XReports will be given by Dorothy Durina and Rosie Sferra when Liberty 55-Plus Seniors meet at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Rocco Church Hall, 239 Trumbull Court, Liberty. Mary Eck will preside, and hostesses will be Vi Castor and Louise Leone. Plans for the Mother's Day luncheon will be made. Birthdays will be observed, a 50-50 drawing will be held, and cards will be played.
X55-Plus Club-Mineral Ridge will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at St. Mary Church. Members will dine out after the meeting. New members are welcome. Call (330) 544-0963.
AARP 2520
XPoland Chapter 2520, AARP, will meet at 1 p.m. Monday at Poland United Methodist Church, 1940 Boardman-Poland Road, where members can sign up for the June picnic. Guest speaker will be Denise Ellis from Hospice. Nonperishable items are needed for the church food pantry. Visitors and new members are welcome. The executive committee will meet at noon.
AARP 4545
XA meeting of Boardman South Chapter 4545, AARP, will be held at 11:30 a.m. May 5 at the Holiday Inn South, McKay Court, Boardman, with Elmer Haidle presiding. Stuffed pork chops or perch francaise are the menu choices; cost is $12.50. Reservations must be made by April 28 by sending a check, with menu choice indicated, to Lois Mitchell, 7007 Clingan Road, No. 13, Poland, OH 44514, or calling (330) 707-0554. A program on fraud investments will be given by a representative of Edward Jones Associates, and anniversaries and birthdays will be observed. Guests and new members are welcome.
Members are reminded to report illnesses and deaths to Christine Anderson at (330) 726-6861.
AARP 4611
XYoungstown Chapter 4611, AARP, will hold an executive board meeting at noon Wednesday with a regular meeting at 12:30 p.m. at St. Augustine Church, Parmalee Avenue. Ola Tate, a registered nurse, will be the speaker on health awareness. A 50-50 raffle will be held, and refreshments will be served. Members are reminded to pay their 2005 dues and asked to call (330) 746-3106 to report sickness or death. New members are welcome.
XCrafts and cards are planned for a meeting of Brownlee Woods Seniors at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Faith Community United Church of Christ, corner of Sheridan Road and Midlothian Boulevard. New members are welcome.
XCampbell Memorial High School January and June Classes of 1947 will meet for breakfast at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Denny's in Boardman.
XThe executive committee of the Campbell Senior Citizens will hold a board meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Tandy Apartments in Campbell.
XCoitsville Seniors will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Town Hall. Pizza will be served.
XMusical entertainment will be provided when the Croatian Pensioners of the Mahoning Valley meet at noon Thursday at Lodge 66 Croatian Home, Vestal Road. Dues will be collected. Reservations for the 35th Founders Day Dinner will be taken by Veronica Fabanish. She can also be reached at (330) 799-0270. Make checks payable to Croatian Pensioners and mail to her at 1822 Elm Trace, Austintown, OH 44515.
Illnesses should be reported to Agnes Sakoman (330) 759-1648. New members are welcome.
XGeneral Electric Quarter Century Club will have its 60th annual meeting and dinner next Sunday at the Croatian Home, 3200 Vestal Road, Youngstown. All retirees of the Austintown Products Plant and the former Youngstown Lamp Plant are invited. Reservations are required by Wednesday and should be sent in care of the Quarter Century Club at 280 N. Meridian Road, Youngstown, OH 44509. For more information, call (330) 770-0715, (330) 398-1129 or (330) 270-5218.
XGirard Senior Citizens will meet at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the senior center. A business meeting will be held, and bingo will be played.
XGirard OldTimers Club will meet at 11 a.m. Thursday at Mahoning County Club.
XHoly Family Seniors will meet at 11:30 a.m. Monday at the K. of C. Hall in Poland. There will be a 50-50 drawing, and cards and bingo will be played. Pizza and dessert will be served. Hostesses are Florence Kennedy, Theresa Pesa and Alice Nackino. Paper products will be collected for the Poland Food Pantry.
