After all that hot weather this past week, we did get a slight shower. Hope that we get some more very badly needed rain.
Everyone is reminded to mark your calendars for the food auction at Hustontown Fire Co. Firehall on Saturday, August 20, beginning at 2 p.m. The kitchen will open at noon. The vendor will be Mike Sullivan. Come out and stock up for winter.
Fort Littleton Bible Church folks and youth group spent last week at Sinoquipe.
Open stage will be held on Saturday, August 27, beginning at 6 p.m. Kitchen will open at 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome to come and share their talent or come out and enjoy the talent of others. A good way to spend Saturday evening and support the volunteer firemen at the same time. Admission is free. We hope to see you there.
David Berkstresser and daughter of Lancaster stopped for a visit with Kate Berkstresser on Friday. The daughter was leaving for California on Saturday to do church missionary work.
We welcomed Becky Cutchall as speaker on Sunday at Knobsville United Methodist Church while Pastor Bill is home recuperating from surgery.
Kate Berkstresser visited with Betty Malot on Saturday in honor of Betty’s birthday on Sunday. Also belated birthday wishes to Ashton Brown, August 2. Happy birthday to Brianne Kylor, August 8; Wyatt Mundorf, August 9; Casey Englert, August 11; Aaron Koons, August 11; and James Ott, August 13.
Congratulations to Garey and Irene Sprowl, Dick and Deb Cutchall, Jim and Alice Chesnut, Greg and Rhonda Creager, Damon and Melanie Schoen, and Nelson and Alice Walker on their anniversaries.
August is a busy month with Shade Gap Picnic activities this week then the Fulton County Fair and, of course, it will be time for school to be starting.
Tristan Gelvin, Dalton Garlock and Kyle Schoen competed with Newville Premiere baseball team at Allentown and Bethlehem Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the ECTB Tournament of Champions.
Visitors in the home of Kate Berkstresser on Friday evening were Beverly St. Clair and Lindsay.
Correction: One of the triplet Peck boys named last week read Jack and it should have been Jacob Peck.
Household Hint: Storing vitamins. You can store your unopened vitamins in the refrigerator if you wish, but do not keep your opened bottles there. Condensation may build up inside the bottle and moisture wears down vitamins shelf lives. Better to keep your opened bottles tightly closed and in a dry cabinet or closet.