Photos for July 13, 2009

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"Carry Out Your Trash" signs are on display at Beaver Creek State Park.

"Carry Out Your Trash" signs are on display at Beaver ...

"Carry Out Your Trash" signs are on display at Beaver Creek State Park.


Coulton Lockner, 12, of Lake Milton, tosses trash into a barrel at Lake Milton State Park. Lake Milton is one of the area parks not participating in the "Carry In Carry Out" program.

Coulton Lockner, 12, of Lake Milton, tosses trash into a ...

Coulton Lockner, 12, of Lake Milton, tosses trash into a barrel at Lake Milton State Park. Lake Milton is one of the area parks not participating in the "Carry In Carry Out" program.


Bill Dunlap, an employee of Beaver Creek State Park, displays trash bags provided to park visitors. The park is in the second year of the “Carry In, Carry Out” program.

Bill Dunlap, an employee of Beaver Creek State Park, displays ...

Bill Dunlap, an employee of Beaver Creek State Park, displays trash bags provided to park visitors. The park is in the second year of the “Carry In, Carry Out” program.


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Gialousis

Gialousis


Special to The Vindicator
CELEBRATION: A charter for the newly organized Streetsboro Lions Club is presented by District 13-D Governor Harold Ullman to Ed Lupton, president of the chartered club, as they are joined by Past District Governor Jerry Smith.

Special to The Vindicator CELEBRATION: A charter for the newly ...

Special to The Vindicator CELEBRATION: A charter for the newly organized Streetsboro Lions Club is presented by District 13-D Governor Harold Ullman to Ed Lupton, president of the chartered club, as they are joined by ...


George C. Kovach Jr. and Heather M. Glidden

George C. Kovach Jr. and Heather M. Glidden

George C. Kovach Jr. and Heather M. Glidden


Brittney Rock and Matthew Dyett

Brittney Rock and Matthew Dyett

Brittney Rock and Matthew Dyett


PAYING TRIBUTE: Ray Kirchner of Youngstown, an officer with the Mahoning County Sheriff's Department and Mill Creek MetroParks, wears black tape over his badge in a tribute to fallen officers while sitting on his motorcycle with his wife, Carrie. They were outside the Covelli Center in downtown Youngstown before the Fallen Officers Memorial Run on Sunday.

PAYING TRIBUTE: Ray Kirchner of Youngstown, an officer with the ...

PAYING TRIBUTE: Ray Kirchner of Youngstown, an officer with the Mahoning County Sheriff's Department and Mill Creek MetroParks, wears black tape over his badge in a tribute to fallen officers while sitting on his motorcycle ...


Boardman's recycling equipment known as The Beast.

Boardman's recycling equipment known as The Beast.

Boardman's recycling equipment known as The Beast.