Montgomery Locals Mar. 22, 2017
The Montgomery School District threw open the doors last Thursday and treated the public to an Evening of the Arts. The elementary halls and the high school library were filled with colorful drawings, paintings, collages, and pottery projects. The school was bustling as young artists proudly showed their work to their families. The evening also allowed children to participate in some collaborative art projects.
Virtuoso, the high school theatre ensemble, used the evening to promote their upcoming show “Little Shop of Horrors.” Dressed in bright costumes with 1950s flair, the students previewed some of the song and dance numbers. Ranging from catchy doo-wop to longing ballads, the show is sure to be a good one. “Little Shop of Horrors” will be performed April 28-30 in the high school auditorium.
In an economic climate where many schools are cutting the arts, I think it’s a point of pride for our town that the Montgomery Area School District has a thriving arts program. It’s wonderful that our young people are given a variety of opportunities to grow and excel.
THOT “You’ve got to recognize, there will never be another you. It has nothing to do with ego; it happens to be the truth. There will never be another person the same. There’ll never be another you. There’ll never be another me . . . And there’ll never be another show like this!” Mickey Rooney
The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company is need of volunteers. There are many opportunities to get involved and the Fire Company will pay for any necessary training. They are currently looking for Junior Firefighters (ages 14-17), volunteer firefighters (18 and up), EMTs, rescue personnel, drivers, Ladies Auxiliary members, and social members (who help with fundraising). If you are interested in one of these opportunities or you would like more information, please call the Fire Company at 547-1380.
If you are interesting in becoming a Clinton Township Supervisor, please call the Township Office at 570- 547-1466.
The Montgomery Lions Club is recruiting new members. If you would like information about joining, please call Roger McRae at 570-971-2825.
Thurs. Mar. 30 Order forms and payment for Hometown Hero Banners are due to receive a 15 percent discount. Once the deadline passes, banners will be available at the full price of $210. Order forms can be picked up at Montgomery Weis Market, Montgomery Borough, Clinton Township, and Brady Township Offices.
Sat. Apr. 8 The Summer Alive Program will be painting the park pavilion and are requesting volunteers to help from 9-5. Lunch will be provided.
Sat. Apr. 8 The Montgomery Area Historical Society will have the Adam Room open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Montgomery has a fascinating history and this is wonderful place to learn about it.