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Summer reading ends with ice cream celebration



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Lillian and Madison Morgan, along with their grandma Candy Morgan, chose their ice cream flavor at the third annual Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.


Crowd amazed by feats of magic and illusion

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A young volunteer from the audience helped David Anthony perform a feat of magic involving the appearance of a yellow scarf tied between blue ones while inside of the volunteer’s pocket. Only the blue scarves were present when they were placed into the pocket.




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Epic Dance Complex hosts open house and registration on Aug. 15

REIA members is $59 per person or $99 per couple. The cost for registration for non-REIA members is $69 per person or $109 per couple. Registration must be completed by Aug. 17. Go to for complete details or call MVREIA at 330623-7342.

Local skate park to be location of music festival

Epic Dance Complex is now accepting new dancers for their recreational and competitive programs ages 2-19. There will be an open house and registration on Aug. 15 from 5-8 p.m. Epic Dance Complex is located at 64 Cardinal Dr. Suite B. in Canfield, directly between AngeNetta’s Cafe and The Needles Nest. Epic Dance Complex is owned by Tommy Porter of Canfield. If you cannot make registration and would like to register, contact 330-286-3445 or

The Skatepark Music Festival will take place on Sept. 21 at 3 p.m. at the Wedgewood Ramps in Youngstown. The cost is $5 at the door and the event will feature such bands as Alteras, Red Nose Panic, Rees Man Dolo & Droege, Wanderer, 13 Lucky, Evidence of Ruin, Whiskey Pilot, Service Monkeys and Gho$tlee. Food will be by Suzie’s and Mission Taco. The event is hosted and produced by Paul Goon.

House flipping bus tour offered on Aug. 18

Bonding with babies and books

The public is also invited to the 2018 Mahoning Valley and Akron Joint Venture Rehab Tour, sponsored by MVREIA (Mahoning Valley Real Estate Investors Association) and ACREIA, on Aug. 18 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Rodman Library, located at 215 E. Broadway in Alliance. This is a full day, intensive training on the entire house flipping process. This presentation is geared toward new and experienced flippers. It features multiple speakers and consists of a morning classroom session, lunch and a hands-on afternoon session and rehab bus tour. Registration is required. The cost for registration for

This event is for caregivers and their little ones who are 6-23 months. There will be 20 minutes of language enrichment including rhymes, songs and stories, followed by time to play and socialize every Wednesday in August at 10 a.m. at the Poland library.

Tales and talk for 2s and 3s Join the Poland library on Aug. 16 at 10:30 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.


This ferocious feline is Joe. He is a male, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair who is estimated to be 6-years-old. He has been at Angels for Animals since Feb. 23. Are you looking for a new companion and would like more information on Joe? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours.

This handsome fellow is Ryder. He is a male, red Redbone Coonhound mix. He is estimated to be 3-years-old and has been at Angels for Animals since June 13. Could Ryder be the perfect new addition to your family? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours for more information.

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



Which August movie release do you think will be most successful?

Which type of music is your favorite for an outdoor concert?

The Darkest Minds. 0% Christopher Robin. 0% Dog Days. 0%

The Spy Who Dumped Me. 100%

Big band. 0%

Jazz. 0%

Other. 0%

Rock. 50%

Country. 50%

Folk. 0%



What fall attribute are you most anticipating?

How often do you replace your child’s backpack?

Football. 66%

Cooler weather. 0%

A few times per year. 0%

Every other year. 0%

Leaves changing color. 33%

Everything pumpkin. 0%

Once per year. 50%

Only if it breaks. 50% n

The start of school. 0%



Does your family enjoy fishing?

Which is your least favorite chore?

Yes - It is at least an annual No - We did in the past, but not activity. recently. Yes - We go often in the No - We enjoy other activities. summer. Visit to vote.

Washing dishes.



Yard work.

Visit to vote.



How often do you play Pokémon Go?

What was your favorite family flick this summer?

Every day.

Not often, but sometimes.

Christopher Robin.

Incredibles 2.

A few times per week.

I don’t play Pokémon Go.

Hotel Transylvania 3.


Visit to vote.

Visit to vote.



Weekly square dance lessons to begin on Sept. 11 The Niles Friendly Squares, a local square dance group dedicated to keeping alive the art form of square dancing, will begin a new year of weekly square dance lessons. The introductory session will be on Sept. 11 from 7-9 p.m. Each session builds upon the previous session and will include learning steps along with plenty of review and practice each week to help attendees master the moves. The sessions are designed to cover all the steps in the basic square dance program. Gene Hammond will be the instructor. The Tuesday evening sessions will run through April 16. There is a nominal fee of $6 per lesson. The Friendly Squares also sponsors monthly dances with alternating dances, or tips, for new dancers to practice their skills as well as tips for more experienced dancers. All the lessons and monthly dances take place at the Niles SCOPE Center, located at 14 E. State St. in Niles. To sign up or for additional information, contact Gene or Frankie Hammond at 330-534-4426 or 330-506-3370. The Friendly Squares will also be performing square dance demonstrations at the Canfield Fair on Aug. 30 from 7-8 p.m. and Sept. 2 from 2-3 p.m. on the stage located in front of the International Building.


