Sep 122016
 

Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 886-4694 

FOOTBALL
Congratulation to our Penn Cambria Panthers on their nice win over Westmont this past Saturday. The score was Penn Cambria 28 Westmont 0.

The Mainline Panthers had a very large turnout at The Lilly War Memorial field both Friday and Saturday for their weekend games. The excellent weather being outdoors for the evenings allowed a pleasant time for all the players, cheerleaders, parents, grandparents and all others in attendance. Fridays game under the lights ended with a fireworks show.

HUMMINGBIRDS
Shirley Patterson tells me that her hummingbird visitors are almost all gone for the winter months. I guess this is a warning that snow is on its way. After just now being able to enjoy the out doors it makes for unpleasant thoughts of returning to winter hibernation.

GIRL SCOUTS
The Lilly Girl Scouts Troop Number 46508 will begin their fall registrations and meetings on September 19 at 6:30 PM. The troop is open to girls from Kinder garden to 8th grade .For further information call Jeannie George at 979-8281.

BIRTHDAYS
Josephine Lysic celebrates her birthday today, September 15th followed by Kloe Dixon, James Arnold, Jack George, Benjamin Rainey and Connie Stauske on the 16th and Fred Behe, Lucas Jones, Allen Lego, and Jackie Lingafelt on the 17th. Robert Paul enjoys cake and ice cream on the 18th as will Bently Rice, Mary Lou Behe, Cheryl Bender, Emil Campagna, Marty Craine and Tony Sabol on the 19th. On September 20 Tim McGarry, Justin Artko Matt Hoover and Charles McMullen observe birthdays. On the 21st Sister Jane Rosko, Kevin Eckenrode and Matt Hoover get to party. Happy Birthday to All!

ANNIVERSARIES
Larry and Darla Summerville celebrate their wedding anniversary on September 16 as will Eugene and Sandy Miorelli on the 18th followed by John and Kathleen Bost on the 19th
and Bart and Valerie Borlie on the 20th. Alan and Colleen celebrate on the 21st. Happy Anniversary to each couple!

OLD TIMER
You bought a pack of cigarettes from a machine for 25 cents and got two pennies back taped on them.

Sep 122016
 

Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 886-4694 

This has to be one of the warmest and pleasant summers we can remember. With fall just around the corner it will be hard to face the colder weather. Even though te sea coast took a beating over the Labor Day weekend the weather here in Central PA was great. Not long now and the hummingbirds will be headed to Belize for the winter.

BLOODMOBILE
Friday, September 9 the Knights of Columbus Local 11084 here in Lilly is sponsoring a Blood Drive at Our Lady of the Alleghenies Church hall from 12:30 until 6:00 PM. Stop by and help them meet their quota.

FOOTBALL
Congratulation to the Penn Cambria Varsity Football team in their victory over Richland on Friday, September 2. Stop by the Lilly War Memorial field on most fall weekends and watch the Mainline Panthers play.

GARDENS
Where have all the gardens gone? For years most neighbors planted nice gardens that produced wholesome food for canning and sharing. Now, It is hard to find a garden in the neighborhood There is nothing better than fresh tomatoes this time of the year.

BIRTHDAYS
Saige Vargo and Elijah Ehrenfeld celebrate their birthdays on the 9th followed by Anglea Braatz on the 10th and Tyler Boland, Matt Myers, George Lukacs, Ann Mardula, and Regina Swinger on the 11th and Ava Campagna and Brian Skura on the 12th .On September 14 Gertrude Leap, William Orlosky and Robert Sorichetti get to party. Happy Birthday to All!

ANNIVERSARIES
Les and Margo Kiel celebrate their wedding anniversary on September 9 followed by Christopher and Jessica Matcho on the 12th, James and Ann McCool on the 13th and Brian and Tina Latoche on the 14th along with Joe and Donna Panek. Happy Anniversary to each couple.!

OLD TIMER
You are an old timer if you remember George Singel running the movie house on Main Street.

Sep 122016
 

Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 886-4694

Visited the Penn Cambria bon fire at the Lilly War Memorial field the evening of August 25. There was a very nice turnout of parents, players and friends along with the marching band and cheerleaders. The very nice weather made it possible for all present to have a good time.

