Youngsville Area News In Brief
The Library Board and Friends of the Youngsville Library would like to thank all of our most recent Library Angels. The following “Angels” either donated money toward the cost of a specific item that was listed on our Library Tree or donated the item outright to the library.
Most recent Library Angels: Books: In Memory of Paula Southwell made by her family; “Wish-list book”: Fred & Carol Danielson; General donations: In honor of Herb Trask made by Anneliese Haight; Daybreakers Bowling League; Peggy Nelson; Bill and Pam Hummel; toner for copier: Rhonda Craig; adult DVD: Kristy & Roger Wallace; Stamps: Bill & Pam Hummel; Magazine donation: Fred and Carol Danielson; paper for fax machine: Rhonda Craig.
“We just can’t thank all of this year’s Library Angels enough,” stated Library Director, Kristy Wallace. “We have so many patrons who support our library faithfully with this fundraiser and other fundraisers throughout the year. Without such advocacy and genuine concern, we just wouldn’t be able to offer all the services that we do. The board members, Library Friends, and I are truly grateful to have such great community support for our library.”
Regular business hours resume at the library beginning Friday, Jan. 3. from noon-4 pm. Hours for 2014 will be Monday and Tuesday, noon-7:30 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Friday, noon- 4 p.m.
Love INC. CMC
members to meet
The CMC meeting will be held Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. or 6 p.m. at the Love Inc office on Main St. Youngsville, PA.
Healing Services at St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church
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.
Restore the store on the corner of IOOF and Main Street in Youngsville has a large variety of gently used clothing available for winter. Many coats and jeans and sweaters along with other items are some of the gems found at the Restore. A number of toys and games are also available.
A sale will take place from Jan. 7- 11, 2014, items will be $2 a bag. The Restore Store hours are Monday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Tuesday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Wednesday 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.; Thursday noon-4 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The proceeds of the store benefit the Branch Fellowship and Love Inc. Ministries.
Youngsville Borough workers will be picking up discarded Christmas trees on Friday.