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Photos on December 19, 2011

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Women’s club inducts new members: The Columbiana Area Business and Professional Women’s Club inducted three new members at a recently meeting at Mason’s Steak House in Washingtonville. From left are Amy Trummer of Premier Designs, Michele Simonelli of Simonelli Law and Brenda Chilton of Key Bank. Judi Allio, right, is vice president of CABPW. The club’s mission includes achieving equity for women in the workplace through education and information. The club’s only fundraiser, an annual style show, raised funds to provide three $1,500 scholarships to young women in the area.

Added: Mon, December 19, 2011

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Campbell Memorial class marks 55th: Campbell Memorial High School Class of 1956 celebrated its 55th reunion recently. A Friday night football game was followed by a pizza party at Belleria in Campbell; a dinner dance took place Saturday night at Archangel Michael Community Center; and a Sunday brunch at Bruno’s Restaurant in Boardman concluded the weekend. Classmates are shown above, from left to right. Row 1: Organizing committee members Mike Kotyuha, Jim Cioffi, Don Conti, Laurissa Sirilla Rusnak, Andrea Wolfe Pringle, Cecilia Hudran Bogan, Jean Hudack Stephenson, Ron Hudach, Betty Stellmar Simchick and Elaine Misko Moskosky. Row 2: Sarah Bobo Smith, Leola Gore Cash, Caliope Climes Kelly, Martha Dubaj Salvatore, Thelma Patellis Capazello, Richard Hodor, Jim Carwell, Elaine Reichert Innocenzi, Mary Jane Turacek Miller, Sally Kochmar Marchionda, Carol Elko Stricklin, Antoinette Scarfo Jones, Joann Miceli Rovder, Shirley Hodge Long, Gladys Koval Speis, Dr. Peter Niciforos, Martha Mastrovaselis Marousis, Gayle Shook Elmer and Sylvia Vouis Markopoulos. Row 3: Sharlene Tofil Kondas, Barbara Ziak Raybuck, Frank Morris, Mike Tsangaris, Luther Griffiths, George Graban, Ron Galitsky, Jerry Zetts, Charles Keshock, Albert Gerlick and Nancy Walter Martin-Culet. Absent from the photo but present at the reunion were committee members Bob Rish, Nick Frazeskos and Marshall Sewell.

Added: Mon, December 19, 2011

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Students collect for the needy: St. Patrick School in Hubbard recently had a food drive. Hoping to make the holidays a little easier for those in need, students in each classroom collected specific items that included canned and boxed food, household cleaning supplies and paper products. They filled more than 15 boxes and bags, which were donated to the St. Vincent de Paul Society for distribution. Among the students who participated are, left to right, front row: Mollie Greco, Nora DePizzo and Lauren Murcko; middle row: Matt Jacobs, Elizabeth Sandy and Elaina Matricardi; and back row: Daniel Robinson, Cooper Muccio and Hayden Lopez.

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Jon Mazur and Deanna Theodore

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Kara L. Opritza and Corey E. Miller

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Kim Jong Il

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"WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE A FACILITY THAT ALL THE ANIMAL [WELFARE] GROUPS IN THE AREA ARE COMFORTABLE WITH.” - John McNally IV, Mahoning County commissioner

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Cody Parthemer, left, and Adam Adgate work with flowers at Adgate’s Garden Center in Cortland. Adgate treats poinsettias to prevent white fl ies and other pests and uses growth regulators to keep the plants short, full and fluffy. The plants range in price from $10 to $24.

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Gary Downing of Cortland displays Brain Swaggle, the interactive computer board game he developed, which combines the vocabulary skills needed for Scrabble with the strategic skills required for chess.

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Linda Gooden, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Information Systems and Global Solutions, tells graduates at YSU’s fall commencement that as “millennials,” they “hold the power to make the world a better place.”

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Morgan Leonard, 13, an eighth-grader, crosses a toy off the board Friday at Canfield Middle School. She was working on the Leo Club’s Operation Christmas Carol, which collects toys for needy children throughout the Canfield area. The Leo Club is a student affiliate of the Lions Club. Members of the club earned money to help buy presents for children.

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Steven Isaac, left, and Brad Melmon, director of product development of TouchFire, display the silicone overlay that goes on top of the virtual keyboard of an Apple iPad.

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Middlebrooks

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Arizona Cardinals running back and former Ohio State standout Beanie Wells (26) is upended by Cleveland Browns free safety Mike Adams (20) and D’Qwell Jackson (52) in the second half Sunday’s NFL game in Glendale, Ariz. The Browns gave up a 10-point lead and fell to the Cardinals, 20-17, in overtime.

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After holding teams without a rushing touchdown through the first 13 weeks — one game shy of the NFL record — the 49ers’ defense will get a big test from Pittsburgh RB Rashard Mendenhall (34) and the rest of the Steelers tonight in a game overfl owing with playoff implications.

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