Newcomers offers opportunities for women
Looking forward to greeting newly elected women who are interested in meeting people and making friends in new surroundings are the officers of Newcomers, from left, Regina Jenkins, newsletter and secretary; Marilyn McKinley, president; Ilona Campbell-Mihai, vice president; and Janet Becker, treasurer. The club offers opportunities for women to participate in various activities such as Round Towners, which includes husbands; birthday dinner; needlework; and movie groups. For information call 330-707-9022.
Added: Mon, October 15, 2012
David Causer, educator, is shown with children in the youth garden program sponsored by the Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown. From left are Greta Graffius, Alex Okelberry, Mike Wade, Katie McHugh and Daisy Gretsinger.
Added: Sat, September 15, 2012
Canfield fans enjoying the Friday football night
Yankees manager Joe Girardi is ejected by umpire Jeff Nelson after an argument over a missed call on a two out
play against Detroit in the eighth inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series on Sunday in New York. The Tigers won 3-0 to take a two game lead in the series.
Lakeview’s Allison Pavlik (9) battles LaBrae’s Laura Hall (5) during a recent game at LaBrae. Not only has Pavlik
helped the Bulldogs to a No. 3 seed in the upcoming Division II district tournament, but the junior has accumulated 90 goals and 12 assists over the last three years, including 34 goals this season alone.
Cleveland Browns running back Montario Hardesty (20) leaps over Cincinnati defenders for a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of an NFL game Sunday at Cleveland Brown Stadium. The Browns defeated the Bengals, 34-24, to win their first game of the 2012 season and snap an 11-game losing skid.
Victoria Bray places wicks in her homemade candles.
Derrick Jones of Youngstown holds his award for Best of Festival at the awards ceremony of the Youngstown Film Festival on Sunday night for “The Great Incarcerator Part 1: Dark Little Secret.”
These Model A Fords wind their way through Mill Creek Park as part of the Penn-Ohio Model A Ford Club’s fall foliage tour through the park.