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Photos on December 7, 2009

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PERMANENT RESIDENT: Chip Gilea of Austintown immigrated to U.S. from Romania as a child but was jailed for nearly a year while the government threatened to deport him. He was released but waited another year for his permanent resident card, which arived in time for the holidays.

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PRESENTING THE WREATH: A wreath was placed at the base of the Mahoning County Veterans Monument for veterans of all wars during a service at the Canfield Fairgrounds to commemorate the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Carrying the wreath Monday are, from left, Raymond Braidich, Milton Kochert and Jan Brown.

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MISS YOU: A message on a poster board for Jamie Serich at the memorial mass Monday. Mourners were asked to write messages and express their feelings on the boards, on display at the back of the chapel in Cardinal Mooney High School.

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Joe Kaluza is interviewed by a television reporter alongside his sister, Anna Fitzgerald, during a Christmas lighting ceremony at the newly constructed home on Monday evening.

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SAYING GOODBYE: Joyce Pogany, right, shares an embrace with her daughter, Pam Gent, at a reception to celebrate Pogany’s retirement after 28 years on the Austintown school board. Pogany was honored by family, friends and colleagues at a party before her final board meeting Monday.

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MOURNING A LOSS: People who attended the mass Monday hold hands and say prayers for the boys.

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John P Brown III, former national commander, addresses the veterans who attended Pearl Harbor Day services at the Veterans Cabin at the Canfield Fairgrounds.

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Rev. Steve Popovich, Pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Austntown and a Mooney alumni, offered his assistance in grief counseling Monday at the school.

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Condolences and hugs as the "Mooney Family" had a mass at the school to deal with the deaths of two seniors over the weekend.

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Snow flakes fall as Joe Kaluza talks with his sister, Anna Fitzgerald, and Ed Wojciechowski, of Edison Lighting during a Christmas lighting ceremony at the newly constructed home on Monday evening. Edison Lighting of Boardman was responsible for installing the Christmas lights.

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FOCUSED: Kelly Pavlik, shown here working out at the South Side Boxing Club in January, will hold an open workout at the gym today in preparation for his Dec. 19 bout at YSU.

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WORK ZONE: Crews from Dominion East Ohio are replacing a 16-inch high-pressure steel gas main that ruptured under Midlothian Boulevard, causing an explosion. It left an 8-foot-deep and 16-foot-wide crater in the eastbound curb lane of Midlothian at the Interstate 680 interchange.

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Former Chaney Football Coach John Protopapa

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Robert Armstrong

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Colin Hart

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Jamie Serich

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Special to The Vindicator PARTNERS: The Animal Welfare League announces that there will be a special holiday book signing from 2-4 p.m. Thursday at The Menagerie, 6037 E. Market St., Howland. Local author Helen Powell White, above, and her dog, Percy, will appear to promote her new book, “Percy, The Perfect Puppy: A Tale of a Teddy Roosevelt Terrier.” This first-edition book sells for $15 plus tax.

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Special to The Vindicator MADE TO ORDER: A Christmas cookie sale is planned as fundraiser for Turning Point Day Habilitations No Limits program. Orders will be accepted until Friday for the following cookies: frosted sugar cookies, gingerbread, chocolate chip, and reindeer fudge for $5 a dozen; and pizzelles, peppermint chocolate, buckeyes and kaleidoscope cookies for $4 a dozen. Orders may be dropped off, faxed to (330) 792-8025 or phoned to (330) 792-8024. Checks should be payable to turning Point Residential Inc. Prepared to bake cookies to fill the orders in time for pickup on Dec. 21 are, from left, Kathy Phillips and Mary Kay Tusinac, owners; Nathan Sandusky; Nicole Ginnetti; Lesley Phillips, director of No Limits; and Ellis Thomas. For additional information call (330) 881-5038.

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Special to The Vindicator REWARDED FOR caring: A highlight of the Nov. 16 meeting of Shepherd of the Valley was the presentation of the coveted Helen R. Stambaugh Award. Taking part in the presentation ceremony, were, from left, Marge Tomo, Doris Vandenbosch, Jean Orr, Shirley Megown, and Helen R. Stambaugh, and in back, Kurt Sauer, president of the Shepherd of the Valley Board.

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Daniel R. Yemma Jr. and Stacie L. Argiro

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The birth of Kayden Jace Jenkins on April 15 made this year memorable for his parents, Jemel and Kelley Jenkins of Youngstown. He is the baby brother of Jemel Jr. and Amyah Jenkins.

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CENTER STAGE: The legendary St. Nicholas of Myra appears at St. Nicholas Church in Struthers. Sunday’s service included prayer, songs, the filling of the shoes and the story of the candy cane.

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Stephen E. Hogan ALIASES: SEX: Male RACE: White Age: 40 HEIGHT: 5'10" WEIGHT: 170 LBS EYES: Brown HAIR: Brown SKINTONE: SCARS/TATTOOS: WARRANT ISSUED: MCSO CHARGE: Receiving Stolen Property Vindicator: 12/07/09

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WATCHING: Marissa Orbin, 4, is held by her sister, Angelina, 7, during St. Nick’s visit.

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SPRUCING UP: Deborah and Harry Shields adds finishing touches on decorations at Tylee Park in Hubbard. The couple spearheaded a campaign to clean up the park.

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HAPPY FAMILY: The Howard family, from left to right, includes Mike, Sydney, half-sister Paige DeRhodes, Mikey and Nancy. They’re are all smiles on a couch in their Boardman home. Mikey has leukemia and receives treatment at the Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley Beeghly Campus in Boardman.

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