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The eight girls of Daisy Girl Scout Troop 80777 of Columbiana participated in building and decorating earth-friendly birdhouses at the April meeting. The girls learned about reducing, reusing and recycling over the past few months and have earned all the petals of their Daisy Flower Badge set. The birdhouses are made of recycled newsprint. They will be displayed today and tomorrow at Springtime in Columbiana for a contest. Showing off their work are, from left in the front row, Rebekah Clark, Abbie Passmore, Elizabeth Siembida, Mia Surgenivic, Chloe Gill, Airianna Scullion, Alaina Johnston and Katrina Kaszowski. In the back row are Crystal Siembida Boggs, troop leader, and Kathy Kaszowski, troop co-leader.
Added: Wed, April 24, 2013
YSU’s Hana Somogyi winds up on the mound during the first game of a doubleheader against St. Bonaventure on Wednesday at McCune Park in Canfield. The Penguins downed the Bonnies, 7-1, but lost the nightcap, 7-4.
The Penguins’ Kris Letang (58) congratulates Beau Bennett after Bennett scores a goal against the New York Islanders in the first period of Game 1 of their NHL Stanley Cup Eastern Conference playoff series Wednesday
in Pittsburgh. Letang also scored for the Penguins who blanked the Isles, 5-0.
Vern Williams and Theresa Strock, members of Pleasant Valley Evangelical Church in Liberty, are leading Community Career Connection, an employment workshop seminar. The program is geared to help job-seekers determine their skills to find a job that suits them.
Youngstown State’s Nick DiNello is tagged out at home by Kent State catcher Tommy Monnot during Wednesday’s game at Eastwood Field. The Golden Flashes edged the Penguins, 9-8.
Elm Road Drive-In Theatre in Warren is in the process of making the expensive transition to digital projection. Skyway Drive-In, also in Warren, completed the changeover last month. Both businesses are open for the season.