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Green lights up with holiday cheer


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Mural unveiled

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Ashton and Hadley Temey sat outside Piccadilly Parlor eating cookies Nov. 30 for Canfield’s annual Lighting of the Green event.


Assembly honors veterans



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Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grade students presented the colors to start the school’s annual Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 9.




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Fellows hosts Breakfast with Santa

will provide musical entertainment for this holiday program. He plays both the guitar and piano, and will share vocals as well. Attendees are requested to bring holiday cookies or candy to share. Lunch will again be provided by the Woodlands. A nurse from Buckeye Hospice will provide free blood pressure checks at the beginning of the program, so arrive promptly at 11 a.m. This is a free community outreach social program offered to all senior citizens that is offered on the second Monday of the month every month. Different games and activities are also offered each month.

Fellows Riverside Gardens is hosting a Breakfast with Santa event on Dec. 8 from 9-10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Space is limited. Call Fellows Riverside Gardens at 330716-7116 to make reservations. All children must be accompanied by a registered adult. All participants, including children younger than the age of 2, must be pre-registered. The Local church hosts cost to participate is $16 for children Lessons and Carols event ages 12 and older, $10.50 for children Lord of Life Lutheran Church, loages 2-11 and free for children youngcated at 550 N. Broad St, in Caner than the age of 2. field, will present the annual service Canfield students create of Lessons and Carols. This service consists of numerous Bible readcolorful holiday ings by parish lectors, introducing The National Honor Society and an equal number of Advent carols, art club at Canfield High School are which are sung by the sanctuary hoping to make the holiday season a choir with the congregation joinlittle more colorful for local children. ing in. It will take place on Dec. 23 at Candice Kraykovich organized a col- 10:15 a.m. There will be refreshments oring book drive to befit the Boys and to follow in the church fellowship hall. Girls Club of Youngstown. Books can Any questions can be directed to the be donated to CHS until Dec. 18. church office at 330-533-3531. All Gathering Place event to are welcome.

take place on Dec. 10

Blood pressure screening

There will be a Gathering Place event at Lord of Life Church, located at 550 N. Broad Street in Canfield, on Dec. 10 at 11 a.m. Steve Fazzini

There will be a blood pressure screening by the Salem Area Visiting Nurse Association on Dec. 19 from 1-2 p.m. at the Canfield library.

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This fancy feline is Birdy. She is a female, torbie Domestic Shorthair who is estimated to be 1-year and four-months-old. She has been at Angels for Animals sinceJuly 21. Are you looking for a new companion and would like more information on Birdy? Call or visit Angels for Animals during regular hours.

This sweet girl is Little Red, and she is waiting for you! She is a female, red Redbone Coonhound. She is estimated to be 3-years-old and has been at Angels for Animals since Nov. 19. Could Little Red 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.



What is your holiday decoration style?

Do you enjoy holiday music?

Nature-based. 33% Lots of lights and ornaments. 66%

I prefer handmade decorations. 0%

Yes - It’s one of the best parts of the season. 33%

I like minimal decorations. 0%

Yes - But I don’t listen to it often. 33%

No - I don’t dislike it, but it’s not my favorite. 0% No - I don’t enjoy it. 33%



How many movies will you see in theaters this month?

Will you go skiing this winter?

A couple per week. 0%

Maybe one in the month. 25%

One per week. 25%

I won’t see any in theaters this month. 50%

Yes - Even if we have to travel. 0%

No - We would like to, but won’t be able to. 0%

Yes - We’ll go once if the weather cooperates. 0%

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



Which is your favorite snowy day activity?

Do you enjoy snowy weather?

Snowball fights.

Skiing or snowboarding.

Building snowmen.


Going sledriding. Visit to vote.

Yes - Winter is my favorite season.

No - I don’t hate it, but I don’t like it.

Yes - But it’s not my ideal No - It is my least favorite type weather. of weather. Visit to vote.



Are you a fan of hot chocolate?

Will you watch a Christmas movie marathon this month?

Yes - It’s the ultimate winter beverage. Yes - But it’s not my first choice on a cold day.

No - I enjoy it, but don’t crave Yes - There is a list I must watch it often. every year. No - I don’t like it.

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Yes - If one is on TV.

No - Maybe just one or two movies. No - Not this year.

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Breakfast with Santa at Camp Stambaugh Children of all ages are invited to have Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 15 from 8-11 a.m. in the Camp Stambaugh Dining Hall, located at 3712 Leffingwell Road in Canfield. Everyone will enjoy a pancake breakfast with Santa and there will be free gifts for the children. Bring your camera and take your own pictures with Santa. The cost is free for children ages 4 and under, $5 for children ages 5-12 years-old and $8 for those older than those ages, including adults. Register online at This breakfast is sponsored by the Stambaugh Campmasters. If you have any questions, contact the Chief Campmaster, Brad Lang, at 330-883-8921.

