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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Local library hosts Kwanzaa celebration

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Square art

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Holiday lesson

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Librarian Hannah Matulek helped Diamonique Washington light the second candle on the Kinara on Dec. 27 representing the second day of Kwanzaa.

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Members inducted at weekly meeting

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The Austintown Kiwanis Club inducted three new members on Nov. 28 at their regular weekly meeting. The new inductees included Jordan Baley, Janet Polish and Chris Berni.

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Local church shows popular movie Redeemer Lutheran Church, located at 2305 South Canfield-Niles Road in Austintown, will be showing the movie, “WALL-E,” at its next movie night in Redeemer’s Fellowship Hall on Jan. 20 at 5 p.m. Tickets are available (for free) after church on Jan. 13 and 20 and at the door. Tickets entitle the holder to free popcorn and a drink during the movie. This event is open to the public, and those in attendance are invited to bring your friends, neighbors and family to see the movie.

Library receives ‘Mental Health First Aid’ grant The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (PLYMC) has received a grant for $4,999 for Mental Health First Aid training. The grant is from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and awarded by the State Library of Ohio, under the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA). With this grant, library employees and participants from the public will be trained to assist people showing signs of behaviors associated with mental health issues or addiction and connect them to professional services to address their needs. The grant provides for training in two areas, youth and adult, and aims to educate 100 people interested in this

type of specialized instruction. There will be two Adult Mental Health First Aid training sessions and two Youth Mental Health First Aid training sessions at PLYMC libraries. Those sessions will be scheduled in the coming months. The library is partnering with the Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board and Alta Care Group, which will provide instructors.

Gamblers Anonymous meetings If you or someone you love has a gambling addiction, Gamblers Anonymous, the only known remedy for arresting such an illness, may be able to help. A meeting of Gamblers Anonymous will take place on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, located at 119 Stadium Drive in Boardman. Another G.A. meeting will take place Sundays at 7:30 p.m. at the Christ Presbyterian Church, located at at 3425 Hopkins Road in Youngstown (Cornersburg). There is no charge for the meetings, although collections are taken up at each meeting to provide for coffee, sugar and creamer, treats and free literature. The average contribution given by members at most meetings is $2. Meetings last about 1.5 hours and are both closed meetings, or, you must have suffered from a gambling addiction to attend. The Youngstown-area G.A. groups are friendly and welcoming and established members love to see new members join the fold. They are more than happy to help suffering gamblers and are knowledgeable about how to stay clean from this disease.

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This playful kitty is Leonard. He is a male, orange, tabby and white Domestic Shorthair who is estimated to be 3-years-old. He has been at Angels for Animals since Aug. 22, 2018. Are you looking for a new companion and would like more information on Leonard? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours.

This handsome fellow is Desmond, and he is waiting for you! He is a male, black and brown Pug mix. He is estimated to be 4-years-old and has been at Angels for Animals since Dec. 1, 2018. Could Desmond be the perfect new addition to your family? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours for more information.

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POLL RESULTS Every week, we’ll provide a question about our Neighbors communities and ask you to weigh in with an answer. And we hope you’ll share an opinion as well. Here are the results to last week’s poll.

AUSTINTOWN

CANFIELD

Which early 2019 movie are you most interested to see?

What is your favorite New Year’s tradition?

The LEGO Movie 2. 40%

Captain Marvel. 40%

Watching the ball drop. 60%

Making resolutions. 0%

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. 0%

Dumbo. 20%

Eating certain foods for luck. 20%

Other. 20%

BOARDMAN

POLAND

Which comfort food is your go-to?

How many books would you like to read in 2019?

Macaroni and cheese. 0%

Pizza. 66%

Fifty or more. 20%

In the ballpark of 10-24. 20%

Chili. 0%

Ice cream. 33%

Somewhere between 25-49. 0%

I would be happy reading just a few good ones. 60%

Chicken soup. 0%

NEW POLL QUESTION AUSTINTOWN

CANFIELD

How often do you purchase new release books?

How many movies do you watch on average?

