The Village of Adelphi has hired a maintenance man.
Introducing John Getz.
John will be working around the village doing many different tasks. If you see him out and about, please take a moment to introduce yourself so he will get to know the village residents.
John grew up just a couple miles south of Adelphi on SR 327. He is married to Heather (Young) Getz and has a son, Bryan Seth, who will be graduating from high school this year. John independently owns and operates a lawn care and landscaping business on the side called ‘Raking it in Lawn Care’. John says when he’s not working, he likes to spend time with his family.
November’s Movie Pick is the recently released Incredibles 2.
OCTOBER’S MOVIE PICK IS HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA
EVEN MONSTERS NEED A VACATION !
TRICK OR TREAT
Saturday Sept. 15th Events at the Auto/Motorcycle Show.
Come to the Opera House at 2:30 pm and show Mike Seymour some appreciation for all his years of collecting and putting together history of Adelphi and of the Surrounding Area for a 5 volume book set. Bring one of your books and have it signed by the Author.
Tickets go on sale today at the Adelphi Branch of The Kingston National Bank for the Comedy Show that’s coming to the Opera House Saturday, September 29th.
Sponsored by the Adelphi Event Committee
Coming to the Opera House this Saturday !!!
Tickets available at the Adelphi Branch of Kingston National Bank.
Seating $10.00. Free popcorn and pretzels.
On Monday July 30th, the final Stories in the Park took everyone to Muddy Boots Farm on Moccasin Road where Tammy Speakman, proprietor, read the children a book called ‘Muddy Paws’ which was about a puppy on a farm. Muddy Boots Farm was a wonderful place to visit, and to have the end of summer reading program party.
Thanks to Helen Platz for heading up this program, Kingston National Bank for sponsoring it, Tammy Speakman for allowing everyone access to the farm and animals, and all the other featured speakers that presented this year.