Youngsville Life

Free Methodist Church

Happenings

Youth and Missions Breakfast fundraiser starting Saturday, Oct. 29. Come for a hot and delicious breakfast and support the youth with your donations.

Weekly Activities, Monday; Small Groups: All in (6 pm); Boy Scouts Pack 30 Meeting (6 pm); Haunted Trail Planning and Walk Thru (6 pm) Tuesday Small Group: Basics (6 pm) Prayer Meeting (6 pm) Girl Scouts (6 – 7 pm) Wednesday: JoyFull Cafe Community Meal (5 pm) Small Group: James-A Faith That’s Real (6 pm) PowerHouse (6 – 7 pm) Thursday, Fuel Youth Group (6:30 – 8:30 pm) Sunday on Oct. 2, Worship Service (9:30am) Baptisms in the Brokenstraw (following service). All children and youth activities follow the Warren County School calendar.

Alumni Weekend

Red T-shirts will be on display at local businesses displaying their support and ‘Welcoming YHS Alumni’ for coming home to Youngsville Alumni events the weekend of Oct. 1. Four class reunions and gatherings are being planned, classes of 1966, 1971, 1976 and 1981.

A special guest from the class of 1966 will be attending the Alumni dinner. The foreign exchange student Mercedes Delgado from Peru who graduated with the Class of 1966. She is very anxious to get here and see the ones she knew from YHS.

Events start with planned get-togethers Friday evening, Saturday morning Alumni Breakfast at Richard’s Restaurant, 9 a.m. followed by an evening dinner and dance from 5:30 – ? at the Youngsville Fire Fall. Dinner is by reservation only and the dance is open to the public starting at 8 p.m. for a $10 donation.

Bring your dancing shoes or listen to the Songs of the Oldies featuring the band, “TRIXX”. The truck room and extra room are reserved for booked YHS reunions. But tables are available for your group. Make plans to attend. For questions, contact Kathy, 489-3535.

Saron Lutheran Church

Saron Lutheran Church is having its semi-annual sale Thursday and Friday, Oct. 6-7 from 8 am to 4 pm each day. Baked goods will be available beginning at 8 am on Thursday until they are gone. Saturday, Oct. 8, the sale begins at 8 am with the usual $1 per bag and concluding at noon.

Plan to come to Saron and see what interesting things you can find from an estate sale and other donated items. Also there are always baked goods available.

Benefit Spaghetti

Dinner

The Congregational Life Committee of Saron Lutheran Church is sponsoring a benefit spaghetti dinner to help defray medical expenses incurred by Jason Wyman. Jason was in an accident a few years ago and his injuries from that accident continue to give him medical problems.

The dinner is on Sunday, Oct. 16 from 3 to 6 pm and the cost is only a donation. We are handicap accessible to our basement dining room.

Fall Mission Festival

You are invited to our Fall Mission Festival event will be from Sept. 30 – Oct 2 at the Evangelical United Methodist Church. Fun, food and education, attending the event is Chuck Egbert; Sarah Monticue; Ben and Cathy Bidelspach and, Stacy Shaffer.

On Friday night at 6p .m. we are having a “Meet & Greet” chili dinner. On Saturday morning, brunch is being served at 10 a.m. Egg strata and fruit and orange juice., coffee and tea. Saturday afternoon the Youth Group is going bowling and then come back to the church and join family and friends at 5 p.m. for Messy Church ( if you don’t know what it is come and find out!) We will continue with a pizza party and build your own ice cream sundae, along with worship, activities and maybe a song or two.

On Sunday after worship service, the weekend festivities will conclude with a Harvest Luncheon, a dish to pass prepared by attendees. We hope you may join us for one or all the activities and learn about the missions that these people are sharing with the world. For question or information, call Stella Walton 563-4038 or cell-text at 779-5325 or Pastor Ricky Nelson @730-6300.

Library Board

appreciates Volunteers

The Youngsville Library Board members and Director Kristy Wallace thank and acknowledge all the Friends of the Library, staff, volunteers, and members of the public who helped to make their Annual Book and Bake “Sale” such a success.

“There are just so many people involved behind the scenes with a major fundraiser like this, we just couldn’t manage without the Cummins volunteers, all those who take time to bake and/or bring in items for the farmer’s market area, Tops Market of Youngsville, and the Friends of the Youngsville Library who really ‘roll up their sleeve’ during this time,” said Wallace.