A couple times per month.

Maybe a couple times in a year.

At least one every night.

One per week or so at most.

Every few months.

I prefer not to purchase new releases.

Maybe one every few days.

I prefer not to watch movies.

Visit austintownneighbors.com to vote.

Visit canfieldneighbors.com to vote.

BOARDMAN

POLAND

Are you a fan of Netflix’s original movie and show creations?

Do you enjoy watching awards shows?

Yes - I enjoyed the ones they released so far.

No - A few of them were good, but not many.

Yes - I watch as many of them as I can.

No - I prefer to look up the results at a later date.

Yes - I have liked more of them than not.

No - I’m not a fan of them.

Yes - There are a few of them I am interested in.

No - They don’t interest me.

Visit boardmanneighbors.com to vote.

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Local theater presents “The Sea Horse”

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The Hopewell Theatre, located at 702 Mahoning Ave. in Youngstown, will present “The Sea Horse” by Edward J. Moore at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 12 and a Sunday matinee on Jan. 13 at 2 p.m. Be aware this play contains mature language, content and themes. “The Sea Horse” is directed by Rosalyn Blystone. Tickets are $13 for general admission and $10 for students and senior citizens. For reservations, call 330-746-5455 or reserve online at www.hopewelltheatre.org. Group rates are available.

Cardinal Mooney hosts 27th annual “Athletic Hall of Fame” dinner On Feb. 17, Cardinal Mooney High School will host its 27th annual “Athletic Hall of Fame” dinner at the Lake Club, located at 1140 Paulin Road in Poland. Doors open at 6 p.m. for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. A dinner buffet will begin at 6:45 p.m. with the induction ceremony set for 8 p.m. Tickets are $75 each, with a table of eight for $600. All proceeds go directly to the Ron Stoops Scholarship Fund, which has been established by the Stoops family to provide tuition scholarships for students who attend Cardinal Mooney. This class of inductees includes Anthony “Toner” Barone, Joe Cerni, John D’Apolito, Aieshya Dixon, Katie Duracky, Walter Fyda, Greg Iaderosa, Curtis Ingram, Danielle Kepics, Ken Kraft, Bryan Lyons, Chuck Saulino, Bill Scott, Alex Simon and Val Zajac. To reserve your tickets, visit www.cardinalmooney.com/Events by Feb. 9 or call the Cardinal Mooney Development Office at 330788-5113. If you are unable to attend the dinner but would like to contribute to the scholarship fund, you can do so by mailing your donation to the Ron Stoops Scholarship Fund, c/o Cardinal Mooney High School, 2545 Erie St., Youngstown, Ohio 44507.

Neighbors | Jessica Harker

Michael Kusalaba librarian Hannah Matulek read “Kwanzaa Celebration Pop Up Book” to community members gathered at the library’s first Kwanzaa celebration event on Dec. 27.

Neighbors | Jessica Harker

A’Miracle Hudson and Sevoy Walker attended the Michael Kusalaba library’s Kwanzaa Celebration event.

Michael Kusalaba library celebrates Kwanzaa By JESSICA HARKER jharker@vindy.com

The Michael Kusalaba library hosted its first Kwanzaa celebration event on Dec. 27. Librarian Hannah Matulek organized the event, stating that the event usually only happens at the East branch. “Today we are celebrating Kwanzaa, and we are going to learn about the seven principals

of Kwanzaa,” Matulek said. Kwanzaa is a holiday celebrating African heritage and African American culture. “We have fruit to celebrate the harvest, which is what Kwanzaa means, celebrating the harvest,” Matulek said. The event began with Matulek reading “Kwanzaa Celebration Pop-Up Book” to those present. She then broke down the meanings in the book, going over

the seven principals of Kwanzaa and the symbols. The principals of Kwanzaa include Umoja, or unity; Kujichagulia, self-determination; Ujima, collective work and responsibility; Ujamaa, cooperative economics; Nia, purpose; Kuumba, creativity; and Imani, or faith. To celebrate these principals, Kwanzaa is seven days from Dec. 26 until Jan. 1, ending on the final

day with a feast and gift giving. The symbols include the mat, Mkeka, candle holder, Kinara, the seven candles, or Mishumaa Saba, crops, Muhindi, unity cup, Kikombe cha Umoja, and gifts, or Zawadi. Matulek provided fruit to celebrate the harvest, as well as coloring pages and crafts for everyone to enjoy. For more information on upcoming library events, visit www.libraryvisit.org.

