Tuesday, May 8, from 6-8 p.m. at the Sugar Grove Fire Hall on Wilson Street, Sugar Grove Borough Council, along with Sugar Grove Township, have designed an evening to get the community connected to all the resources available for those living in our community.
Helping the library
AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary, Post #50 President Michelle Williams (left) presents a donation to Leslie LaBarte, Assistant Librarian; missing from the photo is Kim Wilson, Executive Director at the Sugar Grove Free Library. A bake sale was organized by 1st Vice President Mary VanArsdale to raise funds for the library in our community.
EMHS Choir Concert
Pictured representing the 6th and 7th grade Chorus are singers Sarah Dietsch, Emily Rutsky, Shayna Ingerson, and Nick Gourley. The Middle level chorus groups will be presenting their concert at EMHS on Thursday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
At this time the organizations who will be on hand to provide information will be ; American Red Cross (Rex Rossey, Director), Board of Elections (Lisa Zuck, Director of Elections), Chandler's Valley Community Center, Community School Ownership Initiative, Experience, Inc (Allegheny Community Center - Sue Himes), RSVP & Link (Marsha Krantz, Lynn Espin), First Presbyterian Church: arboretum project (Louise Dyer, Elder), Hill & Dale Garden Club (Sugar Grove Park -Louise Morgan), Imaginative Preschool (Julie Harrington, Director), Love INC, PennDOT (Wes Hess, County Manager), Rouse Estate (Emily Whitaker, Marketing Coordinator), Second Harvest Food Bank, Sheriff Ken Klakamp, Sugar Grove After-School Program/Day Care/Summer Camp (Michelle Cathcart, Director), Sugar Grove Area Sewage Authority (Representatives), Sugar Grove Borough Council (Members of Council), Sugar Grove Day Care (Michelle Cathcart, Director), Sugar Grove Free Library and activity table (Kim Wilson, Director) Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church Outpost (Billy Hughes & PJ Cathcart, Pastors), Sugar Grove Township Supervisors (Supervisors), Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, Sugar Grove Volunteer Fire Department (Linda York, Board of Directors), TAWC (John Aldrich, Director) who will also be bringing a bus for free rides around town, Warren Forest Counties EOC (Bob Raible, Executive Director), Warren County Dairy Promotion Committee (Carrie Ludwig) , and the Warren County Historical Society (Shelly Gray, Managing Director) You can add your group to the list of participants by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be activities throughout the event for children and light refreshments will be provided. Mark your calendars to plan to come to this event and learn more about your Sugar Grove community and get connected.
The Eisenhower Middle High School will present it's Middle School Choruses concert on Thursday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. A variety of songs will be performed including folk songs, jazz, broadway, spirituals, and pop. The chorus groups are under the direction of Denise Pearson and will be accompanied on the piano by EMHS Alumni, Brent Foster Class 2011. Mark your calendar and plan to attend.
The EMHS Choirs will be holding their annual Tag Days tonight and tomorrow in Sugar Grove, Lander, Russell, North Warren, and Warren. All the singers appreciate the support of the community. Thank You.
The American Legion of Sugar Grove Post #758 is offering three scholarships to Eisenhower High School Seniors. Information is available at the Eisenhower Guidance Office on this and other local scholarships available to our seniors.
Clean Up Day
Sugar Grove Borough Clean up Day has been scheduled for Saturday, May 12th from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Mark your calendars and more information will become available as the day gets closer.
The Sugar Grove Free Methodist Summer Day Camp Program is now taking registrations for the coming 2012 summer. The Day Camp offers different options - full-time,
part-time, or drop-in day care services or weekly camp enrollment. The Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church has been granted a license by the State of Pennsylvania for day care services. The Summer Day Camp facilities, program, and staff meet all state regulations for a licensed day care and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, handicap, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex.
The camp is now certified in New York State and can take subsidized children from Chautauqua County. Assistance to defray the daily fees of the Summer Day Camp Program is available through the Subsidized Child Day Care Program in Pennsylvania. Contact the Economic Opportunities Council of Warren County at 726-1361.
The facility will be open Monday through Friday, 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m., from June 11th through August 17th, 2012, with the exception of July 4th when they will be closed.
Prices for this summer will be as follows: $22 per day per child, $12 per half day per child (4 hours), $20 registration fee per child and if you have two or more children enrolled, the fee is $20 per day, per child for a whole day and $10 per half day, per child. Children and their families will be asked to participate in some fundraisers to help keep the cost Day Camp down.
The mission of the Summer Day Camp Program is to provide a Christ-centered environment. Both educational and physical fitness activities are provided for children entering kindergarten - 7th grade this fall.The Summer Day Camp will strive to maintain a staff/child ratio of one teacher to ten students.
Field trips are a very important activity at Summer Day Camp and at least one is planned each week. Parents are required to sign a form giving the child permission for attendance and transportation on field trips.
If you would like more information on the Summer Day Program or on the Subsidization Program, please call the church office at 489-3105.