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Fourth-graders show science skills


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Kaitlyn Costantin did her science experiment on what makes plants grow the largest for the fourth-grade science fair on Dec. 8 at West Boulevard Elementary.


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The Boardman High School band played Christmas music for guests during the Community Christmas event at Boardman Park on Dec. 4.



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Acupuncture happy hour to be Jan. 19 Improve your physical and mental well-being for the new year by joining Ohio Naturopathic Wellness Center’s monthly Thursday night acupuncture “happy hour” on Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. Wind down from the work week and holiday hustle with a relaxing acupuncture session with Valentina Khoury Dubasik, ND, LOM. Call 330-729-1350 or go to to reserve your spot. The cost is $20. Seating is limited. The center’s address is 755 Boardman-Canfield Road, Suite D3, in Boardman (Southbridge West Complex).

International Torch Club to meet on Jan. 16 Club Member Thomas G. Welsh, PhD will present his paper “Dining Out Youngstown Style” at the Youngstown Chapter of International Torch Clubs dinner-discussion meeting at 6 p.m. on Jan. 16. The meeting will be in Kilcawley Center at the Chick Fil-A Restaurant, on the campus of Youngstown State University. The public is invited to attend. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. and the lecture at 7 p.m. Attending only the lecture is free of charge. Dinner for nonmembers is $20. Call 330-7574148 for reservations and for club information, call 330-792-7351.

Essential oil class to take place in January and February Naturopathic Doctor Dannielle MacDuff is offering a four-week course on how and when to use essential oils and how to include them in your first aid kit. The course is of particular interest to individuals who prefer holistic health remedies rather than prescription medication. This course takes place at ETI Technical College, located at 2076 Youngstown-Warren Road in Niles, on Jan. 19 and 26, and Feb. 2 and 9. Classes begin at 7 p.m. and last until 8:30 p.m. The entire course costs a $65 donation to the Phoenix House Building Fund and includes all costs and materials associated with the class. Interested parties can register online at or call 330-758-9567. Call Dr. MacDuff with any questions.

APA shoe drive taking place In the spirit of the holidays, Austintown Podiatry Associates recently announced its annual shoe drive. They are accepting new and gently used shoes at all three offices. The shoes will then be delivered to those who are less fortunate. Shoes can be dropped off at any of the three locations during business hours. The Austintown office is located at 1300 S Canfield-Niles Road in Austintown, the Warren location is 3802 Elm Road N.E. in Warren and the Boardman location is 7010 South Ave., Suite 3.


Meet Ella, a female, black and white Domestic Mediumhair. She is estimated to be about 10-months-old and has been at Angels for Animals since Oct. 31. If you would like more information on Ella, call Angels or stop in during their regular hours.

This is Diesel. He is a gray and white Pit Bull Terrier and he is estimated to be about 3-years-old. He has been at Angels since Dec. 12. Call or stop in at Angels during regular hours to gather more information on Diesel.

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If you would like to become a sponsor for Adoptable Pets of the Week, contact Kathy Smith at 330-747-1471 ext. 1214. 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.



What family movie are you most interested in this year? Did your family take advantage of any after-holiday sales? Beauty and the Beast. 33% Despicable Me 3. 0% Cars 3. 0%

Smurfs: The Lost Village. 0% Yes - We all enjoy shopping. 16% Yes - But only one or two. 0% Other. 66%

No - I found out about them too late. 16% No - I didn’t need anything. 66%



How long will we have cold weather this year?

Did you meet resolutions set at the beginning of 2016?

Well into spring. 42%

Not too much longer at all. 14%

Yes - I met all of my goals. 50%

No - I came close on a few. 33%

Through February or March. 42%

The weather will fluctuate until summer. 0%

Yes - But not all of them. 0%

No - I gave them up during that year. 16%



Did you watch the YSU game this past weekend?

How do you keep track of your schedule?

Yes - But I was disappointed with the results. Yes - They played about as I expected.

No - But I looked into the results afterward. No - I wasn’t interested.

Visit to vote.

In my phone.

I make lists.

With a personal planner.


On a calendar. Visit to vote.



What was the best part of the Golden Globes?

What is the most useful feature on your phone?

Seeing who won awards.

Jimmy Fallon hosting.

Finding out what everyone wore.

The acceptance speeches.

Visit to vote.

The ability to make phone calls on the go.

Staying up-to-date with social media.

Emailing and texting almost anywhere.

Using navigation apps for directions. Other.



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The Niles Friendly Squares will host their monthly square dance on Jan. 14 from 7:30-10 p.m. at the Niles SCOPE Center, located at 14 E. State St. in Niles. Dress is casual and there is a $6 donation per person at the door. This is a high/low dance with alternating tips for new dancers currently taking lessons and tips for more experienced dancers. January is “Chili Night,” with chili and light refreshments being served midway through the evening. Gene Hammond will be the caller. For more information, call Hammond at 330-534-4426 or 330-506-3370.

Monday Night Writers meeting scheduled for Jan. 23 The next meeting of Monday Night Writers will be Jan. 23 from 6-8 p.m. in the small meeting room at the Canfield branch of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, located at 43 W. Main St, in Canfield. Area writers, both published and unpublished, are invited to attend. Led by professional writer Nancy Christie, author of “Traveling Left Of Center And Other Stories,” the two-hour sessions offer an opportunity for members to get group feedback on ‘worksin-progress.’ For more information, contact Christie at

A hat for you Share the Book, “A Hat for Mrs. Goldman: A Story About Knitting and Love” by Michelle Edwards at the Boardman library on Jan. 21 at 10 a.m. Each family will decorate a hat to keep or give as a gift. Bring a hat of your choice to decorate. There is limited space, so preregistration is required for adults, teens and children in grades 4-12. Call 330-744-8636 and ask for the Boardman library to register for this two-hour program.

It’s all about yarn Bring in your crochet, knitting, plastic canvas or “anything with yarn” project and learn from one another at the Boardman library on Jan. 20 at 11 a.m. Participants are encouraged to bring all yarn UFOs (unfinished objects).

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Matthew Beichner did his science experiment on the effect of music on memory for the fourth-grade science fair at West Boulevard Elementary on Dec. 8.

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Isabel Klisiewicz did her science experiment on dancing pasta for the annual fourth-grade science fair on Dec. 8 at West Boulevard.