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Lillian Morgan played a bowling game at the end of the year Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.


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Children play a large connect four game at the Poland library on Aug. 2 for the end of the summer Ice Cream Bash.

Library celebrates end of summer with ice cream The goal of the event, according to Amanda Kollar, a Poland librarian, is to celebrate the The Poland library hosted work all of the children did duran end of summer reading Ice ing the summer reading program. Cream Bash on Aug. 2. By JESSICA HARKER

“They are all about to start ice cream event for three years school again and so we always according to Kollar. want to have a little fun before During the event, children that happens,” Kollar said. and their families kicked off the The library has been hosting See ICE CREAM, Page 4 an end of the reading program

Blood drive There will be a blood drive on Aug. 16 from 12:30-6:30 p.m. and Aug. 24 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Poland library by the Mahoning Chapter of the American Red Cross to serve the needs of St. Elizabeth Hospital. For appointments, call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-7332767).

Read to Roxie Relax and read to Roxie, a registered therapy dog with Therapy Dogs International, on Aug. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Poland library. Each child will be given a 15-minute reading session while spots remain. Call 330-744-8636 and ask for the Poland library to register. This event is for grades 1-4.

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Librarian Amanda Kollar explained a group game to the children gathered at the third annual Ice Cream bash at the Poland library.

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Children and their families make a Pete the Cat craft during the Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.

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and ask for Information Services or register online using the events calendar. This event is for adults. Light refreshments will be served.

Get connected with digital SEO with SCORE media at your library Youngstown and the library If you would like to learn how to Join SCORE Youngstown and the Business and Investment Center on Aug. 15 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Poland library in an exploration of SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Learn ways to help put move your business toward the top of Internet searches. To register, call 330-744-8636

download free eBooks, audiobooks, movies, TV shows, music, complete issues of magazines and more to your computer and mobile devices, attend this event on Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. at the Poland library. Registration is recommended. Call 330-744-8636 and ask for the Poland library to register. This event is for adults and teens.

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Make a Christmas tree design Make a Christmas tree design using huck towling as taught by volunteers of the Embroiderer’s Guild of Youngstown at the Poland library on Aug. 21 at 10 a.m. All supplies are provided. This event is for adults. To reserve a spot, call 330-744-8636 or sign up online via the library’s event calendar.

Historical society plans fundraising bus trip The Poland Historical Society is planning a fundraiser bus trip to Pittsburgh on Sept. 19. The trip includes a visit at the Heinz Memorial Chapel, the National Rooms in the Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh, lunch at the Church Brew Works, tour of the Strip District and Downtown and a two hour cruise on the Explorer riverboat. The cost of the trip is $105 per person includes the bus transportation, admission fees and lunch. The bus will depart from Poland Methodist Church, located at 1940 Boardman-Poland Road in Poland, promptly at 8:30 a.m. and attendees are asked to arrive at the church by 8:15 a.m. The bus will leave Pittsburgh at 5 p.m. and should arrive back in Poland at approximately 6:30 p.m. Questions should be directed to Larry Bartos, 330-757-4223. The deadline to sign-up for the trip is Aug. 11. There will be no refunds after Aug. 11. Make checks payable to the “Poland Historical Society” and mail to The Poland Historical Society, P.O. Box 5052, Poland, Oh 44514, along with the following information: name, address, phone number, email address and check number. Also indicate your choice for lunch: chicken breast, chef’s salad, tilapia or pasta primavera. In addition to your selected entree, you will also be served a pierogi, house ciabbata bread and a beverage (coffee, tea, iced tea or soft drink). Forms for the trip will be available at the society’s tent near Poland Village Town Hall during “Celebrate Poland.” You will also be asked to sign an “Emergency Contact Information” form which includes information of a contact person should an emergency arise.

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Lillian and Madison Morgan, along with their grandma Candy Morgan, chose their ice cream flavor at the third annual Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.

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afternoon with a group game organized by Kollar. After that, children and their families were welcome to play a variety of games set up in stations. The librarians set up bowling, tick-tack-toe, coloring and craft stations as well as a variety of other activities available for

children to partake in. “Every program has been great,” said Candy Morgan, who attended the event with her two grand daughters, Lillian and Madison. “They always have a lot of fun.” During the event, the library also provided three different types of ice cream for children to eat. To learn more about the library and upcoming events, you can go to

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Children and their families built with blocks at the third annual Ice Cream Bash on Aug. 2.



