What a week, weather-wise, it was. Had a little bit of everything. Couldn’t believe how cold and windy it was and then the ground cover of snow on Friday. We did get up to 74 degrees on Tuesday early in the evening. The wind just does not want to stay away for any period of time. Let’s hope for nicer weather soon.
Sympathy to the family and friends of Ron Garey, Lesterville, who passed away on April 26th, with his loving family by his side. Such a pleasant man. He will be missed.
B’s gang sends sympathy to the Stasiak family on the passing of Roda’s Dad, Ron Garey, Lesterville.
Clean your attics, basements and garages. The Civic Association will have a flea market on Saturday, June 5th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Pavilion. For table space, contact me at the information below.
Joe and Diane Fanning, along with Molly, Landenberg, spent a few days at their home here and got lots of yard work done. They were surprised to see the snow. They’ve been watching the birds at the feeder and also a turkey with many little ones. No bear just yet.
I guess the humming birds are back. Bob McGuire, Jr. put his feeder out on Sunday and had hummers in no time. So, we put ours out and had a hummer right away. Told Heather and she put hers out, but didn’t hear if she had any yet. I read on Face Book that the male comes back first to check things out and then the female comes later. They are interesting little things to watch.
I see there was activity down at Tent City over the weekend, so they are slowly coming back and enjoying their time here. Always lots of mowing to do.
Just remember, the virus is still with us. Wear your mask, practice the six foot rule and wash your hands. If you don’t feel well, stay home. Hopefully, most of you are well and not bothered with the crazy flu or Covid. It can go away any time and not come back. I did hear May is a bad month for ticks, so check yourself if you’re out in the grass. Check your pets too.
Remember to support the local establishments as they cope with these trying times.
Congratulations to Sally Houseknect and Dave Bender who were just married. Good luck and lots of happy days ahead!
Happy Birthday to Paige and Kyler Burke, May 1st; JoAnn Day, 2nd; Ken Pochatko, 6th; Ted Lowden, 7th; Elizabeth Spinosa, 10th; and Xander Kapler and Kessler Gilbert, 12th. Hope you all have a super nice day.
It’s lawn mowing time so I see lots of folks out doing mowing and all kinds of yard work. Getting the flower beds and hanging baskets ready. Hopefully, the frost doesn’t kill everything. Time to till the garden soon and get that ready for planting.
I think that’s it. Enjoy your week. It has to get nice soon, I hope. Might get a little rain, but no snow on the horizon. Have news, call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will put it in. Remember, by 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Thanks for reading and I’ll catch ya next time.
We lost many really great people and are having trouble getting people to work and continue holding OLD HOME DAY.