Members should report illness or death to Nancy Nappy at (330) 757-2823.
XA meeting of Holy Name Seniors will be held at 1 p.m. April 24 in Founders Hall with lunch, cards and bingo planned. Wilma Kutlick will preside, and reports will be given by Alice Chizmar, Virginia Miller and Ann Tumpak. On the lunch committee are Nancy Raymer, Josephine Borsick, Anne Kutsko and Helen Balko. Birthdays will be celebrated, and a drawing will be held. New members are welcome.
XImmaculate Heart of Mary Senior Citizens will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in Monsignor Prokop Parish Center for a catered luncheon followed by a business meeting with Helen Venglarik presiding. The program will be "Bouncing Betty Bingo." A 50-50 drawing will be held, birthdays and anniversaries will be observed, and a nominating committee will be selected. For reservations call Anna Mae Hlebak at (330) 799-9425 or Helen Venglarik at (330) 799-8289.
XNorth Jackson Keenagers will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at St. James Church. Members are asked to take a covered dish, and Gladys Baringer and Minnie Troutman will serve as hostesses. Bingo will be played.
A free luncheon for seniors citizens will be served at 11:30 a.m. April 27 at Jackson-Milton Elementary School. Those planning to attend should call Marge Garritano at (330) 538-2104 as soon as possible.
XThe film "The Passion" will be shown when the Keenagers of Third Baptist Church meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the church.
Final payment for the trip to Ocean City, Md., in May is due.
XBridge, 500, chess and checkers will be played when Martha Lupse 50-Plus Card and Game Club meets from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 106 at Poland United Methodist Church. Annabelle Borovitcky will lead devotions. Members are reminded to take a sack lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided. No affiliation with the church is required for participation. For information call (330) 757-1980.
XNiles Valley Seniors will meet at noon Monday at Vernon's Cafe on U.S. Route 422. Reports will be given by Ann Dzeda, Gay Krok and Helen Birskovich.
Reports of illnesses should be called in to Lena Youll (330) 652-4154. New members are welcome; call Marie Petrella for information (330) 652-0806.
XA meeting of OBES Retirees will be held at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday at the Hometown Buffet in Boardman. Lunch will follow; no formal program is scheduled. All OBES retirees are welcome to attend.
Members are asked to report illnesses among members to (330) 783-1360.
XPackard Electric and Delphi Packard Retirees, Local 717, will meet at 10:30 a.m. April 27 at Local 717 Union Hall, Warren Commerce Park, 2950 Sferra Ave. Members should take a labeled covered dish and table service. An officer from the Warren Police Department will speak on fraud against the elderly.
REAC 3298
XREAC 3298 members will hold a luncheon meeting Monday at the aerie on Raccoon Road. Melva Day will preside, nomination of officers will take place, and dues will be collected. Hostesses will be Rose Squibbs, Helen Butch and Toni Ricciardulli.
Illness or death among members should be reported to Toni Ricciardulli at (330) 793-1178.
XRoyal Seniors will have a Mother's Day brunch at the May 2 meeting. Reservations are due by April 25 by calling (330) 781-9228. No late reservations will be accepted. Woman of the Year will be selected along with runners-up, and flowers and Madonnas will be presented. Bingo and games are also on the agenda.
SOAR 1-28-10
XThe retirees of Local 2243 USWA Copperweld Steel, SOAR Chapter 1-28-10, will have their regular monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the new Local 1375 Union Hall, 684 N. Park Ave., Warren (formerly the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services.) Trumbull County Auditor David Hines will be the guest speaker.
XA meeting of St. Christine Seniors will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Gutman Hall with Harriet Moschella presiding. Jeanne Beachly and Mary Jo Theis will give reports, and Rose Marciella, Ann Watson, Dorothy LoSasso and Mary Klachmer will serve as hostesses. Bingo and cards will be played, and a 50-50 drawing will be held.
XUpcoming activities for senior citizens organizations are published Sundays. Please submit information to the Society Department by noon Thursday.

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