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Paint and sip is a senior success
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Residents at Boardmanâ€™s Shepherd of the Valley participated in a Paint and Sip on Aug. 26. They got to enjoy wine coolers and paint a picture provided to them.
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Lady Spartans 10U capture championship
This summer, the Lady Spartans 10U softball team captured the championship of the Pony National Softball Tournament that took place at the Fields of Dreams in Boardman.
Happily ever after
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Newcomers to have first meeting in September Newcomers of Mahoning Valley is welcoming back new and old members at its first meeting on Sept. 23 at Piccadilly Parlour in Canfield. They will be gathering at 11:30 a.m. with a luncheon being served at 12 p.m. If you have had some changes in your life and would like to meet other women in the community, join them at this next meeting. They have birthday celebrations, discuss books, go to lunch and a movie, and celebrate with others, be they husbands, significant others or just themselves with dinners at various restaurants in the area. They are always willing to try new things, hear about the community and usually have different speakers at each monthly meeting. For members or those interested in joining, bring dues
of $20. Contact Ilona at 330-704-0236, Amy at 330-953-3349 or Jorine at 330757-7212 for more information or to make a reservation.
Informational meeting for Punta Cana Destination Adventure On Sept. 24 at 7 p.m., an informational meeting will take place for The Happiness Coalition’s Punta Cana Destination Adventure for April 23-27, 2016 at Tequila Jalisco on 583 E. Main St. in Canfield. Light appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available. For more information about the Punta Cana Destination Adventure, visit www.happinesscoalition.com.
Learn to decipher labels at St. E’s Boardman Learn to read and decipher food labels, and how information on labels relates to health during a Healthy Eating for You: Label Reading presentation at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 22 in the Willow
Room at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital, located at 8401 Market Street. Registered dietitian and community educator Bridget Lackey will lead an informational discussion and answer questions. The presentation is free and open to the public. Reservations are appreciated. Please call 330-480-3070. This program is provided by Mercy Health Youngstown, formerly Humility of Mary Health Partners.
Bingo and card party for SMA cure On Sept. 20, the Austintown Eagles #3298 Ladies Auxiliary is hosting a Bingo and Card Party at 1655 S. Raccoon Road in Austintown. Admission is $5 and includes a luncheon and a chance to win the door prize and bingo cards are $1 each. Proceeds from this benefit go to Spinal Muscular Atrophy, the number one genetic cause of infant deaths. SMA is a disease that robs people of physical strength by affecting the motor nerve cells in the spinal cord, taking away the ability to walk, eat or breathe.
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 of these is the best holiday cookie?
What is the best fall activity?
Chocolate chip. 50% Frosted sugar cookies. 25%
Gingerbread. 0% Buckeyes. 25%
Playing in the leaves. 50% Carving pumpkins. 25%
Hay rides. 0% I don’t like fall. 25%
What is your favorite classic board game?
What is your go-to movie theater snack?
Monopoly. 62% Chess. 12% Yahtzee. 12%
Parcheesi. 0% Other. 12%
Popcorn. 80% Candy. 0%
Nachos or pretzels. 20% None of these. 0%
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Immediate Past District 13D Governor Barb Sorkin of the Rootstown Lions Club attended the District’s Global Leadership Team-Global Membership Team’s meeting on Aug. 31. During the meeting, Sorkin presented Past District Governor Bob Whited of the Austintown Lions Club with Lions Past International President, Joe Preston’s Certificate of Appreciation for his dedication starting new clubs in the district. Pictured are Sorkin and Whited.
What is your favorite fall accessory? Hats. Gloves. Scarves.
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News. Social media.
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POLAND How early do you begin preparing for Halloween? All year. At the beginning of September.
At the beginning of October. We don’t participate in Halloween.
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Rummage sale Trinity Fellowship Church in Boardman will host a rummage sale today from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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Learning to co-parent through divorce The Happiness Coalition is hosting a four-week series of Learning to Co-Parent Through Divorce. Join to learn tools to help you co-parent successfully and assist you in understanding and responding to the needs of your children before, during and after divorce. Call Robyn Podboy to register at 330-757-4259. Classes will take place on Wednesday evenings beginning Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at 1570 S. Canfield-Niles Road, Suite C-101 in Austintown. Further information can be found at www.happinesscoalition.com.
Butterfly information session on Sept. 22 Audubon Society/Mahoning Valley invites the public to learn about monarch butterflies. Monarch populations are decreasing due to habitat loss. You can help save the monarch butterfly by providing suitable habitat in your own yard. This program will take place on Sept. 22 from 7–8 p.m. at the Mill Creek MetroParks Farm on Route 46 in Canfield. All are welcome. Call Wild Birds Unlimited at 330-629-2473 for details.
Begin your new life with separation/ divorce support group Join this small group for those whose lives have been affected by divorce or separation. You don’t have to go through it alone. Be a part of a caring group of people that together will find peace, power and healing. Look forward to rebuilding your life with a positive focus. The group meets weekly on Tuesdays from 6:30-8 p.m. at RP Life Consulting, located at 1570 S. Canfield-Niles Road, Building C-101 in Austintown. For more information, contact Robyn Podboy at 330-757-4259.
Pictured is Jeanette Bodnar at Boardman’s Shepherd of the Valley’s Paint and Sip on Aug. 26.
Residents at Boardman’s Shepherd of the Valley participated in a Paint and Sip on Aug. 26. They got to enjoy wine coolers and paint a picture provided to them.
