Senior Center Menu
Thursday, May 17 will be Hot Turkey sandwiches, vegetables, dessert and beverages.
Monday, May 21 will be BBQ Ham sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, May 22 will be Mini Stuffed Meatloaf, vegetables, desert and beverages.
Thursday, May 24 will be Grilled chicken salads.
Tidioute Community Charter School will hold their Spring Concert on Thursday, May 17, at 6 p.m.
All students are to wear red shirts and blue jeans.
The concert will include all elementary students, all band, choir members and guitar class members.
Members of the Watson Grange will meet on Thursday, May 17 at 4 p.m. at the Lenhart Cemetery for the annual Spring cleaning of that cemetery.
Volunteers are needed.
Mobile Food Pantry
The Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry will be held in Tidioute on Saturday, May 19 at the Tidioute Firehall.
Those attending should remember to bring boxes for their food items.
Tidioute borough will host the annual spring yard sales on Saturday, May 19. Most sales will begin at 9 a.m.
These sales will include the usual yard sales, garage sales and rummage sales.
Some of the locations will include one at the Tidioute Community Charter School-on the front lawn. Main Street, Jefferson Street.
A complete list of locations is available at the borough office and sign will be posted throughout the community.
Tidioute Public Library will have a book sale on Saturday, May 19 on Saturday, May 19 at the Library from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Books for all ages will be available.
Anyone with books they would like to donate can drop them off at the Library on Monday and Wednesday from 12 noon till 7 p.m.
Tidioute borough water customers will be receiving their water bills in an envelope for June, they will be mailed out on June 1.
This will include a letter for the Consumer Confidence Report that is require by law to be mailed to water customers.
Also, there will be a special message from SWCMA (Southwest Warren County Municipal Authority).
Students in David Manning's fourth grade class at Tidioute Community Charter School walked to the recycling center on Thursday morning to tour the recycling facility and were able to see first hand the recycling efforts of the Tidioute Lions Club as part of their Science and Community Service class.
Once the tour finished there they boarded a bus and went to Simple Times Museum for a tour and then on to Moore's Garden Shoppe where they picked out flowers that they were going to plant in the planters at the Tidioute Community Charter School's flower boxes.
Tidioute Senior Center members held a Hat Decorating contest for Mothers Day and several members took part in the contest.
Those taking part were Sue Lester, Ruth Gerus, Peggy Watson, Faith Francis, Claudette Knight, Dot Kording, Sally Urbanic, Laurie Rhulander, Martha Smith, Hazel Ord, and Margaret Alberth.
Winners in the hat contest were: for the Prettiest- Claudette Knight, Most Original -Ruth Gerus, Most Unusual-Dot Kording.
Open house at firehall
Once again Tidioute Senior Center will be accepting applications for the Farmer's market vouchers on June 19, 2012.
These are for those age 60 and older with an annual income of $20,665 or one person and $27, 991 for a couple and the vouchers have a $20 value.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament will host a Turkey Party on Sunday, May 27 at the Tidioute Firehall.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the games begin at 7:30 p.m.
Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Snacks and beverages will be provided and the kitchen will be open.
Tidioute borough will hold the annual Spring Clean-Up on Thursday, May 24. This will be our regular trash pick up day and all items to be picked up must be at the curb by early morning as they will be coming earlier that day.
Items they will pick up include appliances such as hot water heaters, stoves-both gas and electric, refrigerators, and car batteries. Scrap metals will also be accepted such as copper pipes, aluminum, glass.
There are several items they will not pick up such as computer monitors, televisions, paint, construction materials, chemicals, or tires.
There is no extra costs for this day, therefore all borough residents and renters are encouraged to take this opportunity to clean up and take advantage of this free offer.
ST John Ladies Guild will be holding a Rummage Sale at ST John Center on Friday, May 18 from 10 a.m. til 3 p.m. and Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Those dropping off items should do so on Thursday, May 17 after 2 p.m.
Class of 1992 Reunion
Members of the Class of 1992 of Tidioute High School are invited to attend a 20th reunion on July 7 starting at 1 p.m. at Benner Park.
If you would like to being a dish to share, it would be greatly appreciated, however not necessary and your choice of beverage.
A collection is being collected to go towards the meat, cheese tray, macaroni salad, potato salad, cups and place settings. So please be sure to bring some extra cash. Also a collection is being collected for a donation for the use of the park.
Those attending should contact Mindy McGraw, April Sudul or Carrie Greene.
Students in the ninth and tenth grade service learning class at Tidioute Community Charter School are collecting several items for Hygiene Kits.
These kits will be give to all students in grades four through grade eleven.
This project is aimed at teaching the students good hygiene.
Donations of the following items or money can be made to the school . Items include: shampoo, deodorant, cotton balls, hair brushes, combs, bath soap, body wash, band aids, toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, dental floss, nail clippers, wash cloths,disposable razors.
