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Hessel Valley Lutheran Church in Chandlers Valley is having a Benefit Spaghetti Dinner on Thursday, Sept. 29 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. to benefit a local Sugar Grove family.
Sylar Moore, son of Shaa and Jamie Moore, was born July 24, 2016 six weeks early with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (a hole in his diaphragm.) This condition results in organs that should be below the diaphragm above the diaphragm, crowding and in some cases prohibiting organ growth. Sylar will need to spend months in the neonatal intensive care unit to correct the diaphragmatic hernia and treat other conditions caused by it including but not limited to respiratory failure, pulmonary hypertension and anasarca (extreme generalized edema, a medical condition characterized by widespread swelling of the skin due to effusion of fluid into the extracellular space.)
All proceeds from the dinner will help cover medical costs associated with Sylar’s treatment at Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital. The cost of dinner is a donation. Take-outs will also be available.
Drive For Your School
Thank you to all those took the wheel to help our school. If you got behind the wheel of a new Ford vehicle and took a test drive at EMHS the Ford Motor Company last Friday, you helped us raise funds.
For each test drive, Ford Motor Company made a donation to Ike Pride. Ike Pride is an organization that funds many activities at the Eisenhower Middle High School. They support the Knights football, soccer, boys basketball, cross country, baseball, wrestling, elementary basketball, boys track, cheerleading, and the Elementary/Middle School Parent Teacher Organizations. Because of all your support, we raised more than $8,000 for school activities. Thank you to Midtown Motors, The Ford Motor Company, Ike Pride volunteers, and especially to all the drivers.
Congratulations to Emily Bailey and Thomas Warren, our 2016 Eisenhower Homecoming King and Queen who were crowned Friday night, Sept. 23.
The Lottsville United Methodist Church will host its annual Harvest Dinner on Friday, Oct. 7, from 4 to7 p.m.. Come and enjoy an old-fashioned Thanksgiving-style dinner. The cost is a donation. Contact Ruth Ann DeVore 489-3408 or 964-8808 for more details.
Girl Scout Trip
Lately there has been a multitude of pink flamingo sightings in Sugar Grove. It is not the recent warm weather. It is our Sugar Grove Girl Scout Troop 36680 who have been seen flocking the yards of Sugar Grove at night.
If you see pink flamingos in a yard that means someone has made a donation to “flock” that neighbor. The Girl Scouts are raising funds to take a trip to the Carnegie Science Center. They are at 70 percent of their goal so keep sending in those flock request.
Sugar Grove Life
Benefit Spaghetti Dinner
The Hessel Valley Lutheran Church in Chandlers Valley is having a Benefit Spaghetti Dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, to benefit a local Sugar Grove family.
Sylar Moore, son of Shaa and Jamie Moore, was born July 24, 2016, six weeks early with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (a hole in his diaphragm). This condition results in organs that should be below the diaphragm above the diaphragm, crowding and in some cases prohibiting organ growth. Sylar will need to spend months in the neonatal intensive care unit to correct the diaphragmatic hernia and treat other conditions caused by it including but not limited to respiratory failure, pulmonary hypertension and anasarca (extreme generalized edema, a medical condition characterized by widespread swelling of the skin due to effusion of fluid into the extracellular space).
All proceeds from the dinner will help cover medical costs associated with Sylar’s treatment at Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital.
The cost of dinner is a donation. Take outs will also be available.
Drive For Your School
You are invited to get behind the wheel of a new Ford vehicle at Eisenhower High School on Friday, Sept. 23, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. For every test drive taken, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to the school with a grand total of up to $6,000. Plus a chance to earn more donations from Ford. Just come to EMHS on Friday and sign up to take a test drive. The event happens rain or shine. All the vehicles have been on site at the school for the week. Once a Knight, Always a Knight. If everyone in the community who was once a Knight, stopped over to take a test drive, we would hit our target of $6,000 easily.
Eisenhower High School will hold its Homecoming festivities this weekend. Students have been celebrating this week during school with theme days. There was a bonfire on Wednesday, Sept. 21. The Homecoming football game this Friday evening starts at 7 p.m. at EMHS.
The Lottsville United Methodist Church will host its annual Thanksgiving-style Harvest Dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday Oct. 7. The cost is a donation. Contact Ruth Ann DeVore 489-3408 or 964-8808 for more details.
