Senior Center Menu
Thursday, March 29 will be chicken noodle soup and sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Monday, April 2 will be Spanish Rice, vegetables, dessert and beverages.
Tidioute Lions Club was honored with a visit by District 14-F Gov. Jim Day. His key points stressed that Lions Club members were families and should treat each other with the same respect.
Tuesday, April 3 will be the Easter dinner, call 484-3020 for details and to sign up.
Thursday, April 5 will be chicken tender subs, pasta salad, dessert and beverages.
Be sure to call 484-3020 to sign up for lunches and to ride the TWAC bus.
St. John Church will hold Palm Sunday Mass at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31 and at 11 a.m. on Sunday, April 1.
Seder Meal Passover Celebration Dinner will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 4.
Easter Sunday services will be at 11 a.m. on Sunday, April 8.
St. Anthony Church services for Palm Sunday will be at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31 and at 9 a.m. Sunday, April1.
Holy Thursday there will be a 7 p.m. Mass of the Lord's Last Supper, Thursday, April 5.
Note that the Mass times have changed back to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday at St. John, and at 6:30 p.m. at St. Anthony's.
Good Friday services will be at 3 p.m.
Holy Saturday will be Saturday, April 7 with an 8:30 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass.
Easter Sunday there will be a 9 a.m. Mass.
Community Sunrise Services will be held on Sunday, April 8 at 7 a.m. at the Tidioute First United Methodist Church.
All are invited to this service.
A light breakfast and coffee will be served following the services.
Feel free to bring items to share such as donuts and pastries. Simple breakfast items.
Lions Club Update
Tidioute Lions Club has issued a report on their recycling efforts.
There was 35.54 ton of cardboard, 13.95 ton of newsprint, 2.27 ton of number one plastic, 3.02 ton of number 2 plastic, 1.74 ton of aluminum, 5.84 ton of steel, 2.61 ton of green glass, 6.72 ton of clear glass and 27.35 ton of brown glass.
Bringing the total to 99.04 ton or 198,080 pounds of recycled material.
Also at their regular monthly dinner meeting that was held at the Presbyterian Church, they were blessed with the attendance of District Gov. Jim Day of District 14-F.
His key points stressed that Lions Club members were families and should treat each other with the same respect. In addition, a Lions mission is to serve the needs of local communities all over the world.
The District Governor is a retired school teacher, having taught over 32 years. This was the his second visit to the Tidioute Lions Club in twelve months.
Bingo at Buccardo's
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members will be holding bingo at Buccardo's on Sunday, April 1.
Doors will open at 2 p.m. and games will begin at 3 p.m.
This is open to the public and anyone can play. Those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Last chance to make an appointment for the Tidioute Fair that will be held on Saturday, March 31 at the Tidioute Firehall from 7 a.m. till noon.
Several tests will be conducted for the fee of $40 per person and this will include a light breakfast. Tests will include the comprehensive blood test for heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, thyroid function, anemia, and liver disease.
Men have the option of a prostate cancer testing for an additional $17.
This year an A1C test has been added for an additional fee of $10.
Appointments can be made by calling Marty Bennett at 484-7372.
Lots of free tests will be offered such as Body Mass Index, body fat analysis, bone density, blood pressure, height and weight, vision screenings, massage sessions, Reiki demo, diabetic foot evaluations and many more.
Several organizations and businesses will be on have to discuss their line of business and purpose.
This Health Fair is sponsored by Warren General Hospital in cooperation with Tidioute Volunteer Fire Department.
Warren County Humane Society will be at the Tidioute Health Fair on Saturday, March 31 selling dog licenses.
If you are requesting a lifetime license make sure you bring the certificate of spaying or neutering with you.
The Tidioute Office of Northwest Savings Bank will observe Community Banking Week from Monday, April 2 to Friday, April 6 with a full week of activities in its lobby.
"We observe Community Banking Week every year", said Pam Bova, manager of the local bank. "It gives us a chance to say thank you to our customers and our hometown communities. This year, the theme for the week is, "This is My Bank". We think that the Pennsylvania Community Bankers, the industry group that sets our theme each year, has again chosen a winning theme. We invite all our friends from the Tidioute area to visit us at 5 Buckingham St."
Throughout the week, all visitors can enter a drawing for prizes. The drawing is open to the public and there is no obligation to enter. There will be a poster contest at Tidioute Community Charter School.
Bova noted there will be daily events at the bank each day as well.
On Monday, the Tidioute office will be having a '50s party and be serving hot dogs, hamburgers and root beer for lunch. On Tuesday, April 5, the bank will have free blood pressure screening by the Red Cross. Wednesday, April 4 will Bank History Day. Thursday, April 7 will be a Fun Day. Community Banking Week will end on Friday, April 8 with a American Cancer Society benefit Bake Sale. The bake sale will be run by two-time cancer survivor and retired Northwest employee Judy Klinestiver.
"This is one of the ways our bank thanks our community and the people who make it up," said Bova. "We recognize and honor our community and invite everyone to stop by during Community Banking Week so we can visit with them and thank them personally."
