Around the Town
and Happy Birthday to Jane Kerstetter, Michelle Ranio of Bellefonte, and Kule Poage!
Quote of the Day
“Wealth is not in having great possession, but in having few wants.”
Word of the Day
Apophenia — The perception of connections or meaning in unrelated or random phenomena.
Congratulations to Charles Kowalewski who hit a hole-in-one at Belles Springs Golf Course on April 6. This is Kowalewski’s sixth hole-in-one which he made at the eighth hole with a 25 Hybrid club. Witnesses were Donato Savini and Ron Kilgus.
Come for the day or bring your camper or tent the weekend of April 9, 10 and 11 and enjoy time with friends and families while helping to cleanup the Clinton County fairgrounds and and prepare for the 2021 season. Best news of all is it is free camping to anyone who is willing to work with fair personnel. For more information contact Donna Welch 570-295-8887 or Barb Forshey 570-263-0356.
Change of Hours for Old School Market
Old School Market has returned to their normal hours of 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Other dates to keep in mind are: Old School Market will be joining the Rote Community Yard Sales on April 23 and 24. Market will be normal hours of 9-7 on Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Let’s “Fill the Field” for the weekend! Anyone who wishes to join them is welcome to set up outside in the field.
Hometown Hero Banner Program
Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. is selling Hometown Hero Banners for the 2021-22 streetlight banner program. The banners can honor a veteran, an emergency responder, or, new this banner round, a front-line health care worker. The banners will be unveiled and introduced during a special ceremony in August and will hang on streetlights in Lock Haven for the next two years. New banners cost $200; reprinted banners are $100; and to hang a previously printed banner is $50. 570-748-1576 / lockhaven.org