Tidioute Area News In Brief
Senior Center Menu
Thursday, July 31 will be Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Aug. 4 will be cooks Choice, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, Aug. 5, will be Shepard’s Pie, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, Aug. 7, will be stuffed cabbage/stuffed peppers (your choice), mashed potatoes, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Aug. 11 will be Meatball Subs, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, Aug. 12 will be Ham and Scalloped Potatoes, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, Aug. 14, will be Soup and Sandwiches.
Please call the center at 484-3020 to put your name on the lunch list.
Services for the Tidioute Baptist Church were omitted from last week’s article on the new pastor.
Pastor Drew Taylor will be holding services as follows: Sunday School will be from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning services will be form 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Sunday evening services will be from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. an Prayer services on Wednesday evenings from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The 6th annual WWII Re-enactment of the Battle of the Bridge at Remagen will be held in Tidioute on Saturday, Aug. 2 at 3 p.m.
Please keep in mind that the Tidioute Bridge will be closed to vehicle and foot traffic from 2 p.m. until the completion of the event around 4 p.m.
Be sure to determine which side of the river you want to watch from and plan accordingly.
Route 62 will be closed during the event form approximately 3:30 to 4 p.m. Please plan for delays and drive carefully as route 62 will be congested.
For everyone’s safety, spectators are asked to remain outside roped areas during the reenactment and to follow instructions of Fore Police and reenactment volunteers.
View areas are available on both sides of the river with limited nearby parking.
There will be a special viewing area for Veterans located at the intersection of King Street and Buckingham Street.
Please use available trash cans and thank you for not littering.
Guest Speaker will be MSGT Steven G. Appleby, Director of the Eldred PA WWII Museum who will speak during the opening ceremonies at he Veterans tent area on Buckingham street beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
This event is sponsored by the 99th Infantry Division, 393rd Regiment Easy Co. Battlebabies, Tidioute Borough, Limestone Township, Tidioute VFW Post 8803 and Servicemen’s Home Corporation.
Tidioute Borough Office has white sheets for free on a first come, first serve basis that residents are being ask to hang from a window in their homes for the weekend as Tidioute has their 6th annual WWII Reenactment on Saturday, Aug. 2.
On Saturday, Aug. 2, members of St John Guild will be sponsoring a meatloaf dinner at St John Center.
Dinner will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for a cost of $10 per person. If you have the dinner for $10 you will be admitted to the dance for free.
Dinner will include meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, green beans, dessert and beverages.
For advanced dinner tickets please call Fran O’Hosky at 814-484-7157.
St John Ladies Guild will be sponsoring a USO Dance on Saturday, Aug. 2 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Cost for the dance is $5 per person, If you are in uniform or period clothing, the cost for the dance is only $3.
Knights of Columbus
The Tidioute Knights of Columbus will hold their regular general meeting on Thursday, Aug. 7 at St John Center at 7 p.m.
The scheduled picnic will not be held on that date because of illness and will be rescheduled for another time that will be determined at the meeting.
Tickets are still available for the engraved Henry Big Boy 44 magnum. Cost is $2 each or 3 for $5. Drawing set for Sept. 28.
Plans were being finalized for the exhibit at the Warren County Fair at the recent meeting of Watson Grange. Plans are also being made for the dime pitch at the Fishing Tournament in Tidioute in September.
Watson Junior Grange is being reactivated and members are working on their projects which will be judged during the Warren County Fair in the Grange Building on the fairgrounds.
Watson Grange members will be serving breakfasts each morning of the Fair in the Pomona Grange Building. Watson members are also needed for Wednesday and Friday during the fair for the noon to eight shift. Anyone willing to help, please contact Kelly VanOrd at 484-7295.
Program theme for the evening was “County Fairs”. Poems titled County Fair were read by Bob and Deanna Hollabaugh. A trivia crossword puzzle was won by John Hollabaugh and a county fair quiz was won by Meg Froman and Matt Irons.
The next meeting of Watson Grange will be on Thursday, Aug. 14 at 6:30 p.m. with cookies for refreshments. This will be election of offices.
Watson bylaws state that an officer may only serve two 4-year terms. Officers needing replaced this year include the Master, Assistant Steward, Treasurer, Secretary and one Executive member.
Thank you due
A nice thank you to Delores Timco for Volunteering her time and expertise and helping the borough office with their face lift. The coloring is perfect.
Also, Paulmier General Contracting did an excellent job on painting the front of the building, replaced the windows and door and replaced the stoop over the door. They were omitted from the borough news.
Message from Mayor
To All Tidioute Residents: Thanks to the group efforts of the Tidioute Police Department, Warren County Sheriff’s Office and the Pennsylvania State Police, charges have been filed, solving the case of the arson fires in Tidioute. The previously imposed curfew of 10 p.m. for everyone under the age of 18 years of age is now lifted. A reminder that normal curfew hours are 11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and midnight on Friday and Saturday by Borough ordinance. Tidioute Mayor-Pam McLaughlin.
The next Produce Express, formally the Second Harvest will be held on Saturday, Aug. 9, at 10 a.m. at Tidioute Firehall.
Food will be available on a first come, first served basis.
This program is free.
Crazy Outfit Night
Residents at Tidioute Towers held their monthly tureen dinner recently and residents were asked to wear a “Unique” one of a kind outfit.
Residents who won prizes for their originality were: Kathy Belin, Margaret Alberth, Sue Rondinelli, Bill McFadden, Arlene Clinger, and Kate Proper.
Because July is National Ice Cream month, residents at Tidioute Towers were treated to a “Melt Down Party”.
Everyone attending made their own ice cream sundae, selecting from several toppings that were available.
It was a hot day so the ice cream was a good afternoon treat.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee members are currently selling chances on a Remington 870 Express Turkey Camo shotgun with sling and hard case.
