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Stockburger named to head Tech belt Center WARREN— The Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center at its May board meeting promoted Rick Stockburger to president and CEO of the organization. During his tenure as vice president and COO, TBEIC has expanded its budget, opened the Energy Integration ...

‘Night at Casino’ for Stage Left Players

Stage Left Players, from left, Paige Johnson, Kellie Ryan, Renee Marple Schreffler and Jacob Ward will act as hosts for a “Night at the Casino” fundraiser at the Trinity Playhouse at 7 p.m. Saturday. All proceeds benefit the “Raise the Roof” fund. Stage Left hopes this event will make ...

Body cams for Leetonia cops

Connie Smith, Exalted Ruler of Salem Elks Lodge #305, presented Leetonia Police Chief Chief Allen Haueter a check for $750 to help with the purchase of two additional PatrolEyes (body cams). This is for the safety of not only the officers but the public as well. (Submitted photo)

The first step to a blue ribbon: Workshop Set July 10

LISBON — A free workshop on “How to Properly Prepare Your Entries for Judging” will be offered at the Columbiana County Fairgrounds from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 10. The flower and vegetable judges for the fair will be demonstrating how to prepare your entries for maximum presentation and ...

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WED/26 GREENFORD Camping! Camping! Camping!, 3 p.m., Greenford Library; children of all ages, preschoolers must attend with an adult. LEETONIA Toddler Playgroup, 10-11:15 a.m., Leetonia Community Public Library. Leetonia High School Class of 1965, noon, Old Towne Country ...

Help for Lisbon FD rescue unit

Salem lodge #305 presented the Lisbon Fire Department a check for $750 to purchase two 300-foot static rescue ropes. These will be used to perform high angle and grain bin rescues. The goal is to obtain all the equipment necessary to create their own rescue unit and be able to assist the ...

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Leetonia Library craft sessions planned LEETONIA – The Leetonia Community Public Library’s Summer Reading Craft will include Patriotic Mosaic Butterflies July 1 through 6, Sand Art Bottle Necklace July 8 through 13, Suncatchers July 15 through 20 and Pick a Craft from July 22 through ...

On the calendar this week

TUE/25 CANTON Multi-County Juvenile Attention System (MCJAS)’s Board of Trustees, 12:45 p.m.; Joint Board of County Commissioners, 1:30 p.m. or immediately following the Board of Trustees, Board Room of the MCJAS, 815 Faircrest St. SW; Executive Committee, 10 a.m., Board Room; Program ...

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Domestic violence art exhibit is Friday ROGERS— The 4th Annual Artisans Against Domestic Violence Art Exhibit will be held from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at Whispering Pines Castle, 6295 Adams Road, funded by the Columbiana County Department of Job and Family Services and Ozer Ministries. ...

Salem Elks aid Bycroft School

Robert Bycroft School received a grant from the Ohio Elks Association CP Fund Board for $3,213. Principal Andrew Garber accepted the funds from Connie Smith, Exalted Ruler of Salem Elks Lodge #305. The grant will be used to purchase a new Rifton Supine Stander which will give those unable to ...

On the Calendar

MON/24 LEETONIA Cards & Games, 2-5 p.m., Leetonia Community Public Library. LISBON Lepper Library, 1-on-1 computer and device help, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.. Call 330-424-3117 to register. Lepper Library, classic 1957 film starring Tyrone Power and Ava Gardner, 2 p.m. Call 330-424-3117 for ...

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SUN/23 CANFIELD Tractor-Wagon Ride, 1-4 p.m., MetroParks Farm; craft fee $1, cash only; information, 330-533-7572. COLUMBIANA Crown Theater Productions Jr. and Sr High Summer Drama Camp presents “Into The Woods Jr.” Show time is 2 p.m. General seating tickets are $13. Summer Concert ...

Salem Schools honor rolls

SALEM HIGH SCHOOL “A” HONOR ROLL SENIORS: Lindsey Barnett, Sean Blake, Jackson Corbisello, Michael Daley, Ellie Davidson, Casey Dickey, James Doerle, Kenneth Double, Haley Gaither, Ethan Gill, Holly Heestand, Ryleigh Jones, Emma Kelly, Cole Kern, Adam Ketchum, Owen Kirkland, Megan ...

WBHS students collect money for charity

BELOIT — Adrienne Lesnett's Freshman Honors English class at West Branch High School wrapped up their charity project at the end of May. Students were asked to select a charity of their choice, create an action plan for fundraising, conduct fundraising over the second semester, complete a ...

KSU Salem nursing faculty members ‘go above and beyond’

SALEM— Three nursing faculty members from the Kent State Salem Campus recently were recognized by the university’s Office of Student Accessibility Services. Cheryl Brady, Krista Hawkins and Lorene Martin were each recognized by the Kent State Office of Student Accessibility Services for ...

COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS

DARE announces July events BOARDMAN— DARE (Divorce/Death Aren’t Really the End) has announced its July schedule of events. The group meets at 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at the Disciples Christian Church, 565 Boardman-Canfield Road, across from Giant Eagle on state Route 224. Tuesday, ...

WR Rangers learn uses of fire equipment from fellow member

BERLIN CENTER— Brandon Quear, a Junior Fire Fighter with the Ellsworth Township Volunteer Fire Department and a Rangers 4-H Club member, explained the use for each piece of firemen’s equipment he put on as he dressed in gear for a fire at the 4-H club’s June meeting. Emma Reph, Olivia ...

Birdfish Brewing Company donates to cause

On May 30 Birdfish Brewing Company in Columbiana hosted a “Tips for a Cause” event, in conjunction with Austintown Pediatrics and A Pirates Life Pinball that benefited The Cure Starts Now. The event raised a total of $1,245. From left, Dr. Carrie Campanelli, Austintown Pediatrics Inc.; Jane ...

Home Savings provides funds for The Walnut Grove playground

CANFIELD—Home Savings donated a check for $5,000 to The Walnut Grove on June 11. The funds will be used toward the construction of a playground to be used by local and regional children of all abilities, specifically those with special needs. “The Walnut Grove is a community centered ...

Sons of American Revolution observe Flag Day with event

Hugh Earnhardt, Professor Emeritus of American History, presented a Look at Life in America after the Revolutionary War when Mahoning Valley Chapter Sons of the American Revolution held their “Flag Day Lunch” at Davidson’s in Canfield June 15. (Submitted photo)