Wendell August plans huge sale
grove city, pa.
As it prepares to make room for a new facility after a fire destroyed its historic factory in 2010, Wendell August Forge will have a “Once in a Lifetime Tent Sale” from June 1 through 9 at its flagship store at 1605 S. Center St. between Grove City and Premium Outlets.
The sale will include everything from overstock to one-of-a-kind items, antiques and more. Wendell August is calling the event its biggest sale in the company’s history.
The largest selection of Wendell August pieces included in the sale will be overstock items, and will be discounted significantly. Many of the pieces for sale are no longer in production. There’s also a large selection of one-of-a-kind items that have never been seen by the public.
The company expects big crowds, and everyone will have to register before entering the tent. For information or to register, visit www.wendellaugust.com.
2nd annual YOUNG event is planned
The Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber, in partnership with Evets Oil & Gas Construction Services, will host its second annual Youngstown, Ohio Utica & Natural Gas Speaker Series beginning at 9:30 a.m. June 5 at Mill Creek MetroParks.
This year, the event will kick off at Fellows Riverside Gardens with a breakfast and the speakers series called “Discover the Mahoning Valley’s Abundant Resources.”
At noon, the event will move to the Mill Creek golf courses for a barbecue, followed by a 2 p.m. shotgun start on both the North and South courses, for a golf scramble. There will be more than $40,000 worth of door and skill prizes awarded.
Cost is $125 per golfer or $500 per foursome. Those attending only the YOUNG Speaker Series Breakfast and the BBQ Lunch will pay $40. Early registration is encouraged.
Registration and sponsorship information and forms are available at www.regionalchamber.com. The form can be returned to Jennifer Mascardine by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 330-746-0330.
National College schedules graduation
The Youngstown campus of National College will have its graduation ceremony at 6 p.m. Thursday at Powers Auditorium in downtown Youngstown.
The graduation event will feature special guest Kim Akins. Akins serves the state of Ohio as a licensed private attorney, practicing in the areas of criminal, civil and family law. For 10 years, Ms. Akins served as the administrative hearing officer for the Department of Jobs and Family Services, representing the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. She also has served as a city prosecutor and assistant law director for the City of Youngstown.
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