Briefs

Transplant support

Agnes McKenna, Warren General Hospital nutritionist, will speak to Close to the Heart Transplant Support Group at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 20, in the Jefferson Room at the Warren Library. If you are a transplant candidate or have already had a transplant, bring your spouse or friend and hear what Agnes has to say about nutrition and food safety for the transplant recipient.

Parkinson support

The Warren Parkinson Disease Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 3, at First Presbyterian Church, 300 Market St., Warren. Individuals with Parkinson Disease and their families are invited to attend. For more information, call 757-8795.

Camp planned

Penn State Extension is proud to offer the annual Northwest Pennsylvania 4-H Camp for 4-H members June 12-15. The camp is open to 4-H members completing grades two through nine and is titled “The Mystery Machine.” Two separate tracks will be offered at camp. The first track is for members completing grades two through five and will have age appropriate activities. The second track is for members completing grades six through eight and is suited to their interest. The camp will be held at All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church Camp near Emlenton. The opportunity to attend 4-H camp offers youths a glimpse of the numerous projects and activities available to them in the program. They work with 4-H teen counselors and staff to try new challenges and learn traditions at camp. Camp enrollment is available by registering online at extension.psu.edu/mystery-machine. The cost to attend, as a Warren County 4-H member, is drastically reduced. Deadline to register is May 23. Contact the Penn State Extension office at 563-9388 for more information.

Class to lunch

Warren Area High School Class of 1966 will have lunch at Perkins Restaurant on Saturday, May 24, at 11 a.m. Call 706-8958 or 8961 or email to reunionofclassof66@gmail.com for reservations.

Win at bridge

Winners in bridge club play at the Woman’s Club of Warren Thursday were Joanne Massa, first, and Peggy Morgan, second.