STOYSTOWN VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY GOLF SCRAMBLE
Sunday, July 10th @1:OOpm
INDIAN LAKE GOLF CLUB
Food catered by The Chuckwagon, beverages
and prizes @ LEGION PICNIC PAVILLION following the scramble.
$75.00 per person OR $300 per TEAM
**Each participant will receive an additional pass
for a REDUCED round of golf at the private course**
Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets!
1 DelGrosso Park Tickets Sharon Fox
2 - $50 Dairy Queen Gift Card Lynn Barnhart
3 - $100 Mulch King Gift Card Cecil Lohr
4 Leaf Blower Nolan Reed
5 - $200 Cash Prize Lorie Tawney
6 - $100 Giant Eagle Gift Card Cindy Penatzer
7 - $100 Highland Harley Davidson Gift Card Jane Snyder
8 - $50 Tractor Supply Gift Card Dianna Steck
9 - $100 Walmart Gift Card Jim Meyers
10 - $200 Cash Prize Louie Lepley
11 Mountain Playhouse Tickets Jason Griffith
12 - $100 Whispering Pines Greenhouse Gift Card Dorothy Keller
13 - $50 Kings and Queens Gift Card Susan Krents
14 - $50 Market Basket Gift Card Dean Metzgar
15 - $200 Cash Prize Harry Bentrim
16 - $100 Lowes Gift Card Don Miller
17 - $50 Clothesline Gift Card Chemstream
18 Pittsburgh Pirate Tickets Dot Spangler
19 Push Mower Brian Johnson
20 - $200 Cash Prize Marie Shifflett
21 Mostollers Convenient Store $50 Car Wash Gift Card Roberta Lohr
22 - $100 Sheetz Gift Card James Jurgevich
23 The Welness Center 3 month gym pass Amanda Wyant
24 ShopVac Addam Pristas
25 - $500 Cash Prize Jeanne Custer
25/25/50 Winners Joan Rea and Ralph Browning
The Officers and Membership of the Stoystown Volunteer Fire Company regret to announce the passing of Life Member Norbert Rosenbaum. Norberts 4 sons, Michael, Adam, Chris and Arron are current active members of the fire company. We would like to extend our sincere condolences to the entire Rosenbaum family. Norbert will be greatly missed by all.
Norbert R. Rosenbaum, 67, of Stoystown, passed on April 9, 2016 at home. Born December 14, 1948 in Stoystown, he is a son of the late Leo and Rita (Beiter) Rosenbaum. He is also preceded in death by an infant son and father-in-law Clyde H. Ware. Norbert is survived by his wife JoAnnette (Ware) Rosenbaum; children Matthew Rosenbaum and wife Kari, Anjanette Daniels and husband Sean, Michael Rosenbaum and wife Joelle, Molly Moody and husband Brian, Beth Rosenbaum, Adam Rosenbaum and wife Kristie, Christopher Rosenbaum and wife Erika, and Aaron Rosenbaum and wife Catlin; grandchildren Alex, Caleb, and Kambria Rosenbaum, Jonathan, Emily, and Jeremiah Daniels, Ethan and Ian Rosenbaum, Cora, Issac, and Adalind Moody, Brandon Wiley, Hunter Rosenbaum, Kaylee and Olivia Rosenbaum, and expected Baby Leo Rosenbaum; brothers George, Bernard, John, David, Lambert, Luke, Karl, and Chris; and sisters Janet, Agnes, Lucy, and Mary.
Norbert was a veteran of the US Marine Corps 1st Marine Air Wing from 1968-1972 and served in Vietnam. Upon his return, he was a dairy farmer, and also worked at Highland Tank , and Somerset Planning and Engineering. He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church in Hooversville, the Stoystown Fire Department, the Stoystown American Legion, and the Highland Tank Families and Friends Group. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, and Maple Sugar Season, and, most of all, spending time with his family and grandchildren. A funeral mass will be held at 10am Tuesday at Holy Family Church in Hooversville, Fr. Karl Kolodziejski celebrant. The family will receive friends at the church 1 hour prior to the mass. Military rites will be accorded by the Somerset County Honor Guard. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Stoystown Fire Department or Holy Family Church in Hooversville. Arrangements by Miller Funeral Home and Crematory, Somerset.
The winner of our wild boar hunt ticket was Brett Barron. The ticket was for a two man trophy Russian-European wild boar hunt. Brett took along Samuel Sanner. Congratulations on their successful hunt. We would like to thank Bob and Gina Wiedenhoft from Stonebridge Hunting Ranch Stoystown for their support to the fire company. Please visit Stonebridge Hunting Ranch 253 Wiedenhoft Ln Stoystown, PA 15563 814-893-6187 for more information on hunts.
DID YOU REMEBER TO CHANGE YOUR BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE DETECTORS?
NBC Nightly News on First Responder response times. This is a good news report (video). So please, if you see an approaching emergency vehicle, pull over to the right (move over) and let the emergency vehicle pass.
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