2013-12-19 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay McGarvey

Teddy Kuhn, a former resident of Fulton County and now living in Fayetteville, along with her neighbor, Dorothy, enjoys reading the weekly Fulton County News.

Doris Ray remains a patient in Hershey Medial Center with severe injuries from a fall in her home last week.

Birthday wishes to Betty Cutchall, 87 on December 27; Trinity Hege, December 23; Trudy Wible, December 25; Betty Sheffield, December 27; Peggy Headley, December 23; Kara Shives, December 26; Mary K. Seville, December 28; Bill Agesen, December 28; Joel Godissart, December 28; Amber Skiles, December 26; and Brenda Grush, December 29.

Blessed Friends sang on Sunday for the folks who live in the M.E.H. Apartments on Myers Ave. They were very enjoyable.

Siloam Church held its Christmas program on Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will be at their Christmas station, 1748 Lincoln Highway, Wednesday, December 18 through December 24 at 6 p.m. Please, no pets.

Micah McGarvey, son of John and Rachael McGarvey of Chambersburg, was dedicated on Sunday in Greenvillage Church of God.

McConnellsburg middle/ high Schoos held their Snowball dance on Sunday.

The girls of the Class of 1957 held their Christmas get-together on Tuesday at K’s Place.

Voices of Christmas cantata was performed Saturday evening in the United Methodist Church of Cito.

Celebrating a wedding anniversary are Kelly and Sherry Perry on December 20 and Greg and Wendy Mellott, 21st, on December 19.

Laurel Ridge Church held its Christmas program, “A Cricket County Christmas Cruise,” on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Leah Seville celebrated her 13th birthday on Friday the 13th with a party.

“The Festival of Lights” was at the fairgrounds and it was lovely to see and well attended too considering the bad weather on Saturday. The folks responsible did a great job.

Quotable Quotes: “ It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five min- utes to ruin it.”

It Happened This Week: In 1787, Pennsylvania became the second state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.

Country Shortcuts: Keep poinsettias all season. Toss the foil on the pot, it will cause root rot from trapped in moisture.

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