Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus will hold their annual picnic and monthly meeting Thursday, August 6, 2009 at Camp Schwab.
Social hour will be from 4 p.m. till 5 p.m. with picnic at 5 p.m.
A council meeting will follow after the picnic.
After the council meeting there will be several events such as target practice, golf and fishing.
All members are asked to bring a tureen dish to share.
Come and enjoy the annual event.
Anyone wishing to use Benner Park for picnics and family gatherings please contact Carmen Fedele at 484-7758.
This Park is maintained by the Lions Club with the help of borough employees.
Use of the Park and Pavilion is by a donation to the Tidioute Lions Club.
Members of the Tidioute Lions Club are currently selling 50/50 tickets at $1 each or 3 for $5 with the drawing being held September 27 at the Fishing Tournament closing ceremonies.
The annual VFW Post 8803 Picnic will be held on Saturday, Aug. 15 at the Bucktails on McCauly Hill.
Ladies Auxiliary will be conducting their auction again. Al Cox, auctioneer extraordinaire will be with us again.
President Barb Downey is busy collecting auction items, which should be wrapped.
Barb can be contacted at 589-7508 for more information concerning this auction.
Ladies Auxiliary and VFW Post 8803 members will be sponsoring a bus trip to the Soldiers and Sailors home in Erie, PA on Saturday, August 29.
D & R Transportation in Pittsfield will be taking the travelers to Erie. The bus will leave the Post Home at 9:30 a.m. and return at approximately 4:30-5 p.m.
The Ladies Auxiliary will be serving scalloped potatoes, ham, rolls, homemade desserts and fruit.
The game of the day will be bingo.
Knit One, Purl One knitters and crocheters will be presenting their beautiful lap robes to the bingo winners.
All adults are invited to spend this day and have lunch with the veterans of the home.
There are two sign up sheets at the Post Home.
This is really a rewarding trip and the Veterans look forward to the visit.
If you have any questions, please contact Fran Stoneburg at 484-7708.
Vacation Bible School
Tidioute Vacation Bible School is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 9 through Thursday, Aug. 13 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. for area children age 3 to grade 5.
This year it will be hosted by St. John Church.
If you are interested in helping out or have any questions, contact Jane Downey at 484-7747.
This is for all the youth ages three to those in grade five, even if they don't attend church at ST John Church. This is a community event.
Assisting will be from Tidioute First United Methodist Church and Tidioute Presbyterian Church.
Anyone who has signed up for the "Nunsense Musical" on Sept. 10, are reminded to send their payment of $12 to Judy Sabella at 9010 Youngsville Road, Grand Valley, PA 16420 by Aug. 10 to confirm reservations.
There are still some tickets available.
Members made their balance of $2500 donation commitment to the Tidioute Medical and Dental Center.
Arlene Clinger and Richard Borland have been appointed to the board along with Carmen Fedele, Dan Molitoris, Mike Cassese, Jim Bees and Betty Marshall.
Clinger will also serve as chairperson for the Eyeglass Assistance Committee.
Jim Marshall has been appointed as Chairperson of the $2000 Scholarship Committee for a Tidioute Community Charter School Graduate. The Scholarship is divided into $500 per year over a four year period as long as the graduate is still attending college. If they drop out for any reason the scholarship stops.
Lights will be put up to shine on the Flag at the new Lions Club Sign on the Route 62 end of the Tidioute Bridge.
50/50 tickets are on sale for $1.00 each or 3 for $5.00 with the drawing to be held on Sunday, September 27.
Club members spent 96.5 hours doing their volunteer work over the past month.
A report was filed with the borough of Tidioute for 2008 showing there was 131.1 to of recycling shipped.
The next board meeting will be August 11 and the dinner meeting will be on August 18 at Benner Park.
The Weather Bug at Tidioute Community Charter School is back on line and is pointed toward McGuire Street.
Keep in touch with the weather with this Weather Bug from your personal computer.
