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ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES

Which came first, egg or the eye?

COLUMBIANA– The Columbiana Library will air a 1947 comedy starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13. Free refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library. The movie will be socially distanced and limited to first 10 patrons who register. Call 482-5509 to reserve a space.

Calla Church plans soup sale

CANFIELD– The Calla Community Church, 6482 W. Calla Road, will hold a carryout soup sale on Friday, Jan. 15. Stuffed pepper and beer barley will be available for $6 a quart. Bread is $2 a loaf. Pickup begins at 4 p.m. To preorder, call 330-501-1597.

MCCTC enrollment open

CANFIELD–Enrollment is open for incoming 11th-grade students interested in applying to the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center for the 2021-2022 school year. MCCTC offers 22 programs geared toward students interested in getting a job right out of high school or preparing for college.Call Jessica Cene at 330-729-4000 ext 1214 for a private tour, or apply online on the school’s website: www.mahoningctc.com.

Soup sale at Mile Branch

ALLIANCE –Mile Branch Grange, 495 Knox School Road, Alliance, will hold its monthly drive-thru soup sale Jan. 14. Soup will be available for pick up from 4 to 6 p.m. It will be packaged and delivered directly to your car ready to heat when you get home.

Soup must be preordered by noon Jan. 13. Cost is $7 per quart and this month’s soups will be Loaded Potato and Stuffed Pepper. Call 330-821-8023 to reserve soup.

Lisbon Banquet scheduled Monday

The Carryout Banquet of Lisbon will be held twice this month at the Presbyterian Church. On Monday, Jan 11, a chicken stuffed shells dinner will be available from 4:30 p.m. until gone (no later than 6:30). Those needing a ride can call 424-4015 or 301-9523. The Methodist Church will sponsor the meal. On Monday, Jan. 25, the Lisbon Police Department will sponsor the Banquet which will include a pulled pork sandwich and vegetable soup.

Way Station campaign

The Way Station started their “Growing Together” capital campaign in August 2020 to raise $150,000 by 2024. Due to the remarkable support of so many businesses, individuals and foundations $85,000 has been raised thus far. The goal is to purchase and repair the Way Station building on Fifth Street in East Liverpool to ensure a permanent location in southern Columbiana County.

The project includes the purchase of the four-storefront building and an adjoining home to be used as office and meeting space. Due to the overwhelming support early in the campaign, priority renovations to the roof, upstairs rooms and the retail locations will begin in 2021.

For information about The Way Station or the capital campaign, call 330-482-5072 or email chaneynezbeth@gmail.com.

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