The Presbyterian Women's Association will meet on Thursday, April 15 at the Tidioute Senior Center at 10 a.m. and then stay for lunch following the meeting.
Dental Center meeting
Photo by Linda Scott
Trusses are in place
Work on the new Tidioute Area Health and Dental Center is going quite well with the Trusses being put in place on Monday, April 12. The weather has been perfect for the work to progress so well and it is nice to see this project coming to a reality.
The regular monthly meeting of the Tidioute Area Health and Dental Center will be held on Monday, April 19, at 7 p.m. at St. John Center.
All committee members are urged to attend in order to participate in a funding discussion.
The quarterly birthday dinner honoring Alice Weaver and Orren Wood preceded the recent meeting of Watson Grange which was presided over by Master John Hollabaugh.
Watson Junior Grangers will do their annual road cleanup on Saturday, April 17 beginning at 9 a.m. Other help will be greatly appreciated.
April being National Garden Month was the theme for the Literary Program with Alice Weaver and Deanna Hollabaugh participating.
A game was also held naming the State Flowers with each member receiving a pack of zinnia seeds.
Upcoming events include: Family Turkey Party on Saturday 17 with the doors opening at 6 p.m. and the games beginning at 7 p.m.
Next regular meeting will be on Thursday, April 22 with potluck for refreshments.
Grange Day on Tuesday, May 4 will be at the Radisson in Camp Hill.
Clean up of the Lenhart Cemetary will be on Tuesday, May 4 with a rain date of Tuesday, May 11.
Warren-Forest Pomona Grange will be on Saturday, May 8 at the Pomona Building on the Warren County Fair Grounds at 9 a.m.
Quilt block work bee on Tuesday, May 11 it that date is not needed for the cleanup of Lenhart Cemetary.
Parade Committee chairperson, April Sudul, has announced the theme for this year's Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Parade to be held on Saturday, Sept. 24.
The parade will start at noon, rain or shine.
Anyone wishing to enter a unit in the parade should contact April at 814-706-4567 or fill out an entry form and return it to her.
Parade forms have been mailed to past participants in the parade, if you do not receive one within the next week or two please contact April at 814-706-4567.
Meter attendant needed
Tidioute borough is seeking to fill the position of Meter Attendant as soon as possible.
Applications can be obtained at the borough office until April 23 at 3 p.m.
On Thursday, April 8, Jill Connelly and Jill Hall of Warren Manor and Lynn Espin of the Office of Aging presented a program of Food Safety.
Jill Connelly told those present about 10 Myths concerning food and food storage and stressed the importance of having thermometers in both your refrigerator and freezer.
A good rule to follow regarding food is, "If in doubt..Toss It Out"!!
Jill Hall had two drawings for door prizes which were won by Arletta Marsh and Pat Sveda.
Lynn Espion asked those "Older Americans" present to submit entries on any of three formats for "My Recipe of Strength" contest.
Three of the members joined the Endeavor Center for a trip to Pittsburgh to the Heinz History Center, a ride on the Incline and have lunch at Jerome Bettis's Grill. They all had a very interesting and fun trip.
A shopping trip to Corry is planned for Wednesday, April 21, if you are interested in taking this trip, please call the Tidioute Senior Center at 484-3020 to sign up.
There was a good turn out for lunch and there is always room for more.
The annual Alumni Basketball Game at Tidioute will be held at the Charter School on Saturday, April 17.
For more information please contact Ted Nuttall at 730-3858, Jacki Nuttall at 730-9422 or Trustin McDonald at 484-3550.
Triumph Township residents will have an opportunity to clean up and get rid of all the excess trash that has been accumulating over the winter.
Clean up is set for Saturday, May 8 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the township building.
Cost is $10 per pick up load.
No Tires or Batteries please.
Members of the Watson Junior Grange will hold a benefit dinner for the Bob Joseph Family on Saturday, May 8 at the Watson Grange Hall located on Route 337 between Tidioute and Warren.
Time of dinner is from 4:30 until 7 p.m.
Menu will consist of chicken and biscuits, mashed potatoes, vegetable and dessert.
CPL. Steven A. Vincent would like to thank all those who sent him care packages while he was serving in Afghanistan.
Vincent has returned to Camp Lejeune on April 6.
His parents and sisters were there waiting for him as he returned to Camp Lejeune.
This week is community Banking Week and to commemorate this the Tidioute Branch of Northwest Savings Bank will be holding a bake sale on Friday, April 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All proceeds will go to the Cancer Society for the Relay for Life.
Judy Klinestiver and two time survivor and former Northwest Savings Bank employee will be at the bake sale so please be sure to stop by and say hello.
Bob Crowley of Warren was present to discuss the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwestern PA Mobile Food Pantry Program that has distributing food in local communities and has been working with Pam Bova of Northwest Savings Bank manage of the Tidioute Branch to set up a site in Tidioute.
They are currently looking for a location with a non-profit organization, church or community center or other group that has a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) to plan the distribution of a truckload of grocery products. The site should be a place where the Second Harvest delivery truck can be easily unloaded, and clients can enter and take away their food with little difficulty.
This Second Harvest Food Bank is not to be confused with the Food Commodities already being distributed by the Salvation Army at the Tidioute First Methodist Church with chairperson-Jeri Lee Higgins and her volunteers.
Members of the Tidioute area who are eligible can receive form both organizations.
Police Chief Steven Vincent reported traveling 686 miles and investigated 21 complaints and charges.
Walt Snavley, borough manager reported receiving the Annual Report form the County Commissioners.
The blighted property on Kinnear Street has be completely torn down.
Spring clean up is set for Saturday, May 8, from 8 a.m. to noon, cost is $5 per car load, $10 per pickup load, and $5 per appliance.
They are requesting that no batteries, tires or paint be brought to the clean up site.
Council agreed to accept donations for the cost of the flowers to plant the planters throughout the business district. Donations can be sent to the Borough Office, 174 Main ST, Tidioute.
A new meter attendant is needed and those who are interested should stop by the borough office and fill out an application. Applications will be accepted until Friday, May 23, at 2 p.m.
A discussion was held on the W.W.II re-enactment which is set for Saturday, Aug. 7. More information will be forth coming.
Donations will also be accepted for the Summer Supervised Playground for 2010. All donations should be sent to Tidioute Borough Office and marked Supervised Playground.
Work is still being done on the Main Street ballfield.
The March Treasurers report was accepted and permission was granted to pay the bills.
Another meeting has been set up between the borough and Tidioute Volunteer Fire Department.
A Farmers Market for the Summer months was discussed and more information will be obtained for another meeting.
The annual Car Show is set for Saturday, May 29 at the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Grounds.
17 Alumni Games at TCCS
19 Health and Dental Center Meeting at 7 p.m. ST John Center