Genealogists to meet
The Warren County Genealogical Society will meet on Monday, Nov. 27, at 7:00 p.m. at the 1st Lutheran Church. The evening program will feature an interesting video lecture by renowned genealogist John Philip Colletta entitled “Assembling an Account of Your Discoveries.” There will also be an opportunity for guests and members to seek research assistance and to share success stories with the group. The society welcomes anyone interested in family history and research. Please call 723-8026 for additional information.
Results of Monday night duplicate bridge held at the YMCA were: First place – Jill Dart and Ellen Ruffolo with 39; Second place – Sally Steele and Dorothy Boekeloo with 37 and, in third place, Donna Holding and Carol Stone with 32.5.
Thursday afternoon at the Woman’s Club, Tana Fegely came in first with Carol Stone in second. Sue Swab and Connie Michell were first and second Thursday evening at the library.
Library movie night
Monday Night Movies at the Warren Public Library will continue on November 27th. This event is free of charge and begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Slater Room on the third floor of the library. Complimentary popcorn will be available. This week’s PG rated 110 minute film stars Noa Koler, Oz Zehavi, Jonathan Rozen, Udi Persi, and Irit ShelegA dumped Israeli woman continues to plan for her wedding, believing she’ll find a groom in time.
Dakota Gourley, a recent graduate of the Tidioute Community Charter School (TCCS), has earned the John and Nancy Steimer Scholarship. The scholarship, currently worth $6479 per year, is awarded to full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Penn State University in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management who achieved superior academic records, show promise of academic success, and have documented financial need. Dakota Gourley, son of Jo Manning and Brian Gourley, graduated from TCCS in 2017. Gourley is currently attending Penn State Dubois as a Forestry and Eco Management major. “This scholarship is a great opportunity, and I probably would not have been able to attend college without it,” Gourley said.