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Placing stars for veterans
Members of Post 8803 were busy placing stars on the name markers of those veterans who have passed away. Pictured are Jim Lynch, Chuck Hollabaugh, Ken McKay, Joe Kelly and Bill Konkle.
Victorian Tea luncheon
Presbyterian Women's Association held a Victorian Tea for women of the community, friends from the Irvine Presbyterian Church and of course family members.
Thursday, June 28 will be hamburg gravy, desserts, and beverages.
Call the center at 484-3020 to sign up for lunch or to ride the TWAC bus to the center for lunch and back home.
There are many activities one can attend by being part of the senior center, don't be left out. Attend the lunches at the center and stay in touch with activities in our area.
ST John Ladies Guild will hold a Pie Sale June 30 and July 1 before and after Mass each day.
If you would like to donate pies please bring them to the center by 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 30 or before Mass.
A memorial donation was made by Tidioute Senior Center to the library at Tidioute Charter School for Bernie Trinoski, not the Tidioute Public Library as previously reported.
Farmers Market voucher
Tidioute Senior Center had a great turn out for the Farmers Market Vouchers as 109 vouchers were given out.
Vouchers can be redeemed at Hatch Patch, Warren Farmers Market on Second Street, and Bob Reed's stand in Tidioute.
These vouchers are for $20 for those age 60 and older who fall in the income guidelines.
Anything That Floats
This year's "Anything That Floats" Allegheny River Race , sponsored by the Tidioute Ladies Auxiliary, Post 8803 will be held on Saturday, July 14 with a rain date of Saturday, July 21.
The race starts at 11 a.m. behind the old Wildwood Inn on RT 62 and ends at approximately 3 p.m. at the Tidioute Boat Launch.
Cost is $5 per person.
This year's theme is "Favorite Childhood Cartoon".
For questions and additional information please contact Sonya Shields at 730-3248.
Veteran name plates
Members of Post 8803 were busy on Friday placing the stars on the name plates of our most recent deceased Veterans of Tidioute.
The memorial is next to the Post home on Main ST.
Please take a few minutes from your busy schedules and visit the memorial that means so much to the Veterans and their families.
Second Harvest Food Pantry will be in Tidioute on Saturday, June 30 at 10 a.m. at the Tidioute Firehall.
Those coming to sign up should bring boxes for their food items as boxes work best and the supply of boxes is limited.
Bingo games will be held on Sunday, July 1 at Buccardo's Restaurant beginning at 3 p.m.
Doors will open at 2 p.m.
Sponsored by Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members, proceeds will benefit tournament festivities September 27 through September 30.
Once again the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 8803 are seeking out addresses of our service men and women who are serving outside the United States.
All addresses can be sent to Doris Svitek, P. O. Box 105, Tidioute, PA 16351 .
Items are being collected as well that can be sent to the service members. Items that are useful include: Bath Soap, shaving cream/lotion, razors, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, baby wipes. foot powder, hand sanitizer, individual packages of tissues, wash cloths, plastic forks, spoons, knives, power bars, dried fruit, or canned fruits with pull open tops, granola bars, cans of Vienna sausages, peanut butter, jelly, crackers (Ritz are most popular), hard candy (No chocolate), cough drops, cookies, nuts (cans or packages), chewing gum, beef jerky, snack crackers packages such as cheese or peanut butter, lifesavers, Swiss miss packages.
Please no aerosol cans or lighters.
Items can be dropped off at the VFW Post or contact Doris at 484-7218 to arrange pick up.
Knights of Columbus
Tidioute Knights of Columbus council #9304 will hold their regular general meeting on Thursday, July 5, 2012 at ST John Center with the meeting to start at 7 p.m.
All members are asked to attend this very important meeting.
Presbyterian Women's Association held their Ladies Victorian Tea on Saturday with all the tables filled with family and friends.
Welcoming remarks were given by Lynda Graves and the blessing was given by Peggy Teconchuk.
Entertainment consisted of a novelty fashion show of early morning wear, daytime dress, powder puff dress, dressmaker suit, afternoon ensemble, Turkish shirt, resort wear, car coat, tea gown and Slick Chick.
Table prizes were awarded at each table.
A wonderful time was had by all who attended.
Southwest Warren County Municipal Authority would like to remind all of their water customers that conserving water is good for everyone.
With the recent increase in water and sewer rates, any decrease in the amount of water used will help to minimize this increase. Not only is conservation good for your finances but conserving water also saves the Authorities resources.
Because of the small amount of snowfall last winter and the below average amount of rainfall so far the summer the ground water and surface water streams are all lower than normal.
High water demands with low water sources could create a supply problem if dry weather continues throughout the summer.
SWCMA will be preforming leak detection activities, some during night time hours, in the next few weeks and may have some sections of line turned off for short periods of time.
The maintenance department will try to notify customers prior to these outages.
If any customers notice a decrease in water pressure or unusual wet areas, please contact the Tidioute Borough Office at 484-7424.
The Authority would also appreciate being notified if you use unusually larger amounts of water such as filling pools or extensive watering of yards and gardens.
