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Home Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $251 to Beaver Township Parks for its efforts to provide entertainment and educational programs to visitors of all ages. Among other activities, the park offers Music in the Park, Autumn Fest, a corn roast, a holiday tree lighting, Kids Fun and Safety Day, a Veterans Day program and a Kids Halloween party. From left are Irene Calvin, chairwoman, Beaver Township Parks; Amanda Congemi, retail manager, Home Savings Columbiana office; and Scott Conway, park administrator, Beaver Township Parks.
Added: Wed, June 5, 2013
Joe Carbon of Poland, left, talks about his 2002 Corvette with Mike Yajich during Cruisin’ the River, which is sponsored by the Lowellville Business Association. The event takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. Mondays, or 5 to 8 p.m. Mondays on and after Labor Day.
American trained Animal Kingdom, winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby and the 2013 Dubai World Cup, will chase one more win today at the prestigious Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot in England before he is set to retire to stud.
Scrappers right fielder Juan Romero falls as he attempts to reach the ball during the fifth inning of the team’s season opener Monday against the Jamestown Jammers at Eastwood Field in Niles. The Scrappers fell 5-0.
Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer talks with Andrew Wollet, 17, left and his brother Alex Wollet, 14, both of Poland, during the United Way’s “Champions Among Us” dinner Monday at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown. Meyer was the keynote speaker at the event, which is the agency’s biggest fundraiser.
Girard Mayor James Melfi describes the upcoming improvements to Liberty Park. Among them is the replacement of this bridge, which Melfi says dates to the 1910s.