FBI special agent presentation set
The Mahoning County District Board of Health will host a presentation by special agent Todd D. Werth, the Training and National Academy coordinator of the FBI Cleveland division, from 9 to 11 a.m. March 1, in McMahon Hall at the Mill Creek MetroParks Farm, 7524 Columbiana-Canfield Road.
Werth will share the presentation “Active Shooter/ Threats: Civilian Response in the Workplace, Schools and other Public Places.” The terms “active shooter” and “active threat” are used during violent encounters where an individual is actively looking to hurt people.
The two-hour presentation will explore what civilians can do during these situations, how they can prepare themselves for an incident and how to keep others safe.
Registration deadline is Monday.
To register, contact Rosie Totterdale at email@example.com, or call 330-270-2855, ext. 136.
Spring cleanup at cemetery under way
A spring cleanup is under way at Forest Lawn Cemetery and Memorial Park, 5400 Market St.
Families are asked to remove all Christmas decorations and wreaths from memorials by March 4.
Spring flowers may be placed on any memorials, in vases only, beginning March 16.
3-day vigil planned for fighting famine
People Fighting Famine, a Mahoning Valley grass-roots group working to raise awareness of what it calls the hunger crisis, plans a three-day vigil on the theme “Fighting Global Hunger.
Events will be Thursday through Saturday at First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1105 Elm St., where there will be speakers and displays.
Prayer services and vigils will be on Federal Street downtown.
For information, visit www.peoplefightingfamine.org.