Young scientists showcase experiments By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI

Fou r t h-g rade st udent s showed off their science knowledge and experiments during the eighth annual science fair at West Boulevard on Dec. 8. Every year beginning in late September, the fourth-graders begin working on their science experiments. The students pick experiments ranging from regular science experiments to new inventions. Some students did experiments with household items, while some used technology to create things, such as hoverboards. Science teachers Lee Christman and Jen Cabuno help the students with their experiments, but most of the work was done outside of the classroom. When the projects are finished, the students present them to families and friends in the evening and also to the entire fourth grade during school hours. “It’s a really good hands-on Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci approach teaching them how Deshaun Holmes and Dominic Cheff stood in front of their science experiments during the fourth-grade science fair See SCIENTISTS, Page 4

at West Boulevard on Dec. 8.

Page 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 2017 and stories, followed by time to play and socialize at the Boardman library every Tuesday in January at 10 a.m.

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Tales and talk for 2’s and 3’s

I Read YA book club This event is for adult fans of Young Adult Literature from ages 18 and up. Talk about why you like YA. Read and discuss. This month they will be discussing “This Is Where It Ends” by Marieke Nijkamp at the Boardman library on Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m. This event is for adults.

Join the Boardman 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.

Lego my library

Puzzle swap

Meet and enjoy creating Lego designs at the Boardman library on Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. Legos will be provided. This event is for children, ages 6 and up.

Swap six of your once done jigsaw puzzles with others at. This is offered every second Wednesday of the month at the Boardman library at 4 p.m.

Night owl

‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ Back by popular demand: The Columbus Children’s Theater will present the story of Lonely Jack, a foolish trade and the giant who is ready for trouble at the Boardman library on Jan. 28 at 11 a.m. “Jack and the Beanstalk” was adapted by William Goldsmith. This event is fun for children of all ages.

Bonding with babies and books

An evening story time for children ages 3-5 at the Boardman library every Tuesday in January at 7 p.m. Each child must be accompanied by an adult in this 30-minute program featuring finger plays, stories and a craft activity.

Silly stories and stretches

Laugh out loud at these silly stories at the Boardman library on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. Make a silly hat This event is for caregivers and their little ones who are 6-23 months. and stretch your imagination at There will be 20 minutes of language this one-hour family program for enrichment including rhymes, songs all ages.


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the scientific method works, all about variables and hypothesis,” said Christman. The science fair is a way for the students to learn about the scientific method. Many of the students look forward to participating in the science fair to show what they have been working so diligently on. One student based her project on plants and their growth. Kaitlyn Costanin did an experiment on which brand of fertilizer worked best for growing plants. “I came up with my experiment because my grandpa is a gardener. I wanted to make sure his plants were able to eat and were healthy,” said Costanin. Constantin said it was a fun way for her to learn about growing plants while learning about science at the same time. Another student, Deshaun Holmes, based his project on making a simple motor out of wire and a battery. “I wanted to do something with electronics and this is a demonstration I can show people,” said Holmes as he explained his experiment. West Boulevard hopes the science fair continues to be a success as it has been in the past. Students, staff and families enjoy watching the students show off their knowledge in a unique way.





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Kaitlyn Costantin did her science experiment on what makes plants grow the largest for the fourth-grade science fair on Dec. 8 at West Boulevard Elementary.






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Overeaters Anonymous to have local meetings

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Guests got to visit and get a picture with Santa Claus on Dec. 4 for the Community Christmas event at Boardman Park.

Community Christmas creates holiday joy By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI

Boardman Park started the Christmas season on Dec. 4 with the 20th annual Community Christmas. The Community Christmas event is a free event for the public to come and participate in several activities. One of the biggest parts of the Community Christmas is the decorating of the parks pine trees by families and organizations. Each of the pine trees can be purchased by any of the community members to decorate. The park requests that the pine trees should be decorated with

natural materials the park animals are able to eat. People used bagels, popcorn, fruits and other edible items. All of the pine trees were purchased and the proceeds raised from the trees goes back to the park to continue hosting different programs. After people finished decorating their trees, they had the option to watch some music performed by the Boardman High School band, enjoy cookies and hot chocolate and visit Santa once he arrived via fire truck. The Boardman High School band played Christmas carols that Linda Smrek sang along to. The band performed in the

St. James church and guests sat and listened to music as they ate cookies and drank hot chocolate. Once Santa arrived children waited in line to get a picture with him and tell him their wish list. The lighting of the Christmas tree in Boardman park took place halfway through the event. The lights shone bright on the tree as the other decorations lit up the pathways in the park. T he a n nua l Com mu n it y Christmas brings community members together to celebrate the holidays. The parks hopes the event continues the success it has had all 20 years.

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Families and organizations had the opportunity to decorate their own Christmas tree at the Boardman Park Community Christmas on Dec. 4.

Overeaters Anonymous is offering meetings at several local locations and on a variety of days. On Saturdays at 10 a.m., there will be a meeting at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in the Church Hall, Room 2, located at 4453 WarrenSharon Road in Vienna, Ohio. This location is handicapped accessible. On Sundays at 7 p.m., there will be a meeting at Shenango Presbyterian Church, located at 3144 Wilmington Road (Route 18) in New Castle, Pa. This location is handicapped accessible. On Mondays, a meeting will take place at 1 p.m. at the Girard Multigenerational Center, located at 443 Trumbull Avenue in Girard. This location is handicapped accessible. On Wednesdays, a meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. at Valley Care - Northside Medical Center in the Medical Education Building, auditorium A, located at 500 Gypsy Lane in Youngstown. This location is handicapped accessible. On Thursdays at 6 p.m., a meeting


will take place in Faith Chapel Fellowship Church, located at 511 E. Pershing St. in Salem, while at 7:30 p.m. a meeting will take place at New Life Lutheran Church, located at 1181 Churchill-Hubbard Road in Youngstown. Both of these locations are handicapped accessible. For more information on OA or meetings, go to or call one of the following Help Hotlines: Mahoning or Trumbull Counties 330-747-2696; Columbiana County - 330-424-7767; Lawrence County - 724-674-3697.

GA to meet twice this week Gamblers Anonymous, a 12-Step fellowship of compulsive gamblers who want to recover from their gambling addictions, will meet twice this week in the Youngstown-Warren area. A GA meeting is offered every Friday at Westminster Church, located at 119 Stadium Drive in Boardman, and another is offered every Sunday at Christ Church Presbyterian, located at 3425 Hopkins Road in Youngstown (in Cornersburg). Both meetings begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. and last about 1-1/2 hours. Those who believe gambling has affected any part of their lives are urged to attend. For more information, call the local Gamblers Anonymous hotline at 330-505-5060.

