In the picture is Officer Leach and Officer Mineweaser along with (left to right) Brad Pierce, Garrett Dunham, Dilyn Moore, Justin Cross, Waylon Moore, and Matthew Desimone.
Pictured, showcasing the available popcorn flavors, are Friends of Rouse members Amy Trask and Andrea Grolemund.
Anyone interested in participating in the Youngsville's Hometown Christmas, Thurs., Dec. 6, from 5-7 p.m. can get updated information and vendor forms at www.hometownxmasyoungsvillepa.blogspot.com or attend a ROY meeting at 9 a.m. the second Tuesday of each month at the Youngsville Library. Plans are underway for a parade, live music, ornament and cookie decorating, and Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus.
Attention all Church Choir members and all others who love to sing Christmas music. Barb Luce is forming a Christmas Walk Choir to sing during the annual Youngsville Hometown Christmas Walk on Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. No rehearsals necessary. Please call 563-4936 if you are willing to participate.
Love INC of the Brokenstraw Valley would like to thank everyone who participated in our first golf scramble held Sept.22 at Cable Hollow Golf Course. The following is a list of winners:
1st Place Team: Justin Norris, Clay Hayes, Mike Bancroft, Scott Schorborn
2nd Place Team: Steve & Anne Sischo, Phil Messina, Scott Baglia (won on a tie-breaker)
Longest Putt; Hole #18: Greg Kerr
Longest Drive Women; Hole #5: Sandy Howles
Closest to the Pin; 2nd Shot Hole #14: Mike Bancroft
Longest Drive Men; Hole #7: Scott Baglia
Closest to the Pin; 2nd Shot / Hole #8: Joe Pikna (only golfer listed)
Closest to the Line; Hole #4: Bob Yucha
Senior Long Drive (65 years of age or older) Hole #13: Dick Johnson
Closest to the Pin; 3rd Shot #9: Joe Pikna
Blessings and thanks go out to our partner churches and the many volunteers who gave time, talents, food, prize items, and/or money to help make our first golf scramble a wonderful success. Without you, this event would not have been possible. The fundraising committee set a budget based on thirteen teams and eighteen sponsors; hoping to profit $2,400. Thanks to generosity of our partner churches and our community we exceeded our budget by over $300 raising a total of $2,731.
Love INC would like to extend our thanks to our financial sponsors and those who donated prizes. Major sponsor: Curtis & Son Oil, Inc. Hole sponsors: Bear Cat Oil, Escape Sports, Inc., Fitzgerald Trucking, 2 anonymous gifts, Harold & Barb Luce, Herb West Carvings, Holcomb Family, Joseph Pikna, D.M.D. General Family Denistry, Mission Covenant Church, Northwest Advisors, Northwest Savings Bank, Novus Glass Repair & Replacement, Pastors Steve Gruver & William Beatty & their wives, Puppet Ministry of the Otterbein United Methodist Church, R.W. Larson Architects, Saron Lutheran Church members, St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church, Veolia Environmental Services, Youngsville Hardware. Your financial support of this event was a huge blessing. Prize Sponsors: Al & Cheri Watson; Cable Hollow Golf Course; Dan Howles; Garland Presbyterian Church; The Galley; Herb West Carvings; KWIK Fill; Jay Curtis & Family; Love INC; Mitch, Mason, & Connie West, Northwest Savings Bank, Otterbein UMC, Phil & Shelley Holcomb, Ray & Jill Bennett, Robin Reed/Mary Kay, Saron Lutheran Church.
BSA Troop 22 Irvine is hosting a Spaghetti Dinner on Sat., Nov. 3, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Garland Fire Hall by donation. Dinner includes spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread, and dessert, take outs will be available. The baked goods, basket, and memorabilia auction will start about 6 p.m. Memorabilia auction includes Pittsburgh Steelers laser signed photo of #43 Troy Polamalu and Buffalo Bills laser signed #14 Ryan Fitzpatrick & #99 Marcell Dareus. Questions please contact Karen Wilcox 726-3453.
Youngsville Borough Office & Services will be closed Friday, Nov. 9, in observance of Veterans Day.
A truck load of new merchandise auction will be held on Sunday, Nov. 4 at the Garland Community Center, 204 Extension Road, Garland. Doors open at noon. Auction Begins at 1 p.m. with tools, toys, collectibles, wholesale food and much more. Vinnie Hotchkiss and Don McKuhn will be Auctioneers. Proceeds benefit the Garland Community House Association and Community Center.
It is time to get the creative juices flowing for the Wreath Decorating Contest sponsored by ROY for the Hometown Christmas Thursday, Dec. 6, 5-7 p.m.. To enter, create a wreath no bigger than 28 inches. Any material is acceptable-Live, dried, or artificial in any color or colors with or without a theme. Gift Certificates will be awarded for The Most Original, The Best Use of Materials, and The Peoples Choice. Mark your entry/entries with NFS if they are Not For Sale. If you wish to sell your entries securely attach a price tag with your name and price. You keep the whole purchase price. However, ROY asks that you donate $1 per entry (sale or no sale). The entries will be displayed at the Allegheny Artistry Co-Op 106 East Main Street, Youngsville PA. Entries may be delivered from November 1st until Dec. 5th during Gallery Hours Wednesday-Saturday 11- 5:30 PM
The Friends of Rouse, an advocate group to the Rouse Home, Suites at Rouse, Rouse Children's Center and Bridges Adult Day Service, is currently selling North Country Gourmet Popcorn. There are 14 flavors of popcorn available, including "Traditional," "Peanut Butter Chocolate," "White Chocolate Mint," "Cinnamon," "Spicy Southern" and "Hot, Hot, Hot!" All purchases can be made in the Rouse Home's Dogwood Room snack bar between 1 and 4 p.m., daily.The proceeds from all sales will go directly to the Friends of Rouse, who raise funds to help improve the lives of the residents, clients and children served by Rouse.
Cub Scout Pack 30 Tiger Cub Den visited the Youngsville Police Department Monday evening to learn what a police officer does and see what equipment he uses and what their police department looks like. They were full of questions for Officers Mineweaser and Leach. They toured the radio room, the interview room, and got to see how the flashing lights worked on the police car.