Muncy locals Oct. 12, 2016
It is Fire Prevention Week and fire safety officials say not to wait, and to take the time out now to replace those fire alarms. They recommend to replace them every ten years.
PPL was on hand last week to teach our first responders on the dangers of downed and underground active wires. We had a lot of trees come down from the vicious winds in Muncy last month and several of those trees were near live wires. Be sure to check your home for any dangerous wires that might be too close. A bad electrical storm could set a fire.
The heat is on, and I mean that literally. Muncy residents Crystal Millard, Selinda Kennedy and Melissa Schell have organized a protest group “Stop the Muncy Waste Incinerator” which has grown to over 1500 members. Their mission is to stop the possibility of Delta Thermal Energy from coming to Muncy to build a waste-to-energy plant. More information will be revealed in the Luminary as meetings are set and the borough makes some decisions on the outcome.
Sunday was a very patriotic day as two bridge signs were unveiled at the Muncy Baptist Church to honor two lost veterans whose roots were established here in Muncy. Look for those signs soon with the name of William Merrill over Glade Run on the Rt. 405 and 442 intersection, and the name of Pvt. Walter L. Smith on the bridge over Muncy Creek in Muncy Creek Township on Rt. 2014. Rep. Garth Everett was there to dedicate and unveil the signs.
Sat. Oct. 15 The Charity Quilt workshop is scheduled at the United Methodist Church in Pennsdale from 9 to 3. Please send an email directly to Teri Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to join the group and work for a few hours that day.
Weds. Oct. 19 linen sale from 8 to 4 in the activities room at the Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Muncy Valley Hospital, 215 East Water Street. Proceeds benefit the hospital.
Thurs. Oct. 20 raise funds for Meagan’s Box Foundation by eating at Hoss’s restaurant for lunch or dinner and 25% of all proceeds will go to helping local children for Christmas. Last year Meagan Murray and her team delivered 1,637 gifts to local shelters and non-proft organizations.
Fri. Oct. 21 Halloween Dance for Singles-Doors open at 7 p.m. Dancing by DJ from 8-11 p.m. Admission fee includes snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. Come in costume for a chance to win prizes. Held at the Warrior Run Social Hall in Allenwood. Directions: take 15 S and at the light in Allenwood-go 1000 ft and turn left again on Second St, then go forward another 1000 feet to the Social Hall.
Sat. Oct. 22 Muncy Library Friends of the Library public book fundraiser from 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sat. Oct. 22 Muncy Monster Dash, Myers Elementary School.
Sun. Oct. 23 Jay Smar in concert at Montour Preserve near Turbotville. Armed with two guitars, claw-hammer banjo, a fiddle and baritone vocals, enjoy an “acoustic buffet” of traditional American and original folk, old-time mountain music, bluegrass and gospel tunes from 2-2:30 p.m.