Thursday, Feb. 3: Shepherds Pie, vegetable and dessert.
Monday, Feb. 8: fish, macaroni and cheese, vegetable and dessert.
Photo by Linda Scott
Sing at Senior Center
Members of the fifth grade class at Tidioute Community Charter School were at the Tidioute Senior Center on Monday to sing several songs. Those attending, in no particular order, were Joshua Smith, Annah Burke, Bella Konkle, Lauryn Harshaw, Hailie Cass, Catherine Whitehill, Lukas Sheckler, Angel Flanigan, Sierra Gilliland, Korrine Sauers, Nathaniel Mitcham, Noah Sudul, Fred Mack, and Hunter Bush accompanied by Mr. Bush, music teacher.
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Noah Pennington, a kindergarten 4 student at TCCS, sold the largest number of Stromboli (124) for a spring field trip fundraiser. Noah received a $25 gift card for his efforts.
Photo by Linda Scott
Matt Shaw, owner of the Happy Mug Coffee, is seen with a fresh batch of roasted coffee which will be ground, bagged and sold in the area. The shop is located above Kings Building and Supply, Tidioute.
Photo by Linda Scott
Concession stand and restroom
A new concession stand plus a bathroom are being built at the Tidioute baseball field on the corner of Main and McGuire. Work is being don by Intermated Construction Co.
Tuesday, Feb: 9: soup, sandwich, dessert.
Thursday, Feb. 11: barbecue chicken, potatoes, vegetable and dessert.
For more information or to sign up for lunch, call 484-3020.
Super Bowl Soups
Super Bowl Sunday Soup Sales will take place at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church on Sunday, Feb. 6 from noon till sold out, usually by 2 p.m.
You can eat in or have take-outs.
Cost is $3 for a 16-ounce container, $3.50 for a 20-ounce container. Eat-in will cost $4.50
Soups being offered will be cream of broccoli, chicken noodle, chili, chicken and rice, and vegetable.
The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, Feb. 5 from 7 till 10 p.m.
Crowning will be at 7 p.m.
Parent viewing of the festivities is limited from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Semi-formal dress is required and there will be finger foods provided.
Cost is $8 per person or $14 per couple.
Guest who do not attend Tidioute Community Charter School must be pre-approved.
Sign-up is in the office.
Officers and members of the Stinebiser's Steering Committee will meet on Sunday, Feb. 20 in the Tidioute Fire Hall at noon.
Following the meeting, at 2 p.m. the Ladies Auxiliary of District 19 VFW will conduct their district meeting.
All auxiliary members are urged to attend.
For more information, contact Fran Stoneburg at 484-7708.
Tidioute Borough residents are reminded to keep their sidewalks clear for the Postal Service and the people picking up the trash each week.
It is noted that several residents don't have a clear path to those trash bags or cans and the workers have to climb mounds of snow.
Also, so not put the trash at the edge of the street, it will be in the way of the plows.
There will be blood drive at Tidioute Community Charter School on Wednesday, Feb. 16 from noon till 5 p.m.
Members of the community are urged to attend and donate a pint of blood because donating blood can be a life-saving deed.
Call the school at 484-3550 for more information.
Tidioute ballfield is getting the much-needed restroom and new concession stand.
This new building is being built at the corner of the field at the intersection of Main and McGuire.
Contractors are from ICM, Intermated Construction Company of Clarendon.
VFW Post 8803 Ladies Auxiliary will be holding a Chinese Auction on Saturday, Feb. 26 to coincide with the Chili Cook-Off to be held by the VFW Post 8803.
Anyone wishing to donate items for the auction can contact Barb Downey at 589-7508 or Beverly Stotler at 484-3549 or you could bring leave the items at the VFW Post home.
Fifth Grade Entertains
Members of the fifth grade class at Tidioute Community Charter School walked to the Tidioute Senior Center on Monday to sing several songs for those attending the center activities.
Music teacher Mr. Bush accompanied the students on the guitar and shared the fact that he started teaching students when they were in kindergarten.
Two of the songs they song were "I'm A Believer" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".
Members of the class and singing were Joshua Smith, Annah Burke, Bella Konkle, Lauryn Harshaw, Hailie Cass, Catherine Whitehall, Lukas Sheckler, Angel Flanigan, Sierra Gilliland, Korrine Sauers, Nathaniel Mitcham, Noah Sudul, Fred Mack, and Hunter Bush.
