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Muncy Locals June 26, 2019

June 26, 2019
By BARBARA C. BARRETT , The Luminary

Now that summer is finally here, a few of our local businesses have some tips to survive the heat. Muncy Restoration Works suggests getting your car checked, making sure your AC is working properly, tire pressure is accurate and the battery is charged for long trips. Local auto shops will test your battery for free.

The PA Veterinary Medical Association recommends keeping your pets out of the heat and away from hot cars while unattended. Always give them proper ventilation.

Weis Markets just announced their stores raised $312,000 for more than 120 local animal shelters and pet rescue organizations during its eleventh annual Paws for Pets program. Donations from our area benefitted the Lycoming County SPCA.

It's festival time and I am looking forward to a duo time at the Muncy 4th Friday street festival and Church of the Resurrection Parish Festival on Saturday. That means I won't have to cook a meal and be able to enjoy the great food offered at these events. There's fun and games for everyone, all ages.

On Tuesday, July 2nd, eat dinner at Wendy's from 5 to 8 p.m. and ten percent of all sales will help the Pennsdale UM Church.

On Monday, June 24, 2019 we celebrated the 100th anniversary of Pennsylvania's ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote. The wife of the Governor, Frances Wolf, encouraged us to wear white that day in support of the suffragettes, many of them Quakers, who did the same 100 years ago to get us our right to vote. Featuring the 'Justice Bell' a logo has been created for Pennsylvania organizations to use to mark efforts celebrating this 100 anniversary. Pennsylvania is home to the Justice Bell at the Washington Memorial Chapel in Valley Forge National Park. The logo is available to download at pa.gov/women-vote. The Pennsylvania General Assembly voted to provide women the right to vote on June 24, 1919, and it became national law August 26, 1920.

Muncy Events

Thurs. June 27 the Susquehanna Valley Quiters will meet for their annual picnic. Set up at 5 p.m., eat at 6. Bring a dish to share. Chicken, drinks and table service will be provided. New officers will be elected. Bring quits to sew and share.

Fri. June 28 Muncy 4th Friday, downtown Muncy, 5-9. Food, bounce house, ice cream, contests, live entertainment and more.

Fri. June 28 Card party at Meck Senior Center, 5 p.m. Call 546-2542 for more information.

Sat. June 29 SVQG will have a Quilter's Corner workshop at Pennsdale UM Church starting at 9 a.m. Projects and fabric included.

Sun. June 30 Ice Cream Social at Katys Church, noon to 3 p.m. Call 570-764-2412 for more information. Katy Vandine Church, 440 Katys Church Road Muncy.

Mon. July 1 Construction Club at the Muncy Public Library, at 6 p.m. Children will build a moonlander carrying two marshmallow astronauts inside and, when dropped fifteen feet, must land upright.

Weds. July 3 Preschool Storytime at Muncy Library for ages 3-5, 10 a.m. Join Miss Monica for a fun-filled hour of activities, crafts, and stories designed to prepare your child for kindergarten. This week's activity is Sun and Moon Yoga. Siblings welcome.

Weds. July 3 Celebrate Red, White and Blue day with a party at the Meck Senior Center, luncheon starts at noon.

Fri. July 5 Toddler Tales for ages 1-3, 10 a.m., Muncy Public Library. Join Miss Monica for a fun-filled hour of games, crafts, and activities designed with your active toddler in mind. This week's activity is Sun and Moon Yoga. Siblings welcome.

Mon. July 8 Slime Time for all ages at 6:30 p.m., Muncy Library. Join Miss Tuesday and create slime of every color and texture.

 
 

 

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