Tickets are $2 each and the drawing will be held on Sunday, Sept. 28. Winner need not be present to win.
Tournament officials are not responsible for delivery. All unsold tickets become the property of Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members are now selling 2015 Lottery Calendars.
Cost is $20 each. Daily winners will receive $20 and the winners will be determined by the 7 p.m. daily number drawing.
Bonus Days include New Year’s Day for $200 and Christmas Day will be worth $400, all based on the daily evening number.
Drawing does not include Double Draw or any games added by the PA Lottery in 2015. Winners will be paid by check and all checks will be mailed at the end of each month.
There will be several Food Concessions located in Tidioute for the WWII Reenactment operated by several different organizations from Tidioute.
Kettle Corn will be on sale in at a booth.
Tidioute Ta-Ta’s will be holding a bake sale to raise money for Cancer.
Tidioute Fire Department will be selling hot dogs and pop.
Air Corp members will be selling hot dogs near the storage sheds on route 337.
Please support the local organizations and businesses.
The new WWII Reenactment T-shirts are on sale at the Tidioute Borough office and will be on sale during the weekend in downtown Tidioute.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members will be holding a chicken barbecue on Saturday, Aug. 2, from noon until the chicken is gone at tournament headquarters.
Dinner will include one half of a chicken, potato salad, baked beans, and a roll.
Deliveries will be to Tidioute Towers.
For more information please call 484-3585
The 18th annual Glenn McKown Memorial Bass tournament is scheduled for Sept. 6.
This catch and release bass tournament has three categories: Two-man team, couple, and Adult/Youth (under age 16) with an entry fee of $30 per team and a $5 optional lunker pool.
Permitted fishing water is the Allegheny River only from Kinzua tail waters to the boat launch in President, catching only smallmouth bass using artificial bait.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. with your catch being brought to the scales b 4 p.m. in water filled containers.
Two persons only in the boat, a six-fish limit and there will be a four ounce penalty for any fish not alive.
No Alcoholic beverages are allowed and no unsportsmanlike behavior will be tolerated. All state Fish and Boat Commission rules do apply.
Weigh-in will be held at the Tidioute Boat launch and the public is welcome.
For any additional information please contact Tournament director Deb Genter at 814-484-7407 until Aug. 22. After that contact assistant director, Melissa Potts at 814-730-3528 and all applications need to be mailed to P. O. Box 571, East Hickory, PA 16321
There will be a free Book Giveaway on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in front of Evans Shurfine in Tidioute. Any donations will support the T.C.C.S Book Club and the Spanish Club’s trip to Spain.
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2. Dominic Gionti, Jerry Davis, Jacqui Schwab
3. Linnea Evatt, Steve Druggan
4. Tom Martin
6. Dick Palmer, Chris Roofner Jr.
7. Shawn Fulkman, Nathan Brown, Emily McGuire-Wilcox
8. Claudia Spargo, Jack Clinger, Lisa Swartz, Karley Schwab, Ann Cass
9. Donna Ambos, Brook Martin, Jacob Devereaux, Mia Beatty, Bradley Nuttall, Gerri Anderson, Laurie Edwards
10. Chuck Swartz, Billy Emple, Donald Smith, Treyah Selfridge, Marlene Higgins, Thomas Mann, Duane Smithers
11. Daisy McDonald, Mona Flasher
12. Dustin Sudul, Victoria Wolford, Margaret Bernacky, Noah Coughlin, Kate Craft, Bruce Ziegler, Job Faler
13. Lauren Slack, Lauren E. Roofner, John Sperko, Fran King, Bill Klos
14. Jarod Roofner, Robert Kane, Eli Martin, Ann Hillberry, Bret Moore, Michelle Buccardo, Clay Cass
15. Noah Sudul, Andrew Sveda, Nellie Miller, Joan McManigle, Courtney Edwards
16. Marissa Weaver, Sandy Carter, Alex Q. Sabella, Joshua Spulecki, LaRenda Martin-Ressler
17. Sharon Hulings, Tarica Albaugh, Tim Anderson, George Sveda, Chris Houghton, Sunora Henderson
18. Connor Faulkner, Brenda Anderson, Dennis Bee Jr., Grace Kitelinger, Alexander Meneo
19. Kelsey Nuttall, Stephanie Shite, Daniel Sveda, Carol Morrison, Sonya Grubbs-Spencer, Taylor Fike, Jodie King
20. Britta Nerber, Samantha Daelhousen, Amelia Miller
21. Sandra Campisano, Maria Spargo, Melissa Potts, Chad Ressler, Dennis Bee Sr., ZoAnn Nicholson, Marlee Nuttall
22. Less Lindemuth, Earl Edwards. Timothy E Sabella III, Donna Strain
23. Bonnie Lund, Chad McLaughlin, Kyle E. Schwab, Christopher Jones, Mindy Fox, Walter “Buck” Lindsay
24. Arthur Rossiter, Wendy Jamieson
25. Susan Rissel, Crystal Williams, Tootie Brown, Jackie Edmiston, Larry Sutton, Jill McIntyre
26. Mindy Veasey, Chase Myers, Rayne Watters, Chris Morgan
27. Landon Anderson, Mark Benner, Hannah Fedele, Nan Anderson, Paulette Pascarella, Andrea Shoemaker
28. Chad Brandt, Tim Jones, Karla Klos
29. Valerie Walsh, Cathy Coughlin, Shirley Gresham, Joanne Spor, Cara Parker, Lynda McKay, Jessica Call, Skylar Fry
30. Kim Mineweaser, Adrianne Robertson, Brandon Shields
31. Doug Wilcox, Ryan Houghton, Clint Moore
Up Coming Events:
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