Muncy Locals July 31, 2019
A new path is in existence for me, and I regret to write that this is my last Muncy local column for the Luminary. I have enjoyed this position as managing editor for the Luminary and adding to its history over the past ten years. I come from a newspaper background as my ancestors were part of the Sun-Gazette, back to a time when it was known as “The Sun and News.” With technology, times have changed but journalism never will. So I will continue with my writing, but more on a free-lance basis.
While I was on this journey during this decade, I discovered how much I appreciate living in this area and how much it has grown. Everything we need is here for us – a wonderful hospital, a senior center, a library, some nice restaurants, shopping, a great school and a lifestyle that allows us to participate in organizations of great interest to us.
Muncy 4th Fridays have provided a festive family atmosphere in a small town setting where everyone has a good time. People here are committed to make it better. Younger millennials care about where they live and follow their parents’ lead when it comes to raising families here. Muncy is a wonderful place to raise children. Activities, sports, parks and many recreational opportunities are provided in the Muncy community. I continue to find amazing people doing amazing things. I will be sharing some stories I have uncovered along the way in West Branch Life Magazine, and my husband and I are planning on doing some traveling.
I will continue my membership in the Muncy Garden Club, the Muncy Historical Society and the Susquehanna Valley Quilt Guild. I am looking forward to volunteering more with my favorite charities and having fun with my grandchildren.
Don’t forget to come to Pops on Pepper Street this Saturday and enjoy the wonderful Williamsport Symphony as they play outdoors behind the Poulton’s home.
I also heard that Joe Snedeker from WNEP Channel 16 came through downtown Muncy on Friday morning at 10:30. Perhaps some of you got a glimpse of him. He raised close to $300,000 for St. Joseph’s Center in Scranton.
The Muncy Historical Society now has a new poster for purchase. Several years ago they had one called the “Doors of Muncy.” This one is called the “Quilts of Muncy” and it is available in two sizes – 15×24 and 12×18.
Enjoy the summer and best regards to everyone!
Fri. Aug. 2 Medicare questions and answers at the Meck Senior Center, 50 Fitness Lane, Muncy. Call 546-2542.
Fri. Aug. 2 Toddler Tales for ages 1-3 at 10 a.m. Join Miss Monica for a fun-filled hour of games, crafts, and activities designed with your active toddler in mind. This week, you will be creating a collage. Siblings welcome.
Sat. Aug. 3 Pops on Pepper Street, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Sat. Aug. 3 Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic open house & building dedication, 10-3.
Mon. Aug. 5 Construction Club at Muncy Public Library, 6 p.m. Join Miss Tuesday and design your own bottle rocket.
Weds. Aug. 7 Pre-school Storytime for ages 3-5 at 10 a.m., Muncy Library. Join Miss Monica for a fun-filled hour of activities, crafts, and stories designed to prepare your child for kindergarten. This week’s activity is building your own night drum.
Weds. Aug. 7 Night Drums for ages 6-12 at 1 p.m. Come and build your own night drum with Miss Monica. Siblings welcome.
Thurs. Aug. 8 Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA STEM Mobile at 2 p.m. Explore your creativity with 3D pens. For ages 12-18 at the Muncy Library.
Thurs. Aug. 8 The Art of Drying Food at 6 p.m. at the Muncy Public Library. Join Melanie Eisworth and learn how to dry food for a healthier life. This is an alternative way of preserving food and its nutrients.
Aug. 7 & 8 Senior box and food distribution days at Son Light House, 130 Carpenter St., Muncy. Weds. 8:30 a.m. to noon and Thurs. 4-7 p.m.
Sat. Aug. 10 Garden Fest, 9-1, 542 County Farm Road. Workshops, tours, vendors, refreshments and more.
Sat. Aug. 10 Pennsylvania Hunter-Trapper Education course, Montour Preserve, Environmental Education Center, 9-5. Presented by PA Game Commission. To register go to www.registered.com/events/view/140274. Must be at least 11 yrs. old.