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POLICE BLOTTER Dec. 30 Arrest: Police responded to a fight in the 40 block of Shields Road, where they charged Breiash Floyd of Shields, Boardman, with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police said the 19-yearold Floyd continued to yell numerous times at a group of people then refused to calm down and desist. She also twice tried to pull away from an officer during the arrest, authorities said. Thefts: While police investigated a report of items having been stolen from a car in the 1700 block of Nova Lane, several neighbors on nearby Halbert Lane and Jeanne Lynn Avenue also reported property missing from their vehicles. Assault: Officers answered a call pertaining to a large fight in the 50 block of Shields Road, where two women each reported having been struck by the other. Theft: Stephen L. Vasko of Hood Street, Warren, faced charges of theft, resisting arrest and possession of drug-abuse instruments after a digital camera and cologne were stolen from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road. Vasko, 34, initially refused to comply with police, who found a hypodermic needle in his pocket, a report showed. Bad check: A man reportedly wrote a $1,700 check that he transferred from a business to a personal account, then drew on both accounts before the check was returned for insufficient funds, which resulted in a $3,510 loss for the Tippecanoe Road bank. Domestic violence: Kyle J. Metcalf, 24, of Jaronte Drive, Boardman, was charged with the crime after his girlfriend alleged that during an argument, Metcalf had shoved her in the chest area, causing the accuser to lose her balance and fall on the snow-covered driveway. Theft: Daniel P. Rosen, 31, of Terraview Drive, Boardman, was charged with one count each of theft and possession of criminal tools and faced two drugpossession charges after $595 worth of merchandise was stolen from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. Rosen also had a knife to cut open the packaging; in addition, he had several over-the-counter pills in his pocket, a report showed. Theft: Authorities phone booked 36-yearold Samantha A. Manda on a theft charge. Manda, of Stanton Avenue, Youngstown, was accused of stealing $15 worth of merchandise Nov. 2 from Dollar General, 4996 Market St. Misuse of a credit card: A loss-prevention official with a Market Street auto-parts store told officers a customer’s credit card had been used to make $351 worth of miscellaneous purchases without the cardholder’s knowledge or authorization. Beforehand, the victim may have accidentally left the card at the business, a report said. Theft: Police charged Jeremiah W. Mason, 35, with one count of theft after alleging Mason, of Renwick Drive, Poland, had stolen $140 worth of electronics items from Walmart. Theft: Jacob T. Graham, 30, of Fifth Street, Beloit, was charged in the theft of three jackets valued at $319 from Macy’s in Southern Park Mall. Dec. 31 Assault/criminal damaging: A woman told police another woman had shoved her to the ground during an argument about a parking space at a business in the 1200 block of Boardman-Poland Road. The second woman reported the first woman struck her vehicle with the

first woman’s car door, leaving a small dent. Theft: Authorities charged 34-year-old Megan K. Clifton of Ridge Street, Vienna, with two counts of drug abuse and one of theft after $47 worth of property, including lipstick, was stolen from the J.C. Penney store in Southern Park Mall. In addition, Clifton had in her purse two types of tablets in a pill container with its label torn off, police alleged. Menacing: A Youngstown woman alleged her former boyfriend had threatened to beat her up as the two stayed in separate rooms at a Market Street motel. Citation: While responding to a possible assault at a Boardman-Canfield Road restaurant, police issued a minor-misdemeanor citation charging 23-year-old Samantha R. Frye of Carousel Woods Drive, New Middletown, with disorderly conduct while intoxicated. Burglary: To a home in the 5500 block of Lockwood Boulevard, from which an Xbox game system and a $300 pair of shoes were missing. Theft by deception: A Youngstown woman at a Tiffany Boulevard grocery store told authorities a man who claimed his vehicle had been towed and needed money sold her two gasoline gift cards for $50 that turned out to have no value. Drugs: Authorities at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital took custody of 25-year-old Nicholas A. Elmo of Claybourne Avenue, Boardman, who faced one count each of drug abuse and possession of drug-abuse instruments after police and firefighters responded to a possible drug overdose at Elmo’s residence, where his mother said she had found him unresponsive in the basement. Found were a needle and a bindle containing suspected heroin, a report stated. Jan. 1 Assault: A Youngstown woman reported that while at a Boardman-Poland Road restaurant, another woman struck her several times in the face, leaving minor scratches to her chest and face, when the accuser asked the woman not to swear in front of the victim’s children. The combatant left in a red sport utility vehicle, a report said. Felonious assault: Larissa M. Reed, 20, of Grover Drive, Boardman, faced felonious-assault and domestic-violence charges after her sister alleged Reed had held a steak knife over her head as if to stab her. Also, the accuser had visible injuries, apparently from a fight between them beforehand, a report stated. Auto theft: A 1998 Toyota Corolla was stolen in the 1500 block of Country Club Avenue. Drugs: Shane W. Plourde, 27, of Meadowbrook Avenue, Boardman, surrendered on two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one of possession of drug-abuse instruments related to a drug overdose Nov. 9 at his home. Two spoons with burn marks common in drug use and an electronic scale with a white powder were found, police alleged. Menacing: A Chester Drive woman reported an acquaintance with whom she had entered into an agreement to buy a car sent her several sexually suggestive text messages, leading the accuser to believe that he wanted sexual favors as part of the agreement. Theft: A Wingate Road man discovered

