Montgomery Locals May 6, 2015
The sound of lawn mowers was very welcoming throughout the borough and surrounding community this past week. It seems as if Mother Nature has finally decided to allow spring to arrive. It’s nice to be able to plan some outdoor activities. My own family celebrated with a canoe trip this past weekend. I encourage you to contact me with information regarding upcoming spring and summer events.
Montgomery kicked off its Little League’s 70th season this past Saturday with opening day celebrations at Clinton Field. All players were announced and senior, Sarah Bopp, performed the National Anthem. Two original players, Bob Farley and Dennis Ladd were there to throw out the first pitch. There are 21 teams this year.
Congratulations to Jorganna Showers who will be representing Montgomery at this year’s Laurel festival. Also, a special acknowledgement of junior, Amy Drick, who has been accepted to Governor’s School for Agricultural Sciences to be held on the PSU campus this summer.
Students from the Montgomery Tech Department participated in the annual Penn College Computer Fair on May 5. Students competed in the areas of Graphic Design and Digital Movie Making.
Be sure to check out the Revitalize Montgomery Facebook Page. There are tons of great photos and updates. Feel free to add comments.
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The next “Summer Alive” meeting will be held this Thursday, May 7, at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will take place at Tickle’s Music Shop and will be headed up by Pastor Viking Dietrich. “Summer Alive” is a program to benefit area children this summer. They will receive a lunch and an hour long program three days a week. Parents are encouraged to take advantage of this program and volunteers are still needed.
Montgomery will be holding it’s “Second Saturday” event for May this weekend, May 9, from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Anyone is welcome to come and set up a table for your organization. Local food vendor, “Smokin’ Bob’s BBQ” will be set up for this weekend’s event. There will also be a DJ trailer positioned across from the borough office.
The Montgomery Alumni Association will be holding a fundraiser at the Muncy Wendy’s on Tuesday, May 19 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Come out and support your Alma Mater.
A spelling bee will take place on May 21 at St. John Brick Church.