Senior Center Menu
Thursday, Oct. 25 will be Cook's Choice, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Oct. 29 will be stuffed peppers or stuffed cabbage, dessert and beverages.
Boss Appreciation Day
Tidioute Health and Dental Center and Darling’s Tidioute Pharmacy gathered together on Tuesday for a lunch of different soups make by the staff. Pictured are Beth Davis CNP, Christine, Jolene, Norm, Helen, Dr. Ted Rockwell, Erin from the dental and health center. Standing are Kyle Zaffino and Chris Darling from the pharmacy. Missing are Jan Lauffenburger and Linda Scott from the pharmacy who attended the lunch.
Tuesday, Oct. 30 will be spaghetti, dessert, and beverages.
Thursday, Nov. 1 will be bacon cheeseburgers, dessert and beverages.
Call the center at 484-3020 to order your lunch, you can also make arrangements to ride the TWAC Bus.
On Friday, Oct.26 students at Tidioute Community Charter School will parade down Main Street at 1:45 p.m. and stop at the businesses for treats.
If you would like to have your business be a part of this community event, contact the school at 484-3550 and your business will be put on the list of places to stop.
Students will walk from the school down as far as Buckingham Street and back to the school.
Mobile Food Pantry
The Tidioute Mobile Food Pantry will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. at Tidioute Firehall, 228 Main St.
This is for the residents of Tidioute who are in need of food assistance.
Cost is free; bring your own boxes to carry the food items in.
Pre-registration is not required; proof of income not required.
Food will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis.
The Deerfield Township Supervisors met for their October meeting.
The new grader was delivered, grader blades were installed and grading was done on Youngsville Road and Gibson Road.
September saw boom mowing on Althom Road, McCauley Hill Road, Scotch Pine Road, Hill Top Drive, Gibson Road and Youngsville Road. The Althom Road project received some backhoe work and pipe installation.
Driveway pipe was installed on McCauley Hill Road and Youngsville Road.
There was no response to the advertisement regarding a CPA firm to perform the annual audit and prepare the state annual return. Calls will be made to known CPA firms that currently assist other townships as to their interest and cost to do Deerfield's annual audit. Local auditors will still be needed to comply with state regulations but on a much smaller scale.
The road tour was done on Saturday, Oct. 6 and all roads appeared to be in good shape.
A preliminary 2013 budget was discussed and will be prepared for review at the November monthly meeting.
VFW Post 8803
VFW Post 8803 of Tidioute will be holding the Past Commanders Dinner on Monday, Nov. 12.
Sign-up for the dinner is at the bar, and if you are planning on attending, stop in and sign up.
4th Degree Sir Knight
St. John's Knights of Columbus Council 9304 announces that Larry McGuigan has attained the status of 4th Degree Knights of Columbus member.
The ceremony was held at the Ambassador Center in Erie and was dedicated to Pope Benedict XVI.
There were candidates from all over the Erie Diocese that participated in the 4th Degree Exemplification held on Sunday, Oct. 14.
They welcome Larry to the Warren Assembly 963 and look forward to working with him.
Tying of the Greens
Tying of the Greens will be on Friday, Nov. 9 at the Tidioute Firehall, in the truck bays.
This will be the 65th year of tying the greens.
Anyone who would like to help with this project can come to the firehall on Friday, Nov. 9 by 6 p.m. Not sure what you can do to help? Just show up and those who have done it so many times in the past will be happy to show you the ropes.
A fun time is had by all those who are there and the end result is the beautiful lights that make our community look great for the Christmas season.
There will be a craft show once again held at Buccardo's Restaurant on Nov. 9 and 10 from 9 a.m. till ??
For table set-up, contact Helen Williams at 706-2588, Lynn Buccardo at 484-7003 or Ann Jones at 484-7139.
Members of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary are gearing up for the spooky time of the year when they will once again be passing out treats to the youth of the Tidioute community on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m. at Tidioute Firehall.
If any members of the community, business owners or organizations would like to make donations to the events they can do so by dropping off your treats or monetary donations at the VFW Post 8803 or contact Bev Stotler at 484-3549.
These treats will be already bagged and will be passed out to the youth as they parade through the social hall at the firehall.
Boss Appreciation Day
Tuesday, Oct. 16 was a day to honor your boss.
In honor of the occasion, employees at the Tidioute Health Center and Darling's Tidioute Pharmacy made a variety of soups and enjoyed a joint lunch to honor the bosses.
Soups included stuffed pepper, barley, chicken noodle (two different varieties) , potato, french onion, Tuscana, and broccoli.
Trick Or Treating
Trick or Treating for Tidioute will be on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Children are reminded to only stop at the homes where they know the people and only if the outside light is on. such as a porch light.
Parents are reminded to make sure your child's costume is a good fit and that the child can see while walking.
Flashlights are good idea or some type of reflective material so your child can be seen in the dark.
Bell Ringers Needed
Sign-up sheet at located at the Tidioute Trading Post and at Polly's Market.
People are needed to ring the bell for Salvation Army Red Kettle Days to be held on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m.
To sign up for the Trading Post you can also call Julie at Northwest Savings Bank at 484-3544 or to ring at Polly's Market call Jane at 484-3588.
Monies raised here in Tidioute will be used to help those in Tidioute in a time of need.
Watson Grange will hold its fall Turkey Party on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.
Doors open at 6 p.m. Public welcome.
Tidioute Community Charter School held its first Fall Festival on Sunday, Oct. 21 at the Tidioute ballfield.
Several activities took place which included hay rides, face painting, pony rides, TCCS held a Chinese auction, Tidioute First United Methodist Church served BBQ beef and potato chips; Emily Bailor had a booth "Everything Pumpkin"; Tastefully Simple had a basket raffle and many items for home baking; Boy Scouts sold popcorn and peanut brittle; Humming Bird Cafe sold bread pudding, chili, soups and spice cider; yearbook staff had a raffle, and several other booths contained jewelry, wood signs, burnt wood items such as hearts, wishing wells.
There was a pet parade and corn hole games as well.
Items for Servicemen
VFW Post 8803 Ladies Auxiliary is collecting items to send to our troops in time for Christmas.
Several items are needed such as bath soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, baby wipes, foot powder, individual packages of tissues, wash cloths, plastic forks, spoons and knives, power bars, dried fruit or cans with pull open tops, peanut butter, jelly, hard candies, cough drops, chewing gum, snack crackers packages (cheese or peanut butter), packages of hot chocolate mix. Also crossword, word search books would be great.
For more information, contact Doris Svitek at 484-7218.
25 Watson Grange at 7:30 p.m.
26 Halloween Parade 1:45 from the school to Buckingham Street
31 Trick or Treat from 6 to 8 p.m.