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Youngsville Old Fashion Christmas is drive-through event

JOYFUL CAFE MENU THROUGH NOVEMBER Free community meals at the JoyFul Cafe are usually held every Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Youngsville Free Methodist Church, 179 Davis St. Each of the meals are planned, prepared and served by volunteers. The November menu is: ¯ Nov. 18 — ...

Youngsville programming includes fundraisers, free events

ADVOCATING FOR LIBRARIES, JUST AN EMAIL AWAY “Since the editor’s powerful editorial on (Sept.) 16 spotlighting how the public libraries in Pennsylvania are facing down the barrel of a 58% cut in state funding, Youngsville Public Library has received a lot of phone calls from patrons ...

Free programming open for the public to enjoy

FREE CHAPMAN STATE PARK PROGRAMS AUGUST 7-9 The following programs are free and open to the public. Chapman State park is located at 4790 Chapman Dam Road, Clarendon, PA 16313. For more information visit Chapman State Park on Facebook or contact Jen Moore at 814-723-0259 or jennmoore@pa.gov. ...

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Boro updates Boro office hours: The Boro Office will be open to the public beginning Friday when the county goes green. However, members of the public must wear appropriate masks upon entry to the building, in an effort to protect staff and limit human contact as instructed by the CDC and ...

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Sewer/water line project, library needs This year’s Warren Gives donations will be going towards (a) the second phase of the library’s unexpected sewer/water line project form 2019 (which includes backfill, gravel, grass seed, labor, etc.), (b) gutter replacements caused by storm damage ...

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Grand Valley Volunteer Fire Department donation Brokenstraw Valley Fund (BVF) recently awarded Garland Volunteer Fire Department with a grant check of $1,000 to assist with GVFD’s purchase of vehicle stabilizing cribbing equipment. Local fire departments and rescue squads provide ...

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Borough updates The Youngsville Borough office continues to be open by phone, email, and through the dropbox to the right of the front doors. Utility payments can continue to be made either by mail or via the dropbox. Contact the borough at (814) 563-4604 with further questions, Kim Hall, ...

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Borough updates Cemetery Volunteers needed: Youngsville Cemetery is looking for volunteers to help with mowing and upkeep. If you are interested in helping, contact Bruce Kay at 563-9480. YVFD Mother’s Day BBQ: Sunday, May 10, the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department is having a ...

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Penn State scholarships Warren County Penn State Alumni will award a $500 scholarship to two Warren County students beginning studies at any Penn State campus this fall. To obtain application forms, call Bruce Williams at (814) 723-8555 or e-mail to christa_williams5@aol.com and forms ...

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Borough updates Utility payments may be mailed to the office (40 Railroad Street) or placed in the drop-box. The Youngsville Borough office is still open by phone, email and through the dropbox to the right of our front doors in an effort to protect staff and limit human contact as instructed ...

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Borough updates The Youngsville Borough office and services will be closed Friday, April 10, in observance of Good Friday. The Youngsville Borough office will resume being open by phone, emails, and through the drop-box to the right of the front doors on Monday, April 13. On the Borough ...

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Borough Updates For the latest borough information, visit the Youngsville Borough’s Facebook page. There you can learn details about various programs, such as the times and days for the WCSD’s “Grab-and-Go” breakfast and lunch pick-ups scheduled at Youngsville High School as well as ...

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It’s said that in times of crisis, you will always find the helpers. Nordland Music Studio in Youngsville is offering complimentary lessons for any musician looking to practice their skills and take advantage of the down-time. Being 37 weeks pregnant, Joanna Nordland, owner and teacher ...

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Public library update As mandated by Governor Tom Wolfe, there was a statewide closure of all public libraries in PA in alignment with school closures. Following a period of monitoring and evaluation (through Sunday, March 29), public libraries will then be informed, by the state, about ...

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BVSPool Fundraiser Support the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool and attend the 6th Annual “Night at the Races” fundraising event this Saturday, March 14, at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Doors will be open at 6 p.m. with races beginning at 7 p.m. All proceeds will benefit the ...

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“Freezin’ for a Reason” Dare to join the brave souls who will be taking a giant leap into the winter waters of the Brokenstraw Creek at Island Park in Youngsville on Saturday, Feb. 15, to support Love INC’s 8th Annual “Leap for Love” Fundraiser. Registration is at 10:30 a.m., ...

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Tax Form Info. The federal, state, and local governments are pushing to have more individuals file online. In 2018, libraries received a letter from the IRS stating that the Federal Government will no longer allow libraries to order hard copies of forms or instruction booklets for the ...

Youngsville man charged with assault

A Youngsville man has been charged with assaulting a juvenile. Craig A. Conrad, 37, of Youngsville, faces charges of strangulation, simple assault, and harassment. According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Jan. 31, the victim was allegedly tossed around a room by Conrad, suffering ...

Youngsville man pleads guilty to improper contact

A Youngsville man has pled guilty to corruption of minors for inappropriately touching two underage girls. David W. Dickson, 72, pled guilty before President Judge Maureen Skerda to two counts of corruption of minors which do not carry sexual offender registration requirements. In ...

Police seek animal cruelty suspect

A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Youngsville man accused of severely beating a dog with a wooden stool. Brandon M. Kramrich, 38, of Youngsville, is charged with theft by unlawful taking, aggravated cruelty to animals — torture; unauthorized use of a motor vehicle; cruelty to ...