Holiday closings All Mahoning County libraries will be closed on Jan. 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Neighbors | Jessica Harker

Community members snacked on fruit during the Michael Kusalaba library’s first Kwanzaa celebration on Dec. 27.

Neighbors | Jessica Harker

Librarian Hannah Matulek helped Diamonique Washington light the second candle on the Kinara on Dec. 27, representing the second day of Kwanzaa.


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FIVE Squared art show accepting entries

will also speak on the state of our library system.

Tales and talk for 2s and 3s

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The Davis Family YMCA is seeking donations for its FIVE Squared benefit art show and sale. All art must be 5 inches by 5 inches, and created on or attached to a stiff surface (mat board, foam core, etc). All mediums will be accepted, no frames necessary, and lightweight enough to hang via sticky tack. The deadline for entry is Jan. 25. The artist’s name and title of piece should be written on the back and the requisite paperwork included. Drop submissions off at the service desk, or mail to Davis Family YMCA, 45 McClurg Road in Boardman; attention to Suzanne Gray. Artists may donate up to eight pieces; children may enter four. An opening reception will take place on Feb 3 from 1:30-3 p.m. The sale will open at 2:30 p.m., with each piece selling for $25. All proceeds benefit the Y’s ARTreach program. For more information and the entry form, contact Suzanne Gray at sgray@youngstownymca. org, or visit facebook.com/FIVEsquaredYMCA, ymcaart.blogspot.com or the YoungstownYMCA. org arts and humanities page.

Join the Austintown library every Wednesday in January at 10 a.m. for developmentally appropriate books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will help your child (ages 2-3) become a successful reader. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Coupon swap at the library If you have coupons you don’t need or need coupons you don’t have, drop in during Austintown library hours throughout January to stretch your shopping dollars by swapping coupons.

Bonding with babies and books

Cut the cord on cable

This event, which will take place on Jan. 15, 22 and 29 at 10 a.m. at the Austintown library, is for caregivers and their little ones who are 6-23 months. There will be 20 minutes of language enrichment including rhymes, songs and stories, followed by time to play and socialize.

If you have ever thought about cutting the cord on your cable or satellite plan, learn about cord-cutting and the basics of streaming, including various devices and services available at this program at the Austintown library on Jan. 16 at 6:30 p.m. This event is for adults.

Junior Women’s League Christmas Social

Evening story time

Friends of Austintown Library meeting and presentation Aimee Fifarek, Executive Director of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, will speak on reaching your dreams and goals through the public library at this event on Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. at the Austintown library. She

This once-a-month evening story time features stories, movement and early literacy education. The next event will take place on Jan. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Austintown library. The evening story time is open to anyone, but geared toward preschool children and their families.

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The annual Christmas Social of the GFWC Ohio Boardman Poland Junior Women’s League took place on Dec. 3 at The Magic Tree Restaurant in Boardman. Members of the league brought diapers to be donated to Making Kids Count. Dr. Seuss books were also bought by members and donated to member Maddie Crish’s second-grade class at Market Street Elementary School for Christmas, where she concluded her student teaching. The Boardman Poland Junior Women’s League is open to all women older than 18 and residing in Mahoning, Trumbull or Columbiana counties who are interested in friendship, fun and community involvement. Their mission is to provide a creative outlet for women interested in providing community service in areas of arts, conservation, education, home life, international affairs and public affairs. Women interested in joining or receiving more information can contact the membership chairwoman at 330-770-3880.