Start thinking about natural gas as meetings will soon be held for borough and township residents. This will be the time to ask questions and seek out the pros and cons of changing the way we cook and heat our homes.

NEW RESIDENTS
There are several families who just recently moved into Lilly after buying homes here. If you have new neighbors take the time to welcome them to the community and let them know how Lilly works and the many pros and cons of living here.

SYMPATHY
My sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Helen Sarneski who recently passed away.

BIRTHDAYS
Celebrating birthdays on September 1 are James Rice lV, Celsey Hite, John Hurley, Robert Rabatin Sr., On the 2nd Jayce Summerville celebrates as will Sonja Moyer and Catherine Sweeney on the 3rd and
Christopher Martino and Samantha Johnson on the 4th. It will be party time for Kathy Leahey and Helen Claar on the 5th and Kendall Krug,Kaitlin Lutton and Diana Schaffranek on the 6th. George Ernest celebrates on the 7th. Happy Birthday to All!

ANNIVERSARIES
Don and Sandy Courvina and Frank and Helen Fordick celebrate their wedding anniversaries on September 1 followed by Joseph and Dianne Batdorf on the 4th ;William and Joan Latoche on the 5th and Patrick and Holly Tremel on the 6th. Happy Anniversary to Each Couple!

OLD TIMER
You are an old-timer if you remember when Kelly Campagna had his Barber Shop in Pete Mattiello’s building on Cleveland Street.

Sep 122016
 

Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 886-4694 

BONFIRE
Join in the fun at the Penn Cambria Bon Fire being held at 6:00 PM this evening, August 25 at the Lilly-Washington War Memorial here in Lilly. All students and parents are welcome to attend ths start off of the 2016 Football season .Wear your blue and black and join the Cheerleaders, Penn Cambria Marching band, players and students in this fun night out.

LILLY LIBRARY
There will be Story Time registration at the Lilly Library from August 30 until September 12. The program will start on September 12 and run until May of 2017.Pre school age 3 and up may participate. If you cannot make it to registration call 886-7543. Lilly Borough, Washington Township and patrons of the Library may participate.

LILLY AMBULANCE.
It is 3 years since the LillyArea Ambulance quit providing emergency service mainly because of state requirements on staffing levels.The remaining officers; Jack Barlick, Duane Misiura,George Nesbella,Paul Sklodowski, Mike Eckenrode and Kevin Hite met recently and agreed to donate the Ambulance building to Lilly Borough and the following funds as listed. The Lilly Fire Company was given $16,000. The Lilly-Washington War Memorial Association was given $30.000. Lady of the Alleghenies, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, St Lukes and the United Methodist churches $10,000 each. The Library and Historical Society each received $10,000 also. $5,000 was given to the Lilly Knights of Columbus and the Saint Vincent DePaul Society. The Garden Club and the Lilly Decorating committee were given $3,000 each.TAPS, the ones that stock the Lilly creeks, was given $1000. Washington Township was given $10,000 earlier in the year towards the pavilion at the new memorial field ball park.

BIRTHDAYS
Mary Boland celebrates her birthday on August 25 followed by Peneople Boland,followed by Phyllis Podrasky, Jeannie George, Colleen Keagy, James Scott Lill, Alcia Proudfit and Bambi Brown on the 27th Nicole Poborsky. Nicole Lutton cerebrates on the 29th followed by Stephen Bartm Karlo Lozano and Susan Zumer on the 30th and Dense eturgey on the 31ft. Happy Birthday to All!

ANNIVERSARIES
Donald and Sharon Diehl observe their anniversary today, August 25 followed by Daylon and Renee Behe and James and Barbara Lego on the 26th and Sam and Carol Albarano, William and Ellen McCoy and Matt and Marion Zunich on the 28th. Scott and Jackie Steberger party on the 29th and Gary and Barbara Stiffler on the 31st. Happy Anniversary to All!

SCHOOL TIME
Be extra vigil on school days as more kids will be walking. Parents, also teach your children to always look both ways for traffic getting on or off a bus bef ore crossing a street.
OLD TIMER
Remember the patrol boys wth a shiny silver badge and a white shoulder strap and red flag sponsored by AAA..