Once again it is time for the Yearbook pre-sales to begin.
The yearbook staff has had the opportunity to work with a new yearbook company this year. This has been beneficial because they have been able to lower the cost of the yearbook to $20.00 while adding more pages. They are able to continue to print the entire yearbook in color.
Photo by Linda Scott
Recycled crushed glass
Waste Treatment Corp. came to the aid of the Tidioute Lions Club recycling program. Waste Treatment donated a truck and driver to carry crushed glass from the recycling center to the buyer. Pictured with Waste Management Truck is driver Ron Lewis and Carman Fedele, president of the Tidioute Lions Club.
Yearbook staff members began taking orders for the 2011 Bulldog yearbook beginning this past Monday and will continue sales until March 18.
If you pre order, the price of the yearbook will be $20.
Yearbooks may be personalized with your child's name for $5.50 and there is a variety of icons which can be placed on the cover next to your name for an additional cost of $3 for each icon.
Personalization will only be sold as one line, which will be available in one color. You must purchase personalization in order to purchase any incons. You may purchase up to four icons of your choice. The selection is on the back of the letters sent home with your child.
There will be a Spring Surprise on March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th during which time you may purchase the yearbooks for $15. (Yearbook orders will only be sold for this price on these three days only. No exceptions.
Yearbook staff members will stop into the classrooms each morning to collect orders form February 25 through March 8, 2011.
They hope to sell 120 yearbooks this year. There will be a limited number printed so there will be fewer extra books available for sale this fall. They encourage all students to buy a yearbook in order to keep this year's memories for a lifetime.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school at 484-3550.
Senior Center menu
Thursday, Feb. 24 will be Hot Meatloaf Sandwiches, with mashed potatoes and dessert.
Monday, Feb. 28 will be Hamburg Gravy with vegetables and dessert.
Tuesday, March 1 is Chili and cornbread with dessert.
Thursday, March 3 is Beef and Noodles with gravy, vegetables and dessert.
Please call 484-3020 to sign up for lunch.
Remember that when school is canceled so is the Senior Center lunches and there will be no home delivered meals on those days.
Tidioute Community Charter School Yearbook staff has extended the deadline for the parents of the senior recognition ads. These ads usually contain the student's name, one or more pictures and a message to the student.
These ads come in three different sizes which include half page for $75, a quarter page for $ 50 and one eighth of a page for $30. The deadline for these ads is March 1.
Please either mail this information to the school at Tidioute Community Charter School, 241 Main St, Tidioute, PA 16351 or send it to school with your child.
If you have any questions please contact the yearbook staff or Miss McKean at 814-484-3550.
There is a seat open on the Water board of SWCMA for anyone interested who is a water customer over the age of 18.
If interested please contact the borough office at 484-7424.
This consists of a meeting once a month at 7 p.m. the second Thursday of the month and is strictly a volunteer position.
Tidioute First United Methodist Church will be holding its annual pancake supper on Tuesday, March 8 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Methodist Church.
Cost is $5 per person and will consist of pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee and tea.
Take outs are also available if you so desire.
Call the church at 484-7721 after 5 p.m. to request a take out
Anyone wishing to order Dan Smith Easter Candy must place their order by Sunday, February 27 with Linda Scott at 484-7525 , Mary Huntington at 484-7766, Jean Kitelinger at 484-3411, Beulah McAfoose at 484-2229, Meg Froman at 484-3944 or Jane McManigle at 484-3296.
Delivery will be on March 22.
Once again Waste Treatment Corp. came to the aid of the Tidioute Lions Club recycling program.
Waste Treatment donates a truck and driver three times a year to carry crushed glass from the recycling center to the buyer.
Without their generous commitment to communities such as Tidioute Lions Club would not be able to provide glass recycling as transportation costs would exceed the proceeds of the sale.
Girl Scout cookies
Girls Scout cookies have arrived in Tidioute and the scouts will be out delivering your orders.
Booth sales with location and time will be announced at a later time.
Tidioute Health Fair will be held on Saturday, March 26 from 7 a.m. to noon at the Tidioute firehall.
Reservations can be made by contacting Marty Bennett at 484-7372.
