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Photos on April 29, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Among the members of Canfield Lions and Leos and their spouses who are involved with serving fish dinners A La Cart Catering in Canfield this year are, standing from left, Jack Slanina, Marilyn Schmidt, Rita Bova, Sandy Slanina, Mary Jane Duncan, Don Kwolek, Jim Tybor, John Africa, Carol Tybor and Phil Bova; and kneeling are, Jane Bolton, Leo Sumeet Kaur, Caroline Phillips and Harry Pancher. Profits from the fish dinners help the club support Ohio Pilot Dogs, Lions International Foundation, Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation, Diabetes Foundation, Amigos Program, Ohio Lions Foundation, Student Vosh Program and District 13-D Eye Care Foundation at the District 13-D District Convention. For information about joining the club, call 330-533-3669.

Added: Mon, April 29, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Kiwanis Division 21 participated in Kiwanis One Day on April 6. The day is dedicated for all Kiwanis clubs around the world to serve others and includes youth-sponsored clubs. The local project this year was helping at Second Harvest Food Bank warehouse, sorting canned and boxed food. Working hard, above, is Alan Harper of the Downtown Youngstown Kiwanis Club.

Added: Sat, April 6, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Pennsylvania State House of Representatives recently recognized New Castle’s Eintracht Maennerchor for its commitment to singing after a 30-minute concert by the group. The choir was founded in 1894 and is one of the nation’s oldest male singing groups. At a spring concert May 4 at the Eintracht Hall in New Castle, seven members will be awarded pins for 50 years of service with the group. In front, from left, are Danual Forsberg, director; Dr. James Bower; Donald Bowden; Nicholas Roman; William Both; Rep. Christopher Sainato, 9th Legislative District, Beaver and Lawrence counties; James Kaplan; Adam Pivovar; Ralph Minton; Mark Chirdon; and Lee Winter, choir president. In back are Timothy Lockley, William Benedict, Timothy Womer, Gerald Holzhauser, William Hall, Joseph Kraus, Larry Keith, Scott Winder, Robert Stoner, Daniel Reiber and Eugene Kaufman.

Added: Mon, April 8, 2013

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Denzel Stevens presents his senior project on Urban Agriculture in Warren for Inspiring Minds, a program for Warren high school students that focuses on motivating young people to succeed while avoiding bad influences from the street. Former college and pro football player Deryck Toles leads the program.

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Vince Jethroe stands in front of the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown. Jethroe has been selected as a candidate for Ohio Corrections Officer of the year by his peers at the prison on the East Side that houses about 600 inmates.

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Shannon Kerr and Ken Hoover of Youngstown take a photo of themselves in Daffodil Meadow in Mill Creek Park. For generations, Valley residents have visited the popular spot as a rite of spring.

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The Pirates’ Brandon Inge (2) scores ahead of the tag by Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina during the sixth inning of Sunday’s game in St. Louis. Pittsburgh shut out St Louis, 9-0

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The Phantoms’ Eric Sweetman breaks away from John Stevens of the Fighting Saints during Game 1 of the USHL Eastern Conference final on Friday at the Mystique Community Ice Center in Dubuque, Iowa. Youngstown thought it scored late in Saturday’s Game 2, but the goal light did not go on in the 3-1 loss.

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Kourtney Hardwick, BP Florida operations manager, looks over a methane gas well site east of Bayfield, Colo. The well pad now has three gas wells that have been drilled and are producing natural gas. A new report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has dramatically lowered estimates of how much of a potent greenhouse gas is being leaked by the natural-gas industry. The EPA now estimates that in 2011, the natural-gas industry released 10 percent less methane into the atmosphere than it did in 1990. The new figure comes after the EPA estimated last year that those methane emissions had risen about 15 percent since 1990.

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Pam Wells, right, of Kinsman walks with her granddaughter, MacKenzie Collins, 8, during the “Pound the Pavement for Autism” walk Sunday in Howland Township Park. Wells was walking for her grandson, J.J. Juhasz, 7, a student at the Rich Center for Autism.


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