Make Up Day
Tidioute Community Charter School will have a make up day today, Wednesday, March 31 for a canceled day earlier this year due to inclement weather.
Photo by Linda Scott
Soup cook-off winners
Pictured are the winners of the Cook Off held at Tippy Canoe on Sunday. Left to right are Lorraine Zuendel, First Place winner, Eb Kinter, second place winner, and Karen Cortese, Third Place winner.
Lenten Lunch Services will be held at the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, March 31 at 11:30 a.m.
Lunch will be served immediately following the services.
St. John/St. Anthony Holy Week
Holy Week Schedule for St. John Church is as follows: Thursday, April 1, 6 p.m Tureen Dinner at ST Anthony's followed by a 7:30 p.m. Mass of the Lords Last Supper; Friday, April 2 Good Friday Services at 12 noon at ST John Church and a 3 p.m. Mass at ST Anthony's; Saturday, April 3 Mass at ST Anthony Church at 8:30 p.m. for the Easter Vigil Mass, Only Mass of the Day, and Sunday, April 4 Mass will be at 9 a.m. at ST Anthony's and 11 a.m. Mass at ST John Church.
There will be a Memorial Service for Paul Smith on Saturday, April 10 at 11 a.m. at the Swedish Union Church on Swede Road.
A lunch will follow at the First United Methodist Church on Main ST, Tidioute.
His family invites you to come and join in the celebration of Paul's Life. Those wishing to say a few words may do so.
Volunteer awards lunch
Bill and Norma Konkle along with Hank and Fran Stoneburg spent an enjoyable lunch and afternoon at the Polish Falcon Club in Erie on Saturday, March 27.
They were the recipients of volunteer awards from the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Erie. Bill Konkle accepted the award for the VFW Post 8803 and Fran Stoneburg accepted for the Ladies Auxiliary of Post 8803.
Clean boat launch
Many thanks to Terry Konkle and her crew for the wonderful job they did at the Tidioute Boat Launch. They not only picked up the junk, trash, etc. that had been thrown around, they bagged it and trucked it to the borough dumpsters.
There are cans provided down at the boat launch and they should be used for the garbage.
We have a beautiful place to sit and watch the river, or play some hoops so lets keep it beautiful and enjoyable.
Everyone can help with this.
Health fair success
Chairperson Marty Bennett would like to thank all the organizations who participated in the Tidioute Health Fair this year.
Warren General Hospital and their staff members were also present to provide blood testing and other tests throughout the morning hours.
Thank you to Warren General, Tidioute Police Department, Kathy Rapp, American Red Cross,Emergycare, AARP, Nancy Yerigin, Darling Pharmacy, Experience Inc., Area on Aging, Cambridge Warren, Humane Society, Penn State Cooperative, Rouse Warren County Home.
Warren General had several sites including Fall and Balance, Cancer Center, Bone Density, Diabetes Education, Nutrition, Home Care Service.
Several hand out pamphlets, pens, weekly pill dispensers and tablets as well as lots of other reading material were given away.
Drawings were held by some of the organizations as well.
Approximately 148 people came out for the blood tests. Others were there for the miscellaneous tests such as hearing, bone density, Fall and Balance and glaucoma screening.
Once again it has been brought to the attention of the police department that residents are not cleaning up after their dogs.
Citations will be written for those who are caught not cleaning up the messes.
Please be sure to carry a baggie with you for such purposes and show courtesy for others and their property.
Soup cook-off winners
For the sixth year in a row, Tippy Canoe has held a soup cook off and this year was no exception.
There were eleven entries with soups including, Pasta Fogilo, Chicken Noodle, Ham and Bean, Sausage Gumbo, two versions of vegetable beef, wedding soup, vegetable shrimp, cajun jambalaya, cajun onion, bean and bacon, and stuffed pepper.
First Place winner was Lorraine Zuendel's bean and bacon, Second Place winner was Eb Kinter with his vegetable beef and Third Place went to Karen Cortese with her wedding soup.
Tidioute Community Charter School students will have a break from Thursday, April 1, and Friday, April 2, for the Easter Holiday.