The second meeting was held for the annual spring health fair.
This year the Tidioute Health will be held on Saturday, March 26 from 7 a.m. to noon at the Tidioute Firehall.
Appointments are being set up by Marty Bennett so call as soon as possible as time slots fill up fast.
Cost will be $40 for the blood work and the PSA will be $17 this year.
Some of the test being offered include, but not limited to, bone density, fall and balance, blood pressures, height and weight, and the Doppler screening.
Call Marty at 484-7372 to schedule an appointment.
Honor Roll Listing
Grade 12: Jen Buckley, Amanda Burris, Nicole Condron, Michaela Hallas, Sam Johnson, Allison Konkle, Alissa Lowe, Natalie McLaughlin, Alexis Morrison, Lexi Nester, Lauren Ohler, Ben Reed, Clayton Roxberry, Patricia Shields, Shaun Sitterley, Megan Walters.
Grade 11: Daniel Bonner, Katie Glasgow, Kyle Kysor, Loralee Lindemuth, Katie Weilacher.
Grade 10: Lacy Kitelinger and Tim Martin Suydan.
Grade 9: Megan Kime, Robbi Kitelinger, Anna Lindemuth, Christa Sudul.
Grade 8: Brian Bonner, Brian Fulkner, Tanya Krouse, Dustin Martin, Desi McChesney, Nadine O'Conner, Emalei Schaberl, Olivia Thompson and Samantha Veasey.
Grade 7: Melissa Craig.
Grade 6: Dylan Anderson, Amber Borland, Kyle Campbell, Connor Coughlin, Nettie Durstine, Darren Geiger, Alexandra Haehn, Sierra Hall, Kent Heenan, Morgan Hittie, Brittany Hulse, Lakin Krouse, Allyvia Morgan, Geoffery Swanson, Alexandria VanOrd and Sierra Weilacher.
Grade 5: Annah Burke, Hailie Cass, Angel Flanigan, Lauryn Harshaw, Bella Konkle, Lukas Sheckler and Noah Sudal.
Grade 4: Brianna Burton, Richard Borland, Paige Downey, Greysen Fors, Brooke Martin, Amber McAfoose, Shawn Merritt, Allexa Morgan, Alex Sabella and Morgan Silvis.
Grade 3: Dakota Barton, Norene Brown, Noah Burke, Julian Gillenwater, Dalton Kennedy, Derek Klos, Nakiesha Krouse, Kelsey Nuttall, Adrianna Pierce and Jacinda Zeller.
Grade 1: Evelyn Aker, Scarlett Archer, Qwentin Crosby, Sydney Fischer, Ryan Morgan, Joel Rissel, Carrie Robl, Amalia Sabella, Blake Sabella, Allison Schratz, Jeremiah Smith and Kamryn Weissinger.
Dan Smith Candies
Anyone wishing to order Dan Smith Easter Candy can do so by contacting members of the Methodist Church including Mary Huntington, Linda Scott, Autumn Bupp, Jane McManigle, Jean Kitelinger and Meg Froman.
Orders are due by Feb. 27 and will be delivered March 22.
A new business has recently opened in Tidioute above Kings Lumber and Supply.
Matt Shay has opened a coffee roasting shop, Happy Mug.
The wholesale business opened in December. You can buy the freshly roasted organic coffee at Moore's Garden Shoppe-The Pie Shack, Kings Building and Supply, in Tidioute, HerbsR4U2 in Warren, Mugs Cafe in Youngsville and Brazil Nut Cafe in Corry.
For more information about Happy Mug Coffee or to sell it at your business or fundraiser, stop in at King Building Supply, look it up on Facebook, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Homecoming Dance at TCCS 7 to 10 p.m.
6 Soup Sales at Methodist Church noon till 2 p.m.
Gift Cards Available
Each year the TCCS parent group, Student Activities Committee (SAC), raises money to take all of the students on field trips throughout the school year. SCRIP provides gift cards. The school currently has some of the most popular cards on hand in the office that can be purchased anytime including Wal-Mart, Bob Evans, Sam's Club, ITunes and more.