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Photo submitted to Times Observer At the final meeting of this fiscal year held during a recent luncheon at Jackson Valley Golf Club, the Warren General Hospital Auxiliary Board welcomed new members and elected new officers for the upcoming 2018-2019 year. For three-year terms, from left, above, are Mark Boyle, Judy Schreckengost, Ginny Barrett, and Debbie Brewster. The newly elected officers for the upcoming fiscal year are, below, Stephanie Freitag, vice president, Linda Keverline, president, and Mary Beyer, secretary. Missing from photo is Richard Fisher, treasurer

Eisenhower class of ’78 reunion

The Eisenhower High School class of 1978 40th class reunion will be held the weekend of August 17 and 18.

On Friday, August 17, the class will meet at The Bucket in Sugar Grove at 5 p.m. to close. The class will meet Saturday, Aug. 18, at the AMVETS in Sugar Grove from noon to 5 p.m. with a barbeque meal served around 1:30 p.m.

For information, email cajazam@yahoo.com.

Petting zoo cancellation

Photo submitted to Times Observer At the final meeting of this fiscal year held during a recent luncheon at Jackson Valley Golf Club, the Warren General Hospital Auxiliary Board welcomed new members and elected new officers for the upcoming 2018-2019 year. For three-year terms, from left, above, are Mark Boyle, Judy Schreckengost, Ginny Barrett, and Debbie Brewster. The newly elected officers for the upcoming fiscal year are, below, Stephanie Freitag, vice president, Linda Keverline, president, and Mary Beyer, secretary. Missing from photo is Richard Fisher, treasurer

The Warren Public Library regrets to inform the public that the Sun Dance Farm Kids petting zoo scheduled for Thursday, July 19, has been canceled

. The ‘ibrary will try to bring Mike Morton and his furry friends back for a future event. Phone Children’s Librarian Susan Slater at 723-4650 with any questions.

Fire services meeting

Warren County Fire Services will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 12, at Clarendon Fire Hall for dinner with a meeting to follow. Discussion on the new communications system will take place.

Bridge results

Results from Monday night duplicate bridge held at the Warren YMCA were as follows:

1st-Robert Greco and Matt Oram with 34.5;

2nd-Laurie Curren and Betsy Senger with 27.5;

3rd-Donna Hickey and Carol Stone with 26.

Hospice donations

Hospice of Warren County received contributions during the month of June.

Donations were received in memory of Viola & Norman Abbott, Burt Alexander, Marilyn Bailey, Sidney Card, Jack Flaisman, Robert W. Jackson, Chuck Johnson, James Lindell, Janet Lindell, Dave Lopez, Norma Mills, Lloyd J. Paul, Doris Pesko, Francis Pesko, Judy Wills, Myrtle & Conrad Youngberg.

Those wishing to make a donation may do so to Hospice of Warren County at P.O. Box 68, Warren, PA 16365 or online at www.hospiceofwarrencounty.com/donations. Your donations support our comprehensive Hospice Program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Services, and The Schorman Center — A Place for Healing Grief and Loss.

Halls Of Ivy

Jamestown Community College students from Warren County who were awarded degrees or certificates from the Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses in May 2018 include:

Russell — Rachel Dinger (A.A.S.: Occupational Therapy Assistant – High Honors), Christian Hefright (A.S.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Mathematics & Science – High Honors), Lindsay Laird (A.A.S.: Nursing), Derek Lasecki (A.A.S.: Mechanical Technology – Honors), Devin Sharp (A.A.S.: Nursing);

Sheffield — Cailyn Scalise (Certificate: Entrepreneurship);

Sugar Grove — Jenna Chase (A.A.S.: Nursing – High Honors), Alisen Hazeltine (A.S.: Individual Studies – Highest Honors), Alyssa Peterson (A.A.S.: Nursing);

Warren — Carrie Castagnino (A.A.S.: Nursing), Carrie Genberg (A.A.S.: Nursing), Taylor Klark (A.A.S.: Nursing), Kristen Lord Lucas (A.A.S.: Nursing – High Honors), Lindsey McMillen (A.S.: Criminal Justice – High Honors), Melissa Miller (A.A.S.: Human Services – Honors), Donna Nelson (A.A.S.: Nursing – Honors), Daniel Reagle (Certificate: Industrial Equipment Technology – Honors), Jessica Robeson (A.A.S.: Nursing), Loreena Sampson (A.A.S.: Individual Studies), Briana Sleeman (A.S.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Mathematics & Science);

Youngsville, PA Alex Johnson (A.S.: Computer Science – Highest Honors).

A total of 475 students earned degrees and certificates. Highest honors represent a 4.0 grade point average, high honors a 3.50 to 3.99 GPA, and honors a 3.25 to 3.49 GPA.

Class to lunch

The Youngsville High School class of 1950 will meet for its annual luncheon at noon Thursday, July 12, at Perkins in Warren.

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