Lilly Lines by Jack Barlick 814-886-4694
This Sunday, June 14th, will be the Money-Rama sponsored by Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church and held at their Hill Top Road pavilion from 1:00 until 5:00 PM. There will be a chicken dinner from 1 until 3. Snacks will be available from 3 until 5. Drinks will also be available and there will be door prizes and DJ music by Joe Gribben. Cost is $20. Call 937
On Saturday, June 20 at 10:00 AM the 1st annual Lilly Fire Company 5 K Run/Walk will get under way at the firemen’s pavilion on Railroad Street. Pre-registration will begin at 8:30 AM. There will be an entry fee. Call Pat Tremel at 937-4533 for further details’ Fruit and snacks will
be provided at the end of the run.
Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of John Lysic who recently passed away in Ohio. He was a retired serviceman from the US Navy and had operated A&A Beverage along with his
wife Barbara for many years here in Lilly
ST LUKE’S YARD SALE
St. Luke’s Church will be holding a yard sale and bake sale on June 27th from 7:30 AM until 2:00 PM. Donations for the sale and baked goods are welcome. Call 886-2222. Proceeds will
help towards the cost of restoration work on a large stained glass window in the church
CLASS OF 75
The Penn Cambria High School graduating class from 1975 will be holding a forty year re-union on Saturday, June 27 at 7:00PM at the Gallitzin Italian Mutual Society hall. This is a cash bar and casual dress event. Call Laura Lenz at 696-0357 for additional information.
June 23rd will be the first evening for the carnival at the firemen’s pavilion. It will continue each night until Saturday the 27th. Plan to stop in for an evening of fun and visit with some old friends.
The Thunder on the Mountain Poker Run was a success as over three hundred riders on quads and dirt bikes took to the woods of Lilly Mountain on Sunday, June 7, under sunny skies and mild temperatures for an enjoyable run through the mud and over the dirt trails and rocks in this
annual event sponsored by the Lilly Fire Company.
LiLLY YARD SALE
The Lilly town-wide yard sale was held Saturday, June 6th. There were a lot of visitors checking out the sales, especially in the morning hours. It was a little too cool to be comfortable, yet still many walked around. I enjoyed talking to some friends and strangers as they passed by my front
The fund raiser held Sunday, June 7th by the Lilly Conrad Chiropractic/Lilly American Legion City League team at the War Memorial field was a success raising over $500 dollars by a basket auction and gate receipts for the Lilly Library. In the game Lilly won 8-2 over Proactive Sport.
A belated birthday greeting goes to my son, John, who celebrated his birthday on June 7.
Dorothy Obestor, Ashley Reed and Drake Swinger celebrate birthdays on June 12 followed by Joan Cloherty and Douglas Stauski Jr. on the 13th. On the 14th Harry Behe, Mary Filak and Stanley Skura get to party as will Shane Burkett and Kathleen Hooder on the 15th. The 16th is a busy day as Emma Claar, Gina Bender, Jean Bradley, Robert Courtot, Jeff Kozen, Doris Merlini and Jessie Skura all observe birthdays as will Debbie McCool, Chris Kertes, Mary Nagle, Patty Nagy, Edith Dibosky and Olivia Sawinski on the 17th. Happy Birthday to All!
A belated anniversary greeting goes to Deb and Leo Vermeulin who celebrated their 39th anniversary on June 5.On June 12 Christopher and Margaret Conrad, Gerald and Lillian Duke and Richard and Mary Louise Lingafelt observe their wedding anniversaries as will Christopher and Barb Martino on the 13th and Robert and Lori Bennett on the 14th. On the 15th James and Irene Krumenaker and James and Patricia Steberger observe anniversaries as will Patrick and Dorothy McCool on the 16th and James and Imy McMullen on the 17th. Happy Anniversary to each couple!
My granddaughter Tasja Reed and Jeremy Kimball will be getting married this Saturday, June 13. Hope the rain stays away as the event will be held in my yard here in Lilly at 1:00 PM. The family is excited.
Remember above the bucket a day coal stove there was a vent in the ceiling to allow heat to rise to the second floor. The vent also was a means for little ones to watch if Santa was downstairs.