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Photos on June 24, 2011

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Members of the Gear Busters car club look at Denny Pevan's 1967 Pontiac GTO during the Steel Valley Super Nationals Friday at Quaker City Raceway.

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Three generations of racing: Joseph, James and Lou Paglia pose with James Paglia's 2007 Ford Mustang GT at the Steel Valley Super Nationals at the Quaker City Motorsports Park. The trio is part of the Gear Buster's car club.

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The Gear Busters car club from New Castle, Pa. poses with their cars Friday at the Steel Valley Super Nationals. Member Denny Pevan explains the club is a family that goes everywhere and does everything together. Next, they'll be at Back to the 50s in their hometown.

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The Gear Busters car club from New Castle, Pa. poses with their cars Friday at the Steel Valley Super Nationals. Member Denny Pevan explains the club is a family that goes everywhere and does everything together. Next, they'll be at Back to the 50s in their hometown.

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Nick Pauline drivers a 1966 Chevy Nova at the 2011 Steel Valley Super Nationals in Salem. It was the sixth year for the event at that location.

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Ross Shaner gets into his 1998 Camaro at the Steel Valley Super Nationals at the Quaker City Motorsports Park. Shaner is part of the Gear Buster's club from New Castle, Pa.

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Denny Pevan gets into his GTO. An admitted 'Pontiac fanatic,' Pevan owns two GTOs which he and his wife, Linda, race.

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Joseph Paglia poses with his father's car Friday at the Steel Valley Super Nationals at the Quaker City Motorsports Park. The rain prevented racing Friday, the first day of the event.

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Steel Valley Super Nationals promoter Brian Cazzco, left, with new Quaker City Raceway vice president of operations Duke Fox, and Steel Valley Super Nationals promoter Corey Ward, left, gather during the event Friday.

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The Rollers members George Becker and Wayne Holcomb are seen in the reflection of Holcomb's Bel-Air. Members of the Cleveland car club were in Salem Friday for the Steel Valler Super Nationals.

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Wayne Holcomb dries off his 1954 Bel-Air during Steel Valley Super Nationals. He's part of the Cleveland car club, The Rollers, and plans on racing this weekend in Salem.

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Gray skies and rain were the story of the Steel Valley Super Nationals Friday at Quaker City Motorsports Park. The weather prevented race action.

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Gray skies and rain were the story of the Steel Valley Super Nationals Friday at Quaker City Motorsports Park. The weather prevented race action.

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Amanda L. Alexander and Robert L. Ramunno

Added: Tue, June 5, 2012

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Chizmar

Added: Thu, March 10, 2011

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The Argus Ladies Association met June 12 at Argus Park in Canfield for the group’s annual picnic. The group, which was formed in 1960, is made up of widows of past Master Masons. Officers are June Williams, president; June Hill, secretary/treasurer; and Dawn Crosby, coordinator. Attending the meeting at the park were, from left, Evelyn Bosley, Elizabeth Dailey, Mary Alice Vaughn, Terry Crosby, June Hill, Dawn Crosby and Ann Sheets.

Added: Sun, June 12, 2011

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Amanda M. Chopp and Charles R. Housteau

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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Committee members for the first Clubs for Kids Golf Classic, to take place Aug. 5 at the Youngstown Country Club are, from left, Paul Dutton, Susan Berny, Sallie Tod Dutton and Greg Strollo.

Added: Tue, June 21, 2011

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Tina Shaerban and Josh Arundel

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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Nicholas Cappuzzello and Jessica Felice

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Robert Markwell and Rachel Wilson

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Good sportsmanship: Chase Brooks, left, and Maddie Leek, eighth-graders at Holy Family School in Poland, received the George Mahl Sportsmanship Award at the Athletic Awards Banquet in May at the Holy Family Parish Center. The award, which is earned through votes by fellow classmates, is given annually to two Holy Family School athletes.

Added: Tue, May 17, 2011

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Eric A. Shafer and Nichole M. Mellott

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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Krista Ginnetti and Vincent Antonucci

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald Renzenbrink

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Andrew A. Lothson and Erin E. Wright

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Zachary P. Neutzling and Cheryl L. Worona

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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Novel destinations: Monica Butler of Newton Falls was the first week’s winner of Newton Falls Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Novel Destinations activities. More prizes will be awarded during the summer at the library, at 204 S. Canal Street.

Added: Wed, June 15, 2011

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Phillip Schneeberger and Dana L. Frank

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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A cultural experience: Seventh-graders at Holy Family School in Poland took part in May in International Day. The event was organized by Linda Taylor, who teaches history and social studies to Grades 6-8. Students learned about a variety of cultures and traditions, then brought in food special to them. Above, Evan Leek, left, Brennan Bizon and Matthew Holsinger enjoy International Day food.

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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A gift to Sojourner House: The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #213 in Youngstown donated $800 recently to Sojourner House. The funds were raised over the past year by the group, which has donated to the Youngstown facility, its “President’s Charity,” since 2006. Above, Cindy Long, president of F.O.E. Ladies Auxiliary 213, right, presents the check to Audrey Walker, house manager of Sojourner House.

Added: Fri, June 24, 2011

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