Youngsville Area News In Brief
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Age Group: 10-15 Boys: 1st – Aaron Morris-22.44, 2nd – Alex Ferry-29.21 & 3rd- Cole Cedrone-29.25;
Age Group 15-19 Boys: 1st- Chet Ciukaj- 22.42, 2nd -Zach Ishman-22.43 & 3rd Daniel Jenkins-24.29;
Age Group: 20-29 Men’s 1st – Andy Rose-18.34, 2nd – Ben Bauer-23.68 & 3rd – Joe Blade Kellogg-24.06
Age Group: 30-39 Men’s 1st – Clint Moore-22.57, 2nd – Christian Metzler-25.55 & 3rd- Brian Sutton-
27.17; Age Group: 40-49 Men’s 1st: Paul Johnson- 24.54; Age Group: 50-59 Men’s 1st -: Harold Reynolds-
21.27 & 2nd- David Jenkins- 26.12
Age Group: 10-15 Girls: 1st- Brooklynn Messinger- 21.57, 2nd – Paige Johnson- 27.06; 3rd-Gabrielle &
Naomi Hahn- 34.02; Age Group 15-19 Girls: 1st – Piper Olsen-23.38, 2nd, Mallory Eastman-26.38 & 3rd
Emily Cedrone-32.42 3rd: 3rd: Emily Cedrone-32.42; Age Group: 20-29 Women’s: 1st – Casey Metzler-
24.49, 2nd, Ally VanOrd-26.34 & 3rd- Raine Winslow-31.03; Age Group: 30-39 Women’s 1st- Lori Hahn-
23.07, 2nd-Angela Quacken-24.51 & 3rd: Amy Lyon- 29.78; Age Group: 40-49 Women’s 1st- Elizabeth
Crabtree-30.55 2nd- Kathy Kesterholt-38.42 & 3rd- Christine Clark-40.42;
Age Group: 50-59 Women’s 1st- Susan Rapp-27.54, 2nd- Ann DiPasquale-31.51 & 3rd- Martha Asp-26.12
Overall Winners: 1st-Andy Rose-18.34, 2nd-Harold Reynolds-21.27 & 3rd – Brooklynn Messinger- 21.57
With September and football season fast approaching, the YHS Alumni is sending a reminder to alumni of the events planned for this years’ Alumni Homecoming weekend: Homecoming Parade, tour of the YHS, Alumni cheering on the mighty Eagles to victory, Alumni breakfast, Youngsville business welcoming alumni, celebrating with an Open House at the popular teen hang-out, Abplanalp’s Dairy Bar, remembering the ‘good ole days’ of cars w a Cruise -in/Poker Run, a Dinner Dance with past teacher, alumni, friends and guest of honors, Jack and Florence Abplanalp, unknowingly being a big part of creating teenage memories of growing up and attending YHS.
Jack and Florence Abplanalp will be the Guests of Honor at the YHS Alumni Dinner/Dance during Homecoming Weekend, Sept. 21, 2013.
Organizers would like to honor them as they were an important part of the community’s teenage years.
The public has been invited to stop and share memories with Jack and Florence on Saturday from 1-3 p.m. at the Dairy Bar and the evening for dinner/dance at Youngsville Fire Hall.
To make a reservation for a table and for dinner reservations, call 563-4060. Dinner reservations are due by Sept. 7. The public is invited to attend. A special invitation to the ‘car hops’, and ‘waitress’ employed at Abplanalp’s. Past waitresses are invited.
The dinner/dance will be held Sept. 21 at the Youngsville Firehall. Doors open at 5 p.m. with dinner served at 5:30. Dinner reservations are required. Dinner $10.00; dance tickets $10.00. Presales are preferred, but tickets for the dance will be available at the door. Send reservations to LouAnn Lauger, PO Box 235, Youngsville, PA 16371. Questions: call 814-489-3535.
If you are unable to attend, please share your memories: firstname.lastname@example.org
YEMS open house
Youngsville Elementary Middle School will hold an open house Tuesday.
5:30 – 5:40 p.m.: Doors Open & Parents can tour the school and make their way to their child’s assigned homeroom
5:40 – 6:00 p.m.: First Round of Presentations
6:10 – 6:30 Second Round of Presentations
6:30 – 6:45 Break
6:45 Doors Close
Presentations: Elementary teachers will hold two presentations in their classrooms to discuss their requirements, procedures and expectations
Middle Level teachers will meet as a team in the following classroom(s) 6th Grade: Room 307; 7th Grade: Room 304 and 8th Grade: Room 306.
Special Teachers will be located in their classrooms to discuss their requirements, procedures, and expectations.
During breaks parents will be able to tour the school, locate the library cafeteria, gym, and speak with administration or our transportation secretary.
Youngsville Evangelical United Methodist Church will hold a benefit dinner for Joy Camigliano to help defray medical costs. The dinner will be on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 4 – 7 pm at Youngsville EUM Church, 18 Second Street, Youngsville, The cost is a donation and the menu is spaghetti with bread, salad and homemade pie. For more information contact Connie Hoffman, secretary at 814-563-4351.
The Youngsville Girls Volleyball team will have a scrimmage game against Tidioute Charter School Sept. 3 at 6 pm at YHS.
Saron Lutheran Church, W. Main St., Youngsville, will offer a spaghetti and meatball dinner on Sunday, Sept. 15, starting at 5 p.m. The menu consists of spaghetti and meatballs, Italian bread, salad, ice cream for dessert and beverage for $6 with kids under 6 eating free. The proceeds from the dinner go towards World Vision and Lutheran World Relief. Any questions you can call 563-7850.
