The Warren Area Student Union, a nonprofit that aims to serve the youth of Warren County, said it is thankful to all the donors who contributed to the current fundraising campaign. That includes Mr. and Mrs. David A. Blair, John M. Bowler, Diane Brant, Jim Davidson, David R. Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. James Greenland, Terry Russell Hockensmith, Gary and Penny Lester, Robert and Donna Lewis, Lisa McManus, Kevin Mead, Patricia M. O’Dea, Olivia Sechriest, Peter and Margery Smith, Joe and Beth Sprenz, Evelyn A. Stufflebeam, Warren Firefighters and Phyllis Wright.
Women’s Expo held
The Butch Hulings Memorial Scholarship held its first annual Women’s Expo on Oct. 15. BHMS provides two scholarships to Warren or Forest County graduating students who are pursuing education in a trade/technical school. The non-profit 501(c)(3) was created in memory of George “Butch” Hulings of Tidioute and has been providing scholarships since 2019. This year’s expo provided general health checks, a free self-defense course, vendors, games, an auction, and raffles. Next year’s Women’s Expo will be held on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 4 p.m. to 8.pm. Interested vendors can email BHMS2019@yahoo.com and this email can be used to request additional information about the scholarship or the expo. The scholarship application is available on the group’s Facebook page and can be requested via email.