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Students and staff members dressed as tourists for the annual Spirit Week celebration dress up days on Oct. 4.

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Boardman sophomore Alayna Cuevas placed seventh overall out of 220 runners at The U Wanna Come Back Invitational at Madison High School. Cuevas’ time of 19:47 was a career best for her.

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Boardman High School orchestra to present fall pops concert The Boardman High School classical, symphony, chamber and Project Mayhem orchestras will present a concert at the Boardman Performing Arts Center on Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. Admission donation for the concert will be $3 per adult and $1 per student with senior citizens, infants and preschool students admitted free. Music with a popular classical and rock flair will be featured on this concert. Works from classical era composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to modern day composer John Williams will be performed. The Boardman orchestras are the only school-sponsored ensembles in this area of their kind. The high school orchestra department instructs more than 130 students and is under the direction of Michele Prokop, Bill Amendol and Joel Monaco. Upcoming concerts for the orchestras are Dec. 12, March 22 (Project Mayhem) and May 22. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. and are in the Boardman Performing Arts Center.

Apprentice’s Inn Join the Boardman library’s beginners Dungeons and Dragons club and join the adventure on Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m. Go on dangerous quests with daring fights and hopefully you roll a D20

to save the day. Refreshments and snacks are provided. This event is for teens in grades 7-12.

Manning to give presentation on “David Tod and the Civil War” Traci Manning, local historian and Curator of Education with the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, will give a presentation on “David Tod and the Civil War” at 10 a.m. Oct. 13 at the Boardman library, located at 7680 Glenwood Ave. Her lecture is sponsored by the Boardman Historical Society and is free to the public. Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling Dona Hammond at 330-726-0651. Manning has a B.A. in Religion and Civil War Era Studies from Gettysburg College, a M.A. in Applied History from Shippensburg University and Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary Social Studies Education from Wilson College. She spent six years working for the National Park Service as a park ranger in various Civil War parks, including Gettysburg National Military Park, Vicksburg National Military Park and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park before coming to the Mahoning Valley Historical Society. Her fields of study include the early Civil Rights Moment, the American Civil War and women’s history. The Boardman Historical Society meets on the second Saturday of each month from September through May at 10 am at the Boardman library for a lecture on some aspect of local history. Visitors, new members and guests are always welcome.

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This sweet girl is Annie. She is a female, torbie Domestic Shorthair who is estimated to be 2-years-and 7-months old. She has been at Angels for Animals since March 28. Are you looking for a new companion and would like more information on Annie? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours.

This attentive little lady is Danielle, and she is waiting for you! She is a female, brown and white Australian Cattle Dog mix. She is estimated to be 9-monthsold and has been at Angels for Animals since Sept. 16. Could Danielle 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.

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CANFIELD

How many times per week do you clean?

Are you more a fan of tea or coffee?

At least an hour or so per day. 0% Probably every few days. 50%

I like to do it all in one day. 50%

Coffee. 80%

Both. 20%

I don’t clean all that often. 0%

Tea. 0%

I prefer something else. 0%

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POLAND

How does your family prefer to spend a rainy day indoors?

Do you enjoy haunted houses?

Watching TV or movies. 33% Playing board games or video games together. 0%

Reading and relaxing. 0% Yes - The are one of my favorite parts of October. 25% Catching up on chores or homework. 66% Yes - As long as they aren’t too scary. 0%

No - I used to, but not so much now. 25% No - They don’t interest me. 50%

NEW POLL QUESTION AUSTINTOWN

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Will you decorate your home for Halloween?

What do you most enjoy doing when you spend time with friends?

Yes - We like to go all-out for holidays. Yes - A few decorations, but nothing scary.

No - I usually do, but may not this year. No - I don’t decorate for Halloween.

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Going to eat.

Playing games of some type.

Watching a movie.

Just talking.

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Which autumnal activity are you most looking forward to?

Do you enjoy flavored coffee?

Going to the apple orchard.

Taking a hayride.

Baking sweet treats.

Other.

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Yes - I prefer to have flavored coffee. Yes - Occasionally, but not every day.

No - I prefer regular coffee. No - I don’t drink coffee.

