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Montgomery Locals 6.24

By Staff | Jun 23, 2020

Montgomery Borough has made the announcement that the traditional fireworks display will be happening on July 3 at the carnival grounds. It is requested that everyone maintain social distancing guidelines. The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company will open its kitchen at 5 p.m. The event is being jointly hosted by Montgomery Borough, the Montgomery Water Authority, and Brady and Clinton townships.

The fireworks display is one of my favorite Montgomery traditions, and I’m sure that many would agree with me. What’s more American than a great big fireworks show to celebrate our nation’s birthday? It seems like they just keep getting better every year.

For as much as the coronavirus has changed everything this spring, it’s nice to see that life is beginning to return to normal this summer. Guidelines are still in place and the rate of new COVID-19

infections continues to fall in Pennsylvania, but it’s nice to think that the worst seems to be behind us. But it’s still important to take precautions to avoid a second wave.

THOT- “Summertime is always the best of what might be.” Charles Bowden

Montgomery Events

Sunday, Jun. 28-The Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company will have a Burger Burn at their kitchen on the carnival grounds from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Menu choices include: hot dogs, cheeseburgers, hot sausages, fish sandwiches, chicken fingers, French fries, soda, and water. Becky’s Soft Serve will be there as well.

The Montgomery Library is now allowing patrons to come in the building to select materials to borrow as long as they aren’t exhibiting symptoms of fever or shortness of breath. Hands must be sanitized before entering the building, and once inside masks must be worn and social distance must be maintained. Computer use is available on an appointment basis. The current hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Summer Reading will be held online this year. Please visit the library’s Facebook page to find the links to the online reading log and the Summer Reading page.

The Borough opens the brush pile on Wednesdays, and they are making limb and stick pickup available for residents on Wednesdays and must be prearranged by calling (570) 547-1671. Limbs

must be four inches in diameter or less.

Fae Herb is accepting orders for Hometown Hero Banners between now and early September. She can be reached at faeherb@aol.com or (570) 506-9892.


The Montgomery Emergency Management Agency posts timely weather warnings, rising river levels, and emergency instructions on their Facebook page. Follow them to stay informed of important information that’s specific to town. Call Dennis Gruver at (570) 547-6777 if you would like to volunteer with the Agency.

Our local fire companies are in need of volunteers who can help out in non-emergency support roles as well as those who would like to serve as emergency responders. For more information, call either the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company at (570) 547-1380 or the Clinton Township Fire Department at (570) 547-1000.

If you would like to join the Montgomery Lions Club, contact Roger McRae at (570) 971-2825.