Boardman Neighbors - March 31, 2018

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Lunch event empowers local business women


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Days of learning

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The empowerment brunch, titled “I Get it From My Muvva,� featured four panelists who shared their thoughts on starting a business and how to help the community. Pictured are, from left, Royce Earls of Royal Hair Treatment in Columbus, Lauren McKenzie of Challenged Society clothing line, Britney Robinson of Nails by Binq and Brenda Rich of Rich Hair Brand in Youngstown.


Tournament raises funds for heart association


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Glenwood Junior High School competed in a week-long basketball tournament to raise money for the American Heart Association through their Hoops for Heart program. Pictured are the teams that won the tournament, with the seventhgrade team in black and eighth-grade team in maroon.



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Adoptable Pets of the Week MARCH Neighbors serves the towns of Boardman, Austintown, Canfield and Poland and is published every Saturday in The Vindicator. It also is distributed free to nonsubscribers in those towns. If you have a news story, we would be interested in hearing from you. You may email us at You can send mail to Neighbors, P.O. Box 780, Youngstown, OH 44501. Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for any material that is to be returned. Items may also be picked up at our offices. For news submissions, you may also call us at 330-740-2965. For delivery, call 330-746-6561. For advertising inquiries, call 330-747-1471 ext. 1216.

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Liz Danyi will be the guest speaker that evening. Her program will be about her trip to Africa. Members are asked to bring a bag of sugar which will be donated to the Rescue Mission. for the month are Debbie Knitting guild to meet on Hostesses Chop, Maureen Kordupel and DebApril 10 bie Weaver. The Boardman Poland JuThe Western Reserve Knitting Guild nior Women’s League is open to all women older than 18, residing in Mawill meet on April 10 at 7 p.m. at the honing, Trumbull and Columbiana Rotary Community Building in Fair counties who are interested in friendPark in Canfield. There will be a proship, fun and community involvement. gram by Kay Thompson from Knit Wit Their mission is to provide a creative Knits and also a trunk show. Anyone outlet for women interested in prointerested in joining the group or doviding community service in areas of nating yarn for their charity work can arts, conservation, education, home contact life, international affairs and public affairs. Women interested in joining or Blood drive to be at the receiving more information can conlibrary tact membership chairperson Sperry The Mahoning Chapter of the Rongone at 330-770-3880. American Red Cross will be at the Easter brunch at the Boardman library on April 23 from 1:30-6:30 p.m. taking blood donations gardens to help serve the community. For apFellows Riverside Gardens will be pointments, call 1-800-RED-CROSS hosting an Easter Brunch by Inspired (1-800-733-2767). Catering by Kravitz on April 1 an noon BPJWL to meet on April or 3 p.m. The cost is $28 for adults, $15 for children ages 12-4 and free for 2 children under 4-years of age. ReserThe next meeting of the GFWC vations are required by calling KravOhio Boardman Poland Junior Womitz’s Garden Cafe at 330-779-8201. en’s League will be on April 2 at 7 p.m. Join game night for adults at Glenellen, located at 9661 Market St. in North Lima. League members Play the hand you’re dealt of cards will be preparing for a raffle based on (Rummy), dice (Farkle) and Scrabble the Ohio Lottery. Tickets are $5 and at the Boardman library on April 26 at are available from any league mem7 p.m. Bring a friend or two and join ber. Tickets are on sale now and will them on the fourth Thursday of the be based on the daily straight nummonth for snacks and bragging rights ber evening drawing starting in May. in this one hour program for adults.



Meet March! March is a female, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair who is estimated to be 5-yearsold. March has been at Angels for Animals since March 2 and is eager to meet her forever family soon. Could March be the perfect new addition to your family? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours for more information.

This gorgeous dog is named Foxy! Foxy is a male, brown Australian Cattle Dog mix who is estimated to be about 2-years-old. Foxy has been at Angels for Animals since March 4. Would you like more information on Foxy? 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.



Which type of cuisine is your favorite when eating out?

Do you play April Fool’s Day practical jokes?

Something similar to what I eat at home. 25% Something spicy or sweet. 0%

Rich foods with lots Yes - I play them every year. 0% of flavors. 50% Yes - I usually don’t, but I want Anything new or unfamiliar to to this year. 0% me. 25%

No - I have in the past, but don’t really anymore. 33% No - I don’t play practical jokes. 66%



What is the longest road trip you have ever taken?

Does your family take holiday-themed portraits?

I haven’t taken a road trip before. 0%

To another state within the county. 40%

Yes - We take them for every holiday. 0%

No - We haven’t for a long time. 0%

To another city within the state. 0%

I have driven across the country or beyond. 60%

Yes - But only once per year or so. 0%

No - We aren’t interested in that. 100%



How many times have you moved?

What was your favorite movie to release this month?

Very frequently throughout my life.

Once or twice, but not too far away.

Pacific Rim Uprising.

Sherlock Gnomes.

A few times for major events.

I have never really moved anywhere else.

A Wrinkle in Time.


Ready Player One.

Visit to vote.

Visit to vote.



Will you plant a garden this spring?

How often do you go out to eat?

Yes - I plant one every spring. Yes - I will if I have the time.

No - I would like to, but I can’t this year. No - I don’t garden.

Visit to vote.

All the time.

Once per week or so.

Maybe one meal per day.

Almost never.

Visit to vote.



Legos at the library Meet and enjoy creating Lego designs at the Boardman library on April 14 at 10 a.m. Legos will be provided for this program for children who are ages 6 and up.



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Blood Pressure Screening at the library The Mahoning Chapter of the American Red Cross will be set up for a blood pressure screening at the Boardman library on April 2 from 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Business workshop presented at the library This workshop provides the basics to understand every section of a business plan through resources of the library. The program will be at the Boardman library on April 21 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. To register, call 330-7448636 and ask for information services or register online using the events calendar. This class is for adults.

Boardman Park’s community garden to start planting While it may still be too early for digging and planting it’s not too early to join the community garden and start planning what fresh vegetables will be on your dinner table this summer. Whether you have a green thumb and are an experienced gardener or whether you are a beginner, community gardens allow you to experience the joys of gardening, promote healthy eating habits and build new relationships with others in the community. The garden is located at the Historic Southern Stables on Washington Boulevard. Registration for the 10 feet by 20 feet garden plots begins on April 2 at the Boardman Park Office, located at 375 Boardman-Poland Road, and are available for a fee of $25. Your fee includes the garden plot, water and periodic classes/instructions on gardening. Due to the limited number of plots available, registration is limited to Boardman residents only. Garden season begins May 1 and runs through Nov. 15. For more information, visit the park office or call 330-726-8105.

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Eartha Terrell and Britney Bradley organized a empowerment brunch on March 17 for local community members at Bradley’s business, B’s Boutique. Pictured are, from left, Terrell and Bradley.