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Rachel Predbon held her daughter, Eloise, during the Baby Brilliant event on July 25 at the Poland library.

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Mary Jonston played with her niece, Jacky Mathews, during the Baby Brilliant event at the Poland library on July 25.

Libraries youngest patrons learn literacy skills By JESSICA HARKER

The Poland library hosted its weekly Baby Brilliant program on July 25. The program, which takes place at multiple library branches, is aimed at promoting literacy in the youngest age group, 6-23 month-olds. “There’s many different benefits for the kids. Its practicing early literary skills each week, and promoting that skill through rhymes and stories.“ said Amanda Kollar, assistant supervisor at the Poland branch. Each week, participants show

up with their infants at 10 a.m. At the beginning of the event the librarian passes out sheets of paper outlining literacy goals for the day, tips for parents and the lyrics of any songs they plan to sing. “Each week we try to give out a tip in which we give parents at least one idea of literacy activities,” Kollar said. “Most of them are working actively with their children on literacy anyway but we just like to highlight a few things.” For the next half an hour children sing, dance and read books as a group along with their parent or guardian.

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Librarian Amanda Kollar sang along with the group gathered at the Poland library for the Baby Brilliant event on July 25.

They play with other children around their age and begin to discover the meanings of sounds, Kollar said. “Another important aspect of it is the socialization,” Kollar said. She explained that after the

event, children then spend time playing with toys while the parents and guardians look on. This is good for younger children because it teaches them how to play and share, but, Kollar said, it is also good for the parents.

“It’s good for the adults getting to know other parents with children about the same age, and being able to get out and meet other people,” she said. Baby Brilliant is offered at the Poland library every Wednesday from 10-10:30 a.m.

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Two volunteers helped David Anthony perform a Houdini-style trick involving escaping from a set of handcuffs while having his hands tied within a bag. Anthony incorporated humor into the stunt by magically slipping into and out of the cuffs during the explanation prior to the trick.

Boardman librarian Mary Yee aided magician David Anthony in a trick at the Boardman library on July 16. Everyone thought that water previously poured into the cup would spill onto Yee’s head after she tipped the glass over, but it had magically disappeared.

Anthony performs wonders of magic and illusion


Families were wow-ed with a performance by magician and illusionist David Anthony on July 16 at the Boardman library. Anthony began the show with a bang, dropping a weighty bowling ball from within a paper bag, seemingly from thin

air. The bowling ball made an appearance later in the show in a juggling stunt involving Anthony juggling items of different weights and sizes with ease, something that is difficult for any juggler to do. He pulled his first volunteer from the audience to help with a trick using scarves. He held up two blue scarves before balling

the ends into one fist. He had his volunteer place them within his pocket. Anthony then held up a yellow scarf, ultimately making it vanish. At the completion of the trick, the volunteer pulled the balled up scarves from his pocket to find that the yellow scarf, which had vanished earlier in the trick, was now miraculously tied between them.


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Anthony also displayed his skill at juggling. He began simply by juggling two, and then three, traditional juggling balls. He varied the act by incorporating different intricate patterns and moves, including spinning while juggling. It wasn’t long before a fourth and fifth ball were added to the routine. He moved on to juggle four hoops and three clubs, respectively. Juggling styles can easily be varied, Anthony noted, by using single or double spins in between catching the items you are juggling. Anthony pulled two volunteers to the front of the room to help him do a Houdini-style escape using handcuffs and a bag. To the amusement of the audience, he made a show of going from within to outside of the handcuffs, seemingly in the span of a second, while him hands were in the bag. He continued to ask his volunteers to check the locks and the cuffs while pointing or gesturing at something without them in the next moment. The next trick went back to juggling, this time with much higher stakes - a set of three machetes. The key to juggling, according to Anthony, is practice. The more practice you give to something, the better you will get at it. Anthony said this is truth whether it’s reading, math, science or magic. Two more volunteers helped him do a card trick. Each volunteer counted out 10 cards from a deck and went to opposite sides

of the room. Anthony then instructed one of the volunteers to “throw” three imaginary cards from their hand to the other volunteer. Each volunteer counted out the cards in their hand to find that the imaginary cards had passed through the air and one volunteer magically had 13 cards while the other only had seven. Boardman librarian Mary Yee also participated in a magic trick, alongside Anthony. He filled two cups with water and asked Yee to hold it on her head. The pair spun around once, waved their hands over the audience and then over their cups, and then upended to cups over their heads. The trick got a huge laugh because Anthony had secretly drunk the water out of his cup, out of Yee’s view, but within view of the audience. Everyone thought Yee was going to spill the water on herself, and no one was more surprised than Yee when nothing came out of the cup. Anthony even taught the audience how to do an illusion. He held a card with black dots in different places on it, similar to a playing card. He explained that you could trick an audience’s mind into believing there were more numbers shown on the card than there actually were by manipulating the placement of your hand by either covering a dot or covering a place where a dot should be that is blank. The twist at the end of the illusion involved even more dots appearing See MAGIC, Page 7



