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Photos on December 27, 2013

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Jeffrey Noling Jr. and Monica Morell

Added: Fri, July 12, 2013

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The Rev. and Mrs. James Leone

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Jason A. Peters and Nia S. Bradley

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The fourth-grade Student Council at E.J. Blott Elementary School, in Liberty, organized a campaign to write to soldiers for The Vindicator’s Operation Holiday Cheer program. Ten classrooms participated. Student Council members stuffed and addressed envelopes before they were mailed. From the left are cheer-spreaders Nataya Shepard, Marisa Patrone, Emily Benson, Grace McCarty, Layla Esmail, Chris Myers, John Chandler and Alyssa Gilchrist.

Added: Tue, December 3, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Bo’s Pet Shoppe, 14883 South Ave., Columbiana, is collecting shelter supplies and selling Jeannie Arnoto’s ROCC and Rescue Christmas Carol CDs. Proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Columbiana County. Items needed are clay kitty litter, paper towels, laundry detergent, all natural pet treats, sensitive stomach pet food, Kong and Busy Buddy pet toys, gift and fuel cards. Donors of these items will receive raffle tickets for a gift basket that will be drawn in January. From left are Jeannie Arnoto, HSCC volunteer and singer; Stacy Cappitte, Bo’s Pet Shoppe staffer; and Mary Algaier, owner of Bo’s. Donations will be accepted at HSCC ROCC, Rescue and Adoption Center, 1825 S. Lincoln Ave., Salem; and HSCC Animal Resource Complex on the state Route 45 bypass in Salem. For information call HSCC at 330-332-8622.

Added: Wed, December 11, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Cub Scout Pack 114 and the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, Youngstown chapter, donated toys for the Mahoning County CASA/GAL program children. From left are Carla Baldwin Fields, CASA board member; Cathy Kristan, assistant director of Mahoning County CASA; John Theodore and Vicki Sullivan, CASA volunteers; and Joe Rzonsa, board member. The Mahoning County CASA Program trains volunteers to speak up for abused and neglected children in juvenile court. The program is a nonprofit organization that depends on grants, donations and fundraisers.

Added: Wed, December 11, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR On Dec. 13, Argus Lodge 545 F&AM of Canfield installed officers for 2014 at its 128th annual installation ceremony. Master of ceremonies was Thomas J. Hallden, and marshals were David Powell and John Craig. Installing officers were Hallden, Russell W. Gillam III, Richard Persic, Elmer Stalnecker, Dan Illeick, Russell W. Gillam Jr., Robert Edwards, Donald Huntley, Dale E. Hawkins and Elmer Foldvary. Next year’s officers, seated, from left, are Ryan Hamilton, junior warden; Mark Roca, master; and Dale Hawkins, senior warden; in back are Richard Palmer, junior steward; Denny Furman, lodge education officer; Eric Cahalin, junior deacon; Russell W. Gillam III, treasurer; Christopher Gillam, chaplain; Clarence Shawver III, tyler; Charles Prachick, senior deacon; Huntley, secretary; and R. Patrick Anderson, senior steward. Thomas Eaton also was installed as trustee.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Poland Rotary and friends recently helped set up more than 400 luminaries lining Route 170 from the Township Hall to Peterson Park. The club also sponsored carriage rides. Mary Ann Carano, left, and Larry Warren helped clean up after the festivities.

Added: Sat, December 7, 2013

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Tony Tousignant and Lauren Noble

Added: Sat, June 8, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Whispering Pines Village in Columbiana raised funds and bought $700 worth of toys for Columbiana’s Toys for Tots program. The decorated Christmas Buggy Brigade, from left, are Donna Round, Mary Davis, Harry Neiheisel, Fern Oliver, Rosemary Magee and Betty Brooke.

Added: Fri, December 27, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR For new members, Salem Historical Society is offering the choice of the book “The Salem Story Continues” or a table runner of the 150th anniversary of Salem Public Schools. The newest member, Lisa Brauner, left, chose the table runner. She is assisted by society gift shop volunteers Priscilla Wilde and Alice Deathrage. Brauner recently moved to Salem from Oklahoma. Membership information is available at the gift shop, 239 S. Lundy Ave., on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings or by mail at Salem Historical Society, 208 S. Broadway Ave., Salem, OH 44460 or call 330-337-8514.

Added: Thu, December 12, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Wish Upon A Star gift-giving project, operated by the YWCA of Youngstown, has a goal to put smiles on the faces of homeless and low-income children that the Y programs serve. Individuals and community groups team up with the Y to gather new toys, books, games and clothing for distribution to children in need. Eighty-nine children in the YWCA Housing Program received gifts. Above, Vicki Winphrie, YWCA housing case manager and Wish program coordinator, appears thrilled at the sight of all the gifts that were collected.

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Frank Occhibove , Jimmy’s store manager, delivers a deli order to a customer. Occhibove’s parents own the Liberty store, which is expanding at its Belmont Avenue location.

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Atlanta Hawks’ Jeff Teague (0) jumps to the basket against Cleveland Cavaliers’ Jarrett Jack during the third quarter of a game Thursday in Cleveland. Teague made a game-winner at the buzzer of the second overtime for a 127-125 victory over the Cavaliers.

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Robert Joshua talks about a break-in at his Ottawa Drive home on the South Side earlier this month, when several family heirlooms were taken from a safe in his home.

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Melea Lewis, left, and Amira Monserrat hold a sign reading “Umoja,” which means unity, during a celebration for the first night of Kwanzaa at New Bethel Baptist Church on Thursday. Three other Youngstown churches also will host Kwanzaa celebrations in the next week.

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Youngstown State football player Fred Herdman (57) embraces his brother Justin Herdman, left, and father Fred Herdman Sr. after YSU’s 42-13 loss to South Dakota on Nov. 23 at Stambaugh Stadium. It was the Penguins’ final game of the season.

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Caitlin Yager

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Ursuline High School softball team arrived with poinsettias and sang Christmas carols to deliver holiday cheer to the residents of Park Vista recently. From the left are some of Santa’s reindeer and elves, Olexa Bunofski, Chelsea Kernan, Anny Carroll, Stephanie Ohalek, Megan Ross, Lorraine Fitzgerald and Leah Carroll.

Added: Thu, December 26, 2013

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