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Preschoolers experience “Journey to Bethlehem” The children at Austintown Community Church Preschool Childcare Center went on a “Journey to Bethlehem” on Dec. 12 and 13. This annual, interactive play is put on by parent and church member volunteers. The roles played by the volunteers, include an angel, an inn keeper, shepherds, three w isemen, Mary, Joseph and, of course, baby Jesus. The staff at A.C.C. transformed the upstairs hallway into several scenes in order to replicate the long journey that Mary and Joseph took to Bethlehem. This event offered annually for the children attending A.C.C. Preschool to help enhance their spiritual growth and understanding of Jesus’ birth. It is also meant to bring hope, peace, joy and love to all. A.C.C. Preschool Childcare Center enrolls children ages

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The Noah’s Ark Class (3-year-old) at Austintown Community Church Preschool Childcare Center are pictured visiting the Nativity scene during the “Journey to Bethlehem” event on Dec. 13.

3-10 years of age. For more information about the center and its programs, visit their Facebook page by searching

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Boys varsity basketball falls to Alliance The Austintown boys varsity basketball team fell to Alliance on Dec. 28 with a score of 54-52. The Falcons’ leading scorers were Todd Simons with 12 points and Kris Brown with 11 points. Devin Chaney chipped in with nine points and Reuben Talley added eight points.

Boys basketball falls to Girard The Austintown Fitch boys varsity basketball team fell to Girard on Jan. 5 with a score of 64-57. The Falcons leading scorers were Todd Simons and Kris Brown with 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Boys basketball has loss to Boardman The boys varsity basketball team at Austintown Fitch High School fell to Boardman with a score of 70-53 on Jan. 4. The Falcons’ leading scorers were Tyler Jaros and Todd Si-

mons with 13 points each, and Kris Brown added 10 points.

Neighbors wants winter sports news Winter athletics will soon arrive and Neighbors wants to be there every step of the way. If you’re a sports coach or the parent of an athlete, we need your help. In order to get teams and players the recognition they deserve, we want to showcase them in our pages. We can only do that if you commit to sending us game reports and photos each week. If you send it, it will get in.You can email us at neighbors@vindy.com. You don’t have to be a writer — just send us the information and we’ll put it all together. When emailing pictures, send them as JPEG files and as large as possible. Provide caption information and where people are located from left to right, front row to back. The sports news we’re looking for ranges from varsity high school teams down to middle school and even elementary and recreational leagues. We look forward to hearing about your teams successes.

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UNITED METHODIST Western Reserve United Methodist Church 4580 Canfield Rd. (Rt. 62). (330) 792-5805 • 330-797-8666 Sunday morning 8:30 a.m. Worship Sunday - 9:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Adult & Children’s Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Nursery Available, Accessible. Children’s Academy of Ohio Daycare and Preschool Monday-Friday. Rev. Russ Adams

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On Dec. 10 at Rachel’s Restaurant in Austintown, the Austintown Lions and Lioness clubs had their annual Christmas party with King Lion John Susany presiding. Special guests included the spouses and widows of deceased members. The clubs enjoyed dinner, played reindeer games provided by the Lioness Club, exchanged gifts and more. Anyone, both men and women, ages 18 and above who have an interest in becoming an Austintown Lion should contact Lion Bob Whited at 330-792-7907 or olebert1@aol.com. Pictured are, from left, Joyce Whited, Nancy Gates, Lou Skerkavich, Jim Banyots, Lori Stone; (middle) Joyce Aey, Barb Facemyer, Jane Grace, Mert Lewis, John Susany, Linda Susany, Brenda Puntel, Joe Puntel; (back) Harold Wilson, Bob Whited, Nancy Jensen, Kay Wilson, Joe Armedio, Theresa McCallen and Larry Jensen.

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The Austintown Kiwanis Club inducted three new members on Nov. 28 at their regular weekly meeting. The new inductees included Jordan Baley, Janet Polish and Chris Berni, who were sponsored by member Dr. David Ritchie. Diane Fry, Austintown Kiwanis President, and the Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Nancy Hoffman officiated the induction. Pictured are, from left, Kiwanis President Dianne Frye, Jordan Baley, Janet Polish, Chris Berni, Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Nancy Hoffman and Dr. David Ritchie.


