October 31, 2018
Guess our winter is on the way. Mother Nature can’t make up her
mind. Thursday was cold and windy. We had rain and more rain all day
Saturday, along with cold and wind. Only got up to 38 degrees.
Sunday was a little better with sun for a while. Then, the clouds
took over and it got windy and light rain in the afternoon. Did get
up to 45 degrees. From the report this Sunday evening, I hear the
week is to be a little better, but more rain, but temperatures in the
50’s, if you can believe that. Would be nice to have more warm
weather before winter really does set in, but we have no control over
FLASH!!! Don’t forget, Sunday, November 4th, turn your clocks
BEHIND ONE HOUR.
Mark you calendar for Sunday the 25th of November, Noon to 5 p.m. when
they will have their ethnic foods dinner. Eat in or take out. More
info, call the above number.
St. Vladimir’s Church haspierogies for sale. To order, call
Also, don’t forget on November 10, 11, 16 and 17 the New Albany
Volunteer Fire Company will have their play. Matinee on Sunday at 2
p.m. on the 11th. Otherwise, they start at 7 p.m. It’s called “A
Fractured Sequel”. Hope you can go and support the local Fire
Wasn’t out and about a lot this week…..too darn cold, windy,
and rainy. Geez! What will I do when winter comes? Hibernate, I
I’m sure there are other things going on around the County, so
keep an eye on the Sully for those.
Spending the weekend with Brian McGuire and Nina Weslowski were
Victoria and Brock from Quakertown. They had a good time at the
Mildred Halloween party. Brock won funniest and Brian won scariest.
They also liked chillin’ while they were here.
In appreciation for theirdiligence and hard work in getting the
bridge done on Main Street, theLopez Civic Association treated the
workers to coffee and donuts on Thursday, at the Pavilion. They
worked in a lot of bad weather. They had delays and they worked when
the creek was high from the flooding. The work should be done soon
and looks really good. To see photos of the progress, go to
www.lopezpa.com. Good job, guys.
With the colder weather hereor on the way, the Lopez Civic
Association does have a few hoodies and regular sweat shirts for sale.
If interested, contact me at the information below and I’ll see if I
have what you may need. They also make nice Christmas gifts.
Happy Birthday wishes to Tim Bullis, November 5th; Devon DeSanto
and Tai Iwancio, 6th; Terry Bullis, 7th; Grayson Burke (3), 8th. Hope
you all have a nice day.
The frost sure has been on the pumpkins and the flowers have all
died. Leaves are gone and no color at all this year. Just wasn’t
nice looking, I guess because of so much rain. Next year, maybe.
HINT: “After you remove the flower ends of broccoli, slice the
stems thinly and toss them into a green salad or add them to stir-fry
veggies for extra crunch and food value. You can also peel the stalks
and cube them for stir-fry dishes.”
“A clean cottage cheese container can be recycled for storing chopped onions.”
I guess that’s it for now. Enjoy your week, whether nice or not.
Just get out and get some fresh air. Just take an umbrella in case
you might need it. Have news call me at 570-928-9238; mail me; see
me; or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll get it in for you. Thanks
for reading and I’ll be here next time.
The bridge is coming along and the fantastic five were invited to a coffee and donut party by the Lopez Civic Association to show their appreciation.
The five were Max, Fuzzy, Justin, Jared, and Dawson. Thanks guys.