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Photos on October 16, 2009

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FUNDRAISER: Taking steps to ensure the success of a fashion show to be sponsored by Stambaugh Pillars are, from left, Phil Cannatti, executive director; Barbara Banks and Leilani Drake, cochairs; and Judy Conti, fashion coordinator. Proceeds from the Nov. 4 gala will support restoration projects at Stambaugh Auditorium.

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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fusco

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Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wash

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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pauley

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Malvasi

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BOARDMAN - (51) Noah Patoray and (56) Ryan Phillis stop (22) Bobby Hamlet for no gain Friday night. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - (1) Chase Hammond breaks away for a nice gain Friday night. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay ----- Kayla Fekety a third grader listens intently as a civics lesson was given to all third grader.. - 10152009

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The Vindicator/Robert K. Yosay -----William Kay Mayor - Adrianne Sturm School Board President - and Dante Zambrini Superintendent talk to Hilltop Third graders about Civics Day - 10152009

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Dr. Robert Waddington, a member of the Lawrence County Historical Society, examines a house at 104 Wallace Ave, New Castle. He is one of a group New Castle area residents opposed to the house being demolished to make a parking lot. wd lewis

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BOARDMAN - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara---- YSU student Aaron Pitts bows his head in prayer at the Liberty High School gymnasium for Fields of Faith 2009, Wednesday October 14, 2009

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The Vindicator/Lisa-Ann Ishihara-----Senator George Voinovich Friday October 16, 2009

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BOARDMAN - (7) Kenny Jones celebrates a touchdown Friday night. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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BOARDMAN - (13) Joe Markovitch leads the Boardman special teams and recovers a fumble Friday night. - Special to The Vindicator/Nick Mays

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Audrey Presbylski , a community activist with an interest in historical preservation, stands near a house at 104 Wallace Ave, New Castle. She is one of a group New Castle area residents opposed to the house being demolished to make a parking lot. wd lewis

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Stopped #85 Eric Kennehan is brought down by McDonalds #21 Devin Bansberg at the line during first half action in McDonald - robertkyosay

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McDonalds #3 Nick Cupan goes for a first down that set up a second quarter touchdown as Reserves #59 Brian Powell - is in pursuit - robertkyosay

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McDonalds #21 Devin Bansberg clears his own whole as he busts through the line left is Reserves #80 Clayton Hull and behind him is #53 Ed Crump - robertkyosay

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tied up Reserves #7 Shane Ewing is brough down by McDonalds #3 Nick Cupan and #28 Stephen Mohamed at the line during second quarter action at McDonald - robertkyosay

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McDonalds #3 Nick Cuan Leaps ahead of Western Reserve defenders #21 Ed Newhouse for a first and 10 during first half action at McDonald - robertkyosay

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Dancing Steps Reserves #80 Clayton Hull sidesteps McDonalds #28Stephen Mohamed during first quarter action - at McDonald Stadium -robertkyosay

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Reserves qb #7 Shane Ewing steps lively away from McDonalds #3 Nick Cupan to make a first down during first half action in McDonald - robertkyosay

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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Campbell vs Girard

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YSU AND HISTORY: Youngstown State University’s history department would take over the daily operations of the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor, commonly known as the steel museum, on Wood Street under an arrangement being negotiated with the Ohio Historical Society, which owns and operates the museum. Part of the university’s history department would relocate to the building, which houses exhibits such as the one above depicting a worker clocking in at the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. plant in 1930. The museum would remain open to the public.

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NEW HOME: Chris Butcher, senior operations manager at VXI Global Solutions, stands among new operators at the company’s downtown call center. Butcher, a Mahoning Valley native, was working in Los Angeles when he suggested VXI consider Youngstown for a call center.

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READY FOR A FIGHT: Billy Lyell works out at Burnside Boxing Club on Wednesday. Lyell will fight Chris Gray at Eastwood Expo Center on Saturday night.

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MUSEUM DISPLAY: An exhibit at the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor depicts the hearth of the Buckeye Furnace that made iron in the early 19th century. Youngstown State University is negotiating with the Ohio Historical Society to take over the museum’s operation.

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OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams, left, and Tobias Parrish, vice president of U.S. operations for VXI Global Solutions, pose after a ribbon-cutting ceremony. VXI opened its new downtown call center, which handles calls for DirecTV, with 40 employees Thursday.

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