Dr Seuss Night
Students at Tidioute Community Charter School and their families will have the opportunity to celebrate the birthday of Dr Seuss on Wednesday.
Photo by Linda Scott
Easter Egg Hunt Winners
Winners in the Easter Egg Hunt contest on Saturday were, left to right: Mallary McKay found the Golden Egg in the 7-year-old and up age group. Andera Curtin won the 4-to-6-year-old age group, and Kailie Bailor won in the age 3-and-under group.
There will be a Memorial Service for remembering the life of Paul Smith on Saturday, April 10 at the Swedish Union Church at 11 a.m.
Family, friends and neighbors are invited to attend and there will be a luncheon at the Methodist Church following the services and you are invited to attend this as well.
Egg hunt success
Once again the Easter egg hunt went off as a great success.
The committee would like to thank the Tidioute Lions Club for their donation of all the eggs.
Also a thank you to all the others who donated including Limestone Township, VFW Ladies Auxiliary of Post 8803, Tidioute Trading Post, Tidioute Trading Post, McLaughlin Construction, Moore's Greenhouse, Tippy Canoe Inn and Northwest Engineering. Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament provided the Golden Eggs, and Maureen McAfoose and Tidioute Community Charter School for the use of the kitchen and cafeteria and for cooking and coloring the eggs.
Jordan Wolford won the stocking that was filled with games that was being raffled by the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament.
Tidioute Senior Center
On Monday those attending at the Senior Center were presented with a History program by Lynn Espin.
The subject was Piso's Manufacturing Company that was located in Warren, PA in the late 1890"s -early 1900's.
They manufactured cough syrup for the treatment of consumption (TB) along with other remedies and salves of that time period.
Tuesday they enjoyed a pork chop dinner with all the fixings.
A crowd of 42 was present.
The 50/50 drawing was won by Jim Bees and the Sarris Chocolate Easter Basket was won by Marian Dashner.
Patriotic art winner
Ben Reed, son of Robin and Jeff Reed of Pleasantville and a junior at Tidioute Community Charter School was the first place winner in the Patriotic Art Contest sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW Post 8803.
The following is how Ben explains his art entry. "A common sight in many American homes during W.W.II, the service flag was a banner of hope for every family with a loved one over seas. Each blue star represented a family member in the armed forces who was alive. Sadly, however, the gold star occasionally took the place of a blue star. The gold star serving as a painful reminder that someone they loved would never return home, but also as a proud symbol of the man or woman's sacrifice to protect the family that they loved, lived and died for."
Congratulations Ben on your first place win.
Low-impact aerobics classes are being held on Wednesdays and Mondays from 7 to 8 p.m. at 118 Main ST.
Classes will be conducted by Grace Kitelinger.
For more information please call Kitelinger at 484-1682.
The Presbyterian Women's Association will meet at the Tidioute Senior Center on Thursday, April 15, for their meeting and then stay for lunch.
Ladies Auxiliary members of VFW Post 8803 are still selling lottery tickets that are good for the entire month of May.
Each ticket has two numbers on them. Winning numbers are determined by the 7 p.m. PA Lottery Daily number.
Tickets are $5 each.
Members of Southwest Warren County Municipal Authority will meet on Thursday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at Tidioute Towers.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Committee is looking for new members to help will the fund raising activities and some work on some of the different committees.
Anyone who would like to become a volunteer on this committee should call Ann Jones at 484-7139 or Chairperson Dan Gazelle at 484-3585.
Jones is also collecting door prizes for the upcoming Ham and Turkey Party which will be held on Sunday, May 30 at Tidioute Firehall.
The Alumni Game will be held on April 17 at 6 p.m.. As of right now interest in playing seems to only warrant one game. If you plan to play contact either Trustin McDonald (484-3550) or Ted Nuttall (484-3222) as soon as possible. Also, if you plan to play be at the school by 5:30 p.m., so organizers know how many people there are and can make teams. If enough people show at the last minute two games can be played; the "Old Guys" will play first and the "Young Guys" will follow. If you plan to play bring both a white and a black t-shirt.Up Coming Events:
7 Dr Suess Night at TCCS
Book Fair at TCCS
12 Borough council