Soup and Dessert
Photo by Candis Rieder
The Second Harvest Food Pantry gave away 9000 pounds of food to more than 135 local families on Saturday, Oct. 1. The next food give away will be held Nov. 12.
The Sugar Grove Free Library is once again planning to have the successful 6th annual soup, dessert and book fundraiser. It will be held at the library on Tuesday, November 8th (Election Day), at 11 a.m. until all supplies are gone. The types of soups we will have will be a choice of the ever popular cheesy potato or the delicious vegetable beef. There will also be bread, crackers, and a choice of dessert, donated by some of our best Sugar Grove hometown bakers.
Dine in or carry out. There will also be a huge book sale with many books and DVD's materials to browse through. The cost for the event is just a donation to the library with our thanks. If you would like more information, or are interested in donating ingredients for the soup or making a dessert, please contact the library staff at 489-7872. Mark your calendars to attend this event on Election Day.
Craft and Vendor Show
The Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department will be the place for the Holiday Craft and Vendor show on Saturday, Nov. 19. There is room for dozens vendors to have tables at the show. If you would like to be scheduled to have a table for the sale, there is still room for more. Please contact Linda York at 489-7750 for more information
Mark your calendars to come out for this great day of holiday shopping in Sugar Grove.
A community lunch is provided at the local area churches. The first Friday of each month lunch is provided at the Mission Covenant Church. The second Thursday lunch is provided at the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church. The third Wednesday lunch is provided at the Hessel Valley Lutheran Church. All lunches begin at 11:30 a.m. and everyone is welcome to attend. All are invited to attend. On Thursday, Oct. 13, the Community Lunch at the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church will benefit Morgan Zaffino. All monies received that day will be given to help Morgan and her family.
The Lottsville United Methodist Church will be having a Harvest Dinner on Friday, Oct. 7, from 4:30 7:30 p.m. The menu includes Turkey, Stuffing, Ham, Mashed Potatoes, ColeSlaw, Harvest Beets, Rolls, Homemade Pies and more. Plan to attend.
The Knights will celebrate Homecoming tonight with their much anticipated game against the Youngsville Eagles. It promises to be a packed house so come early and get in on all the fun and support your team.
The Eisenhower Homecoming Dance will be held Saturday, Oct. 8, from 7 10:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale through today with a single ticket price of $8 and a couple ticket price of $15. The dance is for all those students in grades 7 through 12. Throughout the week the Eisenhower students have been celebrating Spirit Week. Monday was Farmer Day, Tuesday was Twin Day, Wednesday was Opposite Gender day, Thursday was Flashback Day and Friday is Blue and Gold Day.
Sugar Grove Elementary School Picture Day is scheduled to be held at school on Oct. 20.
Portrait Day is also back at Eisenhower High School with pictures being taken on Oct. 26.
It is time to take yearbook orders for the 2011-12 Eisenhower Yearbook. The cost is $55. Payment plans are available. Contact Jostens.yearbook.com for more information.
Reminder, that the Warren County School District will not be holding classes on Monday, Oct. 10. This is a professional development day for teachers. Also on Friday, Oct. 21, the WCSD will be observing a half day of school. Student will be dismissed at 11 a.m.
Today at 8 p.m. the Sugar Grove Free Methodist will hold its second Astro Night. Come on out all you star gazers and get a beautiful view of the night sky. For more information on what you need to bring or planets and stars we hope to view you can call 489-7725.
On Saturday, Oct. 15, at 11 a.m. the AMVETS Post #50 will be holding a bake sale to benefit the Sugar Grove Elementary School. All donations for the bake sale may be dropped off on Friday or Saturday.
Throughout the Month of October there are many happenings at the AMVETS Post #50. Mark your calendar and plan to join in on the fun. October 8th music will be provided by Loose Change beginning at 8 p.m. October 15th music will be provided by Allergic Reaction beginning at 8 p.m. October 12th will be the Auxiliary dues paying party with the White Elephant auction beginning at 6 p.m. Pay your dues by 8 p.m. and be entered into a contest to win a lifetime membership. Oct. 22 will be the Annual Turkey Party beginning at 7 p.m. Many kinds of meats will be raffled off as well as other prizes and the public is welcome to attend. On Oct. 29, there will be a kids Halloween party starting at 11 a.m. with entertainment by the Bubblegum Machine. On Oct. 26, there will be an Adult Halloween Party at 8 p.m. with music provided by Total Chaos. Also remember there is Bingo every Saturday at 2 p.m. to benefit the veterans programs in the area.
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, the Feingold Association of the United States will be holding a workshop at the Eisenhower High School from 3:30 5 p.m. Many learning, health, and behavior problems begin in the grocery cart. This workshop is intended to help you learn that the brands of ice cream, cookies, chips, etc. that we select in the grocery store can have a direct effect on the behavior, health and ability for our children to learn.
Renee Shutters will explain how to implement the Feingold Program affordably and provide us with strategies for staying successful with being healthy. Many symptoms can be helped by changing a diet. Just a few of those are: ADHD, Asthma, Autism, Bedwetting, Depression, Dyslexia, Ear Infections, Eye Problems, Headaches, migraines, IBS, OCD, Seizures, Sleep problems, Speech problems, and more.
The Second Harvest Food Bank distribution from it's mobile food pantry was held on Saturday, Oct. 1. The Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church located at 210 Jamestown Street is the host site for the Northern part of Warren County for this program. Second Harvest is the major supplier of food to charitable agencies throughout Northwestern Pennsylvania.
They obtain products from the organization's warehouse and distribute them to individuals and families facing hard times in 11 counties. Last Saturday the 35+ volunteers moved 9000 pounds of food and the organization provided food to more than 130 local families. The next Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry will be held on Saturday, Nov. 12.