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n today’s real estate market, tenacity, experience and an “in it to win it” attitude can make all the difference. That’s why, for the past 60 years, thousands of homebuyers and sellers in the Youngstown area have looked to Jack Mayo and the team at Mayo & Associates, Inc. Realtors to get the job done. Jack grew up in Youngstown where he attended Rayen High School in the 40s. He quickly became recognized as a sports superstar, a designation that would serve him well later in life. As a young man, he took on the challenges presented by the Marine Corps and worked his way up to Lieutenant. Jack attended and graduated from the University of Notre Dame, where he was captain of the Baseball team in 1947. He then pursued an MBA from the University of Michigan. After being signed by the Vandergrift Pioneers, a Philadelphia Phillies minor league team and not being one to linger in the background, Jack was called up by the Philadelphia Phillies in 1947 and played three of the four games in the 1950 World Series.

And like most successful business owners, Jack readily acknowledges that his team of qualified real estate professionals has helped to propel him to the top. “We have an impressive staff of experienced agents who all work to ensure that both our buyers and our sellers are represented with excellence,” he promises. “To guarantee that our clients enjoy the best possible service at all times, we maintain the highest industry standards. To stay a step ahead of the rest, we also make it a point to regularly enhance our service offerings. Nobody can offer what we can.” Want to know what your home might be worth right now? Visit the company’s website and click on the Buying & Selling tab. There you’ll find a link to Mayo’s Virtual Market Analysis. “We make it easy for sellers to get a realistic idea of what they can expect in today’s challenging market,” Jack says. “Positioning your home as the best value is one of the keys to getting it sold.” Another is to put the right team to work for you. “We approach everything we do with a winning attitude,” he promises. “We’re here to get the job done.”

He ultimately decided to take his winning attitude and turn his focus toward a career in real estate. Over the years, Mayo & Associates has become one of the area’s most successful firms, having developed over 600 homes in some of Boardman’s most impressive developments, including Park Harbour, Mt. Vernon Woods, Applewood Acres, Tippwood Estates, Timberbrook Estates, Tanglewood, and Peach Tree Development to name a few. But Mayo & Associates doesn’t limit itself to residential sales alone. Value City Plaza and Marc’s Plaza are two of the commercial projects developed in Boardman by Jack and his crew.

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MAGAZINE & Community Guide This is an Image Builders Marketing Inc.™ Trademark Publication created and produced for Boardman Township, Ohio. Jason Loree, Administrator Copyright © 2011, All Rights Reserved. Image Builders Marketing, Inc. 9780 Beechwood Drive North Royalton, Ohio 44133 440-346-4482 www.ImageBuildersMarketing.us To advertise in the next edition, call: 440-346-4482.

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Additional copies are available at participating sponsors or at: Boardman Township Government Center 8299 Market St. Boardman, Ohio 44512 330-726-4177 Fax 330-726-4175 View the book online at: www.boardmantwp.com Publisher: Bernice P. Kaldy Editor: Laura Lakner

3 Welcome 4 Township Overview 9 Business 10 Parks & Recreation 14 Education 17 Library 18 The Faces of Boardman 22 Health & Wellness 24 Senior Living 26 Homes & Real Estate 28 Dining Guide 30 Community Information

34 Philanthropy

35 Golf Courses 36 Area Map 38 Places of Worship 39 Advertiser Index

Information Technology Consultant: David J. Kaldy Art Director/Project Manager: Tammy Spear Lead Graphic Designer: Judy Beveridge Contributing Designers: Kelly Coniglio, Laura Kaldy, Alesa Upholzer Production Coordinator: Brenda Hale-Gloskey Account Executives/Community Consultants: Scott F.W. Hughes, Sandy Mamer, Mark Maldonado, Janine Mazzi, Scott Zelesnik Map: Youngstown State University Photography: Bob Knuff Photography

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COVER PHOTO - THE FACES OF BOARDMAN, See special section starting on page 18. First Row (left to right): Pam Ferguson, General Manager of Southern Park Mall; Jennifer Hanigosky, Area Sales Manager at Home Savings; Jason Loree, Boardman Township Administrator. Second Row: Liz McGarry, Director of Development at Hospice of the Valley; Chelsey Santucci, Owner & Funeral Director at Rossi & Santucci Funeral Home; Officer Michael Dado, Boardman Police Department. Third Row: Howard Ashton, Owner of Preston Hyundai; Jack Mayo, Owner of Mayo & Associates, Inc. Realtors; Genie Auble, President of St. Elizabeth Hospital; Ray Thomas, Assistant Superintendent of Roads for the Boardman Roads Department. Fourth Row: Dan Slagle, Executive Director of Boardman Township Park; Shane Lanigan, General Manager of Preston Toyota; Firefighter & Paramedic Anthony Steiner, Boardman Township Fire Department. Fifth Row: Dr. John Mayo, John L. Mayo, D.D.S.; Carlton Sears, Director of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County; Frank Lazzeri, Superintendent of Boardman Local Schools. Missing from Photo: Brian Femia, Executive Director of Greenbriar Healthcare Center. Photo Location: St. Elizabeth Hospital-Boardman. Photographer: Bob Knuff, Bob Knuff Photography. THIS PAGE, TOP: The Gazebo at Boardman Township Park; Photo: Courtesy of Boardman Township.

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Boardman Township Welcomes You! We are pleased to present the 2011-2012 Boardman Township Magazine & Community Guide. This marks the first community guide for Boardman Township and it is designed to present the residents and visitors with information about the community while highlighting people, places and businesses that make Boardman a “Nice Place to Call Home.” This magazine is brought to you free of charge as a result of the generous sponsorship from local businesses and organizations in our community. As the elected officials of Boardman Township, we are committed to providing the citizens with a safe community in which they can raise a family and also furnish a great place for businesses to locate and operate confidently. We believe that goal has been and continues to be met through the longstanding record of excellent service provided to the public as well as administering government services in an efficient and effective manner. It is our hope this magazine will acquaint – or reacquaint – you with our wonderful community while serving as a reference guide with important phone numbers, contact information, and a street map. Please feel free to contact the Boardman Township Government Center for more information about this magazine or any other township questions, comments or concerns you may have. It is our goal to keep your local government open, professional and progressive.

HOME, SWEET HOME (top, left) A summer concert at the Maag Outdoor Arts Theater; (above) the children’s play area in Boardman Park; (below, left to right) Township Trustees: Thomas P. Costello, Chair of the Board of Trustees; Larry Moliterno, Trustee; Brad Calhoun, Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees and William D. Leicht, Fiscal Officer.

Sincerely, Thomas P. Costello Chair

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Boardman Township in 2011 By Jason Loree

As the Township Administrator, I proudly

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serve the residents of Boardman Township and I am committed to keeping the community informed about the many great things happening in our Township. The story of Boardman Township is one that is rooted in growth, in both the residential and commercial sectors; community pride, with both the schools and the park; and of tradition, in offering outstanding township services. These characteristics make Boardman Township an SITES AROUND THE AREA: The Boardman Township Administration Building on Market Street (above); St. Elizabeth’s ideal place to raise a family and Hospital has recently expanded health services to serve the community (below left). operate a business. Boardman Township is the thirteenth Mahoning County. In 2009, CNN’s Money Magazine named the area as the 19th largest township in the State of Ohio, with a most affordable place to live in the country. residential population close to 41,000 and a Being the commercial hub of Mahoning County, the Route 224 and Market daytime population estimated at over 100,000. Street Business Corridor is home to over 3,500 businesses It is the commercial and residential hub in ranging from large commercial chain stores to small “mom and pop” businesses. Over the past few years, the Township has been home to some larger business projects. In 2007, Humility of Mary Health Partners (HMHP) chose Boardman as the site of its new $83 million St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital has five operating rooms, two endoscopy suites, Stage 1 and Stage 2 recovery areas, Jason Loree twelve intensive care beds, and five 24-bed units capable of being upgraded to intermediate monitoring. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital also features expanded radiology and imaging services including a permanent MRI, nuclear and vascular testing, EEG, EMG, pulmonary function testing, and inpatient rehabilitation. Summer Garden Food Manufacturing, a division of the John Zidan Co. and maker of the popular Gia Russa Italian foods brand, opened in Boardman in 2008. Having the opportunity to build their facility in a number of locations, Summer Garden chose Boardman to build their 50,000 square-foot food production facility and research and development center. In addition, the new plant is Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified, a national standard for green construction. In April 2009, the Surgical Hospital at Southwoods opened its doors to patients. The Surgical Hospital at Southwoods offers stays for patients recovering from surgery with private rooms and amenities such as flat-screen TVs, room service, and high-quality linens, rivaling the best hotel rooms!

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Shopping opportunities and retail stores also keep Boardman Township a Mahoning Valley destination. With the Southern Park Mall, Boardman Plaza, and Shops at Boardman Park, just to name a few, there are hundreds of area stores to keep the most avid shopper busy. Although the business and retail market brings visitors to Boardman Township, it is the outstanding schools and recreational opportunities that keep people here. The Boardman Local School District has four elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school, providing an excellent PHOTO:courtesy of Boardman Schools education to over 5,000 students every day. ALL FIRED UP!: The Fire Department helps students at Stadium Drive Elementary learn about fire safety. The school system also has a state-of-thetradition of excellence. Each department takes pride in providing art Performing Arts Center which opened in 2000 at Boardman support and service to the community. To learn more about the High School. This facility is the showcase venue for the high Township’s services, please visit www.boardmantownship.com. school’s award-winning theatre productions, musicals, band, As always, we welcome new residents, as well as businesses, chorus and orchestra concerts. Boardman Township is home to Boardman Park, also known who would like to become a part of our vibrant community. In as the “Green Oasis.” Boardman Park is comprised of 227 acres addition, your feedback and ideas are always appreciated. Please feel free to contact me directly at 330-726-4177, x1181. of recreational green space in the heart of Boardman Township. In addition, a large portion of the nationally-recognized Mill Creek Park District is located in Boardman Township, which offers an 36-hole golf course, and a three mile “Hike and Bike” Trail. The educational system, along Jason Loree Township Administrator with excellent recreational Boardman Township opportunities, are preserved with the 8299 Market Street support of the residential community Boardman, OH 44512 and the local government services provided by the Township. With the Police, Fire, Road and Zoning departments all working together, Boardman Township’s governmental services keep residents and visitors safe and productive through a

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Thanks for the Memories Chief James Dorman

People often ask a retiring firefighter what he remembers from his past career. Here are some events from Chief James Dorman’s history. 1968-1972 I became a volunteer firefighter because my dad was also a volunteer firefighter.

1973 A 1941 Mack truck was still in service as a standby pumper and BFD took delivery of Truck 201, a turbine engine fire truck, the first in the nation.

1974 Arena Bowling Lanes on Simon Road burned to the ground on February 28.

A $200,000 arson fire hit Marks Piano – a candle was nestled into a trash bag full of gasoline.

1975 Second arson fire hit Batos office building on Karago causing $100,000 in damages.

I remember searching for the fire on the upper floor with four others when the floor dropped 12”. We threw our hose down and ran for the door. The whole floor that we had just run from collapsed into the basement as the last firefighter exited safely.   Hutch Manufacturing had a blowout and explosion of a fuel oil heater almost killing five BFD firefighters.

1977 Fire Station 71 was remodeled for the first time. My salary was $1,023 per month.

1979 February 14, Steve Masters shot his young wife Jodie and set the house on fire. Many firefighters testified at the trial, including me, who had found the murder weapon. He was convicted of arson and murder.

 An Oak Ave. gasoline storage tank lit up as two men were servicing the inside causing severe burns to both.

1983 March 16 - A $2 million dollar fire hit Tippecanoe Country Club. Boardman provided mutual aid.

April 1 - The original radio tower at Station 71 topples to the ground during installation.

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1985 May 20 - An illegal fireworks shop blows up killing many. Dick Schneider and I stumble across a Taco Bell on fire at 3:00 am on the way back from a false alarm.

1986 Christmas Eve - Rossi’s Furniture next to Station 74 burns causing $500,000 in damage.

1987 March – An arson fire at the Edgar Miller plant on Velma Ct. causes $445,000 in damages.

I remember standing in a large puddle of water and gasoline, holding the head of an accident victim as he laid half in and half out of his car when the mixture ignited around both of us.  August 8 - Stambaugh Thompson’s is hit by lightning causing $2.5 million loss in the Boardman Plaza.  Six stores in the Marwood Plaza next to Sparkle sustained $550,000 in damages caused by an arsonist. Hair spray cans were rocketing into the sky like a 4th of July fireworks show.

