Committee members of Monday Musical Club at Stambaugh Auditorium including (Left to Right) Richard Esposito (President), Cindy Miller (First Vice President) and Jim Echement Executive Director of the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley. The Monday Musical Club's annual collection for the Rescue Mission that will take place during an upcoming concert for Judy Collins...Photo Credit: Lindsay McCall | The Vindicator
Added: Mon, December 3, 2012
The Rev. Michael Swierz, president of Youngstown St. Joseph the Provider School, and the school’s Student Council members are spearheading a collection of new, unwrapped toys for the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. Donations are being accepted at the school, 1125 Turin Ave., until Wednesday. For information call 330-259-0353.
Added: Wed, November 28, 2012
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Youngstown police are investigating a shootout at the Lansdowne Red & White Super Market on the city’s East Side.
Boardman Center students learn about Rachel’s Challenge and how they can help others and create a culture of
compassion at their school.
Chris Yambar, a comic-book writer and artist who has worked on “The Simpsons” comic book, speaks to members of the Young Adult Club of Hubbard Public Library. Yambar made a presentation at the library Tuesday.
The local Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program, coordinated by the 4th Landing Support Equipment Company at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna, received a $5,000 check from Cafaro Corp. on Tuesday at the Kmart Super Center in Niles. Harry Dampf of Canfield, fourth from left, headed a Marine Corps League campaign to raise money to buy 115 bicycles to be distributed as part of Toys for Tots. From left to right are: Leo Connelly Jr. and Frank Sokol, both League members; Joe Bell, Cafaro Corp.; Dampf; Marine Gunnery Sgt. Brian Zeilfang, co-coordinator of the local Toys for Tots program; Bruce Kirkland and Sam Lanza, League members; and Jake Aron, Kmart store manager.
Poland’s Jacob Wolfe (5) looks to go up for a shot as Liberty’s John Helms Jr. (12) goes for a block Tuesday night. The host Bulldogs beat the Leopards, 51-41.
McDonald’s Matt Seitz (40) goes up for a shot as Mineral Ridge’s Nathan Palmer (23) defends Tuesday night. McDonald won, 82-73.