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Community Happenings

July 22, 2012
Salem News

LHS Class of '50 to meet

LEETONIA - The Leetonia High School Class of 1950 will meet for breakfast at 9:30 a.m. July 25 at the Salem Hills Golf and Country Club.

SHS?Class of '40 plans picnic

SALEM - The Salem High School Class of 1940 is invited to a class picnic at noon Aug. 7 at the home of Ike and Hilda Spack on Seacrist Road. For additional information call Ann Schmid at 330-332-0227.

SHS?Class of '68 to gather

SALEM -The Salem High School Class of 1968 plans to gather at the Salem Historical Society from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 28. Reservations required for lunch at 1 p.m. by contacting Rick Berg or B.J. Abrams.

DAHS Class of '60 to meet

LISBON -The David Anderson High School Class of 1960 will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Aug. 19 at the Chef's Table.

Super Bingo Sunday slated

COLUMBIANA - Super Bingo Sunday games begin at 2 p.m. Aug. 5 at St. Jude Parish, 180 Seventh St. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. A $25 donation entitles you to a free dauber, coffee and pop, and cards for regular games (specials are sold separately). A total of $3,400 in cash prizes will be awarded to winners, including a $1,000 guaranteed coverall. Lunch items and baked goods are available for purchase.

SLHS '79 to hold reunion

SALINEVILLE -The Southern Local High School Class of 1979 and their guests are invited to a reunion at 6 p.m. Aug. 4 at Mark's Landing Restaurant at Guilford Lake, 33220 Charlton Drive, Lisbon. For details and to RSVP by July 25 call 330-223-1528, 330-532-4531 or 330-679-2679.

Ballroom boogie scheduled

GIRARD -The public is invited to a Mad Hot Monday Ballroom Boogie from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 6 at Kuzman's Lounge, 1025 S. State St. This free event is sponsored by USA Dance Youngstown Warren Chapter and Kuzman's Lounge. Dances include Ballroom, Latin, Swing and Hustle. For more information contact Kuzman's at 330-545-8521 or 330-545-8995 or USA Dance volunteer Stephen Barba at 330-502-5492.

Donations sought for church rummage sale

DAMASCUS - Donations of items in good, workable, and useable condition are being accepted for a rummage sale at the Damascus United Methodist Church, 300 Valley Road.

The public is invited to the annual rummage sale to be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 24 and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 25. Shoppers may fill a brown paper bag for $4 all day on Friday and until noon on Saturday. Then, from noon until closing time, shoppers may fill a paper bag for $1. Larger items will be priced separately. Proceeds of the sale will support local missions of the Damascus United Methodist Women. A bake sale and lunch bar will be available. For more information call 330-537-3031.

Damascus Ruritans learn about teen recovery program

DAMASCUS - Damascus Ruritans met at the Quaker Canyon Camp Building on July 12 with 18 members and 28 guests for the annual family picnic. David Denny led the group in singing a verse of "America." Mahlon Griffith delivered the blessing.

Club Secretary Darlene Snyder announced birthdays and anniversaries of members, and also called the roll. A motion was made and seconded to shorten the business session until the August meeting. In the absence of the club treasurer, his paper report was distributed and a motion was made and seconded to accept it as printed.

President Dave Wingett announced the club was involved Thursday though Saturday at the Summer Fest held at Carnation Plaza in Alliance. He also said the American Red Cross blood drive was held July 17 at the Damascus United Methodist Church. Beloit, Damascus, and Goshen Center Ruritan Clubs co-sponsor the drives as a community service project. Four items of expenditures were voted on and approved by the membership.

Among the guests were Amber Adams and her parents Gregory and Mary Adams. Committee member Snyder presented Adams with her scholarship check who gave a short talk about what her future plans were and thanked the club for the money. She will be attending Colorado Christian University, studying music.

David Denny introduced the program for the evening, Rich Blevins, community relations director for the Ohio Valley Teen Challenge, based in Youngstown. He spoke of his involvement with Teen Challenge because of a son that had problems with drugs and alcohol in past years. He introduced several of the fellows that are now enrolled in the one-year program at Teen Challenge. Each gave personal testimony of where they came from and what Teen Challenge and God has done in their life. Through the Teen Challenge program, these young men will graduate and be productive young men of the community.

Church Women United sponsoring clothing program

SALEM - Church Women United is sponsoring its annual back-to-school clothing program for children of low-income families in Head Start through eighth grade in the Salem City School District. Sign-ups are scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. July 25 and 26, and from 9 a.m. to noon and 3 to 6 p.m. July 27 and Aug. 1 at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church Education Building, 251 S. Broadway Ave. Parents/guardians must provide the child's name, age, date of birth and grade they are entering this fall, and two proofs of income and residency. Each eligible child is given a voucher to use in August to purchase clothing only at the Salem Walmart when accompanied by their parent/ guardian.

Approximately 500 children received vouchers in 2011 from CWU, a non-profit organization. All administrative costs are covered by donations.

All monies received are used directly for this ministry. To make a donation, make checks payable to CWU and mail to Treasurer and Social Concerns Laurel Todd, 265 W. 14th St., Salem 44460. For more information call 330-337-8822.

