By LINDA SCOTT
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Students from Tidioute Community Charter School planted flowers in the planter at the intersection of Main St. and Buckingham St. Students were advised by Delores Timco and their teachers at TCCS.
Members of the Watson Grange will meet on Thursday, May 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Craft Night will be held on Tuesday, May 31 at 6:30 p.m at Alice Weaver's home.
An open house will be observed at the Grange Hall on Thursday, June 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Also on June 9 there will be presentations of years of membership awards as well as a community service award.
Senior Center Menu
Thursday, May 26: bacon cheeseburger, fries, and dessert.
Monday, May 30: Closed for Memorial Day.
Tuesday, May 31: breakfast of omelet, bacon, sausage, potatoes, muffin and juice.
Thursday, June 2: bacon cheeseburger, soup and dessert.
Wheels and Deals
The Annual Wheels and Deals Car Show in Tidioute will be held on Saturday, May 28 at the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament grounds.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
There are 12 classes and there is a trophy for first, second and third place in each class. Also there is a trophy and $40 for the Best of Show winner.
Stop and look at the various vehicles and the great shape they are in. This is open to the public even if you do not enter a vehicle. For more information, call chairperson, Bob Williams at 730-7155.
Townwide yard sales and garage sales will be open on Saturday, May 28.
Some will be open on Friday as well.
This is a townwide event and anyone who wishes to sell a few things should get them ready for the big event on Saturday.
A list of the sale locations will be published and distributed throughout the community.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members will be hosting a Turkey Party at the Tidioute firehall on Sunday, May 29 with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the games begin at 7:30 p.m.
Door prizes from local merchants will be drawn throughout the evening, beverages and chips and pretzels will be provided and food will be available from the kitchen for a small fee.
Students from Tidioute Community Charter School along with members of the teaching staff accomplished lots of work throughout the borough on Friday as part of the Conservation Day observation.
Students were assisted by Delores Timco with the planting of the planters and sprucing up Picture Show Park, Benner Park, and Kinnear Park.
Students and teachers painted the cross walks.
There will be a 50/50 raffle drawing held on Saturday, May 28 at the Wheels and Deals Car Show that will be held on Fishing Tournament grounds.
Tickets are $1 each and you need not be present to win.
Afghan and Quilt Show
The Afghan and Quilt Donation show will be held on Saturday, May 28 during the Wheels and Deals Car Show located on tournament grounds, 90 Main St.
Afghans and quilts will be judged as first, second and third place and there will be a Best of Show. All the donated pieces are distributed to Warren General Hospital, American Red Cross and the RSVP.
Sizes should be 36 inches by 40 inches, 40 inches by 46 inches, and 48 inches by 70 inches; made of washable material and with child-friendly colors.
Measure your items and pin the size on a corner of the item.
There is no charge for showing and donating, if you want your item judged and not donated there will be a fee of $2.
Items must be entered between 9 and 11:30 a.m. at which time the judging will take place.
If your item is not to be donated it can be picked up approximately 1 p.m.
For more information, call Marty Bennett at 484-7372.
Memorial Day Parade
Once again, VFW Post 8803 will lead the parade from the VFW Post, traveling along Main St., and traveling to Tidioute Cemetery where the guest speaker will give the address, then they will have the roll call, placing of the wreath and Flanders Field will be recited by a member of the military.
Following the services at the cemetery a gathering will take place at the Post home.
The annual golf tournament for the VFW will be held on Saturday, June 4.
Sign-ups can be done at the VFW Post 8803, you must be a member of the VFW or Servicemen's Home Corporation to sign up.
You may sign a maximum of eight people if you are a member of a team, or four people if you are not golfing.
The cost for the tournament will be $35 per person, which is non-refundable.
Flags Are Up
Members of the VFW Post 8803 were busy last week putting up new flags on the light poles along Main Street and Buckingham Street.
Be sure to fly your flag on Memorial Day and perhaps you could also thank a veteran for serving his/her country so that we could be free.
