Campground helps

Campground helps
LISBON -- Lock 30 Woodlands RV Campground will donate revenue from camping fees and items bought at the campground Friday to relief funds.
The campground, at 45529 Middle Beaver Road on the middle branch of Beaver Creek, will offer free hayrides, a bonfire (weather permitting), volleyball, fishing, horseshoes, refreshments and family entertainment to all recreational vehicle and tent campers.
SHS club plans walk
STRUTHERS -- Struthers High School Interact Club will have a walk-a-thon from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the high school stadium.
Proceeds will go to families of those people killed in the World Trade Center attack. Any individual, group or business wishing to participate can call Tom Baringer, club adviser, (330) 755-4845.
Million Penny Drive
GIRARD -- Girard High School's citizenship class will conduct a Million Penny Drive beginning Monday to help the victims of the terrorist attacks.
Joseph Naples, a social studies teacher, said the collection will run through Nov. 16. Collection containers will be put in area businesses.
Naples said his students decided to attempt to collect $10,000 in pennies as part of a required public service project. Proceeds will go to the Trumbull County Chapter of the American Red Cross.
"We wanted to do something different," Naples said, noting that athletic teams, student government and other groups will help collect.

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