Spring officially arrives on March 20, but as the weather has been getting warmer and the snow has been melting, one other sure sign of spring appeared last week – Montgomery Community Yard Sales were announced. This year they will be on Saturday, May 15, rain or shine.
Fae Herb is compiling the yard sale map, so if you are in the Montgomery area and want to participate please send her your information. You can get a form at the Borough Office or Montgomery Weis Market and drop it off at the Borough Office or you can email your information to Fae at email@example.com. Please email the following information to her about your yard sale: Your name (or name of the business, church, or organization), address, either your phone number, Facebook, or email address if there are any questions, and let her know if your sale will be on Friday, Saturday, or both days. You can also include a short list of what you will be selling. Please get your information to her by Friday, May 7. The maps will be available starting May 10 at the following locations: the Montgomery Borough Office, the Montgomery Borough website, the Montgomery Borough Facebook page, and Montgomery Weis.
This is a perfect opportunity to get rid of some things you no longer use as well as find some hidden treasures from your fellow townsfolk!
Saturday, March 13 – The library’s Adult Book Club will have their meeting at 2 pm on Zoom. If you are interested in joining, contact the library at (570) 547-6212 or through Facebook. The theme for March is “Countries and Cultures.”
Friday, March 19 – The American Red Cross will have a Blood Drive at St. John’s Lutheran “Brick” Church from 1-6 pm. Appointments are strongly recommended to maintain social distancing. To schedule call 1-800-RED-CROSS or go to RedCrossBlood.org and enter “Montgomery.” Please wear a mask and bring a photo ID.
Lots of happy birthday wishes go to Addison Heasley, who will be marking her special day on March 15. Have a great year, Addi!
Happy birthday to Marion McCormick who is celebrating on March 15. May you have the best year yet, Marion!
If you would like information on enrolling your daughter in Girl Scouts, please send a Facebook message to Margie Mathis or go to www.gshpa.org. There are many troops in town for girls in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Volunteers are needed to serve with our local fire companies as first responders and as non-emergency support persons. To learn more, contact either the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company at (570) 547-1380 or the Clinton Township Fire Department at (570) 547-1000.
To stay informed about rising river levels, weather warnings, and emergency information follow the Montgomery Emergency Management Agency Facebook page. The Agency is also accepting volunteers. If you are interested, call Dennis Gruver at (570) 547-6777.
The Montgomery Lions Club is welcoming new members. To join, call Roger McRae at (570) 971-2825.
THOT – “The beautiful spring came, and when nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.” – Harriet Ann Jacobs