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I Read YA book club This book club, which will take place on Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Boardman library is for adult fans of Young Adult Literature from ages 18 and up. Talk about why you like YA. Let’s read and discuss. This month they will be discussing “Grit” by Gillian French. This event is for adults.

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Senator Schiavoni to share memories Ohio State Senator Joe Schiavoni, will share memories of his lifetime in Mahoning Valley and career in the Ohio Statehouse on Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. at Kravitz’s Deli meeting room, located at 3135 Belmont Avenue in Liberty, for the William Holmes McGuffey Historical Society. The program is open to the public. Admission is $5 for members and $6 for non-members. Refreshments will be served and a 50/50 raffle will take place, to benefit the society’s education mission. Instrumental music is by Dolores DePietro. Reservations are suggested. Walk-ins admitted, based upon seat availability. To make reservations or for more information, contact Richard S. Scarsella, WHMHS chairman, at 330-726-8277.

Mooney alumni to host tailgate party before Ursuline game The Cardinal Mooney High School Minority Alumni Council will host a tailgate party on Oct. 19 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the school, located at 2545 Erie St. in Youngstown, in anticipation of the Mooney’s football game against rival Ursuline. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. All proceeds go toward supporting scholarships at Mooney. Admission includes a meal with beverage, player send off, entertainment and family-friendly games. Adult beverages will be available for purchase. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.cmhsminorityalumni.com/ events.

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The Boardman marching band drum line played for students and staff as part of the homecoming pep rally before the football game on Oct. 5.

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Students and staff members dressed as tourists for the annual Spirit Week celebration dress up days on Oct. 4.

Boardman shows spirit with week-long celebration By JESSICA HARKER jharker@vindy.com

Boardman High School hosted its annual spirit week celebration. The school had a daily special dress event that was a competition between the grades. Monday was a “home run” theme, where students wore sports apparel. On Tuesday, students wore pajamas. On Wednesday, each class dressed in a specific color. Thursday was a “home away from home” theme, where students wore tourist clothing, and on Friday students wore maroon and white. “I think that it just reminds them how important school spirit is,” said Assistant Principal Anne Bott. During the spirit week dress day’s each grade had a competition to see who had the most spirit. The points were tallied at the end of the week during the schools annual homecoming pep rally. The pep rally was organized by the schools senior council, with help from the Spirit Crew who organized the theme of the football game. “The Spirit crew, they’re fairly new, but its good they rally the kids at the games they lead cheers,” Bott said. “It’s fun. They

have the f lags that they run around the track with during the game.” The pep rally is to get students hyped for the homecoming football game, which took place on Friday afternoon. During the pep rally different grade levels continued to compete in both a relay race and a tug of war competition. Members of the homecoming court also had a lip sync competition during the rally. “I love the way our community is in Boardman. I think its exciting,” Bott said. She explained that not only do all of the students at BHS attend the pep rally, but alumni and parents are encouraged to as well. “Its a community event,” Bott said. “I think its pretty closeknit here and I like that.” The Spirit Crew organized a “pink out” for the game according to Bott in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students wear pink and cheerleaders have pink ribbons in their hair to support the cause. During t he homecoming game, per tradition, the homecoming queen was crowned at half time. The dance took place that Saturday night, ending the spirit week and homecoming events. “Its very exciting I think the kids always have fun,” Bott said.

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The male escorts of the homecoming court participated in a lip sync competition on Oct. 5 at the Boardman High School pep rally to celebrate Spirit Week.

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Boardman cheerleaders led students in cheers during the annual homecoming pep rally on Oct. 5 at Boardman High School.


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The GFWC/Ohio Boardman Poland Junior Women’s League is hosting its third annual Quarter Auction on Oct. 13 at St. Nicholas Social Hall, 764 Fifth St. in Struthers. Doors open at 5 p.m. and bidding starts at 6 p.m. The event is bring your own beverage and food. No food or beverage will be sold. Tickets are $10 each. Tickets for a lottery wreath and 50/25/25 raffle will be available. Proceeds will benefit local charities. Bring your quarters and have some fun. For more information, call Roseanne Winner at 330-402-0075. Tickets are available from league members and at the door the day of the event. Pictured are, from left, League members Roseanne Winner, Quarter Auction chairwoman; Sperry Rongone, auction items organizer; Debbie Weaver, Boardman-Poland Junior League president (current); Joyce Martin, auction items list coordinator; Maddie Crish, league member; Nina Lowery, past BPJWL president, and Margaret Cherol, league member.

