Tidioute Area News in Brief
Senior Center menu
On Thursday, May 1 lunch will be Vegetable soup and sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Monday, May 5 will be macaroni and cheese, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, May 6 will be Stuffed Cabbage, Stuffed Peppers (your choice), dessert and beverages.
Thursday, May 8 will be the Mothers Day Lunch will all sorts of fixings.
Monday, May 12 will be Tuna and Noodles, desert and beverages.
Tuesday, May 13 to be announced.
Thursday, May 15 will be Italian Chicken and goulash.
Please call the center at 484-3020 to sign up or lunch. This is just a courtesy for the cook.
There will be a meeting of the Trustees of the Swede Cemetery on Sunday, May 4, at 2 p.m. at the cemetery.
Lot owners are invited to attend this meeting.
Master Bob Hollabaugh presided over the meeting.
Repairs were done to the building that were caused by the bitter winter being the main topic. Leeks and hot water has now been taken care of with the installation of a new pressure tank.
Dictionaries will be distributed in August at the start of the new school year to third graders at Tidioute Community Charter School.
Up-coming events include: Watson Grange meeting on May 8 at 6:30 p.m. with cookies for refreshments; Warren-Forest Pomona Grange on May 10 at 9 a.m. at the Grange building on Warren County Fairgrounds; Clean up Lenhart Cemetery on May 12 at 6 p.m. with a rain date being May 19; Auction Sale at Pomona Grange on May 17 at 1 p.m.; Hayride on June 6 at John Hollabaugh’s at 6 p.m.; Warren County Fair August 4 to 9; Election of Officers at Watson on August 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Lecturer, Kelly VanOrd used the theme History of the Calendar for the program. She read the history and conducted two quizzes concerning the calendars which were won by John Hollabaugh. Members gave readings for each month of the year.
On May 14, 2014 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. the Community foundation of Warren County will be hosting “Warren Give” a twelve hour online donation event when donors will be able to give to their favorite charities on-line.
Please consider using this event to donate to the Tidioute Area Community Fund (TACF). The Tidioute Area Community Fund (TACF) has been started as an endowment fund to support nonprofit organizations in the Tidioute area. This is a permanent fund and all donations to the TACF will be for the exclusive benefit of non-profit organizations in the Tidioute Area. Examples would be : Tidioute Area Health and Dental Center Corporation, the Tidioute Library, Mobile Food Pantries in Tidioute, the Tidioute Community Charter School, and scholarships to Tidioute students going on to higher education.
The TCAF reached the $50,000 mark last year. They anticipate being able to make grants from the interest on this initial amount beginning in 2015.
To make an on line donation on May 14, you will access the website: warrengives.org. You can then search for your organization and make your contribution by using the DONATE button on your organization’s page. Minimum donations are $25. Visa, MasterCard and Discover will be accepted for this special event. 100% of you donation goes directly to the charity. Additionally, a $35,000 match will be distributed among the organizations based on totals raised at the end of the event.
Donations can also be mailed to Post Office Box 6, Tidioute, PA 16351. Gifts of any size are welcome. Checks are to be made out to Community Foundation of Warren County – but all donation will be for the benefit of non-profit organizations in the Tidioute Area.
Members of the Senior Center purchased a Picnic Basket that they will fill with all the items needed for a picnic and a gift certificate will be purchased from Evan’s Market for the meats.
Members will have a sign up sheet to choose items they wish to donate to the basket.
Tickets will be on sale shortly for $1 each or 6 for $5. Drawing will be in time for the 4th of July.
A new member was welcomed to the center, Mildred Dashner, has joined the members for meals.
On Thursday, May 1 those attending are asked to wear a hat for the Kentucky Derby celebration.
There were 24 present to lunch on Tuesday.
Farmers Market Vouchers will be available on June 5 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 2014 Eligibility and Proxy forms are available at the center for those who want to sign up for the vouchers.
