Winter break for YEMS runs from Friday, December 23, 2011 and they return to school on Tuesday, January 3, 2012.
Youngsville Jr. High / JV Open Wrestling Tournament, Tuesday, December 27 at Youngsville High School. Entry Fee is $150.00 per team (Jr. High or JV), $250.00 for both teams for one school (Jr. High and JV).For more information and for team registration, phone Coach Scott Ishman at 814-563-1606
The 10th annual 2012 Youngsville Wrestling Novice Tournament will be held on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012 at Youngsville High School and is limited to the first 225 entries.
Ages eligible are up to 12 years old on the day of the tournament (Novice wrestlers only) and the fee is $17. Preregistration must be mailed by Tue., Jan. 3, 2012 ($20 walk-ins). Club responsible for paying called in roster's whether wrestler shows or not, no refunds for any reason. One of the nicest novice trophies around. For more information and for registration, phone Coach Scott Ishman at 814/563-1606.
There will be a basketball clinic for any Youngsville area first or second grader who would like to learn the fundamentals and skills of basketball. This clinic will begin in February and the cost is $10 per child. Boys and girls can register for this clinic. Registration is open until Jan. 13, 2012. For a registration form or for more information, please email email@example.com or call 814-688-6152. Coaches are also needed for this age level. Please inquire if interested.
Congratulations to Mary Sullivan of Youngsville. She is the winner of the ROY $25 gift card, donated by Applebee's Restaurant in Warren. Thank you to everyone who came into the ROY store / Allegheny Artistry to sign up for it.
Borough Offices and Services will be closed on Mon., Jan. 2, 2012 for New Years. Garbage pickup for Monday will be on Tuesday and Tuesday pick up will be on Wednesday. There will be no recycling in December. The next recycle day will be Jan. 25, 2012.
Tree Pick Up
Youngsville Borough will pick up Christmas trees on Wednesday's for three weeks starting Jan. 4. Pickup days will be Jan. 4, 11 and 18. Have your trees at the curb by 7 a.m. on those days.
"There continues to be a great out-pouring of support for our Library Angel Tree this year," stated Library Director Kristy Wallace. "What makes this type of fundraiser a bit more unique is that the donor has a variety of options when deciding what ornament they want to sponsor. Both the denominations and items listed on each ornament vary, so a person can choose how much they wish to donate and what they would like to see the donation go toward. So far our most popular donations are going toward our general operating expenses, circulation materials like our subscriptions to the Times Observer and USA Today, and office supply items like stamps.
Another trend for this year is the number of people who are sponsoring an Angel on behalf of someone else as either an In Honor Of or in memoriam donation," Wallace said. "For those who do choose to donate on someone else's behalf, we offer both acknowledgement and thank you cards to mark the occasion. But really the bottom line is that we are very appreciative of all of our Library Angels and we can't thank them enough for helping to keep this wonderful library open." Now through Wednesday, Jan. 4, the Angel Tree fundraiser will remain on display and ornaments are still available for sponsorship. The Library will be open regular business hours next week: Jan. 2 and 3 from noon-7:30 pm, Jan. 4 10-5 pm, and Friday, Noon-4 p.m.
A special thank you to our most recent Library Angels: Book: Shelby Proctor; Electric Bill: In Honor Of Ellie Dunn by Elise Dunn; Gas Bill: Carol Danielson; In Honor Of Bonnie Anderson by Jessica Christensen; General Operating donations: Pam Ward; Sheri Kowalski, Rose & John McCanna; In Honor Of Ernie & Alice McGraw by Marilyn Johnson; In Memory Of Jim & Laura Thompson and In Memory Of Norm & Neva Hogenboom by Doug & Celia Thompson; Energy
Light Bulbs: Evelyn Ann Stufflebeam; Mary Sullivan; Magazine: Zock Family; Toward Newspaper Bills: In Honor Of Ernie & Alice McGraw by Marilyn Johnson; In Honor Of Ellie Dunn by Erin Dunn; In Honor Of Keith & Joanne Oviatt by Brian & Nan Oviatt; Office Supplies: Evelyn Ann Stufflebeam; Fax Paper: Evelyn Ann Stufflebeam; Copier Paper: Martha
Shannon; Phone Bill: Carol Danielson; Stamps: Evelyn Ann Stufflebeam; Diane Shannon; & In Honor Of Ellie Dunn by Alex Dunn.
To become a Library Angel just stop by the Youngsville Library during business hours or you can mail a general Library Angel Donation to: Youngsville Public Library c/o Library Angel Program, 100 Broad Street, Youngsville, PA 16371. Be sure to include the name you would like to be placed on the Angel (and if it is in memoriam).
Joy Full Cafe
The community is invited to enjoy a Free Meal at the Youngsville Free Methodist Joy Full Caf every Wednesday evening between 5:30 7:00 PM. Chef Cline and his staff change the menu every week but the food is always tasty. Come enjoy a meal and visit with community memberswe would love to see you! After the meal, the Wednesday night Children's Program (20/20) starts at 6:00 PM and is an hour long. These classes are for children 3 years old and up to and including Grade 6. The "FUEL" Youth program for Grades 7 12 begins at 6:30 and runs until 8:30. Please join with us for some great Food, Fun and Fellowship.
Sled riding party
Community Sled Riding Party on the Pool Hill, Sun., Jan. 8th from 1-4 p.m. Free hot dogs and hot chocolate. Lots of door prizes. Come and have some fun on the "Hill"! Sponsored by the Youngsville Rec. Commission. Makeup date is scheduled for Jan 15th, same time.