Montgomery Locals May 8, 2019
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12, so I’d like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all moms out there. Society wouldn’t be able to function without the millions of determined women who face the relentless ins and outs of day-to-day life while trying to raise children who will grow up to be decent human beings. Many mothers balance full-time jobs and out-of-home commitments that help to make the world a better place while still being there to meet their child’s every need, and that is truly a remarkable thing to accomplish. I believe that raising a child who grows into a compassionate, upright adult is the biggest challenge and the greatest achievement a person can have. I have enormous respect for good moms.
I would also like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to those women out there who serve as maternal figures to kids who don’t have a mother in their life. What you do matters far more than words can express.
Most of all I would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to my own mom, Glenda Heasley, who made the world’s toughest job look like effortless fun. I love you, Mom, and I thank you for everything.
THOT “All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” Abraham Lincoln
Happy birthday to Natasha Rider, who will be celebrating her birthday on May 12.
Happy birthday wishes go to my mom, Glenda Heasley, who will magically be a year younger on May 13. I love you and I hope that you have a wonderful year, Mom!
Montgomery Borough has announced that for public safety during carnival week, no parking will be permitted on Second Street from Broad Street to Montgomery Park. Parking will be permitted in the empty lot on Second Street across from Henry Hand Drive. This year’s carnival runs from May 6-11.
If you plan on participating in Montgomery Community Yard Sales, please get your information to Fae Herb by Sunday, May 12 to be listed on the map. Send the details to email@example.com.
In lieu of a Third Thursday Talk, the Montgomery Area Historical Society will have an Open House at the Stone Church on Sunday, May 19 from 2-4 p.m. Paul Metzger will be the featured speaker.
Hometown Hero Banner orders are being accepted until September 6. Order forms are available at Montgomery Weis and the Borough Office.
Our local fire companies are in need of volunteers to serve as first responders and in non-emergency support roles. If you would like to get more information please contact the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company at 547-1380 or the Clinton Township Fire Company at 547-1000.
If you are interested in joining the Montgomery Lions Club, please call Roger McRae at 971-2825.
Thurs. May 9 The Montgomery Area Junior/Senior High School Concert Band will have their Spring Concert in the high school auditorium at 7 p.m.
Sat. May 11 The Montgomery Area Historical Society will have an Open House in the Adam Room from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Sat. May 11 The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company’s Carnival Parade will begin at 5 p.m. The parade forms at 4 p.m. The fire trucks will form at the Field House, all other parade participants will meet at Weis’.
Mon. May 13 The Clinton Township Supervisors will meet in the Municipal Building at 6:30.
Tues. May 14 The Nifty Knitters and Crafty Crocheters will meet at the library at 6 p.m.
Tues. May 14 There will be a Montgomery Borough Council Meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Borough Building. The meeting is open to the public.
Weds. May 15 The Montgomery library will have Toddler Tales from 11-noon. Children ages 2-5 are welcome to enjoy a story, snack, and craft. Preregister at 547-6212 and plan to accompany your child.
Fri. May 17-Sat. May 18 The library will have a used book sale. Fill a bag of books for just two dollars.
Sat. May 18 The Montgomery Fishing Derby will be held at Black Hole Creek at 9 a.m. Anglers can gather along the creek banks by the bridges across from the post office near the campground.
Sat. May 18 There will be a family program at the library at 12:30.