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. Linda will soon be contacting the people who were signed-up for last year’s trip. If there are any openings, then the trip will be offered to other interested people. The itinerary will be the same and the price has only gone up slightly. Stay tuned for more information!
Carry-out lunches. Both the Mt. Top and the Parsons Centers are still doing carry-out lunches. When you see something you would like for lunch (spaghetti, lasagna, turkey, ham etc.) just call the Center in the morning or the day before and tell them you want to pick up a lunch. They will have it ready for you and you can give the cook your donation.
Something to brighten your day! Watch youTube.com. Search “Jay Leno vents about flying on the airlines, on the Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson 8/07/1987”
ST PATRICK BRINGS A PROMISE
It ought to come in April, or, better yet, in May,
when everything is green as green-I mean St. Patrick’s Day.
With still a week of winter this wearing of the green
seems rather out of season-it’s rushing things, I mean.
But may be March is better when all is done and said;
St. Patrick brings a promise, of springtime just ahead!
Wondrously February withdraws to
warm March with a golden glow
from Spring’s shining sun sent
down to lead the way
for April’s soothing showers
soon to bring fragrant flowers
and dance on May’s blossoming bounty.
WEIRD FOOD LAWS
- In Iowa, it’s illegal to have a rotten egg.
- In Joliet, IL it’s illegal to put cake in a cookie jar.
- In Pennsville, NJ, it’s illegal to sell baskets of cucumbers.
- In Waco, TX, banana peels cannot be tossed on the streets.
- In Memphis, TN, it’s against the law to sell bologna on Sundays.
HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!!