Senior Center Menu
Thursday, Aug. 30 will be chicken salad, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Sept. 3 the center will be closed for Labor Day.
Tidioute Salvation Army luncheon
Members of the Tidioute Unit of the Salvation Army met on Thursday for a luncheon meeting at the Hummingbird Cafe. Left to right are Pam Bova, treasurer; Marilyn Albright, senior field rep; Julie Hollabaugh, newest member; and Linda Scott, unit chairperson, public relations and human services secretary.
Higgins receives award
Jim Higgins received his 50-Year Pin as Licensed Pennsylvania Funeral Director. With him is Janice Mannal, president of PA Funeral Directors Association.
Tuesday, Sept. 4 will be stuffed cabbage or stuffed peppers, your choice, dessert and beverages.
Call the center at 484-3020 to sign up for lunch and the bus if you need a ride.
There will be an End of Summer Kids Dance for students in grades five through 12 at the Tidioute Tidioute Firehall on Friday, Aug. 31.
Time will be from 7 to 10 p.m. and the dance will be chaperoned. Anyone leaving the firehall early will not be permitted back into the dance.
Music will be provided by "The Brown Boys". Cost will be $3 per person.
For more information, contact Monica Morgan at 730-0021 or Sheryl Hulings at 730-4156.
U.M.C Sunday Services
Tidioute First United Methodist Church will begin holding Sunday morning worship services starting Sunday, Sept.2 at 9 a.m.
All are welcome to come, bring your family and friends.
Sunday School will be held at 10:15 every Sunday. For more information on Sunday School, contact Linda Reese at 484-3898.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members will hold their annual Labor Day weekend Turkey Party on Sunday, Sept. 2 at 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.
Doors prizes are being collected and will be drawn at two separate times during the evening. You will receive a ticket for the door prizes when you pay at the door.
There will be turkeys, cheese and pepperoni plates, pork platters, beef platters and lots more items to win.
Glenn McKown Bass
Bass fishermen and women will have an opportunity to once again fish in the Glenn McKown Memorial Bass Tournament that will be held on Saturday, Sept. 8.
This will be the 16th annual tournament and 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 at President.
There is a six-fish limit and all fish must be brought to the weigh scales by 4 p.m. in a water-filled container.
Any fish that is not alive will cause a six-ounce penalty.
Registration fee is $30 and there is an optional Lunker pool for an additional fee of $5, winner will have the largest fish by weight).
There are three types of teams that can participate and they are: two-man team, couples and adult-youth, (youth must be under age 16).
This tournament has a 50-boat limit with the participants from the previous 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 any additional information, contact Deb Genter at 484-7407.
One Pitch Tournament
Those who are interested in a One Pitch Tournament can come to the Landmark Hotel on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 6 p.m. and sign up for this year's tournament.
The games will be Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15-16.
There is a $125 per team fee.
For more information, contact Mike Buccardo at 779-1274.
Tidioute Community Charter School girls volleyball team has announced the schedule for this year.
Their second game of the season will be played on Thursday, Sept. 6 against Youngsville at 6 p.m.
Other games are listed below:
Tuesday, Sept. 11 will be against Bethel Christian at 4 p.m.; Tuesday, Sept. 18 will be against Warren County Christian School at 4 p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 20 will be at East Forest at 6 p.m.; Monday, Sept.24 will be against Iroquois at 6 p.m.; Monday, Oct.1 against East Forest at 6 p.m. and Thursday, Oct. 11 at Erie Bethel Christian at 4 p.m.
Support is a very important thing and the players would like to see family and friends at these games. Try to support the team, especially for these home games.
Bulldog Golf Scramble
The Tidioute Bulldog Golf Scramble is set for Sept. 15 at 9 a.m. at River Ridge Golf Course and is being presented by Polly's ShurSave Market.
There is a $200 per team ($50 per person) which will include 18 holes with a cart, all beverages will be provided along with hotdogs on the turn.
A picnic will follow the event with prizes.
This is limited to only 17 teams so sign up early.
You must be 21 years of age and have proof of ID.
To register, contact Ryan Guerra or Trustin McDonald at Tidioute Community Charter School at 484-3550.
Bob Hollabaugh, master of Watson Grange, presided over the recent meeting of Watson Grange.
