August 2, 2017
Hope you all enjoyed your weekend. Was a little brisk and cool on Saturday; Sunday turned out much better with a warm breeze. The week is to be pretty good until Thursday and Friday when rain is expected; forecast may change by then. As long as the weekend is good for Old Home Days when there will be lots going on. See the ad in this week’s paper to check it out. Hope to see you there.
Thanks to Ruth Kale, Sharon (who was visiting Kale’s), Ken and Sara Smith, Macrina Pochatko, Heather, Kaeleigh and Kyleigh McDonald, and Bob and Kathy Neufer for their help with the Pavilion clean up on Tuesday. Many hands make light work and we got done quickly. Job well done and appreciated all the help.
Mark and Lisa Fenster, Philadelphia, Mark Fenster, Jr., Perkasie, and Anthony, Bethany and Dominic Sneidar, Portland, OR, spent a few days at their home on Church Street. They also visited Tony and Patti Sneidar at TAPP place in Dushore. Bethany is attending college and Anthony is attending flight school while in Portland. They all helped Dominic celebrate his first birthday on the 24th of July, while they were here.
Joe and Diane Fanning, along with Molly, Landenberg, and grand daughter, Haley Latch, St. George’s, DE, spent some time at their home on Church Street. Weather was favorable this time.
The last 4-H Model Rocketry meeting will be on Monday, August 7th, at 2:30 p.m. at the Extension Office in Dushore. Hardly seems possible that summer is almost over. I know the kids don’t like the thought of going back to school yet.
Keep and eye on the Sully for up-coming events in the County. There may be something you’d be interested in.
Happy Birthday to Kari Spinosa, 11th; Al Kapler, 12th; Linda Beaver, 13th; Lisa (Beaver) Sperry, 14th; Dustin Burke, 15th; Kevin Pequignot, 16th; and TJ Lowden, 17th. Have a great day.
Happy Anniversary to Bill and Bonnie Killian as they celebrate on the 16th. Have a nice day.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale. To order, call 570-928-1099.
HINT: “You already know that dryer sheets remove lint in the dryer. It can do the same out of the dryer. When you’re in a fix, use a dryer sheet. It works just as well as a lint brush, and the nice scent is an added bonus.”
From Mr. Neubauer’s little brown book: July 30, 1978 – clear and cool and 54 degrees. Same here with clear and sunny, but a little warmer than 54 degrees.
Guess that’s the news for now. Enjoy your week. Gardens and flower beds are looking really good and producing well. Humming birds are still around and the bear made his appearance the other night. It was dark and he came up over the hill here, but too many outside at the time so he turned around and went back down the hill, which was fine with me. Heard he did turn some burning barrels over again. 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.