Giving campaign donors
The Youngsville Public Library Board and Friends members would like to thank the following individuals for their monetary contributions to the on-going 2010 Giving Campaign (names as of April 23). The generosity and support of our community library by the following donors is sincerely appreciated.
This tax-deductible fundraiser will continue through Memorial Day. However to ensure that the much utilized services of your community library are maintained, all donations are greatly appreciated throughout the year. Giving Campaign forms are available in the April Steppin-Out, April 5th Guide, and at the Library.
Photo by Nancy Holmberg
Fred Lawrenson, second from the right, is giving a gallery talk during the Friday opening for his show of Nature and Wildlife paintings at the Allegheny Artistry gallery. His talk covered what inspires him, how and where he does research, his “extreme realism” style, and the underlying abstract design of his compositions. This kind of interaction between viewers and the artist increases the understanding and appreciation of the artist’s work. You can see Lawrenson’s work at the Local Artist’s Co-Op/ Allegheny Artistry gallery through May 23. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sat. 11-5:30.
Additional Giving Campaign sponsors will be acknowledged following the close of the drive, which is Monday, May 31, Memorial Day.
"Patron" Donors: Jack Brenneman, Doug & Liz Peterson, Rev. & Lucille Witherow, Mildred Withington, Samuel Roberti, Ardelle Johnson, Nancy Foster, Barry & Marie Crist, Luke & Mary Benedict, Doug & Celia Thompson, Tom & Vonnie Radecki, Esther Macks, Northwest Savings Youngsville, Lynn Williams Family, Barbara Denardi, Diane Bescotte, Rick Blakeslee, Betts Industries Inc, David Mourer Tax Service
"Bronze" Donors: W.H. Fitzgerald, Inc; Elmer Haight
"Silver" Donors: Whirley Industries Inc, Scott Olewine, Gary & Penny Lester, Dick & Kaye Wood
Other Donors: Kathleen Benedict, William & Pam Hummel, Edna Bicehouse, Bower's Sport Shop
Local memorabilia from the "Charles Engstrom Collection" that was featured at the Youngsville Library "75th Anniversary" celebration remains at the library, thanks to the generosity of Nancy (Engstrom) Nelson. Residents are encouraged to stop in, sift through the memorabilia, and take a stroll down memory-lane. The winner of the "guess the coins" contest at the 75th Anniversary celebration was Helga Laibacher, who generously donated her winnings back to the library.
Sidewalk sale today
There is a sidewalk sale today being held by the Revitalization Of Youngsville Association (ROY) in front of the Artist Co-Op/ Allegheny Artistry, 106 East Main Street, Youngsville. It will continue through Friday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 1 from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Proceeds will help to pay for improvements to downtown and will benefit the Youngsville community.
On Thursday, April 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and Friday, April 30 from 9 a.m. until noon there will be a benefit rummage sale for 3-year-old Samuel Lindell. He is a young cancer victim. All of the proceeds will go to Sam and his family. Donations only.
On Thursday, May 6, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Friday, May 7 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. the Women of St. Luke Church, 420 North Main Street, Youngsville, Pa. will be having a spring rummage sale.
Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool passes will be on sale at the Youngsville Borough office located at 37 Railroad Street starting Monday May 3. The discount period is through May 28. Discount prices are: Family - $85, Individual $60, and Senior or Student - $50. Please call the Borough office for more information 563-4604.
St. Francis Church on East Main Street, Youngsville, is hosting its monthly community dinner on Tuesday, May 4 from 4p.m. to 6 p.m. The menu is pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, salad and dessert. This is a dinner free to everyone in the community put on by the St. Francis Outreach Program. Take outs if available will be between 5:45 and 6 p.m. Donations are accepted. They invite anyone who doesn't have a home church to come and worship with them. Their Sunday service starts at 9 a.m. They have a new adult discussion class after the service, which they are very excited about.
The Youngsville Eagle Instrumental Boosters are hosting a Night Of Chance Fund raiser at the Youngsville Fire Hall, Fireman's Drive, on Saturday, May 15. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The games start at 6:30 pm. This Casino-style bash is open to the public and will feature entertainment, food, and an opportunity to help out the local Youngsville High School Band Program.
All proceeds benefit the band. Admission includes live music, food, and beverages. There is an additional fee to play the small games of chance, which will be played through out the evening. Cash prizes and four grand prize tickets will be given away. Must be 21 years of age or older to enter. Tickets are for sale at $10 each in advance and at the door. For more information or to reserve your ticket call Ruth McClellan at 814-706-8589.