The Cardinal Mooney Class of Class of 1962 to have fall 1963 55th reunion will take place dinner celebration on Oct. 20. The event was planned East High School Class of 1962 will by the reunion committee based have a fall dinner to mark 56 years on feedback from the 70th birthsince graduation at Davidson’s Resday party in 2015. Events include a taurant, located at 3636 Canfield meeting in the Radius Room of FelRoad in Canfield, at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. lows Riverside Gardens in Mill Creek 13. For more information, call Adeline Park from 1-4 p.m., a Mass at St. DiPasqua at 330-758-4082. Dominic at 5 p.m., a presentation by Mark Oles, President of CardiQuarter auction event to nal Mooney, and tour at 6:15 p.m. take place on Oct. 13 at Cardinal Mooney High School and an evening mixer at 7 p.m. at The GFWC/Ohio Boardman PoStonebridge Grill and Tavern, loland Junior Women’s League is hosting its third annual quarter auction on cated at 1497 Boardman Canfield Oct. 13 at Saint Nicholas Social Hall, lo- Road. Refreshments will be provided, and a cash bar and dinner is cated at 764 Fifth Street in Struthers. available to purchase from a limitThe doors open at 5 p.m. and bidding starts at 6 p.m. The event is bring your ed menu. The fest of the activities are included at a cost of $30 per own beverage and you can bring your person. Questions can be directed own food as no food or beverage will at the following committee membe sold. Tickets are $10 each. Tickets for a lottery wreath and 50/25/25 bers: Rosemary Cuccarese Battaglia (330-788-5505), Fred Hoover raffle will be available. The proceeds (330-758-3025), John Marino will benefit local charities. Bring your (330-533-6386, jamco@att.net), quarters, friends and have some Mary Lee McClure (330-750-1924), fun. For more information, call RosePerry Ventresco (330-716-5586, Ann Winner at 330-402-0075. Tickpventresco@hotmail.com), Mary Joyce Deskin (561-578-7910), Barbara Fisher Sloan (330-787-4731) up to and Eileen Walsh Novotny (330533-3831). 10,000 sq. ft. Now Offering Friendly Squares

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Janet Moy, president of the Youngstown Chapter of SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives), was the guest speaker at a dinner meeting of the Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MSVC-MOAA) at the Consolidated Activities Center of the Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna. Following Moy’s presentation, the Chapter ratified and adopted a new constitution and by-laws for the MSVC-MOAA, and accepted the nominations for the slate of officers and board of directors of the chapter for the coming year. The next meeting of the MSVC-MOAA will be on Oct. 19 at the Consolidated Activities Center, Youngstown Air Reserve Station in Vienna, starting at 12:30 p.m. At this luncheon meeting, the chapter will conduct is annual business meeting and elect the officers and board of directors whose term will commence on Jan. 1. The guest speaker will be Melissa Wise, Survivor Outreach Services of Ohio National Guard Family Readiness Warrior Support. For reservations, contact Janet Oglesby at 330-568-4456 or access the MSVC-MOAA web site at www.msvc-moaa.org.

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Tales and talk for 2s and 3s Join the Boardman library on Oct. 31 at 10 a.m. for developmentally appropriate books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will help your child become a successful reader. This is a holiday program and children may attend in costume. This event is for children who are ages 2-3.

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The Friendly Squares will host their monthly square dance on Oct. 13 from 7:30-10 p.m. at the Niles SCOPE Center, located at 14 E. State St. in Niles. Rex Parker will be the caller and Frankie Hammond will be cueing the line dances. The theme for the dance is Halloween. Costumes are encouraged but not required. Cider and doughnuts will be served by the refreshment committee. There is a $6 donation per person at the door. For additional information, call Gene Hammond at 330-506-3370.

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Cardinal Mooney to host parent night Cardinal Mooney High School will host a seventh- and eighth-grade parent night on Oct. 14 from 6-8 p.m. in the school auditorium, located at 2545 Erie St, in Youngstown. Prospective families are encouraged to attend to learn about block scheduling, financial assistance and admissions. Current CMHS students and parents will present on the benefits of a Mooney

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Angels for Animals has a 24-hour stray drop-off at their location in Canfield where more than 130 cats are currently available for adoption.

