Sunday, May 29, 2011

On The Calendar

Today is Graduation Day for WHS. Congratulations to all those getting their diplomas. Enjoy every minute of it and good luck on all your future endeavors.

Tomorrow is Memorial Day, the unofficial start of the summer season. With today's temperature in the low 90s we think Mother Nature got a jump start.

Monday – May 30:

  • Memorial Day Ceremonies – 9 AM at the Veteran's Memorial - 4th Street Square

Tuesday – May 31:

  • Wellsville Council Finance Committee – 2 PM at Village Hall – 1200 Main St.

Wednesday – June 1:

  • Joshua Project Clothing Give-away – 12 Noon to 6 PM at New Hope Community Church - 43152 State Rt. 39

  • Wellsville Volunteer Fireman's Festival Homecoming – 5 PM at Nicholson Stadium Practice Field

Thursday – June 2:

  • Free day – nothing on our calendar except for the Fireman's Carnival

Friday – June 3:

  • WHS Football Boosters Touch Down Club – Hot dog sale at Calcutta Giant Eagle – 11 AM to 6 PM

  • Fireman's Carneval – Day 3

Saturday – June 4:

  • Mason's Breakfast – 7:30 to 10 AM at Masonic Lodge – Main St.

  • Wellsville Sports Physicals – 8 AM to Noon at WHS – 1 Bengal Dr.

  • Wellsville Honor Roll Committee Tag Day – 9 AM to Noon

  • First Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast – 10 AM at the church – 1401 Center St.

  • WHS Football Boosters Touch Down Club – Hot dog sale at Calcutta Giant Eagle – 11 AM to 6 PM

  • WVFD Festival Homecoming Parade – 3 PM – Call Jamie McMahon at 330-831-9061 for details

  • WHS Baseball Booster Club Wiffle Ball Tournament – 3 PM at Hammonds Park

Sunday June 5:

  • Worship at a church of your choice.

  • River Museum Open House – 1 to 4 :30 PM – 1003 Riverside Ave.

Wellsville's Memorial Day Ceremonies begin at 9 AM at 4th Street. After the opening there will be a parade from there to Spring Hill Cemetery. The VFW is serving breakfast from 7 AM to 8:45 and will also be serving a light lunch after the conclusion. Both will be served at the Post at 359 Main St.

Wednesday is the start of the annual WVFD's Carnival. It will run through Saturday. There will be rides, music, games and those world famous homemade French fries each day. They come from as far away as Georgia just to get a taste of those fries. Your support of our fire fighters is greatly appreciated.

Sunday starts the first day for the River Museum Open House. The museum will be open for tours each Sunday afternoon for the season. Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted.

Have a good week everyone...

ole nib

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

No fireworks this year at the firemen's carnival ? It was always a very nice display.