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Women’s Club of Tyrone gears up for fourth annual dinner dance/auction


Pictured is Tammy Emigh of the Women’s Club of Tyrone receiving a check from Basil Selden, M.D., representative of the Tyrone Hospital medical staff. Dr. Selden is also the medical director of the Tyrone Hospital emergency room. This donation will go towards the dinner dance to benefit the Tyrone Hospital. This year’s dinner dance and auction will be held on Saturday, April 5 at 6 p.m. at the U.S. Hotel on South Juniata Street in Hollidaysburg. For more information about sponsorship, to make a donation, or to purchase tickets, contact Fran Bigelow at 684-4392 or Rose Black at the Tyrone Area Chamber of Commerce at 684-0736. (Courtesy photo)

The business and professional people, craftsmen, and corporations of Tyrone and the surrounding areas have long been known for their generosity when it comes to supporting area fundraisers.
The fourth annual dinner dance/auction hosted by the Women’s Club of Tyrone to benefit the Tyrone Hospital Emergency/Triage area renovation is the latest recipient of this generous community support.
Additional sponsors are: Diamond Benefactor: David and Janet Hileman and Tyrone Hospital Medical Staff. Benefactor: DeHaas Builders, Shoe Fly Shoe, The Family Clothesline, Walter S. VanDyke, and Jerome DeJulia, MD. Supporting: American Eagle Paper Mills, Home Nursing Agency, Seven Points Bait and Grocery, Ned and Rhelda Newlin. Patron: Albemarle Corporation, Bruce Cox General Contractor, Coca Cola Bottling, Feller Memorial Home, Healthy Alternatives, Jeff Long General Contracting, Logan Beverage, Miles Financial Services, Nittany Eye Associates, Rambo Properties, Roy Pazmino, M.D., William Beers Plumbing and Heating, Suzanne Bigelow-Cherry, Esq., Scott Cowfer Contractor, JC’s Barber Shoppe, Craig and Patty Kilmer, Jim and Bonnie Crawford, Carolyn and Chris Updyke, Fred and Rebecca Buckreis.
Additional live auction items and their sponsors are: 1. Remington Model 770, 270 Winchester Caliber hunting rifle courtesy of Old Pike Gun Shop. 2. Four day, three night all inclusive Mexico Vacation courtesy of Amy Emenhiser, Heritage Travel, Apple Vacation and RIU Resorts. 3. Foursome round of golf at Bedford Springs Resort courtesy of: Gary Bickle, Leonard DelBaggio, Greg Ferguson, Richard Stever and Greg Wharton. 4. Jewelry courtesy of Karen Bonnevo DeHaas Gem Jewelry Appraiser.
Additional silent auction items: Pepsi Bottling, Sinking Valley Country Club, Summit Country Club, Standing Stone Country Club, Down River Country Club, Calvin House Mother’s Day Buffet.
The dinner dance will be held at the US Hotel on Saturday, April 5 at six o’clock p.m. Live music will be provided during the dinner hour, and dancing will follow. Both silent and live auctions will be part of the evening.