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Natalia Novicky, 8, practices use of present tense verbs as part of weekly tutoring. The third-grader is orginally from Ukraine and still learning English at Watson Elementary School.

Natalia Novicky, 8, practices use of present tense verbs as ...

Natalia Novicky, 8, practices use of present tense verbs as part of weekly tutoring. The third-grader is orginally from Ukraine and still learning English at Watson Elementary School.


Stambaugh Auditorium’s E.M. Skinner Co. pipe organ, top, first installed in 1926 when the auditorium opened, has been refurbished for $1.4 million. The organ is the only remaining Skinner in the area. Its pipes vary from one the size of a pencil to one that’s 32 feet long and weighs 750 pounds.

Stambaugh Auditorium’s E.M. Skinner Co. pipe organ, top, first installed ...

Stambaugh Auditorium’s E.M. Skinner Co. pipe organ, top, first installed in 1926 when the auditorium opened, has been refurbished for $1.4 million. The organ is the only remaining Skinner in the area. Its pipes vary ...


Virigina Dailey

Virigina Dailey

Virigina Dailey


Patte Ulery, left, reads over a fable with Wendy Liu, a sixth-grader at Austintown Middle School. Wendy will be exiting the English tutoring program this year. She grew up in China.

Patte Ulery, left, reads over a fable with Wendy Liu, ...

Patte Ulery, left, reads over a fable with Wendy Liu, a sixth-grader at Austintown Middle School. Wendy will be exiting the English tutoring program this year. She grew up in China.


Richard Konzen plays. The professor of music at Grove City College and nationally renowned organist helped to show off the organ Monday.

Richard Konzen plays. The professor of music at Grove City ...

Richard Konzen plays. The professor of music at Grove City College and nationally renowned organist helped to show off the organ Monday.


Kevin L. West

Kevin L. West

Kevin L. West


In this user-submitted photos, a tree in Kinsman is home to birds toughing out the winter storm. To submit your own winter photos, e-mail weather@vindy.com.

In this user-submitted photos, a tree in Kinsman is home ...

In this user-submitted photos, a tree in Kinsman is home to birds toughing out the winter storm. To submit your own winter photos, e-mail weather@vindy.com.


Meals to be thankful for: Kiwanis Club of Western Mahoning County provided 100 Thanksgiving baskets for the less fortunate in the Mahoning Valley during the recent holiday. The turkeys and all the trimmings, fruit, desserts and breakfast items were purchased and assembled at the Henry Nemenz IGA on Meridian Road. Looking over some of the items before they were distributed by Kiwanis members or taken to the Saxon Club to be picked up by recipients are, from left, Kiwanians Tom Eisenbraun, lieutenant governor of Division 21, and Steve Marshall, interclub chairman. Funds to support the annual project were contributed by the Kiwanis clubs of Youngstown and Western Mahoning County and included a $1,000 grant from the District Kiwanis Foundation.

Meals to be thankful for: Kiwanis Club of Western Mahoning ...

Meals to be thankful for: Kiwanis Club of Western Mahoning County provided 100 Thanksgiving baskets for the less fortunate in the Mahoning Valley during the recent holiday. The turkeys and all the trimmings, fruit, desserts ...


Molnar

Molnar

Molnar


Let the games begin: Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, opened in October and is already a busy place. One of the attractions for senior citizens is the opportunity to enjoy the new cornhole games. Made by seniors at Lordstown Senior Center, the games were donated to the Austintown center by First National Bank, which also recently provided the center with five computer desks. Ready for the games to begin are, from left, Ann Clark; Leta Sims; Jim Miller; Elizabeth and Alex Panno; Richard Stevens, business development officer with FNB; Tim Richardson of FNB; Myra and Gary Brant; and Jack Myers.

Let the games begin: Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, ...

Let the games begin: Austintown Senior Center, 100 Westchester Drive, opened in October and is already a busy place. One of the attractions for senior citizens is the opportunity to enjoy the new cornhole games. ...


Ring in the holidays: Kindergartner Nicolette Leonard displays a live Frasier fir Christmas wreath like the ones St. Patrick School in Hubbard is selling. Each one measures about 22 inches and comes decorated with berries, pinecones and a red ribbon. The cost of each wreath is $28. Wreaths can be purchased at the church, 367 N. Main St., after 4 p.m. Mass on Saturday or after the 9:30 or 11 a.m. Masses on Sunday. If the times are not convenient, call the school at 330-534-2509 to arrange a time. Wreaths can be taken home at the time of purchase.

Ring in the holidays: Kindergartner Nicolette Leonard displays a live ...

Ring in the holidays: Kindergartner Nicolette Leonard displays a live Frasier fir Christmas wreath like the ones St. Patrick School in Hubbard is selling. Each one measures about 22 inches and comes decorated with berries, ...