Winners at the Pomona Grange during the Warren County Fair consisted of: Watson Grange first place for their exhibit; Wendy Winkles won first place for her Baby Afghan, second place for a Full Afghan and third for a Two by Two by Two. Bob Hollabaugh first place for People Photo, second place for Close up and Animal Photos; Matt Irons won first place for Building Blocks and third for Painted Fishing Lure; Kelly Van Ord won first place for Short Story, Second for Start with a Cake Mix, Lemon Bars, two by two by two, Bead Ornament, Scenery Photo, Third place for People and Animals Photos, Building Blocks, Cherry Pie and Truffles; Miranda Irons won first place for Lemon Bars, two by two by two, Close up, Scenery and Animal Photos, Cherry Pie and Third Place for Bead Ornament; Deanna Hollabaugh won Third Place for Close Up and Scenery Photos; John Hollabaugh second place for People Photo; Jean Hollabaugh won first place for Doilie, Bead Ornament, Cherry Pie and Scrapbook Page, Second Place for Truffles and third place for Lemon Bars.
Election of officers for two-year terms: Master Bob Hollabaugh, Overseer-Matt Irons, Lecturer-Kelly VanOrd, Steward-Rob Burris, Assistant Stewart-John Hollabaugh, Lady Assistant Stewart-Miranda Irons, Chaplain-Alice Weaver, Treasurer-Deanna Hollabaugh, Secretary-Jean Hollabaugh, Gatekeeper-Meg Froman, Ceres-Mary Jane Burris, Pomona-Stephanie Burris, Flora-Linda Scott, Junior Leader-Miranda Irons, Executive for three year term-Meg Froman and Finance for three year term-Kelly VanOrd.
Upcoming events include: Sept. 11 and 18 at 6 p.m. work bees at the hall for the float for the parade in Tidioute; regular meeting on Sept.13 at 7:30 p.m.
There will Bingo Games on Sunday, Sept. 9 at Buccardo's Restaurant.
Doors will open at 2 p.m. and the games will begin at 3 p.m.
All proceeds will benefit the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament that will be held Sept. 27-30.
The next Second Harvest Food Bank for Tidioute residents will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 10 a.m. at the Tidioute firehall.
Those attending are reminded to bring boxes for your food items.
Tidioute Unit of the Salvation Army met on Thursday for a luncheon meeting with their Field Representative, Marilyn Albright.
Julie Hollabaugh was welcomed into the Unit and she will be assisting in the Bell Ringing and Treasures for Children committees.
The Back to School and Bundle Up programs are being fielded through the Warren Unit
1. Terri Konkle, Brandon Silvis, John Ringel, George Hulings III, Traci Duncan, Caleb McGraw
2. George Hunter, Eric Moore, Lynda Graves
3. Richard Downey, Dan Edmiston, Erik Garza, Donna Johnson
4. Dan McLaughlin, Scott Schwab, Twila Williams
5. Jacob Sabella, Dawn Graves-Gray
6. Scott Barton, Robert Williams Jr
7. Jill McManigle-Faulkner, Eileen Heenan
8. Joanne Nuttall
9. Carter Anderson, Lori Anderson, Lori Konkle, Terry Cotterman, Rick Peterson
10. Darrell Snavley, Bernald Flasher, Kaylin Sveda
11. Nicholas Coughlin, Nicholas Camp, Kristen McLaughlin, Cassie Rison, Laurel Beatty
12. Demitry Nacarro, Cathy Holmes, Marge Bunce, Mike Craft, Ben Alberth
13. Vicky McCauley, Julie Wolbert
14. Annabella Schwab, Tom McGraw, Trisha Gerus, Mike Ziegler
15. George Drukenbrod, Daniel McIntyre
16 Dave Alberth, Lee Lindemuth, Tayton Jackman, Sonya Daelhousen, Bob Dorman, Bob Burris
17. Pat McClearn, Dianna Spencer, George Gresham, Christopher Hulings, Jennifer Martin-Williams
18. Terri Davison, Christine King, Christi Valentine, Tanner Fike
19. Ann Jones, Jerry Maurice, Torri Heatherly
20. Brian Drescher, Jack Moore, Blake Myers, Pippa Hall, Laurel Zorn-Walters,
21. Krystal Walters, Andy McClearn, Steve Bailor Jr, Jane Heenan, Tiffany Rulander, Cheyenne Shoemaker
22. Lindsay Tock, Jacob Spargo, Jessica Kridler, Jeff Strain Jr, Toni Sabella, Judy Maurice, Krissy Miller
23. Chick Conte, Anna Lindemuth, Loralee Lindemuth, Heather Vincent, Andrew Downey, Katherine Kitelinger
24. Melanie Barbieri, Pam Coughlin, Maria Robertson, Autumn Bupp, Jack York, Jon McKown
25. Amolia Sabella, Bella Konkle, Allen Robbins, Bob Zorn Jr
26. Jim Marshall, Michelle Rebich, Donna Swartz
27. Brandon Cotterman, Mike Come, Cody Kysor, Samantha Holmes, Ashley Snavley
28. Joanne Glass, Joe Rehe, Jodie Sidon, Dianna McDonald- Pascuzzi, Steve Colvin
30. James M. Wolford, Corey Nicholson