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Library committee to host meeting
The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County will meet at 8 a.m. Thursday in the small meeting room of the Main Library, 305 Wick Ave.
The library does not open until 9 a.m., so attendees should use the staff entrance in the rear. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss board and committee processes and procedures; to review committee meeting schedules; and to discuss library issues.
Topics to be discussed include a review of library bylaws and board policies, including the open board seat; the main library renovation; the completion of the Campbell Community Literacy Workforce Cultural Center; Brownlee Woods branch targets; Struthers branch building; 2019 levy; and initiatives regarding overdue fine collections, development philosophy, makerspaces, and social worker services.
No action will be taken at this meeting.
Diabetes Golf benefit set for August
The Ankle & Foot Care Centers will host its 20th annual diabetes golf benefit Aug. 17 at the Pine Lakes Golf Club, 6233 W. Liberty St.
Proceeds benefit the Diabetes Partnership of Mahoning Valley. Dr. Michelle Anania, partner at Ankle & Foot Care Centers, is the lead organizer.
For information, visit http://bit.ly/2xZwN2D.
Bowers Group Insurance awards scholarships
Prior to the merger with Farmers National Bank of Canfield, Bowers Group Insurance established an annual $10,000 Lakeview High School scholarship to help graduates in their studies post-high school.
While community service and participation in the high school’s programs are relevant, there are no set standards for the scholarship other than the desire to help those in need to get post-secondary education.
Over five years, this scholarship has been awarded to 28 Lakeview graduates. Students have used the award to take every path available from obtaining a CDL truck driving license, a commercial diesel mechanic licensing to local and major college degrees in business, education and healthcare.
The 2018 winners of the Bowers Scholarship Fund are Noah Craciun, Brianna Krumpe and Alexis Rygalski, all of whom plan to attend Youngstown State University. For information, contact Amber Wallace at 330-702-8427.
To learn more about Farmers National Bank, visit farmersbankgroup.com.