Love your Town? Run for Office!

From the desk of Sandy Brackett, Landaff Ledger editor/owner; Town of Landaff Board and Commission “Open” Positions  *2021 Town Meeting and Voting dates/times to be announced  Consider running for office this year.  In most cases the time commitments are not oppressive, the tasks are do-able, and the satisfaction of contributing to the effective and efficient…

Town Budget Work Sessions

Requested by Jenn Locke, Landaff Select Board Chair; The Select Board is having extra working sessions for business involving the 2021 town budget. The Town Hall is only open to board and committee members. All others are welcome to attend via zoom or phone in. These working sessions conducted through zoom just like a regular…

Landaff Creamery Closing

Requested by Deb and Doug Erb, Landaff Creamery; Only 3 more shopping days until Christmas! Do you have your cheese for the cheese plate for the holidays?  We still have wedges of all 3 of our cheeses, Kinsman Ridge, Truffle Landaff and our flagship cheese, Landaff! Landaff Creamery will be closing on Christmas.  We have…

Blue School Accolade

Requested by Molly Culver, Landaff Blue School Teaching Principal; Below is a pdf newsletter from WMSI (White Mountain Science Institute). Blue School was mentioned in the article. I thought it would be nice to let the community know all the hard work students are doing in Computer Science and our partnership with WMSI. Here is…

Quilt Raffle Winner

From the desk of Sandy Brackett, Friends In Council Treasurer; Marguerite Christopher is the very lucky local winner of our quilt raffle this year. She is so happy. Thank you to all who participated in our club fundraiser so we may continue to serve Landaff, Lisbon, and the local area. 

Blue School Sign

From the desk of Molly Culver, Teaching Principal, Landaff Blue School; Here is an article from the local paper that introduced the Blue School’s new sign; The wooden structure that was not being used for the sign that Ron Howard, Richard Bronson and Allan Boulet built was repurposed for bird feeders. As part of the…