I was talking to an old friend this week and I was thrilled to find out he’s met someone and might just have found the one! I’ve been waiting a long long time for him to meet the right girl! I was super excited for him, “What a great year to fall in love!” I said. “That’s about all this year was good for!” he said gruffly. I laughed, “What are you talking about? There are SO many things to be thankful for this year!”
I honestly feel there is SO much to be grateful for. It’s been a shake up and for me and my family – in many ways for the better. “Name five!” he said, sure I couldn’t. I rattled off five things, including living in South Dakota, getting to spend time with my family, my beautiful sweet boy, the transitions it brought to my job, our growing business and a few others. He was surprised I’d come back so quickly and then agreed that all those things had indeed been good.
This HAS been a weird year, to say the least, and there is lots to be frustrated and disappointed by – and it’s not over yet! (hahahaha) But as the stoic’s say: things happen, they are neither good nor bad, it is your view and opinion of what happens that makes it so. I’m not sure I completely agree but it’s an idea I think bears some thought – especially during shake up years like 2020! #TheObstacleIsTheWay
___Here’s what’s happening in Lead this week_____
TONIGHT, Thursday 10/15
12pm – Preservation Thursday: Homestake Water System Past & Present at the Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center. Curt Betcher will present a program on the Homestake water system which was first constructed in the early 1880s by Homestake Mine. Free for members and $5 for non-members. Masks will be required. Call Rose for more details 605-722-4800
4-6pm – Chamber Mixer @ Sled Haus! There will be free refreshments and a free drink for members. Everyone is invited, bring a friend!
The Lawrence County Comprehensive Plan Update will be revealing their work in two different meetings. Online Zoom meetings on Tuesday and in person meetings on Wednesday. See all the details and information here: http://www.lawrencecountycompplan.com
Paranormal Investigations of the Adams House Museum continue through Saturday night. Call Rose for details and tickets 605-722-4800
5pm – City Commission Meeting @ City Hall
6-8pm – Sip ‘n STEAM – adult project class @ The Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center. Come enjoy an evening of Art and beverages. Our very own, Kate Schlenker will instruct those who attend in making a “Magazine Bowl.” We’ll also talk about the history and influence of paper and art on history! You don’t need to be an artist. Ages 12 and up. Space will be limited to 15 people. Call 584-3110 to purchase tickets, $25/pp includes a drink, light snack and all the supplies.
2pm – Chamber Public Planning Meeting @ Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center. Want to be included in the Chamber’s future plans and events? Here is your time to come give us your ideas and get involved! Call 584-3110 for more info.
_____New & Notes_____
We’re prepping the November newsletter so let us know if you have an event coming up or would like to start getting it. We get so many nice compliments on our print newsletter and many people tell me how much they enjoy reading it.
I hope you are having a great week! How has this year been positive for you? I’d love to hear!
With Love from Lead!