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Photo submitted to Times Observer The success of Kiwanis results from the strong and active service of thousands of Kiwanis Club members. Kiwanis International recognizes individuals who have been Kiwanians for 25 years, and again every five years thereafter. From left are Kiwanis Club of Warren President Rocco DelPrince with Legion of Honor recipients Richard Swick (30 years) and David Winans (60 years).

WCCS Honor students

Here are the Warren County Christian School Honor students for the first quarter of the 2019-2020 school year:

Principal’s List (3.5-4.0 out of 4.0): 6thGrade: Jolene Gouak; 11th Grade: Cammie Crouse.

Merit List (3.0-3.49 out of 4.0): 2ndGrade: Joshua Chamberlain; 4th Grade: Jacee Eastman, Kensley Sheldon; 5thGrade: SheldonHoover; 6thGrade: Marilyn Emery, Olivia Sheldon; 7thGrade: Samantha Hoover; 8thGrade: Chiara Hoover, Victoria Root; 9thGrade: Devon Smith.

Family benefit

Friends of the Campbell Family are holding a benefit for them on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. at the Busti Church of God, 996 Forest Ave. Ext., Jamestown. It is a pasta bar and basket raffle.

Tickets for the dinner are $10 for adults, $6 for children age 6 to 12, and children age 5 and under are admitted free.

Brandon, 32, and Stacey, 28, Campbell are a married couple who both have been diagnosed with cancer. They have two young children and recently bought a home. Due to receiving treatment, neither are able to work at this time.

For more information, email Carna Pierce, friend, at carnap@chpc.care.

Genealogists to meet

The Warren County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, at the 1st Lutheran Church. The program for the evening will be “Speak My Name and I Shall Live Again,” a PBS presentation. This program demonstrates the importance of oral history interviews and diligent genealogical research to achieve extraordinary results. There will also be an opportunity for guests and members to seek research assistance and to share success stories with the group. Bob Duffy will provide refreshments.

The society welcomes anyone interested in family history and research. Call 723-8026 for additional information.

Craft show

The Winter Wonderland Craft Show, sponsored by Youngsville Fireman’s Auxiliary, will be held Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Youngsville Fire Hall. Admission is free. There will be 108 craft tables, and food will be available. There will also be a Chinese Auction. For information, call 563-4042 or 726-4904.

Dems to meet

The Warren County Democrats will hold their monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Jefferson DeFrees Center, 207 Second Ave., Warren.

TCCS Honor students

Here are the Tidioute Community Charter School Honor/Merit Roll students for the fall semester:

Merit Honor Roll

12th Grade

William Altman

Hanna Cornell

Jacob Hulse

Jenna Hunt

Dalton Kennedy

Derek Klos

Nakiesha Krouse

Kelsey Nuttall

Madison Payne

Shelby Proctor

Samantha Riker

Jacinda Zeller

11th Grade

Hallie Passingham

Cassandra Rison

Amalia Sabella

10th Grade

Connor Carnahan

Gavin Dashner

Jessica Hulse

Bryceton Maille

Angelina Sabella

Natalie Valentine

9th Grade

Aubrey Barnes

Lexis Drukenbrod

Jolynn Durlin

Devin Kinnear

8th Grade

Amiera Danzk

Brooksten Fors

Zaynah Gardner

Kassedy Kibbey

Callan Patterson

Alicia Sabella

Logan Sabella

Katelin Slocum

7th Grade

Darrion Craig

Michael Hulse

Marlee Nuttall

6th Grade

Sophia Bereksazi

Ashleigh Johnson

Madilyn Jordan

Cameron Kibbey

Addison Kinnear

David Manning

5th Grade

Jillian Conklin

Lainey DeVore

Peyton Hulse

Corey Mahaney

Chloe Robinson

Quinton Selfridge

Alyssa Shontz

Madelyn Warham

4th Grade

Craig Holmes

Evan Hulings

Mitchell McCauley

Haylee Riemenschneider

3rd Grade

Lennon Jukes

Hope Martin

Ethan Patterson

2nd Grade

Jade Blum

Mis Buccardo

Abigail Chapel

Jade Dahle

Zander Fehlman

Lily Kinnear

Carter McDonald

Nora Nansen

Evelyn Ongley

Mataya Ongley

Chase Perrin

Meadow Sheckler

Natalie Walter

Tanner Warham

Clayton Young

Honor Roll

12th Grade

Tylor Holmes

Adrianna Price

Bradley Spittler

11th Grade

Angelica D’Amico

Veronica D’Amico

Branden Haehn

Blake Sabella

Katie Scaife

10th Grade

Alyssa Fulton

Nathan Pyle

Treyah Selfridge

9th Grade

Caitlyn Banister

Lyli Breeding

Olivia Egger

8th Grade

Kaylee Bailor

Elizabeth Campbell

Kash Kennedy

Christopher McLaughlin-Kenney

7th Grade

Tessa Slocum

Riley Weilacher

6th Grade

Taylor Blystone

Skyler Fry

Chloe Knobloch

Ava Sabella

Brodiey Smith

4th Grade

Bryant Cool

Brycen Farnsworth

Christian Gillenwater

Zackary Sutton

2nd Grade

Ezra Bingman

Brenna Haehn

Shaela Johnson

Kaleb Lindsay

Ethan Manning

Jason Strait

Damian Taylor

Trash & treasure Bingo

There will be a trash and treasure bingo game at the Allegheny Community Center on Thursday, November 27, from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m.

Thanksgiving meal canceled

St. Francis Episcopal Church will not be hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner at the church this year. Parishioners will instead be directing their efforts toward helping The Holiday Hot Meals Ministry.

Thanksgiving dinner date correction

The Salvation Army annual Thanksgiving Dinner will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at St. Joseph’s Church, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Hazel Street, Warren.

Monetary donations to help the effort, as well as donations of turkeys and pies, are welcome. Volunteers are also needed for serving and clean-up. Those interested in contributing or looking for more information may call 723-8950.

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