen some extraordinary losses in the community of Dickeyville. We lost several revered and remarkable Dickeyvillians in January and February. Reflections and obituaries are included here for each: Sam McCready left this earthly