The Authority will also be conducting smoke testing on the sanitary sewer lines on July 25, 26 and 27. This will help locate unwanted connections of storm water lines such as roof drains, basement drains, and catch basins.
Notifications will be dispersed to all sewer costumers closer to this time.
Garbage pick up
Those residents who live on the other side of the bridge on McGuire Street that will be closed soon are asked to bring their bags of trash as close to the bridge as possible during the time the bridge is closed and Braun Disposal company will pick it up at that point for you.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members are selling 50.50 tickets for $1 each with the drawing to be held on July 4, 2012
Winner need not be present to win.
All unsold tickets become the property of P.S.C.F.T.
Vacation Bible School
This year the Vacation Bible School is being hosted by ST John Church from July 23 through July 27 in the evenings from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m
Please plan to attend this wonderful event, this is for children in grades first through grade sixth.
Activities will include crafts, bible verses, singing and snacks.
A theme of "Sonrise Vacation Bible School" an Adventure in the Son will be nothing but fun.
This is free to these students and you can register your children by calling Melissa Sabella at 484-7521. It's not to late to register.
W. W. II reenactment
Saturday, Aug. 4, is the date to remember as this will be the W. W. II Battle Reenactment at 3 p.m.
Come and see the Battle of the Bridge at Remagen. The German Ludendorff Bridge, was the only bridge on the Rhine River captured by American Forces during W. W. II.
Watch as U. S . soldiers attack the town of Remagen, and capture the famous bridge after its failed destruction by German engineers.
Hosted by: 99th Infantry Division 393rd Regiment, Easy Co. Reenactment Group (Battlebabies), Tidioute Borough and Limestone Township.
Sponsored by: Cartwright Fireworks.
Campsites will be set up in the Tippy ball field just south of the bridge on RT 62. Camps will be open Friday afternoon and Saturday August 4, from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m.
There will be several displays of authentic W. W. II American and German uniforms, equipment and vehicles.
There will be special viewing area with seating for all of our Veterans.
Class of 1992 Reunion
Members of the Tidioute High School Class of 1992 will be holding a 20th year class reunion on July 7 at Benner Park beginning at 1 p.m.
All members of the class are invited to come and join them in the fun and sharing memories of the past.
Please being a dish to pass and table service, choice of beverages.
1. Kristen Robertson
2 .Owen Heenan, Lukus Sheckler, Larry Anderson, Kallei Davison
3. Craig D. Holmes, Travis Moore, Ashley Saullo, Mackenzie Blake, Dakota Barton, Joan Kane, Marge Anderson
4. Delia Campisano, Jamie Anderson, Ricky Greeley, Jim Matie, John Nodzak, Sheryl Hulings, Melissa Gresham
5. Luke Heenan, Shelly Campisano, Luke Schwab, Jean Yeager, Leanne Bailor, Alicyn Haney, Nena McCandrew, Kathleen McGraw, Jacob Saullo
6. Lori McLaughlin
7. Ken Nicholson, Aaron Clickett
8. Audrey Campbell, Herb Riemenschneider, Tim McLaughlin, Becky Sneltzer
9. Jay Lindemuth, Cassie York, Kaleb Schwab
10. Morgon Silvis, Cory Blake, Mariah Wolford, Kate Proper, Matthew Jamieson, Kevin Seelinger, William Sheckler III, Tod Higgins
11. Vivian Shaw
12. Kaylyn Watters
13. Kaitlon Silvis, Heather Cass, Joseph King, Joe Alberth, Dennis Kitelinger
14. Frank Buccardo Jr., John Benner, Ron Ringel, Elaine Robbins
15. Gregory Heenan, Jeffery Richard, Christopher Wilcox, John Kostkas, Jessie Matie, Jim Kostkas, Dave Rondinelli, Debbie Faulkner
16. Todd Downey, Terri Fike, Michael Heenan, Olivia Kitelinger, Mackenzie Rehe, Alicia Nicholson, Dan Parker
17. Kelly Greeley, Mary Fink, Mike Knight, Julie Fike-Tencate, John Blair, Briana Blair, Brandon Blair, John McCracken
18. Carol Ziegler, Matthew Joseph, Monica Antil, Mark Moore, William Vrizenga
19. Missy Conte, Staci Jones Sanders, Ella Johnson
20. Chris Rison, Dian Wolford, Robert Williams Sr.,
21. Laura Rondinelli, Rev. Dale Reitz
23. Nicholas McCandrew, Carol Benner, Debbie Campbell, Betty Kowalski
24. Brooks Ambos, Rick Downey, Cody Greeley, Krista Greeley, Jennette Hayes
25. Phylis Rapp, Jean Kitelinger, Bobbie Heenan
26. Missy Klos, Sue Lester, Adrian McLaughlin, Miranda Hollabaugh - Irons
27. Lisa Sveda, Lisa Spulecki, Jack Kostkas
29. Lita Wolford, Jay McKown, Carol Bunce
30. Beth Navarro, Logan Moore, Butch Glenn, Lance Spencer, Kay Moore, Colleen McLaughlin
31. Donna Reitz, Justin Drukenbrod, Derek Klos