$5 in change missing from his car. Jan. 2 Threats: Police arrested 59-year-old Robert J. Repko Jr. at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital on a warrant charging him with making domesticviolence threats after his elderly mother alleged an intoxicated Repko, of Sequoya Drive, Youngstown, had threatened to smack her mouth, causing the accuser to fear for her life. Menacing: A township woman said a family member has been calling and harassing the accuser regarding her son. Theft: A man and a woman reportedly left O’Charley’s Restaurant & Bar, 930 Windham Court, without paying their $33 food bill. Theft: An Edinburg, Pa., woman noticed her purse had been stolen while she was in the Southern Park Mall food court. Jan. 3 Theft: McDonald police relinquished custody of Adam R. Jimenez of Illinois Avenue, McDonald, to township authorities. The 32-year-old Jimenez was charged with theft, accused of taking $50 worth of Nintendo games Nov. 28 from Walmart. Theft: Michael S. Ascione, 49, of Harvey Street, Struthers, was charged with stealing a $53 pair of work boots from Walmart. Theft: A man reportedly stole a $25 package of bed sheets from Family Dollar, 4030 Market St. Citation: Police at Boardman Glenwood Junior High School handed a 13-year-old township girl a minormisdemeanor citation charging marijuana possession. Theft: A worker for a BoardmanCanfield Road pizzeria discovered a $4,000 generator had been removed from a company-owned truck’s rear bumper. Theft: Derek E. Chittock, 30, of Cedarwood Drive, Beloit, surrendered on a theft charge related to an Oct. 16 situation in which someone had left Buffalo Wild Wings in Southern Park Mall without paying a $37 food bill. Theft: Officers were dispatched to the Columbiana County jail to pick up 33-year-old Thomas A. Barton of Broadway Avenue, Wellsville, who was wanted on a warrant charging four counts of theft. Barton was accused in a series of shoplifting situations between April and August 2016 at Walmart, from which a home-security system, DVD players and various tools were among the items stolen. Domestic violence: Ryan J. Lanzo, 22, of Applewood Boulevard, Boardman, was charged after his father alleged Lanzo had struck his face and shoulder area during a fight about the younger Lanzo’s girlfriend. Theft: A Country Club Avenue man saw that $45 was missing from his car. Theft: A man in his late 30s reportedly stole about $40 worth of groceries from Walmart. Jan. 4 Criminal damaging: A Tippecanoe Road woman reported someone had tossed a rock and shattered her vehicle’s front windshield. Damage came to $500.

Alyssa and Elizabeth showed off their Santa Claus ornaments they made during the Supper with Santa event at Boardman Park on Dec. 8.

Supper with Santa at Boardman Park fills people with joy making this the 13th year. The two-night event started out as one night, but with the popuSeveral families made their larity of the event it became way to Boardman Park on Dec. two nights. 7 and 8 to enjoy the annual “It’s a great family holiday Supper with Santa event. Boardman Park has been See SANTA, Page 8 hosting the event since 2003, By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI

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Michael, Nicholas and Zachary Scharsten dressed up like Santa Claus during the Supper with Santa event at Boardman Park on Dec. 8.



Happily Ever After Hillary Koontz • John Libnoch COLUMBUS, OHIO Hillary Anne Koontz and John Randolph Libnoch were married Aug. 12 at Whetstone Park of Roses. Randall Worley officiated the 2:30 p.m. ceremony, and a reception followed at The Vault. The couple traveled to Rivera Maya, Mexico, for their wedding trip, and reside in Columbus. The bride is the daughter of Jack and Sheila Koontz of Austintown, and the groom is the son of Mike and Judy Libnoch of South Carolina. Mrs. Libnoch wore a charmeuse sheath V-neck gown with a beaded lace overlay. Lindsay Koontz, a sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Melissa Rager, Julie Sutton, Mary Jo Wray, Danielle Orville, Christine Ortenzio, and sisters of the groom, Natalie Rowland and Jennifer Rintelman. The groom’s niece, Evangeline Rintelman, was the flower girl. The attendants wore champagne-colored dresses. Brother-in-law of the groom, Andrew Rowland, and Ben Krolowitz shared the duties of best man. The groomsmen were a brother-in-law of the groom Scot Rintelman, Davis Bryan, Paul Romero, Chris Moletz, Jon Billak, Seth Worley and Patrick Mertes. Ushers were Tyler Wagoner, Bryan Mar-

shall and Pierce Libnoch, nephew of the groom. Mrs. Libnoch graduated with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from Mount Union College. Mr. Libnoch graduated from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and is a leasing consultant for Cortland Partners of Columbus.

Rachael Boehlke • Jason Oyler GIRARD New Life Christian Assembly was the setting of the July 23 wedding of Rachel Boehlke and Jason Oyler. Her parents are Kim and Rosie Boehlke, and his parents are William and Dee Oyler, all of Youngstown. Rev. Jared Woodward officiated at the 1 p.m. ceremony, and a reception followed at The Embassy in Boardman. After a wedding trip to Fort Myers, Fla., the couple reside in Boardman. Mrs. Oyler graduated from Kent State University at Ashtabula with an associate degree in physical therapy assisting technology. She is a physical therapist assistant for Blue Sky Therapy in Niles. Her husband graduated from KSU Trumbull with a bachelor’s degree in technology. He is a content specialist for FactSet Research Systems in Youngstown. The bride wore a white satin gown with a sweetheart neckline embellished with crystal beading. It featured a corset back, inverted basque waist with a fit and flare silhouette and a chapel-length train. Wearing black gowns were the bride’s sister-inlaw, Marlo Boehlke, matron of honor, and maids of honor Jennifer Shaffer and Lindsey Shaffer. The flower girl, Ava Boehlke, the bride’s niece, wore a raspberry-pink dress.

The groom’s brother, Bill Oyler, was best man. Groomsmen were Andy Boehlke, the bride’s brother, and Doug O’Hara. William Oyler, the groom’s nephew, and Andrew Boehlke, the bride’s nephew, were ring bearers. Ushers were Sam Rokus, the bride’s uncle, and Chris Meier, the groom’s nephew.

Lindsay Sabol, Derek Zweig set to be married CANFIELD Beth and Dan Sabol of Canfield are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Lindsay Sabol, to Derek Zweig, both of Columbus. The parents of the prospective groom are Theresa and Steve Zweig of Pitsburg, Ohio. The ceremony will take place Jan. 21, 2017, at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown, with a reception to follow at Antone’s Banquet Centre in Boardman. Invitations will be issued for both events. Miss Sabol graduated from Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in consumer services. She is an associate production planner for L BrandsPINK in Columbus. Mr. Zweig also graduated from OSU with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and finance. He is a senior analyst for Western Reserve Valuation Services LLC in Columbus.

