September 6, 2017
Hope you all enjoyed your Labor Day holiday, despite some nasty weather for a little while on Saturday and Sunday. It was cold and windy on Saturday, with rain late in the afternoon. There was rain a couple of times on Sunday when it poured, but wasn’t so cold. Saturday low here was 37 degrees and Sunday was 33 degrees. I guess everyone enjoyed the last summer “hurrah” and kids are back in school, after a short break.
Irene Pequignot and Sophie Bednar spent the weekend with Mrs. Irene Huray.
TJ and Alison Lowden, along with Wesson,Marlton, NJ, spent the long weekend at their home on Church Street.
Remember, Civic picnic/meeting coming up on Tuesday, September 19th, 6 p.m. at the Pavilion. Bring a dish to pass and table service. Hot dogs and beverages will be provided. This is a community picnic and also for all those who helped to make our Old Home Days a great time for all. Hope to see you there.
Bob McGuire, a.k.a. UVBOB, presented a fluorescent mineral program on Sunday evening for the campers at World’s End State Park. Was a nice crowd and all enjoyed watching the “ugly” rocks turn color. Thanks to Jane Swift for inviting us.
Happy Birthday wishes to JoAnn McDonald and Carmela Walosin, both on the 19th. Hope you have a nice day.
Happy Anniversary to Scott and Susan (Pirritano) Aharonian, 14th; and Ed and Kay Walton, 16th. Have a great day and many more.
HINT: One way to get rid of ants. “Fold a contact paper in half, with the sticky side out, and make a circle around the base of the plant. The ants get stuck on the paper and problem solved.” (I guess you could use this in other areas where you might have ants.)
St. Vladimir’s Church has pierogies for sale. To order, call 570-928-1099.
The Sullivan County Fair is over for another year. Hope everyone enjoyed their time there. Sunday, with the heavy rain for a time, was a muddy mess, but I think those who entered the Demolition Derby had a great time in the mud.
Bow Hunters Festival is coming up soon. Get your bows ready and go down and try out the targets, as well as the other things that will be taking place.
In October, the Fall Foliage Festival will be another activity you might be interested in. Both of these events are held at the Forksville Fair Grounds. From what I’ve heard, they are both well attended and lots of fun. Keep an eye on the Sully for all the details.
I think that’s the news for now. Enjoy your week; it is to warm up considerable again. Won’t be long and it won’t warm up; temps will go down, so get in all the nice weather while you can. Have news, call me at 570-928-9238; 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.