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on the card than when he originally explained the trick, and in places where it would have been impossible for his hand to cover. The final trick was a spin on a classic magical feat. Anthony’s assistant climbed into a magician’s box, disappearing within so that only one hand was visible. Anthony inserted two rectangular tubes into the box so that the box was filled. He even separated the upper and lower halves of the box. Despite this, the assistant was whole and well when Anthony opened the box at the end of the trip. Anthony, a native of Cleveland, visited the library as part of the Summer Reading Program. A display of books on magic and illusions was available for interested children to learn more. At the end of the event, almost all of the books had been checked out of the library. Anthony first became interested in magic and illusions when he received his first magic kit at the age of 5. He has been performing for audiences since he was 11-years-old. He said he was first drawn to magic by the sense of wonder he got when watching and learning about the tricks.




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A young volunteer from the audience helped David Anthony perform a feat of magic involving the appearance of a yellow scarf tied between blue ones while inside of the volunteer’s pocket. Only the blue scarves were present when they were placed into the pocket.

“A sense of wonder. I think that’s what draws adults to it too,” he said. “It’s the same sense of wonder that children get when they see snow for the first time. As adults, we don’t get a lot of that, but we do with magic.” Anthony said that in the past three months he has made around 65 performances for children at various local venues. His favorite trick is one in which he levitates ones of his assistants, and he has earned in-

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Kandice Aikens strung beads onto wire for the lava stone necklace making event at the Poland library on July 10.

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Missy Williams, adult programing librarian, walked table to table making sure everyone was keeping up with instructions on July 10 during the lava stone necklace making event at the Poland library.

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On July 10, the Poland library hosted a make your own lava stone diffuser necklace event. The event ran from 6-7 p.m. and all supplies were provided by the library. To create the necklaces, participants strung lava beads and wooden beads together on a

piece of wire, creating what ever decorative style the individual wanted. They then created a loop with the wire on either end and attached leather cord, attaching jump rings and clasp pieces to the end of the leather. To finish the necklace, participants were encouraged to See LAVA STONE, Page 9



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Malachi and Claire Sweeny picked out lava stone beads before they created their necklaces at the Poland library on July 10.

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pick out a type of essential oil to place on the lava rocks. The rocks are porous, which allows them to soak up the oil and keep the scent for a long time. Essential oils, according to Missy Williams, the adult programing librarian at the Poland library, have a range of benefits,

including a calming effect. Along with Williams giving Neighbors | Jessica Harker step by step instructions as par- Lark Cocco strung beads onto metal wire to create her lava stone necklace on July 10 at the Poland library. ticipants made the necklaces, there was also a hand-out with instructions on it to make sure everyone followed along. CHURCH The next craft project will be SPONSORED DIY Summer Pom-Pom Doorknob Garland at the Poland library on Aug. 20. Registration is required for all adult events because supplies are limited.



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Office Assistant A mature part-time office assistant is needed for the Poland Fire Department administrative office. Applicant must be available to work flexible morning and afternoon hours plus a full day on Friday. Additional hours may be assigned as needed. Candidate must be available for 1 to 2 evening meetings a month. Previous experience with computers and typing, office equipment (printers/fax machines), multi-line phone system and filing maintenance is essential. The ideal candidate should have excellent oral and written communication skills, be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook programs, plus be able to perform a variety of administrative and clerical tasks. If you have previous experience as an Administrative Assistant/Secretary and are looking for a fun but challenging environment, we’d like to meet you. Candidate must be a team-oriented employee and be able to follow directions, work independently, handle confidential information and capable of completing assigned tasks in a timely fashion. Please email resume by Noon on August 20, 2018 to: Interviews will be scheduled for the week of August 27th APPLICATIONS ALSO ACCEPTED AT: 111 South Main Street Poland, OH 44514 Absolutely no phone calls accepted. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religious affiliation and national origin. Moving from the area? Log onto to keep in touch!

