Weather for the week wasn’t too bad. Had a couple of days in the teens in the early morning. Other days were in the 20’s and 30’s each morning. Some days it did warm up; others it didn’t. We had rain late Tuesday afternoon; Thursday we had some snow. We still had that whistling wind each day. There were quite a few turkeys in the field across the street, I guess just checking things out. Saturday we had a snow shower that covered the roads with snow. The roads got plowed, but the wind blew so hard it blew the snow back across the road on the hill above us. Sunday was sunny and not quite so cold, but that darn wind still blew. Now, I hear it’s to hit the 40’s during the week, but rain almost every day. We’ll see what happens. It’s pretty muddy and the ground is so soft. Lots of ruts on the dirt roads where vehicles have traveled. With more rain, it will get quite messy. The month of March started out pretty nice, so does that mean March is coming in like a lamb and will go out like a lion? Hope it will go out like a lamb too.
FLASH!!!! Remember to turn your clocks AHEAD on Saturday evening or Sunday morning. Wish they would leave it one way or the other and not have to do this in March and November.
Sympathy from the community to the family and friends of Ralph Edkin who passed away on February 23rd.
Sympathy from the community also to the family, relatives and friends of Joe Sbardella who passed away on February 24th. His wife, Rose (McDonald) was a former Lopezian and they had a home in Mildred. After moving back to Warren, RI, they came to Sullivan County often during the summer, always coming and helping at Lopez Old Home Day. He was a very friendly, nice fellow. He will be missed.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies and halupki for sale every second and fourth Sunday of the month. They will be available at the Church Hall, from Noon to 1 p.m. Stop by to get your supply; they don’t last long. They make a really good meal.
Ted and Fay Puzo, Ashtabula, OH, spent party of their winter vacation with Alex and Ginny Stavisky in Palm Bay, FL. Alex said, “Happy to say the weather was excellent and both took some sun back home to Ohio”.
Civic meeting will be on Tuesday, the 17th, 6 p.m. at the Township Building.
Irene Pequignot, Linden, spent the weekend at her home here. Was a nice day for travel.
Sorry to hear, due to the warmer weather, that there will be no toboggan slide in Eagles Mere. That was a major fund raiser for the Fire Company. Been having bad luck the last few years with the weather to warm to build the slide.
Fifty-first annual Che-Hanna Rock and Mineral show will be held on Saturday and Sunday, March 28th and 29th at the Wysox Fire Company Social Hall. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Educational displays, dealers with all kinds of gems and minerals, mini-mine for the kids, cabachon making by you to take home, geode cutting, UV programs by UVBOB, door prizes and food available. Something for everyone so stop over and take a look.
I had a phone chat with Diane Fanning on Sunday and she said maybe an early spring. Down in Landenberg they have crocuses and daffodils coming up and they have had many robins when it’s been warm. Don’t know where they go when it’s cold, but she said they don’t seen them. It’s really early here for robins yet. Hopefully soon, along with the humming birds.
Have some birthday wishes to send out. Happy Birthday to Anthony Sneidar, March 1st; Keene Vinetelli, 5th; Bethany Dendler, 6th; Janelle Day, 9th; Ruby Malkemes and Tally (McGee) Tierney, 10th; Dan Zhou Tomasak and Julian Bonner, 11th; and Bob McGuire and Theresa Pochatko, 13th; Elizabeth Weisbrod, 14th. Hope you all have a great day.
Happy Anniversary to Joe and Tina Taber as they celebrate on the 14th. Have a nice day.
Congratulations to Tony Sneidar on his retirement from the Philadelphia Fire Department. He can now enjoy his time here at his home in Dushore.
Keep an eye on the Sully for events going on that you may be interested in.
Guess that’s the news. Enjoy your week. It’s to be warm, but take the umbrella with you; it may be needed. Don’t forget to turn your clocks AHEAD on Saturday or Sunday early. 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.