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Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights

Ursuline vs Cuyahoga Heights


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Special to The Vindicator
TRANSFORMATION: Students in the Art III and Senior Studio class at Liberty High School were selected by Mill Creek MetroParks to provide a Candy Land setting at the D.D. and Velma Davis Center in Mill Creek Park for the holidays. Under the direction of their teacher Jody Nudell the students painted a large mural, which will transform a section of the center into a holiday wonderland.

Special to The Vindicator TRANSFORMATION: Students in the Art III ...

Special to The Vindicator TRANSFORMATION: Students in the Art III and Senior Studio class at Liberty High School were selected by Mill Creek MetroParks to provide a Candy Land setting at the D.D. and Velma ...


Hannah

Hannah

Hannah


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Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frangopoulos

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frangopoulos

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frangopoulos


Lewis-Wheeler

Lewis-Wheeler

Lewis-Wheeler


Special to The Vindicator/ Nick Mays
COLORFUL EVENT: Displaying colorful poinsettias and other items, which will be available during the “Christmas Celebration for Children” to be sponsored by the Friends of Children’s Aid Society of Mercer County, are, from left seated, Darlene McBride and Helen Louise Donner, and standing, Barb Lambert, Joan Foster, Carol Smith and Liz Bolster.

Special to The Vindicator/ Nick Mays COLORFUL EVENT: Displaying colorful ...

Special to The Vindicator/ Nick Mays COLORFUL EVENT: Displaying colorful poinsettias and other items, which will be available during the “Christmas Celebration for Children” to be sponsored by the Friends of Children’s Aid Society of ...


Williams

Williams

Williams


The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara
HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Holiday events for the public on Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 will help raise money for Akron Children’s Hospital. Organizing “A Children’s Holiday” tree lighting and “Holiday Hopes and Wishes” are, seated, Kathy Dwinnells, cochair of the Kids’ Crew luncheon; and standing, left to right, are JoAnn Stock, Akron Children’s director of development; Donna Hayat, chair of the Kids’ Crew; Paula Barrett, chair of “A Children’s Holiday;” Lori Mowad, co-chair of the Kids’ Crew Luncheon; and Julie Costas, publicist.

The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Holiday events for ...

The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS: Holiday events for the public on Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 will help raise money for Akron Children’s Hospital. Organizing “A Children’s Holiday” tree lighting and “Holiday Hopes ...


The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay
INSTRUMENTAL: Children’s Concerts are accepting reservations for the “Serious Fun” youth concert to be presented by Youngstown Symphony Orchestra on March 18 at Powers Auditorium. Children in grades 1-8 in area schools have until Dec. 1 to register.  Among the classical pieces Conductor Randall Fleischer has selected for the concert are “Comedian’s Gallop” by Kabalevsky, the 2nd movement of the “Surprise Symphony” by Haydn, and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” Fleischer and his wife, Heidi, have written a special piece that is appropriate to the theme of the event. Stepping up their efforts to get children registered for the concert, are, from left, Janet Vestal, Carol Fithian, Jan Szalma and Betty Bannon. Committee members will be available to help teachers explain the concert material to students.

The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay INSTRUMENTAL: Children’s Concerts are accepting reservations ...

The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay INSTRUMENTAL: Children’s Concerts are accepting reservations for the “Serious Fun” youth concert to be presented by Youngstown Symphony Orchestra on March 18 at Powers Auditorium. Children in grades 1-8 in area ...


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shellito

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shellito

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shellito


Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malone

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malone

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Malone


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