Health Care

Health Care

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION OF YOUNGSTOWN NURSING SUPERVISOR S.T.D. CLINIC YOUNGSTOWN CITY HEALTH DISTRICT SALARY: $47,254.69 GENERAL DUTIES: This nurse will perform a full range of public health nursing duties in an assigned area of the Health District. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR EXAMINATION: Candidates must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing or college with a degree in nursing; registered to practice nursing in the State of Ohio. (For additional information please see City website ( Applicants must meet the above required qualifications to be considered. EXAMINATION INFORMATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE EVALUATION: Applicant’s grade will be determined based on Education and Experience found in the application and resume. Applications must be made on the regular application form available at the Office of the Civil Service Commission, 26 S. Phelps Street, 7th Floor City Hall, Youngstown, Ohio. Applications will be accepted from 8:00 a.m. on Monday, August 6, 2018 through 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 17, 2018.

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Office/Clerical Office/Warehouse

Full time. Excel & computer skills required. Healthcare & retirement pkg. Apply in person: Tue. & Wed., Aug. 7th & 8th, 10am-2pm. 1650 Trumbull Ave. Girard, OH 330-759-4701


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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. This is an entry level, part time position. Those interested can email resume, references and writing samples to: with the subject line: Neighbors Clerk Candidate


Christian Preschool hiring part time teachers for 3 & 4 yr. olds. Early Childhood Education Degree or CDA required. Send resume to: tepcgrowingplace@

Real Estate Real Estate Agents - 100% commission w/private office. Desk fee 909-844-2886


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RENTALS Apartments Unfurnished Austintown

2-Bdrm., 1.5-Bath Townhome

Walk-in closets, washer/ dryer hookup, private entrance, pet friendly, carport included, $580+utilities. 330-792-0792 Austintown

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1-Bdrm. apt., $550+elec. 2-Bdrm. starting at $630 Large closets, dining room, lots of natural light. Select units pet friendly. Call 330-792-0792 Austintown Studio Apts. 1 Bdrm. Enclosed porch area Elevators, util., cable & WiFi included in rent. Free lunch program avail. 330-792-1913, Ext. 1 Austintown Studio Apts. Senior & disabled, 30% of income. Free lunch program. 330-792-1913 Mon.-Fri., 9-3 Austintown


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You Can Speak Up for a Child Become a CASA Volunteer and make a difference in a child’s life Please call 330-740-2239 or visit for more information The Mahoning County CASA/GAL Program is currently seeking volunteers for the September 2018 training class. Trained volunteers advocate for abused and neglected children in the court system to help them find safe, permanent homes. Please call for more information on how YOU can be a Child’s Voice in Court. Apartments Unfurnished Yo. - Sr. $299/mo., 2-bdrm., 1-bath. 909-844-2886 Yo. west - Garden District, 2 bdrm., $550 incl. util., no pets. References required. Call 330-565-8616

Houses For Rent Austintown - 2 bdrm., 1 bath Cape Cod style. Section 8 welcome. No pets, $750/mo. + utilities. Call 330-774-6512 Austintown - 3 bdrm., 2 bath, 2 car garage, full basement, c/a, lg. yard, covered patio, $900/mo. + sec. dep. 3405 Black Oak Lane. Call 330-207-8363. Austintown New Construction 6751 Fox Crossing Ct. 3 bdrm., 2 bath, great rm., kit., full basement, 2 car attached garage, c/a, $1400/ mo. Call 561-743-1323.

Cemetery Lots

Lake Park - Yo., Sec. 33, Lot 47, Graves 7 & 8, $1800. Call 330-540-8597 MAUSOLEUM FOR SALE Hillcrest, now America’s Cemetery (Blvd. of Flags, Hermitage, PA). Accommodates 2 people arranged head to head or toe to toe. Beautiful brick & granite structure, top level, $4995 negotiable., includes ornate lettering. Call 330-536-9258

Cemetery Lots Forest Lawn - Fountain section, 4 graves, $1600. Call 440-465-9838. Green Haven - 2 lots, 1 vault, Good Shepherd Garden, $1000. 330-272-1233.

DODGE CARAVAN - 2005 139,000 mi., runs good, $800. S - O - L - D !

Buick Lacrosse CXL - 2010, loaded w/leather, etc., excellent condition, newer tires, 59,850 mi., $9,900/ best offer. 330-793-3845.

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Couch with chaise & matching chair, lg. ottoman, red, $500/offer. 330-539-4750.

Treadmill - NordicTrack, excellent condition, $350. Call 330-720-2823

Entertainment Center - 3 pc., glass & lighted top, oak, $300. Call 330-856-4915.

Wanted to Buy

Chevrolet Nova Hatchback 1973. In primer, 355 motor, 4 spd., some rust around rear springs, lots of new parts. Must sell, $5000/offer. Call 330-519-3177

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

MGB - 1972, 55,500 mi., runs good, looks good, $5500. Call 330-539-4109

Furniture - misc., household items. Moving sale. Call 330-774-3574 Hutch - 2 pc., pine, fair condition, $200. Call 330-856-4915.

