Montgomery Locals, Jan. 23, 2019
Old man winter officially came to Montgomery this past weekend! Thankfully the snowfalls weren’t quite as bad as they might have been, but it was enough to keep most everybody within the confines of their own yards. It was initially predicted that power outages might happen, but thankfully we were spared that!
Most of the churches cancelled their Sunday services and Virtuoso Junior postponed their play. Route 54 was temporarily closed when a large tree came down and blocked both lanes. Thanks to the borough for keeping the snow plow running and our emergency responders for always being ready to assist the town when these big weather events strike.
Thankfully we have Facebook to refer to, as most people in town are quick to get on and post warnings about slippery roads and bad conditions. But don’t forget about the Montgomery Emergency Management webpage that has a snow camera, and the Montgomery Borough website that provides a list of snow removal services (and some provide their rates).
I’m hoping this will be the last storm of the year, but in reality it probably won’t be. So remember to keep flashlights and batteries handy, along with snow shovels and ice scrapers.
THOT “A good laugh is sunshine in the house.” William Makepeace Thackeray
Lots of happy birthday wishes go to Jim Harman, who will be celebrating on January 25th. Have a wonderful year, Jim!
Kaydee Miller will be marking her birthday on January 28th. Many happy returns, Kaydee!
The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company is having a Hoffman’s Take-and-Bake Pizza and Pre-cooked Wings fundraiser for Super Bowl Sunday. They are accepting orders that are given in person or through email at email@example.com. Orders will be available at the station on February 3 at 2 p.m.
If you are interested in volunteering for one or our local fire companies please contact them at their non-emergency numbers to see how you can help. Opportunities are available to serve as emergency responders or behind the scenes. Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company can be reached at 547-1380 and the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company can be reached 547-1000.
Thurs. Jan. 24 There will be a Montgomery Community Development Corporation meeting in the Adam Room at 6:30 p.m. This group is interested in revitalizing Montgomery Park and welcomes anyone to join.
Fri. Jan. 25 The girls varsity basketball team will play a 6 p.m. home game against Muncy.
Sat. Jan. 26 Virtuoso Junior will present two plays entitled “Three of an Unlikely Kind” and “Bestest Bedtime Stories as Told by Our Grandpa and He’s Silly.” The show begins at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium and tickets will be sold at the door. Come support our seventh and eighth graders as they build their dramatic skills!
Tues. Jan. 29 There will be a Teen Advisory Group session and Teen Game Night at the library at 6 p.m. Ages 12-17 are welcome. The Teen Advisory Group meets to discuss what books and movies should be added to the library’s collection and makes suggestions for events and special programs.