The Sugar Grove Free Library will have Celebrating Homes items such as gift items and candles on display for a anyone interested in purchasing for the holidays.
The Sugar Grove Free Methodist Outpost Windows were filled with a Living Nativity Scene played by the Fisher Family - Matt, Casey, Lillyana and Abella.
The display is from Marjean Hawkins and the profits will go to help fund the library.
Red Kettle Campaign
You will notice the Salvation Army Kettle once again located outside of the Town and Country Food Center throughout December.
Each weekend the Kettle will be manned by volunteers from local area churches in an effort to raise funds for the Salvation Army to help locally in our community. The Red Kettle Campaign helps raise donations for those who need it most by providing toys for kids, coats for the homeless, food for the hungry and countless other programs. When you give to the Red Kettle Campaign the monies remain in the community in which you donate, so come out and support the Sugar Grove Area Salvation Army Kettle.
at the Library
Do you enjoy watching and feeding the birds in the winter, or know someone who does?
The Sugar Grove Free Library is selling framed photographs of some of our local birds just in time for the Christmas shopping season. The photographer, Brian Anderson, is donating the proceeds of $35 per picture back to the Jamestown Veterinary Wildlife Fund.
Eisenhower High School and Sugar Grove Elementary School can plan to be on holiday break from Thursday, Dec. 23 through Jan. 2. Classes will resume on Monday, Jan. 3.
Many area volunteers, businesses, and organizations have donated to refill our local Sugar Grove Food Pantry. The food pantry is daily in operation to help out those in need in the Sugar Grove Community.
If you are in need of food items this holiday season, contact the Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church at 489-3105 for information on how you can make an appointment with a volunteer who can assist you in receiving needed food items.
The Second Harvest Food Bank distribution from its mobile food pantry will be held on Saturday, Dec. 19 . The Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church located at 210 Jamestown St. is the host site for the northern part of Warren County for this program.
Second Harvest is the major supplier of food to charitable agencies throughout northwestern Pennsylvania. They obtain products from the organization's warehouse and distribute them to individuals and families facing hard times in 11 counties.
A Sugar Grove
Thank you to all who came out to the Sugar Grove Christmas Event on Friday, Dec. 10. Hundreds of people roamed the decorated streets and enjoyed the holiday event. Also a thank you to all the local businesses and individuals who made this special holiday event happen. Thank you to Louise Morgan, Mary VanDorn, Paul Tutmaher, Pete Glotz, Tage Grant, Dave Slater, Jerry Bloomgren, and Judy Fry for decorating the park; Donna Wilson for making the bows; Sugar Grove Borough for getting the street lights all up; Bill Gourley for the popular hayride; Kent Wilcox and Jeannie Morando for all their hard work; Kent Wilcox and George Sanders for having the Fox radio remote; and, of course, the SGVFD for transporting Santa Claus.
Our Sugar Grove businesses went all out this year and thank you to the AMVETS/Ladies Auxiliary, the Sugar Grove Free Library, Two Sisters Crafting, Ryan Hoffman and the Boy Scouts, Hebner's Towne Styling, Wilcox Brothers, The American Legion, Don Erickson, Schuylers, The OutPost, Linda York Craft Store, The Bucket, Town and Country, The Laundromat, The Sugar Shack, the SG Borough Building, Dream Fabrics, Sonny Anderson's, Dave Bauer and Dave Williams offices, Jim Widrig Car Wash, and McKinney Funeral Home. Thank you to the EMHS Fantasia, the SGES students and the Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church for providing music on every corner throughout the evening. Thank you to EMHS for the art display and also Catering Plus, PNC Bank, the Presbyterian Church, the United Methodist Church, the Mission Covenant Church, the Warren County Dairy Princess and the Bucket.