The Wilder Museum in Irvine at 51 Erie Avenue, will hold a chicken barbecue today from 5-8 p.m. Advance tickets $8 or $10 at the door. This is a fundraiser for the museum. There will also be a silent and Chinese auction. Stop down, have dinner, view the great historical collections at the museum, and enjoy the music of local musicians. Tickets are available at the Allegheny Artistry or by calling the Warren Historical Society at 723-1795.
Members of the Youngsville Council #13006, Knights of Columbus received their Third Degree held at St. Joseph Church, Warren on August 19th. Pictured , along with Grand Knight Darrell Harlan are: Sam Schipani, Shane Yucha, Rich Gruber, Barry Baker, Pat Black, Pastoral Council President, and Chief Todd Mineweaser, Youngsville Police.
The Annual Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool Doggie Swim is scheduled for this Sat., August 25, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. All dogs must be licensed and have proof of rabies and distemper vaccinations. People will not be permitted to swim as the water will be de-chlorinated. Door prizes, and special events such as "Timed Sit", "Most Talented", "Most Obedient" and "Oldest vs Youngest" will highlight the day. Cost is $5 per doggie.
Pittsfield Otterbein United Methodist Church 258 Dalrymple Street Pittsfield is hosting a benefit concert featuring Scott Phillips' new band "Good Little Giants" Saturday, Aug. 25, at 7 pm. Dessert will be provided and donations will support the Pittsfield Community Playground and Good Little Giants.
Warren County native singer/songwriter Scott Phillips traveled the country for 10 years as a full-time independent recording artist. He also spent a number of those years as a songwriter for Sony/BMG music publishing company in the Nashville, TN area. He has written & recorded 4 full-length projects of his own. Guitarist/singer Shane Maze grew up in Sugar Grove.
Born into the internationally renowned band "The Stuart Family" who toured for over 35 years, he has a degree in music and audio engineering from Bloomsburg University and was the assistant engineer at Platinum Lab recording studio in Nashville. His diverse talents on multiple instruments are a great addition to Good Little Giants. Female vocalist, Kira Spencer is from Randolph, NY and has performed all over the local region. In 2007, she placed 3rd in Chautauqua Lake Idol and has since performed in many musicals, both in Chautauqua and Warren counties. Her aspiration to become a contemporary, Christian, singer/musician is beginning to come to fruition with the birth of Good Little Giants and she is humbled to be given her God given talent with such gifted artists as Scott Phillips & Shane Maze. This concert is open to everyone. If you have questions call the church office at 563-3333.
Class of '64
Youngsville Class of '64 will meet Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 12:30 p.m. for lunch at the Youngsville American Legion. Contact Fred Peters 563-9493 for more information.
The "Farm Hands" Bluegrass Gospel Quartet will perform at the Free Methodist Church on E. Main St. on Saturday September 8th at 6:30pm. Mark your calendar. The group has received many awards, and has played at the Grand Ole Opry. Come out for a night of fellowship and worship! A free will offering will be received for the band.
The Youngsville Wrestling Boosters are still accepting team registrations and event sponsors for their Annual Golf Scramble to be held on Sun., September 9th at 9 a.m. at Cable Hollow Golf Course. Team fees are only $240 per team. Foursomes required. This event will help fund the Youngsville Wrestling 2012-2013 Season. To sign up or for more information, please call 563-1606 or 688-6978. We appreciate your support.
Class of '72
YHS, Class of 1972, 40th class reunion will be held during the alumni weekend at the Youngsville Fire Hall, Saturday, Sept. 15. Call Shelley Stec at 563-7235 for more information.
"What is the meaning of life?" "What happens when we die?" "How can I deal with guilt?" If you would like to explore questions like these, we'd like to help you! The Youngsville Evangelical United Methodist Church invites you to join us Sunday evenings beginning September 16th. We'll even start with dinner at 6:00 pm! We'll also have a Men's Study working through former Indianapolis Colts' coach Tony Dungy's book Quiet Strength; a Women's Group studying Beth Moore's To Live is Christ, and a small group focusing on Marriage & Parenting. Child care is also provided. For more information, please call the Church Office at 563-4351 or 563-4955. If you have to leave a message, don't worry we'll call you back.
Youngsville Recreation Committee is raffling off a new 9'8'' sit-in, Emotion kayak to help support baseball field improvements in Youngsville. Tickets are on sale now at the Youngsville Borough office and Wiggers Stove and Canoe Sales on Route 6 for $1/ticket. The drawing will be held September 29th. Kayak provided courtesy of Wiggers and the Youngsville Borough Recreation Commission.
The second annual Canoe/Kayak Poker Run will be held Saturday, Sept. 8 (rain date Sunday, Sept. 9) sponsored by the Youngsville Recreation Committee, all proceeds to benefit the Baseball Field Improvement project. The runs starts at Kinzua Dam between 9 a.m. and noon and will end at Betts Park at 4 p.m. Pre-registration is $15, $20 day of the event. Send registration fee, payable to the Youngsville Borough, and addressed to Youngsville Borough, 40 Railroad Street, Youngsville, PA 16371. For more information call Steve Morris at 563-7788.
The 2012 Cornfest was a huge success for the Youngsville community and the weather was perfect. The committee met yesterday to get all the winner lists, financials tallied, and reviewed the event for updates. There will be a list of basket raffle winners, car show-snowmobile-motorcycle winners, and other contest winners in next week's edition.
Please note - The grapevine that winds through Youngsville is whispering, 'no cornfest'. The Cornfest committee is not doing away with the Corn Festival, it may have some changes, it may be different in 2013 because of the Bicentennial Celebration, and it may have to be altered for the long awaited Streetscape Project. The committee has open arms for new and additional committee members and will be posting upcoming meetings.