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Angels for Animals is looking for community members to help the vast number of strays by adopting and fostering cats. “Most of the days we have at least 20-30 cats come in. In the low days we always congratulate each other when we only get like 10 cats in,” said Cassidy Piskorick, the kennel manager at Angels for Animals. The facility currently houses 130 cats ready for adoption with another 75-100 waiting in medical holding. See ANGELS, Page 6

education. This is an all ages event as special seasonal activities will take place in the school gymnasium for children in grades kindergarten through sixthgrade. RSVPs are encouraged but not required and can be made at www.cardinalmooney.com/events.

Prepare for Medicare open enrollment This program on Oct. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Boardman library will cover important options current Medicare beneficiaries will need to know before changing Medicare plans during open enrollment. Register for this event by calling 330-744-8636, or online via the library’s events calendar. This event is for adults.

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Tales and talk for 2s and 3s Join the Boardman library on Oct. 24 at 10 a.m. for developmentally ap-

propriate books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will help your child (ages 2-3) become a successful reader.

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P i skor ick sa id t hat it s not unusual for the facility to take in about 400 cats in a month, and only have around 100 adopted. “These past couple months have been very, very bad,” Piskorick said. To battle these numbers, Angels for Animals is always looking for community members to serve as foster parents for these cats. She said that anyone interested in fostering these animals is able to fill out an application online and submit it to the organization. Angels for Animals handles all of the cats medical needs, includ ing pay ing for fixing the animals and f lea and tick medication, as wel l as a ny t hing else they may require. “We do our best to get them all out to foster homes, which is why we are always so desperate for fosters,” Piskorick said. She explained that Angels for Animals is one of the only shelters in the area that actively takes in stray cats, due largely to the fact that many shelters that are no k ill have mont h-long waiting lists. “We always need fosters, and even if you can’t foster if you are looking to adopt, we need you too,” Piskorick said. Piskorick said t hat t he best way to go about the adoption process is to come into the shelter. “We do same day adoptions, so usually if you come in to the shelter we can get your application processed that day,” Piskorick said. For the last two months Angels for Animals hosted a buy one, get one free special on cat adoption, hoping to battle the high numbers of cats being brought in. “It’s been kitten season,” Piskorick said. “They say its May to October, so it’s been a lot.” For more i n for mat ion about fostering or adopting cats at Angels for Animals, go to w w w.angelsforanimals.org.

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More than 130 cats are available for day of adoptions at Angels for Animals in Canfield.

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Volunteers looked after cats in one of the many cat rooms at Angels for Animals on Oct. 2, all of which are capable of day of adoptions.

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Two cats slept in one of the many cats rooms at Angels for Animals on Oct. 2. The facility currently houses more than 130 cats in need of adoption or fostering.


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Tag day donations support Boardman music programs By JESSICA HARKER jharker@vindy.com

The Boardman High School marching band and orchestra participated in their annual Tag day event on Sept. 22. Tag day is an event where students in the music program go door to door collecting donations to support the prog ra m f rom communit y members. “Tag Day started at least 40 years ago as a fundraiser for t he Boardman band,” said Boardman band director Tom Ruggieri. “Students wearing their band uniforms go doorto-door throughout Boardman asking for donations to t he prog ra m a nd ha nding residents a small card or Tag that says ‘thanks for your support.’” Ruggieri said that students were assigned a neighborhood, where they went in groups of four to collect donations. He continued that all groups were accompanied by a member of the Boardman Band and Orchestra Parents booster group, which drove down the road along side the students collecting donations. However, not every house in Boardman was able to be visited by band and orchestra members. “For obvious reasons, we stay off of busy highways where a group cannot be monitored by the adult driver,” Ruggieri said. A rchie Vanga l and Cheryl Taraszewski, members of the Boardman Band and Orchestra Parents booster group chaired the event. Ruggieri said that the funds collected from the community help run the music programs at the school, and are greatly needed this year because the band had to cancel their annual band night due to inclement weather. He said that donations over the past several years have been about $10,000. “We are hoping that lots of residents will be more generous this year,” Ruggieri said. For more information about t he Boa rd ma n ba nd, v isit www.boardmanband.org.