The Lottsville Loop
Thank you to all who came out on September 10 to take part in the anniversary festivities in Lottsville. Also a huge thanks to all who participated in the Lottsville Loop Race. Here are the results:
8K race results: Male overall winner: Jimmy Schrecongost 30:47and Female overall winner: Lauren Blanco 39:59. Male 18 and under: (1) Zane Alexander 52:46. Male 19-29: (1) Travis Woodburn 34:49; (2) Ben Perkins; (3) Jon Schrecongost 42:29. Male 30-39: (1) Ryan Chapman 43:22. Male 40-49: (1) Kurt Scott 40:40; (2) Jeff Ransom 41:14; (3) Matt Alexander 43:17; (4) Scott Grinnen 43:21;(4) Tiger Dufopulos 46:15. Male 50-59: (1) Dave Trimpey 41:35; (2) Richard Morton 43:10; (3) Tim Finch 47:07. Male 60 and over: (1) Ken Cross 64:54
Female 19-29: (1) Ally VanOrd 40:52; (2) Amy Peters 42:42; (3) Nicole Williams 56:01. Female 30-39: (1) Carrie Guiher 40:12; (2) Nichelle Carlberg 49:25; (3) Danielle Dufopulos 51:48. Female 40-49: (1) Kim Gonzalez 43:13; (2) Fonda Johson 47:29; (3) Lynette Hedman, Candy Ransom 48:06;(4) Mickalene Cross 58:50. Female 50-59: (1) Mary Gustafson 43:58; (2) Rhonda Trimpey 53:47; (3) Donna Williams 57:47; (4) Susan Rapp 58:48. Female 60 and over: Jill Bolmer 50:47
The 1.5 mile run/walk results:(1) Jenna Jordan (2) Nick Thomas (3) Heather Morrison (4) Garrett Jensen (5) Jim Schrecongost (6) Seth Jensen (7) Harold Reynolds (8) Rebecca Downs (9) Elli Taylor (10) Don Martin (11) Melinda Phelps (12) Brenda Schrecongost (13) Nancy Stanko (14) Katie Downs (15) Carlene Sowers (16) Micki Dyke (17) Ruth Ann DeVore
The Lander volunteer fire department will hold its annual Sportsman’s Bash on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the fire hall. Visit www.landervfd.org or see any Fire department member to purchase tickets.
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Get in the Loop
The Lottsville Loop will once again be holding its 8K race and 1.5-mile fun walk on Saturday, Sept. 10 starting at 9:30 am.
This is in conjunction with the Lottsville Heritage Days Celebration. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Wrightsville and Bear Lake fire departments. The cost is $25 to register. Registration begins on race day at 8:15 a.m. at the Lottsville United Methodist Church.
The course starts and ends at the Lottville church on the Lottsville Niobe Road. The 8K loop is a scenic mostly flat course with a few rolling hills on black top and dirt roads. The course crosses over two water bridges and a railroad bridge. You can register now by completing an application with Wendy Alexander at email@example.com. For more information you can contact Wendy at 489-7382.
Freedom Walk 2016
The Sugar Grove community will once again participate in the nationwide America Supports You Freedom Walk on Sunday, Sept. 11 to remember 9-11 victims and honor military past and present who protect American’s freedom.
The 2016 America Supports You Freedom Walk is sponsored by the AMVETS (American Veterans) and AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary.
The community will gather in the Sugar Grove Town Park at 4 p.m. The walk will begin in the park and travel through the streets of Sugar Grove then end in the park. The total route is less than two miles. The quiet walk travels through town behind the AMVETS color guard. This event each year marks the anniversary of the tragic events at the Pentagon, the twin towers in New York City, and Shanksville, Pa.
The purpose of the America Supports You Freedom Walk is to establish a national tradition to reflect on the lives lost on Sept. 11, renew our commitment to freedom and the values of our country and to honor our veterans, past and present.
Lottsville Heritage Day
The Lottsville Heritage Day is Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be lots of festivities to help us celebrate. At 9 a.m. start your day with an 8k run or a 1.5 walk. Registration is at Lottsville United Methodist Church or call Wendy Alexander at 489-7382 for more information.
At 11 a.m. a Chicken BBQ prepared by AMVETS Post 50 of Sugar Grove. The cost is $10 and includes half chicken, salad, beans, roll, beverage and small dessert. Chicken BBQ is served from 11 until we run out. Also beginning at 11 a.m. you can take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage and learn history of historical homes of Lottsville. This same tour will be repeated at 1 p.m.
At any time you will be able to drive to the Lottsville Cemetery for a walking historical tour. From 1 to 2 p.m. you can enjoy the instrumental and vocal music from the Mission Covenant Church Youth Band. From 2 to 4 p.m. there will be country music by Bumpy Peterson vocalist and Bart Green guitarist At 4 p.m. we announce the winners of the silent auction. Weather permitting at 5 p.m. we will launch sky lanterns. These will be launched in memory of loved ones. A $5 fee will be collected at the event to purchase a lantern in memory of a loved one. Bring an item for the silent auction (a $5 minimum value). Hope to see you at the Lottsville Heritage Day Celebration on Lottsville Niobe Rd. Freehold Township grounds, Lottsville. Any questions contact Ruth Ann DeVore 489-3408 or Don Martin 489-3262.
AMVETS Post 50 recently held its annual picnic and presented Department of PA Americanism and AMVETS Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse (AADAA) winners from the Post with their trophies.
Winners were Winnie Wolf, 2015-2016, a fourth grader, won the first place in the Department of PA Americanism Poster contest. The theme this past year was “What does flag protection mean to me”. Erikka Nelson won first place in the grade K-2 AADAA category for her poster “Be Smart, Don’t Start”. Coltton Nelson won first place in the AADAA 6-8 grade contest for his story regarding theme of “Be Smart, Don’t Start”. The student’s first place winners from the Department of PA went on to compete in the National level where Erikka Nelson also placed second and Coltton placed third nationwide. Congratulations to the students, parents and teachers for supporting AMVETS Americanism.