The Montgomery Area Public Library will be starting a Teen and Tween Book Club in April. The club is for ages 11 through 17 (or 18 for seniors in high school).
The Book Club will be held once a month, and the first meeting will be on Monday, April 19 at 4:30 pm. Nicole Loffredo, the Library Director, will be leading the group. The initial meeting will used to choose a name for the group and to decide the structure of the group. Nicole said there are lots of options and the students can decide what they feel will be the most fun. She said there will be different themes every month.
It’s requested the Tweens and Teens please pre-register by calling (570) 547-6212 or by going to the library’s website at clicking on the programming tab.
And for you grown-ups who think this sounds fun, you are welcome to join the library’s Adult Book Club.
Montgomery Events and Announcements
Saturday, Apr. 3 – The Montgomery Lions Club will be having their annual Easter Egg Hunt at the park at 1 pm. Children ages infant-6th grade are welcome. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos and raffle tickets will be sold. Proper social distancing techniques are encouraged.
Sunday, Apr. 4 – Happy Easter, readers!
Tuesday, Apr. 6 – The Eagle Grange #1 will be hosting Al Camp, the founder and publisher of Pennsylvania Magazine. Camp will be giving a talk called “Fascinating Pennsylvania” at 6:30 pm. The public is welcome. Social distancing measures will be used and facemasks are required. The Grange Hall is located on the corner of Rt. 15 and East Blind Road.
Saturday, April 10 – The library’s Adult Book Club will be meeting at 2 pm. The theme is Books about Books, and a secondary theme is books that feature siblings. New members are always welcome.
There are numerous active Girl Scout troops in Montgomery that are welcoming girls from kindergarten to eighth grade. For more information, contact Margie Mathis with a Facebook message or go to www.gshpa.org
Are you willing to volunteer with one of our local fire companies? Emergency responders are needed, as well as non-emergency support people. Call either the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company at (570) 547-1380 or the Clinton Township Fire Department at (570) 547-1000 if you are interested.
The Montgomery Emergency Management Agency posts weather warnings and instructions on their Facebook page. Follow them to stay informed. If you would like to volunteer with the agency, call Dennis Gruver at (570) 547-6777.
The Montgomery Lions Club is expanding its membership. To learn more, call Roger McRae at (570) 971-2825.
The Montgomery Area Alumni Committee regretfully announced they are cancelling their banquet this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. They hope to be able to have it next year.
Beginning on Sunday, April 4, Throttle Up Biker Church will have their weekly service on Sunday night at 6:30 pm. Everyone is welcome, being a biker isn’t required. The church is located at 50 East Houston Avenue in the former Christ Lutheran Church.
Montgomery Water Authority has announced that the week of April 5 has been designated for flushing out the fire hydrants. Eagle Grange #1 has set up a GoFundMe page at gf.me/u/zmygfr to help with renovations to their Hall. If you have any questions please contact the Grange Secretary Jennifer Nauss at 717-512-1261.
THOT – “Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in Me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in Me will never die. Do you believe this?'” – John 11:25-26