WARREN -- The Guardian Angels Volunteer program, under the direction of Susan Rebhan and Judge Thomas A. Swift of the Trumbull County Probate Court, has recognized two youth groups dedicated to inter-



WARREN -- The Guardian Angels Volunteer program, under the direction of Susan Rebhan and Judge Thomas A. Swift of the Trumbull County Probate Court, has recognized two youth groups dedicated to inter-generational experiences and serving older adults in the county.
The groups are Brownie Troop 334 and the Christ Episcopal Youth, which are committed to the "Grandpals" program of the Guardian Angels.
The children first got involved on Make-A-Difference Day in October, when they helped the Guardian Angels visit and deliver flowers to residents of Autumn Hills Care Center in Niles. In November, they visited residents of Shepherd of the Valley in Howland.
In December, they celebrated an "Old Fashioned Christmas" with residents of Waterstone Apartments by caroling in the halls and visiting.
In January, the children learned to do hand massages and took their skills to Washington Square Healthcare Center in Warren, where they offered the massages to residents.
For more information on Guardian Angels or the Grandpals program, call Rebhan at the court office at (330) 675-2521.

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