We’ve had some pretty nice days. Can’t believe it’s 60 degrees in November. Halloween night was perfect weather for the Civic party at the Pavilion. Thanks to Jodi Brumwell and her “crew” for doing a good job. Thanks to everyone who donated in any way so the kids could have a good time. The judges, Pat Arcaro, Linda Beaver and Linda Patson had a tough time with the winners, but they got it done. Winners were: Age 0-2 years: Cutest – Roseleigh and Willow Nitcznski; Funniest – CC Stasiak; Most Original – Castiel Williams. Age 3-5 years: Cutest – Jase Lowden; Funniest – Everlyn Brumwell; Scariest – Eli Ritinski; Most Original – Deacon Burke. Ages 6-10: Cutest – Emelia Williams; Funniest – Xander Kapler; Scariest – Layla Durland; Most Original – Grayson Schiele. Ages 11-13: Cutest – Kyleigh McDonald; Funniest – Carter Vermeire; Scariest – Cameron Murray; Most Original – Miles Baton. Best Family Costume was the Stasiak/ Nitcznski families. All enjoyed hot dogs, treats and drinks. Thanks to Bill Stasiak and Adam Ritinski for the hay rides around town for the kids to get treats from folks with their porch light on. Thanks to all!!
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale the first and third Sunday of the month. Order by calling 732-221-2803. They can be picked up at the Church Hall from Noon to 1 p.m.
Next Civic meeting will be on Wednesday, the 16th; 6 p.m. at the Township Building. Membership dues still being taken. See Heather McDonald to renew or to join.
Had a nice phone call from Ronnie Schoonover who now lives in Black Walnut, PA, but was very involved in Sullivan County in the early years. He had a couple bands and played many different places and still loves the County. He is 81 years old now and still does play for certain events. Read my column and ordered two Lopez decals. One for him and one he sent to his brother in California. Thanks, Ronnie.
I see there is activity at Tent City for a few days. Weather sure has been in their favor.
Happy Birthday to Brian McGuire, 11th; Mr. Ferdie Marek will be 97 years young on the 12th; Aiden Sperry, 13th. Hope you all have a good day.
Don’t forget that November 11th is Veteran’s Day. Take a moment to honor those who are not with us any more. If you see a Vet, thank him for his service.
Things are kinda winding down for the County now. Keep an eye on the Sully to see if there might still be something going on that you would be interested in. You can also check Face Book for that too.
That’s it. Enjoy your week. I hear the weather is to be pretty good with temperatures in the 60’s again. Sure will take that. Just hope we don’t get blitzed with a “big” storm after that. Have news, give me a call at 570-928-9238; mail me; see me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will put it in for you. Take care and I’ll be here next time and thanks for reading.