Had some cold temperatures last week. Went down 10 degrees on Friday and 8 degrees on Saturday, with snow. Most of the week early temperatures were in the 20’s. The wind was still with us. That never seems to stop. Last I heard it’s to warm up later in the week. We can only hope.
FLASH…….THE 2020 Lopez Mug will be Sulick Hall, which was on Main Street. If you are interested in RESERVING a mug, please let me know ASAP as the order will go out soon and we will only order as many as we need. Price is still $20. Contact me at the information below.
Winterfest will be coming up on February 15th at Camp Brule. Gates open at 7 a.m., snow or no snow. Vendors, plenty of food, ice fishing, ice skating, ice carvers, live auction and the famous Polar Bear Plunge. This is sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Sullivan County and it’s a major fund raiser. Support and help is needed to keep Winterfest profitable so they can continue helping everyone in Sullivan County. Mark your calendar now and plan to go to Winterfest.
St. Vladimir’s Church has halupki for sale. They will be available every second and fourth Sunday from 12 – 1 p.m. at the Church Hall. They go fast, so stop by and get yours. Pierogies are sold out, but they hope to make more soon. Watch the Sully for up-dates.
Happy Birthday wishes to send out to Irene (Huray) Pequignot, 22nd; Mike Stavisky (Alex and Ginny’s son, down in sunny FL), 24th; Owen Evans and Scott Aharonian, 27th; Jennifer Pequignot-Laird, 28th and Lisa and Jason Burke, 30th. Have a great day.
Happy Anniversary to Alex and Ginny Stavisky, 22nd; and Al and Jeannie Kapler, 23rd. Enjoy and many more.
There may be other things going on around the County you might be interested in, so keep a watch on the Sully to find out.
Hope everyone is feeling well and not bothered with colds or that terrible flu virus going around. Maybe this cold, freezing weather will kill all the flu bugs and leave us alone.
Guess that’s it for now. Enjoy your week; should be lots of warm weather and no storms, unless the weather man changes it day by day. Have news, give me a call at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I will be here next time, storm or no storm.