Western High School to present a reading of “Afraid of the Dark”. A newlywed couple arrive at the family home for their honeymoon. It’s an isolated country estate belonging to his aunt and supposedly unoccupied. The groom confesses he’s been “afraid of the dark” ever since childhood. The lights suddenly go out! When they come … Continue reading
The Christian Church will host a trunk or treat on Friday, October 24 from 5-8 pm. Come out and have a great time!
The Village of Milton will host a “Trunk or Treat” around the square in Milton Halloween, Friday, Oct 31 from 6-8 pm. Area farms, businesses, churches and organizations are invited to participate. East Pike Fire Protection District will have treat bags and fire prevention goodies for kids. Food, prizes, candy, games and fun for all! … Continue reading
Halloween is quickly approaching and Crime Stoppers of Pike County in conjunction with Pike County D.A.R.E. would like to take this opportunity to remind parents about a few safety precautions. Since most trick or treating is done after dark, light-colored costumes and bags decorated with reflective tape or stickers will make children more visible to … Continue reading
Pittsfield Garden Club meets Friday, Oct 24, 12 pm at Nancy Wessell’s home for a soup luncheon. Bring a dish to share. Barbara Mott will present a program about roses. Meet at the Pike County Senior Center at 11:15 am to carpool. Hostesses are Rosa Whitley, Debbie Grimes, Nancy Wessell, and Bev Grammer.
Trunk or Treat “Trunks” on the Pittsfield square Oct 31 are open to the community! $100 to be given to the best dressed trunk. This is a community event serving all kids in Pike County. All trunks are welcome and encouraged to participate, businesses, family and personal. To register your trunk and for more information … Continue reading
An informational session about the Truck Driver Training Program at John Wood Community College will be Monday, Oct 27, 6:30 pm at the Workforce Development Center, 4220 Kochs Lane, Quincy. Next class starts Monday, Nov 10. Classes meet Monday-Friday, 7 am to 5 pm for four weeks plus a one week pre-session. Representatives from the … Continue reading