By R.L. McCray

Anything going on? Email me at rlmccray@thecorryjournal.com.

Till Top Creamery's new business is owned and operated by Alan and Alyssa Royek. The Royek family has always been passionate about and dedicated to the dairy industry. It's where the former Linden Plumbing business was on Pennsylvania Avenue.

The Moose Club will be hosting a karaoke contest next weekend. Kelly Mack really is looking forward to it. Wonder if she'll wear her pajamas?

Nice to see that Ron Rairie received over 90 birthday wishes for his 90th birthday and a visit from his fellow Mason members.

A fundamentals of photography class will be held at 3 Broke Girls Gallery on Thursdays, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 from 6:30-8 p.m. Classes will be taught by top-notch photographer, Dan McEldowney. The price is $40 for the two-part class. Phone 814-964-3282 for details.

Sympathy to the family and friends of Mike Sample, Dan Sabat, Scott Wallace, Steve Sandberg and Charles Kunovic.

The recent Corry boys holiday basketball tourney had a special interest to our scorekeeper, Anna Joncas. She is a teacher at Eisenhower High School. Corry played Ike in its first game. Anna said that most of the team are either current or former students of hers.

Aaron Grinder is a season-ticket holder this season for his beloved Buffalo Bills. He watched them clinch last Sunday along with his wife Betsy, plus friends Julia (Andrus) and Aaron Coseo. Last I knew Aaron was working for WQLN. He is Nancy DeMauri's son. The Grinders are looking forward to the playoffs.

Happy birthday today to Chris Faulkner, Wimp Daniels and Dale Willink, tomorrow to Scott Merkle and Monday to Angie Whaley. Angie's husband John recently retired and is "playing it by ear" on things to do.

Dan Gates tells me that there will be open gyms for both baseball and softball starting next week. See Corry Little League Facebook page.

There's another Mexican night at the Corry VFW this Monday from 3:30-7 p.m. with takeouts available.

I'm told that Corry grad Ann Popovich Dixon (1980) had her home hit by the wildfires that tore through Colorado.

My class of 169 has several birthdays this month kicked off tomorrow by Scoop Sample and Debbie French. I missed Frank Zalik's on Jan. 4.

Many Corryites used to go to Conneaut Lake Park to ride the now destroyed Blue Streak Roller Coaster, including Jim Seitz.

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