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Anna Sherman, 13, stirs ingredients while her 9-year-old sister Hattie watches as the two help their mother, Susan Hura, during a baking session of honey cakes for Rosh Hashanah, which begins at sundown today.
The native of Youngstown has been a leader in the ecumenical and interfaith movements
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Alissa Boyle of Salem uses a “standing frame” that lifts her from a sitting position to standing. Boyle suffered a spinal cord injury on Feb. 21, 2012, after she and a friend stopped to help an accident victim on I-79 in Greene County, Pa. The frame helps stretch her tendons and relieve “tightness” in her legs.
The church and school bells of the former Immaculate Conception Church were moved to St. Angela Merici Parish at Sacred Heart Church.
Aug. 28 will mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous speech, delivered from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., and best known for these lines: "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today.”
The Humane Society of Columbian County operates the center, where an open house is set Saturday.
Twenty-seven children learn about farming, food, animals and more from the land down under.
Coordinators anticipated some 8,000 music fans would come and go at the downtown Youngstown event that featured three stages.
The $1.4 million building is seen as a sign of hope and rebirth in the South Side neighborhood.
Beth Monroe, a 40-plus year member of First Christian Church in Girard, holds one of the jackets that will be distributed along with other free clothing during Inasmuch Day Saturday at the church. Church members offer the day as an outreach to the community.
The former Immaculate Conception church and school will be auctioned Aug. 24. A preview is set Sunday.
Debra Ingram heads the school that aims to give students a deeper understanding and revelation of how dance advances the kingdom of God.
The event at Covelli Centre will feature a distribution of backpacks, school supplies and food. On Federal Plaza East, a health-oriented block party is planned.
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The session at Mill Creek MetroParks attracted 39 players from 3 to 16 years old.
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Vacation Bible school children reach out locally and globally
Dorothy Day House of Hospitality grows some of the food used at meals for the homeless.
Heritage Presbyterian Church is sponsoring the free activity with Bible stories, games, crarts and music on four Tuesdays in July
He is the new vice president of the Midwest Region and Prayer of the North America Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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KaRon McQueen, 4, and DeAndre Clyburn, 7, work on decorating their construction-paper munchkin costumes for “The Wiz,” which will be presented July 30 by the summer camp of Spotlight Performing Arts Studio. The camp meets Tuesdays and Wednesdays through July 31 at Wick Park pavilion.
The desire to help others motivated the group.
Participants have fun and learn something as the event fosters interest in museum.
The Avenue and Main and Trumbull County Board of Tourism sponsor event to honor Niles entrepreneur.
Sister Janet Gardner has a background in housing programs and direct service along with administrative skills
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The Rev. Robbin Del Nagro has broad-based experience in interfaith community.
The community meals feed about 200 people at each event.
The singer-songwriter, who often entertains at the community meals, will play July 12 at Salem Memorial Waterworth Park.
The summer solstice ritual at Unity Centre for Spiritual Living celebrates the human connection to Earth and the environment.
The son of the Rev. Thomas Constantine, pastor of St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Church, and his wife, Vasiliki, will be ordained to the deaconate in the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
The site in Warren is opening and volunteers are being sought.
NOW Youngstown, mayor’s office and Community Initiative to Reduce Violence partner to host summertime outreach events.
The 60-member congregation decided to sell the building.
A Christmas tie started Dave Quigley’s collection, which numbers some 3,000 ties.
St. Columbua Cathedral hall is site of creativty and fun for 6- to 11-year-olds.
St. Anthony of Padua Church continues long-time tradition
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A member of Grace United Methodist Church in Warren turned a bicycle ride into a fund-raiser for the food pantry.
The program provides personal hygiene items, cleaning supplies and paper products to those in need.
Richard Scarsella of Sacred Places Dialogue offered insight on how to preserve or re-use religious buildings.
The movement to bring about change must provide positive activities for youth.
Members of Westminster Presbyterian Church, where the preschool is housed, volunteered to build the whimsical float
A dedication is planned at 9 a.m. May 30 when an announcement about weekday concerts will be made.
The center would be a “one-stop” site offering resources and referrals