Off the shelves Attend this monthly book club for a lively discussion of titles chosen “off the shelves” of the Canfield library’s book club room. At the Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. and Dec. 27 at 11 a.m. meetings, they will discuss “Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate. In January, they will discuss “Clock Dance” by Anne Tyler.

Science cafe at Canfield library Discuss issues relating to science and the world at the Canfield library on Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. This month they will start by discussing whether we should have zoos or not. Articles from various sources will be discussed. This event is for adults.

Blood drive There will be a blood drive by the Mahoning Chapter of the American Red Cross at the Canfield library from 2-7 p.m. on Dec. 13 and 27. For appointments, call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767). More information can be found online at

Coupon swap at the library If you have coupons you don’t need or need coupons you don’t have, drop in during Canfield library hours during December to stretch your shopping dollars by swapping coupons. This event is for adults.


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Ashton and Hadley Temey sat outside Piccadilly Parlor eating cookies Nov. 30 for Canfield’s annual Lighting of the Green event.




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Raymond Smith from Dairy Queen in Canfield roasted chestnuts at camp fires outside of the store to give to community members for free on Nov. 30.

Canfield Rotary hosts annual Lighting of the Green By JESSICA HARKER

The Canfield community came together for the annual Lighting of the Green event on Nov. 30. Anthony Nacarto, president of the Canfield Rotar y and Chairman of the Green Lighting Board, organized the event. It is sponsored by the Rotary and supported by a number of local organizations every year. Narcarto said this is the first year the board has been able to light the entire green for the event. “It has always been a dream of mine to light it from end to end,” Narcarto said. He explained that in 2016 the board was able to raise the money to light the north end, and then in 2017 were able to raise the money to light the south end, culminating in 2018 being the first year the green was able to light fully. The green is covered with 60 trees that were lit during the event, each sponsored by a different business in Canfield. “All the trees get sponsored,” Na rca r to sa id. “It’s rea l ly through the giving of the community that we are able to do this every year.” Mayor Richard Duffett and

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The choir from the Presbyterian Church in Canfield sang for community members on Nov. 30 at the Lighting of the Green event.

Athletic Director Greg Cooper were present at the beginning of the event. The choir f rom Ca nf ield United Methodist Church sang Christmas Carols to kick off the event before the official lighting. After the lighting, members of the high school band, along with cheerleaders and football players participated in a parade

around the green. Santa Claus rode in on a fire truck during the parade, ending at the Township Hall where he was available to take pictures throughout the night. Other businesses around the green also offered events throughout the night. Dairy Queen in Canfield had a magic mailbox where children were able to mail their letters

directly to Santa. They also offered free roasted chestnuts around camp fires for community members to enjoy. Piccadilly Parlor had cookies available for the community to enjoy, along with horse drawn carriage rides picking up community members for rides outside the store. See LIGHTING, Page 4




Mah-Jongg Mondays Practice your new skill to rattle the tiles and join the fun on Dec. 10, 17 and 26 (a Wednesday) from 1-3 p.m. Bring your own Mah-Jongg set or share with a friend. (Mah-Jongg sets not provided). This event is for adults.

Holiday closings All Mahoning County libraries will be closed for holidays as follows: Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31, as well as on Jan. 1.

Friendly Squares Christmas dinner and dance The Friendly Squares will host their Christmas Dinner Dance on Dec. 8 at the Niles SCOPE Center, located at 14 E. State St. in Niles. The festivities begin with a Christmas

dinner for Friendly Squares members from 6-7:30 p.m. Members should RSVP for dinner by Nov. 30 to Frankie Hammond at 330-5063370. Bring a covered dish to share. Square dancing, which is open to the public, will begin at 7:30 p.m. and continue until 10 p.m. Gene Hammond and Neil Harner will be the callers and Frankie Hammond will be cuing the line dances. This will be a high/low dance with alternating tips for new dancers currently taking lessons and tips for more experienced dancers. Dress is casual. There is a $6 donation per person at the door. For additional information, call Gene Hammond at 330-506-3370.

Remembering the 1950s Christmas department store windows, aluminum trees, bubble lights and Mr. Jingeling. Relive the excitement and nostalgia of a 50s Christmas in Northeast Ohio with Laura Loew from Lost in the Past at this event at the Canfield library on Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. After the presentation, stay for some live holiday music by Stellare Strings, string quartet. This event is for adults.

