Sheffield Area News In Brief

KRISTY KULKA

Correspondent

Hospitality Center

The menu for the week will be: Monday, Chicken Tenders, home fries & ice cream cake for dessert. Thursday, Smothered Chicken on rice, California blend vegetables and ice cream. Friday, center is closed.

THIS WEEKS HIGHLITES: Monday, come and play pool, cards, or just join in conversation and have a cup of coffee. Lunches are served at noon; please call ahead to make your reservation. Wednesday join friends to shop in Warren, TAWC will pick up starting at 8:30 to take you for groceries, book store, doctor Appointments, where ever you would like to go, each time you enter the bus all you pay is 25c so leave your car at home and be picked up with the bus. Thursday, Advisory Council meeting at 10:30 sharp; this is the time to view concerns or make suggestions.

TRIPS:

BUFFALO BOAT TRIP-July 29, Tuesday, final count and payment due July 15. Plan for a nice day to have a relaxing luncheon cruise on Lake Erie, tour the Botanical Gardens, stop at Braymillers Market for vegetable shopping or have an ice cream treat. Cost is $84, tip included. Pickup is at Shurfine grocery, Warren, and the Center in Sheffield.

NEW ORLEANS-October 4-12, two motor coaches are reserved so there will be room to spread out. This wonderful trip features 4 nights in the New Orleans area, tour of a Louisiana Plantation, Harrah’s Casino, a relaxing Riverboat cruise on the Mississippi River and an impressive WWII Museum, plus a guided tour of New Orleans, lodging, tips, and so much more for $749.

HAWAII-November 1-8, ‘The trip of a lifetime’ fly right out of Buffalo to Honolulu. The Norwegian Cruise lines ‘Pride of America’ will be your ‘hotel and restaurant,’ sailing at night so each morning you will have a new beautiful Island to explore.

LOOKING TO 2015-New York City & Miami & Key West, Florida

Main Street Artisans

The Father’s Day Raffle winner at the shop was Karen Moldovan receiving a wood scroll cut deer shelf, made by Paul Yourchisin, an eagle photograph by Bill Simbeck, and a $20 gift certificate for a cake from Nancy Edmiston!

Sheffield Open Results

The 52nd Annual Sheffield Open Golf outing was held the June 19 adn 20 at the DuBois Country Club and Beechwood Golf Course. Weather conditions were wet but 74 golfers coming from 5 different states participated in the two-day tournament. Winners of the senior gross division was Fuzzy Merenick of Warren; winner of the under 65 gross division was Tyler Labesky of Sheffield; and the overall winner in the net division was Jim Anundson of Franklin.

Sheffield Rotary golf

The Sheffield Rotary Club had its annual golf tournament on June 21 at Blueberry Hill Golf Course. Winners of the tournament were Jamie Steffan, Jim McNeal, Steve Fedorchick and Sam Lindberg. The Rotary Club would like to thank all the hole sponsors for making this event a huge success.

Library

Summer Reading Program will begin on Monday from 10:30 a.m. to noon for kids age 4 years to 8 years old. Teacher Molly Chapman will be offering a program of music, crafts, books and promises lots and lots of fun for your child. This program will go on for three consecutive Mondays, July 7 and July 14.

Four Mile 4th

of July Fireworks

Craig Culbertson and Lyle Anthony, the Saybrook Pyro’s, will be doing their annual fireworks show on Friday, July 4, at 10 p.m. Everyone is welcome to watch. Usually the church lets people park on their lawn. You are welcome to park on our lawn at 155 Four Mile Rd.

Supervisors

The Sheffield Township Supervisors met on June 16 for their bi-monthly meeting at the Sheffield Hospitality Center. The Police report for the month of May stated the Chief investigated 7 accidents, had 6 theft complaints, 3 reports of suspicious person, 7 disturbance calls, 6 harassment complaints, 3 requests to assist other agencies, 2 requests to check welfare of others, 3 mental health calls, 3 assaults, 3 traffic complaints, 3 domestic, 4 reports of suspiscous vehicles, 3 disorderly conducts, 4 complaints of traffic hazards, 3 child custody complaints, 2 reports of criminal mischief, 4 noise complaints, 2 trespass complaints, 2 dog complaints, and 2 burglaries.

John Peterson, Executive Director of the Allegheny Forest Alliance is inviting the supervisors to the Allgheny Forest Alliance Annual Meeting picnic at Wildcat Park on Tuesday, June 17 at 4:30 6 p.m. for social hour and 6-7 p.m. dinner and 7-8 p.m. annual meeting. Guest Speaker will be Kathleen Atkinson, regional forester, Eastern Region of the US Forest Service.

The Supervisors have adopted Ordinance No. 158 Garbage Amending Ordinance increasing fine from $10 to $50.

A welcoming flower basket was sent to the new business in town, Girls Salon, wishing the ladies the best of luck with their new adventure from the Township Supervisors. Owners are Heidi Labesky and Theresa Winslow.

It was suggested to the Secretary to get the names of new property owners in the township and send them a welcome letter and share some of the key ordinances in our Township, for example, the mowing, burning and garbage ordinances.

