Free Medicare open enrollment help
Free Medicare Open Enrollment help is available at the Youngsville Public Library for the following dates: Wednesday, Nov. 13, Wednesday, Nov. 20, and now also on Tuesday, Nov. 26, from noon to 4 p.m. Pre-registration is required for an appointment through Elaine Krill from Experience, Inc. (aka Area on Aging) at (814) 723-3763, extension 123.
To schedule a free one-on-one appointment for the dates above, contact Krill (723-3763, extension 123).
If you are directed to voicemail, leave your name, phone number, and mention you wish to schedule at Youngsville Library so that Elaine can get in touch with you.
If you cannot make the Youngsville Library November dates, it is possible to schedule an appointment for a different date at another location.
Remember to bring the following items with you to your pre-scheduled appointment: (1) your Medicare card, (2) a list of your prescription drugs, (3) dosages(s) for each drug, and (4) how often each drug is taken.
If you also need to switch Advantage Plans, bring your current Advantage Plan information as well. This is the fifth year that YPLibrary has teamed with Area on Aging to offer a convenient site for assistance.
Census taker job help at the library
On Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Youngsville Public Library will be hosting Census representatives who will help you to complete the 20-minute online application to become a door-to-door 2020 census worker from January through April. The 2020 Census is looking for people to fill roughly 400 census-taker jobs within Warren County. This could be a great part-time job or a way to make some extra spending money. Census takers are paid $16 per hour plus mileage, must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week (but may work up to 35 hours per week), and must attend training. Stop by for more information, call YPLibrary at 563-7670, or go to YoungsvilleLibrary.org/community news tab.
Rent rebate forms
Rent rebate forms and booklets are available at the Youngsville Public Library. The property tax/rent rebate program provides rebates up to $975 each year to hundreds of thousands of eligible seniors, widows, widowers, and Pennsylvanians and residents with disabilities.
Become a Library-Angel
Become a Library-Angel and help the Youngsville Public Library. From now through Monday, Dec. 23, the Youngsville Public Library has a special tree on display near the circulation desk.
The Library Angel Tree is filled with a variety of ornaments listing basic items (and their costs/donation denomination) that are vital to the survival of the library, everything from custodial supply items to energy-saving lightbulbs to office supplies, acid-free historical collection materials and more (just to name a few).
Community members are encouraged to take an ornament from the tree and make a donation at the circulation desk. You will receive a Library Angel ornament to place back on the tree for each donation denomination that is made. You also have the option to make a donation to honor of someone or in memoriam. Names of Angel Tree donors (as well as names of those being honored or donations made in memoriam) will be listed on the Youngsville Public Library’s website and the Youngsville area community news page.
“This annual fundraising event was actually started by the Friends of the Youngsville Library in 2009 in response to the wave of cuts in State and county commissioner support,” stated Library Director Kristy Wallace “and the Angel Tree has become yet another way for our library to try to counteract a portion of the over $12,000 loss in income that we have been experiencing on a yearly basis since 2009. We can’t express enough how truly grateful we are to every one of our ‘Angels’ who support us every year and patronize our wonderful library.”
Free “How to Prevent Caregiver Burnout” program
At 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 12, there will be a free program at the Youngsville Public Library discussing “How to prevent Caregiver Burnout.”
The program is presented by a representative from LIFE (Living Independence For the Elderly) NWPA. Katrina will also be available to answer questions about what options are available for home care assistance.
Borough Veterans Day hours
The Youngsville Borough office and services will be closed on Monday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veteran’s Day. The November Council meeting will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Garbage pickup regularly scheduled for Monday, Nov. 11, will be picked up on Tuesday, Nov. 12, and garbage pickup regularly scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 12, will be picked up on Wednesday, Nov. 13. Call the Borough office 563-4604 with questions.
Annual 4 Paws 4 Veterans Day Dinner
On Monday, Nov. 11, the 5th Annual 4 Paws 4 Veterans Day Dinner will be held at the Eagles Club of Warren (2101 Pa. Avenue East, Warren).
Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and lunch will be served at noon with last seating at 4 p.m.
This is a free event for Warren County veterans and their immediate family living in the household. However, space is limited and a “reservation ticket” is required. To obtain a free reservation ticket, visit Eventbrite.com, look for 5th Annual 4 Paws 4 Veterans Day Dinner in Warren.
If you don’t have internet access, contact Dolores at the Veteran’s Affairs office at (814) 728-3477. If you are severely disabled and unable to travel, contact Dolores for the arrangement for a meal to be delivered for the vet and family (you must live in Warren County for meal delivery option as well). This event is being sponsored by New Hope Assistance Dogs, Inc. with the help of Family Video of Warren, and Warren Eagles Club FOE #313.
November JoyFull Cafe menu
Free Community Meals at the JoyFull Cafe are usually held every Wednesday, from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Youngsville Free Methodist Church (179 Davis Street). Each of the meals are planned, prepared, and served by volunteers. November menu changes are as follows: Wednesday, Nov. 13, will be cheesy pasta bake & salad bar; Nov. 20 will be fried chicken, corn, and potato salad. There will be no meal on Wednesday, Nov. 27. However, a Thanksgiving community dinner will be held on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 5 p.m.
All meals are subject to change, but changes are posted on the church website (ybfree.org) or on their Facebook page. If you are interested in helping with meal service, meal preparation, or would like to donate towards the cafe pantry, contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.