Tidioute Knights of Columbus will hold their annual Free Throw on Wednesday, January 11 at 1 p.m. at the Tidioute Community Charter School.
All boys and girls ages 10 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2012 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship.
The Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is sponsored annually with winners progressing through local, district, and state competition. International champions are announced by the Knights of Columbus international headquarters based on scores from the state level competitions.
All contestants on the local level are recognized for their participation in the event.
Participants must show proof of age and have written parental consent.
For entry forms or additional information please contact Gary Koech at 484-2252 or the Tidioute Community Charter School at 484-3550.
Thursday, Jan. 12 will be Sloppy Joe's, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Jan. 16 Closed (Martin Luther King Day)
Tuesday, Jan. 17, breakfast will be served.
Thursday, Jan. 19 will be soup and sandwiches, pie and beverages.
There will be a board of directors and members meeting of Tidioute Area Health and Dental Center on Tuesday, January 17 at St. John Center at 7 p.m.
This will be their regularly scheduled quarterly meeting.
All members are urged to attend.
Police Chief Steve Vincent reported traveling 70 miles and handled 9 incidents and charges.
The following were elected to hold offices on council. Serving as President is Lee Lindemuth; Vice President is Dave Manning; other members consist of Fran Stoneburg, Cindy Paulmier, John Brown, and Henry Brown.
Pam McLaughlin will serve another year as mayor.
Crystal Heenan is Secretary/Treasurer; Walt Snavley is borough manager.
Serving in other areas are Sandy Martin as tax collector, Todd Fantaskey as sewage enforcement officer, Timothy Bevevino will be the solicitor, Northwest Savings Bank as the depositor and E & M Engineering will serve as the engineer.
All meetings will be held at the Tidioute Towers in the Community Room at 7 p.m. the second Monday of each month.
Tidioute fire department, chief Mark Veasey, would like to thank everyone who helped out with the early Sunday morning fire at Tidioute Towers.
Thank to West Hickory, Garland, Starbrick, Youngsville and Emergycare for their quick response, your help was greatly appreciated.
Thank you to Buccardo's Restaurant for opening up and serving free coffee to everyone.
The residents were taken to Buccardo's prior to going to the firehall.
No injuries were reported and all the residents returned to their apartments by 4:30 a.m.
Those serving Limestone Township include Dan Edmiston as chairman, John Hanisak Jr. as Vice Chairman, Charles Swartz as the third supervisor.
Jacqueline Edmiston will serve once again as secretary/treasurer.
Donna Swartz will serve as assistant secretary. Todd Fantaskey will be the sewer enforcement officer with Jed Birt as alternate.
Tim Bevevino as solicitor, Northwest Engineering of Tidioute as engineer, Keith Klos will serve on the cemetery board, John Hanisak will serve as emergency coordinator and Chuck Swartz will serve as deputy.
Meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the municipal building.
Jim Martin was elected chairman with Richard Brown as secretary/treasurer. Jim Zeigler and William Caputo will serve as supervisors.
Christine Martin is tax collector, Timothy Bevevino as solicitor, Todd Fantaskey as sewer enforcement officer.
Meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. on the first Monday of each month at the township building.
John Barnes was elected as chairman, John Flasher as vice chairman, Sharon Flasher will serve as secretary/treasurer.
Tim Bevevino will be the solicitor and Todd Fantaskey as sewer enforcement officer.
John Hollabaugh was elected chairman, with Albert Hendricks as vice chairman, Rob Burris will be the third supervisor and Sandy Kick will be secretary.
Stapleford and Byham as solicitor, and Todd Fantaskey as sewer enforcement officer.
Girl Scout Cookies
Tidioute Girl Scouts will be out taking orders for their famous cookies.
This year the cookie choices include Savannah Smiles-a lemony delight to celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouting.
There will also be the famous Trefoils, a shortbread cookie. Do-Si-Dos a crisp and crunchy oatmeal cookie with peanut butter filling. Samoas- a vanilla cookie covered with caramel and rolled in toasted coconut and stripped with chocolate. Dulce de Leche with milk caramel chips. Thank U Berry Munch a hearty cookie filled with cranberries and creamy white fudge chips. Tagalongs that are topped creamy peanut butter and covered with a luscious chocolaty coating and of course the most popular Thin Mints that are a thin waver covered with a smooth chocolaty coating and made with natural peppermint.
The Girl Scout Cookie Program has helped make Girl Scouting the premier leadership development experience for girls. This program teaches skills such as financial literacy and responsibility, teamwork and setting goals that allow girls to realize their own personal leadership style
Through the Girl Scout Cookie Program, girls develop five essential skills that are important ingredients in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience like setting goals, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics.
Please be sure to support your local Girl Scouts.
Tidioute Fire Department will be holding their Bingo Game on Saturday, January 14 at the firehall at 1 p.m
This is open to the public.
Parents Of Seniors
There is still time to place a senior recognition ad in the Tidioute Yearbook.
The costs are $75 for half a page, $50 for a quarter page and $30 for an eighth of a page.
You may place a school appropriate picture, clip art and greeting of your choice.
Deadline is January 27, 2012.
Please contact Miss McKean if you have any questions at 484-3550.
Up Coming Events:
11 Free Throw at TCCS 1 p.m.
14 Bingo at Tidioute firehall at 1 p.m.