Begezda and Smith marry in October ceremony POLAND Allison Begezda and Brett Smith, both of Austin, Texas, were married in a 1:30 p.m. ceremony on Oct. 1 at Holy Family Church. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Begezda of Poland, and the groom is the son of Thomas Smith of Canfield and the late Judy Smith. The ceremony was performed by Monsignor William J. Connell, and the reception took place at The Lake Club in Poland. The bride wore a lace gown with a V-back. It was embellished with a crystal belt and flutter sleeves, buttons down the back and an attached chapel train. Alexis and Abby Begezda, sisters of the bride, were the honor attendants. The bridesmaids were Deloran Muransky, Rachelle Pavelko and Natalie Zajac. The attendants wore Bordeaux-colored gowns. James McNally was the best man. Eric Dunigan, Erik Kratz and Jeremy Panno were the groomsmen. Mrs. Smith graduated from Miami University with a bachelor’s degree in English. She also graduated from The George Washington University with a master’s degree in publishing. She works as a senior marketing manager for the Association

Management Center in Chicago. Mr. Smith graduated from Miami University with a degree in political science and business legal studies. He works as a business development manager for Arrive Logistics in Austin. The couple traveled to Aruba for their honeymoon and reside in Austin.

Katie Benish • John Phillips bermuda Katie Anne Benish became the bride of John Phillips on June 15 during an afternoon ceremony at Warick Long Bay Beach in Bermuda. It was officiated by the Rev. Leon Jennings. Parents of the bride are Richard Benish and Mary Hardin, both of Austintown. The groom is the son of John and Marilyn Phillips of Boardman. A reception followed at Beau Rivage, then the couple took a Bermuda cruise for their honeymoon. They reside in Boardman. Mrs. Phillips graduated with a bachelor’s degree in geography from Bowling Green State University and a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Akron. She is an urban planner for Stark County Regional Planning Commission. Mr. Phillips graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and a master’s degree in education from Walsh University. He is a language arts teacher and

the head varsity boys track and cross country coach at Boardman High School.

John and Lucille Hrinak celebrate 75th anniversary STRUTHERS John and Lucille (Marinelli) Hrinak of Struthers are celebrating their 75th anniversary at a private gathering today with their family. It will be hosted by their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They are Barbara (Hrinak) Orenic of Boardman and Jack and Sandi Hrinak of Medina, Ohio. Grandchildren are Michele Bonamase and Christine Ward; and greatgrandchildren are Nicolette Bonamase and Brittany Ward. A great-grandson, Brandon Bonamase, is deceased. The couple were married Nov. 20, 1941, at St. Dominic Church in Youngstown. They are members of St. Nicholas Church of Christ Our Savior Parish and AARP. Mrs. Hrinak worked for Almart Department Store in Boardman and retired in 1975 as a receiving clerk. She is a member of Holy Family Senior Citizens. Mr. Hrinak worked for Master Addresser Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., and retired in 1983 as a factory

representative. He served in the U.S. Army with the 18th Airborne Corps in the European Theater during WWII. He attained the rank of master sergeant and is a member of VFW Post 3538.

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BCB registration currently open Boardman Community Baseball will conduct player registration online at on Jan. 1 through Feb. 19 for baseball (ages 4-18) and softball (ages 4-14). A $25 late registration fee will be charged for registrations received after Feb. 19, for boys and girls ages 4-14. Playing age must be reached for boys by Aug. 31, 2017 and girls by Dec. 31, 2016. Onsight registration will be Feb. 11 from 12-3 p.m. at the Fields of Dreams, located at at 410 McClurg Road. For more information, check the BCB’s website or call 330-758-2123.

Eighth-grade white team girls fall to St. Christine The eighth-grade girls white basketball team dropped to 6-2 on the season with a 27-26 overtime loss to St. Christine’s. Both losses this year have come in overtime games. Maria Torres led the way with 13 points. The Lady Spartans had key contributions from Christine Zheng and Emma Tokarsky with four points each. Madi Larch and Emily

Rutledge also landed in the scoring column with two points a piece, with Emily Rutledge’s two key free throws bringing Boardman Glenwood to within one point in overtime. Emily Olexa also added to the scoring total with one point.

Eighth-grade maroon team girls defeat St. Charles The eighth-grade maroon basketball team defeated St. Charles on Jan. 3 with a score of 37-26. Katie Stamp led the Spartans with 16 points, Raegan Burkey added 12 points. Bailey Moore had four points, Serene Khatib added three more and Kayla Golden ended with two points. There was strong defense from Kennedy Furano, Unique Venable, Maddie Moran, Priya Shah and Nina Scavelli.

Eighth-grade white team suffers loss to Poland The eighth-grade girls white basketball team dropped to 6-3 on the season with a 32-12 loss to the Poland Lady Bulldogs. Glenwood was led by Maria Torres with eight points, Emily Olexa and Emma Tokarsky chipped in with two points each.

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Connor sat on Santa’s lap for a picture during the Supper with Santa event on Dec. 8 at Boardman Park.


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celebration,” said park recreation director Karen McCallum. Families get to take a picture with Santa in his sleigh, do some crafts, eat supper and play with fake snow. There was also a sta-

tion where children could dress up as Santa using different props and clothing items. This event gives the families a chance to enjoy spending holiday time together. Both nights of the event get sold out and about 120 people attend the event each night. There are volunteers from the Boardman High School Emerging

Leaders Club who help at each table with the different crafts. The children were able to bring home all of the crafts they made during the event. As the families left the park they watched as the Christmas decorations lit up the park and could listen to Christmas music on their car radio to stay in the holiday spirit.

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Children at the Supper with Santa event on Dec. 8 at Boardman Park worked on the scratch off tree craft.

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Health screenings to take place on Jan. 27 Resident s l iv i ng i n a nd around the Youngstown area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with screenings by Life Line Screening. Pola nd United Methodist Church will host this community event on Jan. 27. The site is located at 1940 Boardman Poland Road in

Youngstown. Screenings can check for: the level of plaque buildup in your arteries, related to risk for heart disease, stroke and overall vascular health, HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, diabetes risk, bone density as a risk for possible osteoporosis, kidney and thyroid function and more. Screenings are affordable,

convenient and accessible for wheelchairs and those with trouble walking. Free parking is also available. Packages start at $149, but consultants will work with you to create a package that is right for you based on your age and risk factors. Call 1-877-237-1287 or visit w w for more information. Pre-registration is required.


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Book-A-Librarian Would you like a personal introduction to resources available at the library? Need more time with a librarian than you can get over the phone or if you just walk in? Book-a-Librarian sessions are tailored to meet the specif-

ic needs of the individual. A library staff member will give undivided attention to customers who want in-depth help with a variety of library services, such as: learning to use a computer, email, the Internet, downloading e-books & audiobooks, researching a topic, discovering new books & authors to read & enjoy, business, non-profit, or Genealogy help. To schedule an appointment: visit any library, call 330-744-8636 or go online at This event is for teens and adults.