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Community Action Partnership of Mercer County is seeking a part time individual (30 hrs. weekly) to manage CAPMC Housing Complexes, in Greenville, PA. Duties include rent collection, resident relations, and management of day to day operations. Provide professional and effective management of housing complexes, with customer service being a priority, and communicate with the maintenance manager. Will handle all leasing activities, insure eligibility requirements are met, and maintain resident relations and activities. Ensure facilities are in compliance with all federal, state and local regulations. Submit reports as required. Work with Senior Housing Manager to maintain budget, and seek quotes for needed services. Qualifications: Associates or Bachelors Degree in Hospitality, Real Estate, Property Management or related fields, 2 years’ experience in Property Management, Real Estate or Hospitality related activities. Experience in Property Maintenance and previous experience in HUD, LITC or Section 8 properties a plus. Salary: $18,689-$28,766; based on education and experience. Must hold a valid driver’s license and willing to travel in and out of state. Send cover letter, resume and 3 references to:

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STUFF Appliances Washer - Maytag, heavy duty, like new, $350 or best offer. 330-457-0685.

Furniture Din. rm. table, solid cherry, 54” round with 6 white, upholstered chairs by Stanley, antique reproduction, will sell for $1200, pd. $2600. Call 330-881-6033 DINING ROOM SET Table, 6 chairs & lg. hutch, good condition, $200. Call 330-549-5270 Rocker-Recliners - 2, La-ZBoys, powder blue, excellent condition, $175/pair. Call 330-544-1683.

California Bed Frame $155. Call 330-809-3069

Want to buy a bike or have one to sell? Try Classified ads for the best results! Call (330) 746-6565.

Dogs BOSTON TERRIERS - AKC Available Now Call 330-406-6920

NOTICE: Screen respondents carefully when giving away animals.

Yankee Lake Gun Show St. Rt. 7, Brookfield, OH Jan. 12 & 13, 2019 Doors open 9 AM Both Days - $5 Admission Tables still available Info. 724-854-7333

Wanted to Buy WANTED: Collections of LP’s, 45 rpm Records. Cash paid. Call 330-518-6576

NOTICE ERRORS

Advertisers are requested to check the first appearance of ads for accuracy. This newspaper will be responsible for only one incorrect insertion, the first one. ANY ERROR SHOULD BE REPORTED IMMEDIATELY.

TRYING TO SELL A CAR, COUCH, OR COLLECTIBLE$? LOOK NO FURTHER, YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE. CALL THE NEIGHBORS CLASSIFIED DEPT 746-6565

Sales/Marketing

Automobiles Chevrolet Impala LTZ 2013 Loaded, leather, sunroof, new tires, 73,400 mi., excellent, condition, $8950/offer. Call 330-540-1230 Chevrolet Impala LS - 2008, good condition, 102,000 mi., $4000. Call 330-550-5954. Pontiac Vibe - 2005 Orange, 182,000 mi., $2800. Call 330-506-1574 PT Cruiser - 2006, 55,000 mi., good condition, $4000. Call 330-792-2283. WANTED Muscle or Classic Car 440-590-0193 BRITTAIN Chevrolet. 57 E. Martin St., E. Palestine, OH. Local 1-800-589-7970 Clean up and sell those stowed away articles for cash! Hundreds of people can use those things stored in your attic collecting dust. An ad in Neighbors will bring you cash for them in a hurry. Call 330-746-6565. N e i g h b o r s C l a s s i f i e d s.

Sales/Marketing

Advertising Sales Representative HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY The Vindicator is looking for an Entry-Level Advertising Sales Representative to follow up with existing accounts and solicit new.

