Montgomery Locals July 27, 2106
This past weekend the mercury was hovering between 99 and 100 degrees in the shade, not to mention the stifling humidity. I knew it was really bad when the evening rolled around one night this past week and I thought to myself, “It’s starting to cool off nicely,” only to look at the thermometer and see that it dropped to 91 degrees. Thank God for air conditioning!
Ironically I haven’t the heard any of the ice cream trucks in the past several days. I feel bad for all the little kids who would happily welcome a frozen treat on some of the hottest days of the year. But it seems like everyone is staying indoors right now, little kids, adults, and ice cream truck drivers. Hopefully this heat breaks up soon and we can enjoy some cooler weather! I love summer, but days that torturously hot make me wish for fall.
The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company is in the process of recruiting volunteers. If you are interested in joining please apply at the station in person or call (570) 547-1380 for more information.
THOT “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Weds. July 27 is the last meeting of the Summer Reading Program at the Montgomery Area Public Library. The children will have the opportunity to make a craft.
Thurs. July 28 is the last day for the Summer Alive program.
July 29 & 30 Elimsport Community will be hosting over 60 yard sales. Maps will be available.
Thurs. Aug. 4 a free Cruise-In is scheduled at Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company from 5:30 to 9 p.m.
Children have until Friday, August 5th to hand in their Summer Reading logs at the Montgomery Area Public Library. Small prizes will be given for each log returned, and larger prizes will be awarded to the children who have read the most books.
Sat. Aug. 6, St. John’s Lutheran Church (aka the Brick Church) will host its annual Blueberry Festival from 3 to 7 p.m. The event will feature lots of good food including barbeque, pulled pork sandwiches, blueberry pie, blueberry muffins, and homemade ice cream. Other activities include games, a book sale, face painting, and a basket raffle. The church is air-conditioned and handicap accessible so it should be fun for everyone.
August 8-13, the carnival will be held at the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company. Contact them if you are willing to volunteer for the dunk tank or to help clean up the carnival grounds. The Fire Company is providing a free dinner and two drink coupons for every volunteer.