Pancake Supper Success
The recent Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church was a success. There were over 55 people who attended.
Committee members would like to thank everyone who attended and supported this event in any way.
Photo by Linda Scott
Tidioute Towers Bowling League
Bowling league members were, seated, left to right, Faith Francis, Anna Heffelfinger,Lucy Sanstag. Second row, Evelyn Tweedie, Nancy Staswoiski, Diane Cordner, Sheila McGraw, Ruth McFadden, Sue Rondinelli. Back row, Butch Romig, Bill McFadden, Pete Loncaric, Kate Proper, Arlene Clinger, Betty Johnson, Kathy Berlin. Not pictured are Ann Scott and Pearl McCray.
Beach Ball Blast
In an attempt to usher in spring sunshine and thoughts of summer heat, the Presbyterian Church is preparing for a Beach Ball Blast.
The menu will consist of a foot-long hot dog, baked beans, chips, drink and dessert for $5.
So bring a friend and join the members of the Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 26, from 4 to 7 p.m.
Money raised will be used for church restoration projects.
The "Give to Get" notice on the posters around town has been canceled.
Senior Center Menu
Thursday, March 17 will be ham and scalloped potatoes.
Monday, March 21 will be bacon cheeseburgers, potatoes, relish tray, and dessert.
Tuesday, March 22 will be cook's choice.
Thursday, March 24 will be fish, potatoes, soup, and dessert.
Tidioute Community Charter School will have its skating party at "The Rink" in Titusville on Thursday, March 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
There will be bus providing transportation, thanks to the VFW Post 8803.
Tidioute Lenten lunches will begin on Wednesday, March 30, at St. John Church at 11:30 a.m.
Followed by United Methodist Church on Wednesday, April 6, at 11:30 a.m. and the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, April 13, at 11:30 a.m.
Ball Caps Needed
Tidioute Lions Club is still collecting baseball caps to send to Central America for the children so they can keep the sun out of their eyes.
This is an on-going project for the Lions Club and your help is needed.
Consider donating at lease one or two pairs of sunglasses.
For more information, contact Carmen Fedele at 484-7758.
Easter Egg Hunt
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members, led by Michelle Buccardo, will be holding their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 23, at 10 a.m. in Tippy Ball Field, weather permitting.
In the event of bad weather, the hunt will be moved indoors, place to be announced.
A six-foot Easter Stocking filled with all sorts of games is being raffled off by members of the Pennsylvania State Championship Tournament committee members for $1 each ticket.
Tickets are also available at Buccardo's Restaurant and the stocking can be seen at Polly's ShurSave Market.
Winner need not be present to win. Drawing will be Saturday, April 23, at the Easter Egg Hunt.
Residents at Tidioute Towers held a Wii bowling league and have finished up for the season with a banquet on Wednesday evening.
All bowlers were given a small trophy and a certificate of participation from the league coordinator Betty Johnson.
The participants all stated they had a wonderful time playing and it helped to pass the time away during the winter months.
They are now gearing up for the baseball season.
There were 18 participants: Faith Francis, Anna Heffelfinger, Lucy Sanstam, Evelyn Tweedie, Nancy Staswoiski, Diane Cordner, Sheila McGraw, Ruth McFadden, Sue Rondinelli, Butch Romig, Bill McFadden, Pete loncaric, Kate Proper, Arlene Clinger, Betty Johnson, Kathy Berlin, Ann Scott and Pearl McCray.
This was the first Chili Cook-off for Hotel Tidioute.
There were 14 participants and each was judged on aroma, consistency, color, taste, and aftertaste. In first place was Denny Nicholson, second place was Chuck Watters and People's Choice was Sonya Shields.
Judges for the event were Brian Parish, Dave Miller and Jason Snavley.
Tidioute Fair will be on Saturday, March 26, from 7 a.m. to noon at the Tidioute Firehall.
This is a twelve-hour fasting blood screening and you will need an appointment for the blood screening.
Call Marty Bennett at 484-7372 for an appointment.
Other tests will be preformed for free and several information and interactive displays will be there.
A light breakfast will be provided after the blood work is complete.
Members of council met at Tidioute Towers and welcomed Delores Timco to the meeting, who discussed the Warren County Main Street Program.
Next month future plans will be presented to council and anyone with ideas can direct them to Timco at 484-3088. There is still money available the Main Street and Buckingham Street sections. If you are interested in fixing up your business, contact Timco.
Timco also approached council concerning the flowers for the planters through the business district.
The Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry directory for 2011 is available. Kathleen Reitinger would like your ideas for the next directory. You can contact her at 814-230-7035.
Police Chief Vincent reported traveling 644 miles and had 11 charges this past month.
Borough Manager Walt Snavley reported on the PCC planning on coming and checking on Benner and Kinnear Parks.
There will be workshop for retention of volunteers for the fire department on April 2.
The stormwater management ordinance is a done deal.
Fran Stoneburg reported on the recreation committee that 18 signed up for baseball. There is enough for a T-ball team, Steve Morrison would like more to sign up so they can have other teams this year. Anyone who would like to play can still contact Morrison.
May 14 has been set for the Spring Clean Up Day from 8 a.m. till noon. Remember no batteries, tires or paint. A fee of $5 per car load and $10 per truck load.
SWCMA is still looking for someone to fill the vacancy as a result of a recent resignation of one of the members.
The only requirement is that you are a property owner and pay a water bill each month.
Anyone interested in this volunteer position may contact the borough office. Meetings are the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Tidioute Towers in the community room.
The National Honor Society at Tidioute Community Charter School will hold its Spaghetti Supper on Thursday, March 24.
For more information, contact the school at 484-3550.