Deerfield Township clean up day will be on Saturday, June 4 from 8 a.m. till noon.
Shingles, hazardous materials, paint cans and tires will not be accepted.
Cost will be $5 per car load and $10 per pickup or trailer load.
Memorial Day is near and the Tidioute VFW Post 8803 and the Ladies Auxiliary have started their Buddy Poppy campaign.
This is a special day that we remember and honor those who gave the supreme sacrifice.
The Buddy Poppy started in the 1920s when it became the flower of remembrance.
Wear the Buddy Poppy proudly, especially on Memorial Day and remember those who scarified so that we could be safe and free.
All proceeds from donations goes to the needy veterans, family and our many veterans programs.
Darling's Tidioute Pharmacy has planned a grand opening for Friday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 11:30 a.m. followed by lunch from 11:30 to 12:30 of hot dogs.
Register to win a free gift.
Tote bags filled with goodies will be distributed while supplies last.
Darling's is located at 115 Main St.
1. Chris McCaulley, Landmark Hotel, June Brown, Sonya Anderson, Kelly Miller.
2. Amanda Anderson, Emilie Rehe
3. Sonya Anthony, Maritza Shoemaker, Bobby Ziegler, Christine Sonney, Helen Williams, Danielle Edmiston, Jim Greeley, Abbey Schwab.
4. Logan Sabella, Clyde Fry, Marianna Dygan, Michael Haney, Linda Lutz
5. Lauryn Harshaw, Eva Bartle, Lorraine Jones, Carmen Fedele Sr, Debbie Moore, Brian Reasbeck, Tom Benner, Tracy Vincent.
6. Joe Miller, Peg Fedele, Mary Rehe, Cathy Sahli, Ethel McLaughlin.
7. Paul Haller.
8. Katelyn Ziegler, Annis Ziegler
9. Bob Spencer, Norene Elizabeth Brown
10. Nancy Burris, Katie Morris, Dick Morrison, Benjamin Rapp, Martha Frisina
11. Ruth Grubbs, Jason Wyman, Bailey Klinestiver, Bill Johnson, Bob Schwab, Chris Roofner Sr.
12. Dan Morris, Todd Martin, Virginia Nelson, Jim Huntington
13. Ed Fike, John Motzer, Jessica Burris-Lindsay.
14. Alton Jones, Matthew Martin, Bill Johnson
15. Jim Bees, Karen Arnold, Valerie McGregor
16. Kayla Simons, Jessica Bee, Ruth McDonald, Zachary Weilacher,
17. Kim Greeley
18. JoAnn Ringel-Brenerman, Jamie Shanley,
19. Gracie Anthony, Johnelle Fulkman, R. Scott McGraw, Ardelle Shanley, Krista Campbell, Misty Martin-Moore
20. Jerod Veasey, Kristen McManigle-Smith, Timmy Gerus, Nathan Brown, Johnathan Brown, Jessica Toomy
21. Suzanne Higgins, Beth Sabella, Charlie Bailor, Sherry King, Dorothy Carnahan
22. Mitchell Kist, Sandy Palmer
23. Nicole Greeley, Christopher Peterson
24. Zachary Fulkman, Noah Schwab, Hayley Moore, Bob Reed, Ross Fike,
25. Jennifer Kane, Dave Myers, Matthew Craft
26. Beth Nicholson, Pat Heenan, Christopher Schwab,
27. Judy Fitch, Amber Bupp, Bonnie Dygan, Mary Jane Henry
28. Amy Dygan, Don McLaughlin, Ed Kernick, Michelle Johnson, Bethany Hart, Christopher Frederick
29. Kiersten Schwab, Tom Sabella, Marsha Brown, Eli Rebich
30. Jeff Richards, Joanne Manning-Gourley
26 Watson Grange 7:30 p.m.
28 Yard Sales
Wheels and Deals Car Show
Afghan/Quilt Donation Show
29 Ham and Turkey Party at firehall
30 Memorial Day Parade