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Photos on February 3, 2012

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Library Friends officers: Friends of the Austintown Library, 600 S. Raccoon Road, have elected new officers for 2012. Shown from left to right are Mary Ellen Wilcox, Dorothy Fizet and Judy Cebriak. Doug Wilcox is absent from the picture. The group meets on the third Monday of each month and sponsors a variety of speakers. For more information call the library at 330-744-8636, or visit the website at www.libraryvisit.org.

Added: Mon, January 23, 2012

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ROBERT K. YOSAY|THE VINDICATOR: Second Chance Animal Rescue will sponsor its annual Night at the Races fundraiser Saturday at St. Michael Hall in Canfield. Counting on the event to raise money for supporting the rescued animals’ care are, from left to right, Roy Reese, marketing director; Debbie Morgan, chairwoman; and volunteers Helen Dolak and Deb Alexander.

Added: Tue, January 24, 2012

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The Columbiana Business and Professional Women’s Group inducted five new members at its Jan. 24 meeting. From left to right are President Lori Everly, Christina Sweeney (Mary Kay Cosmetics), Wendy Gavalier (Verizon), Joyce Lasky (independent Landstar agent), Ruth McCullagh (Kent State University) and Ashley Zehentbauer (Maurice’s). The group meets the fourth Tuesday of most months. The meeting place changes, and guest speakers are always announced. For membership information call Everly at 330-853-5896. The cost is $43 per year. The organization has been promoting equity for women in the workplace through advocacy and professional development.

Added: Fri, February 3, 2012

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Trumbull Retired Teachers gather: Addressing their membership at a recent meeting of the Trumbull Retired Teachers Association were, from left, President Barb Wright, Ohio RTA President Dave Gynn and TRTA Vice President Denise DelTondo. The next meeting of Trumbull RTA will be at noon Feb. 14 at Ciminero’s Banquet Centre, 123 N. Main St., Niles. The speaker will be Dr. Donald Allen, author of Tarawa — The Aftermath, the story of an island where Dr. Allen has searched for the remains of World War II MIAs. To attend, send $11 to Mary Novotny, 5799 Sarah Ave. NW, Warren, OH 44483.

Added: Tue, December 13, 2011

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Collingwood

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Democratic Women’s club hosts Jan. meeting: Trumbull County Federated Democratic Women’s Club hosted the January meeting for Warren Federated Women. Members, seated from left, are Fran Wilson, Helene Seifert, Margaret O’Brien and Marge Jewel. Standing are Jean Victor, Judie Hartley, Julie King and Roselyn Gadd. Laurie Gibson is missing from the picture. The group will meet on the first Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at SCOPE, 220 W. Market St., Warren. There will be a speaker, and refreshments will be served.

Added: Fri, February 3, 2012

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It’s a banner day! Columbiana County Recorder Craig Brown, in the middle, recently presented state of Ohio flags to social studies classes at Westgate Middle School in East Liverpool. Fifth- and sixth-graders welcomed him along with Mrs. Shari Voltz, at left, and Mrs. Vicky Pearson, far right.

Added: Mon, January 23, 2012

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Don’t worry; bee happy: St. Patrick School in Hubbard conducted its annual spelling bee Jan. 13. Seventh-grader Marie Bond is this year’s winner, and the runner-up is Daniel Stimbu, also a seventh-grader. Marie will represent the school at Youngstown State University during The Vindicator Spelling Bee.

Added: Thu, January 19, 2012

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Rotary’s Reverse Raffle: The Rotary Club of Austintown will have its annual Reverse Raffle March 10 at the Maronite Center, and members are preparing for this major fundraiser. The club sponsors a number of local, national and international projects to serve the community. Local projects include Woodside Reads literacy tutors, library book purchase programs, dictionaries for all third-graders in Austintown and Jackson Milton, scholarships for Fitch High School students and support of Fitch Interact Club. The evening fundraiser will feature dinner, cocktails, a money raffle, dancing, and basket auction. Tickets cost $150 per couple. Here, four members gear up for their sales. In front is President Deanna Spirko, and in back, from left to right, are Treasurer Brian Frederick, Dave Buttar and Dr. Michael Cafaro.

Added: Mon, January 30, 2012

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Girard Junior Women: Girard Junior Women officers, from left, Bree Quesenberry, Kendra Allen and Roberta Lawrentz greet Heather Walker, right, of the Girard Free Library. Walker recently spoke to GJW about various programs offered at the library and explained the benefits of CLEVNET, a Northeast Ohio library consortium which GFL recently joined. The group meets on the second Thursday of each month, and Kathie Rossell will host the next meeting. The group welcomes new members interested in serving the community.

Added: Thu, January 12, 2012

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Fourth-grade spelling champs: Hubbard Elementary School had its fourth-grade spelling bee Jan. 13. The first place finisher was Nathaniel Arthur, left, who successfully spelled the word “blatant.” Finishing in second place was Laney McCallister, center, followed by MacKenzie Hurd, right, who took third place. Nathaniel will represent the school in the Trumbull County and The Vindicator spelling bees.

Added: Fri, January 13, 2012

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Prosser

Added: Tue, April 26, 2011

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Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bahny

Added: Fri, February 3, 2012

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Teague

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University of Akron president Luis M. Proenza, background, listens as former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel addresses the media after being introduced as the university’s new vice president for strategic engagement at a press conference in Akron on Thursday.

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Youngstown State’s Brandi Brown (42) drives past Valparaiso’s Gina Lange (31) during the second half of Thursday’s game at YSU’s Beeghly Center. Brown scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Penguins’ 64-58 victory.

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PGA golfer Jason Kokrak signs autographs before the start of Round 1 of the 2012 Waste Management Phoenix Open on Thursday at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz. Kokrak, a Warren native, shot a 1-over 72 to finish the day tied for 88th.

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Lexi Burdman, a sixth-grader at Akiva Academy, shows off Rosetta Stone’s Hebrew language program. The school is using the program to supplement Hebrew instruction.

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Conway

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Alicia Warden, mother of comedianactor Tracy Morgan, talks in the living room of her South Side home about her life. She spoke about her relationship with her wealthy son, and how it has gone so wrong.

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Foley

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Sgt. Sherrey McMahon of the Warren Police Department sits in one of the patrol cars equipped with video and audio capabilities. The video monitor is at the upper right next to the camera. The department will install the equipment in all patrol cars over the next year to help police better comply with an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department.

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