Hospice of Warren County received contributions during the month of July in memory of Mary Emily Allen, Marjorie Bosin Barry, Jane C. Betts, Mark R. Bevevino, Betsy C. Brinkley, Patrick H. Brown, Larry Burns, Florence California, Robert Champagne, John and Phyllis Chitester, Marcia Cosmano, Steve Cosmano, Joan Cristafora, Walt Crouch, Mary Danielson, Daralyn Darts, Bonnie Dickson, Autumn Ditonto, John O. Feeny, Jerry Frank, Joseph Gabriel, Clair Gage, Pamela Jane Gay, Ken Goldthwaite, Russell Grosch, Gloria Grotzinger, Dave and Betty Harrington, Eugene Hetrick, Elizabeth Hoffman, Royce Huston, Phillip Ittel, Carolyn Jacobson, Alberta Kirkpatrick, Wilbert Knapp, Sue Kosinski, Deb LaJoy, Arthur C. Lane, Jerome and Roberta Leonard, Janet Lindell, Rae Lindell, Bill and Patty Lundahl, Ann Mallinson, William L. Martin, Tom McGraw, Virginia Meyers, Karlene Molinaro, James Morrison, Jerry Nelson, Homer and Katie Nevel, Thomas O’Brien, Cyril Paden, Lloyd J. Paul, Margaret Peterson, Dick and Donna Ponsoll, Harry and Helen Punsky, Ginny Reiff, Theresa Ressler, Thomas Ressler, Joyce Rohlin, Laura “Nan” Rossiter, Meg Sabat, Mary C. Scott, Leroy Streich, William Thompson, Brian Tracy, Joseph Tutaro, Priscilla Van Tassel, Ralph Wade, Keith Waddell, Sandy Watson, Ronald A. Whitney, Florence Wightman, Irene Williams, Robbie Williams, Edwin Zevotek, and Marian Ziki. And, also in honor of Susan Klebacha, Dick and Dusky Merenick on their 50th wedding anniversary, Robert Merenick, and Lisa To.
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. Donations support a comprehensive Hospice Program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Services, and The Schorman Center — A Place for Healing Grief and Loss.
Indivisible Warren PA
Indivisible Warren PA will hold its bimonthly meeting this Thursday, Aug. 8, at Emanuel Church of Christ (1710 Pennsylvania Ave. East, Warren), from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. For more information on Indivisible, see www.indivisibleguide.com.
Tuesday afternoon at the Allegheny Community Center, Audrey Cable was first and Alice Kellogg was second. At the Woman’s Club Thursday afternoon, Connie Michell and Joyce Hill were first and second. Rita Mancuso placed first Thursday evening at the library with Marjorie Polito and Dave Benedict tied for second.
Free Nature Day at Audubon
Let children explore unstructured outdoor play in a safe environment while you learn how to continue the nature play experience at home.
Come to Audubon Community Nature Center’s next Nature Play Day on Saturday morning, Aug. 17.
Children ages two to eight and their favorite adults can drop in anytime from 10 a.m. to noon at the Nature Play Area. It is an open-house format so you can stay as long as you would like.
At Nature Play Days, young children are free to be creative with what nature provides — plus a few additional supplies from Audubon. Extra materials that change with the weather and season are placed in the play area, and a naturalist is present to answer questions and provide information.
Unstructured play outdoors is beneficial to a child’s physical and mental development as well as their understanding and appreciation of the natural world. Unfortunately, concerns about safety, location, materials and the value of play are often barriers to creating these experiences. This program aims to inspire both kids and adults to make discoveries and feel more comfortable about the natural world through play.
Adults are required to stay with their children, and you may want to bring a chair, snacks, and water or a drink. Be prepared for outdoor play. Wear clothes and footwear that can get wet and dirty. You may want to bring an extra change of clothes or a towel for the car ride home.
Reservations are appreciated and can be made by calling (716) 569-2345 or going online to AudubonCNC.org/programs and clicking on “Current Schedule.” Walk-ins are welcome.