America’s Schoolmaster exhibit The Early Days of William Holmes McGuffey will be on display in the Melnick Museum at Fellows Riverside Gardens from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Learn more about the early days of McGuffey and his boyhood homestead, located in Coitsville and now known as the McGuffey Wildlife Preserve. The exhibit will be open though January 2017.



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The Youngstown Phantoms mascot, Boomer, posed as he watched the game on Dec. 8 for the Get Schooled event at the Covelli Center.

Students earn education in cool way By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI

More than 5,000 fans cheered on the Youngstown Phantoms during the special Get Schooled event at the Covelli Centre on Dec. 8. Schools from the Mahoning Valley area brought students to the Covelli Centre to enjoy a game of hockey while also learning about different careers. There were businesses set up in the concourse area that students could visit the table and talk to representatives from the company. “The purpose behind the game is not only to expose students to hockey, but also to provide our Hockey for Health program in a different way. We visit to schools to do the program, but it’s nice to bring them to the arena to showcase what our guys do on the ice and also use it as a way to get our message out there,” said Director of Operations Katie SeminaraDeToro. The morning at the Phantom’s game was a little different for some students. There were 10 students from Austintown Fitch High School’s Future Business Leaders of America group who spent the morning job shadowing different staff members.

“It teaches you to be quick on your feet. You have to have quality, not just do it fast and do it sloppy, but do it fast and do it well,” said senior Morgan Crawford. “It gives you an insight that it’s not something you can throw together last minute. You have to be willing to prepare,” said senior and Vice President of FBLA Sienna Morales-Sweeney. Job shadowing gave the students an insight as to how the game-day operations work and what the different departments do. Some students worked in the production booth, others followed the sales department while some worked with Seminara-DeToro in operations. “I hope they appreciate the athleticism of the sport. These are players that aren’t that far removed from a lot of these students,” said Troy Loney, co-owner of the Phantoms. “There’s a lot of different ways to get to a college career, hockey being one of them.” This is the seventh year the Phantoms have had the Get Schooled event and continues to be one of the favorite games amongst the staff, the schools and the players. The Covelli Centre and the Youngstown Phantoms look forward to the event each season.

ASSEMBLIES OF GOD 12824 Salem Warren Rd. Salem, OH 44460 330.332.0011 Jason Vickery, Lead Pastor Sun Worship 10:30am Wed. Family and Friends 7:00pm

PRESBYTERIAN Canfield Presbyterian Church 140 W. Main St, Canfield Sunday School 8:45 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Nursery Care Provided Pastor Rev. Larry Bowald

UNITED METHODIST Canfield United Methodist Church

Lead Pastors Daniel & Patti Houck Invite You To Join Us. Service Times: Sundays10:00 a.m. Family Night - Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. River Services First Friday of Month at 7:00 p.m. Central Campus located 3 miles east of Youngstown 3899 McCartney Rd. Coitsville, OH 44436 Office Phone: 330-536-2127 8 Campuses in the Greater Youngstown Area. Log onto our website to find a location near you.

3000 South Raccoon Rd. Youngstown, OH 44515 (330) 792-3000 Sunday

9:00 a.m. - Adult & Kids Sunday School 10:00 a.m. - Sunday Morning Worship and PowerKids Church


6:30 p.m. - Family Night

27 S. Broad St. (330) 533-9801 Sunday 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Childcare available Rev. Susan Brown Rev. Beth McGuire Associate Pastor

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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

Lockwood United Methodist Church 4570 Lockwood Blvd. 782-0573 Adult Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Junior Church 11:15 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Childcare Provided Pastor Rev. Greg Calko Barrier Free

PRIMITIVE METHODIST 7872 Glenwood Ave. Boardman, OH 44512 330-726-2643

N h D Nathan Doyle, Lead Pastor Sun Worship Services 9am & 10:45am Wednesday Family Night 6pm

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Cemetery Lots

General Help

Belmont Cemetery - Section F, 6 plots, $615 ea., all 6 for $3600. 330-792-4079

Cleaners - part time, must have your own vehicle, valid drivers license, must be willing to work 25-30 hrs. per wk. thecleanteam365

Forest Lawn Cemetery 4 plots, $1600 for all 4. Call 330-502-2957 Want to buy a bike or have one to sell? Try Classified ads for the best results! Call (330) 746-6565.

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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OF YOUNGSTOWN REGISTRATION COORDINATOR PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT - SALARY: $33,280 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of five (5) years of work related to foreclosure cases, (2) years of rental/land contract related work experience of land use regulatory planning, including (2 years’ experience in code enforcement is required. Must possess or be able to secure a valid Ohio Driver’s license at time of employment. (For additional information please see City website at: All candidates for employment with the City of Youngstown must be a resident of Mahoning County or an Ohio County that is adjacent to Mahoning County at time of hire. Applications accepted at the Youngstown Civil service Commission Office, 7th Floor, City Hall, Youngstown, Ohio, from January 9, 2017, through January 19, 2017. Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Sell That Unwanted Item for QUICK CASH Using The Family Rate Plan $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ • Private party only • Only one item per ad • Excludes pets, garage • Must include price sales, real estate & • Prepayment required commercial items • Rate is non-refundable 3 Lines - 3 Days - $5.00 Each additional line is $1.75 3 Lines - 7 Days - $9.50 Each additional line is $3.00 3 Lines - 14 Days - $15.00 Each additional line is $3.00 Call Classifieds - 330-746-6565

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CLEANING PERSON needed 2 days per week Tuesdays & Thursdays in Canfield home. Must have references & must like dogs. Call 330-550-0276 to set up an interview

CDL A Drivers

TOW TRUCK OPERATOR Afternoon, Eve. & Midnight. Exp. preferred, but not necessary. Must have clean driving record & be able to pass a drug test & background screening. CDL a plus, but not required. Please apply on our website

Dancers Wanted Call The Palace 330-536-9266


Part-time, 16-24 hrs./wk. Afternoons, Eve. & Midnights only. Exp. preferred. Apply at: YOU CAN FIND A GOLDMINE IN OUR CLASSIFIED MERCHANDISE SECTIONS! CHECK THEM OUT WEEKLY FOR NEW AND UNIQUE ITEMS.

