Senior Center Menu
Thursday, June 21 will be beef and noodles, dessert and beverages.
Monday, June 25 will be sloppy joes, macaroni salad, dessert and beverages.
Medals for TCCS honors
Students in grades two through 12 at Tidioute Community Charter School that maintained a 93 percent average in all of their core curriculum were awarded a certificate and medallion for their accomplishments at the TCCS Award Ceremony on May 31. They are: second grade, Bridget Baker, Jadyn Bynum, Connor Carnahan, Gavin Dashner, Nathaniel Davies, Aspen Fors, Jessica Hulse, Elizabeth Kestle, Angelina Sabella, Treyah Selfridge; third grade, Sydney Fischer, Destiny Grazier-White, Amalia Sabella, Blake Sabella; fourth grade, Dakota Barton, Noah Burke, Nakiesha Krouse, Kelsey Nuttall, Adrianna Pierce, Sienna Wachter; fifth grade, Paige Downey, Greysen Fors, Brooke Martin, Shawn Merritt, Allexa Morgan; sixth grade, Annah Burke, Hailie Cass, Angel Flanigan, Lauryn Harshaw, Bella Konkle, Lukas Sheckler, Noah Sudul; seventh grade, Amber Borland, Sierra Hall, Alexis Harlow, Lakin Krouse, Allyvia Morgan; eighth grade, Melissa Craig; ninth grade, Brian Bonner, Ryleigh Mahaney; 10th grade, Robbi Kitelinger, Anna Lindemuth, Christa Sudul; 11th grade, Lacy Kitelinger; and 12th grade, Nathan Allen, Kendrick Morrison, Katie Weilacher, and Lacy Wolford.
Tuesday, June 26 will be turkey dinner, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, June 28 will be Hamburg gravy, dessert and beverages.
Call the center at 484-3020 to sign up for lunches.
A Ladies Victorian Tea Luncheon will be held on Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tidioute First Presbyterian Church.
The menu will include savories, scones, salad, an assortment of desserts, hot and cold beverages.
There will be entertainment and door prizes.
Cost is $10 per person. Proceeds will benefit the church restoration fund.
There will be an auction at Tidioute Firehall on Sunday, June 24 at 3 p.m.
Doors will open at 2 p.m. and the auction will begin at 3 p.m.
There will be tools, produce, food items and much more.
This auction is sponsored by Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament.
Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 8803 will be holding its end-of-year dinner on Tuesday, June 26 at the Wannago Golf Club in Reno, Pa.
All members in good standing are invited to attend.
If you have any questions, contact Jackie Edmiston at 484-7429.
The Deerfield Township Supervisors held their monthly meeting on Monday, June 11 at the township building.
In May, McCauley Hill Road and Youngsville Road were graded. Althom Road and McCauley Hill Road had their berms pulled.
The 550 truck received maintenance and the 8000 truck had some maintenance performed at the shop.
Weather permitting, the MC70 and gravel will be applied. It may be possible that some MC70 will be applied earlier should Pittsfield and Brokenstraw townships complete their application and they have extra left over. No signs will be placed indicating that the roads will be oiled.
An advertisement for a grader bid will be placed in the Times Observer for review at the next monthly township meeting. As a reminder, the social media, Facebook, has been established for the township and may be visited by typing in Deerfield Township on the search line.
Approved minutes will be posted for review by all interested individuals.
Knights of Columbus
Tidioute Knights of Columbus Council 9304 is now selling tickets on is sports raffles.
First up is an engraved Henry Golden Boy, brass with octagon barrel and the tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5.
Then there is the Tidioute Knife Company knives, pocket knives and sport knives.
The drawing will be on Sunday, Sept. 30 at the fishing tournament festivities.
Tickets are on sale now.
Tidioute Lions Club members found a pair of sliding glass doors that were left at the recycling center.
They are in good shape and can be used. They can not be recycled.
Any interested person can have them, they are free for the taking.
Call Carman Fedele at 484-7758 for more information.
Senior Center News
On Tuesday, June 12 the men who attend the Tidioute Senior Center were honored with a Father's Day dinner of stuffed chicken breast, mashed potatoes, carrots, homemade rolls, strawberry shortcake, and beverages.
A wackiest shirt contest was held for the men. Those participants included Dick Raybuck, Jim Bees, Mike Cassese, Tom Rosenquist, and Randy Knight. Cassese won the wackiest shirt contest.
The men were honored with 4-oz Hershey bars and the kitchen crew gave each of the men Reese's Peanut Butter cups.
There were 22 present and with the take-out lunches a total of 35 enjoyed the Father's Day dinner.
A donation was made to the Tidioute Public Library in memory of Bernard Trinoski.
Flag Day Ceremonies
VFW Post 8803 and the Ladies Auxiliary held a flag-burning ceremony on Thursday, June 14 at the Post home.
Ladies Auxiliary Patriotic Instructor Beverly Stotler welcomed the crowd and led the Pledge of Allegiance and Muriel Carothers led the Star Spangled Banner.
Barb Downey read, "I Am Old Glory" that was written by Master Sergeant Percy Webb, U.S. Marine Corps.
Stotler gave a little history of the flag and the meaning of the colors of the flag. Remember as you look at your flag, which is the symbol of our nation, that it is Red because of human sacrifice, it is Blue because of the true blue loyalty of its defenders, it is White to symbolize liberty - our land of the free. The stars are the symbols of the united efforts and hope in the hearts of many people striving for a greater nobler America.