Paint and Sip creations at Shepherd of the Valley By amanda tonoli firstname.lastname@example.org
Shepherd of the Valley of Boardman offered a Paint and Sip on Aug. 26. Residents sipped wine coolers – many f lavors were available – and painted on a provided canvases from a still-life picture of their choice. Kim Osborn, Shepherd of the Valley employee, said she likes bringing in pop-culture events like Paint and Sip to Shepherd. “I like letting them to be able to do something that’s popular nowadays,” Osborn said. Sarah Chill, another Shepherd employee, said she has fun seeing what residents final products are at the end of the hour-long event. “My favorite part is watching them make their own interpretations and inspirations from what we give them,” Chill said. Residents socialized with one another while creating their masterpieces. Employees walked around from table to table helping residents with their artwork and filling up their glasses. Edith Kurtz and Lucille Van Allen raved about Paint and Sip. “I’m really enjoying myself,” Kurtz said. Van Allen agreed. “I think it’s wonderful,” she said.
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Alba Rivera enjoyed her “wine” at Boardman’s Shepherd of the Valley’s Paint and Sip event on Aug. 26.
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On July 26, Western Reserve United Methodist Church sent the Youth Mission Group of 20 to Charlotte, N.Y., for one week to participate in a group work camp. For the last 17 years, this church has sent their youth and adult leaders to group work camps all over the United States. While there, they work alongside other youth from all over the world by helping families to rebuild their community. They grew not only in their relationship with God, but also with one another. The youth group of Western Reserve United Methodist Church would like to thank all who contributed, whether through financial contributions, transportation or time, they said they are extremely grateful.
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ABWA to meet Sept. 20 The Network Council of the American Business Women’s Association will sponsor its annual ABW Day on Sept. 20 at A La Cart Catering in Canfield beginning at noon. A luncheon will be served for $20 consisting of swiss chicken, roast pork, stuffed shells, sandtrap potatoes, California vegetable medley and cherries in the snow for dessert, along with bever-
John (left) and Joanie McNally came to the Poland library on Aug. 10 for Reading Saves the Day.
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Summer reading spectacular at the library By amanda tonoli email@example.com
The Poland library hosted the last event of the Summer Discovery Program season, Reading Saves the Day, on Aug. 10. Librarian Vikki Peck said she was sad to see the program come to an end but was grateful for the time had during it. “It’s fun to see all the kids coming in and coming up to the desk and you get to talk to them,” Peck said. “It’s good to see them have fun and see what they’re doing in their activities
for the summer.” Peck said her favorite part of the program was the first prize students received, a book they got to choose from a bin for completing the first goal. “I love to see what they pick if they’ll show me,” Peck said. Joa n ie McNa l ly ca me to Reading Saves the Day, happy to celebrate the end of the summer and excited for the upcoming school year. McNally said she enjoyed all of the activities offered by the library throughout the summer.
“I liked it all,” McNally said. Peck said Reading Saves the Day was a fun way to wrap up the summer reading program. “We are mostly just doing fun things and kind of just mentioning all of the different kinds of heroes,” Peck said. “Not only do we have superheroes, but we also have historical heroes, real-life heroes and even animal heroes.” In addition to games, crafts and fun, Peck said this year she brought snacks for everyone to enjoy – something a little different from years previous.
ages and rolls and butter. The guest speakers will be Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sutman, owners of Gallagher’s Lunch Bucket in the Oak Hill Renaissance Building, The Purple Cat and Golden String Radio. The deadline for reservations is Sept. 13, and you must have a reservation. Call Shirley Pappagallo at 330-270-9779. The public is welcome. The chapters in the are are the Youngstown Charter Chapter, Tri Gold Chapter and the Mill Creek Chapter. They will have information about their chapters on hand during the ABW day. For further information, call Kathy Anderson at 330-5336675.
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The Poland library hosted Reading Saves the Day on Aug. 10. Parents and children were invited to come enjoy crafts, activities, snacks and fun to celebrate the end of the Summer Discovery Program.
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Happily Ever After Rachel Stanko v Kyle Sheehan In a noon ceremony May 30, Rachel Stanko of Boardman and Kyle Sheehan of Canfield exchanged wedding vows at Infant Jesus of Prague Byzantine Catholic Church. The Rev. Christopher Burke served as officiant. The couple received congratulations afterward at Drake’s Landing in Canfield. They live in Canfield after a wedding trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico. The bride, daughter of Mark and Nancy Stanko of Boardman, is employed as a registered nurse at the Surgical Hospital at Southwoods in Boardman. She obtained an associate degree in nursing from Mercy College of Ohio and an associate degree in surgical technology from the University of Akron. The groom, son of Daniel Sheehan of Youngstown and Penny Sheehan of Poland, is employed as an Ohio intervention specialist for Mahoning County Educational Service Center in Boardman. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration from Youngstown State University. The bride wore a white Cinderella princess ball gown featuring a strapless sweetheart neckline, rhinestone and crystal beading, a chapel-length train and a net overlay fashioned with glitter. Francine Stanko, sister of the bride, was her honor attendant, and bridesmaids were
Rochelle Kelley of Austintown is announcing the engagement of her son, Matthew Kelley, and Allison Tillery, both of Chicago. The bride-elect is the daughter of Gordon and Elsie Tillery of Centreville, Va. Invitations will be extended for a Sept. 26 evening ceremony with a cocktail hour and reception to follow, all in the Walnut Ballroom of the Hotel Allegro in Chicago. Miss Tillery earned a bachelor’s degree in art and art history from DePaul University. Mr. Kelley received a bachelor’s degree in science from the Kent State University School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The couple both work in Chicago, where she is a graphic designer for Riverside Graphics and he is a project manager for Sears. com. Christina Prasinos and Ashley Ragan, cousins of the bride, and Allison Dempster. They wore punch-colored gowns. The groom’s cousin, Matthew Hassey, served as best man, and groomsmen were Dan Sheehan, brother of the groom; Stephen Stanko, brother of the bride; and Mark Maxwell. The bride’s cousin Ben Ragan participated as ring bearer.