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53’ van, must have clean record, home most days. Great pay & bonus system. Call 330-518-4679 Drivers with 2 yrs. exp., pneumatic trailer exp. a plus. $1000 Sign On Bonus! Earning $2000/wk. Minimum of 21 days hauling sand. Call Moonraker, 330-373-6666, state you are applying for Shawn Drivers: CDL-A Truck Driver. Great Local Route! Get Home Daily, 100% No-Touch Freight. Call for Details 844-303-9802 Drivers: OTR & Dedicated Excellent Pay + Rider Program. Family Medical/Dental Benefits. Home Weekends Guaranteed. CDL-A, 1 yr. EXP. 877-758-3905

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MANUFACTURING Phillips Manufacturing is one of the nation’s largest exclusive drywall metals and vinyl manufacturers. We are currently accepting applications for the following:


Excellent opportunity for an experienced self-directed individual who has flexibility to rotate among shifts. Duties include trouble shoot and repair equipment such as metal forming equipment, punch presses, overhead cranes, forklifts and electrical panels. Position requires solid mechanical and electrical knowledge and experience. Must understand and interpret electrical diagrams/schematics. Additional requirements include, fabrication/welding, hydraulic/pneumatic M&R, knowledge of automotive type engines/drive trains and ability to use a computer. A competitive wage, a solid benefits package which includes medical and dental insurance, disability insurance, 401(k) plan, paid holidays, and paid time off is available for the chosen candidate. A pre-employment drug screen and physical is required and candidates must be able to lift 70lbs. Interested candidates can submit your resume on-line at:

504 Walnut Street, Niles, Ohio 4446 EOE

Health Care

Medical Claims Specialist

Part-time/Full time Youngstown Area Insurance verification/follow-up for a Rehab and Durable Medical equipment Company. Must have previous experience in front office and insurance followup. Fax resumes to Kathy: (330) 759-9677 E-mail: Attn: Office Equipment


East Liverpool City Hospital has an immediate opening for a full time Occupational Therapist. Ohio License required. No experience required. Please apply online at:

Rehab Aide

3-5 Days Greater Youngstown Area Looking for a positive, enthusiastic social employee willing to work in the outpatient pulmonary and physical therapy setting. Fax resumes to Kathy: (330) 759-9677 Email to:

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Part time - Midnight (10pm-6am) Shift Be part of a rewarding exp. assisting with the elderly. Must be self-motivated, compassionate and treat residents with dignity and respect. Prior exp. preferred. Apply in person at: 3150 S. Schenley Ave. Youngstown, OH 44511 or online at

“Trust The Name You Know”

RN Case Managers/HHAs Must have Home Care exp. Competitive wages. Noble Health Care 330-743-0200 Fax: 330-743-0202 E-mail:



Youngstown Air Base Part time including some weekends and holidays. Physical required. Apply online at:

Maintenance/ Janitorial

Apt. Maintenance Staff

Busy apt. management company adding staff! Great full time employment for people knowledgeable in all areas of plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc. Apply in person weekdays at Four Seasons Apts., 4222 New Rd., Leasing Office LOOKING FOR A BABY SITTER, TREE TRIMMER OR PLUMBER? Find these and many more services in our “CALL AN EXPERT” column.

January 14-20

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

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Historic downtown church seeks personable candidate to clean and maintain the building and, with the support of an assistant, to be responsible for security for various evening and weekend events. Knowledge of boilers, electrical and building systems useful. Hourly pay plus paid benefits. Please email your resume to: or fax to: 330-743-3176

Professional CAREER COACH - FULL TIME. Will provide and initiate client pre-employment career counseling, job development and retention services for contract clients. Facilitate and conduct outreach education initiatives throughout the community. Strong interpersonal communication and presentation skills. Ability to work independently and proven time management skills. Bachelor’s or in Human Services or related field. Three years of experience working with employment programming and career planning. Competitive salary and benefit package. For more information go to: and click on Employment Opportunities Send resume to: Box CWFD-CareerC Human Resources Compass Family and Community Services 535 Marmion Yo., OH 44502 No phone inquiries. EOE-M/F/H including persons with disabilities and veterans

RVT and Vet Assistant/ Receptionist

Searching for candidates with exceptional client service and technical skills. PT/FT. Some Sat. required. Veterinary experience required. Email resume to: Or fax to: 330-652-1932



Boardman/Poland area machine shop needs qualified Operator for both Mazak Lathe and Mazak Mill with Mazatrol Controls for afternoon shift. Minimum of 3 years experience on both machines is required. Starting wage is up to $20.00 per hour. We offer excellent benefits package with a fully paid health insurance plan and a 401(k) plan. Send resume with work history: H.R. Dept. MAZAK Lathe and Mill PO Box 14222 Poland, OH 44514


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.

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• New AND Used Dealer Inventory Updated daily! • For Sale By Owner Updated daily! • Build a custom New Car and have multiple local dealers compete for your business! • Or sell your own car! Skills/Trades

Has the following opportunities to join our salaried team at our Salem, OH manufacturing facility:

Production Leader/ Supervisor (2nd or 3rd shift) Shipping & Warehouse Coordinator (1st shift) American Standard offers a competitive salary based on experience and a comprehensive benefits package. Qualified candidates should e-mail their resume to:

Local Foundry Hiring:


(a variety of alloys/weld test performed)

-Manual Machinist

(set up and operation of conventional manual lathes & mills) Full time, day shift positions with benefits. Must be reliable and hard working, able to work in dusty environment, lift 100 lbs., pass pre-employment and random drug screening. Email resumes to: Recent applicants need not re-apply


RENTALS Apartments Unfurnished

Apartments Unfurnished

Columbiana - 303 Main St. 2nd Floor, 1-bdrm., 1-bath, liv. rm., kit., no pets, $450/mo. 330-758-8106. Yo. Upper South - 2 bdrm. upstairs unit, w/appliances, W. Ravenwood, $415 + gas, elec. & dep. 330-782-2449.

Houses For Rent Austintown - 4-Bdrm., 1 bath duplex, $750, Section 8 ok. Call 330-720-8706.


REAL ESTATE Houses For Sale Boardman - 890 Larkridge. $117,000 with land contract option, 1756 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 1.5 bath., new stainless appl. & new a/c Call Jeannine: 330-301-3345 Poland - 7049 Bishop Rd. $187,500, 2552 sq. ft., 4 bdrm., 1 full bath & 2 half baths, spacious kit., 2 fireplaces, built-in pool. Call Jeannine 330-301-3345

Building Materials


GIANT TILE SALE! 1/2 OFF Brand new 1st quality ceramic, porcelain, travertine, limestone, slate, marble & mosaic tiles. Over one million sq. ft. for sale. Call Don at 330-207-5428

Radio - Amateur Radio ICOM 737, PS55 power supply, Ameritron amplifier, ALS 600 with power supply, MFJ Versatuner III, model MFJ 962D, many extras, $600. Call 330-707-4511.


