Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met recently at Dona Vito’s Italian Grille in Struthers. Leslie Kiske, a co-founder of the English Center, presented a program on immigrants and their struggles. Three of her students also spoke and had dinner with the group. Chapter members shown from left are, front row, Tresa Kurz-Hedrich, Darlene Malaska, Linda Demeny, Joanne Kalbasky, Rita Herchik, parliamentarian, and Teresa Kopp. In the second row are Pat Marshall; Janice Donlin, treasurer; Joyce Swierz, secretary; Aggie Campanale, president; Mary Adams; Patti Cannatti; Theresa Eck; Ruby Peltz; Dr. Patricia Kelvin, vice president; and Cyndi Weigel. In the back are Leslie Kiske, presenter, and Cathy Wigley. Photo: SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Added: Tue, December 11, 2012
Holy Family School’s student council representatives recently sponsored a school-wide canned good collection to benefit Poland Food Pantry. A dress-down day was their reward. Posters in hallways read, “Bring the beans, wear your jeans!” Student council members are shown after loading the items into a pantry pick-up truck. In front from left are Anna Wollet, Angelina Rotunno, Zach Hyrb, Paige Ogden, Jacob Shogren, Thomas Fire, Colin Balas and Mark Armile. In the second row are Eve Cardello, left, Katrina Hayes, Jayda Benson, Michelle Hanna, Michael Masternick, Sonny Rodriguez and Alena Argiro; and on the truck are Gia Diorio, left, Grace Raymer and Anthony Formichelli. Photo: SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Added: Mon, November 19, 2012
Madison Opritza of Lowellville drives toward the basket as Alyssa Streb of McDonald plays defense during their game Monday night at McDonald. The visiting Rockets won, 61-35.
Tara Lawless, a freshman at South Range High School, competed in the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus in October.
Director Gerald Hamilton works with Milton Apolinnaris and Annise Colon as they rehearse the roles of Joseph and Mary. Rehearsals began Monday for kids who participate in Neighborhood Ministries’ after-school programs. At the West Side Community Center, 45 children will gather over the next three days to tell the Christmas story.
Margie Burnett, music director at Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church in Youngstown, directs the adult choir in a rehearsal for Christmas vesper service planned at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. The service, in its 65th year at the church, is a Mahoning Valley tradition and signals the start of Christmas for many.