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Photos on May 9, 2013

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR (L-R) Third grader in the afte rschool program at Martin Luther King Elementary, Amaryllis Rivera, gives a Mother's Day card to Metlean Singleton, resident at Danridge Nursing Home in Youngstown. The kids involved with the after school program presented the ladies of Danridge Mother's Day cards, songs and poems.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR (L-R) Third grader in the after school program at Martin Luther King Elementary, Amaryllis Rivera, gives a Mother's Day card to Metlean Singleton, resident at Danridge Nursing Home in Youngstown. The kids involved with the after school program presented the ladies of Danridge Mother's Day cards, songs and poems.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR The kids involved with the after school program at Martin Luther King Elementary presented the ladies of Danridge Mother's Day cards, songs and poems.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR Resident at Danridge Nursing Home in Youngstown, Alice Jean McClure, applauds after a singing performance by students. The kids involved with the after school program at Martin Luther King Elementary presented the ladies of Danridge Mother's Day cards, songs and poems.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR Fourth grader Laniya Lewis applauds during the performance given Martin Luther King Elementary after school program students at Danridge Nursing Home.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR (L-R) Fifth graders Kimberly Nieves and Jailenette Morales read a Mother's Day card to residents at Danridge Nursing Home. The kids involved with the after school program at Martin Luther King Elementary presented the ladies of Danride Mother's Day cards, songs and poems.

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MADELYN P. HASTINGS | THE VINDICATOR Danridge Nursing Home resident, Olive Dixon, smiles as she reads a Mother's Day card given to her by students involved in the after school program at Martin Luther King Elementary.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Children’s Dyslexia Center of Youngstown is sponsoring a Teddy Bear Golf Classic outing May 17 at Salem Golf Club, 1967 S. Lincoln Ave. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a hearty lunch and a 12:30 p.m. tee off for the scramble. A gourmet dinner will complete the event. The Children’s Dyslexia Center Board of Governors and Teddy Bear Golf Classic Committee, from left, are Phillip Elliott; Gregory Anstrom; John Molnar; Thomas Jacobs; Elio Andreatta; Ronald Gordon, golf classic chairman; Dorothy Tesner, board of governors chairwoman; Dominic Lucarelli, center director; Emanuel Cominos and Robert McBride. Sponsorships are available at the platinum level for $5,000; gold level for $2,500; silver level for $1,200; logo flag sponsors for $300; and hole sponsors for $150. Foursomes are $500 per team. Contact Andreatta at 330-758-7497 or the center at 330-743-7789 for registration information. Proceeds will be used to support the center, which offers private tutoring to children ages 8 to 18 in the tri-county area with dyslexia, a learning disability, with no cost to the families.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Men’s Garden Club of Youngstown will sponsor its annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 16 through 18 at the MASCO greenhouse, 825 Bev Road, Boardman. Dennis Zap, club president, shows some of the plants for sale. Offerings will include flowers, vegetables and many popular herbs. Proceeds from the sale help to fund its annual horticulture scholarship and its many civic programs. For information call John Schinker at 330-799-6046.

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Home Savings Charitable Foundation has donated $2,500 to Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley to support two mobile pantry programs in rural Trumbull County. From left are Nicholas Kreatsoulas, D.O., board member of Second Harvest; Kim Gennaro, Home Savings Liberty; Michael Iberis, executive director of Second Harvest; and Colleen Miller, Home Savings McDonald. Second Harvest distributes food to hunger-relief organizations in Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull counties and provides education and advocacy. Its mobile pantry program is designed to get truckloads of food to those who live in underserved areas of the counties, or to those who do not have access to one of its 153 member agencies. For information about Second Harvest call 330-792-5522 or visit http://www.mahoningvalleysecondharvest.org.

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Lindsay Stevens of Canfield plays the lead character, Elle Woods, in the Youngstown Playhouse’s production of “Legally Blonde, the Musical.”

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Greg Greenwood, owner of Greenwood Chevrolet in Austintown, left, received the Community Partner Award on Wednesday at the annual meeting of The Community Corp., United Way’s parent, at The Lake Club in Poland. Also attending the meeting were, from left, Becky Wall, 2013 campaign chairwoman; Theodore Schmidt, 2012 campaign chairman, and Robert Hannon, United Way president.

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David Ballentine, president of Northeast Ohio Oilfield Service Inc., stands at the storage facility of his injection-well site in Windham, where fracking wastewater is first accepted before being piped to the actual injection well a few hundred yards away.

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Boardman Township Fire Chief George Brown stands in the basement of the main fire station on U.S. Route 224 near Southern Boulevard. The basement is riddled with mildew, sump pumps and dehumidifiers. The township is trying to devise a plan to renovate the station or build a new one. Lack of money is the main obstacle.

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Felix DeJesus pumps his fist after bringing home his daughter, Gina, Wednesday in Cleveland. She and two other women were held captive for about a decade at a rundown Cleveland house.

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Area businessman and longtime Twins’ fan Vic Rubenstein came back from Friday’s Cleveland-Minnesota game with an painful souvenir — a black eye courtesy of Minnesota first baseman Justin Morneau.

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Larry Kehres, who won 11 NCAA Division III championships in 27 seasons and compiled a 332-24-3 record, is stepping down as football coach of the Mount Union Purple Raiders, but will remain athletic director.

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Warren JFK grad Jason Kokrak tees off today with the first group on the first tee for the first round of The Players Championship — the biggest tournament of his professional career.

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Boardman’s Eddie Crump throws a pitch during Wednesday’s game against Ursuline in Boardman. Crump, a junior, earned his second victory, as the Spartans downed the previously unbeaten Irish, 5-1.

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William R. Decatur, a finalist for Youngstown State University president, talks Wednesday in an open forum on campus.

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