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Piccadilly Parlour Victorian Tea Room, 114 S. Broad St., Canfield, was the location of the Sept. 25 meeting of three Red Hat groups. Queens Judy Hoffman, left, Paula DeMatteo and Barb Tidwell, with their club members enjoyed the food and camaraderie. Queen Paula with the Peppy Purple Red Hats from Hermitage, Pa., hosted the tea party while Queen Barb with the Border Queens from Masury and Queen Judy with the Roses of Sharon from Sharon, Pa., enjoyed the festivities. They exchanged ideas for future adventures and played games using red elephant gifts. A door prize was awarded.

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Boardman Lions Club recently made a $500 donation to the Boardman Center Middle School PANDA organization. From left to right are Terry Shears, Boardman Lions president; Mindy DePietro, Boardman Center Middle School counselor; Beth Bonish, PANDA coordinator; Bobby Morren and Madeline Kvasnasky, eighth-grade PANDA leaders; and Kris Dailey, Boardman Lions board member. PANDA, which stands for Prevent and Neutralize Drug and Alcohol Abuse, is no longer funded through the state. It is a program of Meridian Community Care that encourages responsible decisions about bullying, depression, violence, self-esteem and other issues and it meets every other Wednesday at the school.

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QUINN E. FREASE AND BRENT G. CROSS

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KELLY ZUNIC AND JASON SMITH

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Bree Quesenberry, far right, recently welcomed, from left to right, Margaret Pitts, Samantha Fricker, and Donna and Phyllis Galose as new members of Girard Junior Women. Junior Women is a nonprofit group dedicated to serving the community. They sponsor fundraisers of bazaars and trunk sales. Meetings are at local restaurants. The next meeting is Oct. 11. Dues are $6 per year. New members are welcome and should contact Quesenberry or any member. There also is a message box on Facebook listed as Girard Junior Women.

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Members of the Youngstown Lions Club, from left, Bill Ruggles, Diane Hardenbrook, George Kolesar, Bryan Hughes, Ed Brant, Roy Reese, Nancy Cuffle and Don Mathews, are busy collecting eyeglasses for those in need. The club will give the glasses to Uniontown Lion Recycling Center, where they are checked to make sure they can be recycled. The glasses are sent overseas with eye doctors to underdeveloped countries. To donate your used eyeglasses, drop them off at the following locations: Howard Hanna Real Estate, Poland and Canfield offices; libraries; Youngstown City Hall; Wickliffe Presbyterian Church; Eye Care Associates, downtown; Easter Seals; Dr. James Ellashek’s office in Canfield and Park Vista in Youngstown. Drop boxes are available for hospitals, schools, churches and places of business; contact the Youngstown Lions Club.

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Neighborhood Ministries recently received a check for $2,000 from Home Savings Charitable Foundation. Mindy Wiesensee, left, AVP branch manager of McCartney Road Home Savings, is shown presenting the oversized check to Mark Samuel, executive director of Neighborhood Ministries. The funds will be used to support programs and services to low-income families and their children. For information about Neighborhood Ministries, call 330-755-8696 or email mark_samuel@ohionm.org.

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Jimmie Johnson is all smiles in Victory Row following Sunday’s win at Texas Motor Speedway. It was the second victory in a row for Johnson, who is the Sprint Cup points leader with two races to go.

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Steelers running back Isaac Redman (33) is tackled by Giants strong safety Stevie Brown (27) during Sunday’s NFL game in East Rutherford, N.J. Redman rushed for 147 yards and scored the touchdown that gave Pittsburgh the 24-20 win over New York.

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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) beats Cleveland Browns safety Usama Young to the goal line on a 19-yard touchdown catch with 4:26 left to play in Sunday’s NFL game at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Baltimore won its 10th straight game over Cleveland — its 11th in a row inside the AFC North — with a 25-15 comeback win over the Browns.

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John Boehner chats with Virginia Whitacre of Warren after his speech in Niles on Sunday.

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Community members honored their loved ones who sacrificed their lives to the Vietnam War at the 21st annual Laying of the Roses ceremony in downtown Youngstown on Sunday. Above, Kathy Rose and Clint Ray of Austintown honor their loved one, Charles Brown Jr., at the war memorial on Central Square.

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Brookfield Warriors cheer squad during their victory in the first round of playoffs over Ashtabula Edgewood

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