Miss Serenko, Mr. DiMaiolo Sept. date set Jennifer Lynn Serenko and Robert Charles DiMaiolo, both of Boardman, are engaged and planning a Sept. 26 wedding, their parents are announcing. Parents of the bride-elect are James Serenko of Boardman and Linda Serenko of Austintown, and the parents of the future groom are Donna Yancsurak of Austintown and Robert DiMaiolo of Youngstown. The open ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Austintown. Invitations will be issued for a reception at the Links at Firestone Farms in Columbiana. Miss Serenko works in human resources for North American Dental Group. She received a degree in human resource management from Youngstown State University. The prospective groom is a Marine Corps veteran and is employed as a police officer for Youngstown Police Department.
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Molly Mann, Marcus Corlew are engaged Ray mond a nd Na nc y Ma n n of Youngstown are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Molly Catherine Mann of Youngstown, and Marcus R. Corlew of Austintown. His parents are Raymond Corlew of Austintown and the late Sandra Corlew. Invitations will be issued for an evening wedding Oct. 2 at the Pavilion at Gervasi Vineyards in Canton, where a reception will follow. Miss Mann graduated summa cum laude from Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She works as a registered nurse in the intensive care unit of St. Joseph Hospital in Warren. Her fiancé graduated from YSU with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He works for Dr. Aaron Tangeman at the Mahoning Valley Veterinary Centre in Mineral Ridge.
Miss Cichanski and Mr. Martin plan Oct. rites Mark and Mariellen Cichanski Sr. of Boardman are announcing the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Mary Jo Cichanski, and Joel Michael Martin, son of Linda Martin of Akron and the late Michael Martin. The couple will exchange vows Oct. 2 at St. Patrick Church in Ohio City, Cleveland, during an open ceremony. Invitations will be issued for an evening reception at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center. The future bride graduated from John Carroll University with a bachelor’s degree in English. She obtained a juris doctorate from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law. Miss Cichanski is a program manager with SureSite Consulting Group in Beachwood, Ohio. The prospective groom graduated from
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This summer, the Lady Spartans 10U softball team captured the championship of the Pony National Softball Tournament at the Fields of Dreams in Boardman. Boardman went through the tournament undefeated, knocking off Poland twice along the way. In the first win over Poland, a 6-3 victory, Natalie Davis kept the Poland bats to four hits over five innings, striking out seven. Gia Triveri, Nadia Rawhneh and Sarah Kinderdine all contributed with defensive play. Leading the offense was Cassidy Bryan with two hits and 3 RBIs. Ayva Fedor also had a hit, an RBI and a scored run. The Lady Spartans also got a run scored by Josie Porter. The Lady Spartans faced Poland again in the championship game, knocking them off 4-0 to take the tournament title. Davis scattered five hits over six innings, while striking out seven Bulldogs. Reagan Smith, Maddie Lester and Hannah Saluga all helped in the total team win. Offensively, Sarah Kinderdine knocked in two runs with two hits. Fedor, Cami Goske and Davis also had hits for the Spartans.
Boys cross country places fourth On Sept. 12, the Boardman High School boys cross country team traveled to Dover City Park to run in the Dover Invitational. The boys came in fourth with 97 points. Senior Ethan Schwendeman took sixth place overall out of 118 runners in a time of 18:13. The Spartans were without two of the usual top five runners for the meet, but were able
to battle a tough course to place fourth. “It was challenging in many areas of the course. Couple that with losing two guys and having another get injured while running and it was a tough day to say the least,” said Boardman head coach John Phillips. The Spartans scorers, along with Schwendeman, were junior Chris Butler in seventh place at
18:25, junior Nathaniel Ams in 15th at 19:12, sophomore Mark Moradian at 20:00 in 31st place, and junior Matt Maroni in 38th at 20:21. Setting a new personal best at Dover was sophomore Carl Jacobson at 22:05. This week’s BW-3 Runner of the Week was freshman Andrew Beichner for his continued improvement and efforts the past three weeks.
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25-14. Krista Johnson led the Spartans with 15 kills, four aces and 17 digs. Hayley Eicher added nine kills and two blocks. Katie Platt had 31 assists, six aces and six kills. Courtney Platt had 16 digs and three aces. The Lady Spartans increase to 3-2 on the season and 1-1 in the conference.
Boardman volleyball beats Howland Varsity soccer defeats The Boardman High School volleyball Lakeside 6-1 team defeated Howland by a score of 3-1, with the scores of 25-6, 22-25, 25-21 and
Boardman boys varsity soccer beat
Lakeside 6-1 in an away game on Sept. 3. Junior Robb Lewis scored twice in a span of three minutes to help open up a tight 2-1 match early in the second half. Senior Chris Dailey, along with sophomores Cameron Burford, Gavin Harris and Sean Buck rounded out the scoring. Seniors Shane Learman, Adam Deeley and Andrew Gable, along with sophomore Jacob Smotzer were credited with assists. Senior Kevin Durkin had toe saves in goal.
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POLICE REPORTS BOARDMAN Sept. 3 Arrest: Police conducting a vehicle check on Southern Boulevard took Lenora R. Lee of Moyer Avenue, Boardman, into custody. Lee, 41, was wanted on two bench warrants charging failure to appear in court. Theft: An Anthos Court woman reported having paid a man $200 for a vehicle that she has never received. Arrest: Authorities issued a felony warrant against 45-year-old Thomas P. Ferrara of Huntington Drive, Boardman, while he was in St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital’s Boardman Campus.
