The Montgomery Area Historical Society is looking for recipes…LOTS of RECIPES! “We invite you to add yours to the collection of recipes which will be published early next spring in our fundraiser cookbook (tentatively) titled: “A Taste of History,” You DO NOT have to be from Montgomery or live in Montgomery to submit recipes. All submissions are welcome! To submit your recipes by mail, download a Recipe Submission Sheet in PDF form at www.morriscookbooks.com/dc/tns10/RecipeCollection.pdf
and mail to: MontgomeryArea Historical Society, Cookbook Recipes, P.O. Box 242, Montgomery, PA 17752.
Tuesday, October 4, 12 noon, the Montgomery Area Senior Citizens will meet at St. John Lutheran (Brick) Church. The meeting will begin with a catered dinner. Reservations need to be made by Friday September 30th. Phone Charles Duchman at 547-1160. Visitors are welcome for the cost of the meal. The program will be provided by Sharon Miller who will speak on succulent plants and how to make a living wreath. Health checks will be available prior to the dinner.
Sunday, October 9, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Chinese Auction and Chicken Bar-B-Q will be held at A-1 Wheels and Deals on Route 15, Montgomery. Proceeds will help renovate the Oak Grove Community Center. Donations of new, and gently used items, gift certificates, baskets, etc. are needed. Please call 547-6462 or 916-2002.
Sunday, October 23, 1 p.m., the Montgomery Area Historical Society will host the McNett Country Band, who will feature a historical overview of the Radio Corral and the McNetts through music and personal stories. This is a free event that will be held at the Clinton Township Fire Hall; donations will be accepted; refreshments will be available.
Friday, November 18, the Montgomery Area Public Library will celebrate its 125th anniversary with a banquet held at the Genetti Hotel. The guest speaker will be Professor Dennis P. McIlnay, author of The Horseshoe Curve: Sabotage and Subversion in the Railroad City. An auction will also be held during the event, featuring books autographed by such authors as Janet Evanovich, Robin Cook, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Contact the Montgomery Library at 547-6212 for more information.