Chilmark is enjoying the first real thunderstorm of the season with some loud thunder over Menemsha on Tuesday evening that had produced a pretty but cloudy sunset earlier. The storm caps two really hot days that folks would have called weather breeders back in the day. This Saturday is the annual children’s fair at the Chilmark Community Church. It will be from 10 a.m. to noon. There are many games, pony rides, a bounce house and always cupcakes. There is no charge and all children are welcome.
Chilmark . . . a great place to be if you are a landscaper. The buzz of lawnmowers can be heard between every shower. The greenery is thriving and in some places gaining on us. Rains still come but we are promised drier weather by the time you read this paper. Let’s hope so. However, it is clear that we are loved for more than our weather because last weekend was a busy one in town with many visitors, some weddings and the usual homeowners arriving to open their summer homes.
Thank you for visiting our page. We are raising money in memory of Philip Blackmore, the late son of Frank Blackmore - MD here for 25 years. Philip lived life to the full and did more in 31 years than many people do in a lifetime. He was a an accomplished sportsman. He ran marathons in around 3hrs, he completed the Etape du Tour, had a golf handicap of 18 and was a regular 5-a-side footballer as well as competing in the London Triathlon three times. He was also a thoroughly lovely young man.
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