Muncy Locals Oct. 18, 2017
A parade took place Friday night at 5:30 to welcome Muncy’s homecoming. Lots of cameras were going off as the court paraded through the streets, and onto the football field.
Janessa Mitterling of State Farm Insurance is partnering with Muncy High School FBLA to create two community service days. They will be raking leaves, pulling weeds, picking up trash, and beautifying things around town! They are looking for some places to go that can use some of the extra help. They are calling the project “Doing Good In The Neighborhood”. Members of the FBLA will be meeting at the State Farm Office in Muncy on Water Street and then going out in teams to complete the projects. Upcoming dates are Sat. Oct. 28 and Sat. Nov. 11 from 11:30 to 1:30. If interested in having them come to your place of business, call Janessa at 546-5000.
The Muncy Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is planning a Halloween parade for the residents on Weds. Oct. 25 at 6:30. If you have little ones in costume and know someone at the center, they would enjoy a visit and possibly hand out a treat in return. Cassie Neidig is the contact person in the Activities department for more information.
I attended a great program last Monday night at the Muncy Public Library as part of the Full Circle Future Harvest Group, a learning support of likeminded individuals who want to maintain optimum health by consuming high quality sustainable foods, preferably organic and grown in our gardens. The program focused on growing garlic which now is the time to plant them for harvest in July. Last month Master Gardeners discussed “Putting Your Garden to Bed” and next month the topic will be whole health and wellness presented by Moses Alvarez, a licensed acupuncturist and RN who is “well versed in keeping the whole body healthy and happy.” I have attended two of the group’s programs so far and was amazed at the amount of information I learned. I discovered the numerous varieties of garlic, fertilizers to use, cover crops, keeping soil nutritious and so much more. I want to share some of the informaiton in the Luminary from these topics hoping you can add to the information presented, as the library is cataloging everything. I was able to come home with some garlic to plant and in November there will be a discussion about the various types of seasonal squash with a recipe exchange. The library also is acquiring resource books about organic gardening that can be rented out with preservation tips on fall and winter harvest.
Fri. Oct. 20 Saint Andrew Lutheran church in Muncy is having their fall rummage fundraiser from 8-3 and Sat. from 8-11 a.m.
Sat. Oct. 21 Book Club at the Muncy Public Library, 10 a.m. to noon to discuss the book
Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George. Also a Halloween party for all ages at 1 p.m. Enjoy pumpkin painting, games, and snacks. Wear your costume too! Call 546-5014.
Sun. Oct. 22 The Greenwood Valley Boys will be at Katy’s Church and will play from 2-4 p.m. Church service at 12:30 with Pastor McNett. Take a walk back in time. Food will be available. Call 570-764-2412.
Tues. Oct. 24 & Thurs. Oct. 26 Crazy 8s club for grades K-2 at the Muncy Public Library at 3:30 p.m. Week 8: Bouncy Dice Explosion.
Tues. Oct. 24 Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village will host a “make-and-take” holiday basket-creation class at 1 p.m. in the Village Common off Reitz Boulevard in Lewisburg. Participants will be able to craft their own holiday or winter door basket and take it home to use as a decoration or as a gift,” says Gretchen Nash of the village staff. The program will be presented by Keith Phelps of Inspired Designs. Because space is limited, people are asked to RSVP to Nash at 570-523-4285.
Weds. Oct. 25 Preschool storytime and costume party for ages 3-5 at 10 a.m. at the Muncy Public Library.
Thurs. Oct. 26 Murray Motors is hosting their first annual Trunk or Treat and a kids costume contest from 6-8 p.m. Also a contest for the best decorated trunk. Refreshments available. Call 546-9075 to participate.
Thurs. Oct. 26 History Buffs breakfast at the Brass Pelican restaurant, 9 a.m. with presenters Mattew Stackhouse and David Richards on “Ghost of the Alleghenies”.
Thurs. Oct. 26 SVQG to meet at the Pennsdale UM Church, 7 p.m. and will feature a trunk show of the Christ Collection, antique quilts covering a time period from 1920 through 1950 with a focus on feedsacks and their uses.
Fri. Oct. 27 presentation on arthritis at the Meck Senior Center in Muncy Township at 10:30 a.m. Card party will be held that evening starting at 5 p.m.
Sat. Oct. 28 Friends of the Library book fundraiser, 10-1 at Muncy Public Library.
Sat. Oct. 28 Day of service at Church of Resurrection. Help people throughout Muncy with fall clean-up. Bring rake and ress warmly from 8:30 to noon. If interested in helping out, call Monika Casale at 570-337-7758. Donuts and coffee will be available in the church parking lot.