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Photos on October 23, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Canfield Lions Club sponsored charter night for the newly formed West Mahoning County Lions Club on Oct. 5 at Deerfield Town Hall. More than 100 Lions from District 13-D attended to celebrate the new club. Paul Metrovich, past council chair, inducted the charter members; Tom Zickefoose, district governor, installed the charter officers and presented the charter to Jerry Roland, charter president, past council chair and past district governor. Zickefoose also presented a club sponsorship patch to Dan Grossman, president of Canfield Lions. Master of ceremonies was Bob Whited, past district governor and extension chair for Region 1. Ken Carano was the speaker. Seated, from left, are Ted Filmer, past district governor; Randy Boyles, Lion tamer; Michele Roland, secretary, Melissa Rockenfelder, membership; Cindy Vesia; Will Vesia, one year director; Linda Williams, public relations chair; and Shirley Boyles, treasurer. Standing are Whited; Scott Miller; Estelle Flasck; Adam Sabol; Wanda Sabol, tail twister; Brad Daugherty; William Vesia; Sara Graham, Barb Sitler; Roland; and Zickefoose.

Added: Sat, October 5, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The fall meeting of Catholic Collegiate Association recently took place at the Holiday Inn in Boardman. Ellen Sandel and Jeanne Pepperney were welcomed as new members. Speakers were The Rev. Richard Murphy, president of Ursuline High School, and Dr. Lois Cavucci, president of Lumen Christi. Above, from left, are Cathy Campana, president of CCA; Pepperney; Dr. Cavucci; the Rev. Mr. Murphy; Sandel; and Barbara Banks, vice president of CCA.

Added: Wed, October 2, 2013

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Hubbard’s Kaylyn Garrett (20) attempts a spike as Crestwood’s Taylor Atkins (8) and Morgan Strenk (17) block it during a Division II district semifinal at Boardman High School. Crestwood won in three games, 25-23, 25-14 and 25-19.

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