Ohio Star Quilters installed 2013 club officers and began the group’s monthly meetings recently. Standing is Linda Kristo, secretary; and seated, from left, are Verna McNeill, treasurer; Sherril Johnson, first vice president; and Missy Shaffer, president. The group meets at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at Howland S.C.O.P.E. Senior Center. Its purpose is to practice the art of quilting excellence through education. All are welcome to attend. Large and small projects are planned and taught throughout the year. Members will sponsor their 26th annual Quilter’s Day Out on May 1 at DiVieste Banquet Room, 754 North River Road, Warren. The speaker will be Karen Phillips Scwallen, and there will be vendors. Coffee, juice and roll, luncheon, a display of quilts and smaller items, and a 50-50 raffle also will be available. Entry donations are $25 per person, and tickets will be on sale beginning Feb. 1. For tickets call 234-414-7001.
Added: Tue, February 10, 2004
Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland (5) and the Toronto Maple Leafs Colton Orr (28) throw
punches during the first period of their NHL game Wednesday at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The Maple
Leafs won 5-2. It was Pittsburgh’s first loss of the season.
The Cleveland Browns’ new offensive coordinator Norv Turner at the team’s practice facility in Berea on Wednesday.
Instead of a trip to New Orleans for a Super Bowl, San Francisco 49ers, quarterback Colin Kaepernick could have used his right arm as a pro pitcher in the Majors. Four years ago, Kaepernick was drafted by the Chicago
Cubs, who were unable to lure him away from his first love: football.
Youngstown State’s Kendrick Perry (3) goes up for a layup around Wright State defenders Kendall Griffin (15) during Wednesday’s Horizon League game at YSU’s Beeghly Center. Perry had his first double-double of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Penguins downed the Raiders, 68-61.
The sanctuary of Our Lady of Hungary Church in Youngstown, which closed in February 2012, exemplifies Carpathian iconography and symbols of the Transylvania region. Many church members used their skills to build and furnish the church, which dates to 1929.