December 21, 2022
We did have some snow on Thursday. Was heavy and wet and got about 5 inches, maybe more, depending on where you measured. I did hear there may be another storm coming this week. Hope not too bad. There will be lots of people traveling over the Christmas and New Year holidays and don’t need a lot of delays or accidents. Have to keep an eye to the sky and go day by day.
Many thanks to Mildred American Legion Post 452 for their generous donation of the wreaths, for Wreaths Across America, for our three cemeteries here in Lopez. They are fresh wreaths and look nice against the white snow. These wreaths were placed at the Veterans graves on Saturday, the 17th. Those who placed wreaths included: John and Jerff Hoodak and Mike Stavisky at SS Peter & Paul Byzantine Cemetery; Mike Stavisky, Jim Sysock, Craig Kachmarcky, John Delovich, Richard and Rose Bizup, Jim and Jean Patson Minarsky and Kevan and Julie Vanderpool Williams at St. Vladimir’s Cemetery. They would also like to thank the Township men for plowing the cemetery parking lot. They also plowed at SS Peter & Paul. Bob McGuire placed wreaths at EUB Cemetery and Clair Johnson placed them at Ellis Cemetery. Thanks to all for your help.
Happy belated First Birthday on the 17th to Austin Michael Stavisky, son of Michael and Becky Stavisky, Tequesta, FL. He is also the grandson of Alex and Ginny Stavisky, Palm Bay, FL and Lopez. Hope he had a great day.
There are no Civic meetings until into the New Year. Hopefully, the first one will be held on the third Wednesday of March, weather permitting. Keep an eye on the Sully for more information. Membership dues can still be given to Heather McDonald.
There may still be activities that will be going on in the County, if Mother Nature helps. Hoping for the Eagles Mere toboggan slide, but need very cold weather to make the ice. This hasn’t been happening for the past few years. Maybe this time. Hoping for some snow for the annual sleigh ride in Dushore. That’s always a fun thing to attend. There will be more information on these as they get closer.
This is the last Sully of 2022. Thanks to John, Chris and the Sully staff for the good work they do in putting out this little County paper and letting us reporters put our thoughts on paper. I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year. Enjoy and remember the “reason for the season”. See you in 2023.