Theft: A man reportedly stole a $32 Ohio State Buckeyes T-shirt from Touchdown Gifts & More in Southern Park Mall. Theft: Police charged 20-year-old Kaitlyn M. Thompson of Paxton Road, Boardman, in the theft of several wax items from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. Felonious assault: Authorities received information about a possible stabbing on Chester Drive before charging 31-year-old Erica N. Woods of Chester, Boardman, with felonious assault. Woods’ boyfriend alleged that during an unprovoked attack, she had struck his face near his left eye with a small knife.
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Harassment: A man said he received an unwanted cellphone call while at his office in the 800 block of Boardman-Canfield Road. Aggravated menacing: An employee with an East Midlothian Boulevard insurance agency alleged a former tenant threatened to harm and kill him. Drugs: A man told police he found a suspected crack-cocaine pipe at his new residence in the 7900 block of Glenwood Avenue after another person who was working on the home had left. Sept. 4 Arrest: Geno M. Moore, 20, of Villa Marie Road, Lowellville, was charged with
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operating a vehicle impaired after police stopped his car on East Midlothian Boulevard. Moore, who also was cited on a marijuana-possession charge, had a blood-alcohol count of 0.096, slightly more than the state’s 0.08 legal limit , a report showed. Theft: A prescription bottle containing 58 pills was removed from a vehicle at Southern Park Mall. Theft: Police in Canfield picked up 41-yearold Anthony M. Salata of Florence Avenue, Youngstown, on theft and criminaldamaging charges after $1,545 worth of property had been taken from a vehicle July 30 in the 1400 block of Barbie Drive. Also, the car sustained $400 in damage. Criminal damaging: A man who had made a delivery to a home in the 90 block of Ferncliff Avenue did an estimated $400 in damage to a fence. Theft: Authorities took custody of Matthew E. Yalch of Wick Oval Circle, Youngstown, who was wanted on a theft charge. The 20-year-old Yalch was accused of stealing $67 worth of merchandise Aug. 20 from Walmart. Criminal mischief: Someone tossed chewing tobacco on a car’s hood in the 1300 block of Doral Drive. Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A manager with Hertz Rent-a-Car, 7735 Market St., reported a customer rented but failed to return a 2014 Chevrolet vehicle by the agreed-upon time. Identity theft: An Edenridge Drive man told officers a Social Security office notified him that someone in Youngstown had tried to make unauthorized changes to where his checks were to be deposited. Weapon: A woman in the 80 block of Leighton Avenue reported having found a handgun under a bed while cleaning a bedroom. Arrest: A traffic stop near Fairlawn Avenue led to the arrest of Jacqueline JonesShepherd, 50, of Glendale Avenue, Boardman, who was charged with operating a vehicle impaired. Criminal damaging: An electric meter was damaged at a business in the 6500 block of Market Street. Sept. 5 Animal cruelty: Police were investigating a report of a photograph on Facebook that reportedly shows a Beechwood Drive man pointing what appears to be a rifle at a dog, though the animal was uninjured. Arrest: Authorities charged Derrick J. Harmon, 36, of Kendis Circle, Youngstown, with unauthorized use of property, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, when a woman reported that after having dropped her $700 cellphone at a Doral Drive store, Harmon picked it up and tried to claim the item was his. Also, police issued a minor-misdemeanor citation charging 35-year-old Tanikua D. Jenkins of Pasadena Avenue, Youngstown, with disorderly conduct when, they said, she had become belligerent with officers who were investigating the matter. Auto theft: A 1990 Cadillac vehicle was stolen from a restaurant in the 7300 block of Market Street. Theft: A man and a woman reportedly left in a gold Ford vehicle after having stolen $31 worth of merchandise from Walmart. Aggravated menacing: A Glenwood Avenue man told officers he received a text message from someone who said he wanted to fight the accuser and would bring a gun. Criminal damaging: A car’s front tire was damaged in the 700 block of Squirrel Hill Drive. Theft: A man stole five purses from Macy’s in Southern Park Mall, costing the business $640. Theft by deception: A Tippecanoe Road woman told authorities a caller claiming to be a relative and having been in a minor car accident in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, tricked her into wiring him $900. Domestic violence: Louis J. Jones Jr., 52, of Carter Circle, Boardman, faced a felony domestic-violence charge after a woman
alleged Jones had punched her neck during an argument. The accuser was five months pregnant, a report said. Theft: A woman discovered a $60 pair of shoes had been removed from her Glenwood Avenue apartment. Harassment: A North Cadillac Drive woman said she received such voicemail and text messages. Misuse of a credit card: A Canfield woman alleged her daughter’s boyfriend had used her card to make two unauthorized transactions totaling $291 at Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road. Extortion: An Overhill Road woman told police a caller threatened to harm her son if he failed to bring $500 to him at a Doral Drive big-box store. Theft: A man in his late 20s reportedly stole two small food items from Dollar General, 4996 Market St., then fled on foot. Sept. 6 Assault/criminal damaging: A man told police he had been pushed into a window during a fight in the 5600 block of Southern Boulevard. The window also was broken in the melee. Criminal mischief: Lee T. Billock, 18, surrendered on a criminal-mischief charge. Billock, of Charles Avenue, Boardman, admitted having placed a portable basketball hoop in the road and damaging a street sign, both near Rockland and Aquadale drives, police said. Unauthorized use of a vehicle: A Mathews Road woman said a man took her 2000 Chevrolet Malibu without permission. Citation: A traffic stop in the 7300 block of Market Street resulted in a citation charging 48-year-old Ruth M. Balestra of Cherry Hill Court, Canfield, with operating a vehicle impaired. Theft: Police charged 28-year-old Tyrell C. Surles of Shady