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Photos on October 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Four members of the Strock family recently visited the Strock Stone House, a national historic landmark in Austintown. William Strock built the house in 1831 using sandstone from the South Turner Road Stony Ridge sandstone quarry. In the foreground are Ward and Bertha Strock, who visited the house with their son Mark and his wife, Elizabeth, from Colorado. For tour information call 330-799-8051.

Added: Thu, October 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The League of Women Voters of Greater Youngstown recently announced its officers and directors for 2013-2014. Above, seated from left, are Anne Harpman, second vice president and newsletter; Kathleen Dragoman, president; Dorothy Kane, secretary; and Michele Simonelli, first vice president; in back are Gwendolyn Fish, director; Nancy Terlesky, Corlis Green, Norma Coe Anderson and Suzanne Barbati, directors; Molly Toth, diversity; and Sarah Lowry, director. Other officers are Karen Lazarus, treasurer; Barbara Brothers, voter information guide; Marilyn Harrison, webmaster; Stephanie Danes-Smith, membership; and Roselyn Gadd, publicity. The next meeting will include a suffragette program Monday at the Tyler History Center in Youngstown. Meetings and publications are free. For information visit www.lwvgy.org.

Added: Sat, March 16, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Garden Forum of Greater Youngstown recently presented a $1,000 scholarship to Autumn Dixon at the Davis Center at Fellows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek Park. Dixon, a resident of Austintown and graduate of Austintown Fitch, is attending a Kent State University branch, where she is studying horticulture. She hopes to own and operate a garden center. From left are Pat Feindt, secretary; Mary Schall, president; Dixon; and JoAnn Vlacancich, third vice president and scholarship chairwoman.

Added: Wed, September 25, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR The Youngstown Police Department sponsored its 22nd annual Memorial Golf Outing recently at Pine Lakes Golf Club in Hubbard. The event was in memory of those officers who lost their lives to cancer between 2009 and 2011. They are Capt. Robert Kane, Capt. Kenneth Centorame, Detective Sgt. Jerry Maietta and Detective Sgt. Joseph DeMatteo. The proceeds this year will provide Youngstown State University scholarships to Alexander Barber, son of Detective Sgt. Ronald Barber; Christopher Kenney, son of Officer Ed Kenney; Marc Ruse, son of Officer Ken Ruse; and Travis Williams, son of Clerk Lori Williams. Outing committee members, above, from left are Fred LoSasso, Debbie DeMatteo, Laura Brown, Vickie Maietta, Carlotta Kane and Sue Centorame. Also on the committee are Detective Sgt. John Patton, Officer Tony Tulipano, Lt. Jerry Slattery and Officer Tony Marzullo.

Added: Fri, June 28, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Twenty-one members of the Springfield Local High School Class of 1958 recently met for its 55th reunion at Cafe 422 in Boardman. In the front row, from left, are Peggy (Belcher) Rummel, Janice (Gerner) Candle, Pudsie (Watkins) Wolf, Becky (Bloomingdale) Mason, Carol (Janosko) Simcox and Chuck Wolf; in the middle are Jane (Moore) Moore, Bob Hughes, Dorothy (Cetor) Solomon, Alfreda (Black) Kaiser, Nina (Wichert) Parker and Paul Kovach; in back are Gail (Dinger) Taylor, Judy (Matta) Ferrett, Dave Shillinger, Ed Scholl, Lois (Hoehnle) Reader, Butch Metzka, Eloise (Coy) Simmons, Sam Allen and Cliff Grossen.

Added: Thu, October 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Jim Whetstone, left, owner of Toyota of Warren, recently presented a check for $75,488.64 to Deryck Toles, executive director of Inspiring Minds. The proceeds were earned at the second annual Celebrity Golf Outing in June at Avalon Lakes in Warren. Toles founded Inspiring Minds seven years ago to inspire and empower young people to overcome obstacles in their lives. More than 200 have enrolled in its summer enrichment program.

Added: Thu, October 24, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR At the Grand Pavilion in Warren, the Warren G. Harding High School Class of 1968 gathered for a reunion on Aug. 24. Classmates, left to right, in the front row are Kathy (Terpin) Denko, Janet (Hall) Howsare, Donna (Holt) McCord, Linda (Good) Fabrizio, Mayor Hank Angelo, Linda (Ferlito) Hood, Tim Harrold and Susan (Naylor) Adams. In the second row are John Conley, Mark Terpin, Robert Stewart, James Natale, Greg Madyek, Jean (Wagner) Burnet, Patricia (DeMattio) Mozingo, Bonnie (Ulam) Bailey, Georgene (Lane) Lucy, Cathy (Cox) Young and Jerry Cox. In the back row are Richard Mosco, Dr. Thomas Montgomery, Frank Tempesta, Ron Zelenak, Andy Tenekedes, Bernie Novotny, Bill Cope, Tim Menz, Carmella (Neilson) Stecyk, Barbara (Wagner) Chestnut, Valerie Vine, Darlene (Owen) Hoffman, John Cross, Dave Barran and John Radu. The group has begun planning for the 50th reunion in 2018. For information or to volunteer call 330-219-2216.

Added: Sat, August 10, 2013

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Howland High School Class of 1963 met Sept. 6 for an informal evening at the home of classmate Ken James, and Sept. 7 for dinner at Leo’s Ristorante in Howland to celebrate its 50th class reunion. Those attending, seated from left, are Carol (Falkinburg) Murdock, Janet (Goist) Buterbaugh, Janet (Capel) Biggin, Bonnie (Hayes) Lucich, Barb (Herig) Butler, Jane (Williams) Grinnell, Kathleen (Lab) Thoel, Leslie (Kline) Ryder, Beverly (Bellus) Lapp, Carolyn (Altsman) Szabo, Karen (Tomlin) Torrence, Karen (Gettig) Chin and Carole (Colgan) Enyings; in row two are Cheri (Runser) Boone, Jack Berry, Bill Goldman, Kathy (Miller) Klug, Barbara (Christopher) Blackshere, Leila (Kersey) Moore, Eileen (King) Schonrock, Jim Lazor, Ken James, Mike Datish and Barry Boone; and in back are Keith Price, Harry Ramsey, Jim Quinlan, Jack Ranck, Phil Hathaway, Tom Brain, Cecil Roberts, Allen Mason, Denny Phillips and Steve Chos.

Added: Thu, October 24, 2013

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Matt Glover of Brookfield speaks about his struggles with alcohol addiction to a group of Lowellville High School students. Wednesday’s event, which also featured others sharing their personal experiences, was organized as part of Red Ribbon Week.

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Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina and home plate umpire John Hirschbeck of Poland watch as the Red Sox’s Mike Napoli connects for a three-run double in the first inning of Game 1 of World Series on Wednesday at Fenway Park in Boston. The Red Sox routed the Cardinals, 8-1, to take a one-game lead in the series.

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Technicians work to repair machinery at Madelaine Chocolates recently in the Queens borough of New York. Madelaine Chocolates, which was damaged during superstorm Sandy, has partially recovered and repairs are continuing at the factory.

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Poland’s Steve Bissell (2) and Canfield’s Maleck Saleh vie for the ball during a Division II district soccer semifinal Wednesday at Poland High School. With 19 seconds left, Canfield’s Frank Phillips scored the game-winning goal to lift the Cardinals over the Bulldogs, 2-1.

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