Brian Bonner played taps following the burning of the flags and a moment of silence was held and the Color Guard of VFW Post 8803 stood guard during the ceremony.
End of Summer Dance
Tidioute Fire Department Auxiliary will host an "End of Summer Kids Dance" on Aug. 31 at the firehall.
Students in grades fifth through 12 are welcome to attend this dance.
This dance will be chaperoned and anyone leaving the building will not be allowed back in.
Tidioute Area Volunteer Fire Department has sent out its annual letter of appeal for monetary donations.
The department appreciates the support over the past year and looks forward to serving the residents of Tidioute and the surrounding townships with ambulance service and fire protection. Without these responders so close b, the nearest department would be 20 or more miles away.
Consider sending your donation to the Tidioute Area Vol Fire Department, P.O. Box 122, Tidioute, Pa. 16351.
All donations are tax deductible.
Also, if you have some free time on your hands and would like to volunteer in the fire department, attend a meeting on the last Tuesday of the month at the firehall at 6:30 p.m. and find out where and how you can help out.
Tidioute community members are invited to join the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church on Sunday, July 1 for a special patriotic service at the regular 11 a.m. worship time, with leaders Peggy Teconchuk or the Irvine Presbyterian Church and Karen Mull of the Tidioute Presbyterian Church.
The service, similar to Chautauqua Institute's "Our Presidents and their Hymns" will be the theme.
You might learn some history along with singing some great old hymns.
A donation to the Tidioute Volunteer Fire Department was approved at the recent meeting of Watson Grange that was presided over by Master Bob Hollabaugh.
Reports were received from Kelly Van Ord concerning contests to be judged at the Warren County Fair in August; Royalty Trip to Harrisburg was attended by Matthew and Miranda Irons-PA State Grange Youth Couple. They toured the capital, met legislators and learned the working of the House and Senate. The day ended with a fun time at Hershey Park.
Watson Grange is promoting quilt blocks for the buildings on the Warren County Fairgrounds in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the PA State Fair Association. The block for the Pomona Grange building has been completed and will be hung this week.
Three 4-H groups have indicated interest in doing a block with a work bee scheduled at the Pomona building on June 27. Any other groups or individuals interested in doing a block may contact Kelly Van Ord at 484-7295. Cost will be $25 to cover the cost of the materials.
For the literary program, a demonstration of working in and out of a grange meeting already in progress was demonstrated by John Hollabaugh with Bob Hollabaugh reading from the code book.
Sunday, June 24 beginning at 2 p.m. there will be a meeting at the Pomona Grange building with National Grange President (Master) Ed Luttrell and PA State Grange Master Carl Meiss present. A tureen dinner will follow at 4:30 p.m.
Watson Grange will meet on June 28 at 7:30 with dairy products for refreshment.
Legion Baseball Schedule
Tidioute Legion baseball game schedule for the remainder of the 2012 season is as follows.
June 21 will be at 758 Ike, Friday, June 22 will be Blair (Warren); Saturday, June 23 will be in Tidioute against Ike.; Monday, June 25 will be in Tidioute against N/W Bank of Corry; Friday, July 6 will be in Tidioute against Youngsville; and Sunday, July 8 will be in Tidioute against Blair (Warren).
All away games will leave Tidioute at 5 p.m. and the games start at 6 p.m.
Members of the community are invited and encouraged to come and watch these games, your support for these fine young men is important to them and their community.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members have 50/50 tickets for sale for $1 each.
Drawing will be held on Wednesday, July 4.
Winner need not be present to win. Any unsold tickets property of PSCFT.
Sonrise Vacation Bible School
Don't miss out on this camping adventure. Busy Beaver Crafts, Picnic Patch Snacks, Trek Talks, Awesome Songs.
This eventful week is free to any student entering first through sixth grades. Hours will be from 6 till 8 p.m. July 23 through July 27.
Register your child today by calling Melissa Sabella at 484-7521.
This year the Vacation Bible School is being hosted by St. John Church.
Sunday, July 1 will be Bingo at Buccardo Restaurant with the doors opening at 2 p.m. and the games beginning at 3 p.m.
This event is sponsored by Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee.
"Old Time Rock and Roll" is the theme of the Fishing Tournament parade this year which will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 1 p.m.
Line-up and registration is at the Tidioute firehall. Prizes will be awarded at the grand stand following the parade.
Judges will be the All State Judges. Categories include marching units, drill teams, bands, service units, fire departments, local groups such as boy scouts, girl scouts and lots of floats.
This will be the 53rd year of the tournament and the committee members hope you will continue to support them as you have in the past.
Tidioute Second Harvest Food Bank will be set up in Tidioute on Saturday, June 30 at the Tidioute firehall at 10 a.m.
Bring boxes for your food items, as they pack easier.
23 Victorian Tea Luncheon 11 to 3 Presbyterian Church.
24 Auction at firehall 3 p.m.
26 Fire Department meeting 6:30 p.m.
30 Second Harvest Food Bank 10 a.m. firehall
National Honor Society
Tidioute Community Charter School's National Honor Society held its induction ceremony on May 22 at Picture Show Park. All of the members and new inductees were invited to breakfast at the Hummingbird Cafe.
New inductees for the Elementary National Honor Society and High School National Honor Society were: fourth grade, Julian Gillenwater, Noah Burke, Jacinda Zeller, Dakota Barton, Dalton Kennedy, Kelsey Nuttall, Adrianna Pierce, Sienna Wachter and Nakiesha Krouse; tenth grade, Robbi Kitelinger; and 11th grade, Lacy Kitelinger.