Senior Center Menu
Thursday, Aug. 21 will be lemon pepper fish, potatoes, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Aug. 25 will be spaghetti and meatballs, dessert and beverages.
School supplies collected
Members of the Tidioute Senior Center collected several back-to-school items for the Tidioute Community Charter School. From left are Sue Rondinelli, Karen Konkle, Margaret Alberth, Hazel Ord, and Martha Walters and standing is Mary Huntington, representative of Tidioute First Methodist Church who helped collect the items and took them to the school.
Tuesday, Aug. 26 will be sloppy joes, dessert and beverages.
Thursday, Aug. 28 will be soup and sandwiches, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Sept. 1 the center will be closed for Labor Day.
Tuesday Sept. 2 will be goulash, dessert and beverages
Thursday, Sept.4 will be beef stew and biscuits, dessert and beverages.
Monday, Sept. 8 will be bacon cheeseburgers and French fries, dessert and beverages.
Tuesday, Sept. 9 will be lemon pepper fish or garden fish (your choice), dessert and beverages.
Thursday, Sept.11 will be lasagna or ravioli (your choice) dessert and beverages.
Remember that those attending on Tuesdays have the opportunity to play Bingo from 10 to 11 a.m.
Call the center at 484-3020 to sign up for lunch and to find out what activities are going on.
Monday, Aug. 25 will be the food commodity distribution from Salvation Army at the Tidioute Towers in the kitchen.
Use the back door to the kitchen.
Distribution will be from 9 to 11 a.m.
If you are not signed up for this food, contact Russell Glenn at 484-1234 to get signed up.
Ladies Victorian Tea
Tidioute Presbyterian Church will host a Ladies Victorian Tea on Saturday, Sept. 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Entertainment will be the Conewango Clippers Barbershoppers.
Cost is $10 per person and they can be purchased from Jane McManigle at 484-3296 or Barb Downey at 589-7508
School Opening Soon
Tidioute Community Charter School will open for the 2014-2015 school on Monday, Aug. 25 for teachers and other staff members and on Tuesday, Aug. 26 for all students in grades K-4 to grade 12.
Recovering at Home
Rita Sabella is home and still on the road to recovery. She would like to express her heartfelt appreciation for all the cards, gifts, prayers and assistance that was sent her way during her long road. Rita expressed how glad she is to be home.
Members of Watson Grange met recently with Master Bob Hollabaugh presiding. Business included plans for a float to put in the Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament Parade on Saturday, Sept. 27.
A cleaning bee is set for Monday, Aug. 25.
Reports of the winners at the Warren County Fair are as follows: Watson Junior Grange placed first for its exhibit and Watson Subordinate placed second.
Juniors winners were Braden Thomson for first place for recycled, first place in Foam Craft, first place for Sculpture, first place in Photo, and first place in Wind Chimes.
Maddie Warham won second place in recycled, first place in Foam Craft, first place in Art-My Favorite Anything, first place in Wind Chime, first place in Baking, and first place in Plastic Craft.
Tanner Warham won first place in Mini Art.
Subordinate winners were Meg Froman winning first place for Animal Photos. Miranda Irons won first place in Stepping Stone, third place for Building Blocks, first place in Funny Kid Photo, second place in Seasonal Photo, first place in Close Up Photo, third place in Peanut Butter Cookies, first place in Shoo Fly Pie, third place for Chocolate Fudge, and second place for Prettiest Wind Chimes. Matt Irons won first place for My Favorite Anything, third place for Stepping Stones, first place for Building Blocks, and second place for Funny Wind Chimes. Deanna Hollabaugh won first place for Chocolate Fudge, first place for Peanut Butter Cookies, first place for Insect Photo, second place for Funny Kid Photo, first place for Beaded Christmas Ornament and third place for Animal Photo. Kelly Van Ord won second place for Stepping Stone, second place for Peanut Butter Cookies, third place for Funny Kid Photo, second place for Shoo Fly Pie, second place for Building Blocks, first place for Chocolate Fudge, third place for Prettiest Wind Chime, second place for My Favorite Anything, second place for Plastic Canvas Christmas Ornament and second place for Close Up Photo. Wendy Winkels won first place for Baby Afghan. Robin Piehuta won third place for Most Creative Wind Chime. Bob Hollabaugh won first place for Most Creative Wind Chime, first place for Seasonal Photo and second place for Animal Photo. Jean Hollabaugh won first place for Prettiest Wind Chime, first place for Other Christmas Ornament, second place for Start with a Cake Mix, first place for Full Afghan, and third place for Shoo Fly Pie.
A program conducted by Lecturer Kelly VanOrd was a theme "School". Poem-School was read by Miranda Irons; Mad Lib-School Days, Word Game, Mad Lib-Excuses for School and Ten Red Apples were read by Deanna Hollabaugh and Child's Ten Commandments was read by Jean Hollabaugh.
Election of officers for a two-year term results were: Master-Matt Irons, Overseer-John Hollabaugh, Lecturer-Kelly VanOrd, Steward-Bob Hollabaugh, Assistant Steward-Rob Burris, Lady Assistant Steward-Jean Hollabaugh, Chaplain-Alice Weaver, Treasurer-Miranda Irons, Secretary-Deanna Hollabaugh, Gatekeeper-Meg Froman, Ceres-Mary Jane Burris, Pomona-Stephanie Burris, Flora-Linda Scott, Executive member for three-year term-Miranda Irons.
The resignation of Miranda Irons from the Finance Committee was accepted and John Hollabaugh was elected to fulfill the balance of her term (two years).
The next meeting will be Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m.