Run Avenue, Youngstown, in the theft of six DVDs from Walmart. Criminal damaging: Someone in the 700 block of Squirrel Hill Drive punctured and did $150 in damage to a vehicle’s driver’sside tire. Drugs: Authorities on West Boulevard pulled over and charged 20-year-old Aaron R. Cunningham of Salt Springs Road, Lordstown, with one felony count each of drug abuse and trafficking in marijuana and ecstasy. Cunningham removed a bag of suspected marijuana from his pants; also, a bag of pills and a digital scale were found, police alleged. Theft: A Green Bay Drive woman reported a debit card and $75 stolen. Attempted theft: A Grover Drive woman and her boyfriend told officers three men tried to take a $150 bicycle from the residence. Drugs: Police responded to a possible reckless driver in the 8500 block of South Avenue before issuing three minor-misdemeanor citations charging 50-year-old Joseph W. Sayers of Randolph Street, Youngstown, with having a pipe with suspected marijuana residue, 0.4 grams of suspected marijuana and an open container of alcohol. Sept. 7 Arrest: While dealing with a noise complaint in Second Street, officers took into custody 55-year-old Cornelius Robbins of Second Street, Boardman. He was wanted on a Liberty Township warrant charging failure to appear in court. Domestic violence: Sohail M. Awan, 29, of Claybourne Avenue, Boardman, was charged with the crime after his wife alleged Awan had grabbed her hair and tossed her to the ground, then struck the accuser’s face and neck with a shoe during an argument. The victim complained of lower back pain. Drug paraphernalia: Tammy L. Geraci, 41, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after having been pulled over on Glenwood Avenue. Geraci, of First Street, Youngstown, had a suspected crack-cocaine pipe, a report showed. Forgery: A Yarmouth Lane man reported someone stole two checks from him and forged his name on both.
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Meridian Community Care, one of the area’s largest behavioral healthcare agencies, is seeking an energetic, detail-oriented nurse to work full-time in our Medication Assisted Treatment department. Ohio RN or LPN and Ohio Pharmacology license required. Knowledge of Chemical dependency issues and Physician’s office experience a plus. Send resume to: Renee Yacovone 527 N. Meridian Road Youngstown, Ohio 44509 Via fax at 330-797-9146 Or email: ryacovone@Meridian CommunityCare.org In lieu of resumes, applications may be obtained from our website or at the above address. www.Meridian CommunityCare.org Drug Free Workplace EOE
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Multiple Positions Available Windsor Estates Assisted Living is accepting applications for the following positions: Licensed Practical Nurses full and part time Resident Attendant part-time Cook/Dietary Aide full and part time WEAL is just a 15 minute drive from Boardman, Ohio and a 5 minute drive from Bessemer, PA! Apply in person Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 5240 Windsor Way (off of Struthers Rd.) New Middletown, OH Phone: 330-542-9155 Fax: 330-542-9132 Or online at windsorhouseinc.com EOE ~ DFWP
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State Tested Nurse Aide Crandall Medical Center, a long term care facility located on the beautiful campus of Copeland Oaks is currently hiring both full and part time State Tested Nurse Aides (STNAs). Starting Wage is $11.35 with an increase to $11.73 after 90 days and the following hiring bonus. Full Time Hiring Part Time Hiring and Retention Bonus and Retention Bonus $250.00 after 30 days $200.00 after 30 days $250.00 after 60 days $200.00 after 60 days $500.00 after 6 months $200.00 after 6 months $500 after a full year $200.00 after full year If you are a dedicated and caring STNA and interested in joining our team, please apply in person at: 800 S. 15th Street, Sebring, Ohio or online at www.copelandoaks.com We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place
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Multiple Positions Windsor House, Inc. Windsor House, Inc. is looking for full and part time Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses for several facilities in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties. Must be licensed in the state of Ohio. Medical insurance for full-time employees starts at $25!
Liberty Health Care Center - Liberty LPN and RNs, 2nd Shift
Masternick Memorial Health Care Center New Middletown RN, 7PM - 7AM & LPN, Flexible Shifts
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Liberty Health Care Center is hiring full and part time Nurse Aides for ALL shifts. Flexible scheduling is available. Must be State tested or have recent class completion. STNA starting wage is $10.00/hr. and shift differential. Call 330-759-1888 for info on classes beginning Oct. 5th and 19th! Also accepting applications for a full and part time RNs and LPNs for afternoon and midnight shifts. Must have current Ohio license. New Grads Welcome! Apply in person Mon.-Fri., 9am-4pm at 1335 Churchill Hubbard Road Youngstown, OH 44505 Fax: 330-759-7285 Or apply online at windsorhouseinc.com EOE ~ DFWP
Autumn Hills Care Center is currently accepting applications for State Tested Nurse’s Aides. Both Day and Night shifts available. We are looking for reliable and motivated individuals to join our growing team. NO Mandatory OT Please apply in person to:
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Liberty Health Care Center - Liberty Masternick Memorial Health Care Center New Middletown O’Brien Memorial Health Care Center - Masury Omni Manor HealthCare Center - Austintown Windsor House at Champion - Warren Become career ready in two weeks! Call 330-759-1888 for info on our STNA training program! Seats available in classes beginning October 5th and 19th! For more information, please contact Human Resources at 330-545-1550 or apply online at www.windsorhouseinc.com EOE ~ DFWP
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Windsor House, Inc. Windsor House, Inc. is looking for full-time, part-time & seasonal (students) STNAs to work ALL shifts at several locations in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties. STNA starting wage is $10.00/hr. and shift differential. Medical insurance for full-time employees starts at $25!