Table 56”L x 18”D, black marble top, w/2 drawers, $325; Call 330-757-1466.

ADULT 3-WHEEL BICYCLE FOR SALE Bright yellow for your safety, 24” wheels with fenders, 6 spd., easy to get on or off. Brakes & gear mechanism installed & inspected by local dealer. Everything is new including spare tire. Nearly $300 invested, only $225, includes local delivery. S - O - L - D !


WANTED Muscle or Classic Car 440-590-0193

Cadillac Eldorado Conv. 1973. Too much to list - all new! 84,000 orig. mi., $7000 firm. Call 330-718-0820

Yo. South - by owner, 3 Bdrm. house for sale. Call 330-610-6869



Rifle - Savage, model 16 synthetic, stainless barrel, 308 Win, new in box, $450. Call 330-545-5945


Houses For Sale

Bicycle - Schwinn, 1970, Hollywood, good condition, $150/offer. 330-984-8524. Call 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

Automobiles Buick LaCrosse - 2015 Loaded, luxury car, 11,400 mi., $21,500. 330-881-4455

Couch - Smith Brothers, brown, excellent condition, $475. Call 330-757-1466.

Sofa, 2 chairs & ottoman, genuine wicker, $2400/offer. Call 330-502-6166


GoCart - Yerf-Dog 2 seater, for grass, easy start, $900. Call 330-501-5455

Boats Bass Tracker - Super 16ft., 15hp., 4 cycle Mercury, Minkota foot controls, Depth Finder & radio, many extras, set up for night fishing, new $500 fish finder, $3500. S - O - L - D !

Cadillac Brougham - 1987 58,000 mi., clean, $7000/offer. Call 330-881-4455



Bowflex Max trainer M3, hardly used, $800 or best offer. Call 330-261-0414.

Free Pets NOTICE: Screen

Golf Clubs - set of Wilson Staff, 1 thru 4 wood, 1 thru Sand Wedge, 1981, mint condition, asking $100 or best offer. 330-534-8580, leave message

Living Room Set - 3 pcs., dual reclining sofa; loveseat & chair glides/reclines, $675. Call 330-792-7911


Sporting/Exercise Equipment

Medical Equipment Lift chairs - 2, reclines flat, First Street, remote, heater, vibrates. 1 burgandy, 1 tan, $1000. 330-856-4915. Mobility Scooter - Victory 10. Like new condition. Pd. $1870 new, asking $950. S - O - L - D !

Household Goods Sweeper - Kirby, used 3 times, paid $2000, will sell $1500. 330-856-4915.

Lawn/Garden Equipment Lawn mower - Toro 22” bagger, push, runs & cuts, $65/offer. 330-717-6830. Lawn tractor - Toro 42”, new spark plug, deck belt, oil & filter, blades sharpened, runs good, $500. S-O-L-D!

Musical Instruments

GREEN HAVEN Memorial Gardens - 2 Military (side by side) Plots available for immediate purchase. Valued at $1650, asking $1200. For details email or call 724-584-9471

ORGAN & BENCH Hammond, mint condition, $250. Call 330-782-4086



ORGAN - Lowrey Legacy. Model SU/300, good condition, $3000/offer. Call 330-770-2101

SALES POSITION AVAILABLE Retail promotional booth sales.


Must have reliable transportation and be able to work weekends. Prior sales experience helpful but not necessary.



Antique/Classic Cars

1955/56 Chevrolet complete original Chassis, good condition, $800. Call Salem, 330-337-9659



Marine Macaw Parrot with cage, $850. Call 330-301-6876

Kawasaki KFX80 - 2004, very clean, asking $850. S-O-L-D!


Automobile Parts/Service

KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352

Campers/RVs Keystone Springdale - 2015 38’, sleeps 8, 10x24 roofed deck, $23,000. Call 330-793-2658/330-719-3835 Travel Trailer 2018. Shasta by Oasis, 31ft., slide out, platinum int., air, awning, non-smokers. Must sell, will deliver, $19,500. Hermitage, PA. 863-660-8539

Motorcycles/Mopeds Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide Street Bob - 2008, 4,000 mi., excellent condition. $8500. Call 330-727-3406. Harley-Davidson V-Rod, Night-Rod - 2006, 6000 mi., $7200/offer. 724-924-9158 Harley-Davidson Sportster Anniversary 2003. Black with silver, 1200cc, 7500 mi., forward controls, fully loaded, excellent condition, $5000. Call 330-792-4210 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide 2003. 23,000 mi., customized, Harley orange, excellent shape, $5800. Call 330-720-2823


Tires - 4 Cooper Adventurer HT-245-65R17, 60,000 mi., used less than 500 mi., like new, $350. 330-539-9607

Border Collie - Reg., puppies 4 males, ready 8/19, vet checked & 1st shots. Dep. will hold. 724-867-6586.

