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Rubber Ducky Race
The manager of Tidioute Towers held a “ Rubber Ducky Race” for her residents last week. Winners were left to right : First place - Nancy Staswoiski, 2nd place - Kay Serafini, 3rd place - Kathy Berlin and 4th place - Anna Heffelfinger.
Thursday, Oct. 6 will be Hot Turkey Sandwiches dessert and beverages.
Monday, Oct. 10 will be Chili and Cornbread, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 will be Beef and Noodles, vegetables, dessert and beverage.
Thursday, Oct. 13 will be Soup and Sandwich, dessert and beverages.
Knights Of Columbus
Members of the Knights of Columbus at St. John Catholic Church will hold their regular general monthly meeting on Thursday, Oct. 6 at St. John Center at 7:30 p.m.
All members are urged to attend and bring another member and a guest with them.
The Sports Raffle money should be turned at this meeting.
Senior Center participants will travel to Ohio to Amish Country on Friday.
Modern worship service
There will be a Modern Worship Service at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church on Saturday at 4 p.m.
This Praise and Worship service will be outdoors, weather permitting, followed by a hay ride.
Community Hay Ride
Tidioute First United Methodist Church will be holding a Community Hay Ride at the Church on Saturday at 5 p.m. following the Modern Worship Service.
There will be hot dogs, soups and desserts, hot and cold beverages, cider and donuts as well.
Bring the whole family and take a Fall Ride through the beautiful Victorian town of Tidioute.
Movies, games, balloons and door prizes for the kids.
This year they are featuring a special easy accessible hay wagon for adults and seniors.
Everyone is welcome.
Allegheny Bible Church will hold a Harvest Service on Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Swedish Union Church.
Please call Pastor Dale Timco if you need directions at 730-3475.
There are few items needed for the up coming Community Hay Ride.
Food items needed include ketchup, mustard, relish, refreshments such as cupcakes, brownies, cookies, chili or soup.
If you are willing to donate any of these items please contact Danielle Barton at 484-3690 prior to Saturday.
This hay ride is for the entire community and neighbors, everyone is welcome.
The 17th Annual CROP Walk that is hosted by Tidioute First United Church will be held on Sunday, October 9 at 2 p.m.
Those who are walking are asked to be at the church by 1 p.m. to register and the Walk begins at 2 p.m. at the church and will return to the church after the walk.
Sign up sheets are at local churches or you can call Mary Huntington.
Tidioute has raised a total of $9,731.70 and would like to reach the $10,000 mark after this walk and your support is greatly needed.
Twenty-five percent of the funds raised will stay in Tidioute and be give to the Holiday Food Basket Committee.
The 15th Annual George Jones Memorial Walleye Team Tournament was held on Saturday, Oct. 1.
There were 17 teams and only ten teams weighed in any fish.
A total of 18 fish were weighed in and a total weight of 43.64 pounds was tallied.
In First Place was Brad Nuttall of Tidioute and Jeremy Jamieson of Clarksville with five fish and a total weight of 14.40 pounds.
Second Place winners were Wade Adams of Tidioute and Jeff Blum of Tionesta with four fish and a total weight of 10.11 pounds.
Third Place winners were Justin Drukenbrod of Tidioute and Rob Genter of Tidioute with three fish and total weight of 5.48 pounds.
Lunker Award was won by the team of Wade Adams and Jeff Blum with a Walleye weighing a total of 4.35 pounds.
Door prizes were won by Kirk Schwab who won a fishing pole, Jen Nuttall won the 50/50 drawing. Kelsey Nuttall picked the winners.
Next year the tournament will be held on Saturday, October 6.
Chairpersons Terry Cotterman and Wade Adams would like to thank the sponsors that included Landmark Hotel, Hickory Creek Archery, Flying W Ranch, Tidioute Trading Post, and West Hickory Beverage.
Thank you to those helping with the tournament were Deb Genter, Reta Adams, Connie Cotterman and Maureen Schwab.
Also a thank you to the George Jones Family for all the refreshment and their continued support.
John Motzer sponsored a plaque with all the names of the past winners since 1997 and it will be on display at the Landmark Hotel.
There is a great need of repairs on the Baldwin Gazebo located behind the Tidioute Towers at the end of King Street.
The roof is in bad shape, spindles replaced, and the whole thing needs painted.
Tidioute Borough is looking for any individuals or organization that would like to repair this gazebo and preserve its beauty.
If anyone is in need of some community service hours this would be a good opportunity for you to get those hours or perhaps a member of the boy scouts would like to restore the Gazebo as a scout project.
Anyone that is interested in taking on this project or would like more information they can contact the borough office at 484-7424.
Garbage pick up
Residents are being reminded once again that the weigh of the trash bags on Thursday should only be 35 pounds each. Any heavier then this will be left at the curb.
These bags have to be picked up at least three feet to the back of the truck and this is hard the helper as this is an all day job and lifting these bags is part of their job.
Breast Cancer T-Shirts
Tidioute Community Charter School is once again selling Bulldogs against Breast Cancer T-Shirts.
All orders are prepaid and the order forms are at Polly's ShurSave Market and Buccardo's Restaurant. Fill out your order form and include the amount due and drop it off at Tidioute Community Charter School before Friday, Oct. 7.
Orders will be sent in the morning of Oct. 7.
If you purchase this year's T-Shirt and wear it Oct. 13, Senior Night "PINK OUT" Volleyball game against Erie First Christian your admission will be Free.
All proceeds from the T-Shirts benefit breast cancer research.
If you have any questions please contact the Tidioute Community Charter School.
Tidioute Community Charter School cookbooks are on sale at Tidioute Community Charter School office and Buccardo's Restaurant.
This cookbook is called "Bulldog Bites" and is full of all kinds of delicious and hearty recipes.
The cookbooks will make great gifts for the upcoming holidays or anytime.
Cost of each cookbook is $10 and all proceeds benefit the Student Activities Programs at Tidioute Community Charter School.
For more information or questions about the cookbooks or the Activities programs or even how you could become involved please call the TCCS office at 484-3550.
Auction at Grange
Members of the Watson Grange will be at the Pomona Grange building at the Warren County Fair Grounds on Saturday, Oct. 8 for a 1 p.m. Auction.
Members of the Ladies Guild of ST John Church will meet on Tuesday, October 11 at 7 p.m. at ST John Center for their regular monthly meeting.
Rubber Ducky Race
The manager of Tidioute Towers held a Rubber Ducky Race for her residents last week.
Several residents participated by dropping their duck from a nearby bridge and cheered them on to the finish line.
Everyone was treated to a luncheon when the race was over.
First Place winner was Nancy Staswoiski, Second Place winner was Kay Serafini, Third Place winner was Kathy Berlin and in Fourth Place Anna Heffelfinger.
Up Coming Events:
7 Amish Trip for Senior Center
8 Modern Worship at Methodist Church 4 p.m.
Hay Rides at Methodist Church 5 p.m till ??
9 Harvest Services at Swede Church at 11 a.m.
CROP Walk at 2 p.m.
10 Tidioute Borough Council at 7 p.m.
11 ST John Ladies Guild 7 p.m.
12 SALT Squad 7 p.m. Allegheny Bible Church