The empowerment brunch, titled “I Get it From My Muvva,” featured four panelists who shared their thoughts on starting a business and how to help the community. Pictured are, from left, Royce Earls of Royal Hair Treatment in Columbus, Lauren McKenzie of Challenged Society clothing line, Britney Robinson of Nails by Binq and Brenda Rich of Rich Hair Brand in Youngstown.

Women empower attendees at special brunch By ZACK SHIVELY

B’s Bout ique hoste d a n empowerment presentation called “I Get It From My Muvva,” which featured a panel of prominent African-American women in the beauty profession, on March 17. Britney Bradley, owner of the boutique, and Eartha Terrell created the event and invited the panelists. Their brunch had decorations, treats and drinks from other African-American women throughout the community. Each of the panelists introduced themselves and gave the attendees some sample beauty products. “We want to shift a paradigm of women around here to empower them to follow their own passions,” said Terrell. She and Bradley made the event to help others in the area network and gain inspiration from other professionals in the area. Terrell and Bradley went to high school together. Though

they followed separate paths, they both ended up having their paths cross again. They have recently began collaborating together, and they plan to have multiple events like this one. Terrell always had an interest in beauty. After graduating college, she began writing freelance pieces for publications like Sheen Magazine. She currently still works with b e a u t y pu b l i c a t i on s a nd brands, such as and Camille Rose Naturals, and runs her own blog and website at Bradley always had an aptitude for fashion; she had been named best dressed in high school, as Terrell pointed out. She began selling clothes from a suitcase two years ago to start her own business. She moved her boutique into the space at 6418 Market Street more than a year ago. When she first opened, Terrell wrote a piece on her for a magazine, creating the bond they have now.

Neit her Terrell nor Bradley have any formal business training. Bot h of t hem work ot her jobs in addition to their own brands and planning for collaboration. They invited Lauren McKenzie of Challenged Society clothing line, Britney Robinson of Nails by Binq, Brenda Rich of Rich Hair Brand (Next Level of Hair) and Royce Earls of Royal Hair Treatment in Columbus to speak as panelists. Each of the women on the panel owned their own business. They spoke about creating a stronger community, collaborating and creating networks to help foster success. Terrell asked them questions to further their discussion. The panelists all spoke about motivating, such as Robinson saying “empower and never outshine” and McKenzie telling the attendees to not to “wait for the opportunity to come” and instead “create the opportunity.” Rich said she wanted to help

build the community back up and be a part of Youngstown’s revitalization. Earls even brought her intern with her to the event, so she could hear from the other women speaking at the event. Earls wants to help her intern with everything because she wants to build the next generation to be better. Terrell, Bradley and the four panelists all stressed the importance of collaboration and reaching out and making connections in business. To foster these connections, Terrell and Bradley plan to have events like these multiple times throughout the year. To know when the next event will be or to reach out to Terrell or Bradley, visit their social media profiles. Terrell can be reached at her website, @ muvvaearth on Facebook and @muv va _eart h and @muvva_earthalife on Instagram. Bradley can be contacted on her website thebsboutique. com, @bsboutique on Facebook and @bsboutique88 on Instagram.

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Park to host day camp during summer Boardman Park’s Adventure Day Camp will soon begin. The goal of the camp is to offer young minds the opportunity to explore their imaginations, discover physical fitness, expand their knowledge of sports and develop a growing sense of adventure through diverse activities. The curriculum is designed to be age appropriate, educational and fun as the children participate in a daily schedule of arts and crafts, team building, creative arts, science

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The Boardman Glenwood Junior High School drama club presented Disney’s “Aladdin JR” on March 15. Disney’s “Aladdin JR” is an adaptation of the 1992 Academy-Award winning film and the 2014 hit Broadway show.



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The transitional kindergarten students at The Early Childhood Learning Center at St. Luke celebrated their 100 Day of School with a party. Each child wore a personalized t-shirt designed by their teacher, Shelley Sikich. They had a “100” themed snack, a special lunch and at the end of the day each child presented their 100 items. Pictured are, Lucy Booms, Clark Whitmore, Drake Vlosich, Sawyer Simerlink, Hayden Smolko, Brinn Gerber, Zachary Schorsten, Emma Roberts, Sofia Vera, Sophia Brocious, Carter Olmi, Louie Schiavoni.


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Baby Brilliant offers playtime at the library Prepare for Kindergarten through play at the Boardman library on April 18 at 10 a.m. They will read a story and have fun with developmentally appropriate games and activities that you can do with your child to help them get ready for Kindergarten. This program is for ages 2-6 and all children under seven must be accompanied by an adult. Neighbors | Zack Shively

Glenwood Junior High School competed in a week-long basketball tournament to raise money for the American Heart Association through their Hoops for Heart program. Pictured are the teams that won the tournament, with the seventh-grade team in black and eighth-grade team in maroon.

Students hoop it up to raise money for American Heart Association By ZACK SHIVELY

Glenwood Junior High School had their second annual weeklong Hoops for Heart fundraiser, which culminated in a basketball game between the students and teachers on Feb. 23. The proceeds of the event all went toward the American Heart Association. The organization offers information on Hoops for Heart and Jump Rope for Heart events nationally. Physical education teachers Danielle Siembida and Nick Liste organized the event for the school. Principal Bart Smith said the event gave the students the chance to give back to a national organization while having fun for a good cause. Smith played against the students with the team of teachers for the event. The students created a five person tea m consisting of members from their grade level. The school had eleven teams overall, with each team having three boys and two girls and a maximum of three basketball players per team. The teams competed in a tournament throughout the week during the school’s “Spartan Success“ period, which is similar to a study hall period. The best team in seventh- and

eighth-grade combined to compete against the teachers at the end of the school day at the end of the week. All students reported to the gymnasium to watch the teachers and students compete. The teams played four quarters, with the seventh grade playing the first and third quarters and the eighth playing the second and fourth. The teachers substituted throughout the game.

Neither team took the game too seriously, and the teachers’ team won. The students paid for their teams. Individual students paid to compete in a three point tournament where they shot ten basketballs from behind the three point line. They also sold shirts for the event. Others donated for a dress down day where they could dress in sweatpants or pajamas.

Smart money story time at the library Celebrate Money Smart Week with stories, games and a craft at the Boardman library April 25 at 10 a.m. This program is for children of all ages and allowed only one bank per child who is attending the program. Children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult.

I read YA book club to meet Adult fans of Young Adult Literature, this book club is for you. Talk about why you like YA at the Boardman library on April 16 at 6:30 p.m. This month they will be discussing “Winter Girls” by Laurie Halse Anderson.


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Boardman Park had a Father Daughter Dance in the Lariccia Family Community Center on six nights, Feb. 9, 10, 15,16, 17 and 18. The night included dinner, photos and a dance. Pictured are fathers and daughters, from left and moving clockwise, Glenn Barnett, Amilia Johnson, Greg Smith, Jenna Smith, Angelee Blasko, Brian Blasko and Natalie Blasko. 235 E. Rt. • 1622 E. Market St. • 1220 Boardman Canfield Rd. • 630 Gypsy Ln.

