Boy Scout Troop 22 will be hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Sat., March 10th, Youngsville Fire Hall from 4:30 7:00 p.m. Basket and Baked Goods Auction will begin at 6:30 p.m. Take outs are available. Cost is by donations. All are welcome.
Books for Head Start
Youngsville Head Start students received the ABC Book by Dr. Seuss.
St. Francis Episcopal Church in Youngsville will once again host a free community dinner from 4:00 to 6:00 on Tues., March 13. All are welcome. Dinner will be Hunters' Delight Stew, salad, and dessert. Take outs available after 5:45. Donations accepted.
Thursday, March 15, at noon the Berea Lutheran Church, Rts. 958 and 6, will host its monthly soup luncheon. The soup will be stuffed pepper soup, with bread, dessert and beverage. Pastor Fischer is cooking. There is no charge at any time, but donations are gladly accepted.
Night of Chance
and Buffet Dinner
Youngsville Instrumental Boosters are holding their annual Night of Chance and Buffet Dinner on March 17 at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Doors open at 6 p.m. with games starting at 6:30 p.m. $10 admissions per person which entitles you to buffet dinner and beverages, entry into 15 prize drawings throughout the night and chance at the grand prize drawing of two tickets to Wine on the Lake, one night hotel stay and $50 toward dinner for two (to be used March 31). Must be 21 years old or older to be admitted. Tickets are pre-sold and available at the door.
The YEMS PTO is holding a fundraiser at the Valley Bowling Center on March 18. The cost per bowler will be $10 which includes three games, shoe rental, snacks, drink and door prizes. They will also be offering pizza for $1 a slice. There are two time slots to bowl. Time slot 1 will be from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and time slot 2 will be 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. They are allowing a maximum of 4 members per team. You can form your own teams, or they can fit you in with others to arrange a team. If you have more than 4 people in your group, please let them know and they will be sure to assign you to side-by-side lanes. Be sure to preregister and prepay by stopping in at the school to fill out a form by Fri., March 9th. There are only openings for 32 bowlers during each time slot, so register early.
Tickets on sale
The Wine Tasting Tickets are now on sale, $10 to those 21 and older, for the April 21 Fine Art and Vino Venue at the Youngsville Fire Hall from 1-6 p.m. First 200 ticket holders will receive goodie bag and commemorative wine glass. Tickets in Youngsville at Youngsville Pharmacy and Allegheny Artistry, Allegheny Cellars Winery in Sheffield, and Warren County Insurance in Warren. Or call 814-563-4475 for tickets.
A basketball event will be held in the YHS auditorium, FOP Lodge #83 vs the Veterans, on April 13, at 6:30 p.m. All proceeds go to the FOP Lodge #83, the Warren County Veterans Council, and John Gertsch Memorial Home Association. They are looking for donations for door prizes, concessions stand items, and monetary donations. The YHS Stage Crew is teaming up with Pennies for Postage to make this happen. You can call Cindy Bost (Pennies for Postage) at 814-563-4206 if interested in donating.
The Revitalization of Youngsville's Promotion Committee welcomes the newest business to Youngsville, Weidner Deli and Genuine Jerky, now open.
and Dr. Seuss
The faculty and staff at Youngsville High School contributed a Dr. Seuss book for each child in Head Start Read Across America Day. All children received their own copy of the ABC book by Dr. Seuss. According to Random House, "This beginner book provides blends of words, pictures, and rhymes that encourage children to read." Each child received his or her own book on the morning of March 2.
Each personalized book had the inscription: "May you find fun and enjoyment in reading today and always." The books were signed: from the Faculty and Staff of Youngsville High School. The Head Start children immediately started hugging their books.
Many of the boys and girls sat right down and started to look through their new book. The excitement mounted when the young ones learned that they could take the books home and keep the books forever. Shelly Teska, one of the Head Start teachers, began reading the ABC book to her students. Between the smiles and the thank yous from the children, the little ones sat mesmerized by the colorful pictures in their very own book. Youngsville High School's faculty and staff helped students understand the importance of reading in a child's life. Spreading goodwill throughout our Youngsville community illustrates just what a Dr. Seuss book can do.