“In addition we would like to thank the members of the public who always try to stop in and support us during the actual fundraiser,” Wallace commented. “Plus we can’t forget all the members of the public who donate their ‘gently-used’ fiction books and DVDs throughout the year so that we even have items available for our September fundraiser. The Board and I just want to let people know how grateful we are for the support from our community; it is really quite an extraordinary and wonderful endorsement by our patrons and supporters as to our value in the community. Thank you.”

Super-reader

shirt reminder

If you qualified for a K-12 Super Reader t-shirt at the Youngsville Public Library, remember to pick up your shirt during business hours. Monday and Tuesday Noon-7:30, Wednesday 10-5, and Friday Noon-4. Call 563-7670 with questions.

Tickets available

for 10th Biennial

Triple Bloom

The 10th Biennial “Triple Bloom” event, sponsored by the Warren Garden Club, is Thursday, Oct. 13 from 9 am – 4 pm at the Holiday Inn in Warren. The day is packed with three well-known guest speakers, food, door prizes, and raffles.

Ticket price includes coffee, tea, and pastries from 9-10 am; two guest speakers from 10-noon; a catered lunch, provided on-site; followed by the afternoon speaker, door prize drawings, and raffle winners. Morning speaker, florist Dan Vaughn, is from State College and will be presenting the program “Plaids, Pods, Pumpkins, and Posies” followed by motivational speaker Bill Rose’s unique insights on the topic of Mind Power. The afternoon speaker is nationally renowned floral designer Tony Tedesco from Stowe, Mass. He is a sought-after lecturer and designer with a long resume of accomplishments in the floral world.

Cost per ticket is $35; limited number of tickets will be sold. For ticket information, call: Connie Lucia (563-7112) or Lou Ann Lauger (563-3566); additional information and fliers are also available at the Youngsville Public Library.

Coats For Kids

Again this year, The Knights of Columbus have offered to purchase coats for children who need one for children at Youngsville, Eisenhower and Tidioute schools. If you are aware of a child that needs assistance contact the guidance counselors at each school. Preschools may contact Love INC. office directly at 563-3394.

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Free Methodist Church

Happenings

Youth and Missions Breakfast fundraiser starting Saturday, Oct. 29. Come for a hot and delicious breakfast and support the youth with your donations.

Weekly Activities, Monday; Small Groups: All in (6 pm); Boy Scouts Pack 30 Meeting (6 pm); Haunted Trail Planning and Walk Thru (6 pm) Tuesday Small Group: Basics (6 pm) Prayer Meeting (6 pm) Girl Scouts (6 – 7 pm) Wednesday: JoyFull Cafe Community Meal (5 pm) Small Group: James-A Faith That’s Real (6 pm) PowerHouse (6 – 7 pm) Thursday, Fuel Youth Group (6:30 – 8:30 pm) Sunday on Oct. 2, Worship Service (9:30am) Baptisms in the Brokenstraw (following service). All children and youth activities follow the Warren County School calendar.

Alumni Weekend

Red T-shirts will be on display at local businesses displaying their support and ‘Welcoming YHS Alumni’ for coming home to Youngsville Alumni events the weekend of Oct. 1. Four class reunions and gatherings are being planned, classes of 1966, 1971, 1976 and 1981.

A special guest from the class of 1966 will be attending the Alumni dinner. The foreign exchange student Mercedes Delgado from Peru who graduated with the Class of 1966. She is very anxious to get here and see the ones she knew from YHS.

Events start with planned get-togethers Friday evening, Saturday morning Alumni Breakfast at Richard’s Restaurant, 9 a.m. followed by an evening dinner and dance from 5:30 – ? at the Youngsville Fire Fall. Dinner is by reservation only and the dance is open to the public starting at 8 p.m. for a $10 donation.

Bring your dancing shoes or listen to the Songs of the Oldies featuring the band, “TRIXX”. The truck room and extra room are reserved for booked YHS reunions. But tables are available for your group. Make plans to attend. For questions, contact Kathy, 489-3535.

Saron Lutheran Church

Saron Lutheran Church is having its semi-annual sale Thursday and Friday, Oct. 6-7 from 8 am to 4 pm each day. Baked goods will be available beginning at 8 am on Thursday until they are gone. Saturday, Oct. 8, the sale begins at 8 am with the usual $1 per bag and concluding at noon.

Plan to come to Saron and see what interesting things you can find from an estate sale and other donated items. Also there are always baked goods available.

Benefit Spaghetti

Dinner

The Congregational Life Committee of Saron Lutheran Church is sponsoring a benefit spaghetti dinner to help defray medical expenses incurred by Jason Wyman. Jason was in an accident a few years ago and his injuries from that accident continue to give him medical problems.