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Father-Daughter dance a continued success By ZACK SHIVELY

Boardman Park celebrated their 15th annual Father Daughter Dance night on Feb. 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 and 18 at the Lariccia Family Community Center. The park sold out five of the six nights of the event. They provided food, dancing and pictures for the families. “It’s a great way for dads to do something special,“ said Recreation Director Karen McCallum about the event. She said the success of the event is a testament for how dads in the area value family. The park provided a dinner of chicken tenders, pasta, mashed potatoes, rolls and salad and a table with cookies and cupcakes for dessert. In the activities room, a couple could take their own photos at a photo booth and another photo area, as well as go to another area for a professional photo. The park invited performer Joe Sullivan to make balloon art and entertain the young children. The activities room also housed the dance floor. A DJ played music for the couples to dance. At the end of the event, the fathers and daughters participated in the rose ceremony, where each daughter received a rose and the couples danced to “My Girl“ by The Temptations. “Seeing the fathers with their daughters is a beautiful thing,“ said Glenn Barnett, a father at

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Many families have gone to Boardman Park’s Father Daughter Dance for many years and some have made a tradition out of the event. Natalee Caldwell, pictured with her father Kevin Caldwell, received a new dress for her birthday and the dance each of the four years she has gone.

the program. He has attended the six times and said that the fathers always have fun. Over time, the fathers get to know each other and will greet each other at the event. He comes every year for his daughter’s birthday and said his favorite part is the last dance. McCallum said the dance has become a tradition for many families. Some of the daughters have been to five or six dances. She also spoke about fathers becoming friends over time, as she noticed that many fathers will start to show up to the event in groups. Natalee Caldwell and her fa-

ther Kevin are one of the families that have created a tradition around the event. She has gone to the event four years in a row. Each year, her mother buys her a dress for her birthday to wear at the event. She likes dancing at the event and said she enjoys spending time with her father. Each night saw around 105 people each night, with some fathers bringing multiple daughters to the event. The program was for daughters between ages 5-12. The Emerging Leaders group from Boardman High School volunteered at the event and helped the Boardman Park staff.


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LEFT: To celebrate Catholic Schools Week, the Early Childhood Learning Center at Holy Family had a beach party. Pictured is Natalia Diorio playing in sandbox while sitting on a surf board. Neighors | Submitted

BELOW: The pre-kindergarten class at The Early Childhood Learning Center at Holy Family celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a beach party. The children wore their beach clothing and accessories to school. They played in the sand, did the limbo, ran sack races and played with hula hoops. They also did Octopus Math, read about the ocean and learned why it is important to use sunscreen. Before going home, they enjoyed a summer snack. Pictured are Kate Taylor, Iraklis Mihas, Kendra Schrickel, Teacher Maria Hayes, Cassidy Colton, Teacher Lauren Mark, Natalia Diorio, Sienna Clautti, Isabella Krell and Benjamin Denniso.



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Boardman Optimist Club recently awarded the winners of its annual essay contest with a presentation at Boardman High School’s library. Optimist Club President Sgt. Chuck Hillman and Nancy Hildebrand presented certificates and Barnes and Noble gift-cards to three Boardman High School juniors, Mia Lewis (first place), Christina LaRocca (second place) and Isabella Nordquist (third place). As the first place winner, Lewis’s essay will advance to the Ohio District Level of the contest for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship. The topic of this year’s essay was “Can Society Function Without Respect?”

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POLICE BLOTTER March 16 Criminal damaging: A Gillian Lane man saw that someone in a vehicle had run over his trash can. Drugs: Officers in the 7400 block of Glenwood Avenue pulled over and charged Melissa A. Manley, 35, of Boardman, with possessing drug-abuse instruments, related to a search warrant at her Brookfield Avenue residence. Theft: Struthers police handed Norma J. Esposito, 68, to Boardman authorities. Esposito, of Riley Avenue, Struthers, was charged with stealing $200 worth of earrings March 11 from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road. Arrest: A vehicle check on Southern Boulevard led to the arrest of Ashley M. Del Leon, 29, of East Lucius Avenue, Youngstown, on a charge of obstructing official business after police alleged Del Leon had provided intentionally misleading information during a Dec. 30, 2017, investigation of an illegally parked vehicle at a township bowling establishment. Criminal mischief: A Bristlewood Drive man reported several bags of leaves, sticks and other debris had been dumped and scattered in his yard. Drugs: A traffic stop near Southern Boulevard resulted in a felony drug-abuse charge against Jarvis S. Sanders, 37, of Gordon Street, Campbell. Sanders had in his pocket a bag that contained Xanex pills with no prescription, a report said. Theft: A man discovered a hammer drill and a sweeper missing from his Shields Road apartment. Theft: Police charged Mariah L. Jordan, 25, of West Heights Boulevard, Youngstown, with intentionally failing to self-scan $85 worth of baby clothing while in Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. Theft: Michelle L. O’Donahue, 44, of East Midlothian Boulevard, Youngstown, was charged in the theft of $509 worth of merchandise that included clothing from Kohl’s. March 17 Arrest: Officers responded to a possible underage party on Alverne Drive before charging a 17-year-old Poland boy with obstructing official business and resisting arrest. Citation: Authorities manning an Operating a Vehicle Impaired checkpoint at Market Street and Overhill Road cited Javone Q.M. Provitt, 21, of Wick Street Southeast, Warren, on a charge of having a bag of suspected marijuana. Drugs: Alonzo J. Clark, 22, of West Avondale Avenue, Youngstown, faced a felony charge of trafficking in drugs after he was stopped in a sobriety checkpoint at Market Street and Overhill Road. Clark had a bag with eight individually wrapped bags of suspected marijuana he admitted he sells for $10 per bag, police alleged. Assault/aggravated menacing: A township man told police that during an altercation at a South Avenue big-box store, another man pushed him, then threatened to kill the accuser, apparently after the victim cursed and pointed his finger at the second man’s wife who had stepped between them. Theft: A Poland woman reported a $160 pair of her child’s shoes was stolen from near a concession area at a Tiffany Boulevard business. Burglary/auto theft: To an apartment in the 5100 block of Shields Road via the front door, from which a series of personal checks was taken. The burglar also reportedly stole the victim’s 2005 Toyota Corolla. Citation: Authorities at an OVI checkpoint at Market Street and Overhill Road cited Tyree M. Tarver, 20, of Ohio Avenue, Youngstown, on a marijuana-possession charge. Criminal damaging: After pulling him over near Brookwood Road, officers took Javon L. Williams, 25, into custody. Williams, of Lakewood Avenue, Youngstown, was wanted on an Austintown warrant charging him with criminal damaging.

