Sheffield Area News In Brief

Bowling tournament

The Jack V. Barner Memorial Bowling Tournament got under way on Saturday, March 1, and continues every Saturday through March. If you get a chance stop down and support the tournament. The silentauction is full of prizes that have been donated. Top three teams after first night are as follows: Team Stover 3,440, Team Summers 3,406 and Team Hanks 3,359. High women series was Annita Johnson with a score of 642, high men’s series was Rick Stover with a score of 796 and the high junior was Shane Rolick with a score of 340.

Cemetery Association

The Board of Directors of the Sheffield Cemetery Association met for their annual meeting at the Township Building at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Not many lots are being sold, this making the income portion look off balance from the expenses. For anyone interested in purchasing a cemetery lot, they are $400 and the maps are at the Township office. Call 968-3096 if you are interested in purchasing a lot.

The sexton was thanked for his work on the new road at the top of Section 9. The slate of officers was addressed and nominations were as follows: Paul Sam Lindberg, President, Jim McNeal, Vice President, Sexton, Joe Walton and Secretary/Treasurer Kristi Kulka. Committees were set up as follows: Building and Grounds: Jim McNeal, Dennis Sturdevant, Jay Fitch and Joe Walton; Finance: Jim McMillen, Jamie Steffan and Sam Lindberg. Jim Ordiway is a new member to the Board and the secretary is to contact him to see where he would like to be placed. The Endowment Trustees are Jamie Steffan and Jim McMillen. The next meeting of the cemetery board will be in September at the cemetery.

Mid-Week Lenten

Service Schedule

All services will be at 7 p.m.

March 19, Stoneham UMC, Father John Neff, “Hear the Word of God”

March 26, Bethany LC, Pastor Marty Reynolds, “Proclaim the Good News of God in Christ through Word & Deed”

April 2, St. Anthony’s RCC, Pastor David Blank, “Serve All People following The Example of Jesus”

April 9, Tiona UMC, Pastor Dennis Johnson, “Strive for Justice and, Peace in All the Earth”

NWTF

Kinzua Allegheny Longbeards Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation would like you to join them at the Sheffield Fire Hall as they host the 24th Annual Hunting Heritage Banquet March 28. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7:30 p.m. To register contact Joe Leichtenberger at (814)968-3890. Early Bird registration cutoff date is March 19. Your early registration will be a great help to the planners of this event.

Chili Festival

The 21st Annual Chili Festival will take place on Sunday, March 16, at the Cherry Grove Firehall from 1 to 4 p.m.

Sheffield UMC

The Sheffield United Methodist Church will have a soup and pie luncheon at noon on Sunday, March 16. This is a fundraiser for the church budget.

Main Street Artisans

The monthly meeting of the Main Street Artisans took place at the co-op with all artisans present with exception of Sue Curtin, who sells jams and jellies.

The artisans stated that the new way in which the shop is set up seems to be working well. Shoppers seem to flow within the shop. The shop is still open at its location at 29 South Main Street with the same hours. It is only open on one side now.

The co-op could not afford to keep both sides open, so they closed the side towards the Pharmacy and moved everything into one side. All the artists have plenty of space for the collection of their fineries. The artists and what they specialize in are as follows: Janice Lyle, Fiber Artist, Randy Melquist, Glass Art, Donna Anderson, Jewelry Designer, Marilyn Dunkle, Watercolors, Evelyn McNeal, Oils, Melody Mead, Acrylics, Bill Simbeck, Photographer, Shirley Corelli, Handmade scented candles, soaps, etc, Leon Edmiston, Intersia, Jenelle Johnson, Furniture Restoration, Nancy Edmiston, Baker, Sandy Droney, Fiber Artist, Bruce Melquist, Wood Turning, Paul Yourschisin, Scroll Saw Art, Sue Curtain, Exceptional Cook, Cathy Peterson, Fiber Artist.

The co-op is always looking for new artists. Applications and the bylaws of the co-op are available. Presently they are looking for a woodworker, potter, glassware artist, leathersmith or perhaps ceramic artist. The April raffle is a hand-painted pitcher painted by Marilyn Dunkle, full of Easter candy and a stuffed bunny. The shop is open Wednesday-Friday from 11 a.m. 6 pm., Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Coming Events

TODAY Sheffield Area Trap Team Mandatory Orientation at Rod & Gun at 9AM

TODAY Give Cancer the Boot, Scott Steffan fundraiser at Lion’s Den from 12-5PM

March 16th Cherry Grove VFD Chili Festival

March 16th 12 PM at Sheffield UMC Soup and Pie Fundraiser

March 17th 7:30 PM at the Sheffield Hospitality Center Sheffield Township Supervisors

March 23rd Girls Track and Field Spaghetti Dinner at Lions Club 11am-5PM

March 28th-Wild Turkey Federation Banquet at SVFD

April 5th-SVFD Auxiliary Spring Craft Show

SAMSHS Music Boosters Cornhole Tournament

April 12th-Soup and Sub Sale at Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department

Allegheny Valley Elementary School Spring Craft Sale from 10 AM 3PM

Noon Easter Egg Hunt

May 3rd Sheffield Rotary Multiphasic Bloodscreening

May 10th-NRA Dinner

June 19th -20th Sheffield Open in DuBois

July 18th -20th Sheffield Alumni Association Weekend

August 17th -23rd SVFD Fireman’s Festival

September 20/21-Fire Police Hosting Meeting