WE HAVE LEADS Electrical Work

Kitchen/Vanities

Condos For Rent

A Better Free Estimates New breaker boxes, rewire, lic., insured. 330-758-7074

BOARDMAN - Presidential Estates, 2 bdrm. condo, $795/mo. Call 330-505-1514

Gutter Cleaning & Installation

Yo. Cabinet Works  Cabinet Refacing, C. Tops, New Kitchens, Ceramic Tile. Call 330-782-9016 

Canfield - Luxury ranch condo, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, basement, attached garage. $1050/mo. 330-518-0660

“Ralph (The Gutter Guy)” Free est. Insured. Cleaning. Screening. 330-758-6848

You have waited long enough. Get your hands on a new house today using the Neighbors Classifieds.

Cats KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352

Gun - DPMS AR15, 223 cal. , new in box, never fired. $500 or trade. 330-261-3549

Houses For Rent

Yo. North - Near St. Elizabeth Hospital, from $250$350. Call 330-881-7148.

Antique/Classic Cars Chevrolet Conversion Van 1985, 2nd owner, 60,000 mi., stored winters, $9975/offer. 330-792-8284

Free Pets

Girard - 2 bdrm., $480/mo. & up, heat & water incl. Call 330-539-4549

Rooms For Rent

Birds

BOWFLEX ELITE XL -excellent condjtion, $450. S-O-L-D!

Rifle - Hawken muzzle loader, 50 cal., like new, with acces., $225. S - O - L - D - !

8000

AUTOMOTIVE

Will take free birds into my loving care any time. Call 330-965-0194

German Shepherd Pups AKC, $700. Sable, male; black, female. 724-699-8846

Boardman - 2-Bdrm., lg. kit. with appl., beige wall to wall carpeting throughout, air, carport, laundry rm., excellent condition, $495/mo. includes heat & water. No pets. Call 330-774-4718

Canfield - Summit at St. Andrews, 2 bdrm., 2 full bath, garage. 330-788-7879.

7000

PETS, ANIMALS

Sporting/Exercise Equipment

Ask for Special!

Austintown - 2 bdrm., appliances incl., $500/mo. + dep. Background ck. req. No pets. Call 330-793-7942.

January 12-18

Place your ads online at vindy.com, go to Classified tab, click Place Ad or call (330) 746-6565

Handyman Appliances, Electrical, Plumbing, Hot Water Tanks and Furnaces. 330-782-8105/330-788-0449

Lawn Mowing/ Yard Work NO LIMIT LAWN CARE, LLC Insured. Taking on new customers for 2019. Mowing, leaf removal, landscaping, Bobcat work & more! Call 330-501-7873

Leaf Removal

Hauling

Dom’s Lawn Care & Leaf Removal. Insured. Call 330-503-7454/330-774-6751

ABC Hauling & Moving Anything • Anytime • BBB Accredited. 330-788-0579

Plastering & Drywall

To Advertise in Neighbors.

Call 330-746-6565

PLASTERING FREE ESTIMATES 330-746-8521/330-717-1349

Communication skills, imagination and a good work ethic are all it really takes. Online / Social Media experience is a big asset. Past Sales Experience helpful, but not necessary. We will help train you. Mail resume to: Jac Clay, Display Advertising Manager P.O. Box 780 Youngstown, OH 44501 Or email resume to: jclay@vindy.com

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Happily Ever After Chelsey Zoldan | Jayson Calhoun SHARON, PA.

The gardens at Buhl Mansion in Sharon, Pa., provided the setting Sept. 2 for the wedding of Chelsey Zoldan and Jayson Calhoun. The bride is a daughter of Kathy and Jack Campbell and Alan and Laural Zoldan, all of Canfield. Mr. Calhoun is a son of Brad and Sue Calhoun of Boardman. Mrs. Calhoun earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Youngstown State University. She is a doctoral candidate in counselor education and supervision at the University of Akron. She is a clinical counselor in private practice and is a member of the adjunct faculty in the Department of Counseling, School of Psychology and Educational Leadership at YSU. Her husband studied at Birbeck University of London and received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from YSU. He is employed as director of operations at Falcon Transport Co. in Youngstown. The bride’s cousin, Michelle Ricchiuti,

