Wednesday, March 24, Lenten Luncheon will be held at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church at 11:30 a.m.
Open to all who wish to come and is free of charge.
3rd grade makes Japanese lanterns
Mrs. Schmidt’s third grade class at Tidioute Community Charter School is studying Foreign Culture. As part of their lesson they created Japanese Lanterns. Back row left to right: Sunora Henderson, Lydia Welch, Harley Frey, Brianna Barton, Richard Borland, Dylan Culver, Jessalyn Kray, Shawn Merritt, Matthew Summerville, Patrick Shields, Jared Veasey, Josh Wolff. Front row. Mrs. Monica Morgan, Allexa Morgan, Taylor Johnson, Morgan Silvis, Kylee Harmon, Connor Faulkner, Ryan Williams, Alex Sabella, Brenen Connelly, Damion Collins worth, Zach Fulkman, Brooke Martin, Amber McAfoose, Devon Adams & Mrs. Lisa Schmidt.
Photo by Linda Scott
The Tidioute Lions Club has announced that John McCracken as its newest member. McCracken was installed by IPDG Becky Eldridge on March 16 at the Club’s dinner meeting. Jim Higgins was his sponsor.
Tidioute Health Fair
Once again there will be a Tidioute Health Fair at the Tidioute Firehall from 7 a.m. until noon.
This is being sponsored by Warren General Hospital in cooperation with Tidioute Area Volunteer Fire Department.
Blood testing will require a 12-hour fasting and has a cost of $40 per person. Men can have the PSA for an additional cost of $15.
Other testing will be done for free.
There will be health care providers set up at different stations and will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
For more information please contact Marty Bennett at 484-7372
New Lions member
Tidioute Lions Club is proud to announce their newest member.
John McCracken, who was sponsored by Jim Higgins-Past Secretary was installed by IPDG Becky Eldridge at the Lions Club dinner meeting on Tuesday, March 16.
Winter picnic success
The winter picnic that was held at the Tidioute Presbyterian Church on Saturday was a great success.
A big thanks to all those attended in support of this picnic and also thanks to those who donated and contributed to this and the Chinese Auction.
Spring clean-up for residents and campers in Watson Township will be on Saturday, May 1, from 8 a.m to 2 p.m.
No batteries, solvents or propane tanks accepted. Tires will be accepted for a fee of $1.50 for passenger size tires and a higher fee for larger tires.
Members of the Tidioute Senior Center are still selling chances on a chocolate basket (basket is made of chocolate) and is filled with chocolate treats.
Chances are $1 each and 3 for $2.
Drawing will take place in time for Easter. Winner need not be present to win.
To purchase tickets contact any member of the senior center or Doris Svitek-chairperson, Jim Bees-president or Marian Dashner-secretary.
Monthly lottery tickets
Ladies Auxiliary members of the VFW Post 8803 are now selling their monthly lottery tickets for the month of May.
There are two numbers on each ticket and they sell for $5 each. Winners will be notified by phone.
All unsold tickets become the property of the auxiliary.
Payoffs are $100 for each Sunday, $50 for each Wednesday and all other days pay $25 each.
If you cannot find an auxiliary member, please contact Fran Stoneburg at 484-7708 for a ticket.
Packages for troops
The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 8803 are sending boxes of goodies to our military personnel who are serving outside the United States.
If you have a family member who is serving outside the United States please contact Doris Svitek at 484-7218 or at P. O. Box 105, Tidioute, PA 16351 with a name and correct address so a package can be mailed to them.
Spring Clean-up for Limestone is set for Saturday, May 22, from 8 a.m. till 3 p.m.
There is no charge for township residents or taxpayers.
You must present a utility bill or tax receipt to use the dumpsters.
Lillian Shoemaker is home and recovering quite well from her recent surgery and would like to thank everyone for the cards and flowers while she was in the hospital.
Easter egg hunt
Limestone Township in conjunction with the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament and Tidioute Lions Club will be holding the annual Easter egg hunt at Tippy Ball Field on Saturday, April 3, at 10 a.m., weather permitting.
Michelle Buccardo is the chairperson this year and is looking forward to the children searching for the Golden Egg, one will be placed in each of the three age groups.
In case of rain a new location will be announced and signs posted.
Members of the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee are currently selling tickets for a six foot Easter stocking filled with several games for the young at heart.
Tickets are $1 each and are on sale at Buccardo's Restaurant as well as from committee members and the drawing is set for Saturday, April 3 at the conclusion of the Easter Egg Hunt.
Winner need not be present to win, you will be notified by the committee chairperson Russell Glenn.
Tidioute borough will be holding the Spring Clean-Up on Saturday, May 8 from 8 a.m. until 12 noon.
Townwide yard sales
With Spring comes the cleaning out of the attic and garages and what better way of getting rid of those unwanted items but to have a yard sale.
Tidioute is hosting a townwide yard sale on Saturday, May 29, so start now to clean out those closets, attics and garages. You will be surprised at how much you could earn in just a few hours.
Contact Crystal Heenan to have your location placed on a list of sales happening that day in Tidioute.
Tidioute Alumni Basketball Games will be held on Saturday, April 17.
For more information please contact Ted Nuttall at 730-3858 or Trustin McDonald at the school 484-3550.
Dr. Seuss Night
Tidioute Community Charter School will celebrate Dr. Seuss night on Wednesday, April 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Seuss's birthday will be celebrated by having guest readers, birthday cake, the book fair, with a chance to meet book characters and so much more.
Every student who attends will receive a prize.
The Scholastic Buy One Get One Free Book Fair will be held at Tidioute Community Charter School Tuesday, April 6 through Friday April 9.
24 Lenten Luncheon at Methodist Church 11:30
27 Grand Opening Of Buccardo's 7a.m. to 9 p.m.
Health Fair 7 a.m. till noon
31 Lenten Luncheon at Presbyterian Church 11:30.