The board of directors of the Philomel Club of Warren will hold its annual spring meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 20, at Betts Park. All directors are urged to attend this vitally important meeting, remembering to “mask up” as required by the state.
Crime Stoppers meeting
The Warren County Crime Stoppers will not meet the month of May because of the current coronavirus restrictions. The next meeting is scheduled for 8 a.m. June 17 at the Warren County Courthouse.
Penn State Extension and Warren County 4-H reminds members they must enroll through the 4-H Online Enrollment System by June 1. The online enrollment site is pa.4honline.com. A user’s guide is available by contacting the office.
Members participating in an animal science project must also enroll their animal(s) by June 1. Forms for animal enrollments may be obtained by contacting the Penn State Extension office in Warren County at (814) 563-9388 or locate them online at http://extension.psu.edu/4-h/counties/warren/forms.
If you have questions regarding the 4-H enrollment process, contact Jennifer Grooms or Ruth Valone at (814) 563-9388.
Administered in Pennsylvania by Penn State Extension, 4-H is a non-formal educational youth-development program of the United States Department of Agriculture that helps young people develop knowledge and skills to become capable, caring and contributing citizens.
To find your local program, visit the Penn State Extension website at https://extension.psu.edu/programs/4-h.
Halls of Ivy
Jamestown Community College has announced the names of students who are degree and certificate candidates for graduation in May.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions on large public gatherings, traditional commencement ceremonies for JCC’s May 2020 graduates are postponed until December and will be held on JCC’s Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses.
“JCC’s commencement is always a significant event for our students,” said JCC president Daniel DeMarte. “They work extremely hard, and many overcome significant challenges to obtain a college education. This year, in particular, we are applauding students for the determined manner in which they adjusted to changes brought on by the COVID-19 situation to achieve their academic goals.”
Candidates from Warren County include:
Clarendon: Mitchell Hoffman (A.A.S.: Mechanical Technology-Design), Hunter Lobdell (A.A.S.: Criminal Justice-Police)
Columbus: Dayl Pearson (A.A.S.: Nursing)
Pittsfield: Linsey Jukes (A.S.: Physical Education Studies)
Russell: Travis Hanson (A.A.S.: Mechanical Technology-Machine Tool), Erin Motter (A.A.S.: Nursing), Neil Rossman (A.S.: Biotechnology), Ross Venman (A.A.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Social Science)
Sheffield: Faite Smith (A.A.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Social Sciences-Psychology)
Spring Creek: Kelsey Dias (A.S.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Mathematics & Science), Amy Maisner (A.A.S.: Nursing)
Sugar Grove: Cheyanna Borland (A.A.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Social Sciences-Psychology), Christina Childs (A.A.S.: Nursing), Kayla Littlefield-Porter (A.A.S.: Nursing)
Warren: Kimberly Campbell (A.A.S.: Nursing), Alexis Colvin (A.A.S.: Individual Studies and Certificate: Digital Audio Production), Natalie Genung (A.S.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Mathematics & Science), Savannah Govoni (A.S.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Mathematics & Science), Christian Johnson (A.S.: Individual Studies), Michael Lyon (A.A.S.: Business-Business Administration), Craig McFadden (A.S.: Communication), Sydney Nuhfer (A.S.: Individual Studies), Philip Passinger (A.A.S.: Mechanical Technology-Design), Ashley Pitner (A.A.S.: Nursing), Tesla Pollen (A.A.S.: Occupational Therapy Assistant), Isiss Pratz (A.A.: Liberal Arts & Sciences: Social Science), Elijah Rutenber (A.S.: Media Arts and Certificate: Digital Graphic Design & Publishing), Siby Thomas (A.S.: Business-Business Administration)
Pinning ceremonies to celebrate the achievements of Jamestown Community College’s nursing program graduates were held May 14.
The graduates are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for registered nurses.
The Jamestown Campus program honored graduates including:
Dayl Pearson of Columbus; Erin Motter of Russell; Amy Maisner of Spring Creek; Christina Childs, Kayla Littlefield-Porter, and Ashley Pitner of Sugar Grove, and; Kimberly Campbell of Warren.
VFW Post 8803
VFW Post 8803 will hold a Memorial Day service on Monday, May 25. Veterans will be leaving The Post at 10 a.m. as usual to begin their march up to our cemetery. The short service will begin upon their arrival. There will be no reception after the service; no admittance into the club.
Members ask that everyone comply with social distancing and recommended or mandated COVID-19 safety precautions. After careful consideration for the safety of those in attendance and those participating, the decision was made to conduct a short and respectful service.