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Photos on May 20, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Organized in 1943, Poland Village Gardeners Inc. marked 70 years of existence during a luncheon in April. Seated, from left, are members Nancy Lenga, Lindy McMurray, Wendy Meub, Joan DeLucia and Lee Eminhizer; middle row, Cathy Lind, Sue Beil, Robin Delnegro, Paula Barrett, Margaret Ann Jonas, Barbara DeLisio, Jackie Boniface, Ginny Meloy, Fran DeGenova, Mary Kay Driscoll, Lorraine Santoro, Liz Majer, and Cathryn Jacobs, president; and back row, Susie Lea, Becky Rossi, Sue Anzellotti-Ray, Carol Cox and Chris Boniface.

Added: Mon, May 20, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Home Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $5,000 to Help Hotline Crisis Center to help fund its 24/7 hotline. Trish Mohan is branch manager of Home Savings’ main office, and Duane J. Piccirilli is CEO of Help Hotline Crisis Center. For information about Help Hotline call 330-747-5111 or visit www.helphotline.org/home.

Added: Wed, April 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Butler Institute of American Art hosted a reception recently in the parlor of Butler North to honor volunteers at its gift shops and information desk. The event, in the museum’s education center, was part of the Butler’s celebration of National Volunteers Month. About 50 volunteers attended the wine and hors d’oeuvres party, where they received recognition pins for their contributions. The Butler operates gift shops at its Youngstown and Howland locations and has more than 200 volunteers who help the museum staff in a variety of ways. To become a volunteer, call Renee Sheakoski at 330-743-1107, Ext. 127.

Added: Wed, April 24, 2013

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Mary Pappas of Boardman authored her memoir “Courage, Hope and Healing,” which chronicles her three-plus decade fight with six occurrences of being diagnosed with cancer, dealing with family tragedy and struggling to hold onto her faith.

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From left, Girard High School seniors Brandon Martuccio, Frank Rich and Alessandro Baschieri display their project, the Rube Goldberg, in their physics class that will be counted as college credit through Youngstown State University’s College in High School program.

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Kelly Robertson of New Middletown walks and pulls a wagon Sunday with her triplets, Mathew, Michael and Morgan, during the March of Dimes March for Babies that started at the WATTS Center at Youngstown State University. Robertson’s children were born at 29 weeks.

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Dr. Paul Rich of the ValleyCare Medical Group said actress Angelina Jolie’s decision to undergo a preventive double mastectomy may encourage others to get tested.

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This year-old $8.8 million building off state Route 45, a mile north of downtown Lisbon, houses the children services, child support enforcement and income-maintenance functions of Columbiana County’s Department of Job and Family Services.

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Pirates baserunner Travis Snider, bottom, rolls into Astros catcher Jason Castro after being tagged out trying to score from second on a single by Gaby Sanchez in the sixth inning of Sunday’s game at PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

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Jim Criss, center, takes an early lead with Zing Zing during Sunday’s harness races at the Canfield Fairgrounds. The event was for inexperienced horses to try racing.

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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer comments on Microsoft Xbox before unveiling the company’s new Surface, a tablet computer to compete with Apple’s iPad, at Hollywood’s Milk Studios in Los Angeles. With the next Xbox expected to finally be revealed Tuesday, anticipation is high for what the company is planning for the next iteration of its gaming console.

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Billy Price of Austintown Fitch prepares to let go of the discus during a recent meet in Poland.

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Nicole Miller smiles after receiving her high school diploma during Youngstown Early College commencement. Miller also is one of 10 of the 47 graduates who earned an associate degree from YSU’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences on Saturday.

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