RNs and LPNs Danridge’s Burgundi Manor, a Legacy Health Services Facility, is a 62 bed, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care facility located in Mahoning County, is seeking responsible, dedicated LPNs and RNs for full-time and parttime positions, 12 hour shifts & generous shift differential available. Prior work experience in a long-term healthcare and/or skilled healthcare environment strongly preferred.Point Click Care software a plus but not required.
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Outer Limits Sports is rapidly growing and seeking Athletic Performance Trainer. Opportunity to train high school, collegiate, professional athletes to develop speed, strength, explosiveness. Must be motivated/energetic. College degree or training certification preferred. Send resume to Train@OuterLim.com CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Busy medical practice looking to fill a part or full time position for Chief Financial Officer. Benefits available. Please mail your resume to: 1220 Boardman-Canfield Rd Youngstown, Oh 44512
Due to program expansion, we are looking for energetic, team oriented Counselor to provide drug and alcohol education, screening and consultation in the Mahoning County Jail. Bachelor’s Degree with CDCA certification required. Competency or training in chemical dependency treatment preferred. Full-time; competitive salary and benefits. Please submit resume to: Attn: A. Paventi 527 N. Meridian Road Youngstown, OH 44509; Email: apaventi@ meridiancommunitycare.org Or fax to: 330-743-2408 Drug Free Employer - EOE www.Meridian CommunityCare.org
Human Resources/ Safety Director
Warren based manufacturing company is currently seeking a qualified Human Resources/Safety Director, ADP and Microsoft Suite experience is a plus. The company employs approximately 200 employees. Benefits and wages are very aggressive. All qualified and interested individuals reply to: Box M58873 c/o The Vindicator PO Box 780 Youngstown, OH 44501
For local food branding campaign. Degree in marketing/related field, plus experience with events, print & media. Detail oriented with excellent relationship building, organizational & written/verbal skills. Local travel. Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DeVille School of Business Adjunct Pool Walsh University’s DeVille School of Business is interested in expanding its qualified pool of adjunct faculty to instruct a variety of economics and business-related coursework in undergraduate and MBA programs at the North Canton main campus and satellite locations in Akron, Canfield, Medina. For more detail and to apply please visit https://jobs.walsh.edu Professional position supervising group homes Please visit:
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Restaurants/ Food Service
Wendy’s looking for late night staff. Competitive pay, flexible scheduling, crew incentives. Apply in person at: 4001 Belmont Ave., Liberty
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IRONWORKERS WANTED $28.06/hr. + $22.70/hr. in fringe benefits (after a 4 year apprenticeship). Fringe benefits include health care coverage & a pension plan. Applications will be accepted at: 694 Bev Rd. in Boardman. For info see: thebuildersonline.com
Machine Maintenance Tech
Must have exp. with Mics/calipers, pneumatics, electrical. Exp. with centerless/surface grinders a plus. Apply in person @
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The New Castle School of Trades, a leader in vocational education since 1945, is seeking a Motorcycle & Power Equipment Instructor. Qualified candidates should have five years experience & knowledge in small engine performance & maintenance, electrical systems & motorcycle repair. Must be enthusiastic, energetic & have a strong desire to help students succeed. If qualified, please e-mail or fax resume to: email@example.com Or 724-202-6147 PLUMBER NEEDED Experience preferred. Call 330-783-2276
Structural Steel Fitter
Paid health insurance, 401K plan, profit sharing. Send resume to: PO Box 2217 Warren, OH 44484
Looking for an honest, reliable, hard working individual that takes pride in their work. Must have experience with hand tools, and be able to read a tape measure. Must be on time at all times, have a drivers license and own transportation. Must be able to work at least full time, and have no conflicting schedules, i.e. school, another job, prior commitments. Thirty day trial period, and raise after 90 days with no absences or tardiness. E-mail resume to: amy@signature graniteco.com
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Acreage Columbiana Co. BRUNER LAND CO., INC. 330-686-5523 www.brunerland.com Elk Run Twp. 46 partially wooded acres, pond, $114,900. Dutchtown School Rd. Knox Twp., 3 acres, $21,900, Georgetown Rd. Liverpool Twp. 31 mostly wooded acres, $59,900. Leeper Rd. Liverpool Twp. 43 partially wooded acres, $104,900. John Campbell Rd.
STUFF Appliances Freezer - 23 cu. ft., chest type, $150, white, great condition. 330-502-6668.
Range - GE, white, elec., ceramic top, $200. 330-647-8331
WANTED - Paying cash for old Maytag Wringer Washers. Call 724-974-8851
Austintown duplex - 2 lg. bdrm., 1.5 bath, basement, garage, $650. 330-779-0297.
Washer/Dryer - Kenmore (washer), Hotpoint (dryer), elec. dryer, $200. 330-647-8331
Boardman - 2 bdrm., $550/mo. Washer & dryer, lots of storage, carport. Call 412-983-6980 Canfield - 2 bdrm., heat & hot water incl., $625/mo. No pets. 330-261-1634 Poland - ranch duplex, 2 bdrm. with basement incl. appliances, $650/mo. + security. 330-770-3023.
