Birthday wishes to Corey Lake, Caitlyn Edgell, Rodnise Roher, Justin Anderson, Lisa Henry, Adria Russell, Melissa
Foor, Matt Rhoades, Lori Lupey and Wanda Horton.
Arlie Knepper of the Three Springs Cattle Co. will celebrate his birthday on January 23.
Anniversary wishes to Richard and Carole Armagost and Jeff and June Yoder.
Get well wishes to John Horton, Mary Mort, Jim and Carolyn Mills, Sam Park, Dean Varner and Ralph Brown.
Amanda Yocum is having problems with her hip socket and is scheduled to see a specialist in Hershey. We send her our get well wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery.
Three Springs Fire Co. is hosting bingo every Wednesday evening in its new facility. Doors open at 5 p.m.
Visiting recently in the home of Steve, Karen, Terri and Tammy Grissinger were Brent Carlson, Travis Madden, Chuck Streightiff, and Tom and Mamie Streightiff.
Gathering at Sunny Ridge on Sunday for lunch were Buzz and Bea Covert, Tasha, Shaine and Kean Goshorn, Fred and Sharon Horne, Devin, Mindy and Camryn Horne, and Travis Madden.
Walnut Grove Church of God young adult class met at Sunny Ridge restaurant on Saturday evening for its annual holiday gathering.
Steve, Karen and Tammy Grissinger and Travis Madden attended a girls basketball game on Wednesday evening at Southern Huntingdon. Also attending were Julia Covert and Beth and Andy Jaymes.
Tom and Mamie Streightiff visited with Tim Streightiff in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. Incoming traffic was backing up as they made their exit from the city with folks moving in for the inauguration festivities.
Our sympathy is extended to the family of Bradley Gilliland of the Blacklog area. When Bradley was in school, he was an agriculture student at SHC and very active in FFA activities.
A pesticide update meeting will be held on January 22 at the Southern Huntingdon County High School from 7 to 9 p.m. On February 10, an update will be held at the Huntingdon Co. Extension Office from 7 to 9 p.m. The third update will be held at the extension office on February 17 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Hustontown Fire Co. will hold a regular shooting match on January 24 beginning at 1 p.m. On January 31, it will be a quarter of beef shoot.
Cold weather last week made for some record temperatures, the likes of which I hope to never see again. Thank goodness for warm fires to keep us toasty. The outside animals had icy whiskers for a few days and everyone was happy to see the thermometer reach above 20 on Sunday, which made it 30 degrees warmer than Saturday. Spring is now only 60 days away.