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Photos on October 26, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator JUST TEA-SING: Prepared to serve after completing arrangements for a Victorian Christmas High Tea on Nov. 8 at the Strock Stone House are, from left, Joyce Pogany, president of Austintown Historical Society, and Marge Goldner, co-chair of the event,

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Special to The Vindicator REST STOP: Each fall and spring the Rotary Club of Canfield sponsors a clothing drive for those in need. Once the clothing is collected, it is sorted, packed and distributed to Appalachia, Indian reservations, Central America and India. The Poorest of the Poor project was started almost 20 years ago by Girard-Liberty Rotarian S.P. Wright and has been successful due to generous donations and the support of the community. Members of the Canfield community, Rotarians, and Canfield High School Interact are shown as they take a well-deserved break after a busy morning working on the clothing drive. Relaxing during the rest stop are Interact members, from left, Michael Brocker, Alexis Bates, Matt Schaefer, Layla Benaie, Chelsy Skalada, Dom Mirto, and McKenzie Hagy. Also participating but not pictured was Nick Delisio.

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Special to The Vindicator TRAVELERS: At the Oct. 5 meeting of the Rotary Club of Austintown, the speakers were from left, Jim and Dawn Tallman of Niles. Jim Tallman is a past district governor and now chairman of the district foundation grant program. The Tallmans traveled to India to see the results from funding of between $300,000 and $400,000 that District 6650 has sent there over the past six years. They visited a microfinance conference, which offers grants to women to start businesses and then sponsor others with profits. They took part in a Polio Day, in which 160 million children were immunized. They toured many Rotary water and solar cooking projects, a deaf school and Pardata Pardadi school for girls who can learn a trade to support themselves. At right is Brian Laraway, Austintown Rotary president, who presented a book in honor of the speakers to be donated to Woodside Elementary School Library.

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Alpeter

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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Bill Davis spent five years building the wooden sailboat William Harrow in the garage of his Girard home. He named the 19 foot boat for his grandfather.

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"Waiting in the rain to present Senior cheerleaders flowers are South Range cheerleaders, Kim Miglets, Alex DeRose, Emma Lewis, and Laura McEwan."

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Dawn Dickey

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"Two elementary girls, Reagan Irons and Salli Dispenza, decided that the rain wasn't so bad and came to the sidelines during the 3rd quarter to cheer with the South Range cheerleaders.

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Dawn Dickey

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"The rainy weather didn't stop the South Range band from performing Friday evening at halftime. The woodwinds didn't play, but the tubas and the rest of the brass sounded off!"

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Dawn Dickey

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"South Range band's version of the Jackson 5 performed during the halftime show...despite the rainy weather."

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Dawn Dickey

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"South Range Senior Cheerleaders are honored at Friday evening's Senior Night Ceremony."

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"South Range cheerleader, Dominique Bishop, signs a card for the East High Panthers using fellow cheerleader, Jesse Heck, as a desk."

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Dawn Dickey

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"South Range cheerleader, Emma Lewis, helps fellow cheerleaders Kim Miglets and Alex DeRose keep dry before Friday evening's rainy football game."

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Dawn Dickey

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"South Range Cheerleaders earned $3500 for breast cancer research and awareness and took that donation to the Pink Ribbon Cheer Classic at YSU this past Sunday. They were awarded trophies for first place "One in a Million" for the largest coin drive, first place "Best Banner," and seond place "Biggest Donation." In the past 6 years, the South Range Cheerleaders have raised $17,500 for this worthy cause.

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Dawn Dickey

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Briana and Bryce Revis showing some crusader spirt...GO CRUSADERS!!

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Here is a picture that can hopefully be put in this week's blitz "fan-tastic" back page. Provided Caption: Gina Serluco, graduate of Boardman High School, was crowned 2009 Homecoming Queen at Mount Union College.

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Christa Serluco

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Please find attached: Austintown Falcon Girls U10 Travel Soccer Team (took 2nd place in their league at final tournament in Warren this weekend).

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Ursuline Fan Jumps at the Opportunity to show her Spirit!

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Father & son sharing a moment before the Mooney-Ursuline game. Frank Sr. & Frank Lucurell Jr. on senior night.

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Cathy Brooks

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Friendly rivalry neighbors Danny Brooks & Frank Lucurell at the Ursuline Mooney game.

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Cathy Brooks

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Kory and Erica, Struthers Senior Homecoming

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