The dinner is on Sunday, Oct. 16 from 3 to 6 pm and the cost is only a donation. We are handicap accessible to our basement dining room.

Fall Mission Festival

You are invited to our Fall Mission Festival event will be from Sept. 30 – Oct 2 at the Evangelical United Methodist Church. Fun, food and education, attending the event is Chuck Egbert; Sarah Monticue; Ben and Cathy Bidelspach and, Stacy Shaffer.

On Friday night at 6p .m. we are having a “Meet & Greet” chili dinner. On Saturday morning, brunch is being served at 10 a.m. Egg strata and fruit and orange juice., coffee and tea. Saturday afternoon the Youth Group is going bowling and then come back to the church and join family and friends at 5 p.m. for Messy Church ( if you don’t know what it is come and find out!) We will continue with a pizza party and build your own ice cream sundae, along with worship, activities and maybe a song or two.

On Sunday after worship service, the weekend festivities will conclude with a Harvest Luncheon, a dish to pass prepared by attendees. We hope you may join us for one or all the activities and learn about the missions that these people are sharing with the world. For question or information, call Stella Walton 563-4038 or cell-text at 779-5325 or Pastor Ricky Nelson @730-6300.

Library Board

appreciates Volunteers

The Youngsville Library Board members and Director Kristy Wallace thank and acknowledge all the Friends of the Library, staff, volunteers, and members of the public who helped to make their Annual Book and Bake “Sale” such a success.

“There are just so many people involved behind the scenes with a major fundraiser like this, we just couldn’t manage without the Cummins volunteers, all those who take time to bake and/or bring in items for the farmer’s market area, Tops Market of Youngsville, and the Friends of the Youngsville Library who really ‘roll up their sleeve’ during this time,” said Wallace.

“In addition we would like to thank the members of the public who always try to stop in and support us during the actual fundraiser,” Wallace commented. “Plus we can’t forget all the members of the public who donate their ‘gently-used’ fiction books and DVDs throughout the year so that we even have items available for our September fundraiser. The Board and I just want to let people know how grateful we are for the support from our community; it is really quite an extraordinary and wonderful endorsement by our patrons and supporters as to our value in the community. Thank you.”

Super-reader

shirt reminder

If you qualified for a K-12 Super Reader t-shirt at the Youngsville Public Library, remember to pick up your shirt during business hours. Monday and Tuesday Noon-7:30, Wednesday 10-5, and Friday Noon-4. Call 563-7670 with questions.

Tickets available

for 10th Biennial

Triple Bloom

The 10th Biennial “Triple Bloom” event, sponsored by the Warren Garden Club, is Thursday, Oct. 13 from 9 am – 4 pm at the Holiday Inn in Warren. The day is packed with three well-known guest speakers, food, door prizes, and raffles.

Ticket price includes coffee, tea, and pastries from 9-10 am; two guest speakers from 10-noon; a catered lunch, provided on-site; followed by the afternoon speaker, door prize drawings, and raffle winners. Morning speaker, florist Dan Vaughn, is from State College and will be presenting the program “Plaids, Pods, Pumpkins, and Posies” followed by motivational speaker Bill Rose’s unique insights on the topic of Mind Power. The afternoon speaker is nationally renowned floral designer Tony Tedesco from Stowe, Mass. He is a sought-after lecturer and designer with a long resume of accomplishments in the floral world.

Cost per ticket is $35; limited number of tickets will be sold. For ticket information, call: Connie Lucia (563-7112) or Lou Ann Lauger (563-3566); additional information and fliers are also available at the Youngsville Public Library.

Coats For Kids

Again this year, The Knights of Columbus have offered to purchase coats for children who need one for children at Youngsville, Eisenhower and Tidioute schools. If you are aware of a child that needs assistance contact the guidance counselors at each school. Preschools may contact Love INC. office directly at 563-3394.

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Coats For Kids

Again this year, The Knight of Columbus have generously offered to purchase coats for children need one for children at Youngsville, Eisenhower and Tidioute schools. If you are aware of a child that needs assistance contact the Guidance Counselors at each school. Preschools may contact Love INC. office directly at 563-3394

Remember when –

“The Year of ’69”

Summer is over, but the YHS Class of 1969 is having a class round-up celebrating 65 years – attending the YHS Alumni Coming Home event, on October 1.

