This may be of interest to some Corryites. Jim McQuiston will be appearing on the TV show "The Curse of Oak Island" on Tuesday night at 9 p.m. on the History Channel. Jim has given many talks in the area on the subject.
Reid the tallest McCray is the new Missy Moosey, I'm told.
Great to see that Dillion Cross is now an MP in the United States Marines Corps.
Mike McCray (the one from Sander's Markets) met up with an old friend, Tony Vanchieri, on his recent trip to Las Vegas.
Belated birthday wishes yesterday to Corry Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Chris Hornick. Today's wishes go out to Bob DeMauri, Hy Daley and Sam Vanchieri. Kathy Dahl will celebrate on Tuesday,
My niece, Andrea, delivered baby Kameron four weeks early weighing 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Mom and baby are doing great. It's grandbaby number six for my sister, Teri, but none from me.
The Corry cheerleaders are sponsoring a breakfast Sunday from 8 to 11 a.m. at the VFW. It's $7 for adults, $5 for children 5 and under.
Kudos to my brother-in-law Mark Majewski who has stepped down as the Cathedral Prep boys coach after 11 seasons. His Rambler teams won six district titles and five region crowns. He posted 177 wins at Prep and 312 counting his years as the Villa Maria boys coach. He ran a highly respected program where academics counted as much as anything. He works with CAHS grads Pete and John Zaphiris at Great Lakes Insurance.
Finally, I'm glad to be "Home Again" after a week in the hospital. My infections are under control with antibiotics so no more IVs, blood or heart checks. Thanks to the many folks who sent along their concerns. I hope to never have anything like that again.
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