Hughesville Locals Mar. 9, 2016
I believe in magic! While I understand that it is physically impossible for things to transform from one type of matter to another, and that it is only hard work and long range planning that make dreams come true, I challenge you to deny the magic that will be apparent on the stage of the HHS auditorium this week! Students have been working long hours learning their roles and musical numbers, parents, teachers, and directors have been guiding the painting, building, and sewing projects, and the technology crew is ready to make sure that this year’s production will be one of Hughesville’s best.
And so, I have been seeing that magic that happens when talented young people combine their talents and sing and dance their way into your heart! Due to contract restrictions, I am not allowed to publish the title of the show, but you may see it on the large marquee sign outside HHS. (Print advertising is allowed on school district property). There are also some rehearsal photos showing up on Facebook, so you may want to check that source. This is one of those shows that has potential to be a sell out, so be sure to get there early if you haven’t reserved seats in advance!
Don’t forget that Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday! We “spring ahead,” so we will lose an hour, but I’m sure we will all enjoy the fact that sunset will be later in the evening. The warmer temperatures will help us get all that warm weather gear out of storage and ready for the next sunny day!
Thurs. Fri. Sat. March 10, 11, 12, 7 p.m. the annual musical production at Hughesville High School. Students from grades 7-12 will perform one of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Broadway delights. All seats are reserved. Tickets are available from cast members, at the door, or by calling the HHS office between 9 a.m, and 3 p.m. at 570-584-5111.
Mon. Mar. 14 Hughesville Garden Club will present a program on herbs with guest speaker and Master Gardener, Louise Fulmer. She will talk about planting herbs, ways to use them and preserving them. The meeting will be held at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 120 South Main Street, Hughesville.
Sat. Mar. 26 the Consolidated Sportsmen of Muncy Creeks will hold their 56th annual banquet at the Hughesville Fire Hall. Doors open at 5 p.m, with a buffet dinner at 6 p.m. Program will be a 56 year history of the organization. The club has raised over 325,000 trout and 15,000 ringnecks since 1961. At the banquet they will release their spring 2016 trout stocking schedule. To order tickets contact Rusty Bitler at 584-5780.
Sat. Apr. 2 open house at the East Lyoming Historical Society from noon to 3 p.m. Garman Zehner will be on hand to share his amazing photos of the Rishel fire with those who could not attend the Nov. meeting.