Montgomery locals Jan. 27, 2016
I am probably one of the few people who was disappointed by the lack of snow from the predicted snowstorm over the weekend. I love having a day or two each winter where you can truly stay home and not feel guilty about relaxing. My family and I still celebrated the “dusting of snow” with a fire and cozy meal.
Congratulations to Montgomery seniors, Tiffany Manthey and Josh Glover, who will be featured as WVIA Artists of the Week in an upcoming broadcast. Manthey was highlighted in the visual arts category and Glover performed a monologue in the theater category.
Please consider following @MASDnews on Twitter or via our YouTube channel, The Raider Tube. Both of these digital mediums are created and maintained by the high school Broadcasting class. The intention is to help share Montgomery news and events with our community if they are unable to attend an event.
Montgomery Little League will be holding registrations Sun. Jan. 31 at the Brady Township building from 5-8 p.m. If you have questions, contact Holly Brown at 570-337-8716. Please have proper forms and ID.
If you love horses, SunnyBrook Meadows is looking for volunteers for their horse therapeutic riding season. A training program will begin on Fri. Feb. 6 at 1 p.m. for this non-profit organization in Montgomery. Volunteers can commit to a minimum of 2 hours a week for a 10 or 15 week time period. To reserve a spot, call 570-547-1565.
The next Revitalize Montgomery meeting will be Weds. Feb. 10 at 10:00 a.m. at the Montgomery borough office. The topic of the meeting will be a potential walking trail in town. A core planning group for the project will be discussed as well as potential help from other organizations and individual community members.
A Chicken and biscuit dinner will be held Tues. Feb. 9 at St. John Lutheran “Brick” Church on Rt. 405 from 4 to 6:30 p.m.