Youngsville Area News In Brief



Visiting youth group

from Norfolk

Thirty teens and adults from the Ocean View Baptist Church in Norfolk, VA spent the week camping at the Free Methodist Church grounds on Davis St.

They spent time each day ministering to local organizations that were in need of volunteer assistance, and experiencing all the best things that Warren County has to offer. Under the leadership of Caleb Dininny, the team helped at the Free Methodist Church and at Restoration Youth Ranch. Some of the kids haven’t camped before, and were delighted to learn how to make camper pies, smores and other campfire goodies. Everyone enjoyed their stay in Youngsville very much.

Sadly, there were several young people from Youngsville who didn’t represent our town very well. They toilet papered the tents one evening, rifled through the visitors bus, and put stones in the water coolers on a different evening. Several of the visiting teenagers saw one of the teens in an orange hoodie, but wasn’t able to make any further identification.

Pastor Rick and Pastor Kathy were very impressed with the maturity of the group, and their obvious heart for the Lord. The Youngsville Free Methodist Church is making plans to visit the Ocean View Church in the summer of next year to foster our growing relationship.

Blankets for

Babies Program

The residents get together every other Tuesday at the Rouse Suites at 2 p.m. and knit or crochet a blanket for a new baby.

Healing services

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church will be offering weekly services of prayer for healing each Wednesday at 6:30 PM at the Church. Worship and prayer will be led by the Rev. Larry Scofield and the Rev. Sue Scofield together with a team from the church membership.

Anyone, from any denomination or faith background, who desires God’s help, is welcome. The church is located at 343 E Main Street in Youngsville, PA.

YEMS Girls Basketball

Youngsville Elementary Girls Basketball will be starting soon. If you have a daughter in grades 3-6 who would like to participate in the elementary girls’ basketball program, please email or call Erinn at 814-688-6152.

Youth Tackle

Football League

Youngsville Eagles Touchdown Club Youth Tackle Football League for 4th, 5th and 6th grade boys from the Youngsville, Tidioute and Sugar Grove areas is still accepting sign ups. The cost is $40 to participate. All practices will be Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Davis Street field from 5:30 to 7 pm Games will be played on Saturdays with kickoff at 10 am Sept.7 through Oct 5. Any questions call Jim Dunn at 563-7928

5K Run/Walk

A 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, Aug, 17. The event starts at YHS at 7:30 a.m. It will benefit the Youngsville Track & Field Club.

Corny Kick- Off Swim

The Youngsville Borough Recreation Commission will kick-off the CornFest with the Corny Kick-Off Swim on 6 – 8:30 p.m. today. The DJ will be Scott Nelson. There will be games, prizes, raffles and a free hot dog.


CornFest will be Saturday and Sunday in Youngsville.

There will be no parade this year. All activities in 2013 are at Island Park except the Corn Maze. The Corn Maze will be located on North Main Street and be operated from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please beware of children area and use caution parking or walking.

Saturday Schedule

10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Snowmobile Show & Swap & Corn Ball3-on 3-Basketball

Noon-4 p.m. Jamie Petrush, Strolling Magician; Petting Zoo & JJ Jingles Clown

12:30 p.m. Corn eating contest

4 p.m. Community Service Award

Sunday Schedule

10 a.m. Car Show Registration

Noon – 4 Car Show

Jamie Petrush, Strolling Magician; Petting Zoo

12:30 p.m. Power Wheel Parade; Corn eating contest

12:30 -4 p.m. Hula Hoop- Marty Loomis

2:45 p.m. Corn Cob Race

3 p.m. Power Wheel Reprise

3:30 p.m. Crowning King & Queen Corn

4 p.m. Community Service Award; Car Show Awards

Golf fundraising

On Sept. 14, the Friends of the Rouse will host its 7th Annual September Swing Golf Scramble. All proceeds from this one- day tournament, sponsored by Highmark, will benefit the residents, clients, and children served by Rouse at each of its four facilities (Rouse Home, Suites at Rouse, Bridges Adult Day Service and Rouse Children’s Center).

Registration for September Swing, held at Cable Hollow Golf Course in Russell, will begin at 8 a.m. Participants may choose from either a men or a mixed division. A shotgun start will take place at 9 a.m. The cost is $60 per golfer, which covers green fees, a cart, and lunch at the turn, supper and awards.

For more information contact Phil DeFabio at 814-563-6433. You may also visit us online at

Love Inc.

The Fund Raising Committee of Love INC is planning the 2nd annual Golf Scramble that will be held Sept. 21 at the Cable Hollow Golf Course located near Russell. The Fundraising Committee is asking each church to consider helping by: Considering a hole sponsorship of $100; anyone who owns businesses if they would consider a hole sponsorship of $100; participate in the scramble by putting together teams (each golfer would be responsible for their own fees). Women’s teams are encouraged to sign-up.

Fees are $60 per person or $240 per team of 4; Mulligans: $5 per person or $20 per team of 4. Prizes are $5000 for “Hole in One”; $5000 for “Three Consecutive Putts”; Cash Prizes for Top and 2nd Team Winners; Skill Prizes of numerous holes; Major Prize Drawing for all golfers.

This is the group’s major fundraiser for the year. If you can help, sponsor or call Pamela at 563-3394.

Love Inc. has announced two new board members, Margaret Rosequist and Brad Thompson.