June 2, 2021
What a miserable Memorial Day weekend. Rain, rain and more rain. Cold and windy and not fun. There were still a lot of folks in for the weekend, despite the rain. Last I heard, Tuesday is to be the nice day, with more rain the rest of the week. Sure hope that’s wrong and Mother Nature gives us a break. Forty-one degrees is a bit low for this time of year.
I hope many of you were able to attend and/or take part in the Memorial Day activities around the County to honor our fallen heroes who died to keep us free.
Adel Bradshaw, West Chester, spent a few days at her home here over the Holiday. Weather sure wasn’t in her favor this time.
I saw a lot of campers at Tent City for the weekend. Lots of activity down there while they were here and had an enjoyable time no matter the weather.
Mark and Lisa Fenster, Mark, Jr., Tatania and Sophia Fenster, spent a few days at their home on Church Street.
TJ, Allison, and Jase Lowden, along with Wesson, Marlton, NJ, spent the weekend at their home here and visited his parents, Ted and Mary, Maple Terrace.
Charles and Valerie York came in to spend a few days at St. Nicholas House and to celebrate their anniversary. They were here during the winter and liked it so much, decided to come back. Was more like winter weather again for them.
Gerry and Paula Weslowski, Allentown, spent the weekend with Nina Weslowski and Brian McGuire.
4-H Model Rocketry will be starting on Wednesday, June 9th, 3 p.m. at the Extension Office in Dushore. New members welcome. For more information, contact leader, Bob McGuire.
Next Civic meeting will be on Wednesday, June 16th, 6 p.m. at the Pavilion if the weather cooperates.
Mama bear and one or two cubs are running around different areas of town. I’ve seen video on Face Book from different ones who have seen them in their yards.
This crazy weather makes it hard to get any gardens ready for planting and what hanging baskets are out need to be brought in nightly. Need some warm sunshine to help things along. The ground is soft and mushy from all the wetness.
Happy Birthday to Lydia Stasiak, June 5th; Lynn Malkemes, 8th; and Matt Dayton, 10th. Hope you all have a nice day.
I think that’s it from my rainy, cold back yard. Enjoy your week. It has to get better, I hope. Have news, let me know by 6 p.m. on Sunday evening by calling me 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’ll be here next time.