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UPCOMING SOCIETY EVENTS
- TEN YEARS AND COUNTING
The Mont Alto Historical Society is celebrating their 10th Anniversary. The Society was founded in October 2006. Beverly Spicer, Tammy Kauffman, Becky Dietrich, Vivian Wagaman and Caryolyn Poffenberger were the charter members.
The anniversary celebration is scheduled for Thursday, October 13. Robert Windemuth from Kittochtinny Historical Society will be presenting a talk with Power Point, The Lay of the Land: What the Settlers Found and How They Changed It.
An Anniversary Edition of the Society Newsletter will be available at the meeting. A sampling of Society artifacts are on exhibit in the Society display case.
The program is free, open to the public and refreshments will be served.
The event will be held at 7:00 PM in the Mont Alto Borough Hall, 3 N Main St. Mont Alto
- Society holiday banquet; To Be Announced
- Society holiday chapel service; Saturday, To Be Announced
SOCIETY DISPLAY CASE
Spring chicken – a young chicken or a young person.
I may not be a spring chicken, but I still have some spring left in my step.
Stay a spring chicken by staying active and involved in life.
Which came first the chicken or the egg?
The eggshell color doesn’t indicate the nutritional value or quality of an egg, but rather the breed of the chicken that laid it. Hens with white feathers lay white eggs. Hens with red/brown feathers tend to lay brown eggs.
Eggs contain 0 carbs, no sugar and are gluten free.
Eggs come with no list of ingredients – just egg.
Eggs contain the highest quality protein you can buy.
To tell if an egg is raw or hard – cooked spin it. If the egg spins easily it is hard – cooked but if it wobbles it is raw.
Back in the day, many homes in Mont Alto had a chicken coop in the back yard.
Take a look at our spring chickens!