Drugs: After stopping their car near Doral Drive, authorities charged Joshua D. Baker, 35, and Eileen M. Schmidt, 47, both of Park Avenue, East Palestine, with drug abuse as well as possessing dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia. Baker, who also was wanted on a warrant, had a bag with one over-the-counter pill for which he had no prescription, a hypodermic needle and a spoon with burn marks common in drug use; Schmidt had two suspected crack-cocaine pipes, two paper bindles of suspected cocaine and a bag of suspected cocaine, police alleged. Theft: A man discovered his wallet missing while patronizing a South Avenue grocery store. Burglary: Someone forcibly entered a home in the 1800 block of Lynn Mar Avenue via a rear door, though it was undetermined if anything was taken. Domestic violence: Authorities phone booked Justin J. Harrison, 30, of Saranac Avenue, Youngstown, on charges of domestic violence and making domestic-violence threats after his girlfriend alleged Harrison had assaulted and threatened her at a restaurant just off U.S. Route 224. Arrest: Police on Market Street pulled over then charged Roger A. Kennedy of Vienna Avenue, Niles, with operating a vehicle impaired. Kennedy, 56, registered a 0.084 blood-alcohol content, which is slightly higher than Ohio’s 0.08 legal intoxication limit, a report stated. Breaking and entering: Someone entered a shed in the 900 block of Pearson Circle, though it appeared nothing was stolen. Citation: Police responded to an argument at a Willow Drive residence, where they wrote a minor-misdemeanor citation charging Cindy J. Campbell, 52, of Willow, Boardman, with disorderly conduct. Campbell, who was intoxicated, caused a scene, a report said. March 18 Arrest: Mill Creek MetroParks authorities arrested William F. Farragher, 63, of Griswold Drive, Boardman, on a charge of operating a vehicle impaired. Farragher was then transported to the Boardman Police Department to be given a Breathalyzer test, but refused to provide a breath sample, a report showed. Burglary: To an apartment in the 5500 block of West Boulevard through a rear sliding-glass door, though it appeared nothing was missing. Drugs: Sheldon M. McCallum of Peace Avenue, Warren, was charged with drug abuse (marijuana) and possessing drug paraphernalia after having been pulled over near Market Street. McCallum, 27, had a bag of suspected marijuana and a scale, a report said. Drugs: Police conducting a traffic stop near Indianola Road charged Ryan M. Horschar, 21, of East Main Street, Washingtonville, with possessing drug-abuse instruments after alleging Horschar had a hypodermic needle and a bowl with suspected marijuana residue. March 19 Arrest: Officers were dispatched to a business in the 600 block of Boardman-Canfield Road to handle a complaint regarding a possibly intoxicated man, where they charged Terry L. Lascola Jr., 35, with disorderly conduct. Lascola, of Donley Drive, New Castle, Pa., engaged in loud, disruptive behavior, then failed to desist, authorities alleged. Assault: An Afton Avenue woman alleged her boyfriend had grabbed and choked her during an argument about their relationship.

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The Ursuline Center had their annual Valentine’s Day Dinner on Feb. 13. The night included food and entertainment.

Ursuline Center shows community love By ZACK SHIVELY

The Ursuline Center hosted its eleventh annual Valentine’s Dinner on Feb. 13 to raise funds for the Ursuline Center Ministries. The proceeds for the dinner went toward the Ursuline Sisters HIV/AIDS, the Beatitude House and Ursuline’s preschool and kindergarten programs. The night included dinner, dessert and entertainment. Mary Assion, the chairperson for the event, said they normally have the dinner on Valentine’s Day, but the holiday fell on Ash Wednesday this year, so they decided to have the dinner the

night before. Each attendee paid $26 for the event. The Center had a number of door prizes and a 50/50 raffle at the door. The couples then sat at their designated table and began eating the fruit and cracker appetizers and getting drinks, which included soda, coffee, wine and water. The servers then gave the couples salads between the appetizers and dinner. The Broad Street Diner in Canfield provided the dinner for the event. The dinner included Chicken Fran ßaise, pasta, green beans and rolls. After the dinner, the servers handed out a chocolate mousse dessert donated by Linnea’s in Kent. Sister

Patricia McNicholas read Joyce Rupp’s poem “Will You be My Valentine?“ as a prayer before the dinner. Austintown’s Party On store donated balloons, centerpieces and decorations for the event. The pink and red decorations fit with Valentine’s Day theme. Those at the dinner continued the theme in their wardrobes, many wearing red dresses or ties. The night ended with entertainment. Boardman’s Singers and Chorale entertained the attendees at the dinner. The Singers, an all-female chorus, performed first, then the mixedgender chorale sang. Linda Smrek directed both choirs.

Pinwheels for Prevention community event set The 13th annual Pinwheels for Prevention community event is slated for April 13 at 1 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Boardman, located at 7410 South Ave. Pinwheels for Prevention is offered in conjunction with National Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month in April. Its aim is to raise awareness of the importance and the need for families and communities to work together to be vigilant and report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. The annual event is coordinated by Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley’s Child Advocacy Center

and Mahoning County Children Services. The program features keynote speaker David Kohout, founder of Talk Is Cheap and author of “Standing in the Presence of Greatness: Discover Seven Real Life Accounts of Greatness Along My Journey Thus Far,” the Boardman High School jazz band and the awarding of the annual Community Spotlight Award. The Spotlight Award is presented to an individual or organization who has demonstrated continued commitment and community service to Mahoning County children.

“Everybody’s responsible for speaking up on behalf of abused or neglected children,” said Andrea Mistovich, Child Advocacy Center coordinator, Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley. “If you have even an inkling, speak out. You might be the only one who does.” The event is free, but reservations are required by emailing Andrea Mistovich at or Jennifer Kollar at jennifer. The event is funded in part by the Carter and Carol Lewis Family Child Advocacy fund.



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Boardman Elementary students celebrated 100 Days of Learning in all kinds of ways the first full week of February. Some dressed the part of 100-year-old Spartans, some d e c or a t e d or c ou nt e d a t learning stations and others enjoyed a balloon drop and made “100” themed crowns. All of them had fun. “My first-graders counted to 100 to build up the excitement before we let t he ba l loons loose for the balloon drop,” said Robinwood Elementary teacher Tiffany Rowe. “We set up learning stations, and even a photo booth with props to mark our 100th day.” Students at West Boulevard Elementary also enjoyed pretending to be 100 while other Neighbors | Submitted students chose to make shirts West Boulevard teacher Dana Rodgers dressed up as if she were 100-yearscelebrating being 100 days old with students Aurora Nessle and Juliana Replogle to celebrate 100 Days smarter. of Learning.

