EUMC yard sale
Photo by Anita Cohan
The Youngsville Library is hoping that the public can help identify the members of the YHS 1923 Football Team seen in this photo. This photo, among others, is part of the Charles Engstrom collection which will be on display during the Library’s Open House Wednesday, May 25 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Youngsville Evangelical United Methodist Church, 18 Second Street, will be holding a Yard Sale in the pavilion on Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Rain or shine, come and see what they have for you.
Children's Theater Camp
The Youngsville Children's Theater Camp will be holding a second call for auditions and registration for the 2011 theater camp on May 24 at 4 p.m. in the Free Methodist Church Joy Hall. The camp will be held July 18th through July 22nd with the performance date of July 23 at 2 p.m. They are looking for anyone 6 to 16 years of age to be part of this fun filled adventure into the theater arts. Please contact Barb at 563-4936 or come to the Audition. Cost is $20 per student for the first family member, $15 for the second member.
Library annual meeting
The Annual Board and Friends of the Youngsville Library meeting will take place Wednesday, May 25, at 3 p.m. at the Youngsville Library. The meeting is open to the public.
Library Open House
Youngsville Library Open House on Wednesday, May 25, from 1 to 3 p.m. Friends of the Library will be available for informal Q & A's regarding the countywide eBook and audio book system, examples of compatible devices like the nook, will be available to view, as well as general information regarding the Overdrive system. Youngsville Memorabilia from the Charles Engstrom collection will be made available for viewing. 'Nostalgia Note Cards', gift cards featuring photos found in the Charles Engstrom collection will be available for purchase to help raise money for the library. Members of the public are encouraged to bring any old photos to the Library during this time, if they wouldn't mind allowing us to scan the photos to help preserve local history.
Youngsville Borough offices and services will be closed Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. Monday's garbage pickup will be Tuesday. Tuesday's garbage pickup will be Wednesday.
The Youngsville Wrestling Boosters will be hosting their 3rd Annual Golf Scramble on Sunday, June 12th at Jackson Valley Golf Course beginning at 2 p.m. Cost is $60 per player and includes: golf and cart, dinner and door prize entry. If Interested in forming at team call 563-1606 for more information. Deadline for entry is May 25.
The Missions group of Otterbein United Methodist Church will be hosting the 1st Annual Miles for Missions 5K run and Fun Walk on Saturday, June 4th starting at 10:30 a.m., with registration from 8:30-9:30. The monies from the run will be used this year the help fund a trip to Haiti this September. Registration for the race is $15 for all participants if postmarked before May 23rd, $18 late registration by mail or on day of race. The race will start and end at Otterbein UMC and the course will be relatively flat. T-Shirts will be guaranteed to the first 100 entrants but size can only be guaranteed if the entry form is received by May 23rd. You can get more information by calling the church at 814/563-3333 or Paul Williams at 814/688-0092 or email@example.com
Preschool at Library
Children from the First United Methodist Preschool program visited the Youngsville Library last Wednesday. Ms. Monza's class listened to the library director as they learn about frogfish and other sea creatures.
Streetscape - Phase 1
The bidding for the improvements on Railroad Street in Youngsville is about to begin.
"We hope Phase One will be ready to go to bid by fall. From the many public meetings, it has been established that the community wants Youngsville to be inviting like it used to be. Then, it can once again be a destination spot where families will come to enjoy the downtown," said Nancy Holmberg, R.O.Y. member. On May 9, two community leaders from the Revitalization Of Youngsville Association (ROY) met with the three Warren County Commissioners to discuss what has been done and what is required to complete the first phase of the infrastructure improvements.
Julie Coates of WICU12 News spoke to Youngsville High School students about her career in meteorology. Coates received her Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from Ohio University and took additional training in broadcasting at Ohio Center. She stressed, "We are the predictors, not the producers" of the weather. She talked about her career and how the weather keeps her "on her toes." For a 5 a.m. broadcast, she is in the studio at 1 a.m. In severe weather, her day may be 16 to 18 hours long. Julie described weather as "an actual story." Her broadcasting technique is to be conversational as she builds her story of a seven day forecast. She spoke fondly of Crawford, Warren, and Erie County, mentioning her family ties in the Albion and Erie area. Coates recommended that students who are interested in pursuing this career should have a good background in mathematics, science, and physics. A true weather geek, she actually does her own forecasting and designs all of the graphics. Brandais Buchanan, a senior who wants to major in meteorology and storm chasing, arranged for Coates to speak to her senior English class.
The Care and Share Quilters of Saron Lutheran Church recently sent off 60 handmade quilts to Lutheran World Relief. The group spends each Tuesday from September to May making quilts, sharing fellowship and prayer. This year, they made a total of 70 quilts, some of which are kept back for giving to families who have been burned out or a gifts. The group is made up of Barb Luce, Gerry Olson, Jeanne Johnson, Char Davidson, Kathie Duckett, Nancy Johnson, and Vicki Fischer. The quilts are blessed in
The Revitalization of Youngsville's sidewalk sale was a success. Organization VP, Helga Laibacher said, "Many thanks to those who donated items for the sale and especially to those who made purchases. All items not sold at the sale will be offered during the Youngsville Yard Sale Days on July 21-23." Proceeds go to support the operations and events for the ROY program.