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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 award recipient Al Webster. In his 30 active years of membership, Al has served as a club president and Lieutenant Governor of Division 1, Pennsylvania District.

Class lunch

The Warren Area High School Class of 1951 will meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8, at the Cornerstone. Classmates and friends welcome.

Fire services meeting

Warren County Fire Services will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9, at the 911 Center in Youngsville.

High school bowl

Kane Area High School defeated Warren Area High School, 80-59, in a recent Media One High School Bowl match at Jamestown Community College.

Nick Marconi of Kane and Gareth Smith of Warren earned Player of the Match honors.

Kane team members included Heidi Tarnaski, Sammantha Curcio, Jesse Kilcoin, Chad Greville, and Brennan Smith.

The Warren team was composed of Lindsey Dippold, Katie Moore, Storm Sivak, and Scott Stewart.

High School Bowl, now in its 59th year, is produced by Media One Group in cooperation with JCC.

High School Bowl airs at 12:10 p.m. on Saturdays on radio station WJTN and at 7 a.m. on Sundays on radio station WWSE. Matches can also be heard online at radiojamestown.com/podcasts.

Business questions at Prendergast Library

Business advisors from the Small Business Development Center at Jamestown Community College will be available at the Prendergast Library to answer any business-related questions at no cost on January 14 and January 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 509 Cherry Street, Jamestown, N.Y.

Anyone can attend on a first-come, first-serve basis to ask general business start-up or expansion questions or more specific industry questions. SBDC Advisors are experts in business plan development, packaging loan applications, financial planning including cost analysis and revenue projections, marketing and social media assistance, export and procurement guidance, complying with the permit, licensing, and other regulations, productivity enhancement, and supporting the start-up and/or expansion process for small businesses. Services are confidential and free of charge.

Seeking out information before starting your business is a positive sign that you will have the discipline it takes to operate a successful business. A business operation requires management, record keeping, taxes, financing, marketing, permits, competition analysis, and research.

Since SBDC’s start in 1986, advisors have worked with over 11,600 businesses, helping them to invest over $135,600,000 into the area’s economy, and create or save over 6,100 jobs.

For more information call (716) 338-1024 or go to our website at https://www.sbdcjcc.org/.

Garden Club meeting

Warren Garden Club Board will meet Jan. 9, 16 and Feb 13 at 1 p.m. at Tybout House, 117 Market Street.

Republicans to meet

The Warren County Republican Committee will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the HQ building at Third and Conewango.

Magic show

TCCS will hold a magic show by Majic Man Industries from Las Vegas, Nev., at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31. The show will be held at the Tidioute Community Charter School. Pre-sale tickets are $5 or $8 at the door. Contact the school at (814) 484-3550 for more information.

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