Earl and Bessie Sanor reunion held at Sevakeen

SALEM - Fifty-eight people attended the Earl and Bessie Sanor family reunion held July 15 at Sevakeen Lake. Sharon Heestand offered devotions prior to the meal. The largest group in attendance with 20 was the Ray and Kate Sanor family. The oldest member present was Anna Mae Sanor Buckman. Preston Kade Sanor, 10 months; and Mavrick Kade Martig, 11 months, were the youngest members present. Bernice Sanor Blair displayed old pictures and articles of ancestors. Don and Sue Sanor brought a family movie provided by Ted Hawk. A donation was made to the Ted Hawk family for upkeep of the Hawk-Sanor Cemetery. The next reunion will be held July 21, 2013, at the lake.

Damascus Garden Club meets at Sebring Mansion

DAMASCUS - The Damascus Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club of Ohio, Inc., met on June 14 at the historic Sebring Mansion Inn and Spa in Sebring. J. Lynne Biery, hostess and restorer of the mansion, welcomed 42 members and guests with a champagne reception and hors d'oeuvres and a luncheon in the elegant third floor ballroom.

Guest Shirley Wigginton presented a program on "The Art of Floral Design." It included several displays of arrangements accompanied by her tips on display requirements. Biery gave a PowerPoint talk on the history of the Sebring family, the construction of the mansion, and the extensive work done on its restoration.

Club President Peggy Stoffer dispensed with the June business meeting and reports. Members and guests toured the mansion and spa and enjoyed dessert on the porch and in the conservatory. There is no July meeting. The Aug. 9 meeting will be at the Stoffer home with co-hostesses Sandy Kilmer and Irene Morckel. The program scheduled is "The Relaxing Fields of Lavender" presented by Ginny Huffman.

DARE?announces schedule for August activities

BOARDMAN - Divorce/Death Aren't Really the End meets at 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at the Disciples Christian Church, 565 Boardman-Canfield Road. Scheduled events include:

Aug. 1, 15, 22: Short holes golf at Mill Creek, McCollum Road, 6 p.m.

Aug. 2: Music in Boardman Park, "Following June," 6:30 p.m.

Aug. 3: Italian Fest Downtown, meet at 6:30 p.m., entrance by Old Buffalo Wings.

Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28: Bocce in Boardman Park, 6 p.m.

Aug. 8: Volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank, 5 to 7 p.m.

Aug. 10: Putt-Putt at Sports World, South Avenue, 7 p.m.

Aug. 11: Luau at Tim Novosel Pavilion, Route 170, New Middletown, 6 to 10 p.m.

Aug. 13: DARE meet-up at Dairy Queen, Cornersburg, 7 p.m.

Aug. 16: Picnic and music in Boardman Park, Master's Pavilion, 6 p.m.

Aug. 17: Bowling at Boardman Lanes, 7:30 p.m.

Aug. 24: Outside movies, Poland Library, dusk.

Aug. 25: Warren Amphitheatre, "Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd," 7 p.m.

Aug. 27: Coffee and chat at Mocha House in Boardman, 7 p.m.

Aug. 29: Short Holes Golf, Mill Creek, McCollum Road, 6 p.m. Music by Easy Street Productions, 7 p.m.

For more information call 330-533-7062, 330-729-0127 or 330-793-1484.

Butler Grange meets, hears program about heat

SALEM - Ida Zepernick presided when Butler Grange met recently. Myrtle Bailey presented a synopsis of an article, "Thoughts of Advancing Through the Years."

Ruth Ann Altenhof presented the program: Is it Hot Enough For Ya? Zepernick offered, "That depends. There are a lot of variables. Age, weight, degree of physical fitness, degree of acclimatization, metabolism, use of alcohol or drugs, and a variety of medical conditions such as hypertension all affect a person's sensitivity to heat." Altenhof advised, "Use your common sense if you experience confusion, irrational behavior, a lack of sweating (usually); hot, dry skin, or abnormally high body temperature, find a way to cool off and seek medical attention." As July 11 is Cheer Up the Lonely Day, Bailey suggested "It's easy to do...just spend some time with them."

June card winners were Bill McKarns and Bailey, first place; Bob Oliver and Helen Maple, second place. Barb McMillen won the door prize. The next euchre party begins at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 at the grange.

R-Weigh recognizes weekly weight loss

SALEM -The R-Weigh weight groups met at 1 and 5 p.m. Monday at the Faith Chapel. A loss of 18 pounds was recorded for the week. Good loser at the afternoon group was JoAnne Bogdan. Goalie was Rachel Weaver. Sandy McGarr won the can-do monetary drawing.

Hit and Runs and Quaker City Hitters each scored five runs causing a tied baseball game. The QCH broke the tie having had 4 balls and the H&R had a strike. Both teams have won three games with three games to be played. Sylvia Eller had a program on "Managing Your Weight" and passed out brochures on the subject.

The good losers at the evening group were Diane Hart, Rose O'Lenick and Jean Swartz. Goalies were Shirley Dias and Marlene Shirilla. Linda Lude won the can-do monetary drawing and Dias earned a birthday award.

The Baseball Babes beat the Home Run Honeys 22 to 16 winning the baseball game. Each team has won three games with three games yet to be played. Margie Dale and Patty Pim asked the members to shout, "Start Your Engines, Rev it up" pertaining to the subject of one's metabolism and passed out brochures on "10 Great Foods That Speed Up your Metabolism" and served apples, grapes and ice water from the list. New members are welcome. For more information call 330-332-1078.

Help Hotline support group to meet on Thursday

LISBON - Help Hotline Crisis Center's support group of the Survivors of Suicide will meet at 6 p.m. July 26 at the Columbiana County Counseling Center on Route 154. For more information call 330-424-7767.

SHS Class of 1946 to meet for breakfast

SALEM -The Salem High School Class of 1946 will meet for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Adele's Place.

 
 

 

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