Bethlehem’s Fig Magazine highlighted our owner’s, John and Lynn Noble, and Jennie Gilrain’s mission to save The Swifts. John told Fig after learning about the birds, “I’m not a big fan of hurting things when you build things. When someone throws a curveball that you’re not expecting, you think, how can we make this cool?” That is precisely what the Noble’s and Bethlehem’s community fought for in saving the Masonic Temple’s chimney. Not only were they able to save the swifts, they were able to give Bethlehem’s community a front row seat to The Swift’s biannual, magnificent migration dance! Read the rest of Fig’s article here.
Things have been moving forward fast and with great progress at The Wilbur!
Happy New Year! I’m Lynn Noble (my husband John and I own The Wilbur) and smiling has always been my