Vouchers are available to Warren/Forest county residents, age 60 and older who meet the income guidelines.
Income guidelines: $21,590 for single person and $29,101 for a couple.
For more information please call Pat at the senior center 484-3020.
Tidioute School and Tidioute Community Charter School will be holding a Reunion meeting on May 12, 2014 at 6:45 p.m. at the Tidioute Library.
Anyone interested in helping to plan this reunion should try to attend.
Please call Cindy Lindemuth in the evenings for more information, your help and support is greatly appreciated.
Local municipalities will be holding a Spring Clean Up on Saturday, May 10.
Tidioute borough will be at the borough garage from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. $5 per car load and $10 per pickup load. No batteries, tires or building material.
Limestone township will hold theirs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. a tax slip is needed , no tires or batteries.
Triumph township will hold there clean up from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $10 per load.
Watson Township will hold its Spring Clean Up on Saturday, May 2 from 8 a.m. to noon for $5 per load.
Deerfield Township will hold its clean up on Saturday, June 7 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Each car load will be $10 a load and a fee of $20 for each truck load.
No tires, paint or paint cans, hazardous material, batteries, roofing or cement blocks.
1. Natalie Proper, Brad Spencer, Ken Near, Kari Selfridge
2. Lanna Fike, Gretchen Morrison, Terry McKown, Johnny Mechling
3. Lamar Dixon, Julie Myers, Samantha Joseph, Ericha McLaughlin, David Blair
4. Kayla Lowe, Patricia Miller, Bobbie Anderson, Benjamin Farrell
5. Jeanette Nicholson, John Hollabaugh, Cindy Dixon, Erica Berlin, Beth Ziegler
6. Keith Klos Jr.
7. Seth Jenny, Mike Miller
8. Jodi Moore, Timothy Nicholson, Pam McLaughlin, Adam Watson
9. Linda Palmer
10. Cody Anthony, Mary Watson, Bill Konkle, Fred Yeager, Colleen Morrison
11. Melissa Bowman, Alex Arnold, Rob McManigle, Kristin Moore, April Butler-Sirney
12. Carrie Greene, Juanita Pascarella, Jay Pascarella, Duane Meeks
13. Danny Gazalie Jr, Lindsay Shanley, Jonathan Timco
14. Jena Craft, Charlie Yeager, Florence Gustafson
15. Jeri Lee Higgins, Matt Proper, Kim Rafalski, Tiffany Leach, Joe McLaughlin, Delores Timco
17. Alicia Sites, Christopher Jones, Patricia Shields, Benjamin Craft, Nancy Anderson, Keith Klos Sr., Kathy Morgan
18. Grace Sabella, Lyn Harshaw, Tessa Rehe, Stephen Vincent, Rylan Meneo
19. Hank Stoneburg, Tom Fedele
20. Melinda Brown, Erick Sovich, Mike Jones, Deanna Dygan, J. Higgins, Dawn Lang
21. Hamilton White, Becky Hosick-Fedele, Melanie Kernick
22. Shelly Walter, Dan Dorman, Jill Jenkins
23. Cole McCauley, Beulah McAfoose, William Brown, Aaron Downey, Luke Eastman, Mandy Marotta
24. Sandy Martin, Peg Froman, DeeDee Coughlin
25. Tootie Weaver, Waylon Henderson, Susan Brown, Elsie Ressler
26. Patrick McIntyre, Jessica Lester
27. Keith Cyphert, Jason Snavley, Tim Sneeringer, Stephanie Burris
28. Joseph Schwab, Bill Downey, Devin Kagle, Suzanne McIntyre, Ashley Mineweaser
29. Ron Higgins, Ryan McKown, Noreen Downy,
31. Archer Watson, Michael Buccardo, Lynn Meade, Lillian Shoemaker, Maureen Schwab
Up Coming Events:
Saturday, May 3 Watson Township cleanup 8-12
Sunday, May 4 Bingo at Buccardo’s 2 p.m.