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Home Savings Charitable Foundation recently donated $10,000 to the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County for its building campaign for the new shelter in Vienna. The new shelter will include adoption rooms, areas for medical care, quarantine, isolation and maternity wards and areas for training and behavior. It will be an accredited Veterinary Technician Program in partnership with Kent State University. From left to right are Jeff Williams, D.V.M. and board president of Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County; Nancy Jastatt-Juergens, AWL board member; Andrew Nemergut, retail manager, Home Savings Eastwood office; Traci Vigorito, retail manager, Home Savings Howland office; Rufus Sparks, AWL board treasurer; and Caryn Covelli, AWL board member.
Added: Mon, January 27, 2014
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Holy Family School of Poland, a Lumen Christi Catholic School, recently featured its spelling bee in the school gymnasium. From the left are eighth-grader Meredith Lea, first runner-up; Kathleen Stoops, principal; and sixth-grader Audra Pesko, spelling bee champion. Audra had to correctly spell “controversy” and then “environment.” Audra will represent Holy Family at the Vindicator Spelling Bee on March 15 at Youngstown State University.
Added: Mon, January 13, 2014
Jim Frank of the Jim Frank Trio sings and plays the accordion during a winter concert recently at Yellow Creek Park in Struthers.
Brendan Baugher of Southington poses with the Curbstone Coaches’ Byrd Giampetro Scholarship Award during
ceremonies at their annual all-league football recognition banquet Sunday at The Georgetown in Boardman.
Struther’s Austin Yemma guards East’s Rashawn Boykin during the second period of their game Sunday at
the annual Lariccia’s “See Them Rise” High School Basketball Showcase at the Covelli Centre. Boykin had 15 points and six rebounds for the Panthers, who edged the Wildcats, 60-57.
Canfield High senior bowler Tyler Frklech rolled a perfect game during a match against the Howland Tigers on
Jan. 13 at Wedgewood Lanes in Austintown. It was Frklech’s first 300 game and only the second for the Cardinals,
the first being when Mike Decoli rolled a 300 against Struthers on Feb. 8, 2013.
Jim Warren, owner of 101 Livestock Market, conducts a cattle auction in Aromas, Calif. California’s worsening drought is forcing many ranchers to sell their cattle and other livestock because their pastures are too dry to feed them, and hay is too expensive to buy.
Vivian Henderson has operated the Struthers High School Band Boosters concession stand since the mid-1960s. She also serves as Band Boosters historian.
Nicolas Stafford holds onto balloons outside the home in Struthers where Teddy Foltz, 14, was living when he
was beaten to death by his mother’s boyfriend.
Mineral Ridge’s Corey Phillips looks for a way around Crestview defenders Eric Lloyd (42) right, and Collin
Gilbert, back, during their game Sunday at the annual Laricca’s “See Them Rise” High School Basketball
Showcase at the Covelli Centre. The Rebels rallied in the second half behind Josh McDade and Evan Beachler,
but came up short against the Rams, losing 57-47.
Ilisabeth Hernan, 6, of Poland fills a bowl with a traditional chili Sunday for Tim Hardy of Youngtown during the 4th Annual Sue Hernan Chili Cook-Off at Boardman United Methodist Church. Ilisabeth is a granddaughter
of Sue Hernan, who died in a drowning accident.