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Photos on February 12, 2010

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Special to The Vindicator HELPING OUT: Boardman Poland Junior Women’s League has planned a St. Patrick’s Day celebration March 13 that will benefit 11-year-old Paige Neville, who suffers from a rare vascular condition. From left to right are bagpiper Stephen Sutherland Holter, who will perform at the event; Paige; Nina Lowery; and Gretchen Neville, Paige’s mother.

Added: Fri, February 5, 2010

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Pokrivnak

Added: Fri, July 17, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator AND ALL THAT JAZZ: Second Avenue Project, comprising the eight musicians above, will provide classic selections of rhythm and blues, swing, jazz and top 40 tunes for dancing during the “Mad About the Arts” event Friday at the McDonough Museum of Art. In addition to music, the popular cultural event will feature fine wines and food, and a display of selected artworks in various media by the studio art faculty from the department of art at Youngstown State University.

Added: Fri, February 12, 2010

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Brian Peebles and Amy Restle

Added: Sun, September 20, 2009

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moore

Added: Fri, February 12, 2010

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Special to The Vindicator READY TO DELIVER: Carnations are being sold by the Eastern Regional Kidney Foundation to raise funds that will benefit patients suffering from kidney disease. Among those making sure the flowers are delivered in time for the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day are, from left standing, Bob Morell, vice president and kidney transplant recipient, and Meghan Hiland, grants; and seated, Nancy Rusu and Mariann Haschenburger, secretary and chair of the sale.

Added: Mon, January 18, 2010

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Special to the Vindicator BE MY VALENTINE: Despite the recent snowstorm, Brock Glass, a teacher at Mahoning County High School in Youngstown, persuaded Megan Kennedy, an art major at Slippery Rock University, to brave the elements and travel to Columbiana for a tour of Roberta’s Gallery of Fine Art. After visiting the gallery, the owner, Roberta Myers, invited the New Castle couple to view a private collection of art at her home. While in the garden room, Brock dropped to his knee and proposed to the surprised Megan before placing a ring on her finger. Coming out of hiding to share the excitement were the couples’ parents, who had helped plan the engaging moment.

Added: Sat, February 6, 2010

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