SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
From left to right are Brandon Brooks, Coach Jeremy Hamilton and Tim Nesnidol, representatives of the Canfield High School Speech Team who recently presented a program at Kiwanis of Western Mahoning County’s meeting. Brooks performed in the area of prose and poetry, and Nesnidol in the area of humor. Hamilton said the team has won many local and state awards this year. Upcoming speakers are Elida Cowles of Shepherd of the Valley, today; Division 21 meeting at A La Cart Catering in Canfield, May 15; Bertram DeSouza, Vindicator writer, May 29; Heidi Daniel, director, and Debbie Liptak, development director, of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County on June 26. For information call 330-502-1460 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dave Taylor of Warren uses his metal detector to help search for the Niles McKinley Class of 1964 time capsule.
A search Monday failed to turn up the capsule.
Eagle Scout Robert McKay and his father, Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge W. Wyatt McKay, at the
Arrowhead District’s Friends of Scouting Breakfast Monday at Leo's Ristorante in Howland. Robert, 17, is
one of fewer than 200 in Boy Scouts of America history to earn 133 merit badges — and he expects to complete
requirements for his final two in a few weeks.
Maggy Lorenzi of Youngstown, a community activist, and Richard Atkinson, president of the Youngstown school
board, were among those attending a session Monday on open-records and open-meetings laws.
Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain cannot reach a solo home run by the Indians’ Jason Kipnis in the first inning of Monday’s game in Kansas City. The Indians pummeled the Royals, 9-0.
NBA veteran Jason Collins became the first professional male athlete in the major four American sports leagues to come out as gay in a first-person account posted Monday on Sports Illustrated’s website.
The Phantoms’ Austin Cangelosi (9) and Cam Brown (8) celebrate after Cangelosi cored Youngstown’s first
goal against Dubuque during the first period of Game 3 of the USHL Eastern Conference final on Monday at
the Covelli Centre. Down 3-1 after two periods, the Phantoms rallied, scoring three goals in the final period
to win 4-3 and avoid elimination. Dubuque leads the series, 2-1. Game 4 is tonight.
Three owners of Beatitude House Green Clean, a co-op company, stand next to one of the vehicles used by the business. They are, from left, Remona Gordon, Joyce Koellner and Rose Mary Seals.