Woodburner - Berlin Center, Ohio, Empyre - 150-Outside woodburner. Owner can’t get wood anymore, good condition, $1500/offer. 330-547-2755, leave msg.

MINK COAT - Full length, chocolate, excellent, petite/ med., $1650. 330-726-4059

Furniture Bedroom Set - Oak full size, with mattress & springs, good condition, $450. Call 330-270-0757

Brownlee Woods - 4 bdrm. house, $575 + sec. deposit + util., gararge, quiet neighborhood. 330-881-1779.

Yo. South - 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath, $7000 cash or best offer. Call 330-990-7514

Canfield Schools - 4140 Tippecanoe. 3-Bdrm. ranch, 3bath, kit., din. rm., liv. rm., fam. rm., lg. backyard with covered porch, no pets, $950/mo. 330-758-8106

Condos For Sale

China Closet/Buffet Oak, 5’x5’, asking $200. Call 330-953-1011

Austintown - Cross Creek Condo, 3 bdrm., 3 bath, $150,000. Call 330-518-6082

Couch - Red floral, excellent condition, $200 or best offer. Call 330-519-8400

Lowellville - 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath, 1000 sq. ft., newly remodeled, 1st. floor laundry, all appliances, dbl. garage, $595. 330-727-0452.

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STUFF Antiques/Collectibles ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE Jan. 14 & 15 - CANTON, OH Stark County Fairgrounds Sat. 9-4; Sun. 10-4; Adm. $5 * Over 100 Quality Dealers * Free Appraisals & Parking * Earlybird Sat. 7AM/$7 I-77 to exit #106, 13th St. 1 mi. W. to 305 Wertz Ave. 330-794-9100



Refrigerator - Whirlpool, white, good condition, no frost, energy efficient, auto. ice maker tray, $350. Call 330-259-7229

Boardman - 2 bdrm., $525 + elec. Poland schools. Call 330-758-5599.


Baby Items


Boardman - 6-plex, all appl., newly refurbished, $495/ mo., heat & water paid. Call 330-774-4718/330-758-0401


Crib - Brand new, still in box, Fisher Price, mocha color, $100. 330-518-6404.

Canfield - 121 W. Main St., Apt. A. 1-Bdrm., 1-bath, kit., din. rm., liv. rm., lg. backyard, no pets, $450/mo. 330-758-8106




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Sporting/Exercise Equipment Pool Table - 6ft., slate, & access., very good condition, $400. 330-568-7088 RIFLE - FN/AR308. New, many extras, $1650 firm. Call 330-727-7352

Wanted to Buy

Kitchen Table & Chairs Glass, 48” round wrought iron with 4 wrought iron & leather chairs with matching baker’s rack, $400. Call 330-757-2797

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

MATTRESS KING - $75, any size set & up. 6534 Market. Call 330-758-3217


Sofa - blue & cream floral & dark blue chair, excellent condition, no smoking, no pets, $150. 330-793-2203

Medical Equipment Lift chair - burgundy color, excellent condition, $375. Call 330-502-7905

Lawn/Garden Equipment Snow thrower - Craftsman 2-stage, 22”, elec. start, 1spd. forward, self propelled, excellent condition, $325. Call 330-207-0998 Snowblower - Toro, 4.5 hp., gas, pull or elec. start, $100. S - O - L - D ! Do you have toys, antiques, bicycles, jewelry or other items that you would like to sell? Call 746-6565 to place your Classified ad today!


Cats KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352 Persian Kitten - female, CFA reg., 14 wks., vet checked, both parents champion bloodlines, asking $400. Call 330-727-0889.

Dogs Tiny Yorkies, Maltepoo, AKC Huskies, AKC English Bulldogs, Shih-Tzu, ShihChon, Chihuahua, MaltiChon, Shih-Poo, Mal-Shih, Yorkie-Poo. CC, cash or easy financing on 1560 E. Liberty St. Girard, off Belmont Ave. 330-259-1286

Free Pets NOTICE: Screen respondents carefully when giving away animals.


AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles Chevrolet Cobalt - 2005 2-dr., 104,000 mi., original owner, great condition, $3000. Call 330-534-7706. Chevrolet Impala - 2003 55,000 mi. (less than 4000 mi./yr.), power windows, locks, tilt, cruise, delay, AM/FM/cassette/CD player, newer tires, new ceramic front brakes, $4100/offer. Call after 10 a.m. 330-720-7567 Chrysler 300 - 2001, silver, black leather int., 190,000 mi., asking $2450/offer. Call 330-550-4903. Ford Fusion SE - 2011 110,000 mi., drives like new, $4800. 330-716-4761

Carpet/Floor Covering

Electrical Work

Carpets by  Jim Dunn  All brands, sales, installation, restretching & repairs. 35 Yrs.+ Exp. 330-550-8649

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

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

Ford Tauras SEL - 2002 139,000 mi., drives excellent, good condition, $1995. 330-534-3445

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Sell That Unwanted Item for QUICK CASH Using The Family Rate Plan $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Honda Civic LX - 2010 108,000 mi., newer tires, battery & brakes, $5500. S-O-L-D! HONDA ACCORD SE - 1997 4 cyl., auto., no rust, $1999 or best offer. 330-559-1246. BRITTAIN Chevrolet. 57 E. Martin St., E. Palestine, OH. Local 1-800-589-7970

SUVs Hyundai Santa Fe - 2004 4WD, loaded, new Michelin tires, battery, very nice & clean, runs perfect, $3700. Call 724-652-7372


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

• Private party only • Only one item per ad • Excludes pets, garage • Must include price sales, real estate & • Prepayment required commercial items • Rate is non-refundable 3 Lines - 3 Days - $5.00 Each additional line is $1.75 3 Lines - 7 Days - $9.50 Each additional line is $3.00 3 Lines - 14 Days - $15.00 Each additional line is $3.00 Call Classifieds - 330-746-6565

Chevrolet Colorado - 2008 4x4, 96,000 mi., $6700. Call 330-518-4390 Chevrolet Avalanche - 2002 4x4, 125,000 mi., tires fair, minor rust, $3500. Call 330-997-0055

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