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Photos on December 3, 2010

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Aaron Hartsough, a freshman at Youngstown State University, and Rachael Morris, a senior at Canfield High School, stopped at Grandma's house at Speece Lake before heading to Canfield's Homecoming 2010. Photo submitted by Lana VanAuker of Canfield.

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Holding the trophies they received as they were honored at the annual Junior Civic League’s Cinderella Ball are, from left, Tiara Williams, second attendant; Asia Walker, Miss Cinderella; and Keisha Talley, first attendant.

Added: Fri, December 3, 2010

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Catholic Charities retirement: From left to right are Flo Prokop, Virginia Santone and Maria Carson. Carson, who was honored during a recent party at Alberini’s restaurant, retired as financial director after 47 years of employment at the Catholic Charities Regional Agency. In attendance for the celebration were co-workers, family, board members and friends. Santone is Carson’s mother, and Prokop, who retired in August from CCRA, is her sister. Carson began as a secretary at the agency. While working as office manager, she completed her bachelor’s degree in accounting from Youngstown State University. She had been financial director for the past 14 years.

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A good deed is done: Sperry Rongone, left, a Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s League provisional member, and Audrey Walker from the Sojourner House stand with some of the items collected for Sojourner. The house shelters women and children who are victims of domestic violence. Rongone’s provisional project was to collect items from members of the BPJWL that were included on a wish list from residents. She will be installed as a new member at the December social.

Added: Mon, November 1, 2010

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Challenging program: Rich Blevins presented a program outlining the objectives of “Teen Challenge” during a recent meeting of Austintown Rotary Club. The speaker explained that the residential faith-based recovery support program for men has about a 60 percent success rate for addictions and that heroin is apparently the drug of choice in the Valley. Funded entirely by community donations, the 12-month program requires discipline, responsible decision-making and accountability. For information about admission into Ohio Valley Teen Challenge call 330-743-9030. Congratulating Blevins following his informative talk was Susan Leetch, president of Austintown Rotary.

Added: Mon, November 22, 2010

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