2010-05-27 / Correspondents' Notes


By Karen Grissinger

Birthday wishes to Mamie Streightiff, Rowdy Grissinger, Brittany Yoder, Patsy Mellott, Rebecca Watkins, Garrett Stevens, Nathan Keebaugh, Dylan Anderson, Terisha Mitchell, Brian Gahagan, Tammy Fraker, Zachary Fleck and Dan Reynolds.

Anniversary wishes to Zane and Gale Fraker and Patrick and Jamie Horne.

Get well wishes to Pauline Thomas, Irene Park, Buck Mills, Dusty Anderson, Sharynn Book, Dick and Jessie Rhoades and Mary Mort.

A big welcome home is extended to Dan Reynolds, who returned stateside last week.

Congratulations to Jon Senft and Stacey Rhoades on their exchange of vows Saturday afternoon.

Several inches of rain fell on the area over the weekend and flooded small roads and fields. The grass was greener and the weeds a foot higher when the sunshine arrived on Sunday afternoon.

Congratulations to the Rockhill EMS on its open house event this weekend.

Tammy, Jayla, Jenny and Clay Cantrell enjoyed Relay For Life events this weekend at Southern Huntingdon.

The Angel Wings organization is sponsoring a benefit bike ride for the Jesse Miller family on >June 12. The cost is $20 per bike, with a pig roast and music to follow at the Shade Gap Picnic Grounds. Registration begins at 11 a.m. and the ride at noon. A raindate for the ride is June 13. Raffle tickets are still available for Angel Wings for June. Anyone wishing to purchase tickets, please give Ruth Grissinger a call.

The SHC alumni banquet will be held at the Shade Gap Auxiliary building on May 29.

Paul and Susie Schmidt and Donnie and Panda Horne recently enjoyed a visit to Cape Hatteras, N.C.

Buzz and Bea Covert attended Shaine Goshorn’s game on Saturday near Cassville despite the rain.

Visiting this week with the Steve and Karen Grissinger family were Travis Madden, Brent Carlson, Tom and Mamie Streightiff, Tim and Shirley Henry, Gary and Judy Kauffman, and Norm and Janet Sipes.

A new Shih Tzu puppy belonging to Terri Grissinger arrived this week at the farm. A two-pound “Remmy” can irritate our 100-pound Molly dog with just a little yap. Loving to hide in the smallest places, she has been lost and located more times than I care to count and she is adorable.

Three Springs Fire Co. and Lions Club annual parade and carnival activities will kick off on Thursday, May 27, at 7 p.m. and continue through Sunday evening. The pageant will be held on Saturday instead of Sunday this year.

Have a safe Memorial Day weekend.

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