Charter School Band played the Star Spangled Banner and an American Mosaic as well as Taps.
Placing of the Wreath was done by Chief Master Sgt.Richard Bunce. Reading of Flanders Field was given by Lt. Carolyn Knight.
Calling of the roll was done by Ret. Lt. Col. USAF-Bruce Schwab with response given by Chief Master Sgt. Richard Bunce.
Mr. Manning's Fourth grade class at TCCS took at field trip to the Tidioute Recycling Center, Moore's Garden Shop and the Simpler Times Museum last week. This is an annual field trip for the fourth grade. Carman Fedele, president of the Lion's Club and Jim Bees a Lion's Club Board members gave the students a tour of the facilities and showed the students how the recycling was packaged to ship. At the garden center the students picked out flowers to plant in the porch boxes at the school. The garden shop donated all of the flowers. At the Simpler Times Museum, Jim and Beth Ziegler gave the students a tour of the museum and arranged a scavenger hunt. The Fourth grade would like to thank the Lion's Club, Linda and Sandy Palmer and the Ziegler family for their generosity and time. In the photo are Suzanne Bhe, Annah Burke, Hunter Bush, Hailie Cass, Dylan Fehlman, Angel Flanigan, Phillip Franks, Sierra Gilliland, Lauryn Harshaw, Bella Konkle, Nathaniel Mitcham, Morgan Rounds, Lukas Sheckler, Joshua Smith, Noah Sudul, Kayla Yeager, Not Pictured Brandon Gourley and Dylan Fehlman. Back row Mr. Carman Fedele the president of the Lion's Club and Jim Bees a Lion's Club Board members.
A Salute to the Dead was done by Pequignot-Yeager Post 8803.
Following the services members marched back to the VFW Post for lunch.
Several families had more then one in the Military and they were here for the Services held in Tidioute.
The William Brown family had eight members present in the parade, Ken McKay and his son Brian McKay; brothers Tom and Pat Heenan; Harold Bunce and his son Richard, Margie Bunce is a member of the Ladies Auxiliary who also marched, twin brothers-Nathan and Johnathan Brown marched and the Hanson brothers.
Lifelong Tidioute resident-William F. Brown, at the age of 89 was just as proud today as he was the first time he marched in a parade in Tidioute following W. W. II.
Following in Brown's footsteps are his sons William E who served with the Army in Viet Nam and Dick Brown who served with the Navy in Viet Nam marched with him in Mondays Memorial Day parade in Tidioute.
Also participating in the parade were Brown's Brother-in-law Bill Konkle who served with the Navy in Korea during W.W. II, Grandson-Chase Brown who served with the Marines in Iraq, nephews Les Lindemuth who served in Viet Nam with the Army, Lee Lindemuth who served with the Army in Haiti and Somalia and Jake Barton who served with the Army in Iraq.
Each one of these men marched to the cemetary and marched back to the VFW on Monday and all still live in Tidioute.
Tidioute would like to say thank you for all you have done for us and we are very proud of each of you for a job well done.
Employees of Northwest Savings Bank in Tidioute are selling raffle tickets on twelve different baskets.
These baskets are making their rounds at the local offices along with the description of each basket.
The raffle will be held on June 14 and tickets will be available until June 11 and are 1 for $1, 7 for $5 and 20 for $10
Proceeds will benefit the Relay for Life which will be held on June 25 and 26 at Betts Park in Warren.
Tidioute Lions Club
Tidioute Lions Club would like to thank Waste Treatment Corporation and their plant supervisor Rick Gorton for their generous contribution of time and equipment to the Tidioute community.
Waste Treatment Corporation provides a truck, driver and assistant four times a year to pick up and dispose of approximately 55 ton of crushed glass from the Lions Club Recycling Center located at 71 Grant Street, Tidioute.
Up Coming Events:
2 Alumni Reunion meeting at Library at 7 p.m.
3 Knights of Columbus at 7:30p.m. at ST Johns Center
4 Graduation at 7 p.m. TCCS
5 Deerfield Township cleanup 8 a.m to 12 noon