By CANDIS RIEDER
Kids at work
Karen Lindell’s SGES fourth grade class was hard at work on the first day of classes. While many places in our district are in a Construction Zone, this class is in a Concentration Zone with places to Stop and Study and Kids at Work signs posted. Everyone in her class is wearing their Construction/Concentration Hard Hat during class.
The Chandlers Valley Fall Festival Pie Baking winners are pictured. They are Nancy and Kristy Waite, Ruth Ann Devore and Darlene Lascola.
Human weight pull
Pictured are Tim and TJ who entered the human weight pulling contest at the Chandlers Valley Fall Festival. They are pictured pulling 1,030 pounds.
at the Library
The Sugar Grove Free Library has finished moving for new carpeting! The place looks great and everyone should come in and see it. We could not have accomplished this monumental task of moving the library without the help of Beverly Carlberg, Dart Summerson, Jan and Wes Wilcox, Dutch and Linda Strand, Faye Rouse, Amanda Messel, Carrie Guiher, Rayon Glotz, Gary and Linda West, Deanna Kuzminski, Gladys and Alton Chase, Chiyo Grant, Mary Passinger, Diane Lincoln Madigan, Bruce Messenheimer, Justin Wilkins, Nathan Campbell, and Matt Greenman.
Lunch was provided by Sue Yovich and Chase's Catering Plus during the moving out of and back into the library.
The donations of boxes from Diana Grant and Sheffield Container, along with the use of part of the conveyor system from Chase Auction allowed for an easy move to take place.
The financial support of the American Legion Post 758 and the AMVETS Post 50 provided us with the means with which to pay for the carpeting.
The Chandlers Valley Fall Festival was held on Saturday, Aug. 25 in the Chandlers Valley Park and ball field.
The grounds were full of craft and food vendors while numerous events took place. There was also a photo contest, a pie baking contest, tractor display, and human weight pulling contest. Thank you to all our sponsors: the Buckhaven Wildlife Art Taxidermy Services, Czar Gallery on Union City, Falconer Computers of Youngsville, Horton House Bed and Breakfast of Warren, Koebley Towing of Warren, Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Northwest Savings Bank of Youngsville, and True Value of Warren. Thank you also to all our Chinese Auction donors: Bob Evans, Cobbs Wallpaper and Paint, Darlene Lascola, DQ Grill and Chill, Family Video, Grizzly Gary Outdoor LLC, Horton House Bed and Breakfast, Jackson Valley Country Club, Linda's Floral, NAPA Auto Part, Pete's Beverages, Ribs and Bones, Ring Around A Rosey, and Warren Dairy Queen.
Congratulations to the pie contest winners. In first place was Kristy and Nancy Waite making a blueberry pie. In second place was Ruth Ann DeVore making a pear-apple pie, In third place was Darlene Lascola making a blueberry pie. Thank you also to the pie baking judges, Randy Brown and Colton Black.
Congratulations to all those entered the tractor display and won awards for The tractors which traveled the greatest distance went to Lisa and Bruce Elder, The oldest tractor went to Kenny Carlson, The best restoration of a tractor went to Kevin Peterson, and the Rustiest Tractor went to Kenny Carlson.
The Book Club at the Sugar Grove Free Library had fun reviewing the selection "The Samurai's Garden" by Gail Tsukiyama this past week. The next selection for the September Book Club will be "The House of the Spirits" by Isabel Allende. This is a choice of Nicole Haight. We hope all you Lit-Wits can join us for the next Book Club which will be held on Sept. 24 at the library.
Go Blue and Gold
The Knights Varsity Football Team will be in action on Friday night, Aug. 31 at home with a match against Mercer. Kick off will be at 7 p.m. so come on out and support our home team and cheer them on to a winning season.
Our Knight Cross Country will kick off their season on Sept. 1 with the McDowell Invitational at 9 a.m. Our Girls Soccer will kick off their season with a home match up against Corry on Sept. 1 at 11 a.m. and our boys will travel to Oil City on Sept. 4 for their first match up of the season. Our Golf team has been in full swing throughout August. They have an away match against Rocky Grove on Sept. 4. Our Volleyball team will start the season with an away match against Cambridge Springs on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 9 a.m.
Back to School
On Monday, Sept. 3 the Warren County School District will not be in session due to the Labor Day holiday.
The Adventures Tin Tin will be the selection for movie night at the Sugar Grove Community Park on Friday, Aug. 31. The movie will start about 9 p.m. All our family movies are played on an inflatable movie screen. Starting at dusk. Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, and snacks and enjoy the show. These are brought to you by the COT and WCVB Outdoor Movie Series.
Creative Card Class
The Sugar Grove Free Library will hold its monthly Creative Card Class on Monday, Sept. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. Two unique greeting cards will be created, a Birthday and Christmas card. We will be exploring the watercolor technique. Cost for the class is $8. Whether a beginner or experienced, make plans to join us for some creative fun. Contact SGFL at 489-7872 or via email at email@example.com for more information, sign-up and small supplies needed list.
Lottsville Heritage Days
Lottsville will be holding its 7th Annual Heritage Day on Sept. 8 at the Freehold Township building, Lottsville Niobe Road. Events start at 11 a.m. ending approximately 3 p.m. Bring a dish to pass to enjoy a fellowship meal with everyone at noon. You will meet with various agencies from the county that are helpful for you and your family as well as numerous local craftsmen.
In an effort to support our community an auction will be held at 1:30 p.m. Bring items from your garden, canned goods, homemade items, baked goods etc for the auction. Come out and enjoy the day with all your friends and neighbors. If you would like more information, contact Diane Martin 489-3262 or Ruth Ann DeVore 489-3408.