SPECIAL TO THE VINDICATOR
Old North Church Belize Missions Team is sponsoring a pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Old North Family Life Center, 7105 Herbert Road, Canfield. Some of the members preparing for the event are, from left to right, Bobby Hudock; Brooks Thomas; Shawn Sprouse, youth leader; Travis Bernard, Catie Groubert and Daniel Brandenstein. The cost will be $5 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under. The menu consists of pancakes, eggs, sausage and beverages. Gluten-free pancakes also will be available.
Added: Sun, March 2, 2014
Added: Wed, March 5, 2014
Ursuline’s Greg Parella goes to the hoop past Newton Falls defender Jaden Walton during their Division III
district semifinal Tuesday at Howland High School. The Irish routed the Tigers, 74-44.
Clergy in Ambassadors for Christ hold a wooden cross that is used in its signature event, a cross walk on Good Friday. From left are the Rev. Jack Pettis, Pastor Roney Tucker, the Rev. George Wilkins and the Rev. Joseph Rudjak.
Members of the Youngstown Fire Department are happy about the new Station No. 9 on East Midlothian Boulevard on the city’s South Side. At the top, from left, are Capt. Perry Harrison, William Palma, Jeff Goodlet and Lt. Chris Brown.
The Porterhouse burger from Whitefire Grille & Spirits in Canfield.
McDonald’s Kenny Greaver, left, watches as teammate Anthony Pugh shoots over Lowellville defender Paolo DePasquale during the first quarter of their Division IV district semifinal Tuesday at the Struthers Fieldhouse. The Blue Devils held off the Rockets, 75-67.
Jim Bishop and Linda Nehls make pancakes for a Shrove Tuesday pancake supper and party at Grace Lutheran Church in Hubbard. Some 140 people were served and more than 400 pancakes flipped.