Senior Center Menu
Thursday, May 31 will be Taco Salad, dessert and beverages.
Please call the center at 484-3020 to confirm lunch or reserve the bus.
Memorial Day Address
Beth Ziegler, District Attorney for Forest County gave the Memorial Day Address at Tidioute Cemetery. Pictured are Left to right: Ken McKay, Ziegler, and Ed Burris.
Master Bob Hollabaugh presided over the recent meeting of Watson Grange.
Meg Froman was accepted into membership , having demitted from Brokenstraw Grange.
Community Service Chairperson, Deanna Hollabaugh reported on the work bee at the Lenhart Cemetery and offers thanks to whomever replaced the flags on the Veterans graves.
Many bud vases have been donated to the Watson Grange, so plans are to purchase carnations to be given to Tidioute Tower residents.
Painting was completed on the quilt block to be placed on the Pomona Grange building on the Warren County Fair grounds.
Hygiene items were purchased and donated to the Tidioute Community Charter School.
Watson Grange Hall is available for rent for reunions, receptions, etc. For more information contact Bob Hollabaugh at 723-9497 or John Hollabaugh at 484-2242.
Upcoming events: June 2 an auction at Pomona Grange with Watson Grange working the kitchen and having the bake sale table.
Craft night will be at Alice Weaver's on Monday, June 4 at 6 p.m.
Regular meeting will be Thursday, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. with "Hodge podge" for refreshments.
The Deerfield Township monthly meeting was held on Monday, May 14 at 7 p.m. at the township building.
The road tour of the township roads was done on Saturday, April 14, 2012. Brush was cleared from Hardy Road and Youngsville Road; Hilltop Drive, McCauley Hill Road, Youngsville Road, and Gibson Road were graded.
In addition McCauley Hill Road and Youngsville Road were ditched. Maintenance was performed on the grader. Snow plowing was done on all roads on April 24, 2012.
Eight injectors have been replaced on the 550 truck.
MC70 oil and #8 stone will be used for dust control. For those residents wanting additional coverage they should call the township building and leave a message for William Jewell as to how much extra they will want. The cost is $165 for 100 feet and must be paid to the township secretary one week prior to the application of the oil and stone. At this time the dates for the oiling of the roads in not finalized.
As a reminder, the spring clean will be on Saturday, June 1, 2012 from 8 a.m to 12 noon. No paint cans, tires, shingles or cement blocks will be accepted. The fee will be $5 per car load and $10 per truck load.
Knights of Columbus
Tidioute Knights of Columbus will hold their general monthly meeting on June 7, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at ST John Center.
All members are asked to attend this important meeting.
They are having their election of officers, updates on programs and Financial Secretary reappointment.
If you have not paid for your calendar, you may do so at this meeting.
Memorial Day Parade
Members of the Pequignot-Yeager VFW Post 8803 of Tidioute marched from the Post Home to Tidioute Cemetery for the annual Memorial Day celebrations.
Marching with them were members of the Ladies Auxiliary, Tidioute Boy Scouts, and Tidioute Community Charter School Band.
Parade Marshall was Dennis Shields, E6 Staff Sgt, US Army. Master of Ceremonies was Edgar Burris a 20 plus year veteran and Director of the Veterans Affairs office in Warren, Tidioute Community Charter School Band played the Star Spangle Banner, Rev. Keith Martin of Tidioute First United Methodist Church gave the Invocation, Carolyn Knight recited the famous Flanders Field, Tidioute band played ,"Battle Cry of Freedom", Elizabeth Ziegler, Forest County District Attorney and daughter of veteran Bruce Ziegler gave a moving address about the Black Panthers 66 Infantry Division, 262 Regiment, Company I and what they had endured during W. W. II. George McKown Placed the Wreath. Edgar Burris gave the Roll of Honor with Ken McKay giving the Response. Rev. Keith gave the Benediction and the Pequignot-Yeager Post firing squad gave the Salute to the Dead and Tidioute Community Charter School Buglers played Taps.
Those in attendance were invited to the VFW Post Home for refreshment and visiting with the Veterans, compliments of the Ladies Auxiliary.
The route this year was traveling up Main ST from the Post Home to Scott ST, turning onto Second St and into the cemetery from the lower end.
We extend a "Big Hearty Thank You" to our Men and Women who have served and to those who are still serving. Thank You for all you have done. A Job well done.