Thanks to the generous donations by local businesses and community members, Youngsville Public Library’s 8th Annual “Summer Super-Reader” program was able to continue to award incentive gift certificates and prizes to all readers from Kindergarten-12th grade. The six week program is designed to encourage kids to read for grab-bag prizes, raffle-ticket chances, and a t-shirt.
“Without the sponsorships and donations from local businesses and community members the Library truly would not be able to continue to offer this worthwhile and educationally sound program,” stated Library Director, Kristy Wallace.
The following businesses for supported this K-12 reading program and most importantly encouraged the youth in our community to keep reading over the summer: AR Beatty, Attitudes by Roxie, Bob’s Garage, Down Under, Dr. Pikna, DMD, The Galley, Huey’s Place, Jim “the Mahn” Auto, Lauger’s Good Lawn, Nelson Funeral Home, Northwest Savings Bank-Youngsville, Pete’s Beverage, St. Luke Church-Youngsville, Valley Bowling, Van Houten Family Chiropractor, Youngsville Borough Council, Youngsville Dairy Queen, Youngsville Hardware, Youngsville Pharmacy,
Community members who sponsored incentive prizes include: Connie Lucia, Craig and Katie Paul, Rosann Paul, Barb Sorvelli, Kristy and Roger Wallace, and an anonymous donor.
Summer Super Reader Prize Winners:
All participants who completed at least one reading log level received a free ice cream cone coupon from Youngsville Dairy Queen.
$5 Valley Bowling Certificates: Nyko Mercado, Breahna Nicoletti, Alex Hill, Collin Stover sponsored by Valley Bowling; Personal Pan Pizzas sponsored by The Galley (20 total were awarded): Jasmine Wojtkiewicz, Brandon Bennett (2), Kristy Bennett (2), Rebecca Bennett (2), Nick Cox, Kendra Shaffer (2) Jonathan Hahn, Emily Hutchings, Carson Chase, Ales Hill, Aaron Bennett (2), Amanda Bennett (3), Abby Downs; Day Passes to use the Youngsville Borough Pool (set of 2): Katie Downs, Starla Hoffner, Nick Cox, Garrett Jensen, Alya Mercado, Emily Hutchings, Justin Hahn, Josiah Camp, Haven May, Seth Jensen sponsored by Youngsville Borough Council; $5 Gift Certificate to Down Under (10 total awarded): Jasmine Wojtkiewicz, Autumn Hoffner, Jonathan Woltkiewicz, Jonathan Hahn, Faith Johnson, Madison Carnahan, Haven May, Curtis Hoffner (2), Abby Downs sponsored by Down Under; Medium – one topping Pizza from Huey’s: Justin Hahn, Collin Stover sponsored by Huey’s Place; Warren County Fair Passes (set of 2 passes): Starla Hoffner, Alya Mercado, Nyko Mercado, Kendra Shaffer, Brian Yost, Seth Jensen, Bree Jewell, Collin Stover, Brandon Forslund sponsored by AR Beatty, Jim “the Mahn” Auto, VanHouten Chiropractic, Nelson Funeral Home; $15 Wal-Mart gift cards: Garrett Jensen, Dominic Nicoletti, Josiah camp, Jacob Williams, Alex Hill, Amanda Bennett sponsored by Youngsville Pharmacy, Attitudes by Roxie, Barb Sorvelli, Youngsville Hardware, Nelson Funeral Home; $5 DQ Gift Cards: Katie Downs, Alya Mercado, Lindsey Cox, Jacob Williams (2), Bree Jewell, Rebecca Bennett sponsored by Rosann Paul, Craig & Katie Paul, Attitudes by Roxie, Barb Sorvelli, Youngsville Hardware, Nelson Funeral Home; $10 Dipson Movie gift card: Carson Chase, Brandon Forslund, Claire Daniels, Bree Jewell sponsored by Connie Lucia, Nelson Funeral Home, Pete’s Beverage, Youngsville Pharmacy; Crayola Glow Book: Sahara Lehman sponsored by Pete’s Beverage; Nerf Super Soaker Water Guns: Becca Emple, Michael Carnahan, Lydia Gregory sponsored by Rosann Paul, Craig & Katie Paul, Lauger’s Good Lawn; LaLa Loopsey Silly Fun House: Katharine Smith sponsored by Lauger’s Good Lawn; Popcorn assortment and DVD: Claire Daniels sponsor was anonymous; Alligator pool noodle: Joe Yost sponsor Connie Lucia; Slip-n-Slide Slam Dunk: Brian Yost, Katie Jesson both sponsored by Kristy & Roger Wallace; Northwest Savings Bank sponsored Tote Bags for Bonus prize winners and Bob’s Garage, Dr. Pikna, DMD, and St. Luke Church sponsored T-shirts for readers who reached the top reading log levels.
Friends of Rouse
The 7th Annual Friends of Rouse September Swing Golf Scramble, sponsored by Highmark, will take place on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Cable Hollow Golf Course. For more information, call 814-563-6433.
The Fundraising Committee hopes that you will assist us in making this a tremendous event that will help “Love In the Name of Christ” continue its ministry in the Brokenstraw Valley. This is our major fundraiser for the year. If you can help, sponsor or please call Pamela at 563-3394.
Love Inc. Golf Scramble
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 hopes that you will assist us in making this a tremendous event that will help “Love In the Name of Christ” continue its ministry in the Brokenstraw Valley. This is the group’s major fundraiser for the year. If you can help or sponsor, call Pamela at 563-3394.