Criminal damaging: Bruce L. Meyers, 23, who listed addresses on Marion Street in Struthers and West Avondale Avenue in Youngstown, surrendered on a criminal-damaging charge. Earlier this month, a property manager with Travelers Inn, 6110 Market St., entered the room in which Meyers had stayed and discovered a TV was forcibly removed from a wall and other damage that came to $673, a report stated. Theft: Terry L. Carter, 58, of West Ravenwood Avenue, Youngstown, was charged in the theft of seven packages of men’s socks from Burlington Coats, 529 Boardman-Canfield Road. Domestic violence: Christian M.R. Elford, 21, of Leighton Avenue, Boardman, was charged with the crime after his fiancée alleged that during an argument, Elford had grabbed her arm and shoved her into a wall. He also ripped a phone from the accuser’s hands as she tried to call 911, a report showed. Theft: Officers charged Roy R. Mauro, 80, of Grandview Road, Lake Milton, with stealing 11 items, including pork chops, from Marc’s, 7121 Tiffany Blvd. Citation: An unattended vehicle in the 7100 block of Market Street caught


officers’ attention before they handed a minor-misdemeanor citation to Kenny C. McClelland Jr., 28, charging the Alliance man with having pieces of suspected marijuana in an electronic smoking device. Indecency: An employee with a BoardmanCanfield Road care facility alleged a co-worker had pulled down his pants and exposed himself to her. Theft/unauthorized use of a vehicle: A man who reported two pieces of jewelry stolen from his Argyle Avenue home also found out a 2016 Mitsubishi sport utility vehicle he had loaned another person was in an accident in Coitsville. Theft/forgery: A Roche Way woman discovered a man had stolen and forged three of her checks, evidently to pay his bills. Theft: A man reportedly stole $200 worth of baby clothing from Burlington Coats. Theft: An Arden Boulevard woman alleged her former boyfriend removed three firearms from a safe in her residence. Arrest: Oksana K. Wajda, 28, who listed Youngstown addresses on Cambridge and Overland avenues, was arrested during a traffic stop on Southern Boulevard. She was wanted on a probation-violation warrant from Liberty Township. Stolen property: A customer found a purse that was left at Home Depot, 7001 Southern Blvd., and reportedly contained Ohio identification cards thought to have been stolen from several people.




Canfield Presbyterian Church

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Robinwood Elementary first-graders Adelynne Ganser, Myah Soares and Gianna Sheppard pose at the 100th Day photo booth for 100 Days of Learning.

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

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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West Boulevard Elementary second-graders dressed up to look 100-yearsold for 100 Days of Learning. Pictured, from left, are Logan Marciano, Luke Owens, Isabella Culp, Payton Ramos, Annabelle Breese and Daniel Milush.


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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

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

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Special Notices

General Help CLEANERS NEEDED - Canfield, Boardman & Streetsboro areas. 877-704-6701.


GRAND OPENING Monday, April 2 Shaffer Rare Coins

6261 Yo. Warren Rd. Suite 220, Niles, OH (previously Dave’s Coins, Stamps and Collectibles) Mon.-Fri. 10-5; Sat. 9-12


Cemetery Lots Green Haven - 2 plots, side by side, with vaults, inside The Cross. Valued at $3300, asking $2600. 281-451-5551 Green Haven - 2 spaces, Garden of Love, $2400. Call 330-720-0160 Green Haven - One side by side crypt, Level 2, Chapel of Meditation, no other crypts like this available. Call 330-398-9806 Tod Cemetery - 1 plot in Block 5, plot 291, $400. Call 513-266-2517

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.

Direct Care Staff Assisting clients with special needs. Please apply in person at: 57 Westchester Dr. Austintown, OH 44515

Graphic Designer

Part-time Graphic Designer needed to design brochures, logos, marketing materials and advertisements. You will need to be creative, organized, able to multitask, manage and meet multiple concurrent deadlines in a fast paced environment. Good communication skills and proficiency with Creative Suite a plus. Please send resume to: The Vindicator Attn. Creative Manager P.O. Box 780 Youngstown, OH 44501

Shinglers & Laborers

for roofing, must have own transporation. Also looking for Roofing Crews. Must have insurance. Call John, 330-559-7599 Moving from the area? Log onto to keep in touch!

General Help

General Help

Datco Manufacturing LLC is now accepting applications for general LABOR paint line positions. Interested applicants can apply at: 4605 Lake Park Rd Youngstown, OH 44512 Starting rate: $10.25/hour A pre-employment physical and drug screen will be required. Previous applicants need not apply! Please, No Telephone Calls Equal Opportunity Employer

NEW WAGE INCREASE!!!! CONSUMER SUPPORT SERVICES, INC. now accepting applications/resumes for DIRECT CARE STAFF to care for adults with developmental disabilities in Mahoning County. Full and Part Time positions available. Must be able to work weekends and evenings. Must pass background check and drug test. Must provide the following at the time of interview: Valid Driver’s License, Auto Insurance, High School Diploma/GED, Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, and Direct Deposit Information. Please apply in person at: 909 Sahara Trail, Ste. A Youngstown, OH 44514 Or call 330-787-0730 to schedule an interview.

General Help

NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION The Civil Service Commission of Canfield will be testing for the following position at 7:00 P.M. on May 9, 2018 at Canfield Rotary Community Building, 320 Oak Street, Canfield, Ohio.

May 9, 2018 - PUBLIC WORKS LABORER - $20/hr. A fee of $20 to cover costs of the test and administration is required to be submitted with the completed applications. Specific information and applications are available at the Clerk’s Office of the City of Canfield, City Hall, 104 Lisbon Street, Canfield, Ohio from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Applications will be accepted beginning on March 19, 2018. Last day for filing is Noon on May 2, 2019. For further information, call 330-533-1101

Health Care

Health Care

Multiple Positions Available! Guardian Health Care Center is seeking compassionate individuals to assist the elderly in the following positions: RNs and LPNs: Afternoon shift, full & part time STNAs: Midnight shift, full and part time Dietary Aide: Flexible shifts, part time Housekeeper: Flexible shifts, full time Sign on bonuses are being offered to Nurse Aides, LPNs and RNs hired to work 24-40 hours per week! Apply in person at: 1735 Belmont Ave. Youngstown, OH 44504 Phone: 330-743-1393 Or online at: EOE ~ DFWP

NOW HIRING Inventory Counter $9.75/hr. Starting Wage Early morning and night shifts available. Travel compensated. Must have reliable transportation. EEO Employer/Vet/ Disabled

Drivers Drivers

6 Months Experience Class A CDL Drivers Needed R&J Trucking Boardman Terminal is an Interstate Motor Carrier that has openings for: - Local Tractor Trailer Dump - Quad Axle Straight Truck Dump Regional CDL Class A positions

- Local - home every night. - Regional - home at least once a week. We have been serving the transport industry for over 50 years! Stop going from job to job. With us everyone makes a difference. When you hire with us, we want you to retire with us. We offer a new wage package so you can earn more money. Great benefits including 401K with employer contributions, paid holidays & vacations, referral & safety bonuses. All driving positions require ability to cross state lines. Regional positions require additional qualifications to be able to travel into Canada.



- 21 yrs. of age - 6 mos. tractor-trailer exp. - 6 mos. verifiable accident & violation free - CDL Class A driving record - Good MVR & CSA scores - Pass DOT physical & drug screen If this sounds like you, call us immediately for open positions!

