Birthday wishes to Kurtis Wible, Macy Armagost, Carol Roher, Dusty Anderson, Andrew Shehan, Robin
Emily Greenland, Rebecca Weaver, Alexis Fogal, Craig Mitchell, Mike Greenland, Chad Ramsey and Allison Barnett.
Anniversary wishes to Gary and Valerie Mitchell, Ken and Pam Cornelius, Carl and Mary Frances Jaymes, Bernie and Connie McMath, Merrill and Gail Stains, James and Veronica Patterson, Phillip and Christina Myers, Lanny and Deb Cornelius, Junior and Tammy Anderson and George and Heather Locke.
Get well wishes to Neal Hall, Jim Mills, Angie Cook, Eloise Swope, Joan Houck and Fred Horne.
On Thursday, Terri Grissinger, Donna Locke, Brayden Locke and Cody and Corinne Crawford rode bikes on the Huntingdon Rails to Trails. They rewarded their adventure with a stop at Dairy Queen.
Earlier in the week, the group, all but Terri, enjoyed a trip to Belleville and a tour of the Lancaster Railroad Museum. They wrapped up their week with the Immanuel Bible Church pool picnic on Friday evening. On Saturday they returned home after a stop at Cabelas in Wheeling, W.Va. Gordon and Donna Locke are still recovering but looking forward to a visit next summer to what the kid’s call “Camp Donna.”
Also visiting with the Locke’s last week were Julie Martin and Greg Locke.
Roger and Pat Ramsey did some visiting on Sunday afternoon at the homes of Wayne Mort, Fred and Sharon Horne, Ronnie Horne, Terry and Trudy Fix and Thane Fix and Chelsea’s.
Buzz and Bea Covert and Roger and Pat Ramsey enjoyed the oldies music on Friday evening at the Shade Gap Picnic.
We always say it is a small world when we run into old acquaintances in the strangest places. Sometimes we return to old haunts as we age and find it’s just not what it used to be. I’m told you will know who you are when you see this.
Recent visitors with Steve, Karen and Terri Grissinger were Rick, Kelli and Trinity Grissinger, Donna Locke, Tom and Mamie Streightiff and Tammy and Ramon Martin.
Steve and Karen Grissinger took in the Huntingdon County Fair on Sunday afternoon. Also spotted were Rick Anderson and Deanna, Norm and Janet Sipes and Robyn, Alayna and Kolton Gaff.
The Immanuel Bible Church annual yard sale will be held August 11 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Presently 14 families have signed up for the event. There will be a food stand and baked goods for sale. Please plan to join us.
Plans are moving forward for the Larry Miller benefit! Larry is our cancer warrior and we invite you to join the battle and pray for a victory. Event begins on August 25 at 11 a.m. with cycle registration followed by a day of music, auctions, and delicious food. A car show will be held at 1 p.m. and the meal will be held at 5 p.m. Please call (717) 372-7552 if you need more information.