Another crazy weekend with the snow that passed through on Saturday and the weather wasn’t all that warm either. Didn’t get a whole lot here, but enough for sledding on the hill across the street from us. We were spared; from what I heard many other places got, we were lucky. Didn’t last long; by Sunday, it was almost gone. But, it is Lopez and you never know what Mother Nature is going to throw our way. Every time someone says “it’s the last storm”, we seem to get another one. The robins sure didn’t like the snow; had a hard time trying to find a good morsel to eat.
Mrs. Irene Huray spent a few days visiting her daughter, Irene Pequignot, in Linden.
St. Vladimir’s church has pierogies for sale. To order, call 570-928-1099. These make a very good meal when you don’t have time or don’t know what to have for dinner.
Civic meeting will be on Tuesday, the 19th, 6 p.m. at the Township Building.
Don’t forget, Tuesday, the 26th, is Primary Election Day, so get out and vote.
Wasn’t out much at all during the week, so don’t know what’s going on or who’s out and about. I’ll check it out this week and see if there’s something to add to next week’s news.
Happy Birthday wishes to Jaron Williams, 11th; John Risser, 12th; Joyce Walsh, 13th, Kristin (Anderson) Iwancio, 15th; Pat Burd and Carole (Fedorchak) Underwood, both on the 17th. Hope you all have a great day.
Happy Anniversary to Sheldon and Penny Speary as they celebrate on the 13th; and Michael and Georgia (Mattie) Martin celebrate on the 15th. Have a nice day and many more anniversaries.
HINT: “To repel mosquitoes during the season, tie a sheet of Bounce through a belt loop when outdoors.” (Have to try that this year and see if it really works. Would be good if it does as mosquitoes can be a pain.)
Guess that’s the news for now. Enjoy your week; it has to warm up soon. I know folks wants to start working in the garden and flower beds. Have news call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I’ll get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.