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Photos on April 11, 2014

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR At the March 19 meeting of the Rotary Club of Warren, President John Campolito presented a check for $10,000 to Kenya Roberts-Howard, YWCA executive director, and Shari Harrell, past YWCA executive director. The check is the final installment of a pledge made three years ago toward the YWCA’s building/renovation drive. Harrell secured the $30,000 pledge from the Rotary Club of Warren in 2012. The pledge helped to fund construction of a project that will provide safe housing for women in transition. Harrell is the president and CEO of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley. From left to right are Nick Odille, past president of Rotary of Warren; Harrell; Roberts-Howard; and Campolito.

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Elizabeth E. Bruchs and Michael D. Cardwell

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR At the March 19 meeting of the Rotary Club of Warren, President John Campolito presented a check for $10,000 to Kenya Roberts-Howard, YWCA executive director, and Shari Harrell, past YWCA executive director. The check is the final installment of a pledge made three years ago toward the YWCA’s building/renovation drive. Harrell secured the $30,000 pledge from the Rotary Club of Warren in 2012. The pledge helped to fund construction of a project that will provide safe housing for women in transition. Harrell is the president and CEO of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley. From left to right are Nick Odille, past president of Rotary of Warren; Harrell; Roberts-Howard; and Campolito.

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Calderon

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Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gentile

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Stephen J. Guerrieri and Stephanie M. Kun

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John Wolf, left, president of the Columbiana County Fair Board, presented Nancy Dicken of New Waterford with the 2013 Outstanding Fair Supporter Award at the board’s February meeting. Dicken was recognized for her years of dedication. She has been an exhibitor since she was a young girl and most recently has been horse show clerk and announcer. SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Members of Poland Junior Women’s Club had their March meeting at Krakus Polish Deli and Bakery in Boardman. From left are Marta Mazur, Melissa Poland, Berni Sabelli and Linda Christ in the background. The egg painting is called Polish wax pisanki. For information on upcoming events or about the club visit www.pjwc.org.

Added: Mon, March 24, 2014

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Recently the gals at Whispering Pines Village were introduced to the Red Hat Society. They made their own red hats to mark the occasion. Once a month, the Whispering Pines Village Red Hats will meet and do a craft and enjoy refreshments. From left, front row, are Miriam Walters, Dorothy Petro, Mary Davis and Dorothy Bernard. In the second row are Vickie Hoffman, Peggy Deatherage, Helen Graybeal and Lois Lawerence. In the third row are Ferne Oliver, Pernie Wukotich, Ruth Cottom, Annie Mae Byers, Skip Wetherald, Sandy Hostetter, Joan Gurnick, Donna Round, Doris Grossen, Martha Bell and Betty Brooke. In back are The Red Hat Girls, Debbie Beirdman and Cynthia Cash.

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Amanda Lett and Justin Turner

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SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR Rotary Club of Austintown provided the opportunity March 31 for some Fitch students to spend a day with professionals in their field of interest. Alexis Saunders, left, a member of Fitch Interact Club, spent time with Dr. Courtney O’Neil at the Mahoning Valley Veterinary Clinic in Mineral Ridge. The event is part of Rotary’s focus on vocational education and takes place annually. After spending time with their hosts, students and mentors attended the noon meeting of Rotary Club of Austintown at the Saxon Club and discussed their observations for the day. Weekly meetings take place at the Saxon Club with President Mark Cole presiding. Prospective members can call Cole at 330-720-0381.

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Amanda M. Hardy and Matthew M. Narducci

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Ellen Krol and Ryan Monti

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Tony Stellato and Bridget Connolly

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Katie L. Dwulit and Matthew K. Browning

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Patrick Riley, left, and Justyn Williams go head-to-head with their carbon-dioxide cars at Chaney High School. The boys, both juniors in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program, built the cars. Then, finishing with the best times of their classmates Thursday, they raced each other. Williams won in the best-of-three final.

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Referee Jack Loew watches as East Palestine’s Hailey Hall knocks down Nicole Rodriguez of Youngstown Christian during their flyweight bout in the K.O. Drugs High School Boxing Tournament championship Thursday in North Lima. Hall won by unanimous decision.

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Bill Haas watches his chip shot onto the 17th green of Augusta National Golf Course in Augusta, Ga., on Thursday during Round 1 of The Masters. Haas shot a 68 to finish with a one-stroke lead.

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Canfield Mayor Bernie Kosar Sr. conducts mayor’s court earlier this week. A defendant discusses his case with Kosar.

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Family Dollar employee Pamela Ramos, left, assists John Conner with a purchase at a store in Waco, Texas. Family Dollar said Thursday that it will be cutting jobs and closing about 370 under performing stores as it looks for ways to improve its financial performance. It says it also will cut prices on about 1,000 basic items.

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Ursuline’s Bobby Dulay leaps over Cardinal Mooney’s Drew Wollett as Wollett steals second during a game Thursday at Cene Park in Struthers. The Cardinals edged the Irish, 8-6.

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