By LINDA SCOTT
Photo by Linda Scott
Members of the Post 8803 were recently inspected at their meeting and passed with flying colors. Pictured are standing left to right: Barb Downey, historian; Joan Wimer, Guard; Bev Stotler, Patriotic Instructor; Jackie Edmiston, treasurer; Norene Brown, Chaplain; Donna Strain, Conductress; and Fran Stoneburg, Secretary. Seated are District 19’s President Beth Bauer and Doris Svitek.
A statement from Chris Darling.
"We, as many of you, are hurt by the recent burglary of Darling's Tidioute Pharmacy. We assure you that we have taken further steps to try to prevent this from happening again.
We believe in community and do not want these medications being sold to our children or abused in our community. We would like to offer an additional reward of $500 for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons behind this crime.
Please contact local low enforcement or the Pennsylvania State Police if you have any information.
Thank you very much.
Let's show this person that this does not happen in our community".
Dan Smith Candy
Anyone wishing to order their favorite Dan Smith Easter Candy can do so once again by contacting anyone of the following persons and placing an order.
Orders area being taken by Mary Huntington at 484-7766, Linda Scott at 484-7525, Beulah McAfoose at 484-2229, Jean Kitelinger at 484-3411, Meg Froman at 484-3944, Autumn Bupp at 484-2292 or Jane McManigle at 484-3296.
All orders must be in by Sunday, February 27 and candy will be delivered Tuesday, March 22.
Senior Center menu
Monday, Feb. 14, will be Stuffed Shells, Meatballs, vegetables and dessert.
Tuesday, Feb. 15, will be the Valentines Day Dinner consisting of Hamloaf, baked potato, vegetable and dessert.
Thursday, Feb. 17, will be Shepherds Pie, vegetable and dessert.
All meals come with beverage of choice plus milk.
Please call 484-3020 for information and to sign up for lunch.
You do need to call a day ahead of time to sign up for the meals.
Please remember that when school has been canceled, the senior center is closed and there are no home delivered meals that day.
School cancellations are on all Erie TV stations as well as the Warren Radio Stations.
Menu is subject to change without notice due to cancellations.
Members of the Watson Grange will hold their meeting on Thursday, February 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Alice Weaver.
Ladies Auxiliary to Post 8803 was inspected at their last meeting.
Inspection consisted of books and meeting procedures. Once again 8803 passed with flying colors.
Auxiliary members of the VFW Post 8803 will hold a Chinese Auction during the Chili Cook off on Saturday, February 26.
Please leave your items at the VFW Post.
Tidioute Community Charter School will be hosting a Blood Drive on Wednesday, Feb. 16, from noon till 5 p.m. at the School.
Please contact the school at 484-3550 for more information or to sign up, walk ins will be accepted.
On Sunday, February 13 there will bingo at Buccardo's Restaurant.
Doors open at 3 p.m. and games begin at 4 p.m.
Proceeds benefit the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament.
Tidioute Health Fair will be held on Saturday, March 26, from 7 a.m. to noon at the Tidioute Firehall.
Marty Bennett is now taking reservations for your blood work by calling her at 484-7372.
Cost is $40 for the blood work and there is an additional $17 charge for the PSA testing for the men.
There is a 12-hour fasting for the blood work, and light refreshments will be served following your blood work.
Other testing will be done such as bone density, fall and balance, blood pressure, height and weight, and Doppler screening. There will be other free testing done and several vendors will be set up and ready to answer your medical needs.
Up Coming Events:
9 Methodist Church Trustees and Board Meetings
10 Watson Grange 7:30
13 Bingo at Buccardos
16 Blood Drive at TCCS 12 noon to 5 p.m.