From Kathy Miller: "In either December 1984 or January 1985, our third son, Tyler, was 7 or 8 months old and wanted to be with the older kids outside. They created the box on the sled and pulled him around the yard. My mother-in-law had made the little red winter jacket for Tyler. Friend and neighbor up the street on Creston in Boardman (we still live there) is Stephen Bupp and Tyler's older brother, Nathan, in beige/tan jacket dreamed up the box on a sled idea. I sent this to my family in an email as a quiz on Christmas asking who were in the picture and what year it was taken. It was hard to believe that no one got it right. The years have sure flown by."
Jackie, Ray and Vincent Boila and Chris and Lauren Wilson are delighted with a day of fun on the slopes at Seven Springs. Submitted by Grandma Judy Wilson, who stayed warm in the ski lodge watching the little ones, Patrick Boila, 3, and Jack Wilson, 4 months.
Ryan Thompson, now an eighth grade student at Springfield High School in New Middletown, is shown in January 2005, reminding us how much fun winter can be for children. Sent by Grandma Pat Shively of New Middletown.
You know you love your dogs when you are willing to shovel a path for them in the grass! Marianne Bernard's three dogs, Boo, Biddy and Banjo wait until she shovels around the whole yard so that they don't have to get stuck in the snow. Bernard lives in Youngstown.
David Dull is shown trekking through the snow in St. Joseph, Michigan. David was visiting his aunt and uncle for the annual Ice Festival in February 2012. Sixteen inches of lake-effect snow fell overnight. The photo was submitted by his mom, Marla Dull.
This photo was taken the day after Thanksgiving and after the big snow in 1950 on the Westside of Youngstown on Midland Avenue at the home of the Schultz family. Jesse Loverich is in the picture. Submitted by Dorothy Schultz.