A Veterans Day ceremony will take place at the Halgren-Wilcox, Inc., PA Post 658 located at 10 North Main St., Youngsville, at 11a.m. All veterans, families and friends are invited to attend this annual event that honors all men and woman that have served this country. A light luncheon will be served following the ceremony.
YHS class of 1962
The YHS class of 1962 will be meeting on Saturday, Nov. 12, at Lawson’s All American Diner in Youngsville at noon. There is a full menu but Rene has promised her famous Sloppy Joes for us by request of some of our classmates. All spouses, friends and YHS alumni of other graduating years are invited. Join us for good food and good conversation.
Library’s Angel Tree
Become a “Library Angel” through Wednesday, Dec. 21 at the Youngsville Library. The YPL “Library Angel” tree is filled with ornaments listing basic items (and their various costs) that are needed at YPL (i.e. stamps, light bulbs, copy paper, office supplies). Make a donation and receive a Library Angel ornament to place back on the tree. Donations can be made in honor of an individual or in memoriam.
“This annual fundraising event was actually started by the Friends of the Youngsville Library in 2009 in response to the wave of cuts in state and county commissioner support,” said Library Director Kristy Wallace, “and the Angel Tree has become yet another way for our library to try to counteract a portion of the over $11,000 loss in income that we have been experiencing on a yearly basis since 2009. We can’t express enough how truly grateful we are to every one of our ‘Angels’ who support us every year and patronize our wonderful library.”
A special thank you to our most recent Library Angels: General donation: In Memory of Robert and Vivian Sweetland by Gary and Penny Lester; Book (adult from YPL wish-list): Bonnie Anderson; Books (adult large print): Rebecca Shippee; Copier Paper: In Memory of Audrey and Albert Eccles by Elaine Krill; Anonymous donor; Custodial supplies: Gail Cowan; DVD (adult): Kristy and Roger Wallace; toward Youth Programming: In Honor of Jim and Nicole Cowan by Gail Cowan; Energy-saving lightbulbs: The Wolfe Family; Magazine subscriptions: The Zock Family; toward annual newspaper costs: In Memory of Art Olson by his dog “Chief”; Office Supplies: Fayth Coughlin; Chris Montgomery; Stamps: Anonymous donor.
To become a Library Angel just stop by the Youngsville Library during business hours or you can mail a general Library Angel Donation to: Youngsville Public Library c/o Library Angel Program, 100 Broad St., Youngsville, PA 16371. Be sure to include the name you would like to be placed on the Angel (and, if applicable, whether the donation is either in honor of an individual or in memoriam). Regular business hours are Monday and Tuesday noon-7:30 pm, Wednesday 10-5, and Friday noon-4 pm.
Free Medicare Help
The Area on Aging Agency will be offering free Medicare Open Enrollment assistance at the Youngsville Public Library on Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 10 am to 5 pm and Tuesday, Nov. 29 from noon to 5 pm.
Because session availability is limited and is on a first come-first served basis, be sure to call right away to reserve a time slot at Youngsville Library by contacting Elaine Krill at 723-3763 extension 123 (Area on Aging). If you are directed to voice mail, leave your name and phone number so that Elaine can get in touch with you.
You will need to bring the following items with you to your appointment: (1) your Medicare card, (2) a list of your prescription drugs, (3) dosage(s) for each drug, and (4) how often each drug is taken. If you also need to switch Advantage Plans please bring your current Advantage Plan information as well.
Free Medicaid Help
Free Medicaid Open Enrollment assistance will be provided at both the Youngsville Public Library (10 am – 1 pm) and the Sugar Grove Free Library (2 pm – 5 pm) on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Brochures and additional FAQ information are also currently available at both libraries.
Walk-ins are welcome but you can call Sugar Grove Free Library 489-7872 or Youngsville Public Library 563-7670 to schedule a private appointment. Remember to bring proof of income or last year’s income tax paperwork with you and the Social Security number of each individual that will be applying for health insurance.
Leaf Pick Up Schedule
Youngsville Borough Leaf Pickup continues. Monday’s streets are the following: Railroad, E. Main, Davis, College, Orchard, Oak and Church. Tuesday’s: Woodard, Poplar, Ford, IOOF, Marsh, Bates and Pleasant. Wednesday’s schedule is Brown Hill, Water, Mill, Highland, Second, W. Main, Old Pittsfield, High, Broad, Beckenwood and Sonia. Thursday schedule is 3rd to 9th, Dillon, Division, North Main, Yucha, McGraw, Spring, Hillside and LaVerne. Friday, Areas not completed on assigned days.
Rake leaves to the curb. Do not rake into the street. No stones. Bundle sticks and branches and pile separately. Leaves will be pick-up until the first snow or as time permits.
Odd/Even Parking began on Nov. 1 and runs through March 31. Parking runs from 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. On odd number days of the week you must park on odd house number sides. On even number days of the week you must park on even house number sides. Any questions call 563-7555.
Youngsville Borough in November has only one recycling day which will be Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Youngsville Borough Offices will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11 to observe the Veterans Day holiday.
Sale at the Rouse Home
Looking for a holiday gift? The Rouse Home Activity Department is having a Collective Goods (formerly known as Books are Fun) fundraiser at the Rouse on Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 10 am to 4 pm. The fundraiser benefits the resident activity fund.
Parties at the
Youngsville Turkey Parties will be held Nov. 12 to benefit the Youngsville Band Boosters and on Nov. 26 to benefit the Youngsville Basketball Boosters.
“Thanksgiving with the
The Wilder Museum is hosting an all-new event called “Thanksgiving with the Irvines” on Saturday, Nov. 26, time from 1-5 p.m.
Wilder Museum of Warren County History is located at 51 Erie Ave., Irvine. Learn about the Irvine family as told by Keith Oviatt portraying Dr. William Irvine, tour the museum, mingle with guides, and see the newly-added, authentic 1860s covered wagon.
For a donation, guests may also enjoy a slice of pie with their piece of history. Admission is $3 per person, $1 per student. Members are admitted free of charge. For more information, call 723-1795 or visit warrenhistory.org.