The event starts at 7 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at Youngsville American Legion. Saturday morning is breakfast at Richard’s Restaurant and continues to join other YHS alumni at the annual Alumni Coming Home event, a dinner and dance at 5 p.m. October 1 at Youngsville Fire Hall. It’s not the Youngsville Ski Lodge but it is a live band playing the “oldies.” Dinner/dance reservations are due by September 15. For more information, contact, Sandy at (814) 664-9445. Yes, looking back at 65, “those were the best days of our lives”, at YHS. Let’s Celebrate!

YHS Alumni

Homecoming

Many of the alumni members have already made their reservations. Two of the rooms at the Fire Hall have been reserved for the reunion celebrations.

This year’s YHS Alumni Coming Home event is Saturday, Oct. 1. Being a set date, YHS Alumni will find it convenient to plan ahead on coming home to visit their classmates, attend class reunions and Alma Mater. Class Reunions attending this year are classes of 1966, 1971 and 1976.

YHS Alumni Coming Home events start Saturday morning with the alumni breakfast, 9 a.m., at Richard’s Restaurant. In the evening is the Alumni Dinner Dance held at the Youngsville Fire Hall. The dinner buffet is from 5:30 to 7 p.m followed by an 8 p.m. dance featuring the band TRIXX.

EUM United Methodist Church Fall Mission

Festival

The Fall Mission Festival event will be from Sept. 30 to Oct 2 at the Evangelical United Methodist Church. Fun, Food and Education, attending the event is Chuck Egbert; Sarah Monticue; Ben and Cathy Bidelspach and, Stacy Shaffer.

On Friday night at 6 p.m. we are having a “Meet & Greet “Chili dinner. On Saturday morning, Brunch is being served at 10 a.m. Egg strata and fruit and Orange Juice, coffee and tea.

On Saturday afternoon, the youth group is going bowling and then coming back to the church and join the group at 5 p.m. for Messy Church (if you don’t know what it is come and find out!) We will continue with a pizza party and build your own ice cream sundae, along with worship, activities and maybe a song or two. On Sunday after Worship Service, the weekend festivities will conclude with a Harvest Luncheon, a dish to pass prepared by attendees. We hope you may join us for one or all the activities and learn about the missions that these people are sharing with the world. For question or information, please call Stella Walton 563-4038 or cell- text at (814) 779-5325 or Pastor Ricky Nelson at (814) 730-6300.

Cub Scout Pack 30

Annual Popcorn Sales

Cub Scout Pack 30 held its first den meeting of the 2016-2017 year on Monday, Sept. 19, at the First United Methodist Church in Youngsville. If your son is interested in joining Cub Scouts our pack meets every Monday evening at six o’clock in the Free Methodist Church, located on Davis Street in Youngsville. Annual popcorn sales have also started. If you have not been approached by a scout and are interested in supporting pack 30 please call (814) 563-7568. An average of 70 percent of sales goes to local scouting from the sale of popcorn and other items.

Auction and Movie

Night at Otterbein

If you have a few projects to be completed before fall, then come to Otterbein United Methodist Church on Dalrymple St, in Pittsfield, at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23. The church will be holding an auction of some of its hardworking men. If you win the bid, they will be happy to work for you, and the monies collected will benefit the members of our Mission Team who are going to Haiti. We will also have some pies to auction off. Then to complete the evening, we will offer a Christian family film, free of charge, to the public with popcorn and lemonade.

Youngsville Library Last Day for Bag of Books Sale

Friday, Sept. 23, is the last day for Youngsville Library’s “Bag of Books” sale. Patrons are encouraged to fill a Top’s Market-sized bag with as many books as they can for just a $3 donation per bag. New donations are constantly added to the assorted selection of fiction, nonfiction, videos, and kids’ books and there are still a few 45’s and LP’s available as well. In an effort to “pay it forward” and find a home for the remaining book sale materials, the Friends of the Youngsville Library will be boxing up the remaining items and distributing them to interested charities, senior housing complexes, and other organizations. Youngsville Library is open from Noon- 4 pm on Friday.

