Senior Center Menu
Thursday, Aug. 16 will be soup and sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Aug. 20 will be hamburg gravy, dessert and beverages.
Front row: Walt Stover, Craig Lucas; Jim and Mathew Stevens. Back row:?Dennis and Kathy Habovick, Mark Hughes and Wade Adams and Brian Johnson and Josh McEunn. This year the tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Tuesday, Aug. 21 will be hot turkey sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, Aug. 23 will be the picnic at Martha Walters' home on McCauley Hill at noon. Bring a dish to share if you want.
Call the center at 484-3020 the day before to sign up for meals.
White Elephant Sale
Members of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary will be holding their White Elephant Sale at the annual VFW picnic on Saturday, Aug. 18 at the Bucktails on McCauley Hill.
Bring all donated items to the VFW Post or to the picnic with you. Make sure they are wrapped.
Watson Grange will be holding a hay ride at the home of John and Deanna Hollabaugh on Route 337 on Saturday, Aug. 18 at 1 p.m.
Bring the family and have some end of summer fun.
Senior Center Picnic
Members of the Tidioute Senior Center will gather on Thursday, Aug. 23 at the home of Martha Walters located on McCauley Hill.
Lunch will be at noon and if you want to you can bring a dish to pass.
The16th annual Glenn McKown Memorial Bass tournament will be held in Tidioute on Saturday, Sept. 8.
This is a catch and release event using only artificial bait. The allowed fishing area is the Allegheny River only from Kinzua tailwaters to the boat launch in President, Pa. with a six-fish limit.
Fishing starts at 7 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m. with fish brought to the scales by 4 p.m. in a water-filled container.
Any fish not alive will cause a six-ounce penalty.
Registration fee is $30 with an optional $5 lunker pool, (largest fish by weight).
There are three types of teams which participants can fish: Two-man team; couple and adult-youth (under age 16).
Trophies and cash will be awarded.
This tournament has a 50-boat limit with the participants from the precious year receiving their entries in the mail.
Weigh-in will be held at the Tidioute Boat Launch and the public is welcome to attend and watch as the fish are brought in and weighed.
For additional information, contact Deb Genter,director at 484-7407.
End of Summer
Tidioute Fire Department Auxiliary will host an "End of Summer Kids Dance" on Friday, Aug. 31 at the Tidioute Firehall from 7 to 10 p.m.
This is for students in grades five through 12.
Chaperones will be there the entire evening and anyone leaving the building will not be allowed back in.
Cost is $3 per person.
Music will be provided by the "Brown Boys".
For more information, contact Monica Morgan at 730-0021 or Sheryl Hulings at 730-4156.
Tidioute Senior Center will hold a seasonal flu immunization clinic on Thursday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Bring your Medicare card. For those who have self pay, the cost will be $32.
Those wanting to get the flu shot should call the senior center at 484-3020 and sign up to assure there is enough vaccine to administer the shots.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament parade committee members John and Nathan Brown are extending an invitation to those who would like to have a unit or group in the fishing tournament parade on Saturday, Sept.27.
The parade registration begins at 9 a.m. and finishes at 11:30 a.m. in front of the Firehall on Main Street. Line-up also begins at that time once your are registered you can put your unit or group in place.
All floats will be lined up along the ballfield on McGuire Street regardless of your unit number. You will be placed in the parade when you unit number is next.
Judging of the floats will take place at noon and all persons and items that will be in the parade must be on the float for judging. Judging will be done by professional parade judges.
The theme this year is "Old Time Rock N Roll", if you haven't started that float, it is not too late.
For more information, contact John at 730-5646 or Nathan at 730-6283.
There is no fee to enter this parade.
Sept. 2 will the next turkey party at the Tidioute Firehall with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the games will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Several games will be played for various prizes and there will be meat and cheese platters with the meat coming from Polly's Market in Tidioute.
Door prizes, donated by Tidioute businesses, will be drawn from the tickets you receive at the door upon paying your $3 admission fee.
Tidioute Borough Council met on Monday evening with five members present along with the chief of police and borough secretary.
Several members of the community were present to address council with issues within the borough.
A main issue brought to the attention of borough council is the burning of trash and residents placing their trash to the curb two days early and animals are getting into the trash. Trash should be placed to the curb late Wednesday or early Thursday morning. If this a problem them you should consider purchasing a trash can or two with wheels and putting your trash in them, then you can wheel them to the curb for pick up. Keep in mind that there is a two-bag limit on trash per household.
Chief of Police Steve Vincent reported traveling 655 miles for the past month and reported 33 incidents.
Chairperson of recreation committee for Tidioute Borough Fran Stoneburg complimented Mike Buccardo for his dedication to the American Legion baseball team, which he managed in Tidioute this summer. This is the first time in many years that Tidioute fielded a team for 13- to 19-year-old players. If you see Mike, be sure to thank him for his volunteerism to Tidioute.
Lee Lindemuth gave a report on the W.W. II Reenactment. He felt that everything went very well. There were several W.W. II veterans present who served in the 99th Division, including Henry Dipasqualy, who played taps at Gen Patton's funeral on Dec. 9, 1945.
Spectators and residents are reminded the reenactment is meant to be a history lesson and a reminder of the sacrifices that were made for the American people.
There are still reenactment t-shirts and mugs for sale at Buccardo's Restaurant. T-shirts cost is $10 and $12 and the mugs are selling for $3 each.
The deed for the property at 129 Main St. has been received by the borough so cleaning and moving will begin shortly.
Heeter Enterprises was the low bidder at $45,885.52 for the Community Development Block Grant Downtown Main Street Sidewalk Replacement Project.
Bills were approved for payment and the treasurer's report was accepted for July.
Tidioute Community Charter School will resume classes on Tuesday, Aug.21.
Those attending are reminded to pick up schedules.
18 Hayride at Hollabaugh's on Rt. 337 at 1 p.m
21 School starts for TCCS
23 Watson Grange at 7:30 p.m.