Parent teacher conference
There will be a Parent Teacher Conference held at Tidioute Community Charter School on Monday, April 5, from 11 a.m. till 6 p.m.
Parents may call the school at 484-3550 to schedule an appointment.
There is also an open house scheduled for any prospective students and their parents during this time who are interested in registering for the 2010-2011 school year.
The Student Activities Committee Spring Bulb and Flower sales have begun.
Each item is $6 and the bulbs will be delivered to the school on May 5 in time for Mother's Day and Spring planting.
To place an order please call the school at 484-3550.
Letters of interest
Tidioute Community Charter School is now accepting "Letters of Interest" for the 2010-2011 School year.
This school is a K-12 hands-on instructional learning environment and small class sizes to give our students invaluable individual attention.
Full-day kindergarten 4 and kindergarten 5 programs.
A state of the art wireless educational technology program with Smart Boards in every classroom.
There is an expanded music program that includes choir, band, piano and guitar and the Yamaha Music in Education Program along with a music recording studio.
Free on-site college credit classes for high school juniors and seniors.
A mentorship placement program.
Open house is set for Monday, April 5 from 11 a.m. till 6 p.m.
1. Angela York, Andrew Shields, Sara Barton, Helen Nelson, Lori Klos Diane Rondinelli, Luke Morgan
2. Margaret Alberth, Caroline Stover-Duke
3. Barb Downey, Bob Anderson, Jamie Molek
4. John Konkle, Brady Dashner, Bronwyn Davis
5. Al Vanderpoel, Joe Sanderson, Scott Williams, John Robertson, Linda Reese
6. Jacinta Reese, Christi Nuttall, Roseanna Nicholson, Kristie Ziegler
7. Shawn Weaver, Shawn Silvis
8. Amanda Fulkman, William C Baker Jr., Emily Come, Christopher York
9. Samuel Schwab, Carol Nicholson, Jake Barton, Marian Dashner, Joseph McLaughlin, Nathan Schwab, Jeremy Smithers
10.John McCauley, Denny Zuck, Denny Martin, Wade Adams, Craig Snavley, Doug Storer, Connie Peterson
11. Dayle Beck
12. Ryan Schwab, Matthew Nicholson, Linda Reed
13. Scott McKay, William F. Brown
14. Karen Craft, Jimmy Konkle, Fran Stoneburg, David Smithers, Christopher Molek
15. David Kane, Jennifer Nuttall, Christopher Shields, Alex Sabella, Danielle McCauley, Sue Gresham
16. Heather Higgins, Kathryn Sveda, Mark Williams
17. Jordan Wolford, Thelma Sabella, Marolyn Shaffer, Chris Martin, Eric Martin, April Gazalie, Melanie McLaughlin
18. Rob Konkle, Evan Duncan, Sally Sabella, Eugene Robertson, Wilma Watson
19. John Ziegler, Stephanie Jenkins
20. Aston Fredrick, Christian Baker, Lucas Sabella, Joe Kelly, Bev Morrison
21. Brandon Navarro, Stanley Kowalski, Darlene Kowalski, Kit Pascarella, Bob Degruttola, Edgar Burris Jr.
22. Mindy Colvin, Nancy Schwab
23. Jorge Navarro, Susan Robertson
24. Robbi Kitelinger, Billy Yeager, Candy Druggan, Jimmie Williams, Charles Barton, Laurie Rehe, Jessica Nuttall
25. Camille Sizemore, Neva Matie, Jesse Higgins, Mary Huntington
26. Tara Gerus,
27. Janet Dygan, Kathy Morrison,
28. Steven King, Sue Shields
29. Roxanne Pagley, Daryl Simons,
30. Jenafer McKown, David Manning Jr., Bonnie Reese, Tommy Heenan
31 Lenten Lunch at Presbyterian Church 11:30
April 3 Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. at Tippy Ball Field
4 Easter Services at Local Churches 11 a.m.
5 Parent Teacher Conference at TCCS
7 Dr Seuss and Book Fair at TCCS