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Horse-drawn carriage rides took community members around the Canfield Green on Nov. 30 for Canfield’s annual Lighting of the Green event.

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Choirs were a lso located at Canfield United Methodist Church and the library for people to enjoy. The library also had crafts available for children to enjoy throughout the night. Narcarto said that the planning for the event every year begins in July after the Christmas in July events. It’s then that the rotary and the board begin to reach out to the community for support and look for sponsors. “It really has grown every year. It is an amazing event Neighbors | Jessica Harker with a lot of community sup- Raymond Smith enjoyed a bowl of ice cream outside of Dairy Queen during Canfield’s annual Lighting of the Green. port,” Narcarto said.


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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 at 10 a.m. every Thursday in December at the Canfield library.

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Juliette Steinbeck and Tiffany Tudor were able to find all 20 hidden pictures of turkeys around the Ford Nature Center for the Mill Creek Park’s Turkey Scavenger Hunt on Nov. 24.

Community hunts for turkeys at Ford Nature Center By JESSICA HARKER

The Mill Creek MetroParks celebrate Thanksgiving with a Turkey Scavenger Hunt Nov. 24 and 25. Twenty turkeys with fun facts were hidden around the Ford Nature Center for children and their families to come find and explore. Tiffany Tudor and Juliette Steinbeck were present at the event. Tudor said she was interested in the event because she learned that the park had turkeys. “I always just thought of Thanksgiving as eating turkeys, but learning about wild turkeys has been really cool,” Tudor said. Naturalist Marilyn Williams organized the event, though it was a self guided walk through the building. Facts listed with the turkeys included that turkeys can fly up to 55 miles per hour and that the gobble can be heard over a mile away. For more information on upcoming Mill Creek MetroParks e v e nt s , go t o m i l lc r e e

arrive in Youngstown on the evening of Dec. 3 and within the following week it will be distributed. In Mahoning County, it will be available at JMJ Spiritual Connection store, located at 3408 Canfield Road in Youngstown (Cornersburg), beginning on Dec. 4 until Christmas Eve during normal business hours and Camp Stambaugh Scout Shop, located at 3712 Leffingwell Road in Canfield, beginning on Dec. 8 until Dec. 22 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12–7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Grinch party Holiday fun will be a cinch at the Canfield library on Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. at the WHO-LIDAY party starring “The Grinch.” They will view the movie and more. This event is for children of all ages and is a holiday program.

Ugly sweater contest at the library Join in the fun to vote for the library staff member wearing the ugliest holiday sweater from Dec. 10-15 at the Canfield library during regular hours. One vote per person per day, and your vote enters you into a drawing for a gift certificate prize. Neighbors | Jessica Harker

Pictures of turkeys with fun facts were hidden around the Ford Nature Center on Nov. 24.

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Join the Canfield library on Dec. 11 and 18 at 10 a.m. for developmentally appropriate books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will help your child (ages 2-3) become a successful reader.

Bookstores and libraries invited to join in celebration of Short Fiction Day The annual Celebrate Short Fiction Day takes place on Dec. 21, and founder Nancy Christie is inviting bookstores and libraries to create their own event. Christie explained that she created “Celebrate Short Fiction” Day to honor the short story in all its forms and lengths. She encourages libraries and bookstores to host their own “Celebrate Short Fiction” Day events and has provided tip sheets on her web page ( for those looking for ideas.

Gotta Move story time This event is for children ages 2-5 who are accompanied by a care giver. Join the Canfield library every Wednesday in December at 10 a.m. for a variety of musical and movement activities that appeal to the “young and restless,” stimulate brain development and motivate language learning. Adults and children, get ready to act out stories and rhymes, sing and dance, talk and play.






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Juliette Steinbeck and Tiffany Tudor looked through Ford Nature Center for 20 hidden turkeys with fun facts about the birds on Nov. 24.

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After unveiling a mural painted by Attorney Nils P. Johnson Jr., Mayor Richard Duffett read a proclamation declaring Nov. 2, 2018, Nils P. Johnson, Jr. Day.

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The mural painted by Attorney Nils P. Johnson Jr. was unveiled at City Hall on Nov. 2. Johnson painted the mural in honor of the City of Canfield while depicting a scene from the city’s annual Fourth of July Parade on the Green.

