Sheffield Area News In Brief
By KRISTI KULKA
The following letter was received at the township office. “Sheffield A little bit of Heaven” in God’s Country. I wanted to tell Sheffield thank you for such a great Johnny Appleseed Festival. This is the first time we have seen the lanterns on their way to Heaven. What a beautiful sight and memory forever. I feel that our love ones received their lanterns from this wonderful town. When our 5 kids were small in the ’60s we camped at Hearts Content. We started coming to your festivals brining our kids and then our grankids and now our great grandkids. We were very upset when they stopped for a while. Now they are even bigger and better. We have owned property up the hill since ’92 and know that our families will continue to visit Sheffield forever! Thanks for all the work you do in your little bit of Heaven in God’s Country. The Beekers, Lane and Clara of Fremont, Ohio.
The festival had a banner year! A complete successThank you to all our sponsors, competitors, vendors both crafters and food all our volunteers (too numerous to list) especially the volunteers who put this event together year after year for the community of Sheffield.
Road bonding discussed
Sheffield Township Supervisors, road crew and chief of police met with Michele Morningstar, Matt Vibrail and Jon Wilson of PennDOT to review the process of road bonding in the township. Sheffield Township will begin the road bonding process with the passing of an ordinance in November. This process will protect the township roads from damages that have been done by overweight trucks.
During the Johnny Appleseed Festival the Progressive Woman’s Club of Sheffield held a basket raffle. The profits will be added to the Sheffield Scholarship Fund.
Each year the club awards four scholarships to Sheffield High School graduates to help them further their education. The fund may be added as a charity of choice when a loved one passes. Contributions can be sent in care of The Valley Voice, PO Box 177, Clarendon, Pa. 16313.
The baskets were won by Sue Wenzel, Amy White, Carl P., Sherry Servesko, Amy White and Rosy Cashmere. Thanks to all who purchased tickets and added funds to the scholarship.
The KCH and Sheffield Rotary Multiphasic Blood Screening will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 6 to 9:30 a.m. at the Sheffield Hospitality Center. Call 837-5171 or 1-800-565-9200 and ask for extension 4790 for your reservations. Have your name, birthdate, and doctor’s name handy for registration.
Deadline to register is Wednesday, Oct. 30. This is 30 tests for $35. Ask also about a Vitamin D, Hepatitis C, A1c, TSH, PSA and Occult blood testing for additional fees.
Sheffield Rod and Gun
Third Annual Randy Wolfe Memorial Trap Shoot is being held on Sunday, Oct. 20 at the Sheffield Rod and Gun Club on Austin Hill Road. Sign-up begins at 10 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m. 25 Wobble at 20 yard line and 25 Penelton Target Program, $25 for senior shooters and $15 JR/Sub JR Shooters.
Prizes, food and a Chinese auction will be available. This event is being sponsored by the Sheffield Youth Trap Team. For more information, contact Marie Kibbey at 727-7396 or Joe Leichtenberger at 968-3890. All proceeds from the event goes to help the Sheffield Youth Trap Team.
The Wolverine Gridiron Club is sponsoring a Chicken BBQ, prepared by the Sheffield Rod & Gun Club on Sunday, Nov. 10 from noon until 5 p.m. at the Sheffield Lions Den.
Meal includes half BBQ Chicken, baked potato, side dish and a roll for $8. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are available at Peterson’s Hardware, Sheffield Rod and Gun Club, The Lee House and the Allegheny Pit Stop (See Marlene) or by calling any Gridiron Club member: Craig/Pam Higby (968-4277); Mike/Marlene Kipp (730-5496; Donna McDonald (968-3702); Chris/Jena Albaugh (968-3737); Rich/Denise Pierson (968-3561); Lonny/Kris Heeter (968-5013); Robin Confer (968-3579); Marty/Paulette Grove (968-5498); Scott/April Barr (968-5062); Gerry/Tracy Knowles (723-0579).
All proceeds will benefit the Sheffield Middle/Senior High football program.
The menu for the week will be: Monday: chicken tenders and tater tots with bread pudding for dessert. Thursday brings spaghetti and meatballs, tossed salad with cream puffs for dessert. Friday’s buffet features Haluski (noodles and cabbage) and fruit among many other choices from which to choose.
Some highlights for the week are Tuesday ‘Senior night out’ for dinner and some shopping, Walmart, Dollar Tree, with friends, with a stop for ice cream at Frosty’s Chalet on the way home. If you would have an appointment, groceries, banking, Dr. visits etc. give us a call on Mondays and we will make your reservation for you with TAWC bus to pick you up on Wednesday at your door to take you to your stops, lunch and home again, let them do the driving for you it only costs 25 cents for each stop you have.
We have scheduled a bus Friday, Oct. 25 for the Senior Expo at the TAWC building in Warren, they will begin to pick up at 10 a.m. to take you to the Expo where you can get needed information on so many topics of interest, plus a free lunch. Give us a call to make your reservation on our bus 968-5667.
If you would like to bake something for the Sheffield Craft show on Saturday, Oct. 26, have your donations there before 9 a.m. We could not have such a wonderful Senior Center with out your support. We will have our Thanksgiving Basket at the Expo and also at the Fire Hall tickets are 3 for $1 drawing Nov. 25. You will find gift certificates worth $95 from Tops Grocery, Subway, Kwik Fill and Walmart plus a $50 bill along with the fixins for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Coming Events: Sign up for our bus trip to Cleveland’s I X ‘Christmas Connection’ on Saturday, Nov. 23. We pick up in Sheffield, Warren and Youngsville the cost is $48 includes motor coach, admission, and driver’s tip. This festive event of over 500 vendors, Santa Land, train area, wine cellar, and food court. Call now for your reservation 968-5667.
Trips for 2014- We are booking a motor coach to travel to Lancaster to see the presentation of ‘Moses’ at the Sight and Sound Theater in the spring.
Oct. 4-12-New Orleans
Nov. 1-8– *Hawaii * Brochures available
Sheffield Rod & Gun
Saturday, Oct. 26 is a pheasant hunt and Sunday, Oct. 27 is a chuckar hunt at the Sheffield Rod & Gun Club. Both hunts start at 8 a.m. Members only and their kids and must have a valid PA hunting license. The location will be announced that morning.
Oct 19 SVFD Fall Auction doors open at noon
Oct 20 Sheffield Rod & Gun Club 3rd Annual Randy Wolfe Memorial Trap Shoot
Oct 26 SVFD Auxiliary Craft and Bake Sale
Nov 2 – KCH/Sheffield Rotary Mulitiphasic Bloodscreening
Nov 29 Sheffield Sports Boosters Turkey Party/Cash-a-palooza doors open at 6:30 at Sheffield VFD
Nov 30 Cherry Grove VFD Fall Gun Raffle doors open at 6:30
Dec 14 SVFD Christmas Auction doors open at noon
Nov 1-8 Sheffield Senior Center trip to Hawaii