Remember Your Pets

On Saint Francis Day

The feast of Saint Francis of Assisi will be celebrated at Saint Francis Church at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, with Reverend Father Matthew Scott officiating. As we gather on the front lawn for this service and we bless your pets as we commemorate the Saints transits from this life to the afterlife. Many other countries also celebrate this day by taking their pets to church for a blessing so to remember the great love Saint Francis had for all animals which is expressed in the Canticle of Creatures. Saint Francis was a very gentle Man who lived in Italy during the end of the 12th century and part of the 13thcentury. He is especially remembered for his generosity to the poor and his willingness to serve the lepers; for his great love of animals and his great love for all of God’s nature. St. Francis of Assisi Church was so proudly named in his honor and love to become our Patron Saint, so on this day as we celebrate we invite you to bring your pet for a blessing or a picture or of your pet if you are not able to come or to bring your pet. Please just come and enjoy the fellowship; cookies, coffee and lemonade will be served at this event. We also host a Pet Food Pantry in St. Francis memory and always appreciate donations that we receive so we are able to assist anyone that is in need of Pet Food. If you would like a picture of your pet, this will be available for a donation to the Pet Food Pantry.

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Youngsville First and EUM United Methodist Churches’

United Methodist Ministers’ Chorus

The Youngsville First United Methodist Church, Youngsville, PA will host the Western Pennsylvania Conference United Methodist Ministers’ Chorus in sacred concert on Thursday, September 15, 2015, at 7 p.m.

The Western Pennsylvania Conference United Methodist Ministers’ Chorus is a group of United Methodist Ministers and their spouses from throughout the Conference. The original Ministers’ Chorus was started over 60 years ago, and has been singing regularly since then.

There were originally two separate choruses: a Ministers’ Male Chorus and a Women’s Ministers’ Chorus. In October, 2003, the two choruses merged to form the Western PA Conference United Methodist Ministers’ Chorus. The Chorus does eight concerts a year, and is under the direction of Rev. Stephen Morse and Rev. Arnie McFarland.

Those who come will have the unique opportunity of hearing a blend of men’s and women’s voices singing both separately and together. There is no charge for admission; however, a free-will offering will be received. Come out and enjoy an evening of beautiful sacred music.

If you have any questions, contact Rev. Ricky Nelson, pastor of the Youngsville First U. M. Church, at 814-563-4201.

Our FALL MISSION FESTIVAL event will be from September 30 – Oct 2 at the Evangelical United Methodist Church. Fun, Food and Education at the event will be Chuck Egbert representing MMS Aviation, Airport, an Mission and a Charity Organization.

Sarah Monticue is” Spreading the Gospel on Campus”. She work with “Disciples Makers”, come and hear Sara Monticue tell her story and what she doing and how she is impacting other students.

The China Outreach Ministries – Ben and Cathy have been ministering to the International students at Penn State, most of which are from Mainland China. For Cathy the ministry is her full time job, but for Ben who has a full time job, he still finds time to help with evening English classes, Bible studies and weekend trips and parties.

Warren County Prison Ministry, Stacy Shaffer the chaplain for the Warren County Jail, will share his experiences and needs of the Warren County Jail. The Brackenridge, Pa., native said he can relate to the inmate population with an understanding that comes from experience.

The community is invited to come and join us on Friday evening, on Saturday or Sunday morning worship. For more information contact Stella Walton at 563-4038 or 779-5325.

Winners of the 2016 Cornfest Basket Raffle

Item provided by Gloria Dugan : Keurig Coffee Maker and big box of coffees etc. ,won by Jody Cratty ; Item provided by Youngsville First United Methodist Church: $20 gift certificate Miss Millie’s Proper Petals and $20 gift certificate to Tammy’s Hairitage ,won by Susie Kramer; Item provided by Targeted Pet Treats and St Francis of Assisi Church: Pet bed filled with many pet supplies and treats, won by Joan Lindell; Item provided by Outlet City: 2 -$10 gift certificates, won by Justin Oaks; Item provided by Jim “The Car Mahan’: Free oil change ,won by Betty Sanford; Item provided by Saron Lutheran: Dinner Date, Seven $20 certificates to Youngsville Restaurants, won by Dawn Yost; Item provided by Galley Restaurant: Large pizza ,won by Barb Shinn; ; Item provided by NAPA: won by Kerry Sveda; Item provided by Bette Bunce: Car Care bucket of supplies, won by Ronda Brunecz; Item provided by United Refining: . $25 gas card, won by Kelly Redick; Item provided by United Refining: $25 gas card & RainX, won by Ida Lore; Item provided by Lorraine’s One of a Kind Finds: Honey, maple syrup, shampoo, soaps, won by Jetta Bishop; Item provided by Bette Bunce: Avon products, won by Carly Davies; Item provided by Dollar General: 7 books, won by Margarie Herberg; Item provided by Dollar General:. Tote of kitchen products, won by Kitty Carpenter; Item provided by Dollar General: Bucket of car care products, won by Kristy Wallace; Item provided by St. Luke’s Catholic Church: Lottery tree, won by Sue Battko; Item provided by Huey’s: $25.00 gift certificate to Huey’s; Item provided by Tammy’s Hairitage: Hair care products, won by Kerry Sveda. Many Thanks to all the individuals and businesses that contributed items for the Cornfest Festival Baskets that helped the Cornfest to be successful. Thanks to the community for their support! The Cornfest Committee.