The learning service class wants to be able to provide everyone with the knowledge of hygiene and the kit full of items so they will have the opportunity to good hygiene every day.
Donations can be put in the donation boxes that are in local businesses or drop them off at the school during regular business hours.
Tidioute Branch of Northwest Savings Bank will hold a Bake Sale at the bank on Friday, May 25 with the proceeds going to the Relay For Life.
Dennis Kitelinger and Sandy Hall would like to send the following message, "We would like to thank our families, old friends, new friends, and people whom we have never met for all the support, generosities, kindness, and prayers given to us during our recovery after the motorcycle accident on March 21, 2012. Words will never be enough to express our thanks to all of you. So a big, big, Thank You and may God always be your co-pilot. Love Sandy and Kite.
Watson Grange met recently with Master Bob Hollabaugh presiding with reports heard concerning the road clean up with twelve people helping, the status of the Junior Grange and the activities of the Pennsylvania State Grange Youth Couple, Matthew and Miranda Irons.
The Grange voted to purchase needed hygiene products for Tidioute Community Charter School's Service Learning Class.
Grange members will be planning for the Warren County Fair Grange Exhibit as well as participating in the Parade at the Fishing Tournament in Tidioute.
Other up coming Grange events include cleaning Lenhart Cemetery on Thursday, May 17 at 4 p.m. A Turkey Party at Pomona Grange on Saturday, May 19 with doors opening at 6 p.m. A workbee at Watson Grange on Monday, May 21 for the quilt block being done for Pomona Grange.
The next meeting will be on Thursday, May 24 with cake for refreshments.
Tidioute Cemetery Association is seeking help from some local volunteers who could help with the transactions of the cemetery business such as sending out requests for donations, paying the bills and making deposits of the donations in the bank. Keeping good records.
Martha Frisina has been treasurer for the past 20 years and secretary for several years as well. Bob Morrison has been quite involved in the caretaker department of the cemetery for the past 7 years.
They would both like to find replacements and anyone who would be interested can contact either of them and they will be happy to share their experiences with you.
Donations for the care at the cemetery can be mailed to Martha Frisina, 1 Third Street, Tidioute, PA 16351, made payable to Tidioute Cemetery Association.
Council President, Lee Lindemuth brought the meeting to order with all council members present as well as the Mayor-Pam McLaughlin, Borough manager- Walt Snavley and Chief of Police-Steve Vincent.
Police Chief Vincent reported traveling 601 miles and had three incidents.
Manager Snavley reported on the lights for on the flag pole at the ballfield and solar lights are not recommended.
Pot holes have been filled throughout the borough and on McCauley Hill Road.
Under new business the Tidioute Cemetery Association has requested replacements for the secretary/treasurer position and the caregiver is also looking for a break. Anyone interested can contact Martha Frisina or Bob Morrison.
Update on the police car indicates that the new one should be here in the next thirty days.
Sidewalk replacement review show that CDBG funding will be used for the replacement project on the sidewalk from the Tidioute Towers to Buckingham Street. This will be for the side of the street that the Post Office is on.
The finishing touches on the property at 129 Main ST is coming together.
Motion was made and seconded to pay the bills.
There will be meeting for Fire and Emergency responders and Municipal Officials on Thursday, May 17 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Allegheny National Forest Headquarters in North Warren.
Residents are reminded that there is an ordinance on high grass. If it is not kept within the limits, letters will be sent to property owners.
Donations are still being accepted for the purchase of flowers to be used for the planters in the business district. To make a donation please send it to Tidioute Borough Office at 174 Main ST, Tidioute and make in the memo line for flowers/planters. Or drop them off at the borough office during regular business hours. Your donations are always greatly appreciated.
V. F. D. Auxiliary
Tidioute Fire Department Auxiliary held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, May 14 at the firehall.
A review of ongoing projects was discussed. The remodeling of the social hall is complete with painting done and window blinds recently being installed.
Members will be volunteering their time for the Boot Day on Saturday, May 26. Any members who are able to participate are asked to be at the social hall at 10 a.m. Members will be on the streets collecting donations from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. along with the open house at the Firehall the same hours.
Preparations for a kids dance on June 29 are also under way.
Regular meetings are held monthly on the second Monday at 7 p.m. New members are always welcome.
The next meeting will be June 11. Members voted to dispense with the July and August meetings.
For Auxiliary or social hall renting information please contact Auxiliary President Deb Genter at 484-7407..
17 Spring Concert at TCCS
Clean up at Lenhart Cemetery at 4 p.m.
19 Townwide yard Sales
24 Borough Clean Up
Watson Grange at 7:30
26 Wheels and Deals Car Show registration at 9 a.m.
Open house at firehall