Leap for Love
Take a leap for love on Saturday, Feb. 8 at Brokenstraw Creek, off Island Park. Registrations are 10:30 and 11 a.m.
Hot chili with coffee or hot chocolate will be ready for you once you've taken that leap. The proceeds from this leap will benefit the Love INC of the Brokenstraw Valley, in meeting the needs of those who reside in the Brokenstraw Valley area.
YEMS Students of the Week
Youngsville Elementary-Middle School has announced its January students of the week. Students in the front from left are: Jordan Wynn, kindergarten; Mason McGranaghan, 4th Grade; Taylor Tuttle, 1st grade. Students in the back from left are: Zander Jewell, 5th grade; Loral-Li Shenk, 3rd grade; and Brandon Forslund, 2nd grade.
Two Warren County Christian School musicians attended the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District Orchestra Festival at Indiana University of Pennsylvania on Jan. 22-24. Left to right, are Allyssa Kerr, who played the violin; Khlare Bracken, WCCS orchestra director; and Anna Kafferlin, who played the viola.
If you decide that you do not want to leap, but are willing to support someone that is taking that leap, donations are accepted by sending your check to Love INC, PO Box 184, Youngsville, PA 16371. Write Leap donation on the memo line.
Love Inc. in need
There are many opportunities to volunteer in the Love INC organization. Not everyone is able to move furniture, clean houses, or mow lawns, but there are many things that need to be done right in the office or on the telephone.
Right now we are in need of some people to do clerical work, such as stuffing envelopes, filing papers, and general office work.
If you are interested in the call center, you may find that you would like to take incoming calls from clients to see what their needs are and pray with them. A brief training session will have you ready to help out here.
Love INC partners with ReStore. They are busy here sorting through donated clothing and goods and waiting on people.
We often have clients who need a ride to a doctor or dentist appointment. If you are interested volunteering, call the Love Inc. office at 563-3394 leave a message. Someone will return your call.
for Family of Fire
Saron Lutheran Church in cooperation with the Youngsville High School Wrestling Boosters will hold a benefit dinner to support the family of the late Darwin Durlin.
The dinner will be spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread and butter, dessert, and beverage. It will be held on Sunday, Feb. 9 from 3:30 till 6:30 p.m. at the church, 148 W. Main St., Youngsville. This is a donations event with all funds going to the family. Take-out service will be available.
The Youngsville Borough sledding event is rescheduled for Feb. 9. The event will take place at Pool Hill at 1 p.m. The cardboard sledding will take place at 1:30. Hot dogs and hot chocolate will be available.
You can learn how to save money on landscaping and gardening. Repurpose, recycle, and reuse unwanted items. Denise Grant, Penn State Extension master gardener, will present on Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. at the Slater Room, Warren Public Library, 205 Market St., Warren.
Admission is free. To register, go to www.extension.psu.edu/warren/events or call Penn State Extension Warren County office at 563-9388
Dairy Quality Forage Workshop will be held on Friday, Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Warren County Extension office, 100 Dillon Dr., Youngsville.
You can learn about improved forage, improved forage can increase milk production and cow health. Joel Hunter, Penn State Extension agronomy educator, will talk about best growing practices for warm and cool season grasses, grasses for stockpiling, and the use of crop residues. Travis Edwards from the Penn State Dairy Research Center will discuss the importance of forage particle size and how improved forage can increase profits.
Participation is free. Bring a bag lunch or menus will be available. Register online at extension.psu.edu/warren/events or call the Penn State Extension Warren County office at 563-9388.
WCCS Students attend
Two Warren County Christian School students attended Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 2,3,5 District Orchestra Festival at Indiana University of Pennsylvania on Jan. 22-24.
They are Allyssa Kerr, violin, and Anna Kafferlin, viola.
Sweets at the Suites
On Friday, Feb. 7, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., the Suites at Rouse, 615 Rouse Ave., Youngsville, will host a Sweets at the Suites chocolate and wine tasting event.
To prepare for the evening, the Suites' culinary staff will channel their inner chocolatiers by concocting several luxurious cocoa creations, along with a variety of seasonal hors d'oeuvres. For the wine enthusiasts in attendance, Flickerwood Wine Cellars will be on hand sampling several of their products.
In addition to chocolate and wine sampling, Sweets at the Suites will also feature local vendors. Guests of the event are encouraged to browse the newest merchandise offered by Blair, which will have a representative available. Also in attendance will be Mary Kay Cosmetics representative Nancy Kaye, showcasing make-up and skin care trends. For those individuals wanting a sweet treat or two for later, Holiday Confections will be present with several delicious creations. Additional vendors, including a local quilter, will also be in attendance.
Finally, as guests sample and browse, they'll delight in the sounds of Dixieland and American Jazz, courtesy of The Dixie Doodlers.
If you're looking for a 'sweet' evening out, be sure to mark Sweets at the Suites on your calendar!
This event is free, and open to the public. For more information, call 563-1650 or visit us online at rouse.org.
'Love Your Library'
The Friends of the Youngsville Library's fourth annual "Love Your Library" Raffle Basket Extravaganza fundraising event is going on now through March 14. For a $5 donation, participants will receive 10 tickets to be used toward any of seven uniquely themed "baskets". The "baskets" are on display at the library.
"What makes this fundraising event so special is that there is a wide variety of high-quality baskets for people with all areas of interest to choose from. Each basket has a minimum value of $75, but most baskets are valued at much more than that," said Library Director Kristy Wallace. "Also, people have the opportunity to decide which basket or baskets interest them and can distribute their tickets accordingly. So if you're lucky enough to win, you actually win something that you wanted."
Tickets are available at the Youngsville Public Library during business hours, from members of the Friends of the Library, and Library Board members. Ten tickets for a $5 donation or one ticket for a $1 donation. The Friends will also be selling tickets at Richard's Restaurant on Tuesday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 14 from 4 to 7p.m. Library business hours are Monday and Tuesday, noon to 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Friday, noon to 4 p.m. 563-7670.
02/06/14 Thursday Basketball @ 6 p.m.- Youngsville JV Boys/ Conneaut Area Senior High- Home Game
02/06/14 Thursday Basketball @ 6: p.m.- Youngsville JV Girls /Sheffield Area MHS- Away Game
02/06/14 Thursday Basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Youngsville V Girls/ Sheffield Area MHS Away Game
02/07/14 Friday Wrestling @ 7 p.m. Youngsville V Boys Maplewood High School- Home Game
02/08/14 Saturday Basketball @ 6 p.m. Youngsville JV Boys / Eisenhower High School- Away Game
02/08/14 Saturday Basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Youngsville V Boys /Eisenhower High School- Away Game
02/10/14 Monday Basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Youngsville V Girls / Saegertown High School- Home Game
02/12/14 Wednesday Basketball @ 6 p.m. Youngsville JV Girls /Venango Catholic High School- Home Game
02/12/14 Wednesday Basketball 7:30 p.m. Youngsville V Girls / Venango Catholic High School- Home Game
02/14/14 Friday Basketball @ 6 p.m. Youngsville JV Boys /Cochranton High School- Away Game
02/14/14 Friday Basketball @ 7:30 p.m. Youngsville V Boys /Cochranton High School- Away Game