The League of Women Voters of Greater Youngstown honored longtime members, from left, seated: Anne Harpman, Jane Beilby, Nancy Brundage, Mary Rita Carney, Virginia Shorten and Rose Marie Wolf, and standing, Marion Gillette, Mary Ann Limmer, Deb Matthews and Fran Wilson. Also honored were Norma Coe Anderson, Betty Beelen, Dr. Barbara Brothers, Marilynn Harrison, Kathleen Johnson, Gloria Rule and Toni Schildcrout. The league is forming a book club with the first meeting planned at 6 p.m. Aug. 22 at the home of Dr. Brothers. The first book will be “It’s Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided with the New Politics of Extremism” by Thomas E. Mann, Brookings Institute, and Norman J. Ornstein, American Enterprise Institute. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to participate.
Added: Mon, May 21, 2012
Promoting the Northeast Homeowners and Concerned Citizens Association’s fundraiser and recognition banquet set for Aug. 24 are, from left, Bennie Harrell; Olla Tate, publicity chairwoman; and Betty Crafter Royal, fundraiser chairwoman.
Added: Mon, July 30, 2012
A complaints choir sings in a European city in this scene from a video that is part of the Living As Form exhibition.
(L-R) Pat Billett, John Kwolek, and Patricia Natalie make up 3 of the 5 Friends of the Mahoning River. They plan to fundraise for the cleaning of the Mahoning River to remove contaminated sediments and make it a more functional area. They are seen behind the B & O restaurant which has a direct view of the river in Youngstown, Ohio.
Pittsburgh Pirates’ Garrett Jones (46) misses a catch allowing Houston Astros’ J. D. Martinez to triple in the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday in Houston. The Astros won 9-5.
USA’s Kevin Durant drives to the basket past France’s Ali Traore during the first half of a preliminary men’s basketball game at the 2012 Summer Olympics on Sunday in London. The USA won 98-71.
Scrappers base runner Aaron Siliga (2) crosses home plate behind Brooklyn Cyclones catcher Kevin Plawecki to score the Mahoning Valley’s first run of the game. Siliga also tripled, but the Scrappers fell to Brooklyn, 10-5, in front of 3,398 fans at Eastwood Field.
Patrick, 9, Abigail, 7, and Katherine, 3 sell their familie's homemade maple syrup with their mother Mary Wolfgang, of Hanoverton. Their first customer of the day, Lou Markovich of Salem said his favorite local product at the market is the syrup.
Sam Martuccio shines his daughter’s car at the Thunder in the Park car show in Woodland Park in McDonald. He restored the 1966 Mustang for his daughter, Lucua.