MECHANIC needed w/exp.; also will train oil change & tire help. Call 330-702-9800.

If interested call:

Apply online @: or call with questions 330-799-3079

Drivers Drivers, Class A CDL: Increased Pay & New Trucks!! Dedicated Routes! No CDL? No Problem! Call Swift Today! 855-292-2945

Truck Driver

Class A OTR Driver, 2 yrs. exp. Dedicated lanes. Hazmat tanker endorsement, dump & TWIC card. Loaded, back empty, paid round trip. Weekly home time. Call Doug at 330-307-8532 Waid Transport You have waited long enough. Get your hands on a new job today using the Neighbors Classifieds.

EOE Drug Free Workplace


Ext. 121, ask for Zeke or


Health Care

Martin Trucking, Inc.

Medical Biller/ Payer

Looking for

CDL-A Drivers Dry Bulk Hauling

Experience preferred, but not necessary. Training available. Home every night. Must meet Penn DOT requirements. Must have current physical card. Must pass a drug test. Nine paid holidays, paid health insurance, paid vacation. Call 800-922-9819 or 724-667-7751. Apply at:

Martin Trucking, Inc. 1300 E. Poland Ave. Bessemer, PA 16112


Controls Engineer A progressive aluminum extrusion company located in northeast OH has an opportunity for a Maintenance Control Engineer. This position is responsible for the engineering and project execution in developing electrical control system design solutions related to production equipment control and PLC Systems; for analyzing facility project requirements & performing technical calculations & dept. support; overseeing project & assignment workflow; electrical software design of customized solutions including mfg. automation & safety systems. The ideal candidate will have five yrs. industrial manufacturing experience and a working knowledge and experience with PLC’s, electrical, hydraulics, electronics, pneumatics and welding. Proficiencies in MS Office, Allen Bradley PLC’s and products, RSllogix programming software, AutoCAD and electrical test equipment needed. The position offers an excellent work environment and a competitive benefit package including a 401(k) Plan. Send resume along with salary requirements to: Kelly Shaffer

Astro Shapes, LLC

65 Main Street Struthers, OH 44471 or kelly.shaffer@ Please No Telephone Calls!

Your Classified LOOKING FOR source! FOR A Hundreds of ads BUMPER, A weekly... BATTERY OR Garage Sales to AN ENGINE? Auto Sales, CHECK OUR “AUTOMOTIVE Help Wanted to Date Wanted PARTS AND We’ve got you SERVICE” covered! COLUMN.

Experienced medical biller to process payment of medical bills. Prior bill payment experience preferred. Coding experience and/or certification a plus. Must be very proficient in MS Word/Excel and have excellent telephone and customer service skills. Understanding of EOBs and experience processing adjustments a strong plus. Typing and numerical keying tests will be administered. Fax resume to: 330-726-5627 or email: No Telephone Calls

Nursing Clinical Instructors

Fortis College has progressive nursing programs, fully approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing with immediate faculty openings for BSN or MSN nurses to teach PN and ADN students in the clinical setting. Clinical sites are local to the Youngstown and Warren area. For more information, send cover letter and resume to: tchapman@


For medical case management of workers’ comp claims. Primarily telephonic and electronic remote case management, 5+ years direct clinical experience, background in med/surg, ortho and musculoskeletal injuries preferred. Require strong organizational, time management, computer skills (typing test required), as well as excellent telephone manner and customer service skills. Workers’ compensation experience desirable. Current unrestricted OH nursing license required. Fax resume to: 330-726-5627 or email No Telephone Calls

March 31-April 6 Place your ads online at, go to Classified tab, click Place Ad or call (330) 746-6565

Maintenance/ Janitorial

Maintenance Supervisor A progressive aluminum extrusion company located in northeast OH has an opportunity for a Maintenance Supervisor. This position is responsible for facility maintenance including grounds, building and infrastructure which includes four extrusion presses and Ransberg vertical paintline equipment. The ideal candidate will have five yrs. industrial maintenance experience trouble shooting equipment in a manufacturing setting, supervising a maintenance team, and experience that includes PLC’s, electrical, hydraulics, electronics, pneumatics and welding. Previous experience working in an aluminum extrusion facility with an electrostatic paintline is also preferred. The position will be on an off shift. The position offers an excellent work environment and a competitive benefit package including a 401(k) Plan. Send resume along with salary requirements to: Kelly Shaffer

Astro Shapes, LLC

65 Main Street Struthers, OH 44471 or kelly.shaffer@ Please No Telephone Calls!



Full-time Counselor with appropriate credentials to provide services for chemically dependent patients in our Rock Creek, Ohio location. Master’s degree and Bachelor level positions available. EOE Please apply online at:

News Clerk Part Time

for Neighbors, a community newspaper put out by The Vindicator. Qualified candidates must have or be working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, Professional Writing and Editing, or English. Those interested can email a resume, references and writing samples to: with the subject line: Neighbors Clerk Candidate

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.


Human Resources Recruiter

Local company seeking HR Recruiter to manage our full cycle recruitment, from identifying potential hires to interviewing and evaluating candidates for a steel mill environment. Develop recruitment techniques, strategies, and action plan to identify and implement new methods for sourcing candidates and generating new leads. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field with 5 years HR recruiting experience. Must pass drug test. Excellent benefit package available includes paid vacation, 401K and medical/dental/ vision coverage. Send resume with salary requirements to: HR Recruiter P.O. Box 1465 Youngstown, Ohio 44501

News Videographer WFMJ-TV21 Youngstown, Ohio has an immediate opening for a part time News Videographer. Qualified candidates should have previous experience shooting and editing high quality videos. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: shooting video of news events both independently and as a team with a news reporter, editing video under tight deadlines, set up and use of microwave live truck as well as portable backpack live units. Candidate will shoot still photographs for use on the station’s various social media platforms. Must be able to work a flexible schedule. Will average between 24 and 29 hours a week. Competitive pay. Valid driver’s license required. Applicant must be able to legally and safely operate a motor vehicle in accordance with applicable driving rules and regulations. Some travel may be necessary. Please email resume, cover letter, references and link of demo reel to: Chief Videographer John Mikulas at You may also send resume, cover letter, references and demo reel to:


c/o John Mikulas PO Box 689 Yo., OH, 44501-0689 EOE

Restaurants/ Food Service KITCHEN & BAR HELP Accepting applications for kitchen & bar. Apply in person: 1025 S. State St., Girard Advertise in Neighbors. 330.746.6565 Skills/Trades

Mig-Tig Welder

Shop looking for full time experienced Fabricator/ Welder, $18-$20/hr. Respond to: 1530 Poland Ave. Youngstown, OH 44502

Steel Slitter Operator/Helper

Local Manufacturer looking for experienced steel slitter operator/helper. Excellent wage, benefits, and 401 plan. Send resumes to: Box M62671 c/o The Vindicator, PO Box 780 Youngstown, OH 44501

Welders, Machine Op, Forklift

WE NEED YOU! Apply at Mancan

120 S. Union in Alliance Mon.-Fri., 8am-4pm Bring 2 forms of Gov’t ID

Salem, OH Has the following immediate positions available

Production Associates

Wages start at $12.61-$13.58/hr. and progress to $14.55-$16.01/hr. over 2 years. HS Diploma/ GED required.


