What brisk, cold, snowy, rainy days during the week we had. Mother Nature is telling us winter is still here. Cold in the early morning and then warms up during the day, but the wind just does not quit. Hopefully, we’ll have some better weather on the way.
FLASH: Don’t forget to TURN your clocks AHEAD on Sunday morning. It’s SPRING AHEAD this time and hopefully Spring won’t be far behind.
The geese are still coming North, so that may be a good sign. We can only hope.
Congratulations to Tyler McGuire for making the Dean’s List for the Fall Semester at Rochester Institute of Technology. He is enrolled in the software engineering program.
I saw this hint when reading some information the other day: Store lemons in a jar of water in the fridge and they are to last up to three months, so they say. I don’t buy lemons, so try it and see what happens.
There’s still a “bug” going around with some being sick for a few days and some just over night. Can’t seem to get away from it. Hope everyone is feeling much better if they’ve had this nasty thing.
Third Wednesday in April, the 19th, Civic meeting, 6 p.m. at the Township Building. Mark your calendar for that date.
53rd Annual Che-Hanna mineral club show, 25 and 26 March at the Wysox Volunteer Fire Social Hall. 9-5 on Saturday and 10-4 on Sunday. Mini mine; educational displays, cabochon making, geode cutting, vendors with all kinds of mineral related goods; UVBOB fluorescent mineral programs; food sold on premises. Something for everyone. Hope to see you there. Mark your calendar now.
Thank you to Ken and Sara Smith for their generous donation toward up-keep of Cold Spring. It is appreciated. If you’d like to donate, you can send a letter, with our donation, to Civic Association, P.O. Box 100, Lopez, PA 18628. Thank you in advance.
Happy Birthday to Linda Baton, 8th; Janelle Day, 9th; Ruby Malkemes and Tally (McGee) Tierney, 10th; Julian Bonner, 11th; Theresa Pochatko and Bob McGuire, Sr., 13th; Elizabeth Weisbrod, 14th; and Kathy Isett, 15th. Hope you all have a great day.
I’m sure when this weather gets nicer and it’s not snowy, rainy, icy or muddy, folks will be thinking of gardening and flowers for the summer. Hopefully, we will get some good weather for that this year.
Keep and eye on the Sully for things that may be going on around the County that you may be interested in attending or even taking part in.
Guess that’s it for now. Enjoy your week, whatever your plans. Have news, call me, by 6 p.m. on Sunday, 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. Comments always welcome.