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Photos on October 1, 2012

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Holding oversized checks totaling a donation of $11,700 to Access Health Mahoning Valley are representatives of area organizations, from left, Janice Strasfeld, executive director of Youngstown Foundation, which gave $1,700; Patricia Brozik, president of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley with a donation of $7,500; and Deborah Grinstein, endowment director for Youngstown Area Jewish Federation, which donated $2,500. Access Health, a nonprofit organization, provides free health and dental care to poor and uninsured adults in Trumbull and Mahoning counties. Access Health recognized key supporters Sept. 12 at Youngstown City Health District.

Added: Wed, September 12, 2012

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Kiwanis Ohio District members took school supplies to their recent convention in Boardman to participate in the United Way of Mahoning Valley’s “Stuff the Bus” campaign. Among those involved with the project were Phyllis Ricadonna of Steubenville, left, Lt. Governor for Division 21; Randy Beard of Warren, immediate past president of the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation; Katie Rennard of Akron, district convention service chair; Bob Hannon, executive director of United Way of the Mahoning Valley; Barbara Smith of Girard, Ohio district convention chair; and Tom Eisenbraun of Youngstown Kiwanis Club and past governor of Division 21.

Added: Sat, August 11, 2012

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Boardman Performing Arts Center recently received a donation of $2,000 from Home Savings Charitable Foundation to help buy and install a new sound system that will improve the quality of its productions. From left are Nick Opritza, supervisor of the center; Frank Constantino, Home Savings Boardman office; and Frank Lazzeri, superintendent of Boardman School District. Darlene Pavlock is executive director of the foundation.

Added: Fri, January 21, 2005

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Hubbard vs. East Liverpool

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Seniors Kelsey Gill and Alyssa Carline cheer on their Poland Bulldogs during the Poland/Struthers game

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Poland Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders are all smiles after the Bulldogs big win against Struthers

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Austintown Fitch cheerleaders and danceline in action

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Austintown Fitch homecoming

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Austintown Fitch drumline

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Rifle and flag lines at attention while the homecoming king and queen are announced

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Tim Frost, a Youngstown-native who attended East and Ursuline high schools, is now making a living in Tampa, Fla., mentoring children on and off the football field. Overcoming his own hurdles with the sport and in life, Frost feels he is right at home giving back to his community.

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Brad Keselowski took the checkered flag in Sunday’s race at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del.

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American Brandt Snedeker looks skyward after missing a putt on the first hole of singles play Sunday during the last round of the Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Ill. After trailing by four points, the European squad matched a record rally to tie the U.S. team and keep the Cup.

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San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham (82) breaks a tackle by New York Jets defensive end Mike DeVito (70) during the first half of Sunday’s NFL game in East Rutherford, N.J. The 49ers routed the Jets, 34-0, with Manningham, a Warren native, recording three catches for 47 yards, plus a 28-yard gain on an end-around.

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The Rev. Jeff Baker of Christ Episcopal Church in Warren blesses Pup, a long-haired chihuahua owned by Madison Kuta, 6. The church conducted its sixth annual Pet Celebration on Sunday.

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Gia DeAscentis, a Youngstown State University student, teaches a music class to Garfield Johnson, left, Ava Tovarnak, Alanna Clapp and Nathan Clapp at the SMARTS Center.

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Christopher Karg of Brookfield crafts a piece of pottery Sunday at the Oktoberfestival in Boardman Park. The event is sponsored by the Boardman Rotary Club. This was the 36th annual event and the first with a slight name change from Oktoberfest.

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