Around the Town
and Happy Birthday to Kim Welch of Mill Hall and her grandson Gannon Vonada of Lamar!
to Kenneth Dickey Sr… Kyle Rupert of Lock Haven (belated).
Word of the Day
Insufflate — To blow or breathe (something) in.
Quote of the Day
“It’s better to be a lion for a day than a sheep all your life.”
— Elizabeth Kenn
Calling all 2020 seniors
There’s still time to get your photograph on the front windows of The Express on Main Street, Lock Haven. All 2020 seniors from local high schools and colleges are invited to join the display. Send your photo to Lana Muthler at email@example.com or drop it off at The Express, and join this wonderful group of graduates.
Beginning June 7, Sunday morning worship services will start again at 9 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Loganton, and at 10:20 a.m. at Albright United Methodist Church in Loganton.
Next Tuesday, June 2, is primary election day and local officials report all 34 Clinton County precincts will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Only voters who are registered Democrat or Republican can vote in this primary election.
A wonderful day
If you were out and about Sunday to put flowers on graves in local cemeteries, you must have seen a beautiful sight. It was a lovely day and the colorful array of flowers on graves along with the new crisp American flags on veterans’ graves was something to see. It certainly made you think about something besides the pandemic, as we remembered loves ones who’ve gone before us and the soldiers and sailors who served in the military, some losing their lives to keep us free.
God bless them all.
Owls don’t have eyeballs. Instead, they have eyetubes — which can’t be moved back and forth. To compensate for this, owls have incredibly flexible necks, which can turn up to 270 degrees.