Had a pretty nice week, weather-wise. Some hot, humid and sunny days, which felt good. Had one day of rain, but not too much. Thunderstorms were predicted, but they seemed to pass us by. I guess next week is to be warm, with rain off and on.
Sympathy from the community to the family, relatives and friends of Joe Tabor who passed away on Monday, the 7th. A gentle man, liked by all; he will be missed.
Civic meeting on Wednesday, the 16th, 6 p.m., at the Pavilion.
TJ, Alison, Jase and Wesson came in from New Jersey to spend time at their home here and visit his Mom, Mary, Maple Terrace, while his Dad, Ted, is fishing in Alaska with friends. Nice weekend to be here.
Sunday was a nice day. We enjoyed our Che-Hanna Rock & Mineral Club picnic at Saterlee Creek Environmental Center in Litchfield. Good food, good friends and fun. We met our newest rockhound….a beautiful chocolate Lab named Rosie.
Joe and Diane Fanning, along with Molly, Landenberg, are spending some time at their home on Church Street. Weather looks good for them to relax and also to get some yard work done.
More cabin and summer people are coming to town to spend time. The pandemic is no where near over, but getting there. You still have to take precautions and follow CDC guidelines.
Happy Birthday wishes to Jack Caccia, 22nd; and Cindy Stavisky, 23rd. Have a good day.
Flower beds and baskets are really looking good and gardens are starting to take shape. Hopefully frost won’t be around for the rest of the summer. Let’s hope the “critters” will stay away also, and everyone will have a good crop of produce.
Hope everyone is doing well and if you’re a little under the weather, I send my Get Well Wishes that you will soon feel good and be out and about.
I think that does it for now. Enjoy your week. Everyone has plans and take advantage of the nice weather. Have news, give me a call at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at email@example.com. I will put it in for you if you get it to me by 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time.
It is harder and harder to get help for anything-now-a days, and no different for the Lopez Civic Association. It takes quite a lot of folks to put on OLD HOME DAY. We do not have them any more and this year there will be no OLD HOME DAY. We use to have great ones but we use to have great workers. Like Kitty remembered a few weeks ago, now I would like you to remember her brother John McDonald. He was another hard worker that helped make OLD HOME DAY fun. He too is now in a better place. Miss you John.