Youngsville Area News in Brief
The Altar/Rosary Society of St. Luke Catholic Church will be holding its semi-annual Rummage Sale on May 1 and 2 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday is “dollar a bag day.”
Ten percent of the proceeds benefits a local charity. Remaining items will go to the Appalachian Service Center in Louisa, Ky. to benefit our fellow Americans in need.
YHS Class ’64
YHS class of 1964 will meet for lunch Tuesday, April 29 at Perkins in Warren at 12:30 p.m. All welcome. Contact Fred Peters 563-9493 for more information.
Cinco Race Forms
& Display at library
From its beginning, the Cinco Race and Walk Event has actively supported the five libraries located within Warren County. Each year all race proceeds are donated to the five libraries in Warren County and are collectively used toward the purchase of library materials which, in turn, benefits all residents of Warren County.
This year, registration forms, information, and displays can be found at each library in addition to their website www.runthecinco.com. The large display at Youngsville Library includes many photos of participants and well- wishers as well as registration forms.
The Cinco Races and Walks are a unique rural race that offers running races of 22.7 miles and running races and fun walks of 13.1 miles, 5 miles, 3.1 miles, and 1.5 miles.
“The Cinco event is more than just a community race and not only because of their generosity to each of our libraries,” said Library Director Kristy Wallace. “This community event is Cinco de Mayo-themed with a focus on fun for the whole family. They also offer events from bike safety, fly fishing and urban geocaching instruction to chair massages, arts activities, a magic show, storytelling, face painting and even free dashes for the kids to participate in while parents run or walk. They even have bull costumes for kids and adults to wear if you’d rather interact with the crowd. We are so grateful to the entire Cinco crew for undertaking this event each year and to everyone who registers and participates. As a county, our libraries really do benefit from this event.”
The Cinco Races and Walks will take place Saturday, May 3 at 4000 Market St., behind the Warren Mall. Preregistration is strongly encouraged. You can pick up a registration form at your local library or register at www.runthecinco.com, active.com, or call 954-675-4684 with questions.
Sponsors for this year’s Cinco include Tim Horton’s, Michelob Ultra, Warren General, PNC Bank, KwikFill, and Shego.co.
Spring Sale at Saron
Saron Lutheran Church 148 W. Main Street, Youngsville, will hold a Rummage / Bake sale on Friday and Saturday, May 23. Friday’s hours are 8 a.m. till 4 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. till noon. Friday will be a bake sale as well from 8 a.m. till sold out. Saturday offers $1 per bag.
Love INC 3rd Annual
Saturday, May 10 will be the Love INC 3rd Annual Golf Scramble. The event will take place at Cable Hollow Golf Course, Russell, 757-4765. Registration will be at 8 a.m. tee time: 9 a.m. The cost is $60 per person; four-person team $240.
Prizes- 1st Place team-$500. 2nd Place team-$250 3rd Place team-free round of Golf-Food and refreshments available. If you would like to participate, contact Love INC of the Brokenstraw Valley, Box 184 205 E. Main Street, Youngsville, 563-3394. Register by calling Love INC. at 563-3394 and/or Cable Hollow Golf Course 757-4765 or join us on our web pageloveincbv.org.
Youngsville High School
The YHS Alumni Picnic Annual 50 years and plus graduates’ event held the second Tuesday of July. This year the picnic will be held at the Youngsville Fire Hall on July 8 from noon to 4 p.m. All YHS graduates who have graduated 50 and plus years ago are invited. This year event is hosted by the class of 1962; and the class of 1963 is invited as honored guests. All graduates from 1962 and 1963 are especially encouraged to attend and experience this annual reunion along with all other YHS alumni.
More detail information to follow in future publications; mark your calendars; e-mail classmates and plan to attend this event. Any questions you may call 563-9865.
Camp Halo Needs
Camp Halo is a Christian camp located in Spring Creek. “This is our fourth summer for the camp, in this location,” said director Barbara Pfeil. “We run one-week camps from June 27 to Aug. 1. Camp Halo was started to be a safe place for kids who can’t afford to go to camp. They come here to get a change from their everyday life. Campers are selected from Warren and Corry areas to attend camp free of charge.”
Retreats for kids ages 6-15 enjoy three full meals each day, fun, games, swimming and crafts. The camp has daily devotions and chapel time each day. Camp Halo is solely run on generous support from the communities, organizations and individuals.
Camp Halo is in need of clothing for children ages 7- 15 sizes 6- 16 boys and girls and some adult clothing. New undergarments are needed for boy and girls. Many food items, paper products and sleeping bags, single sheets, pillows, school clothes, shoes, socks, single bed blankets.
For more information, contact Diane Payne at the Restore, 563-4849, or visit website at Facebook.com search Camp Halo. E-mail Camphalo2011@yahoo.com
Restore Store has
Winter Clothing and
Gently Used Toys
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 seasonal clothes with other items are some of the gems found at the Restore. A number of toys and games are also available. Come in and browse and the staff will assist you if needed.