1999 Thermal imaging cameras are first purchased by the Boardman Fire Department.

2002 Summer - lightning hits the historical St. James Church, damaging the steeple.

...and I remember a long and fulfilling career for which I will forever be grateful. The Boardman Township Trustees would like to thank Chief James Dorman for his over 40 years of dedicated service to the community and wish him a happy retirement.

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Police Dept. Canine Unit Program Update The Boardman Police Department has always

been proud of the partnership that we share with our community which helps to create a safe and attractive place to call home for our residents and businesses. Thanks to a generous donation from Tony Lariccia and his family, the department recently brought on its newest member, Eros. He and his partner, Officer Brian Cionni, have been working together since the Fall of 2010. Boardman Township, however, will be losing our other canine officer, Yuma, as he is due for retirement in 2012. Yuma has worked with his partner, Officer Daryn Tallman, for over 7 years which is quite a long service record when you put it in dog years. Faced with the challenge of funding, the Township Canine Unit is asking for your help! Since its inception in 1992, Boardman Township was the first department in this area to understand the value of a proactive police canine unit. We would like to continue this tradition of excellence as we work to raise the funding necessary to bring on a new canine member to the

ON PATROL: (left to right): Eros, K-9; Officer Brian Cionni; Officer Daryn Tallman and Yuma, K-9.

force. A new canine-capable vehicle will be necessary in order to accomplish this. Keeping two canine officers in the Police Department retains our current capabilities in finding narcotics, tracking criminal suspects and aiding in crowd control, making the community a safer place for everyone. Any amount is appreciated and 100% will stay in the fund exclusively for the canine unit’s use. Send all donations to: Boardman Police Department, Attn: Canine Unit, 8299 Market St., Boardman, OH 44512. Make checks payable to: Boardman Police Canine Unit.

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Summer Garden Food Manufacturing: Cooking Their Way to Fame One Plate at a Time When John Zidian, Sr. founded his family-owned business in 1948, he unknowingly began a food service and manufacturing dynasty. In the early 1980’s, John’s son, Tom Zidian, current President and CEO, worked to create the Gia Russa brand of pasta sauces by literally creating authentic homemade tasting pasta sauces a few steps from his parents’ home kitchen. During the 80’s, the company grew sales and distribution nationally and by the 1990’s Gia Russa pasta sauces were available in chain and specialty food stores throughout the United States and Canada. In 2001 Tom incorporated Zidian Manufacturing Corporation, and in 2009, changed the name of the company to Summer Garden Food Manufacturing. A 50,000 square-foot “Green LEED Certified“ food manufacturing facility, situated on a 6-acre campus complete with an additional 11,000 square-foot building housing an on-site research and development center, quality assurance laboratories and a Culinary Arts Center, is now part of the landscape in Boardman. In 2010, an adjacent building and property was purchased to expand warehousing and distribution. With the 58,000 square-foot addition, the campus has grown to 10 acres, accommodating the needs of this rapidlygrowing company. With expanded production capabilities and

management’s vision to create a much broader spectrum of branded, private label and food service products, the company began a new era and positioned itself in a short period of time as an emerging leader in the food industry. Known for their creative product innovations, unparalleled quality and their commitment to excellent customer service, Summer Garden Food Manufacturing continues to produce their flagship brand, Gia Russa, celebrity chef brands such as Mario Batali and Guy Fieri from Food Network, private label and store brands. Summer Garden Food will inspire your taste buds and encourage you to venture beyond the stagnant and structured food industry to a world where the product selections are many, the company is creative and the flavor profiles are endless.

Did You Know? Summer Garden Food Manufacturing is the only LEED Certified Manufacturing facility in North America that offers an unparalleled comprehensive spectrum of production capabilities all within a single facility including Thermal Fill, Retort, Cold Fill and Refrigerated.

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Boardman Park: Where the Benefits are Endless

Since 1947 Boardman Township Park,

the “Green Oasis” of the community has been serving the recreational needs of our community. The park, located in the heart of Boardman on U.S. Route 224, is a recreational haven for the area it serves and is appreciated by people of all ages. Of the 227 acres, approximately 60 acres are developed with a variety of recreational facilities. The balance, 167 acres, is preserved for natural habitat, which supports many native species of plants and animals and is an excellent representative of Ohio’s glaciated beech/maple forests and lowland hardwood forests. It is these two differing, yet balanced uses that truly make Boardman Park the treasured “Green Oasis” of our community. It is this unique and diverse footprint of facilities and programs that is responsible for making the park one of the most popular recreational facilities in the Mahoning Valley. The park offers a variety of indoor meeting rooms with seating from 42 people up to 232. This is a perfect location for family gatherings, graduation parties, baby & bridal showers, wedding receptions, and other special family events. The flexible facilities in a serene and beautiful environment offers business owners a great off-site location for meetings and events. 10

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During the Summer season (April – October), the park features five open-air pavilions that provide a great atmosphere for family reunions, church groups, and school picnics. All pavilions have tarps, lights, water, electrical outlets and charcoal grills. St. James Meeting House, Boardman Township’s most prominent historical landmark is considered and appreciated as one of Boardman’s greatest treasures. St. James was moved to the park from its original location at the corner of Route 224 and Route 7 in 1972 and renamed St. James Meeting House. It was then entered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. Today, because of its uniqueness, St. James is a popular place for several hundred weddings a year and is used for memorial services, baptisms, concerts and public meetings. Discover the beauty and amenities of the park while walking the new North Trail. The trail located on the east side of the Main Drive of the Park, starts at the Community Center and travels North to the Bicentennial Rock of Boardman, which is across from St. James Meetings House. The trail provides a safe and accessible pathway to park w w w. b o a r d m a n t w p. c o m


facilities and to a variety of recreational opportunities. Walkers and joggers will be able to walk or exercise in an environment designed to enhance their park experience. Via the Eisenhower Branch, trail users will be able to enjoy the natural areas of the park. The Eisenhower Branch connects to the Nature Trail system located within the 167 acres of natural habitat, as well as the Hike & Bike Trail. The Nature Trail system consists of eight (8) trails, with a total length of 2.7 miles; thereby, making the total for all trails in the park over 4 miles in length. According to its mission, the park offers a variety of programs for all ages. All generations can enjoy the experience of the Green Oasis, from Senior Fun Days to Music In The Park Concerts to Family Nights In The Park to Adventure Camp to Military Band Concerts & Firework Shows. Over the years the park has developed the reputation of providing the community with the finest military bands in the

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country. Usually around July 4 the park will feature a nationally recognized armed forces band with a magnificent firework display, whether it is the U.S. Army Field Band or the U.S. Air Force Band of Flight, the audience is guaranteed to enjoy the finest patriotic music in the land. In order to serve the needs of the senior citizens, the Park offers Senior Fun Days that are held twice a month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The program consists of >> Continued on next page

Proudly serving the recreational needs of the community since 1947

THE BENEFITS ARE ENDLESS!

“to provide a diversity of recreational and educational opportunities in an environment that lends itself to pleasant family experiences, and to preserve areas of natural habitat.” Boardman Park is a place where families and friends gather to enjoy one of our Community’s greatest treasures – the Green Oasis For more information about the Green Oasis:

330-726-8105 (Reservations)

330-965-0482 (Programs)

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Wouldn’t it be great if Boardman

had a place where all of our furry friends could exercise and socialize? Well, Friends of Paws Town, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is trying to raise funding for Mahoning County’s first enclosed dog park, aptly named “Paws Town.” Their goal is to raise $50,000 for the construction of the 1.5 acre (or larger) dog park located in Boardman Park, just right of their Southern Blvd. entrance. They have currently raised over $12,000 through fundraisers and public donations.

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Some of the features of Paws Town will include: n Large dog and small dog play area with a 5 foot high fence with a double gate entry system n Drinking fountains n Benches n Shade n Rules and regulations to keep everyone safe

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wash area to clean up after a fun day of exercise and socialization. n Annual membership fee established to pay for “doggie doo” bags, maintenance and upkeep and utility cost For more information, please visit www.pawstown.org and on Facebook at Paws Town at Boardman Park or by email at boardmandogpark@gmail.com

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light exercises, a craft, blood pressure screenings, bingo and lunch. Additionally, during the summer, seniors can enjoy an Hawaiian-type luau that features a picnic lunch, games, musical entertainment, and much more. Since its beginnings, Boardman Park and the Board of Commissioners have worked diligently to meet the recreational needs and preserve areas of undisturbed natural habitat of the community. Please be assured that they will continue to pursue this mission to insure that the “Green Oasis” remains ever green. Discover Boardman Park – visit www.boardmanpark.com or call for reservations at 330-726-8105. Park Administration – 330-726-8107. Programs – 330-965-0482.

Boardman Township Park Board of Commissioners (left to right): John L. Jamieson, Chairman; Joyce L. Mistovich, Treasurer; Dr. Robert C. Johnson.

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Mill Creek MetroParks Mill Creek Park was

established in 1891 by Volney Rogers, attorney, city planner and visionary, as the first park district in Ohio. In 1988, a new era began for all of Mahoning County with the creation of

Mill Creek MetroParks. The countywide system was established to serve all the residents and carry on the tradition of preservation and development of recreational facilities that improve and enhance

the quality of life in our community. Mill Creek MetroParks offers endless ways for you to spend an afternoon, a day, or a lifetime, experiencing activities such as hiking on our hemlock-laced trails, discovering pre-Civil War architecture or enjoying a round of golf on a course designed by famed golf course architect Donald

PARK VIEWS: Lanterman’s Mill (left) was built in 1845-46 by German Lanterman and Samuel Kimberly and operates today as it did in the past by grinding corn, wheat, and buckwheat; West Glacier Drive displaying her best autumn colors (above); the Suspension Bridge (below left), located on Valley Drive, was erected in 1895 and spans Mill Creek connecting the east and west sides of the park. Ross. You can reconnect with the natural environment at one of our preserves or natural areas, take in the magic that is Fellows Riverside Gardens, sign up for a class, rent a kayak, attend an event or summer concert, or just stop and listen to the sounds of birds and other creatures in their natural habitat. It’s all here – right in Mahoning County!

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Dear Boardman Community Members, It is with great pride that the Boardman Schools participate in this first edition of the Boardman Township Magazine & Community Guide publication. The Boardman School System has for many years helped define our community. The tradition of excellence that has long been the trademark of our music program is evident throughout the school district and extends out to the entire Boardman community. The mark of excellence in the district is noticeable whether it is in our nationally acclaimed music and arts programs, in our strong and diverse academic offerings, or in our outstanding men’s Frank Lazzeri and women’s athletic teams. It is clear that our school system represents one of the pillars on which this community was built. We invite new residents and visitors to our community to attend one of the many school events available throughout the school year. I think you will agree with me after seeing our young people in action that the future of Boardman is on solid ground. Sincerely,

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A “tradition of excellence” in academics, the arts and athletics is the hallmark of quality our Boardman community has come to enjoy from the Boardman Local School District. For eight years the Boardman School System has earned an Ohio Department of Education “Excellent Report Card” for its overall academic achievement. Two of our elementary schools, Robinwood Lane and West Boulevard, have earned the “Excellence with Distinction” Elementary School students with collected canned goods for the Thanksgiving Food Drive. designation for the past three years – the highest academic one of the “Top 100 Music Communities” in America and award given by the Ohio Department of Education. This year, Boardman High School was selected as a Grammy Signature West Boulevard has been nominated to be a National Blue School in 2006. The high school orchestra has won numerous Ribbon School program. Annually, students graduating from competitions all along the east coast over the past 20 years. Boardman High School matriculate to the top colleges and >> Continued on next page universities in the United States. Further evidence of the quality of our graduates is the fact that the class of 2010 earned over $3,000,000 in college scholarships. Another noteworthy characteristic of our academic excellence is the number of students recognized annually by the National Merit Scholarship Program. This school year Boardman High School has four students recognized as Merit Scholars. The Boardman Schools arts and theatre program is unmatched in the State of Ohio. We have twice been designated

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Our band has marched in various prestigious parades across the United States including the Rose Bowl Parade, Orange Bowl Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and most recently the Cherry Blossom Festival Parade in Washington, D.C. Our jazz program has also brought great pride to the community. They have played The Boardman High School Bowling Team. numerous venues from the Ohio Music Educators convention to BB King’s program is the fact that each year student-athletes win full “House of Blues” in Manhattan. Our award-winning theatre scholarships at various universities across the nation. program has also performed at the state level two times in the It is clear that the Boardman Local School District is past five years. Boardman’s athletic programs are also a source of pride in the committed to providing outstanding opportunities for our children through a wide range of programs and services. With community. Each year various teams and/or individual athletes the continued support of our community, we will maintain our compete at the regional and state level. In recent years our position as one of the best school districts in the State of Ohio. Girls’ Bowling Team won a State Championship and our Girls’ — Frank Lazzeri, Superintendent Basketball Team made it to the State Final Four Tournament Boardman Local Schools • www.boardman.k12.oh.us championship. An indicator of the quality of Boardman’s athletic

MCCTC Helps Students Launch Careers There’s no substitute

for experience. The experience that students gain at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is one-of-a-kind. MCCTC students are not just learning about a career, they practice it and live it every day. With more than 22 programs of study, students can choose from a number of careers. Whether students choose interactive labs in the Biotechnology program or decide to run a public restaurant in the Culinary Arts program or a salon in the Cosmetology program, MCCTC offers students the opportunity to explore their interests and pursue their passion all while still in high school.

