Oct 142013

Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick    886-4694



The town is taking on a fall Halloween theme as many residents’ light up their homes with Halloween decorations and put pumpkins about. The center of town looks very good welcoming ghosts and goblins thanks to the efforts of Bev Mandichak, John Suchta, Gina Bender and others.

Just a reminder: the annual Halloween parade will be held on Saturday, October 26. Line up will be at 3:00 PM and the parade will begin at the ambulance building at 3:30 PM. Trick or treat will follow from 4:00 until 6:00 PM. At 7:00 PM there will be a bon fire at the firemen’s pavilion with a marshmallow roast. The firemen will sale refreshments.



Although Penn Cambria did not win last Friday they held their own in a respectful game against Forest Hills. Good job guys. Hoorays to Penn State for their close win over Michigan and the Steelers for finally getting into a win column. The Pirates baseball team is done until next year and here is hoping they mount another spectacular season.



Today, October 17th finds John Marinak, Eugene Mioreli, Tom Mioreli and Lily Poborsky celebrating birthdays as will James McMahon and Sophia Rabatin on the 19th. William Weakland gets to party on the 20th as will Joy Eckenrode, James McCabe and Dillon Tremel on the 21st. Ron Cropsy Jr. gets to party on the 22nd as will Rose Marie Boast, Carol Funari, Trent Logan, Troy Logan and Doris Sweeney on the 23rd. Happy Birthday to All!



Greg and Kristen Talko observe their wedding anniversary today, October 17th as will John and Kerry Bossler and Chris and Christine Wheeler on the 19th. Ray and Catherine Serre celebrate on the 20th while Tim and Donna Glass and Chris and Nancy Rowe observe their anniversaries on the 21st and Joseph and Kim Gides on the 22nd. Happy Anniversary to ALL!



The Lilly/Washington Historical Society will meet tonight, October 17 at 7:00 PM, at the Borough building. If you have an interest in history come around and get involved. Pictures are still welcome for this year’s calendar. Just drop them off at Galls Insurance Agency.



You are an old timer if you ever shopped at the Leahey Store on Main Street. You are ancient if you went to Doctor Leahey’s dental office next door.