Wasn’t a bad weekend at all. Warm, sunny days, and from what I hear, we are to have more all week. Is this going to be our Indian summer? I don’t care as long as it’s nice.
Sympathy from the community to the family, relatives, and many, many friends of Chris Cokos who passed away on the 12th, after a lingering illness. He was such a friend to everyone; always smiling; always making people laugh with his “quirky” things he did. Was a help to everyone who came his way at any time. He certainly will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
It will be soup-er Saturday at Hails Family Farm in Lopez again this weekend. They will have fresh hot soup to go and chili along with dinner roll and cornbread every Saturday beginning at 11 a.m. at their Lopez stand. Any questions, call Joyce Hails at 570-721-1145.
Civic membership dues are now due. Please see Molly Johnson to pay all of a “buck” to renew or to join the Civic Association.
HINT: “To really make scrambled eggs or omelets rich, add a couple spoonfuls of sour cream, cream cheese, or heavy cream and then beat.”
Don’t know how the Bow Hunters Festival went over the weekend, but the weather was sure in their favor for a good time.
I know there are other things coming up in October, so keep an eye on the Sully to see if you’re interested.
Mark and Lisa Fenster and son, Mark, Jr., Philadelphia, spent a few days at their home on Church Street. An enjoyable time while they were here.
Mother Paula, Orthodox Monastery, Ellwood City, is enjoying this week at St. Nicholas House and is glad for the nice weather.
Adel Bradshaw, West Chester, is spending a few beautiful days at her home on Church Street.
As we were coming home on Saturday, three bear ran across the road in front of us in Mildred. Looked like a Mama and two cubs.
The turkeys are out in numbers. We’ve seen about twenty in the cemetery, Church yard and in most of the yards here in Lopez. The little ones are getting big already.
Don’t forget the woodchucks. They are out and about now and then, along with the moles (or whatever they are) that are making dirt hills in the yard. We do have the wild life here.
Don’t know what else, so that’s it for now. Enjoy your week; it should be super. The leaves are changing so the color is getting pretty looking. Little early, but can’t change Mother Nature. 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. I’ll be here next time and thanks for reading.