Cost is $40 per person for the blood work and an additional cost of $15 for the men who wish to have the PSA testing.
This is a 12-hour fasting blood work and there will be light refreshments for after you have your blood drawn.
Several business and organizations will be on hand with handouts and give-a-ways for those who are attending.
The regular monthly meeting of the Deerfield Township Supervisors on Monday, Feb. 14, at the Township building.
The Storm Water Plan Ordinance was reviewed and revised by Township solicitor and then adopted; 2011-2.
Discussion regarding a security light for the building resulted in the need to have Warren Electric Co-Op send someone to the building for a review of possible locations to place lights and the costs.
On Feb. 3 and Feb. 10 an advertisement was in the Warren Times Observer regarding the Flood Plain Ordinance. There will be a 90 day review period in which residents are still able to review The Flood Plain Maps at the Deerfield Township Building, simply by calling the township building at 484-3051 and leaving a message requesting a day and time to meet with William Jewell to review the maps.
Twenty-three days during the month of January involved the plowing and sanding of all township roads; a plugged sluice pipe on Althom Road was addressed, and continued maintenance of the TK 8000 and backhoe was performed.
Updated information on diesel fuel providers and prices were discussed and reviewed.
Bids for gravel, anti-skid and other road materials will be discussed at the next regular monthly meeting which will be on March 14, 2011.
The Stinebiser's Steering Committee will benefit from a fish fry, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 464 in Oil City, PA.
This dinner will be held on March 4 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the post home on Relief Street.
Cost of the dinner is $9 and will include appetizer, complete fish dinner and homemade pies, cakes and brownies.
1. Sonda Sveda, David Watson, Heather Henderson
2. Tammy McLaughlin
3. Tedd Sudul, Amy McGraw, Emily King
4. Joyce Barton, Russ Kinnear, Jessie Sabella, Tim Spulecki
5. Rita Sabella, Dave Benner, Rev. Dale Timco
6. Nancy Bush
7. Derek Rohrer, Jack McKown, Getty Helffrich
8. Vicky Robertson, Johnie Williams
9. Charles Watters, Kelli Calgary, Amber Snavley
10. Jessica Emple, Jennifer King, Terry Pascarella, Ardeth Knight, Carolyn Carter, Timm Reasbeck
11. Sara Arnold, Michael Sabella, Mathew Brown, Bill Caputo, Denny Sabella
12. Zeick Jackman, Jeff Strain Sr., Allison Konkle, Pat Robertson
13. Hunter Greeley, Sherry Williams, David Craft, Ryan McLaughlin, Jeremy Nicholson, Doris Lindell
14. Elizza Watters, Pam Steincamp
15. Fr. Tom Aleksa, Clarence Anthony, Zeke Yeager
16. Julia Blake, Brooke Weiser, Kathy Sizemore, Kelly McKean, Frank Anthony, Vernon Klinestiver, Sarah McLaughlin, Valerie Sperko, Rachel Cotterman-Blake.
17. Taylor Mineweaser, Jack McIntyre, John Sveda, Betty Marshall, Jack Moore Jr.
18. Jadyn Bynum, Ray Jones, Josh Lewis, David Ludwig
20. Bruce Schwab, Christian Baker, Timothy Snavley, Michelle Jones
21. Lee Spencer, Jane Bee, Ted Nuttall, Lynette McCandrew
22. John Glass, Jason Clickett, Jim Morrison, Jesse Salapek, Darlene Gerus, Dennis Bee III, Henry O. Brown, Pearl Nelson
23. Ron Rafalski, Toby Sidon, Randy Mann
24. Rick Sovich, Leah McGuire, Robert Reese Jr.
25. Joey Sabella, D.J. Holmes, Nancy Coughlin, Rob Genter, Jason Alberth
26. Jessy Bailor, Felicia Come
27. Nancy Staswoiski, Pauline Holmes, Regina Joseph
28. Aaron Davis
29. Lillian Haller, Beth Peate, Dave Bowman, Jay Leonard Jr., Mary Lou Drukenbrod, Jessie Peterson
30. Victoria Sabella, Marsha Houghton, Dixie Haney, John Campisano