Lori Everly, left, president of the Columbiana Area Business and Professional Women’s Group, recently presented a check in the amount of $200 to Casey Bertolette, development associate for Beatitude House in Youngstown. CAPBW also supports Christina House in Columbiana and Buckeye Girls State programs. It also is donating three $1,500 scholarships to area high school seniors. For information about the group contact Everly at email@example.com.
Added: Mon, May 21, 2012
Megan Villers and Justin Banasiewicz
Added: Tue, July 26, 2011
Quaker Steak & Lube in Austintown recently sponsored a Red Solo Cup fundraiser for autism. More than $3,000 was raised and donated to Fairhaven School in Niles. On April 25, the Lube’s marketing manager, Danielle Hall, and Coop, its chicken mascot, visited the school and presented the proceeds to school principal Rosanne Morell. Preschool students made a thank-you card for the folks at the Lube, which was given to Hall by her nephew, Angelo, a student at the school.
Added: Sun, February 5, 2012
Graduate Kenisha Coleman, 17, receives her diploma from Youngstown Board of Education President Lock P. Beachum Sr. during the commencement ceremony for the 2012 graduating class of Youngstown Early College on Sunday in Powers Auditorium.
Graduate Sara Posey receives her diploma from her mother, Lori Posey, treasurer for the Columbiana Board of Education, during the commencement ceremony.
Janet Loew, communications and public-relations director, shows off the new electronic event sign in front of the main library on Wick Ave.
The interior of the Hollywood Casino in Toledo features a glitzy motif. The casino is scheduled to open late this month.
Caitlyn Butler, left, watches as Kerra Loomis lines up a putt during Sunday’s first-round qualifier in the Girls U-17 Division for The Greatest Junior Golfer of the Valley tournament at Pine Lakes Golf Club in Hubbard. The top two boys and girls in each division (U-17 and U-14) advanced to the championship final set for July 21 at Trumbull Country Club. Butler finished tied for third with a 91, and Loomis finished in fifth with a 96.
Cleveland Indians left fielder Johnny Damon flips upside down after slamming into the outfield wall on an RBI-double by the Miami Marlins’ Logan Morrison in the eighth inning of Sunday’s interleague baseball game in Cleveland. The Indians fell 5-3.
Boardman native Michael Mannozzi will compete at the 10K race walking nationals in Albany, N.Y., on June 2, a tune-up for the 20K Olympic trials in Eugene, Ore., 28 days later.