There will be an Alumni Meeting for the Tidioute High School/Tidioute Community Charter School on Wednesday, June 2 at 7 p.m. in at the Library.
All those interested in helping with this Reunion are urged to attend.
Photo by Linda Scott
The lumber of Jay Sutton was destroyed by fire on Friday evening. Sutton was not at the mill at the time of the fire and the fire was reported by someone passing by and noticed it.
Photo by Linda Scott
Military service family tradition
Seated in front on left is William F. Brown seated next to his brother-in-law Bill Konkle middle row is Lee Lindemuth, Jake Barton and Bill E Brown and in back row is Les Lindemuth and Chase Brown. William F. Brown is 89 year old and is the oldest veteran in Tidioute who served in W. W. II and is surrounded by members of his family who were also in the military and now take part in the Memorial Day Parade in Tidioute.
Photo by Linda Scott
Basket raffles at Northwest Bank
The Tidioute Office of Northwest Savings Bank is selling raffle tickets to benefit Relay for Life, which is June 25th & 26th at Betts Park in Warren. This display of 3 of the 12 assorted gift baskets is making the rounds of our local offices, along with pictures and descriptions of all 12 baskets. The raffle will be held June 14th. Tickets are available until June 11. Pictured are Judy Klinestiver, former Northwest Savings bank employee and 2-time cancer survivor, “Natalie” their SWITCH character, Tammie Silvis, Wrianna Ross, Pam Bova and Julie Hollabaugh.
Photo by Linda Scott
Stones re-set at cemetery
Greg Borland and his helper worked very hard last week to reset the monuments at Tidioute Cemetery in time for Memorial Day. Borland donated his time and equipment for this hard all day job.
Photo by Linda Scott
Pictured with Waste Treatment Corp. truck are their employees Jim Kays and Bryan Jackson. Waste Treatment Corporation generously donates their time and equipment to Tidioute Lions Club and pick up and dispose of approximately 55 tons of crushed glass from the Lions Club Recycling Center.
Color Guard Marches Through Tidioute on Memorial Day
Knights of Columbus
Council of the Saints # 9304 will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. at ST John Center.
Please attend and bring a member/guest with you.
Tidioute Community Charter School will hold graduation ceremonies on Friday evening June 4 at 7 p.m.
Deerfield Twp Clean-up
Residents of Deerfield township will have a clean up day on Saturday, June 5 from 8 a.m to noon.
Please no tires, paint or shingles.
A cost of $5 per car load, and $10 per pick up load.
Greg Borland, along with an assistant, came to Tidioute last week and spent hours donating their time and knowledge to re-setting the stones at the Tidioute Cemetery.
Vandals decided to wreck havoc on the cemetary and did several thousands of dollars of damage on April 19.
Work by Borland was completed in one full day of hard work.
There were seven large stones weighing close to a ton each and several smaller stones tipped over.
Tidioute Cemetary Association appreciates Borland's work to reset the monuments.
Anyone with information on this incident can still contact the Crimestoppers at 1-800-832-7463 (toll free).
All Southwest Warren County Municipal Association customers in Tidioute will receive their monthly water bill in an envelope this month.
This is due to the letter stating the conditions of the water.
No one needs to be alarmed as this is normal procedures.
Conservation Day 2010
Tidioute Borough would like to thank all who participated in the Conservation Day 2010.
This annual event (this the second year) is when students of the Tidioute Community Charter School work along side the Borough Maintenance employees on community improvement projects.
Teachers join in as well as supervise the children.
A special thank you to Delores Timco who supervised the planting of the planters again this year and offers instruction as well as picking the flowers and designing the planters, Dan and Sue Salm who kept and saved plants from last year in their basement which in turn saved the borough alot of money as the flowers are purchased from the borough budget each year. Also a special thank you to Kelley McKean who organizes this event as well as the Memorial Brick Fund Raiser for the Yearbook at Tidioute Community Charter School.
This year the projects included planting flowers in 22 planters throughout town, re-painting the crosswalks throughout town, completing the brick path or walkway to the Gazebo in Picture Show Park with the most recent order of Memorial Bricks and picking up garbage in the Park and Boat Launch areas. The Student made quick work of all the projects with beautiful results and so the Tidioute Borough would like to say "Thank You" to all for a job well done.
Student of the Year
Karissa McKown, a senior at Tidioute Community Charter School was named Student of Year. She is the daughter of Jay and Annette McKown.
Karissa is detail oriented person and has served as president of Student Council, president of SADD, and co-editor of the yearbook. She is a member of Venture Crew, Academic Bowl, Choir, Envirothon and Drama Club where she has participated in the school plays for the past five years.
Civil duty and a commitment to academic excellence through her volunteer hours at school, church where she teaches Bible school, organizing and running the Blood Drives at Tidioute Community School. She is also a member of the National Society and took college classes while still taking her regular classes at TCCS.
Sports include volleyball, basketball, and softball. In addition to her school activities she still finds to baby-sit for several families in Tidioute.