Tidioute Towers manager, Teresa Fike, was honored with a surprise ten-year anniversary party commemorating her ten years as manager at Tidioute Towers.
Residents at the towers pulled off this surprise with the help of residents Kate Proper and Kathy Berlin along with the maintenance manager, Dave Craft.
Fike was hired in 2002 by the former manager, Denise Craft as Craft who was moving to Virginia at the time.
During her tenure Fike has received many awards including the most recent "Above and Beyond" award given this May at the company convention in Virginia.
Along with the residents best wishes, Fike received many lovely cards and flowers and she expresses her appreciation to all.
Tidioute Community Charter School will hold commencement exercises at Tidioute Charter School on Friday, June 1, at 7 p.m.
Deerfield Township resident will h ave an opportunity to clean out all the accumulated trash on Saturday, June 2 from 8 a.m. to noon at the township building.
They will not accept any paint cans, tires, shingles or concrete blocks.
Cost is $5 per car load and $10 per pick up load.
Tidioute Firefighters and Auxiliary members held an open house on Saturday, May 26.
While firefighters Chris Morgan and J. R. McMullen showed guests around the firehall, Auxiliary members Margie Eastman, Monica Morgan, Cheryl Hulings and Deb Genter volunteered their time to stand in the 82 degree heat on Main ST for the Department boot drive.
The department would like to thank all who took the time to stop and make their donations.
1. Chris McCauley, Landmark Hotel, June Brown, Mindy Strait, Sonya Anderson, Kelly Miller.
2. Amanda Anderson, Emilie Rehe, Carol Turner.
3. Sonya Anthony, Abby Schwab, Ed Pennington, Marita Shoemaker, Bobby Ziegler, Christine Sonney, Helen Williams, Danielle Edminston, Jim Greeley.
4. Logan Sabella, Clyde Fry, Marianna Dygan, Michael Haney, Karen Brody, Linda Lutz.
5. Tracy Vincent, Tom Benner, Lauryn Harshaw, Eva Bartle, Lorraine Jones, Carman Fedele SR, Debbie Moore.
6. Joe Miller, Peg Fedele, Mary Rehe, Cathy Sahli, Ethel McLaughlin.
7. Paul Haller.
8. Katelyn Ziegler, Annis Ziegler.
9. Bob Spencer, Norene Elizabeth Brown.
10. Nancy Burris, Katie Morris, Dick Morrison, Benjamin Rapp, Martha Frisina.
11. Joel Rissel, Bob Schwab, Bill Johnson, Chris Roofner, SR, Megan Sanders, Ruth Grubbs, Jason Wyman, Bailey Klinestiver.
12. Dan Morris, Todd Martin, Virginia Nelson, Jim Huntington.
13. Ed Fike, Jessica Burris-Lindsay, Dan Mineweaser, John Motzer.
14. Bill E. Johnson, Matthew Martin, Alton Jones.
15. Valerie McGregor, Karen Arnold, Jim Bees.
16. Kayla Simons, Jessica Bee, Ruth McDonald, Zachary Weilacher.
17. Kim Greeley.
18. JoAnn Ringel-Breneman, Jamie Shanley, Lena Rison.
19. Misty Moore, Ardelle Shanley, Brodie Greeley, R. Scott McGraw, Krista Campbell, Gracie Anthony, Johnelle Fulkman.
20. Jerod Veasey, Kristen McManigle, Timmy Gerus, Jessica Toomy, Nathan Brown, Johnathan Brown.
21. Beth Sabella, Charlie Bailor, Sherry King, Dorothy Carnahan, Suzanne Higgins.
22. Sandy Palmer, Mitchel Kist.
23. Nicole Greeley, Christopher Peterson,
24. Noah Ford Schwab, Hayley Moore, Ken Peterson, Bob Reed, Ross Fike, Zachary Fulkman.
25. Jennifer Kane, Dave Myers, Matthew Craft.
26. Betty Nicholson, Christopher Schwab, Pat Heenan.
27. Judy McKown-Fitch, Amber Bupp, Bonnie Dygan, Mary Jane Henry.
28. Josh Rissel, Ed Kernick, Michelle Johnson, Bethany Hart, Christopher Frederick, Amy Dygan, Don McLaughlin
29. Kiesten Schwab, Tom Sabella, Marsha Brown, Eli Rebich.
30. Jeff Richard, Joanne Manning-Gourley.