Hope you all survived the weekend. Had a couple really good rain storms and the wind was wicked. Thought we would lose power, but it just blinked a couple of times. Sunday was a much nicer day with cooler temperatures.
Was nice to see Carole Kilgus on Friday. Her daughter, Teri Bullis, brought her up from New Holland, where they now live, to an 85th birthday breakfast at Pam’s Restaurant. Friends gathered there to wish her well for many more birthdays. They spent Thursday with Dawn Kilgus Darrin, Tara (Kilgus), Greyson and Carter Schiele. Such a nice time for everyone.
Sympathy to the family and friends of Linda (Popso) Schroeder who passed away on the 25th. She spent many summers here in Lopez with her Aunt Bettie Popso. She was living in Florida.
Thank you to all those who came on Sunday for pavilions and grounds clean up. Those included Jason and Maggie Brumwell; Jodi Brumwell; Les and Kathy Isett; Alex and Ginny Stavisky; Ted, Fay and Nick Puzo; Clair Johnson and us. Thanks to Jason and Nick for taking care of the big tree limbs that came down due to Saturday’s storm.
Don’t forget, Saturday, the 5th, is Old Home Day. Noon to 10 p.m. with lots to do. Good foods of all kinds, games, Bingo, Dunk Tank, Raffles and music by AM Flashback. Hope to see you there.
Flea market coming up on August 19th, at the park, by Nessie. Anyone is welcome to come and set up a table. If you’d like to do that, please let Bob McGuire know by calling 570-928-9238. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Happy Birthday to Stephen Mikolajczyk and Sherril Dayton, August 4th; Kyle Froese and Kathy Lebo, 9th.
Happy Anniversary to John and Mary Rajkiewicz as they celebrate 60 years on the 3rd. Many more to you.
Keep and eye on the Sully and Face Book for happenings around the County that you may be interested in. Many things are happening now with the nicer weather.
Guess that’s it for now. Enjoy your week. I think it’s to be pretty nice. Have news, call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at email@example.com. I will get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.