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« Latest photos / 2011 / November / 23

Photos on November 23, 2011

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Don't forget to pick up Thursday's paper for all the holiday ads.

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Mark Sweetwood is coordinating Black Friday coverage.

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Photographer Bill Lewis will cover Black Friday.

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They’re making a difference: The girls of Girl Scout Troop 301 have completed two of their 10 monthly community service activities in their Year of Service project. The girls, who live in Youngstown, Girard, McDonald, Canfield, Austintown, Mineral Ridge and Liberty, are excited to be helping their communities. In October, they participated in Make a Difference Day, when they collected more than 30 bags of garbage in a section of Mill Creek Park. Some of the girls also raked leaves for their neighbors who are unable to. On Nov. 5, they donated clothing to the local Goodwill for Goodwill Good Turn Day. For their December project they will adopt a local family and spend their troop savings to brighten their Christmas. From left to right are Emma Reardon, Elizabeth Neff, A.J. Neff, Kaitlyn Cefalde, Katie Samuels and Katrina Neff.

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Photographer Jessica Kanalas will be covering Black Friday shopping.

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Running in the right direction: Mario Abbattista Jr., left, and Nick Braydich, two eighth-graders from Holy Family School, placed in Habitat for Humanity’s 5K Home Run Race in Poland. Braydich was 29th overall and placed second in his age group. Abbattista was 30th and placed third in his age group. Approximately 150 runners participated in the race.

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Interact conference attendees: Five members of the Fitch Interact Club and their adviser, Gary Reel, attended the District Interact Conference on Nov. 13 at the Salem Community Center. Pictured are, front row, from left, Jaclynn Choma, Spencer Skolnick and Kayleigh Choma, and, in back, Adrianna Haber (Boardman club), Sierra DuBois and Latrice Nelson. Attending were 150 students from 15 Interact Clubs. The club is a high school branch of Rotary International. Students from Canfield, Boardman, Struthers, East Palestine, Salem and Warren also attended. The day was planned by Gina Dermotta of Salem and Tom Baringer of Struthers.

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Sweet Potato Chowder

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it’s time to shake things up with a new twist on our favorite autumn flavors such as a three-layer pumpkin pie.

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Western Reserve’s Sam Steininger (57) and friends smothered VA-SJ quarterback Anthony Sywanyk for a big loss in a Week 11 playoff game. Saturday, the Blue Devils will play in their first state semifinal game.

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Ohio State’s Luke Fickell coaches against Indiana during a Nov. 5 game in Columbus. Fickell’s fate is up in the air as the Buckeyes prepare for a trip to Michigan.

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Specialist Glenn Carell, right, works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday. The collapse of talks aimed at reducing the staggering U.S. budget deficit weighed on world markets Tuesday.

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Sister Nancy Dawson, general superior of the Ursuline Sisters of Youngstown, addresses 200 clergy, government officials and lay faith leaders at the 26th annual Mayors’ Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday at Mahoning Country Club. Her theme was “Better Together.”

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Fourth-grade students at Springfield Elementary School sang carols Tuesday as they created a “Christmas Tree Lane” with their personalized trees.

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This 34-foot blue spruce Christmas tree was donated by city resident Richard Greenwalt of Lansing Avenue. Diamond Steel Construction employees, including Marty Martin, pictured above, volunteered to help the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation get the tree to downtown Central Square.

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Source: U.S. Department of Labor

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