Photo submitted to Times Observer Pack 782 held its Pinewood Derby recent. From left, in front, are Hunter Ganoe , Bentley Vincent, Owen Damcott, Issacc Bleech, Brody Connolly, and Breylan Schaffer and, in back, Samara Silva, Dominick Mckee, Noah Bleech, Jack Monroe, Kayla Mckee, Nick Schaffer, Sebastian Lawson, and Lillian Silva.

Bridge results

At the Community Center Bob Kellogg-was first and Alice Kellogg second. At the Woman’s Club Marge Polito was first with Alice Kellogg second and at the library, Thursday night Patty Baker was first and Bill Massa second.

Shrove Tuesday pancake supper

The Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper sponsored by the LOGOS family ministry program at First UM Church, 200 Market Street, is being held Tuesday, March 5, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in Founder’s Hall on the 2nd floor. The menu is pancakes, sausage, applesauce, and jello.

The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 5 & under.

Takeouts are available.

Fire police to meet

The Warren County Fire Police will meet at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 3, at Tidioute Fire Hall. If you have not yet signed up for the awards banquet, contact Nancy Burton by March 3.

Halls Of Ivy

Jamestown Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter, Alpha Kappa Beta, inducted new members recently on the Jamestown (N.Y.) Campus.

Phi Theta Kappa, the national two-year college honor fraternity, has chapters on the Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses. A student must achieve at least a 3.50-grade point average to be considered for induction and must have two faculty recommendations.

Meagan Marsh, a 2013 JCC alumna and children’s ministry director at Park United Methodist Church, was the guest speaker.

Inductees included: Haley Spicer, Russell; Evan Honsberger, Sugar Grove; and, Lily Fitch, Philip Passinger, and Elijah Rutenber, Warren.

R.O.A.R. meeting

R.O.A.R. (Revitalization of Akeley and Russell) will be holding a kickoff meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at the Russell United Methodist Church Ministry Center to make plans for the Pine Grove Days celebration. All are welcome to attend.

Michelle Marion Memorial Scholarship

Applicants can visit:

https://www.goingmerry.com/scholarships/michelle-marion-memorial-scholarship/awards/may-2019 for the 2019 Michelle Marion Memorial Scholarship.

The award committee will award two $500 scholarships annually to eligible students.

This scholarship was established in memory of a dear friend and colleague, Michelle Marion, who passed away in early 2018 Michelle held her doctorate in Physical Therapy, going back later in life to receive her advanced degree. She worked in a variety of therapy settings including in-patient, out-patient, and home health. Michelle was a firm believer in the value of education. She was a beloved member of the Warren Community both professionally and personally. Every patient that came in contact with Michelle felt respected and well cared for. Her coworkers and friends felt the best way to honor her memory was to establish this scholarship in her name.

Applicants must be a high school senior within Warren County School District and live in Warren County. The applicant must also be accepted into a pre-medical program (with preference to physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, nursing), and be in the top 25 percent of their graduating class.

Submissions must be received by Saturday, May 18.

Kinzua Knit-Away

The April 5 and 6 Kinzua Knit-Away is not far away. It will be held at the First United Methodist Church at 200 Market Street, Warren. The Friday night event will begin at 6 p.m. in the Covert Room at the FUMC with Carol Howard from Cinco C’s Alpaca Farm will be a talk on “All Things Alpaca.” The entrance fee for the talk, prizes, and food is $8.

Many of the Saturday Fiber classes are filled. Check the website at kinzuaknitaway.com to see what classes still have spaces. Registration ends March 10. Download the registration form at kinzuaknitaway.com. If you don’t have internet, call (814) 688-0293.

There will be vendors that carry raw alpaca, wool and angora. Featured local yarn shops are Cala Lily, Imagine, Yarn Vault, Knit-Kits to Go and Embraceable Ewe. For the first time, Jamie Tagba will be featuring her Etsy store, Modified Mix, and Diane’s Sugar Shack from the Randolph, N.Y., area will display their wares. Back again this year is TurtleMade, hand-dyed yarn by Jen Kemery. Very popular is Linda Mason Designs with her felted items and jewelry.

You won’t want to miss the Fiber Market on Saturday, April 6, at the First United Methodist Church from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The entrance fee is $3. Door prizes will be available and a grand prize basket will be given away at 4:45 p.m. You need not be present to win.