The February Advocate opens with articles detailing concerns about — and a forum to discuss — the proposed elementary school consolidation by SAU1 that would have a large impact on Dublin in several ways. Another issue confronting Dubliners is broadband, and that committee will present its findings March 2. Come. The Historical Society is hosting its Annual Potluck, and read the story behind a young entrepreneur. Dublin School invites all to attend its production of A Chorus Line, featuring several musical young folks, the Village Park is open for business, and the trails groomer needs work. Updates always come from our own Dublin Consolidated School, the DPL and its trustees, the FDPL, the Hub, and Rotary. But the Black Fly Story Hour is back, raising funds for the Thornton Wilder Center for the Arts, and one person beautifies town every day on her walks. While we learn about the Goshawk from Tom, all are welcome to participate in the Annual Statewide Bird Survey sponsored by Audubon. Last, do let our advertisers know you saw them here.