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Photos on January 6, 2012

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Boardman-Poland Junior Women’s league 2012 officers are, from left to right, Yvonne Ford, first vice president and membership chairwoman; Nina Lowry, recording secretary; Linda Crish, corresponding secretary; Monica Baker, second vice president; and Sperry Rongone, president. At far right is Lisa Hedrick, junior director of GRWC/Ohio Federation of Women’s Clubs.

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Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hulea

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John P. Castronova and Kelly A. Croysdale

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Sara Canale and Alan Henson

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Easter Seals is beneficiary: MTC Easter Seals and Youngstown Hearing & Speech Center was recently presented with a check from the Youngstown-Columbiana Association of Realtors in the amount of $7,300. Ken Sklenar, right, president and chief executive of the recently merged organization, accepts the donation from Joan Zarlenga, 2011 YCAR president. Each year YCAR chooses a charitable organization to be the recipient of funds raised through annual dues, educational classes and 50-50 raffles at each of their meetings.

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Michael Gibson and Marlena Pisano

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During First Night Canfield, the city’s New Year’s Eve celebration, Patty Cervello, left, prepares to paint the face of little Olivia Madura at Canfield Middle School.

Added: Sat, December 31, 2011

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Pictures are claim to frame: Diane Chappell Foreman, of Chappell’s House of Pictures & Frames in Salem, took second place in the print competition of the Ohio Professional Picture Framer’s Association. Her work qualified for entry in the national competition, which will be in Las Vegas later this month. All PPFA members who enter the competition are given the same image and encouraged to express their individual taste. Foreman’s entry was judged on its quality of construction and materials used, along with visual impact.

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Rose Windt, seated, is with members of her family who gathered to celebrate her 100th birthday Jan. 4. From left to right are Gina McQuillan, a granddaughter; Melia Caban, a great-great-granddaughter; Jacquelyn Caban, a great-granddaughter; and Geraldine Zinghini, her daughter.

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Youngstown State’s Blake Allen drives around Denzel Brito of Loyola during Thursday’s game at Beeghly Center. YSU won 68-64 in overtime.

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Phantoms forward Ryan Belonger (16) tries to keep Muskegon’s Matt DeBlouw from the puck during Thursday’s game at the Covelli Centre.

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Aretha Franklin, shown at the taping of “Surprise Oprah! A Farewell Spectacular,” says the proposal from her longtime friend Willie Wilkerson was not entirely unexpected.

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In this photo provided by Barnes & Noble, a demonstrator holds the new Nook Tablet in New York. Barnes & Noble said Thursday it is reviewing its options for its growing Nook e-book reader business and might spin it off from its core bookstore business.

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The 2011 Chevrolet Volt debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles. General Motors will strengthen the structure around the batteries in its Volt electric cars to keep them safe during crashes, a person briefed on the matter said Thursday.

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A pair of bulls is displayed in front of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday to promote the Professional Bull Riders annual event at Madison Square Garden. Stocks steadily gained ground Thursday after falling sharply at the open. Investors weighed renewed concern about Europe against the latest encouraging report about the U.S. job market.

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Maureen O’Neil-Farris, a board member of Youngstown’s Neighborhood Improvement Corps, takes stock at the group’s Community Tool Shed on Youngstown-Poland Road.

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Tom Bartholomew of TeleGold Jewelers in Boardman looks through a magnifier to see the karat marking on a piece of jewelry.

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