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Desi Girardi, Max Rassega, Maddie Murray and Dani Girardi, members of the Boardman band, went door to door to collect money to support the band on Tag Day on Sept. 22.

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Tenth annual Danielle Scott Memorial Writing Contest Danielle Scott was a beloved Teen Advisory Board member whom was lost to cancer. The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County is sponsoring the 10th annual Danielle Scott Memorial Writing Contest to honor Danielle and her love of writing. Teens may enter one poem with a theme of their choice. Entries may be submitted online at http://www.libraryvisit.org/teens/danielle or on standard 8.5 inch by 11 inch paper to any public library in Mahoning County Oct. 1-31. If you submit your entry online, make sure you select the writing type (poem) and be sure to include your phone number. Hard copies must be typed. Be sure to include your name, telephone number, grade and school on your entry. Entries are not returnable. One winner will be chosen and will be awarded a plaque and a monetary prize. All entrants must be in grades 7-12 and either live in or attend school in Mahoning County.

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

Playtime at your library Prepare for kindergarten through play at the Boardman library on Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. 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 event is for ages 2-6. All children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.

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Cuevas places seventh out of 220

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

SPORTS schedule

Wednesday, October 17 Boys Seventh Grade Football Boardman at Austintown, 5:30 p.m. Boys Eighth Grade Football Boardman at Austintown, 6:45 p.m.

Thursday, October 18 Boys Freshman Football Austintown at Boardman, 6:30 p.m.

Friday, October 19 Boys Varsity Football Boardman at Austintown, 7 p.m. Neighbors | Submitted

Boardman sophomore Alayna Cuevas placed seventh overall out of 220 runners at The U Wanna Come Back Invitational at Madison High School. Cuevas’ time of 19:47 was a career best for her. Following Cuevas was her classmate Sophia McGee. McGee placed eighth overall with a time of 19:50. Cuevas and McGee led the Spartans team to a fifth-place finish overall. Sophomore Bailey Moore was next in for the Lady Spartans placing 31st at 21:23. Seniors Macy Potts and Hannah Ryan placed 46th and 48th place with times of 21:41 and 21:44, respectively. Hannah Ryan’s time was a career best time for her (21:44). Finishing out the scoring for Boardman was junior Hannah Davitt with 22:34 and sophomore Isabelle Dwyer who ran a career best time of 22:46. Finishing out the top 10 for the ladies were sophomore Ally Schwendamen with 23:00, junior Gina Gabriele with 23:12 and junior Jordan Solemen with 23:42. Schwendamen and Gabriele’s times were both career best. Pictured, from left, are Hannah Davitt, Isabelle Dwyer, Sophia McGee, Alayna Cuevas, Hannah Ryan, Macy Potts, Bailey Moore, Ally Schwendamen and Gina Gabriele.

Saturday, October 20 Boys Junior Varsity Football Austintown at Boardman, 10 a.m.

Friday, October 26 Boys Varsity Football Boardman at Lakeside, 7 p.m.

Dunham leads Spartans with third place finish on Oct. 6 Boardman’s Mitchel Dunham raced to a third place finish out of 349 competitors to lead Boardman High School to a fifth place finish at the 11th annual Andrews-Osborne Academy Invitational on Oct. 6 in Willoughby.

The Spartans finished behind former Federal League rival and state ranked Jackson as well as state ranked Mentor along with Geneva and Painesville Riverside and improved their 2018 record to 109-58.

“This was not our best day,” said Spartan Head Coach John Phillips. “Jackson and Mentor are outstanding programs and are two of the best in Ohio, we need to challenge those teams if we want to re-establish our-

selves as one of the top programs in Northeast Ohio.” The Spartan junior varsity team placed fifth on Oct. 6 and finished their season with a record of 85-43. The scorers for the junior var-

sity were senior Andrew Beichner, senior Cameron Maloney, junior Steven Moradian, freshman Ben Alvarico and sophomore Michael Halchuck - who was the only Spartan to set a new personal best time at 19:26.

