Former Corry police chief Frank Carnegie is turning 100 years young on May 22. The family had a huge party scheduled for him with many out-of-town guests. That plan was canceled due to the pandemic. Now the plan is a "parade" past his home on North Center Street, across from the cemetery. The Corry police and fire departments, plus friends, will be doing a drive-by salute for him reaching this milestone. Anyone interested in joining the "parade" is asked to meet on White Street at 10:50 a.m. this Friday. If you want to send Frank a card, his address is 1297 North Center Street, Corry, PA 16407.
There was quite a birthday parade for Ryan Mather's 14th birthday featuring 55 cars, a firetruck, a log truck and a bus. He's the son of Eric and Brooke Mather.
Today would have been the District 10 track meet at Slippery Rock. I've been attending that event for years (make that decades) and it's yet another event wiped out.
Happy birthday today to Tom Hansen (aka Colonel Strong Vincent) and Nick Krasa. Kristen Ross celebrates tomorrow, Jill English and Marcelle Jukes Dyne on Monday. Nicole Whiteley-Bahm's big day is Tuesday.
Richard Farver has worked the voting polls for a number of years and received training on the new voting machines. And though it is easy, he is recommending people vote by mail. "I personally am not looking forward to working the polls for several reasons," he says.
Speedy recovery to Jack "The Real" McCoy, Jill Burr's dad. Jill's husband Bruce was on TV news Thursday for being at Kneadful Things bakery and café.
Barb Beebe was in Spring Creek the other day.
Nice to see Abby Bowen working in the clubhouse at North Hills Golf Course. The leagues are now underway so things are busy. But there are no tournaments scheduled, according to course Manager Ron Graham. "With the rule of no more than 25 people together, there's nothing we can do at this time," he told me on Thursday.
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