Photo submitted to Times Observer Students from Bradford Area High School and Warren Area High School attended a pre-opening show at the Crary Art Gallery on Friday, Oct. 6. The exhibition titled, A Legacy of Observation, features juried works by current students and alumi of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (EUP). Six of the featured artists and EUP instructor Professor Terry McKelvey spoke to local high school students about their work and the art programs at EUP. The exhibition at the Crary will be on display until October 28. Pictured are students from Warren Area High School receiving an overview of the show from Professor McKelvey, with WAHS art teacher Mrs. Hendricks on the left and artist Maggie Myers on the right.

Pleasant leaf


The Pleasant Township supervisors have announced its road crew will begin leaf pick in the established designated areas the week of October 16 and will continue through November 22, contingent on the weather. This serves as a reminder that leaf burning is prohibited in areas that leaf pickup is available as stated in the Pleasant Township Ordinance No. 2-07 that regulates and restricts outdoor fires within the township.

Pleasant trick-or-treating

Pleasant Township will follow the same trick-or-treating hours that the City of Warren establishes — from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 31.

Staff training

The Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunities Council will be closed on Monday, Oct. 16, for staff training. EOC will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17.

Bon-Ton Lunch

The Bon-Ton Lunch Group will meet at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, at Richards Restaurant in Youngsville.

Library donations

Recent gifts to Warren Library Association:

In memory of:

Thomas Capello

Donna Chase

Evangeline Chase

Michelene “Mickey” Colgrove

Ronald James Dunbar

Bud Gray

Agnes P. Green

Terri Gruver

Evelyn Haller

Donna Harmon

Susan Sanford Hultman

Howard Jarvis

Helen Kroemer

Jeffrey Lyle

The Middle of Biddle Street Neighbors

Rowena Nelson

Keith O’Neil

Ora J. Orinko

Jeffrey Phelps

Marjorie Phelps

Gary Smith

Dorothy Turner

Patricia Williams

Margaret E. Wolfe

In honor of: Erin Belleau and Pao Torres; Kiera Makielski and Hannah Green; Toby and Sue Shea’s 50th wedding anniversary; and Dora Squatriti.

Class lunch

The Warren High School Class of 1952 is going to lunch at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Perkins Restaurant. All classmates, spouses and companions are invited.


The Warren High School class of 1956 will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Cable Hollow Golf Course.

Township Officials

Officials representing townships of the second class in Warren County will convene Monday, Oct. 16, at the Youngsville Fire Hall for their annual fall county convention.

The purpose of the annual convention is to provide township officials with up-to-date information to help them better serve their residents and to give them an opportunity to exchange ideas on local government issues.

The convention will feature a wide range of speakers, including Elam Herr, assistant executive director of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors. Herr will talk about legislation affecting townships of the second class, association programs and services for townships, and issues of major importance to townships and their residents.

The State Association of Township Supervisors represents Pennsylvania’a 1,453 townships of the second class, 21 of which are located in Warren County.


The October guided hike of the ANF Chapter of the North Country Trail Association will be led by Shelby Gangloff on Sunday, Oct. 22. Participants will meet at the ‘snowmobile’ parking lot — Longhouse parking area GPS coordinates 41.766194, -78.877779 — on Route 321 between Route 59 and Kane, no later than 12:30 p.m. Shuttle arrangements will be made then. The five-mile hike will go from Route 6 to either Gibbs Hill Road or to Bob’s Trading Post for dinner and dessert. Conditions are described as gently rolling and suitable for all hikers.

Friendly dogs are welcome.

Participants are asked to dress for the weather in appropriate layers that can be easily removed and put back on.

Hospice donations

Hospice of Warren County, a non-profit affiliate of Warren General Hospital received contributions during the month of September, enhancing the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve.

Donations were received in memory of The Ernest & Edith Albaugh family, Lena Black, Theodore “Ted” Bogdan, Ruby Cataldo, Donna Chase, Mary Ann Church, Dan Cole, The Anthony & Victoria Corbran family, John Francis Downey, Roy & Dorothy Fasenmyer, Kenneth Gebhardt, Bertie & Andy Glotz, Howard Jarvis, Janet L. Johnson, Alberta Kirkpatrick, Charles Knopf, Helen Kroemer, Deborah “Debbie” Lord, Jeffrey Lyle, Don & Sandy Neal, Thomas O’Brien, Lorraine Olson, Lloyd J. Paul, Marjorie Phillips, Barbara Pickerman,, Joseph & Irene Pollock, Dorothy Seiz, Neil Siefert, Anne Smith, Gary Smith, Edwin Streich, Richard Strohmeyer Sr. Charles Theuret, Elizabeth Trusso, Dorothy Turner, Harold VanGilder, Charmaine Vavala, Arthur Ward and Gladys Woodring.

Those wishing to make a donation may do so to Hospice of Warren County at P.O. Box 68, Warren, PA 16365 or online at www.hospiceofwarrencounty.com/donations.

Your donations support our comprehensive Hospice Program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Service, and our extensive Bereavement Services.


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