A sale will take place from $1 a bag. The Restore Store hours are Thursday noon to 4 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The proceeds of the store benefit the Branch Fellowship and Love Inc. Ministries.
A mission breakfast fundraiser will be held at the Youngsville Free Methodist’s Joyful Cafe, 179 Davis Street, Youngsville, as the church’s monthly fundraiser for upcoming mission projects.
Join us for our “1st Saturday” breakfast at the Joyful Cafe. We will be serving breakfast on Saturday, May 3 from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Come have some eggs, sausage, bacon, toast and all you can eat pancakes. Everyone is welcome; a donation will be accepted for this fundraiser.
Join or Renew
your ROY Membership
Look around Youngsville and note the improvements. The annual ROY membership drive is underway. Your membership not only helps with matching funds for more improvement grants, but it demonstrates the community’s backing for those grant requests. It also encourages the volunteers to know that the community approves and appreciates their efforts toward making Youngsville a better place to live.
Show your support by sending your $10 check for individual memberships to the Revitalization of Youngsville, Box 330 Youngsville PA. Thanks to all residents in and surrounding Youngsville for their generosity.
Next ROY Bike-Hike Trail meeting is Friday, May 2 at 5 p.m., following the meeting is a work bee to clean the trail. Saturday, May 3 at 9 a.m. is a work bee to clear trail. Meet at Free Methodist Church, 179 Davis St.
Any questions or information contact Brokenstraw Creek Bike-Hike Trail Chairman Pastor Rick Hamrick, 563-9009.
The next general meeting for Revitalization of Youngsville is Tuesday, May 12, at 9 a.m. at Youngsville Borough Building, 40 Railroad St. All are welcome.
Spring Clean-up will be held on May 3 at the borough building parking lot at 40 Railroad St. from 8 a.m. to noon. Minimum fees for $10/car and $20/truck., ID required.
The Friends of the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool will be collecting scrap metal in the Youngsville Borough parking lot on Saturday, May 3 during the community clean-up day. Scrap can be brought in by anyone, not just borough residents. We will be collecting mixed scrap as well as car and lawn mower batteries. All proceeds will go towards needed improvements at the pool.
‘A Night at the Races’ to
benefit BVSP and
The Friends of the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool and the Youngsville Recreation Commission will be sponsoring “A Night at the Races” on Friday, May 2 at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Wager on videotaped horse racing. Win one of many raffle prizes. BYOB and BYO snacks (finger snacks will be provided). Don your best Kentucky Derby attire and win a prize. All betting wagers are $2 minimum. Payouts will be determined by the number of winning tickets. Payouts will go to win, place and show.
Doors will open at 6 pm. You must be 21 years of age to attend.
Fun Walk /Fun Bike
Ride for Cystic Fibrosis
On May 10 there will be a fun walk/fun bike ride hosted by the family of Logan McDonald to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. It will be held at Youngsville Elementary/Middle School at 10 a.m. Team Logan Lovers is also selling chances for a basket of Pampered Chef item valued at over $400. Contact Lori Dyke at 489-3675 with any questions.
The 21st annual YHS Alumni Scholarship Fund Golf Scramble will be held on Saturday, May 17 at Cable Hollow Golf Course. The four-person team event begins with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The $220 per team entry fee includes greens fees, cart rental, lunch, prizes and a donation to the scholarship fund. This year the scholarship fund will be awarding scholarships totaling $10,000 to several graduating seniors of the Class of 2014. Contact Tim Sandberg at 723-7087 for further information. Individual donations may be made to support the Golf Scramble to P.O. Box 73, Youngsville, PA 16371.
The Little Eagles
The Little Eagles Wrestling Club will be holding a golf scramble Saturday, June 7 at Creekside Golf Course in Spring Creek to raise funds for new practice mats. This is a 4-man scramble, $50 per golfer. Golfers will receive a scramble t-shirt, beverages, hot dogs, and chances at prizes.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com. This is limited to the first nine teams or 36 registered golfers. Registrations due by May 16.
Ride for Majengo
Three Great Rides: 100-mile Gran Fondo; 60-mile Medio Fondo; 10-mile Family Ride on May 25. All rides start and end at the Youngsville Pharmacy.
Request of $25 entry fee and all riders are required to acquire at least $100 in pledges.
Pledges are due at the sign in table. We will provide rest stations with water and snacks, “sag wagon,” A commemorative T-shirt and plate of pasta at the finish line.
Located in the rural town of Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania, the Majengo Children’s Home was founded in 2008 by Lynn Connell. A group of friends from Warren paid a visit to the orphanage in early 2009 and upon returning home formed the Warren Majengo Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to raising the funds necessary to feed, cloth, and house and educates the Majengo children. The original orphanage quickly proved too small, our numbers grew as did the children. In 2012 the local government granted the orphanage 10 acres on which to build a new facility with more spacious houses, gardens, soccer field, office, dining hall, kitchen, and laundry. Phase 1 of the build is complete, but much more needs to be done!
For more information, visit www.majengo.org.