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Experiences are not just limited to the school. Students are able to go out into the community and work with local companies, businesses and colleges through internships, community service projects and partnerships. Students in the Biotechnology program also take part in summer internships with Youngstown State University as researchers while students in the Criminal Justice program clock hours during the summer on ridealongs with the local police force. With an emphasis placed on real-world experience and application, students leave MCCTC with the skills, licenses and industry credentials to lead successful careers. MCCTC students may PHOTOS: courtesy of MCCTC also start earning college credits in high school that will apply to a number of degrees at local colleges and universities. After an extensive construction and remodel project, the Career Center opened a 35,000 square-foot addition in 2010. This space includes new labs for Information Technology and Interactive Multimedia, a brand new state-of-the-art kitchen and restaurant and new Adult Education medical labs that replicate a doctor’s office. The new space has enhanced the learning environment for students throughout the building and has ushered in a new era for MCCTC. To learn more, visit www.mahoningctc.com or call 330-729-4000. w w w. b o a r d m a n t w p. c o m

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Boardman Library... The Heart of the Community! We often hear, “I Love My Library!” Is it any wonder? The Boardman Branch of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County brings the community to life with services for all ages and all walks of life. “Traditionally, libraries are places filled with books. Today’s libraries are still that – and so much more. With a variety of programs and services, they have become the very center, the very heart, of our communities,” says Carlton A. Sears, Library Director. Why do people love their library? The reasons are many and varied. Today’s libraries provide meeting rooms which have become community gathering places. Don’t have a computer? Your library has them – complete with highBoardman Public Library speed Internet. Boardman 7680 Glenwood Ave. Library has WiFi for those Youngstown, OH 44512 330-744-8636 who would like to bring their Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm own laptop. Sat 9am-5:30pm The library also has Closed Fri & Sun programs for all ages, from babies and toddlers, to school-age children, to teens, to adults. Baby Brilliant, Summer Reading Club, TeenXTreme, Smart Money, Business and Investment Center, Genealogy, and Special Delivery (for those who can’t get to a library) are just some of the ways your library provides services and materials that people want and need. Want to support your library? The Friends of the Boardman Library is a group of advocates and supporters of the Boardman Branch Library. They meet the second Monday of the month at 10 a.m. from September through June in the Boardman Library Meeting Room. Please feel free to attend a monthly meeting. Enjoy an interesting program and refreshments and learn more about the Friends. Anyone interested in joining the Boardman Friends of the Library should contact the Library’s Development Office at 330-744-8636, ext. 51630. 2 0 1 1 - 2 0 1 2 B o ard m an To wn sh i p Mag azi n e & Community Guide

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The Faces of Boardman First Row (left to right): Pam Ferguson, General Manager of Southern Park Mall; Jennifer Hanigosky, Area Sales Manager at Home Savings; Jason Loree, Boardman Township Administrator. Second Row: Liz McGarry, Director of Development at Hospice of the Valley; Chelsey Santucci, Owner & Funeral Director at Rossi & Santucci Funeral Home; Officer Michael Dado, Boardman Police Department. Third Row: Howard Ashton, Owner of Preston Hyundai; Jack Mayo, Owner of Mayo & Associates, Inc. Realtors; Genie Auble, President of St. Elizabeth Hospital; Ray Thomas, Assistant Superintendent of Roads for the Boardman Roads Department. Fourth

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hile it is sad to think about people facing death, Hospice of the Valley restores dignity to the dying while being a valuable support to the family in their greatest time of need. Their mission is to help people with a terminal illness live the last months of their lives peacefully and in comfort. Emphasis is on pain management and symptom control. Serving those in need in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana Counties, they offer a Community Bereavement Resource Center with grief support to anyone, free of charge. Since 1979, Hospice of the Valley, a nonprofit organization, has served patients regardless of their financial situation. The cost of care, medical equipment and prescription drugs is underwritten through the support of community organizations, individuals and foundations. All money raised stays in the Valley.

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hometown atmosphere doesn’t have to mean oldfashioned. At John L. Mayo, D.D.S., they combine the small town Boardman feel with state-of-the-art dental technology for an unbeatable combination. The slogan Boardman Township uses, “A Nice Place to Call Home” certainly rings true for Dr. Mayo. His parents moved their family to Boardman when he was in grade school. He and his wife, Debbie, have lived here most of their lives and raised their family here. “After graduating from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry as class president, I did my internship at St. Elizabeth Medical Center. I then opened my dental office in Boardman and have watched the community grow to become the center for healthcare in this area,” states Dr. Mayo. Striving to be the best you can be has always been his philosophy and this is true of his staff as well. They are passionate about teeth and good oral health, with a desire to be students for life by continuing to learn and keep up with all of the changes and advances in dentistry.

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have a comfortable, healthy and easy to maintain mouth.” More and more people are becoming aware of just how important a healthy mouth is to their total health. Dr. Mayo and his team have the skills to help you achieve a level of dental health that is personally relevant to you. They accept new patients and invite you to join them. If you need more information, call and ask for Bobbie or Dee.

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reenbriar Healthcare Center is a short-term rehabilitation/skilled nursing facility. At Greenbriar our goal is to make a positive difference in your life that extends far beyond your time with us. We believe in treating the whole person by serving your needs on multiple levels; focusing on both your physical and emotional well-being. We understand there is no place quite like home. Therefore, if the objective of your plan of care is to return to your home, we will partner with you on your path to acquiring the skills, information and confidence required to care for your own needs. Selecting the right course of care and the place to follow that path is crucial to your recovery and to meeting your healthcare objectives. We believe in partnership, and whenever appropriate, include you and your loved ones in planning every step along the way. Together, we will focus on achieving your clinical goals while making you happy and comfortable. Brian Femia, Executive Director

Located at 8064 South Avenue in Boardman. Call 330-965-6432 or visit www.advancedspecialtyhospitals.com

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Jody of Boardman has come to Home Savings three times for her mortgage loan needs. “Our loan experience has always been positive … also, we like using a local bank,” she said. Regarding her loan officer, Jennifer Hanigosky, Jody raved, “She always returns calls the same day, both before and after the loan process.” All Home Savings loan professionals offer the highest level of professional, courteous service. “We believe every customer deserves our full attention,” said Jennifer. In fact, 97% of customers surveyed in 2010 ranked their Home Savings mortgage experience as “absolutely satisfying.” Call Jennifer or any Home Savings branch office next time you’re thinking about buying, refinancing or building a home.

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For a complete listing of stores and their locations, visit our website. Become a Facebook fan at www.facebook.com/ southernparkmall or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/southernpark

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Home Savings Mortage Loan located at 7326 Southern Blvd., Ste. A Call 330-501-1172 or email jhanigosky@homesavings.com

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outhern Park Mall is the premiere shopping destination in Northeast Ohio, conveniently located at the intersection of Route 224 and Market Street in Boardman. Southern Park features the anchor stores of JCPenney, Dillard’s, Macy’s and Sears. The mall also includes 120 specialty stores such as Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body, Buckle, Cache, Coach, Hollister, Build-A-Bear, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, New York & Company and many more! Southern Park offers a diverse choice of cuisine in its Food Courts with many ethnic selections. For those who prefer a more leisurely dinner, there’s sit down service at Sawa Japanese Steak House and Buffalo Wild Wings. And you can always catch a movie after dinner at our theater, Tinseltown! We are committed to providing you with the most enjoyable shopping experience in Northeast Ohio!!

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reston Hyundai of Boardman, part of the Preston Auto Group, recently celebrated its 10th anniversary with a move from Route 224 to Market Street this past July. Hyundai dealership owner Howard Ashton says “We love supplying Boardman with the car that provides America with the best warranty. Since moving to our new building this summer, we’ve seen our business increase by 25%. We love our new location as it allows us more room for inventory and auto parts!” “Hyundai is one of the hottest brands on the market today,” Ashton states. The company takes pride in their product’s quality and reliability, but the best part is the affordability - the customer gets the most “bang for their buck” with Hyundai cars.

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oyota of Boardman’s owner, Shane Lanigan states, “Treating our employees and customers fairly and providing our customers with exceptional service is the blueprint for success at our dealership.” Shane has worked in the automobile industry for 10 years, four of which have been with Toyota of Boardman. The Preston Auto Group, created in 1989, purchased the dealership and Shane became one of the partners, moving him into the Boardman scene. Even in a struggling economy, Toyota of Boardman has seen its business flourish with high customer retention. “One of our most successful customer-based opportunities is our 2 year and/or 25,000 mile free maintenance program,” boasts Lanigan. Shane graduated from Shenango High School in Newcastle, Pennsylvania and attended Westminster College, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He has been married for eight years and currently resides in Boardman with his wife, daughter and son. Shane Lanigan , Owner & General Manager

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Stop in today at 7554 Market Street Call 888-771-4114 or visit www.prestonhyundai.com

Shop for your next car at Toyota of Boardman, 8250 Market St. 866-491-7203 • www.toyotaofboardman.com

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ossi and Santucci Funeral Home opened in 2007 as a family-run business that shares a wealth of experience. Arnold Rossi, who passed away in 2008, brought an abundance of knowledge to the business, as this was his life and he wanted to continue his family tradition. Licensed funeral directors, Mary Rossi and Chelsey Santucci, continue this family tradition with the help of Joseph Rossi, Louis Rossi and Alice Rossi, who are all committed to keeping Arnold’s wishes alive. At Rossi and Santucci Funeral Home, the staff is sensitive to what a grieving family is going through and can make this difficult time less stressful. They are professional, while demonstrating a caring compassion for what family is all about, a rich tradition that has been passed from generation to generation. When the need arises for funeral arrangements, come see the caring family at Rossi and Santucci Funeral Home. Chelsey Santucci, Owner & Funeral Director

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ason Loree, a life-long resident of Boardman Township, graduated from Boardman High School in 2000, and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science, with a Minor in Pre-Law and a Master’s in Public Administration from Kent State University. He has been the Township Administrator since September 2008. He is the Township’s 4th Administrator and is responsible for day-to-day operations as well as negotiating collective bargaining agreement, capital project management, and personnel management.

Growing up in Boardman Township, Jason has been active in the community, working with other local governments to establishing programs such as the gas and electric aggregation, Metro Leaders Government Round Table, and ABC Water and Storm Water District. When he is not working at the Township, Jason and his wife Abbey have started a non-profit organization “Friends of Paws Town” to raise money to build Mahoning County’s first outdoor enclosed dog park that is estimated to open in the Spring of 2012.