Harley-Davidson Softail Deuce - 2001, 16,480 mi., too many extras to list, $6500 firm. No negotiating. To inquire: 330-207-0245

Tires - P22570R16, good tires, $150. Call 330-301-6876

Harley-Davidson Night Train - 2001, 7200 mi., Vance & Hines pipes, new chrome wheels & more, $5800. Call 330-557-6112.

Havanese, Shih-Chon, Chihuahuas, Poms, YorkiePoo, English-Beabulls, Cavapoo, Shorkies, Morkie, Chiweenie, Cavachon, Maltipoos. CC, Cash or Finance. 1560 E. Liberty St., off Belmont, 330-259-1286 Lab puppies - AKC, black, 2 males, 2 females, vet checked. Ready to go! $400 Please text 330-623-0197 Shih-Chon, Chihuahuas, Poms, Yorkie-Poo, EnglishBeabulls, Cavapoo, Shorkies, Morkie, Chiweenie, Cavachon, Maltipoos. CC, Cash or Finance. 1560 E. Liberty St., off Belmont, 330-259-1286

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Mustang - Shelby, 20” wheels with Low Profile tires, like new, $1200. Call 330-623-5237

Honda Shadow Sabre 2007, 13,000 mi., $3000 or offer. Call 724-924-9158.

Buick Century - 2003 Low mi., $1500 Call 330-702-8998 Cadillac CTS - 2007. Black on black, good condition, 113,000 mi., $5500/offer. Call 330-565-6767 Cadillac CTS - 2003 Low mi., V-6, auto., stored winters, very good condition, $5500. 330-702-8998 Chevrolet Corvette - 1994 Show car, senior owned, clean Carfax, mint condition, must see, much invested, 77,000 mi., $13,000/offer 330-507-7276 Honda Accord - 2000 excellent condition, 100,000 mi., must sell, $3299/best offer. 330-757-2855 Honda Accord LX - 1999 Runs good, 180,000 mi., $3500/offer. 330-509-3706. Hyundai Veloster 2016. Red, auto., sunroof, very low mi., nearly new condition, $15,000. 330-542-2276 Hyundai Sonata GLS - 2011, 43,788 mi., excellent condition, $8700. 330-518-7999.

SUVs Hyundai Santa Fe Sport 2013. AWD, 79,000 mi., 1 owner, $13,600. Call 724-877-7713 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited - 2004, loaded, $3000. Call 330-301-6876.


All Vintage Motorcycles Wanted Pre 1980 Any Shape $$ Cash Paid $$ All makes and models Call 845-389-3239

Need a Tenant?

Chevrolet Colorado - 2010 2WD, 6ft. bed, very well maintained, 85,000 mi., $9250. Call 330-853-6703 Chevrolet S-10 - 2003, 4 dr., 4.3 liter engine, FWD, 4WD, many new parts. $3000. 330-272-4044 after 4 p.m. Dodge 1/2 ton pickup 2003, 6 cyl., auto., extended cab, body fair, runs fair, good tires, 90,000 mi., $1000/offer. 330-717-4214.

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Ford F-150 - 2008 XL, long bed, 4-dr. cab, 6 cyl., new tires & trans., trailer incl., asking $7800. 234-830-1229



Lincoln Town Car Executive 2004. Landau top dark silver, 78,000 mi., new tires, leather seats, loaded, $5900/offer. 330-856-5546. Mercedes Benz C300 2012. Excellent, 70,000 highway mi., $13,900. 713-705-2002 Nissan Altima 2.5S - 2008 127,000 mi., silver, good shape, $4800/offer. Call 330-824-1834

Toyota Solara Conv. - 2008 $7000. S - O - L - D !

Boats Bass Boat 1998. 16ft., 15hp. Johnson, garage kept, perfect condition, new tires & bearings, leaving the state, must sell, $5500. S-O-L-D! 17’ ft. Smoker Craft Big Fisherman, 30 hp., oil injected Merc, Minn Kota trolling motor, loaded, mint condition, extras, $4500. Call 330-540-9166

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DOOR-TO-DOOR COMMISSIONED SALES Earn Top Level Commissions Through Your Efforts!