Boardman takes third at The U Wanna Come Back Invitational Ju n ior M itchel Du n ha m took second overall out of 250 runners on Sept. 29 at The U Wanna Come Back Invitational at Madison High School. Du n ha m’s t i me of 16 : 20 tied an earlier season mark and ranks him #17 All Time in Boardman High School history. The Spartans improved their 2018 record to 104-54 with this

third place finish. Aiding in Boardman’s score was sophomore Frank Bero in fifth place at a career best time of 16:42 followed by classmate Justin Maloney in 23rd place at a new personal best time of 17:51. Next up were sophomores Anthony Marshall and Caydin Newberry in 28th and 29th place at identical times of 17:59-a new career best for

Marshall. “We had a great day,” said Boardman Head Coach John Phillips. “Over two-thirds of our athletes ran career-bests today and we are starting to really see huge improvements from our underclassmen and r unners t hat a re f irst yea r members of the program.” The Spartan junior varsity team improved its 2018 mark

to 78-39. The team was led by junior River Flatley in a time of 18:08, freshman Ben Alvarico in a new career best time of 18:13, senior Payton Torres in a new personal best time of 18:50, junior Zander Schobel in a new career record of 19:28, and freshman Jack Graff in a new personal record of 19:28. Setting new personal bests at Madison were seniors Tor-

res a nd Ca meron Ma loney at 18 :14; juniors Dun ha m, Schobel and Alan Cuevas at 19:29; sophomores Bero, Maloney, Marshall, Beau Gorby at 18:13 and Johnny Gabriele at 19:39, and freshmen Alvarico, Graff, Jake Blazina at 22:08, Dan Chiaberta at 21:25, Aiden Chunn at 21:47, Josh Cubarrubia at 22:10 and Noah Shurell at 21:30.


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Evan Porter colored his picture of an apple tree during the An Apple a Day event at the MetroParks Farm on Sept. 11.

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Children gathered at the An Apple a Day event at MillCreek MetroParks Farm colored pictures before listening to Naturalist Brenda Marley (back) read a story.

Preschoolers learn about apples at MetroParks Farm By JESSICA HARKER jharker@vindy.com

The Mill Creek MetroParks Farm hosted an event for preschool students called An Apple a Day on Sept. 13. Naturalists Brenda Markley and Kim Moff ran the event, organizing a group of six children ages 3-5. “This is the age where they aren’t in school yet. Some are still bonded with parents some will bond with other kids. Its all part of that growth and development,” Markley said. The goal of the event, according to Markley, was to help parents and young children

socialize and teach them both about apples. “They are all chatting, not necessarily with each other yet but they are chatting,” Markley said, emphasizing the importance for young children to interact with other’s their own age. Since apple season begins in September the theme of the event goes along with the orchard located at MetroParks Farms. “It’s back to school time and everyone associates fall time and back to school with apples,” Markley said. During the event, children colored photos and worked on crafts. Markley read the group a book

titled “Apples of your eye,” and taught children about the different types of apples. Children also taste tested a variety of apple-related foods, including six different types of apples, apple juice and apple

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week,” she said, “So this is for children who aren’t in preschool or are in school only a few days.” For more information on upcoming events at the Mill Creek Park, go to www.millcreekmetorparks.org.

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Camryn Porter attended the An Apple a Day event at the MetroParks Farm on Sept. 13.

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Happily Ever After Anne Cadle | Kiriakos Kakavros YOUNGSTOWN

Anne Marie Cadle of Austintown and Kiriakos Jacob Kakavros of Cortland were united in marriage July 14 during a ceremony officiated by Monsignor Peter Polando at St. Columba Cathedral in Youngstown. A reception took place at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown. The bride is the daughter of Lynette Cadle of Austintown and the late Richard Cadle. Denise Stark and Cary Kakavros, both of Howland, are the parents of the groom. Justin Grogan-Myers was honor attendant, and bridesmaids were Jennifer Kolasky; Samantha Malmfeldt; Danielle Marsco; Ashley Belliveau; Gayl Kakavros, sister-in-law of the groom; and Christine Steinhaus, cousin of the bride. The bride wore a beaded gown designed with a dropped waist. The attendants wore emerald-colored dresses. Terry Kakavros, brother of the groom, performed the duties of best man. Brian Webber, Eric Curry, Jimmy Williams and Nik Suri, were groomsmen. The flower girl was Jillian Schaffner. Jake Schaffner and the groom’s cousin, Mikey Como, were ring bearers. Ushers were Scott Como and Gabe Stark, cousins of the groom, Mrs. Kakavros graduated from the University of Akron with a bachelor’s degree