Houses For Rent Cornersburg - Canfield schools, 1850 sq. ft. split level, 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath, , C/A, 2 car attached garage, $1150 + util. & sec. dep. 330-519-1432 Lowellville - 3 Bdrm., all appliances, clean, 2 car detached garage, $700/mo. + $1000 sec. dep. No pets. Call 330-720-1840
Rooms For Rent Sleeping rooms near St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. $275$300. No util. 330-881-7148
Commercial/Industrial For Rent Boardman - Move out of home office. Various sizes, $250-$500/mo. Professional suites. 1st 6 mo. free w/18 mo. lease 330-770-9136
REAL ESTATE Houses For Sale BOARDMAN Sale or Land Contract -5941 Stillson Pl. - $99,500 -890 Larkridge - $137,900 (Applewood Acres) Lakeside Realty Call Steve - 330-501-0278 CANFIELD - Open Sun., 1-3. 3784 Tippecanoe Pl. 4 bdrm., 3.5 bath, family room plus all season room. Metro Group Inc. Realtor 330-782-7660
Furniture BEDROOM SET - 2 twin beds, dresser, nightstand, black, Stanley Young America, excellent condition, $450/offer. 330-519-4633 Dining Room Set - table, 4 chairs, brand new, never used, $175. S-O-L-D! Family Room Furniture 13 pc. vintage Ethan Allen, dark pine. Very solid, excellent condition, $600. Please call & leave msg. at 330-565-5411 Recliner - La-Z-Boy, very good condition, $50. S-O-L-D! Sofa & loveseat - matching, plus leather rocker recliner. $30. 330-534-9759. SOFA - Excellent condition, russet color, $300/offer. Call 330-533-9141 Sofa Bed - dbl., green leaf pattern. Green leather recliner. Both very good condition, $450/offer for set. Leave msg. 330-965-9293 AAA MATTRESSES on sale now, $79, any size. 6534 Market St. 330-758-3217
Medical Equipment LIFT CHAIR - electric, light blue velvet, good condition, $150. Call 330-984-6357. Power chair/power tilt. Everything new: motor, battery, charger, control, etc., $3000. Call for many details, 330-793-2851.
Lawn/Garden Equipment Lawn Tractor - 2012, 18.5 h.p., 42” cut, 6 bushel bagger, low hrs., like new, $750. S - O - L - D - ! Pressure Washer - Simpson, 3100 psi, never used, Honda engine, $175. S-O-L-D-! RIDING LAWN MOWER Snapper, 1 yr. old, 28” cut, 11hp, like new. Don’t need it, asking $750, paid $1550. Call 330-953-3613
Lawn/Garden Equipment Riding Mower - Craftsman, 42” cut, 19.5 HP, auto., $400. 330-502-1951 TRACTOR - Wheelhorse, used for plowing only, $150. S-O-L-D-!
Machinery/Tools Radial Arm Saw - 10”, w/stand & 10 extra blades, $100. 330-538-2324.
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Gulfstream 18’ mini SL 2007 - hybrid, sleeps 4, easy tow, clean, great features/ storage, $3500 or best offer. 330-314-2445.
Ford 500 Limited - 2006 Red/tan leather, $2800 or best offer. 330-533-6358
Chevrolet Colorado - 2007 like new, 39,000 mi., 4-cyl., auto., a/c, cruise, cap, new tires, tow package, $11,900. Pics available. Call/text, 330-770-2311
Harley-Davidson Trike 2002. Loaded with extras, very low mi. Must sell due to health reasons, $18,000, no reasonable offer refused. Call 330-719-8528
AUTOMOTIVE Chevrolet Corvette - 1986, 4+3 stick, new tires & exhaust, $4500/offer. Call 724-652-4942.
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1979, good condition, $8900 rebuilt engine & trans., matching numbers, orig. rims incl., calipers & master cylinder, alternator & others new. 330-272-1886.
Clarinet - Yamaha, 4 yrs. old, great condition, $350/ offer. 330-519-4485
Chevrolet Impala - 1963, 4 dr., sport coupe, orig. condition, no rust, $5000. 330-506-8046
Piano - Kimball, Artist Console, upright, pecan wood, bench & light, $500/offer. 330-757-3667
Cabinet - brand new, standup, for pantry. 18” wide, 2’ deep, 7’ high. Paid $568. Sacrifice at $300. Will deliver, 330-506-2450
Piano - Kimball, upright, good condition, includes bench & lamp, $550 cash. 330-788-5406 Piano - upright, older, good condition, cherry color wood, $300/offer. Call 330-545-4945
Automobiles Buick LaSabre - 2001 1 owner, low mi., real nice, $2900. Call 330-770-9177
Acura RDX - 2013, NEW, AWD, only 500 mi., black on black, $29,000. Dick 330-533-9462
Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon 1976, very good condition, $3700/offer. 330-984-1934.
Chevrolet Malibu LS - 2006 4 dr., full power, 30+ MPG, excellent condition, only 40,900 mi., $6950/offer. Call 330-540-1230
Chevrolet Tahoe - 2005 130,000 mi., runs perfect, clean, $9500. 330-402-5522
Pontiac Firebird - 1990 Loaded, V-6, auto., 69,000 mi., $6500. 330-502-7905
TIRES - 2 Continental Cross Contact, 1 mo. old, 225/65 17. Will sell for $150/offer; value $232. 330-717-1468
Boats PONTOON - 21’ Playtime, 40hp Johnson, tandem trailer, excellent condition, $5000. Call 330-757-8697
Chevrolet Impala LS - 2004, runs, needs work. 131,600 mi., $2100. 330-219-4709.
Dodge Dynasty - 1991, 129,000 mi., original owner, $900. S - O - L - D!!