Tidioute Lions Club has brooms for sale and will be set up at the Tidioute Health Fair.
Brooms range in price from $7 to $10.
If you are not planning to attend the Health Fair you can contact Carmen Fedele at 484-7758 to purchase a broom.
Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament committee members thank all those who donated items for the dinner and the Chinese Auction and to those who came out and supported the Spaghetti Dinner that was held for the Alex Werick family to raise fund for funeral expenses.
This was a very successful event and all proceeds were paid directly to the funeral home.
Easter Stocking Raffle
There are plenty of raffle ticket on the six-foot Easter Stocking filled with games and candy.
Tickets are $1 each and are on sale at Polly's ShurSave Market.
Drawing will be held on Saturday, April 7 during the Easter Egg Hunt.
Winner need not be present to win.
Easter Egg Hunt
The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 7 at 10 a.m. at the Tippy Ballfield, weather permitting.
The field will be marked off for the different age groups.
Dress your children according to the weather. Prizes will be awarded after the hunt is over so be sure to bring any specially marked eggs or golden eggs to the announcer's stand.
Each child will receive a gift bag of treats after the Easter Egg hunt is over.
This event is sponsored by Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament, Tidioute Lions Club and Limestone Township Supervisors.
Tidioute Senior Center is selling chances on a chocolate basket filled with chocolate.
Tickets are available at eh Senior Center on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for $1 each or 3 tickets for $2.
The drawing will be held on Thursday, April 5 .
Tidioute Borough will hold its Spring Clean-up on Thursday, May 24 which will our normal garbage pick up. There is no extra for the day of clean up.
They will be picking up appliances such as stoves, refrigerators, car batteries, hot water tanks, and scrap metals. They will not accept building material such as shingles or siding, no paint, chemicals or tires.
Try to keep things as organized as possible.
If you have any questions, call the borough office at 484-7424.
Tidioute will hold its Townwide Yard Sales on Saturday, May 19 and the Tidioute Community Charter School will have a yard sale also on the front lawn of the school.
Anyone holding a yard sale or garage sale can contact the borough office and have your location listed on the list that will be posted throughout the borough.
1. Helen Nelson, Lori Klos, Diane Rondinelli, Luke Morgan, Sara Barton, Angela York, Andrew Shields.
2. Jeremy Hart, Margaret Alberth, Caroline Storer-Duke.
3. Barb Downey, Bob Anderson, Jamie Molek.
4. John Konkle, Brady Dashner, Browyn Davis.
5. Al Vanderpoel, P.E., Joe Sanderson, Scott Williams, John Robertson, Linda Reese.
6. Jacinta Reese, Christi Nuttall, Kristie Ziegler, Roseanne Nicholson.
7. Shawn Silvis, Shawn Weaver, Amber Nicholson.
8. Joe Marotta, Emily Come, Amanda Fulkman, Christopher York, William C. Baker Jr.
9. Nathan Schwab, Samuel Schwab, Joseph McLaughlin, Jake Barton, Carol Nicholson, Marian Dashner, Jeremy Smithers.
10. Denny Zuck, Denny Martin, John McCauley, Craig Snavley, Wade Adams, Doug Storer, Connie Peterson.
11. Dayle Beck.
12. Ryan Schwab, Matthew Nicholson, Linda Reed, Dave Turner.
13. Scott McKay, William F. Brown.
14 .Christopher Molek, Fran Stoneburg, Jimmy Konkle, Karen Craft, David Smithers.
15.Jennifer Nuttall, Christopher Shields, Alex Sabella, Danielle McCauley, Sue Gresham.
16. Heather Higgins, Kathryn Sveda, Mark Williams.
17.Jordan Wolford, Thelma Sabella, Marolyn Shaffer, Chris Martin, April Gazalie, Melanie McLaughlin.
18. Rob Konkle, Evan Duncan, Sally Sabella, Eugene Robertson, Wilma Watson.
19. John Ziegler, Stephanie Jenkins.
20. Ashton Frederick, Christian Baker, Lucas Sabella, Joe Kelly, Bev Morrison.
21. Stanley Kowalski, Kit Pascarella, Darlene Kowalski, Edgar Burris Jr., Brandon Navarro, Bob Degruttola.
22. Mindy Colvin, Nancy Schwab.
23. Jorge Navarro, Susan Robertson.
24.Jessica Nuttall, Laurie Rehe, Charles Barton, Jimmie Williams, Candy Druggan, Billy Yeager, Robbie Kitelinger.
25. Mary Huntington, Jesse Higgins,s Neva Matie, Camille Sizemore.
26. Tara Gerus.
27. Kathy Morrison, Janet Dygan.
28. Sue Shields, Steven King, Kay Rison.
29. Roxanne Pagley, Daryl Simons.
30. Bonnie Spencer, Tommy Heenan, Jenafer McKown, David Manning Jr.
31 Health Fair 7 a.m. to noon at the firehall
April 1 Bingo at Buccardo's 3 p.m.
2 Easter Dinner at Senior Center
7 Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m.