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Photos on November 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator INTERACTING: On Nov. 14 at Salem Community Center, more than 120 students, representing 16 area schools, attended a conference sponsored by Rotary District 6650 of Northeast Ohio for local Interact students. Teens who represented Struthers High School had an opportunity to meet foreign-exchange students and students from other schools and to learn about opportunities available to them through Rotary. Among those attending the conference were, in back from left, Tom Baringer, district Interact chairman; Sherry Noble, board of education member; and Laura Eckman; and, in front, Natalie Agnone; Alexa Morocco; Mary Carcelli, Interact adviser; Katie Sharpe; Ellie Bodnar; Kelsey Wormley; Alyssa Olmi; and Samantha Martinelli.

Added: Sun, November 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator OLD STYLE: The Friends of Austintown Library were given a glimpse of what was stylish to wear in the 1800s when the speaker, Deborah Wagner, made her appearance in vintage clothing. She showed several examples of fashions from that era and explained the hidden meaning of the designs on early quilts. The Austintown High School Choir will perform at the 10 a.m. Dec. 21 meeting of the Friends. Guests interested in attending the meeting are asked to make reservations for the $8 catered luncheon.

Added: Sun, November 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator PRIVATE DRIVEWAY: Although his movements are limited by cerebral palsy, Tyler Wibly, a student at the Frank Ohl Intermediate School, skillfully drives his new power chair up a specially designed ramp. When it was discovered the old ramp could not handle the weight or center-wheel drive of his new chair, his parents turned to the Rotary Club of Austintown for help, and the club contacted the Optimist Club of Austintown for assistance. Materials for the ramp were purchased with funds provided by Rotary, and volunteers from both clubs were helped by Tyler’s parents as they worked together to construct the ramp.

Added: Sun, November 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Members of The Prayer Shawl Ministry of Unity Church Centre, 1226 Naylor-Lloyd Road, Girard, made hand-knitted coats for dogs in the K-9 units in Trumbull County. As part of “Make a Difference Day,” Patricia Williams-Jones, at left, prepares to present one of the coats to Liberty Township Patrolman Raymond Buhala for his dog, Capo, during a Sunday service as the Rev. Richard Schumacher watches. The Prayer Shawl Ministry also knitted and/or crocheted pink hats for the American Cancer Society’s breast-cancer awareness.

Added: Sun, November 22, 2009

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