November 28, 2018
Hope you all have an enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday with loved ones. We had some pretty cold temperatures during the week. Was only 17 degrees on Wednesday; 6 degrees on Thursday and 0 degrees on Friday. Saturday we had pouring down nasty rain. Sunday was foggy and cloudy but sneaked up to 48 degrees. The week isn’t to be too bad. Last I heard, it’s rain most of the time with a cold front coming through on Thursday. The hunters will be out to bag their buck. Good luck to all. With all the rain and no snow, it will be a little harder to track the deer, but I’m sure there will be lots of lucky hunters.
Mrs. Irene Huray spent some time over Thanksgiving with her daughter, Irene Pequignot and family in Linden.
Joe and Diane Fanning, along with Molly, spent a few days over the holiday at their home on Church Street.
Bob and JoAnn McGuire, along with Bob Jr. and Tyler, Hunlock Creek, had Thanksgiving on Saturday with Brian McGuire and Nina Weslowski on Main Street. Lots of good food, fun and visiting. Jr. and Tyler were back on Sunday to help Brian with a project he was working on.
Tent City is occupied by some of the Borick clan that are here to try their luck getting a deer. Hope they have good luck.
I saw lights on at cabins around town. Many hunters will be around for the next few days for the hunting season.
Our Lopez bridge is done. Check out the Lopez website at lopezpa.com and see the progress and the finished bridge.
Civic dues for 2019 are due. Please see Heather McDonald to pay yours.
Saturday, December 1st, there will be Christmas decorating at the Pavilion and monument, at 10 a.m. Any volunteers who would like to help, please come. Many hands make light work and we’ll be done in a flash.
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale. To order, please call 570-928-1099.
I think that’s it for now. Enjoy your week; should be half decent. Have news call me at 928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at email@example.com. I’ll get it in for you. I’ll be here next time and thanks for reading.