2018-04-19 / Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

By Kay McGarvey

Martina McGarvey, wife of Tony McGarvey, Scotland, Pa., ran in the Boston Marathon Monday.

Jeni Lynch of Cito reported seeing her first black snake of the year while cleaning last Thursday.

Big Cove Tannery Church held its annual hoagie sale last Friday.

Some members and guests of Big Cove Tannery Church recently took their yearly hike to the Indian Chair.

Don’t forget the sick and those who have lost loved ones in your prayers.

The weather has been nice for folks to enjoy sitting on their porches.

Zach Blumenthal of Carlisle visited with his grandparents last Friday.

A spring tea was held by the Historical Society on Saturday at the annex museum.

Needmore Fire Co. held a chicken dinner Sunday in the firehall.

Mariah Truax and cousin Niki and daughter have returned home after a tour of Venice, France and Rome.

Quotable Quotes: “The roosters may crow, but the hens deliver the goods.”

It Happened This Week: In 1928 a German shepherd became the first seeing-eye dog in America.

Country Shortcut: Lemons will give more juice if they are kept stored in a jar in the refrigerator.

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