The weekend didn’t turn out too bad. Had a brief shower on Saturday afternoon; then it got nice for the rest of the evening. Sunday was perfect. I could hear the neighbor girls in the pool, so they were enjoying the weather too. The turkeys are still in the cemetery and field, but haven’t seen the bear for a while now, which is good. There are a couple woodchucks running around and the humming birds are busy at the feeders. I guess the gardens and flower beds seem to be doing ok; things look nice. Now, to keep the deer and woodchucks away would be good.
Irene Pequignot, Linden, spent last weekend with her mother, Mrs. Irene Huray.
NOTE: Change of day for the Civic meeting. It will be on WEDNESDAY, the 19th, 6 p.m. at the Pavilion. Old Home Day plans in the works, so hope you can make it.
There were many of the Borick clan in over the Fourth Holiday at “Tent City”.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale. To order call 570-928-1099.
Speaking of St. Vladimir’s Church, their 110th anniversary will be on Saturday, the 15th. It’s to be quite a celebration and hope you can take time to be part of it.
Evalyn Lansberry, daughter, Kathy and Randy Lebo, all from Lebanon, spent a few enjoyable days at their home on Main Street.
Happy Birthday wishes to Molly Johnson and David Black, 14th; Matthew Santarelli and Barbara Craig, 17th; and Adam Aharonian, 18th. Hope you all have a nice day.
Happy Anniversary to David and Lavonne Black and Matt and Sherill Dayton as both couples celebrate on the 14th. Have a good day.
I know there will be events coming up now with the nice, summer weather, so keep an eye on the Sully as to when and where. Might be something you’d be interested in.
Jeffrey Mensch, daughter, Hailey; Cory McDonald, sisters, Kaeleigh and Kyleigh, enjoyed the turtle races held in New Albany on Sunday.
Adel Bradshaw, West Chester, spent a few days at her home on Church Street.
HINT: “Another way to get rid of ants. Mix together one-third cup molasses, six tablespoons of sugar and six tablespoons of active dry yeast into a smooth paste. Use the mixture to coat strips of cardboard. You can leave the mixture on a saucer outside an anthill and they’ll eat it and die.”
From Mr. Neubauer’s little brown book: July 9, 1981 – Warm and 55 degrees. That day for us in 2017 was hot, sunny and 80+ degrees. (I type my news on Sunday evening so that’s why I use that date.)
Next 4-H Rocketry meeting will be on Monday, the 17th, 2:30 p.m. at the Extension Office in Dushore.
I think that’s it for now. Enjoy your week, whatever your plans. I did hear we may have a few “isolated” showers, so don’t know if that’s us or not. 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.