Briefs…

Photo submitted to Times Observer TCCS senior Zachary Fulkman was crowned Prom King and senior Brianna Barton was crowned Prom Queen for the 2019 TCCS Prom. The theme was Hollywood Lights.

Crime Stoppers to meet

Warren County Crime Stoppers will hold its monthly meeting at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 15, at Warren County Courthouse in the upstairs jury room. The focus of the meeting will be on making plans for the annual fund-raiser.

Class dinner

The Eisenhower High School class of 1960 will meet for dinner at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the Bucket in Sugar Grove.

Newton Dinner Club

The Newton Dinner Club will meet for lunch at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at Corky’s in Pleasantville. Those attending are asked to bring a donation for the Food Bank.

United Retired Dinner

Retired women of United Refining Company will have lunch at on Tuesday, May 14 at 12:30 p.m. at Perkins Restaurant, 115 Ludlow St., Warren.

Bridge results

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

1st-Karen Cassin and Richard Woodruff with 22;

2nd-Connie Michell and Joann Hultquist with 20;

3rd-Laurie Curren and Sally Steele with 18.5.

Audubon plant sale

The annual Plant Exchange and Sale at Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) is a gathering of plant lovers where you can share not only your plants but your knowledge of and enthusiasm for them as well.

On Saturday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can bring your extra plants to trade for new ones or bring cash to purchase plants. There will be a wide variety, including natives, from Audubon’s gardens as well as some donated by local nurseries.

You will find a good variety of annuals, perennials, and even trees and shrubs at the event. Perennial gardeners and early vegetable growers often have extra plants to bring to the sale and trade for other plants.

Designed originally to help local gardeners share their bounty and build up Audubon’s gardens, Plant Exchange and Sale has grown over the years to help support and continue to expand the educational gardens at ACNC.

This year, Audubon’s Native Plant Committee is working hard to bring in some new native plants that provide extra benefits to bees, butterflies and other insects that may not be provided by plants from other countries.

Exchange rates are based on plant condition and species and are tagged when you arrive. You get exchange tickets that you can use at check-out.

Plants to be traded must be of a non-invasive variety, in pots or containers (not plastic bags), and in good condition. If at all possible, please label plants with names. Audubon reserves the right to refuse plants or adjust the exchange rate based on species and condition.

If you don’t have plants to exchange, you can purchase ones that you want to add to your garden.

To donate plants before the Exchange, call ACNC at (716) 569-2345 to arrange a drop-off.

This event is outdoors and takes place rain or shine, so come prepared for the weather.

Audubon Community Nature Center is located at 1600 Riverside Road, one-quarter mile east of Route 62 between Jamestown, N.Y., and Warren, Pa. To learn more, call (716) 569-2345 during business hours or visit auduboncnc.org.

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