Sales Contractors Needed Throughout Our Distribution Area Top sales reps are earning per week doing this, you can too. For More information, please call: 330.747.1471 Ext. 1518

Electrical Work


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

An Affordable Painter 30+ yrs. exp. Call for free estimates. 330-565-6209

Gutter Cleaning & Installation

Plastering & Drywall

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


Ski Boat - 17’ Century Arabian, V-8, I/O. Must be sold! Now $1900. 724-652-3651

Sell newspaper subscriptions on behalf of:

CALL 330.233.3443

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Happily Ever After The DeChellises observe golden anniversary CANFIELD

Jenna Donofrio | Ryan Buck geneva-on-the-lake

Mr. and Mrs. Lou DeChellis of Canfield recently celebrated their golden anniversary with a surprise party that was hosted by their children, Lori (Kenny) Keich of Canfield and Tammy DeChellis of Austintown. Two grandchildren complete the family. Mr. DeChellis married the former Darlene Soles on May 11, 1968, at St. Anthony Church in Youngstown. T he couple a re t he ow ners of DeChellis’ Italian Cafe in New Middletown. Mr. DeChelllis worked in the financial department at GM Lordstown until he retired in 2001. He also is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. The couple are members of St. Michael Church in Canfield.

The Brookses celebrate their 60th anniversary

Jenna Donofrio and Ryan Buck, both of Centerville, Utah, were united in marriage July 21, 2017 at The Lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake in Geneva-onthe-Lake, where a reception followed. Atty. David C. Comstock presided over the exchange of vows. Gene and Janet Donofrio of Canfield are the bride’s parents. The parents of the groom are JeAnne Longenhagen of Allentown, Pa. and Marshall Buck of Boardman. Honor attendants were Lindsay and Carly Donofrio, sisters of the bride,. Kevin Buck, the groom’s brother, and Andrew Davis shared the duties of best man. Mrs. Buck graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in communication and from Ursuline College with a master’s degree in education. She is a first-grade teacher at West Bountiful Elementary School in Bountiful, Utah.

Mr. Buck graduated from Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in finance. He is a healthcare administrator for the U.S. government in Salt Lake City. The couple honeymooned in Hawaii, and reside in Centerville.


Mr. and Mrs. Loran Brooks of Canfield recently celebrated their 60th anniversary at Greenfield Village and Inn in Dearborn, Mich. Hosts were the couple’s children, Loran D. (Margaret) Brooks of Birmingham, Mich.; Cheryl (Al) Montag of Loveland; and Cindy (Jim) Corll of Rochester Hills, Mich., as well as their nine grandchildren, Aaron, Ethan and Madeline Brooks; Matthew and Nicholas Montag; and Joe, Zachary, Jacob and Katelynn Corll. Mr. Brooks married the former Joyce E. Hoyt on June 15, 1958, at Austintown Community Church where they remain members. Mrs. Brooks was an elementary school teacher for the Greenford School District and a K-12 reading specialist for the Canfield School District. She also was the director of personnel at the Mahoning County Educational Service Center and the Youngstown City School District. She served as interim assistant dean of Youngstown State University’s College of Education post-retirement. Mrs. Brooks served on the Mahoning County Educational Service Center and Career and Technical Center boards of education. She also was the supervisor of the Educa-

Christine Simko, Eric Pelosi to exchange vows canfield

tion Building at the Canfield Fair. Mr. Brooks worked in the Department of Research and the Metallurgy Department of Youngstown Sheet and Tube until beginning a new career as a farmer. He was a leader in the State and National Corn Growers Associations and is on the Mahoning County Extension Advisory Committee as well as the Canfield Township Board of Appeals. He also was supervisor of the Hay and Grain Building and equipment display at the Canfield Fair. The Brookses also were co-marshals of the 2016 Canfield Fourth of July Parade.

Tom and Mary Simko of Canfield are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Christine Simko of New York, N.Y., to Eric Pelosi of Tacoma, Wash. The prospective groom is a son of Suzanne Pelosi of Paramus, N.J., and Louis Pelosi of Westchester, N.Y. The exchanging of vows will take place August 18 at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Boardman. A reception that evening will take place at The Lake Club in Poland. Invitations have been extended for both events. The bride-elect graduated from Mercyhurst University with a bachelor’s degree in fashion merchandising and from the Fashion Institute of TechnolMr. Pelosi is also a graduate of Merogy with an associate degree in fashion business management. She is a made- cyhurst University with a bachelor’s to-measure administrator for Ermene- degree in intelligence studies. He is an officer for the U.S. Army in Tacoma. gildo Zegna in New York City.

Poland Neighbors - Aug. 11, 2018  

This week's edition of Poland Neighbors features the end of summer reading celebration at the Poland library and more.

Poland Neighbors - Aug. 11, 2018  

This week's edition of Poland Neighbors features the end of summer reading celebration at the Poland library and more.