There will be another Rummage Sale at the Tidioute First United Church on Thursday, Aug. 6; Friday, Aug. 7; and Saturday, Aug. 8 from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
All new donations for this sale so be sure to stop in and shop around for some great bargains.
Veteran Of The Month
VFW Post 8803 will be hosting the acknowledgement of the Veteran of the Month on Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. at the Post Home located at 93 Main St.
This is open to the public, all are welcome.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee members will be selling BBQ Chicken Dinners on Saturday, Aug. 8 on Tournament grounds starting at noon, during the flea market.
There will only be 100 dinners sold so be sure to get there early. They will sell dinners until they are gone.
Yet another Flea Market will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8 on Fishing Tournament Grounds cost is $10 per table space and you need to bring your own tables.
Contact Butch Glenn at 484-3822 to reserve a spot.
1. Nicole Coughlin, Drew Proper, Jim Campbell
2. Dominic Gionti, Jerry Davis, Jacqui Schwab
3. Linnea Evatt, Steve Druggan
4. Tom Martin
6. Dick Palmer, Chris Roofner Jr.
7. Shawn Fulkman, Nathan Brown, Dawna King, Emily Wilcox
8. Ann Cass, Karley Schwab, Lisa Swartz, Claudia Spargo, Jack Clinger
9. Donna Ambos, Brook Martin, Jacob Devereaux, Mia Beatty, Laurie Edwards, Bradley Nuttall, Gerri Anderson
10. Treyah Selfridge, Marlene Higgins, Billy Emple, Chuck Swartz, Donald Smith, Duane Smithers, Thomas Mann
11. Mona Flasher
12. Dustin Sudul, Victoria Wolford, Margaret Bernacky, Kate Craft, Bruce Ziegler, Job Faler
13. Lauren Roofner,Fran King, John Mellon, John Sperko, Bill Klos
14. Clay Cass, Jarod Roofner, Robert Kane, Eli Martin, Ann Hillberry, Bret Moore,Michelle Buccardo
15. Noah Sudul, Andrew Sveda, Nellie Miller, Joan McManigle, Courtney Edwards, Edna Sheckler
16. Alex Q. Sabella, Joshua Spulecki, LaRenda Martin, Sandy Carter, Marissa Weaver
17. Sunora Henderson, Mason Edward, Chris Houghton, Sharon Hulings, Tarica Albaugh, Tim Anderson, George Sveda,
18. Connor Faulkner, Brenda Anderson, Dennis Bee Jr, Grace Kitelinger
19. Daniel Sveda, Kelsey Nuttall, Stephanie White, Jodie King, Carol Morrison, Sonya Shields, Taylor Fike.
20. Britta Nerber, Samantha Daelhousen, Amelia Miller
21. Marlee Nuttall, Sandra Campisano, Maria Spargo, Melissa Morrison-Potts, Dennis Bee Sr., ZoAnn Nicholson
22. Donna Strain, Les Lindermuth
23. Bonnie Lunt, Chad McLaughlin, W. (Buck) Lindsay, Christopher Jones, Mindy Fox,
24. Arthur Rossiter, Wendy Czar, Bob McLaughlin
25. Crystal Williams, Tootie Brown, Jackie Edmiston, Larry Sutton, Jill McIntyre, Larry Sutton, Jill McIntyre
26. Rayne Watters, Chris Morgan
27. Mindy Veasey, Mark Benner, Hannah Fedele, Nan Anderson, Paulette Pascarella, Andrea Shoemaker
28. Chuck Brandt, Tim Jones, Karla Klos
29. JoAnn Spor, Cara Parker, Lynda McKay, Jessica Martin-Call, Valerie Walsh, Cathy Coughlin, Shirley Gresham
30. Kim Mineweaser, Adrianne Robertson, Brandon Shields,
31. Ryan Houghton. Clint Moore, Doug Wilcox