Karissa was named Miss Tidioute 2008 and she has been accepted at Edinboro University where will major in early childhood education and hopes that someday she can become a Pre-K or Kindergarten teacher.
The lumber mill owned by Jay Sutton of Morrison Hill, burned to the ground on Friday evening.
A passerby noticed the fire and reported it to 911 between 7:30p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sutton had been working at the mill most of the day and had left earlier in the evening to have dinner at a local restaurant only to return and discover his loss.
The mill was built in 1950 with lumber from the family's old barn his grandfather owned. Jay's father ran the mill prior to Jay becoming the owner. Sutton lost several of his tools in the fire as well.
He has plans of rebuilding as soon as he can.
There will be special meeting for Deerfield Township held on Friday, June 4, at 7 p.m. for the letting of bids on MC70 plus any other business brought to the meeting.
Members of the PA State Championship Fishing Tournament committee are currently selling tickets on a 2,000 watt King Craft Generator. Tickets are $1 each and there will be second place prize for a three person Adzenturidge Dome Tent.
The winner number will be determined by the PA Lottery 7 p.m number straight for first place prize and in reverse for the second place prize.
Winner need not be present to win. Drawing will be September 6.
For tickets please contact Butch Glenn at 484-3822 or Buccardo's Restaurant.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members are selling tickets for a 50/50 raffle to be drawn on Saturday, August 7 at 7 p.m.
Tickets at $1 each and winner need not be present to win. You will be notified.
Tickets are available at Buccardo's Restaurant or by calling Butch Glenn at 484-3822.
Veterans, Ladies Auxiliary members, members of the Tidioute Community Charter School and Tidioute residents and campers gathered at the Tidioute VFW Post 8803 and proceeded to the Tidioute Cemetary for services on Monday morning.
Retired Lt. Col. USAF- Bruce Schwab, was Parade Commander. Kenneth McKay was Master of Ceremonies, and he is also the president of the Servicemen's Home Corp. Rev. Dale Timco gave the invocation and the benediction.
State Representative Kathy Rapp gave the address and closed with her thanks and gratitude to those who served.
Tidioute Community Charter School Band played the Star Spangled Banner and an American Mosaic as well as Taps.
Placing of the Wreath was done by Chief Master Sgt.Richard Bunce. Reading of Flanders Field was given by Lt. Carolyn Knight.
Calling of the roll was done by Ret. Lt. Col. USAF-Bruce Schwab with response given by Chief Master Sgt. Richard Bunce.
A Salute to the Dead was done by Pequignot-Yeager Post 8803.
Following the services members marched back to the VFW Post for lunch.
Several families had more then one in the Military and they were here for the Services held in Tidioute.
The William Brown family had eight members present in the parade, Ken McKay and his son Brian McKay; brothers Tom and Pat Heenan; Harold Bunce and his son Richard, Margie Bunce is a member of the Ladies Auxiliary who also marched, twin brothers-Nathan and Johnathan Brown marched and the Hanson brothers.
Lifelong Tidioute resident-William F. Brown, at the age of 89 was just as proud today as he was the first time he marched in a parade in Tidioute following W. W. II.
Following in Brown's footsteps are his sons William E who served with the Army in Viet Nam and Dick Brown who served with the Navy in Viet Nam marched with him in Mondays Memorial Day parade in Tidioute.
Also participating in the parade were Brown's Brother-in-law Bill Konkle who served with the Navy in Korea during W.W. II, Grandson-Chase Brown who served with the Marines in Iraq, nephews Les Lindemuth who served in Viet Nam with the Army, Lee Lindemuth who served with the Army in Haiti and Somalia and Jake Barton who served with the Army in Iraq.
Each one of these men marched to the cemetary and marched back to the VFW on Monday and all still live in Tidioute.
Tidioute would like to say thank you for all you have done for us and we are very proud of each of you for a job well done.
Employees of Northwest Savings Bank in Tidioute are selling raffle tickets on twelve different baskets.
These baskets are making their rounds at the local offices along with the description of each basket.
The raffle will be held on June 14 and tickets will be available until June 11 and are 1 for $1, 7 for $5 and 20 for $10
Proceeds will benefit the Relay for Life which will be held on June 25 and 26 at Betts Park in Warren.
Tidioute Lions Club
Tidioute Lions Club would like to thank Waste Treatment Corporation and their plant supervisor Rick Gorton for their generous contribution of time and equipment to the Tidioute community.
Waste Treatment Corporation provides a truck, driver and assistant four times a year to pick up and dispose of approximately 55 ton of crushed glass from the Lions Club Recycling Center located at 71 Grant Street, Tidioute.
Up Coming Events:
2 Alumni Reunion meeting at Library at 7 p.m.
3 Knights of Columbus at 7:30p.m. at ST Johns Center
4 Graduation at 7 p.m. TCCS
5 Deerfield Township cleanup 8 a.m to 12 noon