Johnson mural unveiled at City Hall By ABBY SLANKER

Mayor Richard Duffett hosted the unveiling of a mural painted by Attorney Nils P. Johnson Jr. at City Hall on Nov. 2. Johnson painted the mural in honor of the City of Canfield while depicting a scene from the city’s annual Fourth of July Parade on the Green. “Good morning and, on be-

half of the City of Canfield, welcome to this festive occasion. We are here to honor and thank Nils P. Johnson, Jr. as we unveil his mural, which he has put much heart and passion into. The City of Canfield is honored and proud to receive this labor of love from Attorney Johnson. This is just another example of how dedicated the Johnson family is to the City of Canfield,” Duffett said in welcoming the

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large crowd. Duffett then introduced Dr. Louis Zona, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Butler Institute of American Art, to say a few words on behalf of Johnson. “Art does more than entertain. It is enlightenment. It is a source of pride to the community and our community is home to great art. It teaches those who see it now and in the future. Congratulations, Nils, on a truly outstanding piece of art,” Zona said. Duf fett t hen introduced Johnson’s son, Nils Peter Johnson, and daughter, Molly Johnson, to say a few words. “Thank you for being here today. The Johnson Family Foundation will remain the owner of the mural while donating it to the city of Canfield. The city has graciously agreed to the

Foundation’s wishes to have the mural rotated to different landmarks in the city, including the courthouse, the township, the schools and Board of Education, the library, which are all locations which are important to this community,” Molly said. Duffett then introduced Attorney Johnson to unveil the mural and address the crowd. “Thank you for coming. I had a lot of fun creating this mural. It depicts small town life. I wanted to highlight the Fourth of July Parade on the Green because it is such an important part of our community. I included several Canfield landmarks, such as the Township Hall, Methodist Church and, of course, the Dairy Queen. I also hope this kick starts art awareness around town. We will be holding an art

show on the Green next summer and we are hoping to attract national artists to this show and we will build on it over the years. Thank you for coming. I hope you all participate as we go forward in our community and further develop our community,” Johnson said. Duffett then read a proclamation declaring Nov. 2, 2018, Nils P. Johnson Jr. Day. District Director Sarah Keeler of Congressman Bill Johnson’s office also presented Johnson with a proclamation. Duffett then invited everyone in attendance to get a closer look at the mural. “It’s great to see everybody here today. Thanks so much for coming and we invite you to come up and get closer look at the mural,” Duffett said.

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Attorney Nils P. Johnson Jr. was joined by, from left, Mayor Richard Duffett, daughter Molly Johnson, son Nils Peter Johnson and wife Kathleen at the unveiling of his mural at City Hall on Nov. 2.



Thanksgiving at Ursuline Preschool and Kindergarten

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Mrs. Sebastiani’s 4-year-old class at Ursuline Preschool and Kindergarten celebrated Thanksgiving by making and sharing cornbread recently. The class posed for a picture afterward.

Students selected for District V Honors Band

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Five Canfield Village Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade band students were selected to participate in the Ohio Music Educators Association District V Honors Band on Nov. 9 and 10 at Stambaugh Auditorium. District V is made up of schools in Ashtabula, Trumbull and Mahoning Counties. One hundred and nine students were in the band representing 33 schools. The students were selected by nominations from their respective band directors. The band rehearsed all day on Nov. 9 and in the morning on Nov. 10. A concert was presented at 1 p.m. in the Stambaugh Auditorium. This year’s honor band was guest conducted by William Owens, whose career as a music educator spans three decades. He is very active as a composer, clinician and conductor throughout the United states and Canada.

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Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grade students presented the colors to start the school’s annual Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 9.

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As the Canfield Cambiata performed “Salute to Armed Forces” at the Canfield Village Middle School’s annual Veterans Day Assembly, veterans in attendance stood and were recognized when the song from their branch of the military was presented.

CVMS students honor veterans at assembly By ABBY SLANKER

Ca n f ield V i l lage M idd le School eighth-grade students honored veterans during the school’s annual Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 9. The volunteer students invited local veterans to attend and were responsible for every aspect of the program, including presenting the colors and welcoming their guests and writing speeches

and presenting them to creating the PowerPoint presentation for the program. The students also invited their guest speaker Sgt. Robert Suttle of the United States Army, a veteran of the Vietnam War. The students, under the direction of history teachers Mike Kerensky, Jason Jugenheimer and Jared Turocy, worked several hours after school to organize the program, during which students broke down the word

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Sgt. Robert Suttle of the United States Army, a veteran of the Vietnam War, served as guest speaker at Canfield Village Middle School ‘s annual Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 9.

veteran to use as an acronym to describe qualities and characteristics all veterans possess. The students began the program with a welcome to their guests and then the posting of the colors which attendees were asked to stand for and remain standing for the “Pledge of Allegiance.” The National Anthem was then performed by the Canfield Village Middle School Canfield Cambiata, under the direction of CVMS music teach-

er Tom Scurich. An eighth-grade student then gave a speech detailing the history of Veterans Day. Next, the Canfield Cambiata performed “Salute to Armed Forces,” during which veterans in attendance were asked to stand and be recognized when the song from their branch of the military was presented. Each veteran received resounding applause. In introducing the theme

of the assembly, a student explained that the word ‘veterans’ would be broken down into an acronym to describe qualities and characteristics all veterans possess. Each letter in the word was assigned to two students, with the first student reading a quote which applied to the quality or characteristic and the second student expounding on the meaning of the word and how it See VETERANS, Page 9

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A Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grade student spoke at the school’s annual Veterans Day Assembly.

