Pennsville VFD Auxiliary will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the firehouse. They will be cleaning.
Penn Township trustees will meet 8 p.m. Wednesday at the township hall.
Pennsville United Methodist Women meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the fellowship room. Becky Martin will present the program.
Pennsville Community wxtends sympathy to the Max B. Hill family.
The information about the Pennsville Fireman's Festival was not correct last week.
The correct information is oldest fire truck, Stockport Fire Department; newest fire trick, M&M Fire Department; best appearing fire truck in service, Chesterhill Fire Department; best appearing grass fire truck in service, Chesterhill Fire Department; oldest antique vehicle, Joe Hadem; best appearing antique vehicle, Joe Hadem; oldest antique tractor, Jeff Williams; best appearing bicycle and rider, Hayden Demster; best appearing float, Morgan County Republicans; best appearing ATV, Colton Young. Bicycle give away sponsored by Welsh Water Hauling winner was Jake Mayle.
Appreciation to all the local sponsors that donated the trophies for the Firemen's Festival.
Mary Yerian of Glouster received a call from Gene (Grimes) Hill and she states she's feeling better and getting along well.
She moved from Indianapolis, Innd. and she misses the Florida sunshine.
She is a cousin of this correspondent.
Mae Milhoan received a card from her niece, Gretchen Yerian and she has been vacationing in London, England. She returned home on Thursday.
Andrew Yerian and Chelsa live at Athens and visited Mary Yerian on Thursday.
Mae Milhoan received a call from her daughter, Shelly Mason of Lubbock, Texas and they've had temperatures over 100 degrees for the last 10 days and no rain.
She states she hopes the weather will change soon.
On Saturday, Bev Sidwell and Mae Milhoan went to New Lexington to car shop and to buy supplies.
They plan on going to Athens this week to see cars.
Beverly Sealock is a longtime columnist for The Parkersburg News & Sentinel.