Muncy Locals Oct. 25, 2017
It’s National Popcorn Poppin’ Month, a time to celebrate the most magical of all snack foods, plus this may be a better treat to give to kids this Halloween.
Congratulations to Kiley Ranae Nierzwicki who participated in the 69th annual Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage festival in Renovo held Oct. 15. Kiley represented Muncy High School vying for the honor of state queen.
Also congratulations to Snoneez Frelin who is the new executive director of Favors Forward, a non-profit in Lycoming County that aims to help those suffering from hardship such as job loss, a disability, illness, death, natural disasters, divorce and lack a support system. Shoneez taught special education at Hughesville High School for 14 years and helped those with special needs set goals and find some meaningful employment. She also graduated from Montgomery High School and has close ties with our area.
If you like to sing, Tom Ruhl, choir director at First United Methodist Church in Muncy is looking for some new members for their annual Christmas Cantata. Rehearsals will be Thursday evenings. Call 546-8030 for more information.
I am following up with the information I collected from the Full Circle Future Harvest Group that meets at the Muncy Public Library at the “Everything Garlic” session. I planted the cloves over the weekend from the largest bulb I had left over from last year. I started with some garlic given to me by John Bendick of Benton. You need to start with a farmer’s crop, not one from the grocery store, and preferably organic. I planted mine on the East side, and this past July the crop did well. I started two years ago and so far it has been successful. Not only that, it is one of nature’s best immunity builders. Some tips from local sources are provided this week for you.
Fri. Oct. 27 Toddler Tales- the Letter I and Costume Party for ages 1-3 at 10 a.m. Join Miss Monica for stories, songs, and games all designed with your active toddler in mind. Please register by calling the library at 570-546-5014. Siblings are always welcome.
Fri. Oct. 27 Radiant Light Church will have a family fun night for all ages that include free food and a lot of fun activities! Located on 9565 Rt. 442 Hwy (7 miles outside of Clarkstown towards Millville). Pre-register online by Oct. 27th to be entered in a free prize giveaway! Candy, games, pumpkin carving, free food, prizes, and much more. This is a free event!
Sat. Oct. 28 a community service day for Muncy HS FBLA and State Farm Insurance.
Sat. Oct. 28 Muncy Friends of the Library community fundraiser, 10-1, Muncy Public Library.
Mon. Oct. 30 Slime Time ages 5 and up at 6:30 p.m. Make some non-toxic slime just in time for Halloween! Please register by calling the library at 570-546-5014.
Tues. Oct. 31 Halloween party at noon at Meck Senior Center, 50 Fitness Lane, Muncy.
Tues. Oct. 31 There is a new stop on the Halloween Trick or Treat route in Muncy. Parishoners of St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 201 S. Main St. in Muncy will have decorated cars, costumes and goodies in their parking lot, beginning at 6:00 p.m. and will continue until the treats run out. This “Trunk or Treat” event is a safe and fun alternative to greet the local youngsters.
Weds. Nov. 1 Preschool story time at Muncy Public Library for ages 3-5 at 10 a.m. Join Officer Williams to read a story and learn about dog safety. To register call 546-5014. Siblings welcome.
Nov. 1 & 2 Son Light House senior box distribution days for eligible seniors. Weds. 9 to noon and Thurs. 5-7:30 p.m.
Fri. Nov. 3 Christmas crafts with Jeanne at the Meck Senior Center, Muncy Township starting at 12:30 p.m. Call 570-546-2542 for more information.
Mon. Nov. 6 Whole health and wellness presentation by licensed acupuncturist, Moses Alvarez. Also an RN he is well versed in keeping the whole body healthy and happy. Find out more at the Muncy Public Library at 6 p.m.