Concert, Benefit Dinner
for Conrad Walton
Come and join us at Pittsfield Otterbein Church on March 29 for a swiss steak dinner at 6 p.m.
Front row, left to right, Dave VanHouten, Don Haehn, Larry Luce, Scott Grady, Eileen and Randy Edwards. Back row, same order, Keith Shaw, Cal Redick, Ed and Linda Rose, Joel McKown, Angie Gibson.
Many members of the Youngsville churches attend the Lenten luncheons. Clockwise are Dot Hannold and Paul Hannold; Pastor Rick Hamrick; Arvid Carlson; Helen Carlson; Pastor Kathy Thompson and Brad Thompson.
Pictured are, back row, left to right, Maggie, Desteny, Jayden, Kate, Lilliann and Lilly. Front row, Abby, Bill, Conner and Paiden.
Left to right, Peggy Weldon; Sylvia Crippen; Jean Engle and Joan Berdine.
A concert by the band the Circuit Rider 5 will also be performed at 7:15 for this benefit. Contact the church office by March 22 for dinner reservations. Gluten-free dinners are available. Church phone is 563-3333 and is located at 258 Dalrymple St. Pittsfield.
A free offering will be received for Conrad Walton for his medical expenses.
The fourth week of the Lenten Services of Youngsville Area Ministerium that include worship followed by a light luncheon will be held at noon on March 26 at Irvine Presbyterian Church. Pastor Denny Ledebur will be in charge of the service.
Members of the church will host the luncheon.
All State Concert Band
Cindy Scheid, director of the Youngsville High School Band, was delighted the first time in 17 years a student has qualified from YHS for the All State Concert Band.
Angela Renninger will attend the competition at Hershey on March 26-29.
Correction of Date
for Summer Ride
On Monday, March 10, a planning session took place at Youngsville Hallgren-Wilcox American Legion Post 658 for a motorcycle ride on June 8.
The American Legion is looking for new members to ride. In order to become a rider you must be an active member of Youngsville Hallgren-Wilcox Post 658 member or an Auxiliary member or any active Sons of American Legion Post member. Any Post, Auxiliary or Son of any Legion can join the riders. Not just a Youngsville Legion member.
For information, call Ed Rose at 563-9782.
YHS class of '64
YHS class of '64 will meet Tuesday, March 25, at 12:30 p.m. for lunch at New Beginnings in Sugar Grove. Any questions, contact Fred Peters at 563-5020.
Love Your Library
The winners of the Love Your Library Raffle are the following: Basket 1: Gift Card Tree, Sandy Martin; Basket 2: Lottery Tree, Shirlee Granger; Basket 3: Water Fountain, Donna McDonald; Basket 4: Wine and Cheese, Cindy Scheid; Basket 5: Triple Crockpot, Bard Alexander; Basket 6: Guy's Basket, Fred Peters; Basket 7: Dinner & a Movie, Nicole Cowan.
The Friends of the Youngsville Library committee thanks everyone who supported the fourth annual "Love Your Library" fundraiser by purchasing tickets.
Art and Vino Venue
The third annual Art and Vino Venue will be held Saturday, April 5 from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Admission is free.
There will be the products of five wineries, retail vendors, food, and music will be available. Art, wine, and beer demonstrations, and amateur wine and beer makers contest winners.
Wine tasting tickets are $10 for those 21 and older, available at Youngsville Pharmacy, Allegheny Artistry, Allegheny Cellars Winery, Warren County Insurance, Hickory Creek Brewing, or by calling 814-730-2899.
First 300 pre-sale tickets will come with 2014 commemorative glass, sponsored by Northwest Savings Bank in a goodies' bag sponsored by Warren County Insurance/Winans Insurance and Employee Benefits. See www.artandvinovenue.blogspot.com for contest and vendor forms, and updates.
Warren County Historical Society presents "Death Stalks the Historical Society-Yet Again," a murder mystery by 3MMM Productions on Saturday, March 29 at the Holiday Inn of Warren. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Admission is $30 per person and a cash bar will be available. Music will be presented by "Light Strings and Air." Tickets include dinner. Buy at the Warren County Historical Society, 210 Fourth Ave., Warren, or online at www.warrenhistory.org
For more information, call 723-1795, visit www.warrenhistory.org, or like the Warren County Historical Society on Facebook.
The Youngsville First United Methodist Preschool was visit by some leprechauns on St. Patrick's Day and they left the children some green mustaches.
The Rouse Home
The Rouse Home Activity Department held a St. Patrick's Day party on March 17, 2014. Three golden coins were given each person that came to the party and prizes were drawn from a basket. Mint chocolate chip ice cream was served as refreshments.
at the Rouse Home
A "Books Are Fun" book fair will be held at the Rouse Home on Wednesday, March 26 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Quality books at discount prices. Many children's books and toys as well as how-to books, cookbooks, decorations and much more will be for sale.
Ten percent of profits go to the Rouse Activity Fund to provide quality programs and entertainment for the residents. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Love INC Meeting
The third annual Love INC Meeting will be held on April 3. It will hosted by Free Methodist Church, 179 Davis St., Youngsville. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments offered by the Joyful Cafe Love.
What is Love INC? It is a nationally-based Christian, non-profit organization which reaches out to people in need. Who is Love INC? We are Christians from 19 partner churches uniting across nine denominations. We are governed by a local volunteer board of directors and raise support through tax-deductible gifts from individuals, churches, and/or businesses; we also actively pursue grant opportunities.
Who does Love INC serve? We serve people who live or attend church or whose children go to school in the Brokenstraw Valley. Our boundaries are north of Sugar Grove, west of Grand Valley and south to Tidioute, and east of Irvine.
How does Love INC serve? People in need simply call our clearinghouse where a trained volunteer will listen to their story to determine how Love INC can help. Love Inc. acts as the bridge between those in need and the church, agency, or organization that can meet their needs. A few examples are: food, clothing, furniture, household goods, bedding, baby items, help with household chores, repairs, transportation, firewood, and minor outdoor chores.
St. Francis of Assisi said, "Preach the Gospel at all times when necessary use words." That is what Love Inc. is all about; demonstrating God's love in tangible ways to people in our communities.
Come and learn about the different gap ministries that are mobilized through local churches, and how they have transformed individuals lives by their ministries. Our newly elected board chair, Bradley Thompson, will discuss "Hands Up" initiative and budget mentoring program. For more information, call the Love Inc. office at 563-3398.
46 Prize Baskets
Youngsville PTO raffled 46 prize baskets of all sizes and shapes to raise funds for PTO projects. The Ice Cream Social and the Raffle was held concurrently on March 18 at Youngsville Elementary- Middle School.
Class of 1969 Reunion
The Class of 1969's 45th class reunion is coming up fast. We are still in the planning stages but the dates are confirmed. Next meeting is March 25 at 7 p.m. at the American Legion.