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Photos on July 27, 2009

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D.D. & Velma Davis Family Branch of the YMCA in Boardman. Trustees voted unanimously to approve a $6 million expansion.

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Hubbard Mayor Arthur U. Magee conducts mayor’s court Monday with assistance from Hubbard Police Sgt. David Oaks. The mayor is wearing a halo after breaking vertebrae in his neck. The mayor said he tried staying home but feels he’s better off doing something.

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An Officer from Goshen Twp and rescue personnel from the Green Fire Dept. investigate a crash early this morning on Lisbon Rd. in front of Greenford Christian Chruch that involved a motorcyclist and a car. The motorcyclist was not there when i arrived and the officer said he was still investigating - robertkyosay

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Anna Kate “Annie” Harley of Girard, who experienced a spontaneous brain bleed May 29, now is in physical, speech and occupational therapy after brain surgery on May 30. Here, Chuck Fagan, physical therapy assistant at Atlas Rehab and Wellness in Liberty, works with the 8-year-old on her coordination by tossing her a ball as she stands on a small trampoline.

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Below, Annie Harley likes to wears a bandana because her hair is still growing back after brain surgery.

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Special to The Vindicator HOT DOG! Austintown Fourth of July parade watchers found themselves pleasantly surprised as members of the Tabernacle Evangelical Presbyterian Church passed out free hot dogs, soda and cold water. 'This has been a tradition of Tabernacle church body members for over 17 years,' said Lynn L. Smith, of the church. They handed out more than 750 hot dogs that hot July day. Bob Sine of Austintown, above, was there with his family and friends. From left to right are Sean Stewart, Michael Koerth, Daniel Robb and Brett Hofus. Sine, sitting in the chair, was the happy recipient of a hot dog.

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Special to The Vindicator LIONIZED LIONS: The Youngstown Lions Club had their installation of officers and directors on June 25. Past District Gov. Ted Filmore, above left, installed Jeanne E. Watson Antol as the incoming president. The other officers installed but not pictured were Heather Belgin, John Messenger and W. Brian Hughes, vice presidents; Diane Hardenbrook, treasurer; and John Getchy, secretary. Below, Hardenbrook received the Melvin E. Jones Fellow Award, which is given to a Lion who has been an outstanding member. It is one of the highest awards in Lionism, and very few people receive it. At right is Bob Booher, past district governor, who presented the award.

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Jack Modelski and Lisa Yavorsky

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Christen M. Lymber and Peter J. Mohl

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The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay FORE WORD: Looking forward to the Annual American Diabetes Association Golf Benefit, sponsored by Ankle & Foot Care Centers, are, left to right, Dr. John Chiaro, Dr. Michelle Anania and Michael Vallas.

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PATTING IT DOWN: Twelve-year-olds Rachel Zedaker and Ryann Brown of Hubbard work on The Turtle Sunday competing in a sand sculpture contest during Mill Creek MetroParks’s annual Sunfest. Rachel’s and Ryann’s work of art took first place in the Children’s Division.

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A black Chevy Chevelle is reflected in a 1957 orange Oldsmobile 88 during the 15th annual Thunder in the Park presented by the McDonald Fraternal Order of Police, at Woodland Park in McDonald, Sunday July 26, 2009.

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Several dozen motorcycle riders participated in a benefit run Sunday to raise money for a new home for Joe Kaluza, a former manager of a KFC restaurant on Youngstown’s South Side who was shot during a robbery last year and paralyzed. Kaluza, left, and his wife, Lisa, attended the start of the race at the Ice House Inn, Austintown.

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Pitcher Kyle Smith (32) of the Scrappers keeps his eye on the base runner as he tries to field a bunt attempt Sunday afternoon.

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Frank McKinney of Youngstown with his 9 year old boxer Peg sit in front of his 1994 Dodge Caravan decked out in bamboo and various animal print, for the 15th annual Thunder in the Park presented by the McDonald Fraternal Order of Police, at Woodland Park in McDonald, Sunday July 26, 2009.

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CALL FOR PEACE: Archbishop Theodosios (Atallah Hanna of Sebastia of the Greek Orthodox Diocese in Palestine, who visited the Arab American Community Center of Greater Youngstown Sunday, is welcomed by Father Dan Rohan of St. Mark Orthodox Church in Youngstown. Hanna said his message of one of hope for peace in the West Bank and Gaza through an end to Israeli occupation there.

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Casey Frawley of the Scrappers gets out of the way of a loose ball in front of catcher Sebastian Valle during their game Sunday afternoon.

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TAKING SHAPE: From left, Gladys Antonelli, Brenda Metz, Linda Miller and Mark Dolak of the Wednesday Walkers build a sand sculpture at Mill Creek MetroParks’ annual Sunfest sand sculpting contest Sunday in the Wick Recreational Area near the Judge Morley Pavilion. Using photo references, they are working on a replica of The Pioneer Pavilion located in the park. The Wednesday Walkers also sculpted The Old Mill in the park, which took first prize in the Adult Division of the contest.

Added: Mon, July 27, 2009

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