Sheffield Life

Photos submitted to Times Observer Sheffield Rotary recently presented fellow Rotarian Kristi Kulka with the “Distinguished Service Citation” for her devotion and unselfish service to the Sheffield Rotary and her community. This award was presented to her during the recent visit with the District Governor of Rotary 7280 Judith Hughes. Pictured is Sheffield Rotary President Sheila Brush presenting Kristi Kulka with her certificate and 4 Way Test coin

SVFD Turkey Party

The Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department Turkey Party will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday. This is a free event. Refreshments will be available. Lots of door prizes to be won, including:

Cross Bow, Inline Muzzleloader, Electronics, Gift Cards, Cash, Pepperoni Sticks, Hams, Turkeys, Steak Platters

Sheffield Sports Boosters 301 Club Winners

Congratulations to the final 301 Club winners:

1st quarter Cole Fitch

2nd quarter Jodell Barner

3rd quarter Kathleen Davidson

4th quarter Jay Fitch

The $10,000 winning ticket was shared by Denise Pierson, Tracy Leichtenberger, Amy Leichtenberger and Amanda Kyler.

Sheffield Rotary and UPMC Kane Multi-phasic Blood Screening

30 tests for $35 at the Sheffield Area Medical Center at 511 South Main Street, Sheffield on Saturday, Nov. 4, from 6 to 9:30 a.m. Walk-ins are welcome, but a $10 charge will be applied.

Sheffield Open 2018

The 2018 Sheffield Open golf outing will be held on the 14th and 15th of June. Courses we will be playing are Tam O’Shanter and Oak Tree. These courses are in the Hermitage PA area. More information will be coming out in March 2018. This will be the 56th Sheffield Open Golf outing.

Sheffield Hospitality Center

“I want to express my great excitement about taking over as the next Executive Director of the Sheffield Hospitality Center. I look forward to leading the Center and building upon the great work Sherry Servesko has done. I am here to provide our community with resources that benefit them emotionally, intellectually and physically.

“The demographics indicate that nationally in 10 years or so the number of retired people will surpass the number of school-aged children. I want to see the Senior Center be better utilized by our community. Caring for our seniors is perhaps the greatest responsibility we have. Those who walk before us have given so much and made possible the life we enjoy. The Senior Center is open Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“The Hospitality Center provides a hub for members of our community to gather, learn new skills, share their expertise, and participate in activities. The hospitality Center is not just a Senior Center it is a Community Center. We will have activities to provide a social outlet for all members of our community.

“I’m honored to be part of the SHC I am here to serve you, my door is always open to members and visitors.”

— Kelly Nearing

Upcoming activities for this week are:

Lunch served Monday, Thursday, and Friday at 12:00 call for a reservation 968-5667

Monday 6th we will play LRC bring your nickels and join the fun. Exercise at 3:00

Wednesday 8th is the last Casino trip till spring call to reserve a seat. 814-968-5667

Thursday 9th Veterans Remembrance Luncheon we will take a day to honor the fearless, proud and brave. . Morning exercise at 9:30 this is low impact working on our balance and strengthening ourselves. Then at 3:00 the exercise bunch steps it up for a more intense workout. Bingo is after lunch 25 cents a card.

Friday 10th we will be closed in honor of Veterans Day.

The pool players are always looking for someone to shoot pool. We enjoy just having coffee and visiting with those that just pop in to visit and there is always a game of nickel bingo going on we will gladly deal you in.

Additional Center Services:

It is Medicare part D open enrollment time. Do you need help? Have you had your plan checked in the last few years? Are you on the best possible plan for the prescriptions you take? Not sure? The APPRISE program can help. APPRISE is free health insurance counseling designed to help with Medicare. APPRISE will be in the Sheffield Hospitality Center November 9th call 1-800-281-6545 or (814)-723-3763 ext. 123 for an appointment.


New For 2018:

April 40-May 10 — Iceland, Ireland & Scotland, flight from Buffalo to Dublin then board the Celebrity Eclipse; there are only two openings left for this awesome, memorable cruise.

June 12-13–The Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster presents the newest production of ‘Jesus’. Visit the famous Kitchen Kettle Village, the Village Farm Market & a stop at Hershey’s Chocolate World. Theater, Hotel & Transportation included $249.

September 18-21–Wildwood, Cape May, Atlantic City & Philadelphia, tour the highlites of these famous cities $449 (dbl)

Coming Events

Nov 6th – Sheffield Township Supervisors Meeting at 7:30PM at the Sheffield Hospitality Center


Oct 12th-14th – 13th Annual Johnny Appleseed Festival