(afternoon shift) Wages start at $21.34/hr. & progress to $23.28/hr. over 2 yrs., 5 yrs. of experience or journeyman’s card required. American Standard offers benefits, 401k match & bonuses. Qualified candidates should e-mail their resume to: schnablj@ Or mail to:

American Standard

Apartments Unfurnished




Basement Townhome

2-Bdrm. townhomes, spacious closets, finished basement rec rm., pet friendly, washer/dryer hookup. First months rent $200 off with 1 yr. lease. Call today for details! 330-792-0792

AVON Decanter Bottle Collection - From 1970s1980s, 250+ items, all in orig. boxes, excellent condition, entire lot, $500. 330-743-9740, leave msg.



LeChateau Apts.

1-Bdrm. apt., $545+elec. 2-Bdrm. starting at $625 Large closets, din. rm., lots of natural light. Select units pet friendly. Call 330-792-0792

REFRIGERATOR - New Kenmore Elite, 22 cu. ft., side by side, $750. Leave message, 330-559-4007. Stove - white, GE top burners work, $35. Call 330-623-5200


Spring Into A New Home!

1 & 2 Bdrms. starting at $545/mo. + elec. Ample closet space, balcony/patio, in bldg. laundry, pool & fitness center on site. 1/2 Off the 1st full month rent. Call today for details! 330-792-0792 Austintown


Receive 1/2 off the first 2 months rent with a new 1 yr. lease. 2-BDRM., 1.5BATH TOWNHOME. Walkin closets, washer/dryer hookup, private entrance, pet friendly, $570+utilities. 330-792-0792 Boardman

Hitchcock Apts. Studio, 1-Bdrm. and 2-Bdrm. 330-758-6729

Furniture Bar - with swivel bar stools, marble top, dark wood, $500. 330-719-7144.

Bed - Single with dresser, $100. 330-743-2546 Dining Room Table - Cherry, extra leaf & 6 chairs. Never used, paid $1500, asking $650. Call 330-530-1416. Entertainment Center - oak, fits 36”-65” TV, 10 doors, $150/offer. 330-272-4848

Medical Equipment LIFT CHAIR - By Best. Used 2 wks., $900 new, now $500/offer. 330-534-5472 Stairlift - Sterling, 4 steps, 5’ long, 1 yr. old, $2000. Call 330-755-8855


GUN - New CZ Scorpion 9mm, $800. Details, call 330-980-0860 Umpire Gear - Complete OHSA approved + pullover and shirt, XXL, $135. Call 330-501-8298

Swimming Pools/ Accessories Pool - 21’ round, above ground, newer, alum. fencing, deck, in-pool steps, all accessories, incl. gas heater, new pump, toys, rafts, etc., $3850. 330-503-3571.

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



Shih-Tzu, Maltese, Mini Dachshund, Shih-Chon, Malti-Poo, Tiny Chihuahua, Cavachons, Cattle dog mix, Fox-Chi, Shih-Poo, MalShih. CC, cash, finance. 1560 E. Liberty St., by Denny’s, 330-259-1286

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

Dodge Dart - 2016, 1 owner, 12,000 mi., $19,500. Call 330-750-1331/330-507-4185 Hyundai Veloster - 2014 68,000 mi., with 100,000 & tire & wheel warranties, $8999. Call 330-519-5711 Pontiac Grand AM SE 2001 89,000 mi., 1 owner, sunroof, $1800. 234-232-2791 Saturn LS1 - 2000, 31,000 mi., $3500 or best offer. 330-750-1331/330-507-4185 WANTED Muscle or Classic Car 440-590-0193 BRITTAIN

Chevrolet. 57 E. Martin St., E. Palestine, OH. Local 1-800-589-7970




Boats Crestliner Superhawk 2014, like new, 90 hp Mercury motor. Fully equipped for fishing, beautiful grey/white interior., seats 6, fits in garage. Wonderful family boat, includes 2 large rafts. Asking $17,000. Call 330-965-9202. Lyman fishing boat - 1960 16’, with extra motors, $1500. Call 330-787-4162.

Ford Explorer - 2014 4WD, runs & drives good, $16,900. 330-272-4381

LOOKING FOR A BABY SITTER, TREE TRIMMER OR PLUMBER? Find these and many more services in our “CALL AN EXPERT” column.





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

Plastering & Drywall PLASTERING FREE ESTIMATES 330-746-8521/330-717-1349

Tree Service

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

* J & L Tree Service LLC * Free Est.- Certified Arborist Fully ins. (330) 614-8578




Freedom Elite Class C Motorhome 2015. Ford 450 V10, 11,000 mi., hydraulic leveling system, on-board Onan generator, $75,000. Call 330-426-2822

KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352

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

Kia Sedona 2006. Must see to appreciate, $4000/offer. 724-510-5841/724-674-2196



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

Lawn/Garden Equipment

Machine Assemblers

Mower - Cub Cadet RZTS, 42”, zero turn with bagger & mulch kit, 4 yrs. old, light use, excellent condition, $2100/offer. Canfield. Call 330-397-5142

Butech Bliss is a company that sets itself apart from its competitors by offering the most innovative design, manufacturing and service in our industry. This is accomplished by building and nurturing a workforce of exceptional employees. We recruit top talent by offering an exceptional employment package and fostering a supportive culture and a pleasant working environment. Under an extensive growth strategy, Butech Bliss, is seeking well-qualified individuals to fill machine assembly positions ($1.50 rate differential for night shift). Strong candidates for this position will meet the following qualifications:  2+ years of experience assembling/building complex machinery  Ability to read blueprints/schematics  Understanding of hydraulic/pneumatic systems  Some electrical knowledge and welding experience a plus  Ability to work towards deadlines  Ability to work alone or as part of a small team  Strong mechanical aptitude  Comfortable working with and around large, heavy parts  Experience with overhead cranes/hoists  Must supply own tool box with basic hand tools  Willingness to work overtime including Saturdays Butech Bliss offers a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical insurance premium at no cost to employee, $1500 deductible and 100% paid once deductible is met, a $750 dental/eye reimbursement, 401K with employer match up to 4%, generous paid vacation, bi-annual raises and much more. All interested candidates are encouraged to complete an application and submit with a cover letter, including current salary to:


Acreage Columbiana Co. BRUNER LAND CO., INC. 330-289-7639

Riding mower, Yard Machine, $400/best offer. 330-755-1109/330-750-1331 SNOWBLOWER - electric, used once, $100. 330-750-1331/330-507-4185 Trailer - dump bed for riding mower, used once, $100 or best offer. Call 330-750-1331/330-507-4185


PUBLIC SPEAKING/ PRESENTATION SKILLS TRAINING. Individual or small group. 330-207-1188

Knox Twp. 1 Acre, nice homes in quiet area, $12,900. Bayard Rd. Liverpool Twp. 5 Wooded acres, $19,900. Leeper Rd.

