Senior Center Menu
Photo by Linda Scott
TCCS students at Senior Center
Students from Tidioute Community Charter School walked to the Senior Center to sing some Christmas Carols for those in attendance.
Thursday, December 29 will be Fish, potatoes, vegetables, dessert and beverages.
Monday, January 2 the center will closed.
Tuesday, January 3 will be Stuffed Peppers and Cabbage, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, January 5 will be Chili, cornbread, dessert and beverages.
Tidioute Lions Club has a fresh supply of three sizes of brooms for sale at a cost of $10, $9 and $7.
Please contact Lion Club President-Jim Bees at 463-7780, Carmen Fedele at 484-7758 or Betty Marshall at 484-5095 or any of the other Lions Club members for more information or to purchase your brooms.
Also, Lion Daisy McDonald and several other ladies in Tidioute are planning to crochet or knit wool helmet liners for the troops.
If you would like to assist in this project, or would like more information on the liners please contact Daisy at 484-7758.
During the month of November ditches on Youngsville Road and McCauley Hill Road were cleaned and pot holes were filled with cold patch.
Althom Road had ditches and pipes cleaned along with the filling of pot holes.
Gravel was laid as part of the Hilltop Drive project and regular equipment maintenance was preformed on the equipment as well as winter maintenance.
The Fern Hollow Project, per the township project engineer, had been approved but the permit was in the mail. A promised e-mail confirmation from the engineer prompted the go ahead to start the project. Signs would go up on indicating the road would be closed. Due to the weather the contractor, Turner Enterprises, was given the approval to obtain an additional pump if necessary to pump excess water. In addition, a motion was made to extend the completion date for the Fern Hollow Project to June 20, 2012 due to the delay in receiving the permit and the weather.
A new sign to indicate McCauley Hill Road where it meets Youngsville Road as well as another sign for Althom Road where it meets the Brokenstraw Township line will be forthcoming.
The backhoe is now paid in full and the township has received the title.
The 2012 budget was approved and adopted. The township continues to need two auditors to complete the 2011 Annual Report. Any resident of Deerfield Township that would be interested in working on the audit is asked to contact the township secretary/treasurer, Sharon Flasher at 563-4047.
Members of the Watson Grange would like to thank the Downtown Nail Salon, Kim's Cafe, Jock Shop of Warren, Crone's Drugstore, Bella Capelli, Thorne's BiLo of Warren, and Watts Office Supply as well as all the individuals that contributed to the Breast Cancer Awareness Basket.
Deanna Hollabaugh, Chairperson of the Deaf and Community Service, presented a check in the amount of $208 to Lois, a volunteer who represented the American Cancer Society.
At the recent open meeting presided over by Master Bob Hollabaugh, several bags of non perishable food items were collected for the Salvation Army Food Bank. Members of Watson Grange do this instead of having a gift exchange.
Other business of the evening included the installation of Rob Burris to the Executive Committee and Matthew Irons to the Finance Committee, both will serve a three year term.
Discussion on a quilt block for the front of the Pomona Grange building as a attempt is made for all fairs in Pennsylvania to participate in the Quilt Trail.
A program of Christmas readings and games concluded the meeting followed by refreshments.
Craft nights are planned for Jan. 9 and Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. at the home of Alice Weaver.
The next meeting will be the Annual Dues Paying and Quarterly Birthday Dinner at the home of Orren Wood and Betty Berry at 6:30 p.m.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members will hold a Bingo game at Buccardo's Restaurant on Sunday, Jan. 8 with the doors opening at 2 p.m. and the games beginning at 3 p.m.
All are welcome to come and play.
Fire Department Bingo
There will be Bingo at the Tidioute Firehall on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 1 p.m.
Doors will open at noon.
1. Larry Wolford, Stacey Benner, Andy Proper, Sandy Jamieson, Joshua Spargo, Fred Johnson, Bill Cyphert
2. Gina Sudul, Kristy Huntoon, Abby McLaughlin
3. Lilly Sabella
4. Nathan Hulings, Miles Simons
5. Nicole Arnold, Jill Spargo, Forest Shoemaker, Eric Kinnear, Mike Dashner, Mark Dashner
6. Conor Coughlin, Richard Knight, Cindy Jamieson, Arletta Marsh
8. Kennidee Marotta
9. Lane Buccardo, Harry Glass, Connie Cotterman, Harold Bunce, Carol McIntyre
10. Holly Withington, Danny Mechling, Billy McManigle
11. Hannah Nicholson, Christopher McCauley, Jimmy Gionti, Brian McKay, Ben Barton
12. Michelle Cantrell, Jennifer King
13. Bill Wentworth, Johnathan Logan, Michelle McKay-Kehoe, Michael Roofner, Troy Moore
14. Jeremy Jamieson, Cookie Nelson, Dee Ludwig, Brooke Sveda
15. Jim Nicholson, Nancy Sheckler, Alissa Lowe, Grant Nuttall
16. Jayda Myers, Owen Schott, Boyd Weilacher
17. Walter Stover, Shelly Kagle, Jim Higgins, Ralph Bush
18. Neil Schwab, Bud Weiser, Andy Heenan, Rhonda Matie, Dan Gazalie
19. Suzanne Steffee, Annette McKown, Polly Nicholson, Tyler Sutton, Janet Moore
20. Kyle Zaffino, Al Waine, Shonnah Shoemaker, Brandon Byrum, Dick Brown, Tracey Klos, James R. Nicholson
21. Mary Watson, Vicky White, David Brocklehurst
22. Kasey Heenan, Charlotte Gazalie, Diane Jamieson, Angela McGraw, Karrah Reese, Rachel Schwab
23. Joannah Glass, Dale Sheckler, Audra Ducal
24. Jacob Downey, Sandy Mellon
25. Barb Fulkman, Shawn Downey
26. Kathy Jones, Tammy West, Nancy Percell
27. Gail McCracken, Zachary McGraw, Martha Smith, John Swartz, Skip Weilacher, Tim Craft
28. Ed Hart, Frank Pagley, Thomas York, Debbie Genter, Sam Sabella, Sandy Paulmier
29. Jack Fulkman, Marcella Stover, Donna Lanager, Julie Lindemuth, Beverly Redick
30. Katie Sutton, Mike Cassese, Gaige Gazelie, Donna Bemis, Aaron McCauley
31. Judy Fedele
Any organization or individual who has any information for the Tidioute section please call Linda Scott at 484-7525 or e-mail information to her at email@example.com.
It has been a pleasure writing about the happenings in Tidioute and I look forward to another fulfilling year.
Thank you to all those who have shared their news with me so I could pass it along.
Your Tidioute Correspondent, Linda Scott.