Montgomery Locals July 13, 2106
The Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company held a Cruise-In last Thursday that proved to be a nice way to spend a summer evening. Car enthusiasts brought in their restored classic vehicles and allowed others to see their rolling works of art close up. The event was free for everyone, spectators and antique car owners alike.
Personally, I’m not a “car person” but I genuinely enjoyed the event. It’s hard to imagine that anyone couldn’t appreciate vintage vehicles meticulously restored to their former splendor. If you missed it, be sure to attend the future Cruise-Ins. They are scheduled for the first Thursday of the month until October.
THOT “Just because you’re in the driver’s seat doesn’t mean you have to run people over.” -Randy Pausch
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Every time you check out books at the Montgomery Area Public Library, you receive a ticket for a monthly drawing to win a $10 gift certificate for either the Station House or Thad’s.
The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company is currently recruiting new members. If you are interested, please contact the station at (570) 547-1380 or stop by in person.
Today Weds. July 13, children are invited to attend the Summer Reading Program at the Montgomery Area Public Library on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. to make wind chimes. Other craft projects will follow on July 20 and 27.
Fri. July 15 musician Tom Sieling will be at the Montgomery Area Public Library at 5 p.m. as part of the Summer Reading program. His act is geared for elementary school children.
Thurs. July 21 Art and Music in the Park will be held once again. The event is sponsored by PPL and the Montgomery Lions Club. At 5 p.m. children will make crafts, and open jam will be from 6-9:30 p.m. Musical equipment will be provided.
Thurs. July 28 will be the last day for The Summer Alive program. Meeting times are 9-12:30 on Mondays through Thursdays. Parents need to fill out permission slips for children. Breakfast and lunch are served free of charge.