The Warren Area Elementary Center’s 4th-grade instrumental students will be teaming up with Beaty’s 5th-grade instrumental students at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 1, in Beaty’s auditorium. This concert is to show parents the students’ progress. The concert will be directed by Mrs. Anna Bielawski and the public is invited.
The Junior Fire & EMS Explorer Post present Movie Nifght, featuring Firehouse Dog, from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at Glade Volunteer Fire Department. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments are available.
Halls of Ivy
Rachel Lasecki was named to the Dean’s List at Westminster College in New Wilmington for the fall 2017 semester. You need a 3.6 or higher to be named to the Dean’s List. Rachel, a Warren Area High School graduate, is majoring in Early Childhood Education and will graduate in May 2018.
A Christ Centered Recovery Ministry for life’s hurts, challenges, and struggles such as anger, anxiety, depression, sexual issues, loneliness, grief, eating disorders, alcohol, co-dependency, abuse, challenges, drugs, un-forgiveness, gambling, materialism, internet addiction, TV addiction, and social media addiction. All are welcome at the Warren County Celebrate Recovery meeting take place at the Wesleyan Church, 602 4th Ave., Warren from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursdays.
The Young Mothers Study Club of Warren is one of the oldest clubs in Warren County. The club has announced that it is hosting its 53rd Annual Charity Auction at the Conewango Club of Warren on Friday, March 9, at 7 p.m.
The primary purpose of the organization is to support charitable causes in our community. This auction is the club’s biggest fundraiser for the year. In the past, proceeds from this event have enabled it to donate hundreds of supply-filled backpacks to schools in our district who voiced a need for their students. The club has also donated to dozens of beneficiaries such as numerous United Fund agencies and nonprofit organizations such as the Red Cross, Warren County Library Association, Historical Society, Struthers Library Theatre, Ophelia Project, Caring for Life, CASA and the Achievement Center, to name a few.
Group members each donate significant merchandise and time to the auction, but donations from local businesses are what make this event a huge success. The club hopes that you will consider making a donation for this year’s auction — gift baskets or gift certificates for products or services, your time and talent, or anything that you can donate for the club to auction off. The club graciously acknowledges donors by displaying your business in all print materials and presentations during the night of the event. This will include your name next to your donation on display at the auction and in our auction brochure. It will also send you a detailed than you letter for tax purposes.
The contact person is Tristen Blair (president) at 814-706-1554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.