Jack Wax party plans progressing
The famed Thurman Jack Wax party is just 35 days away, so reserve the date for this delicious all-you-can eat buffet. Plans call for a wide variety of dishes, including entrees of ham, and turkey. One outstanding offering slated for the event is macaroni and cheese by the renowned Nettle Meadow Farm. Of course, topping off the meal will be the dessert of genuine Jack Wax.
Hoddy Ovitt & The Warren County Ramblers will be providing the musical entertainment from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
This will be 54 years the event has taken place and all the proceeds go to the American Cancer Society. Incidentally, we hear that representatives of the American Cancer Society will be attending the party to recognize the Jack Wax party’s longevity.
Note that a Facebook event page named Jack Wax Party 54th Annual has been set up where people can sign up to donate food items or volunteer their time — or you can contact me, Kathy Templeton, at 623-2967 or via email at: email@example.com .
Special days for Thurmanites
Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on Feb. 7 are Bob and Peggy Florance. Best wishes to them from all of us on this very special occasion!
Celebrating Birthdays this week are John Anthony Kuczmarski, Makayla Griswold and Ethan Schmidt on Feb. 2; Tegan Castro, Jamiee Millington Haskell, and Irene Hall on Feb. 3; Dan Shoemaker and Andy Knoll on Feb. 4; Laura Cameron and Dot Maxam on Feb. 5; Jill Galusha and Jason Baker on Feb. 6; Kevin Bender on Feb. 7; plus Vonda Beattie, Jim DeSourdy, and Kayden Breault on Feb. 8.