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The Downtown Kiwanis Club met Nov. 15 and learned about the No Stone Unturned Foundation, established by the speaker and her husband. Dr. Melinda Wolford and Eric Wolford, Youngstown State University football coach, started the foundation after their son, Stone, was diagnosed at age 2 with cardio-facio-cutaneous syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. The foundation provides support for patients and families touched by CFC and other debilitating illnesses, raises awareness by providing information, and promotes aggressive research on ways to enhance their lives. For information visit www.nostonefoundation.org. Above from left are Gary Winslow, Kiwanis Club immediate past president; Dr. Wolford; and Chuck Whitman, the club’s program sponsor.
Added: Fri, November 15, 2013
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Trumbull Senior Production Co. recently received an award of $1,200 from the endowment fund of Living Lord Lutheran Church in Howland, presented by Dr. Richard Baringer, chairman of the fund. In front, from left, are the Rev. William D. Leitch; Dr. Baringer; Beckey Noftsinger, TSPC board member; Jean Bolinger, TSPC treasurer; Carol Bovee, TSPC vice president; Judy Mackey, TSPC secretary; and Jeannie Trask, TSPC board. In back are Joey Radza and Jason Burgermyer, TSPC president. TSPC presented its first $1,000 scholarship to an area high school graduate who will pursue a career in the performing arts in 2013.
Added: Tue, December 3, 2013
Court Strudwick of Poland discusses how he makes toys during OH WOW!’s recent After Hours program for adults.
Pete D’Amico of Garrettsville checks in a six-point buck at Monty’s Mosquito Lake Carry Out in Mecca on
Monday, which was the first day of deer gun season in Ohio. Deer processing sites across the Valley saw a decrease in the number of hunters who brought deer to be checked, instead choosing to do so online.
Lakeview’s Alli Pavlik makes a layup to reach her 1,000th career point as Struthers’ Caitlin Kane tries to block during Monday’s game in Cortland. Pavlik posted 24 points for the Bulldogs, who downed the Wildcats, 69-56.
Mooney players Anthony Dermotta (36) and Andrew Armstrong (40) run through drills at Monday’s practice at The WATTS at YSU. The team meets Clinton-Massie on Friday for a Division IV state title.
Local social-service agency leaders march on Monday from the St. Vincent de Paul Society soup kitchen on Front Street in downtown Youngstown to the Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, also in Youngstown, symbolically tracing the footsteps of homeless people, who often make this trek in harsh winter weather.