Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 814-886-4694
The 2016 Lilly-Washington Historical Society Calendar is now available at Galls Insurance Agency. The cover this year is very unique and a once in a life time photo. Pictured is the North Folk Southern locomotive that was patriotically painted to honor Police-Fire and EMS and has traveled the system in their honor. The locomotive is pictured on the tracks near the carnival grounds with the Lilly Fire Company engine directly in front of it.
While at Galls getting a calendar you may as well book a sleigh ride for the night of Saturday the 28th. Ernie from Mystic Haven Stables will have his horses and sleigh here from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM. Rides are only $3 a person. The sleigh will hold up to a family or group of 12. This is always an enjoyable event during the annual Christmas tree lighting get together.
POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL
The Penn Cambria junior and senior girls competed in a Powder Puff flag football game Friday evening, November 13 at the school’s football field. Other than a very cold evening the players had a good time with the seniors beating the juniors in this second annual venture sponsored by the cheer leading boosters.
A reminder! Order some Christmas Candy from the local Knights of Columbus chapter. Orders must be in by November 29th. Call Deb Kozak at 886-8296; Patty Nagy at 886-7374; Mary Lou Custer 886-7468 or Shirley Patterson at 886-7213. Your purchase helps the Knights with their charitable programs in the area.
Food for thought! Hershey Candy products are now made in Mexico, which took away American jobs. The Knights at least make their candy here and donate funds to needy people locally.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church will be hosting a breakfast with Santa on December 12th at the church hall on Hilltop Street. Adults and children over age 6 is $8 and children 5 and under is $5 .A complimentary photo of each child breakfast purchased and Santa will be available. To register for breakfast call 814-886-4904. There will be 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM sittings. The breakfast will be Pancakes, sausage, hash browns, orange juice and coffee.
The Lilly-Washington Historical Society will meet Thursday evening, November 19 at the Lilly Borough building at 7:00 PM. Anyone with ideas for the Homecoming celebration on July 2 and 3 are invited to attend.
The Lilly Library in co-operation with Penn State Extension programs will be conducting classes for the general public on nutrition ideas and how to prepare better meals for less. Anyone interested in such a program is ask to call 814-472-7986. Classes will be scheduled once interest is determined.
Today, November 19 finds Robin Lee, Walter Nadolsky, Taylor Rabatin and Dominic Stiffler celebrating birthdays followed by Evelyn Gresko on the 20th and Caleb Hurley, Noah Jones, Diane Kuisick and Chris Mulhearn on the 21st. Michael Quinn parties on the 22nd. On the 24th Hannah Glenn, Allison Przybys and Trey Talko all enjoy cake and ice cream. Happy Birthday to All!
Andrew and Joseph Lysic and James and Sonja Moyer observe their wedding anniversary on November 20th followed by James and Carmella Drass on the 21st and Russ and Gertrude Leap on the 22nd. Robert and Deborah Rabatin celebrate on the 23rd and Donald and Frances George, Fred and Gloria Kuntz and Thomas and Patricia George all enjoy anniversaries on the 25th. Happy Anniversary to each couple!
You are an old timer if you remember hanging popcorn balls in colored cellophane on your Christmas tree along with stringers made from cutting colored paper and gluing the loops together.