TRAILER - 7x12 aluminum, will haul three 4 wheelers, $1600. Call 330-549-3477.


Selling your home is as easy as picking up your phone. Call 330-746-6565 today!

ATTN - RED HAT LADIES and others. Franciscanware, Desert Rose, 61 pcs., serves 8, $500. Call 330-259-6430

General Help

General Help

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

GOLF CART - 2013 Club Car, elec., windshield, lights, rear seat, $3600/offer. Call 330-534-5472

Chrysler 200 - 2015, 1 owner, 14,000 mi., $17,500/offer. Call 330-750-1331 or 330-507-4185

Yo. west - clean, 2 bdrm. 1 bath, 1 car garage w/yard. Move in. ready. $550. Other homes avail. 714-329-3805.

Houses For Sale

Canfield - 2 Bdrm., 1 bath, heat & hot water incl., $635/mo. 330-261-1634

Sporting/Exercise Equipment

Watch - Men’s Rolex, stainless steel, $3000. Call 330-720-5187

LIBERTY - 3 bdrm., good area, completely remodeled in & out, newer appl., finished basement, fenced in yard, $74,900. 330-759-8357

Austintown - Phoenix House Apts., 1 bdrm. Enclosed porch area Elevators, Util., cable & Wifi included in rent. Free lunch program avail. 330-792-1913, Ext. 1

Automobiles Cadillac CTS - 2009 34,000 mi., great condition, $15,000/offer 330-534-0861

Houses For Rent

Schools/Lessons/ Instruction

Apartments Unfurnished

Dogs Elkhound, Shih-Tzu, Maltese, Shih-Chon, Malti-Poo, Cavachons, Foxy-Aussie, York-Chon, Shih-Poo, MalShih. CC, cash, finance. 1560 E. Liberty St., by Denny’s, 330-259-1286

Cocktail Ring - 3 ct. diamond & ruby, waterfall style, 18 kt. gold, $3500. 330-550-4040, leave msg.



Office Equipment Office Table - 5’ long x 3’ wide, 1 drawer, from All Steel Equipment, Inc., excellent condition, $150/offer. Call 330-757-1028

Ask for Special!

Attn: HR 605 S. Ellsworth Ave. Salem, OH 44460

Brentley Institute LLC, Private Security Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy and Private Investigator Academy coming to Youngstown. To Enroll Call 216-225-0087


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SEWING MACHINE Singer Featherweight, $375. Call 330-549-3545

Circulation Assistant/Driver Part-Time

•25 to 30 hours per week •$8.51 per hour •Early mornings and days •Reliable vehicle •Customer friendly personality

Butech Bliss

Attn: HR Manager 550 South Ellsworth Ave., Salem, Ohio 44460 Please visit our website at: to download an application.

BUTECH BLISS Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply, please call 330-747-1471, ext. 1790

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Happily Ever After Zetts’ 50th honored with surprise party POLAND

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zetts of Poland were honored for their 50th wedding anniversary at a surprise party Sept. 23, 2017, at the home of their daughter in Canfield. The celebration was hosted by their children, Valerie (Todd) Commons of Canfield, Laurie Zetts of Boardman and Rosemary Zetts of Las Vegas. Three grandchildren complete their family. The former Antoinette Trimble and Mr. Zetts were married Sept. 30, 1967, at Holy Family Church in Poland, where the couple are members. Mrs. Zetts was a book clerk and switchboard operator at First Place Bank in Youngstown. She retired in 1999. Mr. Zetts retired in 2001 from First Place Bank where he was a loan officer. He works part-time as a courier for Valley Care. He also is a member of St. John the Baptist Church, its men’s club

Francesca Colella | Frank Catalano YOUNGSTOWN

Francesca Lucia Colella and Frank Anthony Catalano, both of Poland, were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Jan. 20. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Michael Cariglio at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Basilica. A reception took place that evening at Stambaugh Auditorium. The bride is a daughter of Mary Colella of Boardman and the late Thomas Colella. The groom is a son of Gemma Catalano of Poland and the late Frank Catalano. The bride wore a fit-and-flare gown trimmed with ivory lace appliques and beaded straps. Katherine Very was matron of honor, and Ivy Poma was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Madeline Pagan and choir. He is a member of Baseball and Natalie Miller, sisters of the bride; Old-Timers and played baseball for the Adreann Loxton, sister of the groom; Stuttgart Chiefs while serving in the Amanda Mason; Andria DiBacco; and U.S. Army. Colleen Monahan. The attendants wore black dresses. James Anderson and David Adkins shared the responsibilities of best man. Groomsmen were Dan Pagan and Nate Miller, brothers-in-law of the bride; Tim Loxton, brother-in-law of the groom; John McHenry; Jonathan Italiano; and Brian Stevens. Daniel and Dominic Pagan, nephews of the bride, served as ushers.

McCormick, Lukach nuptials set for late June Bristolville

Donald and Paige McCormick of Bristolville are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Haley McCormick, to Matthew Lukach, both of Howland. Mr. Lukach is a son of Raymond and Mary Beth Lukach of Boardman. The ceremony will take place June 30 at Wildare United Methodist Church in Cortland with a reception following that evening at DiVieste Banquet Center in Warren. Invitations will be issued for both events. The bride-elect obtained a bachelor’s degree in nursing at Kent State University where she is pursuing a master’s degree. She is a registered nurse in the intensive care unit of an area hospital. The prospective groom graduated from KSU with a master’s degree in education and is a job training coordinator at Trumbull Career & Technical Center.

Mrs. Catalano graduated from Gannon University, Erie, Pa., with a bachelor’s degree in health science and a master’s degree in physician assistant science. She is a physician’s assistant and works for Alteon Health in the Mercy Health St. Elizabeth emergency departments in Youngstown, Boardman and Austintown and Mercy Health – Boardman Walk-In Care. Mr. Catalano attended Youngstown State University and is a self-employed contractor in Struthers. The couple honeymooned in Antigua and reside in Poland.

Mr. and Mrs. Koenig celebrate golden jubilee canfield

Mr. and Mrs. James Koenig of Canfield celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a family party last summer in Lake Milton. The event was hosted by their children. Mr. Koenig married the former Patricia Schell on July 14, 1967, in Youngstown. The Koenigs’ children are Matt (Susanne) Koenig of Youngstown and Mike Koenig of Boardman. Three grandchildren complete their family. Mrs. Koenig worked in the clerical department for Trumbull/Mahoning Medical Group in Austintown until retiring in 2004. Mr. Koenig was a welder for 30 years for General Motors in Lordstown. He also served in the U.S. Army from 196769.