WANTED: Collections of LP’s, 45 rpm Records. Cash paid. Call 330-518-6576
vindywheels.com Vans BUICK Terraza Mini van 2007, Fla. car, excellent condition, 59,000 mi., $10,800. 330-892-0765. Chevrolet Van - 1985 Good running condition, red, $1300. 330-747-0744
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2000 4x4, excellent condition, $4850. Call 330-501-9170
W.R. CADE PAVING Insured ~ Free Estimates. 800-275-4581 or 330-270-5830 - PA6516
Appliances, Garage Doors Plumbing, Hot Water Tanks and Furnaces. 330-782-8105/330-788-0449
Carpets by Jim Dunn All brands, sales, installation, restretching & repairs. 35 Yrs.+ Exp. 330-550-8649
ABC Hauling & Moving Anything • Anytime • BBB Accredited. 330-788-0579
Cement & Masonry
FREE KITTENS & cats, Litter trained, pics available. Call 330-599-1370
Ford Ranger - 1999, ext. cab, 4x4, 115,000 mi., ice cold air, runs good, auto., $2950/offer. 330-219-6124
Chrysler PT Cruiser - 2010 Low mi., silver, excellent condition, $8500/offer. Call 330-770-4632
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Ford Ranger - 2001 2WD, 1 owner, $3500/offer. Call 330-536-6547
Chevrolet Malibu - 2012, only 4200 mi., cloth seats, excellent condition, driven by 93 yr. old lady, $14,500 firm. Call for appointment: 330-533-7135
Top $ Paid - old toys, old GI Joe’s, tin toys, trains, robots, etc. Call 330-307-7564
Golden Retrievers - AKC, vet checked, health guarantee, $1300. 330-868-5518
Chevrolet Colorado LS 2004 Auto., a/c, bedliner, tonneau cover, 86,000 mi., $7050. Call 330-759-8315
Chevrolet Cavalier - 2001, good condition, runs good, $1200/offer. 330-727-0618.
RCA color TV - $50 Leave your number. Call 330-505-5081
Chevrolet Cruz LTZ RS2014, 11,000 mi., sunroof, leather, loaded, R title, $12,500. 330-544-5114.
Swimming Pools/ Accessories
German Shepherd, sable, female, AKC English Bulldogs, Pugs, Shih-Tzu, Shorkie-Poo, Mal-Poo, Cocker-Poo, Cava-Poo, Yorki -poo, Pugbull, York-Pin, Chihuahua, Poodles, Beagles, & more. Pay with Cash, CC or Easy Financing, at www.ohiopuppy.com 1560 E. Liberty St., off Belmont Ave. 330-259-1286
Pontiac Bonneville 1995. 170,000 mi., runs good, new tires, $1100. 330-307-3089
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme - 1978, 23,600 orig. mi., 6 cyl., excellent shape, $9000. 330-755-1776
KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352
Oldsmobile 98- 1982, 43,000 mi., brand new condition never in winter, must see, $5995/offer. 330-637-1033
Chevrolet. 57 E. Martin St., E. Palestine, OH. Local 1-800-589-7970
GUN - Kimber Tactical Pro 2, 45 cal., new in box, $750. 330-240-1078
Mercedes Benz E-Class Wagon 2004. Black, excellent condition, 95,000 mi., $6800. Call 330-831-0437
Ford Mustang GT Conv. 1995. Lots of extras, great condition. Must sell due to health reasons, $10,500/offer. Call 330-719-8528
Chevrolet Impala - 1976 Unrestored, like new, low mi., $5000 or best offer. 330-758-8020/330-719-8020
Lincoln Town Car- Executive Series - 1996, 62,500 actual mi., no rust, $2600. Call 330-502-6668.
Buick LeSabre - 1995, 90,000 original mi., 4-dr., clean inside, dependable, well maintained, some sun damage to paint. $1200. 330-978-8744.
GUN - CZ model 527FS, 22 hornet, Mannlicher Stock, $550. 330-629-7275
Hot Tub/Spa - 2013 Marquis. Upgraded options, 4person, warranty avail., lounge-type seats, $2500 or best offer. 330-501-8298
WANTED - All motocycles, pre 1980, running or not, any condition. Cash paid. Call 845-389-3239
Ford Taurus - 2005. Gold, auto., 4 door, excellent condition, $5850. 330-501-9170
Canfield - Vendors needed St. Michael’s Rummage Sale, Oct. 10. 330-550-5900
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A+ MASONRY Brick, Block, Stone, Stucco, Concrete & Basement Waterproofing. Fully Insured. Small jobs ok! 330-402-7908
Waterproofing, downspouts, French drains, gutters, all plumbing issues. Sr. discount. Call Jason at: AB Drain & Construction 330-294-8275
Everything Masonry All old & new brick & block reconstruction. All concrete, cut outs, steps, stoops, sidewalks, stucco. All foundation repair. Sr. Disc. Small work welcome! Call 330-503-6496
Roofing done cheap! Garages & util. buildings only! 330-507-2812
SHAWN’S Vinyl Siding and Repairs. Don’t Delay, Call Today! 330-746-8158
Home cleaning, flexible hours & rates. Professional, references avail. upon request. Scrub, dust, vacuum, mop; any job considered. Call Sarah at 234-600-7251
Electrical Work A Better Free Estimates Breaker boxes, rewiring, lic., insured. 330-758-7074
Gutter Cleaning & Installation “Ralph (The Gutter Guy)” Free est. Insured. Cleaning. Screening. 330-758-6848
Tree Service J & L Tree Service Family owned & operated Fully insured - Free Est. 330-614-8578 Tree Service - Hedge Trimming - Done Cheap 330-507-2812/234-855-1095 TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL, firewood. Call 330-651-1716 You have waited long enough. Get your hands on a new house today using The Vindicator’s Classifieds.
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