Senior Center Menu
Thursday, January 26 will be hot dogs, baked beans, potatoes and dessert.
Monday, January 30 will be Shepard Pie, dessert and beverages.
Free Throw winners
Winners in the recent Free Throw contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus at Tidioute Community Charter School are in no particular order: Girls age 10 was Nakiesha Krouse, age 11 was Angel Flanigan, age 12 was Lakin Krouse, age 13 was Netti Durstine and age 14 was Sierra hall. Winners in the Boys Division were as flollows: age 10 Noah Burke, age 11 was Ryan Williams, age 12 was Rickey McAfoose, age 13 was Mike Ziegler and age 14 was Brian Bonner. Each of these winners will compete in the district competition on Feb. 29 at the Warren County YMCA.
Tidioute Dental Center staff
Members of the staff of Tidioute Dental Center are seated left to right: Christine Stover, receptionist; Jolene Freeborough, dental assistant; Nancy Jolls, dental hygenist; and Amy Berkhouse, dental assistant. Standing in back same order are Dr. Rockwell, DMD and Dr. Lundquist, DDS.
Lights coming down
Tidioute Volunteer Fire Department members Mark Veasey, Jack Fulkman, Chris Morgan, Corey Nicholson and Deb Genter were busy helping Dan Salm, member of the Holiday Lighting Committee, take down the Christmas lights that were strung across Main Street and Buckingham Street.
Tuesday, January 31 will be Goulash, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, February, 2 will be Chicken Tender Sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Please call the center at 484-3020 to sign up for lunch and the bus.
Also, Income Tax Services is now available for a limited time. Please call 484-3020 for available times and dates.
Remember that when school is cancelled due to the weather, there is no center or home delivered meals that day. Cancellations are on all the local TV and radio stations.
After the success of their first Pancake Supper last year the First Presbyterian Church invites the community to their Second Annual "Flap Jack" Stack-em Nite on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Social Hall of the church.
Cost is $6 and includes pancakes, sausages, applesauce, dessert, juice and a beverage.
Take outs will be available, just call 484-3513 to order.
Proceeds will benefit the church building and restoration.
What goes up, must come down. Working in 20 degree temperatures, members of the Tidioute Area Volunteer Fire Department took down the Christmas Lights on Sunday, Jan. 22, that lined the streets of Tidioute.
A complete different temperature then that in November when the lights were put up.
Firefighters who braved the elements and helped out on Sunday included Chief-Mark Veasey, Assistant Chief-Jack Fulkman, Chris Morgan, Corey Nicholson and Deb Genter. Dan Salm of the Holiday Lighting Committee also was on hand to help take down the lights.
The regular monthly meeting for the Fire Department will be held on Tuesday, January 31 at the new time of 6:30 p.m. Please watch for information on a computer to be raffled off in the very near future.
Bingo players needed
Bingo in Tidioute is going to give it one more try, due to low attendance at bingo, chairperson Helen Williams will try again to hold bingo on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m.
If the attendance does not improve then Bingo for Tidioute Fire Department will be suspended.
The next auxiliary meeting will be on Monday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m.
Anyone wishing to join is welcome to attend the meetings.
Plans for a kids dance at the firehall are underway for Friday, March 23.
Watch to more details.
There is still time to purchase those famous Girl Scout cookies from your favorite Girl Scout.
Each box is $4 and there are several choice to chose from.
In the event that no one stops to ask if you want to order any cookies, you can contact scout leader Lena Rison at 484-3811 and place an order.
Tidioute Health Fair
It is that time of year when plans begin for the Annual Health Fair.
This year it will be held on Saturday, March 31 at the Tidioute Fire Hall beginning at 7 a.m. and run till 12 noon.
Anyone wishing to have the blood work done should contact Marty Bennett at 484-7372 to set up an appointment. This requires you to fast for 12 hours prior to the blood tests.
A light breakfast will be offered for a donation.
Comprehensive blood work will be $40 per person and test results will be sent to the doctor of your choice. For an additional fee of $17 men can have the PSA test done.
Some of the testing will include Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides. Kidney Disease test like Blood Urea Nitrogen, Creaqtinine, BUN/Creatinine Ratio. Diabetes: Glucose (Blood Sugar), Thyroid Function: TSH. Anemia: Red blood indices (MVC, MCH, MCHC, RDW, Serum Iron, Hemoglobin, Hematocrit, Red Blood Cell count. Liver Disease: Albumin, albumin/Globin ration, Total Bilirubin, Total Protein, Alkaline Phosphates.
For those who just want to participate in some of the free tests, please feel free to stop by the firehall and have the free tests done.
Some of the free testing will include bone density screenings, fall and balance assessments, hearing, blood pressure, height, weight, doppler screening, eye screening, and BMI, just to name a few.
Tidioute Dental Center and Medical Center have now been open for one year.
Staff members would like to invite you to stop in and say hello and take a look at what they have to offer.
The Dental Office offers hours for Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and some Saturdays.
The staff includes two dentists: Dr. Rockwell, DMD and Dr. Lundquist DDS. Christine Stover is the receptionist, Nancy Jolls-Dental Hygenist, Jolene Freeborough-Dental assistant, and Amy Berkhous-Dental assistant.
Those wishing to schedule an appointment can do so by calling 484-3096.
Please welcome the full staff to our community.
Tidioute First United Methodist Church will hold their annual Super Bowl soup sales on Sunday, Feb. 5 from noon until the soup is gone.
Cost is $3 for a 16-ounce container, $4 for a 20-ounce container and $4.50 to eat in at the church. Eating in will include soup, dessert and beverage.
Soups consisting of but not limited to will be Cream of Broccoli, Chicken and Rice, Chili, and Chicken Noodle.
1. Kent Heenan, Melinda Beck, Shirley Hunter, Guy McLaughin
2. Lacy Wolford
4. Thelma Farmerie, Dot Kording
5. Angie Dunn, Brian Spencer
6. Stephanie Nicholson, Janet Anderson, Sonny Tranquilli
7. JoAnn Bupp, Lauren Palmer, Kristen McGraw, Damian Fedele
8. Karen Konkle, Judy Marlett, John McCauley, Todd McLaughlin, Kirk Schwab
9. Sharey Sveda, Erin Benner, Bub Fedele, Andy Spencer, Peggy Kelly
10. Kathy Davis
11. Sue Sveda, Billy Caputo, Monica Morgan
12. Ann Scott, Nina Gionti, Tom Ressler, Linny Bailor, Jack Nicholson, Sheila McGraw, Buddy Klos
13. David Jones Jr., Ryan Myers, Jeff Barton.
14. Karin Downey, Meg Froman, Linda Shields, Savanna Daelhousen, Nikolas Bajorek,
15. Cindy Lindemuth, Crystal York, Donna Williams
16. Jerod Palmer, Cindy Reasbeck, Rosie Kostkas, Patty Pascarella
17. Tom Jamieson
18. Joe Wilcox Jr., Scott Cyphert, Barbara Carter
19. Donna Childs
20. Cody Fike, Tyler Morris, Kris Greeley, Keith Greeley
21. Jane McManigle, Rick Lester, Joe Kelly
22. April Wike, Max Anderson, Dennis Nicholson
23. Andrew R. Heenan Jr., Dawn Morris
24. Erin McManingle
25. Timmy Craft, Sherry Brown, Sue Shoemaker
27. Monica Wolford, Jill Craft, Adam Meneo
28. Brandon Sveda, Amy Yeager
Up Coming Events:
31 Fire Department meeting at 6:30 p.m. firehall
Feb 4 Pancake Supper at Presbyterian Church 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.