Coats For Kids

Again this year, The Knight of Columbus have generously offered to purchase coats for children need one for children at Youngsville, Eisenhower and Tidioute Schools. If you are aware of a child that needs assistance contact the Guidance Counselors at each school. Preschools may contact Love INC. office directly at 563-

Youngsville Public Library’s Annual Book and Bake “Sale”

Youngsville Public Library’s Annual Book and Bake “Sale” fundraiser will be Friday & Saturday, September 9th & 10th from 10 am – 4 pm both days. Thanks to a donation by Tops Market in Youngsville, hot dogs, water, and pop will also be “sold” from 11 am – 3 pm both days. This is one of YPL’s major fundraisers. Thanks to a large donation from a patron’s personal collection, there will also be a wide selection of LPs and 45 records available to choose from-in addition to the usual selection of “gently-used” books, DVDs, videos, etc.

The Friends of the Library will also have popular items from the RADA cutlery collection available for “cash & carry” and for special order/catalog purchases during the book/bake “sale.” These cutlery items make great gifts. If you can’t make the 9th or 10th but are still interested in purchasing RADA items, the Friends of YPL will continue to take orders the following week during regular business hours (Monday & Tuesday Noon- 7:30, Wednesday 10-5, & Friday Noon-4). Last year Friends of YPL also brought in an assortment of fresh fruits, vegetables, and more from their gardens to compliment the many scrumptious baked goods that were available. Since there was such positive feedback about the “farmer’s-style” market feature last year, the Friends of YPL have decided to do it again this year (while supplies last).

The library will offer full services (faxing, public computer and Wi-Fi access, items available for check-out, etc.) during the book/bake sale hours.

ROY Meeting

A ROY meeting will be held on Monday, September 12at 11:30 am. at Borough Building. Six guests have been invited to attend our meeting from out of town to learn about our organization. Hometown Heroes Banner Project will also be discussed at this meeting.

“Those were the best days of our lives”, “The Summer of ’69”

Summer is over, but the YHS Class of 1969 is having a class Round-Up celebrating 65. We are attending the YHS Alumni Coming Home Event, October 1.

Our event starts on Friday, September 30 at Youngsville American Legion, 7:00. Saturday morning is breakfast at Richard’s Restaurant and continued to join other YHS alumni at the annual Alumni Coming Home Event, a Dinner and Dance, October 1 at Youngsville Fire Hall from 5:00 – ? It’s not the Youngsville Ski Lodge but it is a live band playing the ‘Oldies’. Dinner/Dance reservations are due by September 15. For more information contact, Sandy at 814-664-9445.

Yes, looking back at 65, “those were the best days of our lives”, at YHS. Lets Celebrate!

YHS Alumni Homecoming

This year’s YHS Alumni Coming Home Event is Saturday, October 1, 2016. Being a set date, YHS Alumni will find it convenient to plan ahead on coming home to visit their classmates, attend class reunions and Alma Mater. Class Reunions attending this year are classes of 1966, 1971 and 1976.

YHS Alumni Coming Home Events start Saturday morning with the Alumni breakfast, 9:00a.m., at Richard’s Restaurant. In the evening is the Alumni Dinner Dance held at the Youngsville Fire hall. The dinner buffet is from 5:30 – 7:00p.m followed by an 8:00 dance featuring the band, ‘TRIXX’, playing everyone’s favorite oldies.

Dinner Dance reservations are required for $20.00 person. The dance cost is $10.00 per person with doors opening at 8 p.m and the public are invited. For reservations or information contact Kathie Irwin 814-489-3535 – kirwin5@msn.com, Sam Walters 814- 563-4791 – bswalters@verizon.net, Lou Ann Lauger 814-563-3566 – llauger53@gmail.com

Just reminders to all attendees please get your reservations in for the YHS Coming Home celebration on October 1st at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Send your reservations to Lou Ann Lauger, PO Box 235, Youngsville, PA 16371. Write your check out to the YHS Homecoming Committee. Please enclose the names of those attending and the Class year. Deadline is September 15th.