SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
At a recent meeting of Argus Lodge of Canfield, its annual inspection was completed and James C. Feist, left, and David L. Collins, of the 24th Masonic District, were presented with plaques by Russell W. Gillam Jr. for attending 300 consecutive lodge inspections. When Feist and Collins joined in 2002, there were 31 lodges in the district, now there are 25. Each lodge has an inspection annually, and these men have not missed one in the past 11 years. They are the first in the district to attain this accomplishment.
Added: Fri, February 15, 2013
Youngstown Academic Distress Commission member Michael Garvey, left, and Adrienne O’Neill, chairwoman,
listen to a presentation Wednesday about Superintendent Connie Hathorn’s plan to revitalize the school district.
Salem’s Anthony Shivers (44) puts in a shot against Southeast defender Corey Proctor (3) during their Division II district semifinal Wednesday at Boardman High School. The Quakers edged the Pirates, 54-52.
Specialist Christian Sanfillippo, right, smiles as he works at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow’s new all-time high and better economic data from the United States propelled world stock markets higher Wednesday.
East’s Terrell McClain (20) drives against Lake defender Alex Belinsky (21) during the Division I district semifinal Wednesday at Alliance High School. The Panthers’ season ended in a 59-42 loss to the Blue Streaks.
Sally Payne serves a made-to-order breakfast to June Barnes during the Lenten breakfast at Canfield Christian Church. The free meals include eggs, sausage and toast while pancakes and French toast are served on alternate weeks. Placemats feature a devotional.