Thank you those who organized and supported the first Sugar Grove Community Night Getting Volunteers connected on Tuesday, May 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Sugar Grove Fire Hall.
The Sugar Grove Borough Council along with the Sugar Grove Township designed this evening to get the community connected to all the resources available in the area.
Loads of information
The Sugar Grove community turned out to gain valuable information from numerous organizations in their area.
Information was provided to hundreds of people from the American Red Cross, the Board of Elections the Chandler's Valley Community Center, the Community School Ownership Initiative, Experience, Inc, RSVP & Link, the First Presbyterian Church and the arboretum project, the Hill & Dale Garden Club, the Ministries of the Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church with its Imaginative Preschool, Little Chickadee Day Care, After School Program, Summer Day Camp Program, OutPost Care and Share Shop and local Food Pantry with Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry.
Also on hand were Love Inc., PennDOT, the Rouse Estate, Sheriff Ken Klakamp, the Sugar Grove Area Sewage Authority, Sugar Grove Borough Council, Sugar Grove Free Library with numerous activities for adults and children, the Sugar Grove Township Supervisors, the ministries of the Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, the Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department, the Warren Forest Counties EOC , the Warren County Dairy Promotion Committee, the Warren County Historical Society, the Release time education program teachers, AARP and Agency on Aging, and TAWC also brought a bus for free rides around town.
Thank you to all who came out. It was an evening of information that enabled the residents of Sugar Grove to learn more about the many organizations that are available to help them, and to which they can lend-a-hand to provide help others.
Currently there is a population of 1,723 residents in Sugar Grove Township and 614 residents in Sugar Grove Borough.
American Legion of Sugar Grove Post 758 is offering three scholarships to Eisenhower High School seniors. Information is available at the Eisenhower Guidance Office on this and other local scholarships.
Sugar Grove Borough Council met on Monday, May 7 for its monthly meeting. Council members present were Mayor Dutch Strand, Council President Kevin McIntyre, Kevin Nicklas, Bob Snyder, Pete Allenson, and Greg Wilson with secretary Karla LoPresti.
Upcoming events in Sugar Grove Borough that were discussed will be the Sugar Grove Cruise In, Sugar Grove Borough Clean up Day, and the First Sugar Grove Community Night.
Discussion as always took place on parks, playgrounds and sidewalks as well as streets, roads, and bridges with a focus on discussion concerning Maple Street in the Sugar Grove Overlook area.
Councilman Dave Slater has resigned from his position on the borough council.
Residents will notice in the coming weeks the installment of new pedestrian crossing signs on Main Street located in the street area out from Wilcox Brothers and also from the Skylars Station area. These signs will be removed each evening.
Clean Up Day
Sugar Grove Borough Clean up Day has been scheduled for Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Drop off point is in the parking lot across from the post office. This clean up day is for Sugar Grove Borough residents only. The cost is $5 per load and must be unloaded by the resident. No batteries, tires, or wet paint allowed, electronics.
The Annual Sugar Grove Cruise In will be Friday, May 25 from 4 to 8 p.m. There is a $7 entry fee at the fire hall and the proceeds will benefit the Sugar Grove Community development council. The first 100 cars or motorcycles will receive a dash plaque.
This event happens rain or shine. Come on out and enjoy the oldies music and chicken BBQ.
For more information, call 814-622-4402.