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Akron Children’s Hospital Continues Investment in the Mahoning Valley When Akron Children’s Hospital opened serves more than 29,000 the Mahoning Valley’s only pediatric hospital at its Beeghly patients each year, a 32Campus in Boardman in 2008, it made a commitment to bring bed pediatric inpatient local families high-quality pediatric care close to home. unit with space for parents The hospital has continued to invest in the local community, to spend the night, an most recently adding a new $7 million surgical center to the outpatient hemotology Beeghly campus. The 14,000-square-foot facility, which opened and oncology clinic, in October, serves as the area’s only dedicated pediatric surgery rehabilitation services, department. Some of the surgical procedures performed here radiology and laboratory include orthopedic, dental, urologic, reconstructive and plastic services and transport, surgery, gastroenterology and ear, nose and throat. “It’s through the generosity of many that “Our pediatric surgical Akron Children’s Hospital can provide team performs more surgeries than any other help and hope to local families” hospital in Northeast Ohio, and we wanted to make it easier for families in Youngstown, including access to AirBear®, Ohio’s first and only medical Warren and the surrounding areas to access that expertise,” transport helicopter dedicated to pediatrics. said Sharon Hrina, Vice President, Akron Children’s Hospital Additionally, Akron Children’s operates Specialty Care Mahoning Valley. Nurseries at St. Elizabeth and at Beeghly; a Child Advocacy The new center complements other services on the Beeghly Center on Fifth Avenue in Youngstown; a Community Campus, including a pediatric emergency department that Outreach, Education and Support Center at Southwoods Executive Center in Boardman; a Pediatric Specialty Care and Heart Center at the Boardman Medical Pavilion, and a primary care practice at Beeghly. In keeping with a core promise “to turn no child away due to an inability to pay,” Akron Children’s has sought the support of local individuals, businesses, schools and civic organizations, raising $495,000 in contributions in its first full Sports medicine I orthopaedic Surgery year of fundraising. All funds raised in the Valley support local physical Therapy I occupational Therapy I mrI programs and services. “We’re grateful the local community has welcomed us with open arms,” said Hrina. “It’s through the generosity of many that Akron Children’s Hospital can provide help and hope to local families.” For more information about Akron Children’s Hospital route 224 at Tippecanoe I 330.758.0577 I youngstownortho.com Mahoning Valley, visit www.akronchildrens.org/mv.

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When Assisted Living is Necessary Making a decision for Assisted Living is dif-

ficult on everyone. How do we know when the time is right? Many children may see changes in their parents yet fear having that “talk” about moving from their home of 50+ years because of the pain the conversation may cause. Before having that talk, it is important to evaluate the situation. Many children, as well as the parent, wait too long to make the decision and then find it is too late for that particular level of care. How can I know if my parent is ready for Assisted Living?

Ask Yourself These Questions: q Is your parent telling you that he is eating, but you’re seeing food go bad/spoil? q Are they losing weight? q Is your parent covering up bruises from falling that he or she doesn’t want you to see? q Is your parent able to take medications correctly?

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q Have you noticed a change in their personal hygiene? q Have you seen your parent wearing the same clothes when you go to visit? q Does your parent hear strange noises in the night? q When you look around the house or yard, is it as neat and clean as it used to be? q Does your parent respond appropriately to an emergency? q When you really look at your parent, do you see the bright and vibrant person from years ago, or do you see a more limited person who needs some help one hour a day, three hours a day, or around the clock? If you answered “yes� to even a couple of these questions, your parent may be ready for an assisted living facility. Assisted Living is a unique style of living. The concept is still foreign to many unless they’ve had some exposure. Assisted Living is designed for the staff to provide some assistance with some activities of daily living to their residents such as bathing/dressing/housekeeping/laundry. Activities are scheduled for entertainment. Transportation is available for appointments and shopping. Nursing staff is available to provide oversight as well as medication assistance/ administration. Meals are designed by a culinary team of experts for fine dining. Housekeeping and laundry services are provided. The biggest caveat is the privacy of their own apartment tastefully decorated with their own furnishings. Many Assisted Living facilities will vary slightly on the level of care they provide and their pricing for services. At the Commons at Greenbriar, we offer our services for one flat rate. This includes your utilities, your television service, housekeeping, laundry, nursing assistance, bathing/dressing help, and transportation services. We make budgeting easy for you with one flat rate and no additional level of care charges. We also offer temporary Respite stays and will soon be on the Medicaid waiver for Assisted Living.

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Increase Your Home’s Value Without Breaking the Bank similar properties can produce such different results in the Youngstown area real estate market? For example, let’s consider that two similar properties in the same neighborhood go on the Youngstown area real estate market at the same time. Both properties are listed for the same price, and both boast the same layout. Yet one property flies off the market in record time, while the other one sits without a single offer. You may ask yourself: how could that be? It must be understood that the price and value of a home are two entirely different entities. The price of a home may be based on its features, amenities, location and square footage, while the value of a home is based on the home’s overall impression. It is the feeling that buyers get the moment they walk through the door of a home. The Youngstown area home that was sold very quickly probably had an excellent, perceived value. This may mean that the home may feel larger or more spacious. It may mean that the rooms seem more bright and airy; that they look fresh, updated and attractive. With that said, consider your home’s value for a moment. Does it have what it takes to wow buyers when they walk through the door? The following tips can help you increase your home’s value

in the Youngstown area real estate market — without breaking the bank! • Spaces automatically look larger when there is limited furniture and clutter. Consider clearing out all unnecessary furniture before you list your home for sale. If buyers feel like the rooms of your home are larger - even if they’re not - your home will instantly have more value than a similar home down the street. Rent a storage unit or have a garage sale to cut down on all of the excess in your home. • Allow buyers to imagine themselves in your home. You can accomplish this by de-personalizing your home; remove personal trinkets, family photographs and taste-specific decorative items. In other words, create a clean slate that will allow buyers to focus their attention on your home’s details; not your high school diploma hanging on the wall. • You can instantly increase your home’s value simply by paying attention to cosmetics. In other words, scrub your carpets, thoroughly clean all your appliances, inside and out, and clean off your kitchen countertops. You don’t always have to make purchases; often >> Continued on next page

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Five Reasons to Refinance With mortgage rates still very low, refinancing continues to be popular. Many factors determine whether or not refinancing makes sense. Here are a few of the many reasons people often choose to refinance: Interest rate reduction – A lower rate reduces your monthly mortgage payment and long-term interest costs, which can improve your monthly cash flow. Converting from an adjustable rate (ARM) to a fixed rate – The periodic adjustments typical of an ARM often result in fluctuating monthly payment amounts. Switching to a fixed rate ensures level mortgage payments. Consolidating debt – It makes sense to pay off obligations with high interest rates, such as credit cards or installment loans. Having a lower interest rate and only one monthly payment can also improve cash flow. This option may also offer tax advantages, which can be best explained by a tax advisor. >> Continued from previous page

times, you can achieve greater value by simply making what you already have sparkle. • The value of your home can instantly plummet if you fail to tend to broken or unsightly household items. In other words, buyers don’t want to see a leaky bathroom faucet, dirty and nail-hole ridden walls, and stains on the carpet. All of these things may not decrease the price of your home, but they will certainly decrease your home’s perceived value. In other words, don’t ever underestimate the power of tending to the small details. After all, the smallest details often make the biggest difference! • Take care of your home’s landscape. An unkempt landscape can turn potential buyers off, even before they walk through the door. So grab your gardening gloves and make sure the outside of your home looks as good as the inside. Mayo and Associates Realtors invites sellers/buyers to

Reducing the loan term – Refinancing to a lower rate while keeping your monthly payment about the same can shorten the length of your loan and, in turn, reduce the amount of interest you pay over time. Paying off the loan sooner also helps build equity in your home faster. Turning home equity into cash – By refinancing more than your loan balance, you may be able to cover big expenses, such as college education or home improvements. Refinancing can be a great financial move if it reduces your mortgage payment, shortens the term of your loan or helps you to build equity more quickly. When used carefully, it can also be a valuable tool in getting your debt under control. To help you decide if refinancing makes sense, allow a Mortgage Loan Specialist at Home Savings to take a careful look at your financial picture. They can evaluate your financial situation and provide you with an analysis to help you decide the best course of action.

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% 97 “absolutely satisfied” Yes, our customers said it. That’s how many Home Savings mortgage customers expressed complete satisfaction with their mortgage loans. From start to finish, our customers rave about our loan officers, loan processing and closings, as well as their overall experiences. Here’s what our customers have to say: “Our loan experience has always been positive … this is the third time we’ve dealt with Home Savings” ~ Jody, Boardman “Friendly, knowledgeable and prompt.” ~ Karen, Poland To find a loan professional near you, please visit homesavings.com/mortgagepro or call 330-742-0500. P ro v

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Aladdin’s Eatery 7325 South Ave. 330-629-6450

Carol Miller & Teddi Cicchi frequently get together for lunch at Rusty’s Southside Grill.

Antone’s Italian Grille & Bar

Bob Evans

Carrabba’s Italian Grill

English Pub

720 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-965-0333

7347 California Ave. 330-726-9934 330-726-0055

1320 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-629-2356

1305 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-758-4004

Applebee’s

Chili’s Grill & Bar

Fiesta Cinco De Mayo

8381 Market St. 330-726-0055

7303 S. Market St. 330-758-4117 See ad on page 29.

8398 Market St. 330-629-2394

Bruno’s Restaurant

House of China

1984 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-757-0840

135 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-758-2307

3 West McKinley Way 330-757-8915

Buffalo Wild Wings

Denny’s

8485 Market St. 330-758-8181

7401 Market St. #801 330-726-1313

154 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-726-8574

Blue Wolf Tavern

Caffe Capri Italian Bar & Grill

Eat n’ Park

1295 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-726-1736

8000 Market St. 330-726-9900 See ad on page 29.

8051 Market St. 330-758-2764

Bruno Brothers Pizza

6691 South Ave. 330-965-0460

Asuka Japanese Cuisine 7381 Market St. 330-629-8088

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Belleria Pizza & Italian Restaurant

State Liquor Agency

Friendly’s

Golden Corral

Grand Buffet 7690 Market St. 330-629-8887

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LE A H

10000 Market Street

1/2 mile South of Western Reserve

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320 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-629-2213

330-549-5228

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Aces Wild Wings 277 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-758-8404


IHOP

Micheal Alberini’s

833 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-758-8505

1140 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-965-2524

1410 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-758-0979

Jimmy John’s

Mr. Anthony’s Banquet Center

Rotelli Italian Grille & Bar

7322 Market St. 330-953-1782

Red Lobster

7440 South Ave. 330-758-5721

6526 South Ave. 330-758-1914

Johnny’s 7807 Market St. 330-758-8262

Nicolinni’s Ristorante

Rusty’s Southside Grill

1140 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-259-3343

Uncle Nick’s Greek Fried Chicken 136 North Canfield-Niles Rd. 330-799-6425

Yankee Kitchen Family Restaurant 6635 Market St. 330-726-1300

8586 South Ave. 330-729-9021 See ad on page 28.

Youngstown Sports Grille

930 Windham Ct. 330-259-0207

Coffee Shops

LaRiccia’s Italian Market Place

Sawa Japanese Steak House

Olive Garden

7401 Market St. 330-726-1888

7438 Southern Blvd. 330-729-0222

853 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-726-8380

Longhorn

Panda Garden Chinese

953 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-729-9730

5122 Market St. 330-788-1202

Los Gallos

Papa’s Puerto Rican Foods

685 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-965-1307

980 Matthews Rd. 330-781-0622

Los Gallos Sports Bar

Perkins

9159 Market St. 330-953-2390

804 Boardman-Poland Rd. 330-758-9416

Main Moon Chinese Restaurant

Pho Saigon

Lanai Lounge 7631 South Ave. 330-629-9605

7050 Market St. 330-726-3886

O’Charley’s

Smokey Bones BBQ & Grill

7463 South Ave. 330-758-7043

Gloria Jean’s Gourmet Coffee 7401 Market St. 330-758-8311

L LC Internet Cafe

6651 South Ave. 330-965-1554

5965 South Ave. 330-758-7595

Springfield Grille

That’s a Wrap & Pizza Cafe

7413 Tiffany South 330-726-0895

343 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-726-0011

Stonebridge Grille & Tavern 1497 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-629-8040

