By: Douglas Overfield ∼MRC Board Member∼ In honor of Third Fridays in Montrose, here is an interview with Twyla of From the Heart, Public Avenue, Montrose, PA.
By: Douglas Overfield ∼MRC Board Member∼ Dry-laid fieldstone walls are often considered to be as old as humankind and the technique of building stone walls is an art in a most basic element says Ken Ely, a restorer and builder of stone walls and a lifelong Susquehanna County resident. Ken goes on to say that… Continue reading AN ART THAT STANDS THE TEST OF TIME WITH ONE OF OUR MOST BASIC MATERIALS
By: Doug Overfield ∼MRC Board Member∼ Like Superman’s Clark Kent from Smallville, Santa spends most of the year hiding in plain sight in Montrose among the town’s residents; but every Christmas he transforms himself from anonymous resident into Santa Claus, donning a full white beard, dressed in the traditional red suit with white trim and… Continue reading Unknown to Most, Santa Actually Lives in Montrose
By: Doug Overfield ∼MRC Board Member∼ The year was 1952. Young men lined the street in front of the Susquehanna County Courthouse--saying goodbye to moms, dads, wives, girlfriends, and children--as they prepared to board a bus to Scranton, Pennsylvania. Once there, they would catch a flight to infantry training in Fort Knox, Kentucky, aboard… Continue reading Off To War: Insight from a Montrose Native