Montgomery Locals Feb. 3, 2016
My family and I spent much of our weekend on the road back and forth to Camp “K” in Laurelton. Our local Scout troop experienced a weekend of camping. It was beautiful weather for travelling in January.
Congratulations to seniors Kelsey Roberts and Amy Winder who represented Montgomery in the PMEA District Band festival held in Jersey Shore this past week. Both girls earned first chair and will continue on to the Region level of competition.
Montgomery athletics had a very successful week. Our Lady Raiders have officially made playoffs for the second year in a row. They also had their annual Parents Night on Friday and honored Dionna Satteson who continues to be a constant presence on the team. In wrestling news, Lucas Drick placed first, Jacob Chamberlin finished second and Brandon Daldo earned fourth in their weekend tournament.
Two of our technology students also found success at the TSA conference on Saturday. Jason Hill placed first and Jacob Thomas third in CADD 3D Engineering. Hill also placed third in Dragster Design and Thomas third in Materials Process.
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.
Sun. Feb. 7 the Oak Grove Community Center will be holding its breakfast on from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m.
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.
The Montgomery Summer Alive program has begun its planning process for the upcoming summer of 2016. The next meeting will be held Thurs. Feb. 11 at 6:00 p.m. at Tickle Music. The committee is in need of more individual and organization help. Please consider taking part in this worthwhile cause.
There will be a community board meeting in the school auditorium on Tues. Feb. 16. The purpose of the meeting is to inform parents about the upcoming “Blended Learning” teaching model to be implemented district-wide.
Weds. Feb. 15 church soup fundraiser, vegetable beef and ham & bean. Order by Feb. 12th and pick up after 2 p.m, at Clinton Baptist Church, 60 Warren St, Montgomery or call 570-547-6131.