TGI Friday’s

6532 South Ave. 330-729-9588

7165 Tiffany Blvd. 330-629-2600

The Bread Chef 850 E. Western Reserve Rd. 330-726-9900

The Flaming Ice Cube 1449 Boardman-Canfield Rd. 330-726-4766

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CHILI’S

7303 Market Street Boardman

330-758-4117 www.chilis.com

The Mocha House 7141 Tiffany Blvd. 330-965-0890

The Sandwich Factory 6128 Market St. 330-758-0400

PHOTO: B.kaldy

TJ’s Restaurant & Lounge (inside Holiday Inn) 7410 South Ave. 330-726-4893

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Community Information Boardman Township Important Phone Numbers

Zoning Inspector 330-726-4181

EMERGENCY: DIAL 9-1-1

Area Attractions

Fire Department 136 Boardman Poland Road 330-726-4155

Arms Family Museum 648 Wick Avenue Youngstown 330-743-2589 www.mahoninghistory.org

Police Department 8299 Market Street 330-726-4144 Mahoning County Sheriff 330-740-2370 Boardman Township Government Center 8299 Market Street 330-726-4177 www.boardmantwp.com Township Administrator Jason Loree Poison Control Center 800-872-5111

Township Trustees Larry Moliterno (term expires 12/31/11) Brad Calhoun (term expires 12/31/13) Tom Costello (term expires 12/31/13) William D. Leicht-Fiscal Officer (term expires 12/31/11)

Butler Institute of American Art 524 Wick Avenue Youngstown 330-743-1107 www.butlerart.com Canfield Fairgrounds 7265 Columbiana-Canfield Rd. Canfield 330-533-4107 www.canfieldfairgrounds.com Covelli Centre 229 E. Front Street Youngstown 330-746-5600 www.covellicentre.com Children’s Center for Science & Technology 15 Federal Plaza Central Youngstown 330-744-5914 www.valleykids.org

Boardman County Court 330-726-5546

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Mahoning County Convention & Visitors Bureau 21 W. Boardman Street 330-740-2130 800-447-8201 www.youngstownlive.com

McDonough Museum of Art 525 Wick Ave., YSU Campus, Youngstown 330-941-1400 www.Mcdonoughmuseum. ysu.edu

Mahoning County Courthouse 120 Market Street Youngstown

McKinley Birthplace Memorial 40 N. Main Street Niles 330-652-1704 www.mckinley.lib.oh.us

Mahoning Dispatch 23 S. Broad Street Canfield 330-533-3458 www.canfieldhistory.org

Fellows Riverside Gardens 123 McKinley Avenue Youngstown 330-740-7116

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Lanterman’s Mill & Covered Bridge 980 Canfield Road Youngstown 330-740-7115

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MetroParks Farm/ MetroParks Bikeway 7574 Columbiana-Canfield Road Canfield 330-533-7572 Mountaineer Casino Rt.2, Chester West Virginia 800-408-0462 www.mtrgaming.com National Packard Museum 1899 Mahoning Ave. NW Warren 330-394-1899 www.packardmuseum.org National Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon 2759 N. Lipkey Road North Jackson 330-538-3351 www.ourladyoflebanonshrine.org

Newport Wetlands W. Newport Drive Youngstown Noah’s Lost Ark Exotic Animal Sanctuary 8424 Bedell Road, Berlin Center 330-584-7835 www.noahslostark.org

St. James Meeting House 375 Boardman-Poland Road Boardman 330-726-8107 www.boardmanpark.com

TP Auto Collection 7075 State Rt. 446 Canfield 330-533-3384 www.tpcarcollection.com

Shaker Woods Festival 44337 County Line Rd. (off Rt. 7), Columbiana 330-482-0214 www.shakerwoods.com

War Vet Museum 23 E. Main Street Canfield 330-533-6311 www.warvetmuseum.org

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Community Information Lake Milton State Park 330-654-4989 Mill Creek MetroParks 330-702-3000 Poland Forest 330-757-2112

Arts/Entertainment Ballet Western Reserve 218 West Boardman Street Youngstown 330-744-1934

PHOTO: BOB KNUFF PHOTOGRAPHY

DeYor Performing Arts Center: Home of the Youngstown Symphony 260 West Federal Street Youngstown 330-744-0264

Western Reserve Village 7265 Columbiana-Canfield Road Canfield 330-533-4107 Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor 151 W. Wood Street 330-743-5934 www.ohiohistory.org/places/ youngst

Youngstown State University Ward Bleecher Planetarium 1 University Plaza, Ward Bleecher Hall Youngstown 330-941-1370 www.cc.ysu.edu/physics-astro/ planet.htm

Parks & Recreation Boardman Township Park 330-726-8107

Oakland Center for the Arts 220 West Boardman Street Youngstown 330-746-0404 Stambaugh Auditorium: Home of Monday Musical & Opera Western Reserve 1000 5th Avenue Youngstown 330-259-0555 The Victorian Players 702 Mahoning Avenue Youngstown 330-746-5455 The Youngstown Playhouse 600 Playhouse Lane Youngstown 330-788-8739

Youngstown State University School of Fine & Performing Arts 330-941-1588

Public Schools Boardman High School 7777 Glenwood Avenue 330-758-7511 Boardman Center Middle School 7410 Market Street 330-726-3400 Boardman Glenwood Middle School 7635 Glenwood Avenue 330-726-3414 Market Street Elementary School 5555 Market Street 330-782-3743 Robinwood Lane Elementary School 835 Indianola Road 330-782-3164 Stadium Drive Elementary School 111 Stadium Drive 330-736-3428 West Blvd. Elementary School 6125 West Boulevard 330-726-3427

Private Schools Cardinal Mooney High School 2545 Erie Street 330-788-5007 PHOTO: courtesy of Boardman Schools

Berlin Reservoir 330-547-5445

Elementary students creatively portray history at their Wax Museum exhibit.

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St. Charles School 7325 Westview Drive 330-758-6689 St. Luke School 5225 South Avenue 330-782-4060 Ursuline High School 750 Wick Avenue 330-744-4563 Willow Creek Learning Center 1322 West Western Reserve Road 330-758-6871 Youngstown Christian School 4401 Southern Blvd. 330-788-8088

Sports Mahoning Valley Scrappers 330-505-0000 Youngstown Phantoms 330-965-7500 Youngstown State University Athletics 330-941-3191

The Breast Cancer Awareness Group from the Boardman Local School District.

Wineries L’uva Bella Winery 6597 Center Road Lowellville 330-536-6450

Myrddin Winery 3020 Scenic Avenue Berlin Center 330-654-9181

PHOTO: COURTESY OF ROBERT SENN STUDIO

Mastropietro Winery 14558 County Road 116 Berlin Center 330-547-2151

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What is the Boardman Community Fund? Making its formal debut in the fall of 2010, the Boardman Community Foundation’s mission is to enhance the community spirit addressing community needs through providing opportunities for partnerships to support donor and community initiatives creating legacies for today and tomorrow. The Board of Directors of the foundation held two community focus groups in which the common ideas shared amongst the participants were the need for community improvements such as beautiful inviting gateways and major intersections, signage to welcome visitors to the Boardman Community, enhancing the roads and boulevards with pleasant landscaping, and the acquisition and preservation of green spaces. When it came to developing projects in the community, participants wanted the projects to be recreational for residents of all ages like an outside skating rink, stadium, senior community center, more transportation, and hike and bike trails that would connect the community assets with one another. Other ideas discussed included creating a community day that would encourage all of the different nonprofit and civic organizations, churches, schools, neighborhoods, and businesses to come together building pride for Boardman. Additional ideas included educational programs for younger children and teen engagement in volunteerism and character development programs. The BCF plans to meet with Boardman civic, community and

(Left to Right) Julie Scarsella (back), Carmen Codjoe, James Baker (back), Thomas Fleming, James Rosa, Ronald Chordas (back), George Grim, Steven Davenport (back), Patricia Brozik, Joseph Sylvester (back), Deborah Liptak, Ashwin Welch (back), Robert Mastriana.

neighborhood organizations to further inform the community of the objectives of the BCF and gain further input and identify collaborative efforts for community members and organizations to work together to improve the quality of life for Boardman Township. Jim Rosa of the BCF had this to say about the forums: “The community forums showed that the people of Boardman have great ideas on how to improve our community. Our challenge is to grow the resources of the BCF, enabling the community projects and programs to become a reality.” The BCF is committed to making a positive impact in the image of the Boardman community through partnerships with organizations, businesses, schools parks, churches and civic groups. For more information on the BCF please contact them through the Community Foundation of Mahoning Valley at 330-743-5555.

Welcome to the new Boardman Civic Association The Boardman Civic Association is a group of local business, civic and community leaders interested in the general welfare and development of Boardman Township. Through its quarterly meetings, BCA members receive updates on matters in the township as well as news on the school and park systems. The BCA promotes community pride through the annual building awards dinner (new and remodeled), the Citizen of the Year Award, and the Scholarship Dinner recognizing graduating honor students. Guests are welcome with a reservation. The BCA is a non-partisan group, and holds the only annual local forum to discuss township, school and park issues, which feature local candidates for elective office. Member business, charity or event promotional opportunities are available 34

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at regular dinner meetings. We invite you as an individual, or a member of your business team, to join us in this worthwhile civic and networking organization. Annual Membership Fee is $75 which includes dinner at all quarterly meetings and honors banquet. All meetings are held in the Boardman Park Community Center, except for the Scholarship Dinner, which is held at Antone’s Banquet Centre. For additional information, please contact any Board Member or view our website at www.boardmancivic.com Annual Dinner Meetings: Community Service Awards (March) Scholarship Awards (May) Candidates Forum (September) Boardman Update Night (November) BOARDMAN CIVIC ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 3862 Boardman, Ohio 44513 2011 Officers President - Jeff Barone Vice President - Kathi McNabb-Welsh

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Golf Courses Avalon Lakes One American Way Warren 330-856-8898 www.avalonlakes.com

Knoll Run 1421 Struthers-Coitsville Rd. Lowellville 330-755-2499 www.knollrun.com

Olde Dutch Mill 2745 Grandview Rd. Lake Milton 330-654-4100 www.oldedutchmill.com

Bedford Trails 713 Bedford Rd., Coitsville 330-536-2234 www.bedfordtrails.com

Lake Front 14550 South Rd. Columbiana 330-482-3466

Pine Lakes 6233 West Liberty St. Hubbard 330-534-9026 www.golfpinelakes.com

Candywood Golf Club 765 Scoville North Rd. Vienna 330-399-4217 www.candywoodgolfclub.com

Lakeside 2404 SE River Rd. Lake Milton 330-547-2797

Diamondback 9399 Leffingwell Rd., Canfield 330-533-3053 www.diamondback golfcourseltd.com

The Links at Firestone Farms 105 St. Andrews Columbiana 330-482-7888 www.linksatfirestonefarms.com

Flying B 13233 W. Middletown Rd. Salem 330-337-8138

Meander Golf Course 9889 New Rd. North Jackson 330-538-3933

Highgrove 2977 S. Newton Falls Rd. Diamond 330-538-2305 www.highgrovegolf.com

Mill Creek - North & South Courses 1 W. Golf Dr. Boardman 330-740-7112 www.millcreekmetroparks.com/ golf.htm

Hyde-A-Way 16212 State Route 14A, Beloit 330-584-2200 Kennsington Golf Club 4171 Westford Pl. Canfield 330-533-8733 www.kennsingtongolf.com

Oak Tree Country Club 48 Stateline Rd. West Middlesex PA 724-528-9985 www.oaktree-cc.com

Reserve Run 625 W. Western Reserve Rd. Poland 330-758-1017 www.reserverungolf.com Salem Hills 12688 Salem Warren Rd. Salem 330-337-8033 www.salemhillsgolf.com Stambaugh 202 Gypsy Ln. Youngstown 330-743-5370 Tam O’Shanter 2961 South Hermitage Rd. Hermitage, PA 724-981-3552 www.tamoshanterpa.com Yankee Run 7610 Warren Sharon Rd. Brookfield 330-448-8096 www.yankeerun.com