Catalyst Energy will be drilling in Wetmore and Sheffield Township. Howard Drilling will be drilling in Wetmore Township as well. Bald Hill Oil will be drilling in Howe Township and Forest Chemical will be drilling in Sheffield Township.

DEP inspected Scuteri Dump Site on June 10 and states the following: “A routine inspection of the Scuteri property was conducted on June 10th by Chris Myers, Solid Waste Specialist. A small amount of progress has been made towards cleaning up the dump site and the residential area of the Scuteri property since the previous inspection. Some work has been done towards demolishing and removing the waste from the mobile home located closest to the Sheffield Wastewater Treatment Plant.

“It appeared that a small amount of waste has been removed from the area behind the residential mobile homes on Cottage Avenue. Large amounts of scrap metal, demoltion debris, household items and other random materials are still stored on the property. It appears that Mr. Scuteri had sorted and organized the materials. As noted in the previous inspection report, some electronics wastes, paint cans and drums of unknown materials are still stored on site.

“It appeared that Scuteri has also started to clean up some of the waste materials located along the roadside near his home. It appears that Scuteri has made some effort towards correcting the ongoing violations.

“It is strongly advised that Scuteri continue to make significant progress in order to correct the noted deficiencies. In order to correct the violations, significant efforts should be made to remove and properly dispose of all waste materials currently located on the property. All electronics wastes should be taken to a recycling center. The buckets and drums of unknown material should be identified and then recycled or disposed of, as appropriate. All ashes and partially burned materials located within the burn pile should be removed from the ground surface and disposed of at a permitted landfill. All other waste materials should be disposed of at a landfill. Disposal and recycling receipts should be forwarded to Chris Myers at the DEP. No new waste materials are to be brought onto the property, including the “old dump site” and the residential areas on Cottage Avenue. Failure to comply with correcting the above noted violations will result in the initiation of additional enforcement action.”

The supervisors addressed several grass ordinance violations and approved the sending of these letters along with Ordinance 91 Junkyard violation.

List of roads for possible paving and tar and chipping was reviewed.

The State Funds account has approximately $109,000 available which includes the certificate of deposit along with savings account and checking account. The next distribution of State Allocation is March of 2015, which we should be getting around $60,000. The Supervisors will review these roads on their own to see if they notice any work that should be completed before the paving starts. The next meeting of the Township Supervisors will be Monday, July 7, at 7:30 PM at the Sheffield Hospitality Center.

SAMSHS

Fall sports registrations are now being taken at the office at the SAMSHS. Cost is $50 for varsity sports and $25 for junior high. This includes football, varsity volleyball, cheerleading, girls Junior high basketball. The office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sports physicals need to be completed prior to the first practice in the fall, which is Aug. 11.

SAMSHS Open Gym schedule for the summer is : Football: Mon, Wed, Thurs 5-7; Girls basketball Monday and Wednesday 7-8PM, Volleyball Tuesday and Thursday from 10-12 PM, Boys basketball is Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8PM, Fall Cheerleading every other Tuesday from 5-7PM and Wrestling is Thursday from 7-9PM.

Basketball Camp

Boys and Girls from grades 2-7 are invited to attend a basketball camp July 14 -18 from 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m. each day. Registration fee is $65 by July 1 for the 50 spaces (includes t-shirt, water bottle and basketball),if you register at the door or late registrations if space is available, however T-Shirt, water bottle or basketball may not be included. So pre-register soon. All skill levels are welcome and basketball sessions will cover from the basics to preparation for middle level basketball, depending on age.

Afternoons will be spent doing team building activities along with basketball skills. Children will always be under adult supervision, but will also get the chance to work with the current members of the high school boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. Children should bring a packed lunch, as well as something for a morning and afternoon snack-Access to water will be provided daily. Final exhibition and awards for parents and family will be held July 18th at 3:30 PM. For questions or more information contact Jaimie Ely at elyj@wcsdpa.org or at SAMSHS 968-3720.

Blood Bank

Sheffield United Methodist Church is holding a Blood Drive on Wednesday, July 2, from 2-5:30 p.m. Every donor will be placed in a drawing for a $50 gas card.

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School at Sheffield United Methodist Church will be July 14-18 from 6-8 p.m. Hurry and register your child or children for this fun filled week. Call the church for more information. 968-5222

Cruise-in

There will be a cruise in at the Frosty Chalet in Tiona on Wednesday, July 25 from 6 – 8 sponsored by the Gold Wing Road Riders Association. This will be a monthly event on the last Wednesday of each month. Everyone is welcome to come. There will be free soft serve cones and food specials to all who participate and plaques at the end of the season for many categories.

Coming Events

June 29 Sheffield Rod & Gun 3D Shoot

July 14-18 Sheffield United Methodist Church Vacation Bible School

July 18 -20 Sheffield Alumni Association Weekend

July 27 Sheffield Rod & Gun 3D Shoot

August 17 -23rd SVFD Fireman’s Festival

August 24 Sheffield Rod & Gun 3D Shoot

Sept 20/21-Fire Police Hosting Meeting

Sept 21 Sheffield Rod & Gun 3D Shoot

Oct 10, 11, 12-Johnny Appleseed Festival