Christmas Eve service
The North Warren Presbyterian Christmas Eve Candlelight and Communion service begins at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 24. Make it a family tradition to join your friends and neighbors for a celebration of Jesus’ birth as we worship together with carols, special music, and the telling of the timeless story of how God’s love was sent to earth to save this world. As part of the evening’s worship, we will join in sharing the Lord’s Supper and a candlelight rendition of Silent Night. Use this as a missional opportunity and invite your family and friends to celebrate our Savior’s Birth.
Tuesday afternoon at the Allegheny Community Center, Audrey Cable and Bill Massa were first and second. At the Woman’s Club Thursday afternoon, Lynda McCollough placed first with Connie Michell in second. Connie Michell came in first Thursday evening and Marjorie Polito was second.
The Kiwanis Youth Clubs of the Warren County School District gave of their time recently to the elderly at Kinzua Healthcare on Water Street in Warren, sharing songs, and crafts and games with residents of the facility.
Olaf (provided by Encore Consignment Shop) danced while the youth sang Frosty the Snowman and toured the facility, getting handshakes and hugs from the residents and staff.
K-Kids and Builders Clubs are service-oriented organizations available to all schools in the district. Currently, Beaty, WAEC, St. Joes School and Youngsville Elementary participate in making these clubs available to their youth.
Russell United Methodist Church will hold a Meatloaf Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 12, which includes mashed potatoes and gravy, two sides, a dessert and a beverage. The minimum donation $10.