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to I9 Ct E Newport Dr B4 to C4 BlvdJenetteA10 Dr to A9 Amberwood Trl H9 to I9 E Newport Dr B4Ct to C4 Amherst Ave F6 E Parkside Ct I3 Jochman Anderson Dr B3 Ave E Parkside Dr G3 to I3 Ct Johnston Amherst F6 E Parkside I3 Pl Andrea Ln E10 E Southwoods Ave H7 Anderson Dr B3 E Parkside Dr G3 to I3 Angiline Dr K3 to E Western L10 to L9 Ave K Andrea LnK5 E10 Reserve Rd E Southwoods H7 Annawan Ln B8 toDr B9 EagleK3 Trce H2 Karago Ave to L9 Angiline to K5 E Western Reserve Rd L10 Anthos Ct D4 Eastern Dr B9 C6 Trce Kenny H2 St B8 to Eagle Annawan Ln Applecrest Ct D8 Ct Edenridge D9 Dr Kentwood Anthos D4 Dr Eastern C6 Dr Applecrest Dr D8 Edgewood I12 Kiowa Rd Applecrest Ct D8 Oval Edenridge Dr D9 Appleridge Cir F9 Edison C12 Dr Applecrest Dr D8Ave Edgewood Oval KiwanaI12 Appleridge Dr E9 to F9Cir Eisenhower Dr G9 Ave Kyle Ridge Appleridge F9 Edison C12 Pointe Applewood Blvd E9 to F9Dr Elm St I9 Appleridge E9 to F9 Eisenhower Dr G9 Aquadale Dr I6 to J6 Blvd Envelope L E9 toTer F9 ElmK8 St I9 Applewood Aravesta Ave B6 to C6 Erie St B8 to D8 Lake Park Aquadale Dr I6 to J6 Envelope Ter K8 Rd Arden Blvd A4 to Ave B4 Erskine Lake Shore Aravesta B6 Ave to C6 ErieC7 Stto C8 B8 toDr D8 Ardendale Ln F4 Blvd Euclid B8 toAve C9 Larkridge Arden A4Blvd to B4 Erskine C7Ave to C8 D10Blvd LaverneB8 Ave Arena Dr A9 EvansF4Ave Ardendale Ln Euclid to C9 Argyle Ave D7 to D8 Ewing Rd E3 to E5 Lealand Ave Arena Dr A9 Evans Ave D10 Arlene Ave D7 Ave Leighton Argyle D7 to D8 Ewing Rd E3Ave to E5 Aspen Ln L11 F Lemans Dr Arlene Ave D7 Auburn Hills Dr I9 Fairfield Dr K10 to K9 Lemont Dr Aspen Ln L11 F Audubon Rd G12 Fawn Dr G5 Lemoyne Ave Auburn Hills Dr I9 Fairfield Dr K10 to K9 Augusta Dr C2 to C3 Ferncliff Ave F7 Lieskin Ln Audubon Rd G12 Fawn Dr G5 Aylesboro Ave F5 to F6 Firnley Ave B5 to B6 Lightner Pl C2 to C3 Ferncliff Ave F7 Augusta Dr Flagler Ln B3 Linger Pl Aylesboro Ave F5 to F6 Firnley Ave B5 to B6 B Flora Ln A1 Little Johns Pl Flagler Ln B3 Banbury Dr B1 Forest Garden Dr J5 to J6 Lo Rd B Flora Ln A1 Barbie Dr C1 to D1 Forest Hill Rd B6 Loch Heath Ln Banbury Dr B1 Forest Garden Dr J5 to J6 Lockwood Blvd Basil Ave C11 Forest Lake Dr I6 to J6 Barbie Dr C1 to D1 Forest Hill Rd B6 Baymar Dr A1 to A2 Forest Park Dr B5 to B6 Locust Ave Basil Ave C11 Forest Lake Dr I6 to J6 Becky Ct G4 Forest Park Pl B5 Loma Vista Dr Baymar Dr A1 to A2 Forest Park Dr B5 to B6 Beech Ave I9 Forestridge Dr E8 to E9 Longview Dr Becky G4 Forest Beechwood Dr B7 Ct Fox Holw H2 Park Pl LorettaB5 Dr Beech I9 Ct Forestridge Dr Lost Creek E8 toDrE9 Berklee Dr L4 Ave Fox Run H1 Beechwood Dr B7 FoxD8 Holw H2Dr Bev Rd L9 Fox Trl Lost Tree L4 Dr FoxD8 Run Ct Bishop Woods Ct Berklee J12 Dr Foxpond LucerneH1 Ln Rd L9 Dr FoxE8 Trlto E9 D8 BevB1 Black Friar Ln Foxridge Lundy Ln Bishop Woods Ct J12 Foxpond Dr D8 Bluebell Trl K11 Foxwood Ct L8 Lynn Mar Ave Black Friar Ln B1 Foxridge Dr E8 Bluebird Ln F5 Franco Ct H10 Lynn St to E9 Bluebell K11 Foxwood Ct L8Dr Boardman Blvd I7 Trl Fredricksburg Dr E1 Lynridge Bluebird F5 Ave Franco H10 Boardman Canfield Rd G1 toLn G6 Friendship B6 Ct Lyon Blvd Blvd I7 Fredricksburg Dr E1 Boardman Poland RdBoardman G10 to G9 Rd G1 to G6 Friendship Ave M B6 Boardman Canfield G Bob O Link Dr A1 Boardman Poland Rd G10 to G9 Bob-white Ct A1 Garden Gate Ct K5 Macachee Dr BobD5 O Link Dr A1 Ridge Ct G J5 Bonnell Dr Garden Madonda St Bob-white Ct A1 Valley Ct Garden K5 Bonnie Pl G4 Garden K5 Gate Ct Maple Ave Bonnell D5Valley Dr Garden J5 D8 Dr Garden K5 Ridge Ct Maple Dr Border Ave Bonnie PlD6 G4View Dr Garden K5 Dr Brainard Dr D5 to Garden K5 Valley Ct Mapleridge K5 Dr Brandon Ave C11Ave to C12 Garden K5 Valley Dr Maramont Border D8Wood Dr Garden Brandt Pl H10 Dr Garden K5 View Dr Margaret Brainard D5 Wood to D6 Pl Garden K5St Brazelton Dr H9 Ave Garver Dr to C12 K5 Wood Dr Marinthana Brandon C11 Garden K5 Ave C12 Wood Pl Market K5 St Bridgewood Dr F9 Pl Geneva Brandt H10Ave Garden Bristlewood Dr E10 to Dr F10 Gertrude D7 Dr Marlindale Brazelton H9 Ave Garver K5 Ave Brookfield Ave E3 to E6 Dr Gilbert D6 Ave Marlyn C12 Pl Bridgewood F9Dr Geneva Brookwood Rd B5 to C6Dr Gillian Ln to F10 B4 Ave Marwood Bristlewood E10 Gertrude D7Cir Buchanan Dr H10 Ave Glen E3 Park D4 Dr Mary Ann Brookfield to Rd E6 Gilbert D6 Ln C4 to Massachusetts Ave Buena Vista Ave F7 Glenbrook Brookwood Rd B5 to Rd C6 Gillian LnD4 B4 Glendale E6Park to F6Rd Mathews Buchanan Dr H10 Ave Glen D4Rd C A4 Mayfield Buena Vista Ave Glenmere F7 Dr Glenbrook Rd C4Drto D4 California Ave G7 to H7 Glenridge Rd D9 to E8 Mayflower Dr Glendale Ave E6 to F6 Canavan Dr Glenwood Ave A5 to L6 MayportA4Ave C E11 Glenmere Dr Canterbury Ln B9 Glenwoods Ct J5 Mc Arthur Dr E8 California Ave G7 to H7 Glenridge Rd D9 to Caribou Dr K6 Dr Golfview D3 to D4 Canavan E11Ave Glenwood Ave Mc Clurg A5Rd to L6 Carter Cir L5 to L6 Ln GreenB9 Bay Dr J5 to J6 Ct Mc KayJ5Ct Canterbury Glenwoods Cascade Rd A4 Dr Green K5 Ave Meadow Caribou K6Garden Dr Golfview D3Lnto D4 Catawba Dr F1 Cir Green B1 Bay Dr Meadowbrook Carter L5Glen to L6Dr Green J5 to J6Ave Cathy Way D9 Greenfield Dr K9 Meadowlark Ln Cascade Rd A4 Green Garden Dr K5 Greyledge Pl C3 Meadowood Cir Cathyann Dr K3 to K4 Catawba Dr F1 Green Glen Dr B1 Cedar Way F10 Griswold Dr D6 Melbourne Ave Cathy Way D9 Greenfield Dr K9 Centervale Ave F6 Grover Dr B8 Melrose Ave C3 Cathyann Dr K3 to K4 Greyledge Pl Charles Ave H7 Mercedes Pl Cedar Way F10 Griswold Dr D6 Cheriwood Ct B9 H Mere Ct Centervale Ave F6 Grover Dr B8 Cherry Blossom Trl L12 Halbert Dr C11 Midgewood Dr Charles Ave H7 Cherry Hill Pl L11 Hamilton Ave E12 Midwood Cir Cheriwood Ct B9 H Cherrywood Dr D1 Harrington Ave E3 to F3 Mill Creek Blvd Cherry Blossom Trl L12 Halbert Dr C11 Chester Dr A6 to B6 Harrow Ln A4 to B3 Mill Creek Dr L11 Hamilton Ave E12 Cherry Hill Pl Chestnut Hill Dr A5 Harrow Pl A4 Milltrace Rd Cherrywood Dr D1 Harrington Ave Montrose E3 Ave to F3 Chestnut Ln I9 Havenwood Dr F9 Chester Dr A6 to B6 Harrow Ln A4 to B3 Claybourne Ave F6 Heather Creek Run B1 to B2 Montrose Cir Chestnut Hill Dr Helo A5 Harrow A4 Clifton Dr B7 Pl D9 Pl Moyer Ave Chestnut Ln I9 Havenwood Dr F9 Colleen Dr E1 Hickory Hill Dr L11 Mulberry Ln Ave F6 St Heather B1 to B2 Claybourne Colwyn Ct K6 Hillman A6 Creek Run Clifton B7 Way Helo D9 Como Ave B12Dr Hillman A6Pl N Colleen E1 Rd Hickory L11 Dr Cook Ave D10 Dr to D9 Hitchcock G5 toHill L5 Dr N Cadillac K6 Rd Hillman Country Club Ave Colwyn B11 Ct to B12 Holbrooke C12 St N MainA6 St Como B12 Ave Hillman Court Way A6 Ave to B6 Hollywood A8 Way NellbertA6 Ln Cook Ave D10 to D9 Hitchcock Rd Cove Pl C3 Holm Way E9 NevadaG5 Aveto L5 Country Club Ave B11 to B12 Holbrooke Rd C12 Cover Dr F11 to F12 Homestead Dr C7 New England Blvd Court Way A6 to Hollywood Ave NewportA8Dr Cover St F12 Hopkins RdB6 A3 to C1 Cove C3 Dr Holm Cranberry Crk C9Pl Hudson A6Way NewportE9 Sq Cover F11Ctto F12 Homestead Dr NewtonC7 Cranberry Ln C9Dr Hunters H1 Ave F12Cv Hopkins A3Dr to C1 Cranberry Run Dr Cover C5St to D5 Hunters H2 Rd Nisonger Cranberry Crk C9 Gln Hudson A6 Ave Crestline Pl F7 Hunters H1 Dr Northlawn Cranberry Ln C9 Rdg Hunters Creston Dr K6 Hunters H1 toCt H2 Nova LnH1 Cranberry Run Dr Hunting C5 Valley to D5 Dr Hunters H2 H1 toCv I2 Crestview Dr E3 to E5 Crimson Trl I9 Huntington Cir I1 Crestline Pl F7 Hunters Gln H1 Crossover B6 toDr J7 Huntington Ct H1 Rdg Creston K6 Hunters H1 to H2 Crossroads Dr L9 Huntington Dr G1 toValley H1 Dr Crestview Dr E3 to E5 Hunting H1 to I2 Crystal Dr K6 Trl Crimson I9 Huntington Cir I1 Crossover B6 to J7 Huntington Ct H1 Crossroads Dr L9 Huntington Dr G1 to H1 Crystal Dr K6

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O I A11 to L10 Oak Ave I680 A11 to L10 H1 to J2 Oak Knoll Dr I76 H1 to J2 L9 Oakley Ave Indian Creek DrOakridge L9 Dr F1 Indian Run Dr Old Harbor F1 Pl H12 to I12 Indian Trl H12 Ln to I12 C10 to C9 Old Oxford Indianola Rd C10 I5 Old Shay Lnto C9 Ingram Dr I5 J11 Oles Ave Iris Ct B12 OregonJ11 Trl Irma Ave E11 Orlo LnB12 Island Dr L12 OverhillE11 Rd Ivy Hill Dr OysterL12 Bay Dr