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in psychology and Youngstown State University with a master’s degree in school counseling. She is a school counselor at Ursuline High School. M r. K a k av ros i s a g r adu ate of Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in special education and a master’s degree in educational administration. He is a job trainer at Trumbull Career and Technical Center in Warren. The newlyweds honeymooned on a Caribbean cruise to the Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Maarten. They reside in Cortland.

Neros celebrate 50th anniversaryat dinner party POLAND

Katie Farrow | Joseph DePalma Katie Leigh Farrow and Joseph Anthony DePalma were united in marriage July 13 at St. Patrick Church during a ceremony solemnized by the Rev. John Trimbur. A reception followed that evening at the Fellows Riverside Gardens. The bride’s parents are Robert and Gloria Farrow of Poland. Jeffrey and Mary Jo DePalma of Jeannette, Pa., are the parents of the groom. The bride wore was a strapless, ivory mikado sheath gown with a ruched bodice and slit skirt. A crystal brooch at the hip accented the gown. Dr. Jenni E. Farrow, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and wore an eggplant-colored dress. The flower girls were Lucia Anne DePalma and Alexis Loughner, daughters of the bride and groom; Hailey E. Weber, the bride’s niece; and Katherine R. Leonard, cousin of the bride. They wore pastel pink dresses. The responsibilities of best man were entrusted to Michael J. DePalma, brother of the groom. Benjamin R. Diehl, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. Mrs. DePalma graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science; an associate’s degree in veterinarian technician from The Vet Tech Institute; and graduated with a de-

gree from the Phlebotomy Training Institute in Pittsburgh. She is a biometric health screener and plebotomist for Quest Diagnostics and travels Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Mr. DePalma is attending Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pa., and is pursuing a degree in program management. He is employed as a mechanic with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He served in the U.S. Navy as a gunners mate for four years aboard the USS Kearsarge (LHD-3). The couple will honeymoon at a later date. They reside in Poland.

Colleen Hurdley, Anthony Colaluca to wed Oct. 20 austintown

Announcement is being made of the Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nero of Poland reengagement of Colleen Hurdley, daughcently celebrated their 50th anniversary ter of Walter and Barbara Hurdley, all of with dinner at Michael Alberini’s, surAustintown, to Anthony Colaluca, son of rounded by family and friends. Paul and Kim Colaluca, also of AustinThe couple’s children are Maria (Dartown. ren) Hayes of Poland and Paul Nero of The couple will exchange marriage Marina del Rey, Calif. Two grandchildren vows during an open ceremony at 2:30 complete the family. p.m. Oct. 20 at Western Reserve United Mr. Nero married the former ThereMethodist Church in Canfield. sa Pepe on Aug. 10, 1968, at Immaculate A reception by invitation will take Conception Church in Youngstown. place that evening at The Embassy in Mrs. Nero was a kindergarten teacher Youngstown. at Byzantine Catholic Central until she Miss Hurdley earned a bachelor’s deretired in 2009. She also is a member of gree in early-childhood education from St. Luke Altar Rosary Society and bocce Youngstown State University and is emleague. ployed with the Boardman Local School Mr. Nero was a driver and salesman District. for Schwebel’s Baking Co. and retired in A graduate of Tiffin University, Mr. Co2002. He also is an usher at St. Luke and The couple are members of St. Luke laluca holds a bachelor’s degree in busia member of Holy Name Society’s bocce Catholic Church. ness administration, and he earned a league. master’s degree in forensic accounting sity. He works at Regional Income Tax from Southern New Hampshire Univer- Agency.

Boardman Neighbors - Oct. 13, 2018  

This week's edition of Boardman Neighbors features the spirit week to get students excited about Homecoming at Boardman High School and more...

Boardman Neighbors - Oct. 13, 2018  

This week's edition of Boardman Neighbors features the spirit week to get students excited about Homecoming at Boardman High School and more...

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