Hope you all enjoyed your weekend with Halloween activities that went on during that time. We did have some really nice weather with days in the 70’s. Saturday was a perfect day, with no rain, for Halloween doings. Sunday, not so nice. Rained most of the day and was quite cool, but Halloween parties were still enjoyed by all. I hear rain and maybe white stuff for most of the week, but we’ll see what happens. Changes daily.
Don’t forget Saturday to turn your clocks back ONE HOUR before you go to bed. Don’t really like the time change, but can’t do anything about it. We have to put up with it, like we do with the weather that Mother Nature sends our way.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale the first and third Sunday of the month. To order, call 732-221-2803. They can be picked up at the Church Hall from Noon to 1 p.m.
Don’t forget, Election Day is Tuesday, the 7th. Get out and vote and make it count. It’s your right and privilege.
Saw some really cool carved pumpkins on one of my walks. Everyone does a great job with Halloween decorating. One place on Main Street had an awesome display again this year. Next, we’ll be looking for Thanksgiving decorations. They always look nice too.
Next Civic meeting will be on Wednesday, Nov. 15th, 6 p.m. at the Township Building. Don’t forget 2024 Civic membership dues are due before December 31st. See Heather McDonald to renew or become a member of the Civic Association.
I guess it’s some sort of hunting season now, so Good Luck hunters and hope you get whatever you go after.
Keep an eye on the Sully and Face Book to see what’s going on around the County. Still time to have activities for you to attend or even take part in.
Happy Birthday to Tim Bullis, November 5th; Teri Bullis, 7th; and Grayson Burke, 8th. Hope you all have a nice day.
That’s about it. Enjoy your week, whatever it is you may be doing. Might need the rain boots, but hopefully no snow boots or shovels yet. We got spoiled with the nice weather and are just not ready for that other stuff.
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