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Theme: “No Compromise ... No Retreat ... Standing on the Truth” from the book of Daniel. Special
Bob Bartholomew of Leetonia stacks signs during a gathering of the Men’s Rally in the Valley committee recently at Faith Chapel Fellowship in Salem. The ﬁfth annual rally, set for May 3 at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, will feature Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty.”
First Baptist Church in Hubbard hosted a gathering
Clergy from different denominations give a message from Scripture
Protestant Family Service, which is marking its 70th year, is promoting its third annual Scrabble tournament Saturday at Bethel Lutheran Church in Boardman. From left are Jean Montgomery, administrative aide; Jacqueline Burley, executive director; and the Rev. Gwendolyn Johnson, president of the PFS board.
Grace Lutheran Church in Hubbard hosted the community event
The East Side organization of churches is begins its Lenten series on Ash Wednesday.
Mount Olivet United Church of Christ continues a 35-year-old tradition
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Open houses are planned Saturday and Sunday on the programs.
Volunteers with John Severn Soup Group at St. Dominic Church in Youngstown honor the late church member who initiated the project to benefit St. Vincent de Paul dining hall. From left, in front, are Jim and Carole Halloran; Marienne Burick; coordinator Linda Babinec, who holds a photo of Marge and John Severn; and Margie Chiricosta; and at back, Ellen and Mike Devine and Joe Scheetz.
The center teaches English to those who speak other languages.
Class at Congregation Rodef Sholom is a way to preserve the language
The Youngstown woman said she is “passing a smile around” by remembering her son’s generosity.
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The event at Bella Nitesh in Boardman will promote awareness about abuse of women worldwide.
St. David’s Day banquet is signature event
Donna Kriebel of Hubbard wipes away tears as her husband, Randy Kriebel, reads a message of love to her as they renew their marriage vows Friday in the Chapel of Friendly Bells at Trinity United Methodist Church in Youngstown. The church hosted Valentine’s Day walk-in weddings for the second year. Officiating are husband and wife pastors, the Revs. Jerry Krueger and Susan Brown. The Kriebels were married Feb. 14, 2004, in the church.
Seed Library and book sale begin today at Fellows Riverside Gardens
The Rev. Ray Sung is an associate pastor.
The program is set Monday at Highway Tabernacle in Austintown
A blue light and ribbon project at St. Paul the Apostle Church in New Middletown is being promoted to remind people to pray for the Rev. Stephen Popovich, church pastor, who was injured in a car accident in mid-November and is in rehab. From left are Georgie Shane, Helen Parry, Jayne and Harry Kale, Jerry Wittenauer, Jim Parry and Barb Wittenauer.
The popular activity involves three kitchen crews
This is the first time the pond has been open for skating since 1990.
Linda M. Linonis, left, a Vindicator reporter, holds tickets from The Beatles 1964 concert in Cleveland that she attended with her cousin, Patti Zelch Albert of Mercer, Pa., who shows a Life magazine cover featuring the now legendary musicians.
Members of Olde Town Harmony, who will take turns singing in a quartet to deliver valentines in song, are, from left, Steve Jenkins, Steve Smith, co-director Don Connell, Bob Boice and co-director Rick Swanson. The greeting also includes a card and a rose. Olde Town Harmony is a barbershop chorus based in the Shenango Valley.
About 140 women attended the 68th annual event.
The event will begin at midnight Friday and continue through Saturday with a speaker, movie and prayer.
Spanish music ministry of Christ the Good Shepherd Parish will perform at the event at 6 p.m. Sunday at Bethel Lutheran Church in Boardman.
The group was inspired by a dog who died from the disease.
Proceeds from a winter gala fundraiser on Feb. 15 at Mr. Anthony’s help the society help people.
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Crochet and knitting group at Christ Our Savior Parish works on projects to help others
YT and Marilyn Chiu demonstrate how to cook Chinese style
A clergy couple will perform the ceremonies on Feb. 14
Venture Church is one church in two locations – Boardman and Streetsboro.
Angels for Animals is participating in World Spay Day
Herps Alive! Foundation is a non-profit organization.
It’s used in medicinal, culinary and household products
The theme of the ecumenical event is “Is Christ Divided?”
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Niles plans the event this weekend.
Now Youngstown Heritage Center, the site will showcase ethnic and city history.
The congregation is evaluating options and wants to move to smaller site
Special events are planned Friday and Jan. 18 and 19
The Walsh University students studied abroad.
In the black community, the first Watch Night anticipated freedom.
Candles will be lighted to pay tribute to those who died
Last year’s ‘Keep the Kids Warm’ project served 4,948 people
The presentation will be at 7 p.m. today at Disciples Christian Church in Boardman.