O J8 to J9 Oak Ave A6 to B6 Oak Knoll Dr E5 to E6 Oakley Ave D8 to E9 Oakridge Dr C3 Old Harbor Pl C5 Old Oxford Ln C5 Old Shay Ln D11 Oles G5 toAve H6 Oregon Trl B8 Orlo A5 toLnB5 Overhill Rd C3 Oyster Bay Dr

Spring Garden Dr Spring Park Dr J8 to J9 Squirrel Hill Ct A6 to B6 Squirrel Hill Dr E5 Ave to E6 St Albans StadiumD8 Drto E9 Stadler C3 Ave C5 Stadler Ct StaffordC5 Ave StantonD11 Ave G5 toDr H6 Starr Centre StillsonB8 Pl to B5 Stoney A5 Creek Ct Stoney C3 Creek Dr

K6 Spring Garden Dr H3 Spring Park Dr H4 Squirrel Hill Ct H4 Squirrel Hill Dr B1 StG6 Albans to H6 Ave Stadium Dr J8 Stadler Ave J7 Stadler Ct I7 Stafford Ave C7 Stanton Ave F1 Starr D6 Centre Dr Stillson Pl K6 Stoney Creek Ct K6 Stoney Creek Dr A1 to A2 Straley Ln A6 to B6 Stratford Rd A4 Stratmore F3 to F4 Ave Stuart G1 Ave Stutz G9 Dr Sugar Creek Dr I5 to I6 G5 to H5 Dr Sugarcane A9 Sugartree Dr A9 Sunset Blvd K6 Sunset Dr C1 to C2 Sunset Knl A3 Suzylinn Ave Sylvia Ln

J to H4 G4 P Straley Ln Jaguar Dr G4 Ave to H4 PI7 H4 Palestine Stratford Rd Jaguar Pl H4 Dr Palestine Ave Stratmore I7 Ave F4 Palmetto A2 Jaronte Dr F4 Dr Palmetto Dr A2 L12 Palo-verde B11 to B12 Stuart Ave Jasper Ct L12 Palo-verde Dr Stutz DrB11 to B12 I8 to J8 C11 Park Ave Jeannelynn St Park Harbour C11 Dr Park I8 to J8 B6 C3 toAve C4 Sugar Creek Dr Jenette Dr B6Ave Park C3 to F11 Parkland D5 Harbour DrSugarcane DrC4 E11 G3 Jochman Ct Parkside F11Dr Parkland Ave Sugartree D5Dr Parkway Dr I12 Sunset Blvd Johnston Pl E11 Parkside Dr G3 Dr Paulin Dr H11 to I11 Sunset I12 Parkway Dr J7 Paxton Rd E6 to F6 Sunset H11 Knl to I11 K Paulin Dr A9 D12 Rd Suzylinn Karago Ave Peachtree J7 Ct Paxton E6Ave to F6 F9 Pearson G9 Kenny St A9Cir Peachtree Ct Sylvia Ln D12 A4 E6 Kentwood Dr Pembroke F9 Pl Pearson Cir G9 D4 Pennsylvania Dr F12 Kiowa Rd A4 Pembroke Pl T E6 Dr H1 Pheasant G1 Kiwana Dr D4 Ct Pennsylvania DrTam O Shanter F12 TB12 Pheasant G1 Tamarisk I11 to Kyle Ridge Pointe H1 Dr Pheasant Ct G1Trl Tam O I12 Shanter Dr Phil-rose Ln L11 Tanglewood E8 Pheasant Dr G1 Dr Tamarisk Trl A10 Pierce Dr B3 Tara Ct L11 E11 L to B10 Phil-rose Ln Tanglewood Dr B4 Drto B10 J11 Dr Tara Dr B3 E11Ct to F11 Lake Park Rd Pine Hill A10 Pierce Tara D10 D9 Dr Pinetree C5 Hill Dr Teakwood E9 Dr LaketoShore B4Ln Pine J11Dr Tara B3 F3 Terrace C5 Dr B7 Larkridge Ave Pinewood D10Drto D9 Pinetree Ln Teakwood Dr D11 to D12 Dr C2 F9 Pinewood Dr Terraview F3Dr Terrace Dr Laverne Ave PioneerB3 D7 C4 Thalia Ave B10 Lealand Ave Plymouth D11Drto D12 Pioneer Dr C2 Terraview Dr C6 H9 Tiffany Blvd F11 to G11 Leighton Ave Presidential D7 Ct Plymouth Dr C4 Thalia Ave D11 to E11 Presidential Dr H10 to H9 Tiffany S G10 to G11 Lemans Dr C6 Presidential Ct H9 Tiffany Blvd Timothy Ln A1 B11 to E11 Prestwick Dr A5 to A6 Lemont Dr D11 to E11 Presidential Dr H10 to H9 Tiffany S A3 Tippecanoe Rd A1 to I1 Lemoyne Ave B11 to E11 Prestwick Dr A5 to A6 Timothy Ln D11 Q Tippwood Ct C1 Lieskin Ln A3 Tippecanoe Rd C11 Quail Ct H1 Titus Ave C6 Lightner Pl D11 Q Tippwood Ct B1 Tod Ave H7 to J7 Linger Pl C11 Quail Ct H1 Titus Ave K9 R Tori Pines Ct D1 Little Johns Pl B1 Tod Ave B1 to C1 Ranier Trl G5 Tracy Dr C2 Lo Rd K9 R Tori Pines Ct A5 to E1 Raupp Ave J7 Trailwood Dr F10 to F9 Loch Heath Ln B1 to C1 Ranier Trl G5 Tracy Dr F6 Red Fox Ct H4 Traymore Ct A2 A5 to E1 Raupp Ave J7 Trailwood Dr Lockwood Blvd A2 Red Fox Dr H4 Traymore Dr A2 Locust Ave F6 Ct Red Fox H4Rd Traymore Ct D5 Red Grouse B1 to C1Ct Trenholm F5 Loma Vista Dr RedtailA2 Red H4 Traymore Dr C1 to D1 Hawk Dr G2 Fox Dr Trotter Dr C2 Longview Dr Redwood D5 Pl Red B1Drto C1 Trenholm Rd F9 L6 C1 Grouse Ct Trotwood C1 Trl to D1 Redtail Hawk DrTruesdale G2Rd Trotter I5Loretta Dr Redwood G6 B3 to Dr B4 Lost Creek Dr Renwick L6Dr Redwood Pl Trotwood A3 D12 Tudor LnC1 C8 to C9Dr Lost Tree Dr Reserve I5 Commons Dr Redwood Trl G6Dr Truesdale Rd D3 L7 Turnberry E1 Lucerne Ln A3Ct Renwick Dr D12Ct Tudor D11 Reserve L7 Twin Oaks H1 toLn L11 Lundy Ln D3Dr Reserve Commons Dr L7 Turnberry Dr C9 Reserve L7 Lynn Mar Ave Reta LnD11 Reserve Ct L7 Twin Oaks Ct B6 V E9 Lynn St C9 Ave Reserve Dr L7 Dr D12 Ridgefield D9 Valley View C1 to C2 Lynridge Dr Ridgewood E9 Dr Reta B6 VB10 D5 toLn D6 Velma Ct Lyon Blvd Ridgefield Ave Villa Rosa D9 Dr Valley Risher D12 Ave A3 D1 View Dr Ridgewood Dr Vineland D5Plto D6 Velma B2 Riverside Dr A4 F6 Ct M Risher Ave A3 Villa Rosa Dr C10 Robin Hood Dr B1 Macachee Dr B2 Riverside Dr A4 Vineland Pl I8 to I9 Robinhood Way B1 W Madonda St Robinwood C10 Ln Robin B1 Ave B7 C10 Hood Dr W Fairlawn A6 Maple Ave to I9 Robinhood WC4 E9 Roche I8 Way K5 to K6 Way W GlenB1 Dr Maple B7 Ave Robinwood WC3 Fairlawn Ave J6 to K6Dr Rockdale F5 to F6 Ln W Golf C10 Dr K6 J5 to J6 W Harvey Mapleridge Dr Rockland E9 Dr Roche Way K5 St to K6 WC12 Glen Dr F7 E7 Blvd to A6 Maramont Dr Romaine J6 Ave to K6 Rockdale Ave W Midlothian F5 to F6 WA3 Golf Dr A6 to L7 St Ron Park E4 to F4 Dr W Newport Margaret K6 Pl Rockland J5 toDrJ6 WB4 Harvey St E6 Ronjoy Pl E4 to F4 W Omar Ave C12 Marinthana Ave F7 Romaine Ave E7 W Midlothian Blvd D5 RonleeA6 Lnto L7 E4 Park Pl W Parkside to H3 Dr Ron E4 toDrF4 WG3 Newport Market St L7 Ct I11 W Western RdWL1Omar to L7Ave Marlindale Ave Rose Hedge E6 Ronjoy Pl E4 toReserve F4 A2 Rose Hedge Dr I11 W Wilson Marlyn Pl D5 Ronlee Ln E4 St WB12 Parkside Dr F11 D1 Hedge Ct Waggaman Marwood Cir Rosewood L7 Dr Rose I11 Cir WL5Western Reserve Rd D10 D9 Ln Royal Palm C4 Hedge Dr WaldenI11 Ln MarytoAnn A2 Dr Rose WD8 Wilson St K9 L6 Mill Rd J10 to J12 Cir Ave F11 Dr Rosewood Dr Walker D1 Waggaman MassachusettsRunnemede J6 B8 Palm Dr Walnut C4 St I8 to I9 Ln Mathews Rd Rush Blvd D10 to D9 Royal Walden A10 Rush Cir B8 Waseka Ln B8 to B9 Mayfield Dr K9 Runnemede Dr L6 Walker Mill Rd J7 to J8 H7 Washington Mayflower Dr J6 Rush Blvd B8 Blvd Walnut St K7 to K9 Ave S Wendy B8 Ln F11 Mayport A10 Rush Cir Waseka Ln G9 E5 to E6 West Blvd B5 to G4 Blvd Mc Arthur Dr S Cadillac H7 Dr Washington E10 to E11Rd S Commons Pl West St F11 Ln Mc Clurg K7 to K9 SG10 Wendy B10 to D9Ct S Schenley K9 Blvd Mc Kay G9 Ave SA2 Cadillac Dr Westfield E5Dr to E6 West A1 S Shore Dr I6 Westport Cir C3 Meadow Ln E10 to E11 S Commons Pl G10 West St K11 Sable Ct H4 Westport Dr C3 Meadowbrook Ave B10 to D9 S Schenley Ave A2 Westfield Dr E4 to F6 Sabrina Dr H3 to H4 Westview Dr G6 Meadowlark Ln A1 S Shore Dr I6 Westport Cir C7 to L9 Saddlebrook Dr G9 to H9 Whippoorwill Ln A1 Meadowood Cir K11 Sable Ct H4 Westport Dr G1 Sahara Trl L10 White House Ln C5 Melbourne Ave E4 to F6 Sabrina Dr H3 to H4 Westview Dr C1 Salinas Trl G6 to H5 Whitman Chase H9 Melrose Ave C7 to L9 Saddlebrook Dr G9 to H9 Whippoorwill Ln Wilda Ave D7 I6 Santa Fe Trl G5 to G6 Mercedes Pl G1 Sahara Trl L10 White House Ln D8 Sciota Ave E7 Wildwood Dr E3 to E6 Mere Ct C1 Salinas Trl G6 to H5 Whitman Chase C4 to F3 Scotland Ave I7 Willow Dr C7 Midgewood Dr I6 Santa Fe Trl G5 to G6 Wilda Ave B5 to B6 Sequoya Dr B12 to C11 Windel Way D1 Midwood Cir D8 Sciota Ave E7 Wildwood Dr A3 to B4 Shadeland Dr D2 Windham Ct F10 Mill Creek BlvdShadow C4Creek to F3Dr Scotland Ave WindsorI7Rd Willow Dr C3 A6 B8 to D8 Mill Creek Dr B5 to B6 Sequoya Dr B12 to C11 Windel B8 Shadyside Dr B7 Wingate Rd C11 toWay C12 Milltrace Rd A3 to B4 Shadeland Dr D2 Windham Ct D10 to D9 Sharon Dr C1 to D1 Winged Foot Dr C3 Montrose Ave B8 to D8 Shadow Creek Dr C3 Windsor Rd C9 Sheban Dr B4 Winterberry Dr H9 Montrose Cir Shelbourne B8 Dr Shadyside Dr WithersB7 Wingate Rd A1 Dr D6 Moyer Ave Sharon Dr Winged Foot Dr ShelbyD10 Rd to D9 A4 WolcottC1 Dr to D1 D6 Mulberry C9Ave Sheban Dr B4Cir Winterberry Dr F7 Wolosyn D12 D5 to E6 Ln Sheldon Shelbourne A1 Withers Dr D12 to E12 Sheridan Rd B12 to D12 Dr Wood Ave I10 N Shelby Rd A4 Ct Wolcott C9 Shields Rd C1 to C6 Woodfield K10 Dr Cir N Cadillac Dr D5 to E6 Sheldon Ave F7 Wolosyn I7 Shorehaven Dr J6 Woodlawn Ave D11 N Main St to Trl E12 Sheridan Rd B12 to D12 Wood B8 Sierra D12 Madre G6 Woodrow Ave E7 Ave Nellbert C9 Shields Rd C1 Ave to C6 Woodfield Ct Woodview F7 B5 to B6 Ln Sigle Ln I11 to J11 Nevada Ave Silver Fox I7 Dr Shorehaven Dr Woodward J6 Ave Woodlawn Ave A6 H4 to I3 E12 New England Blvd B8 Sierra Madre TrlWoodworth G6 Rd Woodrow Ave F7 Silver Meadow Ln I9 L7 Sigle LnB9 I11 to J11 Woodview Ave I6Newport Dr Simon B5 Rd to B6 A10 to Newport Silver H4 to I3 Woodward Ave D5 to E5 Sq South A6 Ave A9 toFox L11 Dr Y Newton Ave South F7 Silver Woodworth Rd C11 Avenue Ext L10 Meadow Ln Yakata I9 Doro Dr B1 Nisonger Dr Southern I6 Blvd Simon Rd A10 B7 to K8 Yarmouth Lnto B9 B9 DrE5 K9 Ave Yellow Creek Dr Northlawn Ave Southfield D5 to South A9 to L11 YI12 Southwestern Run L10 Avenue Ext York Ave G7 Nova Ln C11 South L10 Yakata Doro Dr Southwoods Ave H5 Rd Yarmouth B12 to D12 Southern Blvd Youngstown B7 toPoland K8 Ln Southwoods Pl H7 Southfield Dr K9 Yellow Creek Dr Spartan Dr I5 Z Southwestern Run L10 York Ave Spring Garden Ct K6 A2 to A3 Poland Rd Southwoods AveZander Dr H5 Youngstown Southwoods Pl H7 Spartan Dr I5 Z Spring Garden Ct K6 Zander Dr