boardman

Bill and Judy Volosin of Boardman are announcing the forthcoming wedding of their daughter, Amanda Volosin, to Brady Foley, both of Dallas. Steve and Wendy Foley of Hamilton are the prospective groom’s parents. The ceremony and reception will take place July 20, 2019, at The Estate at Sunset Farms in Bellbrook. Invitations will be issued. The bride-elect graduated from Ohio Northern University with a doctor of pharmacy degree. She is a pharmacy resident at Parkland Hospital in Dallas. Mr. Foley graduated from Ohio Northern University with a bachelor’s degree in sport management. He is a program manager at Plano Sports Authority in Plano, Texas. was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters, Lexi Aliyah and Alana Zoldan. Adam Calhoun performed the duties of best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Sean and Ryan Calhoun, the groom’s cousins, and Zach Gay.

Allison Henline | Dr. Marc Bye AUSTINTOWN

Allison Henline of Austintown and Marc Bye of Southend-on-Sea, U.K., were united in marriage Oct. 21 at the Henline home. The ceremony was officiated by Rabbi Dario Hunter and a reception took place at The Tyler History Center in Youngstown. The bride’s parents are Jim Henline of Warren and Sheila Henline of Austintown. Rochelle and Jonathan Bye of Edgware, U.K., are the parents of the groom. The bride wore an A-line, ivory gown with a high-necked lace overlay and open back. She completed her ensemble with her late grandmother’s (Irene Miklas) veil. Emily Henline, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor and wore a forest green dress. Gina Peplow served as matron of honor, wearing a navy blue dress. The flower girl was Morgan Henline, niece of the bride. The groom’s brother, Joshua Henline, held the responsibilities of best man, and Ryan and Justin Cochran were the ushers. Parker Kramm, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer. Mrs. Bye graduated from Youngstown State University with bachelor’s degrees in secondary social studies education and

Amanda Volosin, Brady Foley plan July vows

history and is pursuing a master’s degree in history. She is a graduate assistant intern at YSU. Dr. Bye graduated with honors from Bristol University, U.K., with degrees in medicine and surgery. He is a doctor at Southend-on-Sea University Hospital. The couple plan to reside in the Mahoning Valley.

Kristin Pettola | Robert Woolley YOUNGSTOWN

Kristin Pettola and Robert Woolley, both of Youngstown, were married during a ceremony solemnized by Monsignor Peter Polando on Sept. 28 at St. Columba Cathedral in Youngstown. A reception took place that evening at The Vineyards at Pine Lake. The parents of the bride are Michael and Janice Pettola of Canfield. Donald and Concetta Woolley, also of Canfield, are the groom’s parents. The bride wore a strapless ivory and silver gown of organza and satin adorned with beads and designed with a sweetheart neckline. The A-line skirt fell to an extended train, and her ensemble was completed with a crystal belt. The bridesmaids, wearing blush pink and wine-colored dresses, were Dominique Ruggiero, Lauren Pettola, Jamie Rivera, Alys Cook, Kelly Hoon, Taylor Dorman, Brittany Loboy, Ashley Olekshuk, Jennifer Corwin and Lauren Boucherle. Julie Kukla was the flower girl. Nicholas Woolley, brother of the groom, held the responsibilities of best man. Groomsmen were Chad Kubik, Aubin Rivera, Joseph Nenadich Jr., Jake Johnson, Zachary Abraham, Leo Daprile Jr., Joshua Fleming, Joseph Crum and Darryll Hoon Jr. Ushers were Clayton Black, Ryan Sullivan and Lucas Daprile. Angelo Davila and Aubin Rivera Jr. were

the ring bearers. The bride graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She is an ICU nurse at Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital. Mr. Woolley graduated from YSU with a bachelor’s degree in information technology and is a software developer for Intellitech Corp. in Poland. The couple honeymooned in Aruba and reside in Youngstown.

Austintown Neighbors - Jan. 12, 2019  

This week's edition of Austintown Neighbors features the Kwanzaa celebration at a local library and more.

Austintown Neighbors - Jan. 12, 2019  

This week's edition of Austintown Neighbors features the Kwanzaa celebration at a local library and more.

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