Around the Town
and Happy Birthday to Rick Snyder.
Quote of the Day
“The sun, the earth, love, friends, our very breat are parts of the banquet.”
— Rebecca Harding Davis
Word of the Day
Incongruous — Lacking in harmony; incompatible.
Water Boil ends
The water boil advisory for customers of 80 N. Jones St., 75 Spring St., and 95 W. Fourth St. has ended. The city of Lock Haven reports the problem has been corrected and residents need not boil water any longer.
Haneyville Fire Co. will be holding a Chicken BBQ on Saturday, July 4, from 11 a.m. until the chicken is all gone at the fire hall on Route 664. Take outs only; wear masks.
Open office hours
Penn State SBDC will be available for open hours on Wednesdays from 1-2 p.m. Attend to ask a business consultant your most pressing questions regarding disaster relief assistance resources. No appointment required! Simply sign in here to get the log-in information: https://psu.zoom.us/meeting/register/vJYtc-6vpz0iOayIOFmICESqkFXkE8TL3A or https://sbdc.psu.edu/events/open-office-hours-3/
Want to have a movie night with friends or family but can’t because you’re social distancing? Download the Google Chrome extension called Netflix Party and you and your loved ones can watch Netflix titles at the same time on your computers. An included chat room can also allow you to share your reactions with your viewing party.
John B. Hoy Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Due to school not being in session, the application deadline for the John B. Hoy Jr. Memorial Scholarship offered by the Clinton County Solid Waste Authority is being extended to Tuesday, June 30. The Clinton County Solid Waste Authority is offering one John B. Hoy Jr. Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 during the 2019-2020 school year. The applying student, a high school senior or a college freshman, must be a resident of Clinton County. Please visit http://www.waynetwplandfill.com and click on the Education tab for more scholarship information.