K6 H3 H4 H4 B1 G6 to H6 J8 J7 I7 C7 F1 D6 K6 K6 A1 to A2 A6 to B6 A4 F3 to F4 G1 G9 I5 to I6 G5 to H5 A9 A9 K6 C1 to C2 A3

B12 I11 to I12 E8 E11 E11 to F11 E9 B7 F9 B10 F11 to G11 G10 to G11 A1 A1 to I1 C1 C6 H7 to J7 D1 C2 F10 to F9 A2 A2 F5 C2 F9 B3 to B4 C8 to C9 E1 H1 to L11

C1 to C2 B10 D1 F6

A6 C4 C3 C12 A3 to A6 B4 C12 G3 to H3 L1 to L7 B12 L5 D8 J10 to J12 I8 to I9 B8 to B9 J7 to J8 F11 B5 to G4 F11 K9 C3 C3 G6 A1 C5 H9 D7 E3 to E6 C7 D1 F10 A6 C11 to C12 C3 H9 D6 D6 D12 I10 K10 D11 E7 F7 E12 L7

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MAGAZINE & Community Guide

Bethel Lutheran Church 425 Crestview Dr. 330-758-5745 www.bethelboardman.org

Disciples Christian Church 565 Boardman Canfield Rd. 330-758-8189 www.dcc4bdmn.net

Boardman Baptist Church 1207 Shields Rd. 330-792-6781

Evangel Baptist Church 5248 Southern Blvd. 330-782-1151 www.boardmanevangel.org

Boardman United Methodist Church 6809 Market St. 330-758-4527 www.boardmanmethodist.org Bridge of Hope Church 7580 Glenwood Ave. 330-726-8141 www.bridgeofhopechurch.net Calvary Baptist Church 1463 Shields Rd. 330-792-7873 www.calvarybaptistboardman. com Christ’s Church 7155 Glenwood Ave. 330-726-6800 Cornerstone Presbyterian Church 471 Matthews Rd. 330-758-5628 www.cornerstonepch.org

PHOTO: BOB KNUFF PHOTOGRAPHY

Places of Worship

Evergreen Seventh-Day Adventist 7668 Glenwood Ave. 330-726-1645 www.evergreenadventists.org First Covenant Church 5210 Glenwood Ave. 330-758-9753 www.first-cov.org Glenwood Christian Fellowship 7872 Glenwood Ave. 330-726-2643 Good Hope Lutheran Church 98 Homestead Dr. 330-782-8109 www.goodhopeboardman.org Infant Jesus of Prague Byzantine Orthodox 7754 South Ave. 330-758-6019 www.archeparchy.org

St. Charles Borromeo Church

New Hope Journey 493 Bev Rd., Bldg. 1 330-758-5525 www.newhopejourney.com

St. James Episcopal Church 7640 Glenwood Ave. 330-758-2727 www.stjamesboardman.com

Ohev Tzedek Shaarei Torah Congregation 5245 Glenwood Ave. 330-758-2321

St. John the Forerunner Greek Orthodox Church 4955 Glenwood Ave. 330-788-5257 www.stjohnboardman.org

St. Charles Borromeo Church 7345 Westview Dr. 330-758-2325 www.stcharlesparish boardman.com See our ad on page 7.

St. Luke’s Roman Catholic Church 5235 South Ave. 330-782-9783 www.saintluke-parish.org St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 280 Mill Creek Dr. 330-788-8995 St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church 7782 Glenwood Ave. 330-726-8573 www.stmarysbyzantine.com Trinity Fellowship Church 4749 South Ave. 330-782-9051 www.tfcyoungstown.com Western Reserve Community Church 8590 Hitchcock Rd. 330-758-6655 Westminster Presbyterian Church 119 Stadium Dr. 330-758-4513

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Accounting

Construction

Hill Barth & King LLC................ p 35 www.hbkcpa.com

The Joseph Sylvester Construction Co., Inc.................. p 8 www.josephsylvesterconst.com

Ambulance Service Rural/Metro Ambulance............ Inside Back Cover www.ruralmetroyoungstown.com

Culinary Arts The Culinary Arts Center........... p 9 www.culinaryac.com

Architects/Engineering

Dentist

MS Consultants, Inc................... p 5 www.msconsultants.com

John L. Mayo D.D.S.................. p 19

Automobile Dealership Preston Hyundai of Boardman......... Back Cover, p 21 www.prestonhyundai.com

Event Center Shepherd Event Center............ p 14 www.shepherdeventcenter.com

Funeral Home

Toyota of Boardman.............. Back Cover, p 21 www.toyotaofboardman.com

Rossi & Santucci Funeral Home..................... p 21, 39

Bank

Mill Creek Metroparks............. p 13 www.MillCreekmetroparks.org

Home Savings..................... p 20, 27 www.homesavings.com

Golf Course

Grocery Store

Banquet & Entertainment Facility

Rulli Brothers Markets............. p 35 www.rullibrothers.com

Stambaugh Auditorium........... p 32 www.stambaughonline.com

Health & Beauty

Churches Boardman United Methodist Church....................................... p 38 www.boardmanmethodist.org St. Charles Borromeo Church.... p 7 www.stcharlesparishboardman.com

Civic Organization

PHOTO: BOB KNUFF PHOTOGRAPHY

Advertiser Index

Hotel

Library

Holiday Inn Boardman............. p 35 www.hiboardman.com

Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County................ p 17 www.libraryvisit.org

Insurance James & Sons Insurance........... p 31 www.jamesandsonsins.com

Internet/Phone/Cable Armstrong Cable........................ p 6 www.armstrongonewire.com

Orthopaedic Youngstown Orthopaedics Associates................................. p 22 www.youngstownortho.com

Parks & Recreation Boardman Park......................... p 11 www.boardmanpark.com >> Continued on next page

Mary Kay Cosmetics www.marykay.com/ksylvester...... p 30

Hospital/Medical Facility Humility of Mary Health Partners-St. Elizabeth Hospital.......Inside Front Cover, p 19 Akron Children’s Hospital........ p 23 www.akronchildrens.org/mv

PHOTO: courtesy of Boardman Township Park

Boardman Civic Association.... p 34 www.boardmancivic.com

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Advertiser Index >> Continued from previous page

Mill Creek Metroparks............. p 13 www.MillCreekmetroparks.org

PHOTO: COURTESY OF BOARDMAN TOWNSHIP

Pet Services Pet Lodge USA of Boardman... p 12 www.petlodgeusaofboardman.com

Photographer Bob Knuff Photography.......... p 33 www.bobknuff.com

Real Estate Mayo & Associates, Inc., Realtors................................. p 1, 20 www.mayorealtor.com

Rehabilitation Services The Assumption Village www.HMpartners.org................. p 24

Restaurants

Customer Service is key at Records and Information. They are always ready to help residents. Chili’s......................................... p 29 www.chilis.com Rusty’s Southside Grill............. p 28 www.rustyssouthsidegrill.com

Schools Boardman Local School District.......................... p 14 www.boardman.k12.oh.us MCCTC-Mahoning County Career & Tech Center............... p 15 www.MahoningCTC.com

Caffe Capri................................ p 29 www.caffe-capri.com

St. Charles Borromeo School..... p 7 www.stcharlesschoolboardman.com

Senior Living Greenbriar Healthcare Center.............. p 20, 25 www.communicarehealth.com

Senior Services

Did You Know??? Boardman Township is one of fourteen townships in Mahoning County, Ohio. Mahoning County is named for an Indian word meaning “salt lick.”

Jackie Mayo, who resides in Boardman and owns Mayo & Associates, Inc. Realtors, played baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies between 1948 and 1953 and was one of Philadelphia’s ‘Whiz Kids.’

Boardman Township has a total area of 23.78 square miles, 23.68 square miles of it is land and 0.10 square miles of it is water.

Steve Vallos currently plays offensive line for the Seattle Seahawks , after his college career at Wake Forest, and is from Boardman.

One person who made a huge mark in the area was Edward DeBartolo, Sr., who is best remembered as the father of the American Shopping Mall. The DeBartolo Corporation moved from Youngstown to make its headquarters in Boardman in the 1950’s and one of the first Strip Malls in the country was Boardman Plaza.

The fast food chain, Arby’s, opened its first location in Boardman in 1964. The original Arby’s store – with the distinctive round roof architecture – remains open as a bird seed store with a new Arby’s right across the street on Route 224 near the Southern Park Mall.

Bernie Kosar, the former Cleveland Browns Quarterback, grew up in Boardman. Kosar’s eight year career with the Browns made him one of the most popular football players in Ohio history. Musician Maureen McGovern, best known for the 1970s hit “The Morning After” is originally from Boardman.

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William F. Maag, Jr. donated 72 acres of land to Boardman Township to establish a a public park in 1946. A memorial to the veterans of Boardman was dedicated at the Maag Outdoor Arts Theatre on Memorial Day in 2003. Founded in 1891 by Youngstown attorney, Volney Rogers, Mill Creek Park is the second largest metropolitan park in the United States.

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Ivy Woods Manor..................... p 25 www.ivywoodsmanor.com

Shopping Mall Simon Property GroupSouthern Park Mall.................. p 20 www.southernparkmall.com

Storage Facility Shepherd Self Storage............. p 14 www.shepherdselfstorage.com

Utility Company-Water Aqua Ohio Inc........................... p 30 www.aquaamerica.com

Wine & State Liquor Store Chalet Premier.......................... p 28 www.chaletpremier.com

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