March 21, 2018
Another week of up and down weather. Snow, wind, nice, snow, sun, etc.,etc. Saturday was quite windy even with the sun, but it didn’t deter the kids at the egg hunt at the American Legion in Mildred. All had a good time. Sunday was another cold, windy day, but at least no snow. Tuesday was to be FIRST DAY OF SPRING!!! Did we get it or did we get snow and cold. I’ll let you know next week. Last I heard, the weather is to be pretty nice and not get that coastal storm first predicted. Maybe Mother Nature is finally on her meds and will bring us some nice weather for a change and it’ll stay with us.
Kaeleigh and Kyleigh McDonald spent Saturday with Jeffrey, Kristin and Hailey Mensch and enjoyed the egg hunt at the Forksville Fair Grounds. Hailey won in her age group. All had a good time.
Happy Birthday to Aaron Kinsey, 21st; Irene (Kravitz) Risser, 28th; and Heather McDonald and Trevor Kinsey, 30th. Hope you all have a nice day.
The 49th annual Che-Hanna Rock and Mineral Show is this weekend, Saturday, the 24th and Sunday, the 25th, held at the Wysox Volunteer Fire Hall. Hours are 9-5 on Saturday and 10-4 on Sunday. Many things of interest for everyone. There are educational exhibits. There is a mini-mine and a scavenger hunt for the kids; geode cutting; cabochon making; dealers with all kinds of items for sale. UVBOB will be doing his fluorescent mineral programs both days. Hope we see you there. Food available by the Wysox Fire Co. members.
HINT: Here are some uses for Bounce, other than in the dryer. “Use them when playing soccer and baseball. Use them when working outside; keeps the bugs away. Bounce will also chase ants away when you lay a sheet near them and it repels mice.”
I don’t know if there are things going on, so check the Sully to find out that information. Might be something you’d be interested in going to or taking part in.
Guess that’s the news for this time. Enjoy your week; if they’re right, you should be able to get out in the sunshine and warmth. Have news, call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at email@example.com. I’ll get it in for you. Thanks for reading and I’ll be here next time. Keep the hints coming.