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« Latest photos / 2009 / February / 16

Photos on February 16, 2009

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Brian Terlesky, 8, of Boardman stands in front of some of his trophies in his home. Brian dreams of playing in a PGA tournament one day.

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Nick Lamb, age 15 of Boardman pets Shiloh, an Akita mix, prior to his father filling out an application to adopt the dog from Wags Canine Rescue at the Petsmart in Boardman. Wags Canine Rescue is a group of about 12 people who foster previously abandoned and abused dogs in their homes and have arranged the adoption of over 500 dogs since their start in May of 2004.

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Packing his bag of crackers soup and peanut butter Michael Syphard of Canfield and Reverend Jeremiah Williamson work together Youth Volunteer corp of the interdenominational Youth Coalition as part of the soup crackers and peanut butter to area seniors

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Steffon Jones did research and discovered the only two (at least the only two he can find) Buffalo Soldiers from Youngstown.

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Ray BOOM BOOM Mancini - asks a question about Youngstown - during the filming of the documentary about Youngstown

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Packing up the goodies Payton Maurer of Poland and Ciara Oslin of Boardman check the jars of Peanut butter as the Youth Volunteer corp of the interdenominational Youth Coalition packed up food and crackers at St Johns Church in Youngstown

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Millicent Counts (center) applauds as Carlton A. Sears and Dr. David Ritchie cut the ribbon. Behind them are Mayor Jay WIlliams (not seen) 2nd Ward Councilman DeMaine Kitchen and former Councilman Rufus Hudson at the ribbon cutting of the new East Side Library.

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