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<p>Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays</p>
<p>READY TO GO: From left, Susie Cope, Lee Kumick and Ruth Nabb are preparing for the annual Angels for Animals Antiques and Collectibles Sale on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.</p>

Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

READY TO GO: From left, ...

Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

READY TO GO: From left, Susie Cope, Lee Kumick and Ruth Nabb are preparing for the annual Angels for Animals Antiques and Collectibles Sale on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petryckl

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petryckl

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petryckl


Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. Lenhart

Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. Lenhart

Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. Lenhart


Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Giancola

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Giancola

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Giancola


Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCloud

Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCloud

Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCloud


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DECORATED: In preparation for the annual Christmas open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Ward-Thomas Museum, 503 Brown St., Niles, Nancy Malone places one of the seasonal decorations on a Christmas tree. In addition to the tree and other holiday decorations, thousands of items will be displayed in the 14 rooms at the museum. Admission will be a donation of $5, with children under 12 admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

Special to The Vindicator DECORATED: In preparation for the annual ...

Special to The Vindicator DECORATED: In preparation for the annual Christmas open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Ward-Thomas Museum, 503 Brown St., Niles, Nancy Malone places one of the seasonal ...


Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn Sr.


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IN MOTION: Members of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s board of directors are preparing for Holiday in Motion, which will take place at the Arms Family Museum of Local History. The event will begin with a preview party on Friday and a grand opening weekend Dec. 5 and 6 with $1 admission. Hours on Dec. 5 will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Dec. 6, from 1-5 p.m. The display continues throughout December with regular museum hours and admission. For more information call (330) 743-2589 or visit www.mahoninghistory.org. Board members, from left to right, are William J. Cleary Jr., M.D.; Charlotte Gelhaar; David Sabine; and Bill Lawson, MVHS executive director.

Special to The Vindicator IN MOTION: Members of the Mahoning ...

Special to The Vindicator IN MOTION: Members of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s board of directors are preparing for Holiday in Motion, which will take place at the Arms Family Museum of Local History. The ...


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65 YEARS AGO ... East High School Class of 1944 gathered for its 65th reunion Sept. 4 at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman. Those who attended are, left to right in the first row: Josephine LoSasso Romandetti, Norma Walsh Stopnick, Irene Horvath Gianfrancesco, Robert Eusanio, Katherin Bebac Kwa Sekula, Joan Murray Kidd, Marion McKeon McDermott, Ursla Ceremile Conte, Vincent Nardy, and Ann Delfino Ozenghar. In the second row are Robert Hessman, Margaret Bailey Whitacre, Bridget Cucciare Ivko, Edward Sekula, Mary Ferranti Timlin, Joseph Donofrio, Anthony Orsinelli, Philip Nespeca, John Sandy, Mario Rubbo, Leonard Sainato, and Sam Fasline.

Special to The Vindicator 65 YEARS AGO ... East High ...

Special to The Vindicator 65 YEARS AGO ... East High School Class of 1944 gathered for its 65th reunion Sept. 4 at Mr. Anthony’s in Boardman. Those who attended are, left to right in the ...


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endangered: At a recent meeting of the Youngstown Rotary Club, the program focused on the Ohio Social Law, which was designed to protect young people from underage drinking. The speaker was Sam Landry, above with his wife. He provided information about youth alcoholism in Northeast Ohio. According to the speaker, more than 40 percent of underage drinkers in the nation were provided alcohol by parents or other adults. He stressed the need for amending the Ohio Social Law, and he asked club members to contact state politicians and request that they pass the new bill of Ohio Code Section 4301.69.

Special to The Vindicator endangered: At a recent meeting of ...

Special to The Vindicator endangered: At a recent meeting of the Youngstown Rotary Club, the program focused on the Ohio Social Law, which was designed to protect young people from underage drinking. The speaker was ...


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CLASS ACT: The student council at St. Joseph Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Austintown conducted a food drive from Nov. 9 to Nov. 20 as a benefit for the less fortunate in this time of economic hardship. Students took nonperishable items or $1 to a drop-off near the school office. Displaying some of the donations are student council members, are, from left, Wesley Pringle, seventh grade, treasurer; Anny Carroll, eighth grade, president; Maddie Sanders, seventh grade, vice president; AnnaMaria Jadue, eighth grade, secretary; and Sharon Machuga, their adviser, who helped organize the food drive. The donations will be distributed on Tuesday to school families and St. Vincent de Paul.

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Special to The Vindicator CLASS ACT: The student council at St. Joseph Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Austintown conducted a food drive from Nov. 9 to Nov. 20 as a benefit for the less ...


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