Some very encouraging news! As of this moment the arrangements for our trip to Lancaster have been made. The trip will be July 20 – 22, 2021. We have just a couple of openings for this trip. The price is $500 per person based on double occupancy and $620 for a single. If you are interested, please call 304-478-2423 and ask to be on the waiting list. We will let you know for sure in a couple of weeks. We will be going to the Sight and Sound Theater to see “Esther”, to the American Music Theater, Kreider Farms where they milk their cows on a carousel, Kitchen Kettle, and several other attractions.
April 4 – 10 is National Library Week and the 6th is National Library Workers’ Day. Please visit your local library and thank the ladies for their hard work. While you are there check out a book. They have some new additions to their collections.
April 7th (today!) is National Walking Day. Weather permitting you should go out for a walk, even if it’s just in your yard. You have been cooped up in the house too long and it will be good for your spirit and your health.
MORE WEIRD FOOD LAWS
- In Mississippi, it is illegal for any county or town to pass a law restricting portion sizes.
- In Gary, Indiana, it is illegal to ride a bus or go to a theater within 4 hours after eating garlic.
- In Idaho, it is a crime to give your significant other a box of candy weighing more than 50 pounds.
- In Greene, NY, it is against the law to eat peanuts and walk backwards on a sidewalk while a concert is playing.
- In Indiana, it is illegal for a liquor store to sell refrigerated soda, as well as chilled mineral water, grenadine, ginger ale, and flavoring extracts.
- In Little Rock, AR, it is against the law to honk your car horn after 9 p.m. if you are in front of a sandwich shop or anywhere cold drinks are sold.
- In Beech Grove, IN people cannot eat watermelon in city parks. (Watermelon has been banned from the parks thanks to their sharp rinds puncturing trash bags.)