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Special to the Vindicator
TREE-TRIMMING: Hubbard Historical Society members, left to right, Joan Gibson, Cecilia Cooper and Lucille Wilson decorate one of the six Christmas trees at the McBride House, 27 Hager St. The house, decorated for Christmas, will be open from 2-5 p.m. Sunday. Gift items for sale include note cards, a historic afghan throw depicting early scenes of Hubbard, the book “Hubbard” by Barbara Emch, a selection of Cat’s Meows, and Christmas tree bulbs featuring the Stewart-Kyle Funeral Home and the Tylee Park Gazebo. For information about the open house or any of the gift items, phone Cecilia Cooper at (330) 534-4247.

Special to the Vindicator TREE-TRIMMING: Hubbard Historical Society members, left ...

Special to the Vindicator TREE-TRIMMING: Hubbard Historical Society members, left to right, Joan Gibson, Cecilia Cooper and Lucille Wilson decorate one of the six Christmas trees at the McBride House, 27 Hager St. The house, ...


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GIVING SEASON: Carol Hitchcock, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, and Santa survey a pile of gifts donated to the Be a Santa for a Senior program. The program will distribute more than 2,500 gifts to about 620 seniors.

GIVING SEASON: Carol Hitchcock, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, ...

GIVING SEASON: Carol Hitchcock, owner of Home Instead Senior Care, and Santa survey a pile of gifts donated to the Be a Santa for a Senior program. The program will distribute more than 2,500 gifts ...


LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected Wednesday at 1216 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, in front of Park Vista Retirement Community. The living Nativity will be open today from 3 to 6 p.m., weather permitting.

LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected ...

LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected Wednesday at 1216 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, in front of Park Vista Retirement Community. The living Nativity will be open today from 3 to 6 p.m., ...


GIVING BACK: John Koontz carefully wraps a present for a senior. Koontz’ whole family volunteered last year for the Be A Santa for a Senior program.

GIVING BACK: John Koontz carefully wraps a present for a ...

GIVING BACK: John Koontz carefully wraps a present for a senior. Koontz’ whole family volunteered last year for the Be A Santa for a Senior program.


CHRISTMAS DECOR: Lindsay Castrucci, who works at the Lemon Tree in Salem, shows how bows are now being placed on the top of Christmas trees.

CHRISTMAS DECOR: Lindsay Castrucci, who works at the Lemon Tree ...

CHRISTMAS DECOR: Lindsay Castrucci, who works at the Lemon Tree in Salem, shows how bows are now being placed on the top of Christmas trees.


LIVING NATIVITY: Brothers, Gino, 5, left, and Rocco Pilolli, 6, of Youngstown stand with Dwayne Felger of Greenford, who supplied the animals; admiring the camel. The living Nativity will be open today from 3 to 6 p.m., weather permitting.

LIVING NATIVITY: Brothers, Gino, 5, left, and Rocco Pilolli, 6, ...

LIVING NATIVITY: Brothers, Gino, 5, left, and Rocco Pilolli, 6, of Youngstown stand with Dwayne Felger of Greenford, who supplied the animals; admiring the camel. The living Nativity will be open today from 3 to ...


The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild
A Motorist moves out of their lane to avoid hitting a tree that fell through a fence and onto a roadway at ?Calvary Cemetary? on Wednesday afternoon.

The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild A Motorist moves out of their lane ...

The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild A Motorist moves out of their lane to avoid hitting a tree that fell through a fence and onto a roadway at ?Calvary Cemetary? on Wednesday afternoon.


LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected Wednesday at 1216 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, in front of Park Vista Retirement Community. From left to right are: Dwayne Felger of Greenford, who supplied the animals; Sue Strom, a clinical dietitian at Park Vista, portraying Mary; Cathi Cassudakis, a dietetic technician at Park Vista, an angel; the Rev. Alan Hutchinson, Park Vista chaplain, portraying Joseph; and Annmarie Pierce, Park Vista activities director, a wise man.

LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected ...

LIVING NATIVITY: An Arabian camel overlooks the live Nativity erected Wednesday at 1216 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, in front of Park Vista Retirement Community. From left to right are: Dwayne Felger of Greenford, who supplied the ...