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Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grader Madison Murphy invited her uncle, Sgt. Robert Suttle of the United States Army, a veteran of the Vietnam War, to serve as guest speaker of the school’s Veterans Day Assembly.

Canfield Village Middle School eighth-grade student volunteers prepared and executed the school’s annual Veterans Day Assembly, which featured guest speaker Sgt. Robert Suttle of the United States Army, a veteran of the Vietnam War.


My faith in God got me through it. I am thankful for today and I have learned from the past. As bad as it was in Vietnam, I cannot imagine not meeting the men I served with and having them in my life. We became brothers. We shared, and still

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related to military veterans. The letter V stood for valor; the letter E stood for expectations; the letter T stood for tradition; the letter E stood for emotions; the letter R stood for respect; the letter A stood for attitude; the letter N stood for nation and the letter S stood for sacrifice.

Sgt. Robert Suttle was then introduced by his niece, Madison Murphy, a CVMS eighth-grader. Sgt. Suttle told the students he was going to use his time with them to tell them about the great men he served with and the reunions he attends with them today. “Someone once asked me if I ever think about Vietnam. I said yes, I think about it every day. How can I not think about it?

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Kindergarten students at C.H. Campbell recently learned there’s more to pumpkins than meets the eye. The students have been using the seasonal favorite to learn essential math concepts such as 2D shapes, counting by ones and tens and nonstandard units of measurement. Parent volunteers facilitated the entire activity, while teachers rotated among groups questioning and observing. Students measured the width with links and the height with unifix cubes. The students got to choose which shapes the parents would carve the eyes, nose and mouth. The children and parents were then treated to doughnuts. Canfield Superintendent Alex Geordan also made a special guest appearance to read “Spookley the Square Pumpkin.”

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Things Remembered Now Hiring! Up to $10.80/hr. Full and part time seasonal jobs in Quality Control, Shipping, and Inventory Control

Earn a bonus of up to $250.00 by completing the Holiday Season with us! Shop for the holidays with a 40% Employee Discount! Positions available on all shifts in a 24/7 facility, including weekends We offer four 10-hour shifts Monday thru Thursday or Tuesday thru Friday We also offer Weekend shifts: 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday thru Sunday Or 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Saturday thru Monday

Earn a Shift Differential of $1.30 per hour! Go to: nowhiring

Things Remembered Fulfillment Center 500 South Bailey Road North Jackson, Ohio 44451 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug test

General Help

Fundraising Needed

Internet, computer, telephone & organizational skills to be used for our B2B membership sponsor campaign. This benefits hurting veterans. Wage & bonuses are offered and a management position is available. Call 330-398-2904 or email



Driver Needed

To haul gasoline. Local area. Home every day. Requirements: Class A driver’s license with Hazmat. Call 330-505-8299 Straight Truck CDL Class A or B for Coy Brothers, Inc. Must be 23 years or older with 2 years driving experience. Home during week/ weekends. Benefits. Call 330-533-6864

For the Village of Sebring, Ohio

Maintenance/ Janitorial

Civil Service Exam to be given on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 9am. Applications and requirements may be obtained at: The Village of Sebring, 135 E. Ohio Avenue Sebring, Ohio Deadline to submit application is 5:00pm, December 14, 2019.

Custodial Supervisor

ZONING BOARD POSITION The Poland Township Trustees are seeking applicants for appointment to the Zoning Appeals Board and Zoning Commission Board, and an Alternate for each Board. Individuals interested in appointment must reside in the unincorporated area of Poland Township, and should mail or deliver a letter of interest and statement of qualifications to: Poland Township Trustees 3339 Dobbins Road Poland, Ohio 44514, on or before Friday, December 21, 2018 The Palace is now hiring DANCERS for front & back. Apply Wed.-Sat., 8pm10pm. Call 330-536-9266 You have waited long enough. Get your hands on a new job today using the Neighbors Classifieds.

General Help

Jewish Community Center of Youngstown seeking an organized, reliable, detailoriented individual to fulfill the role of Custodial Supervisor for our facility. Fulltime, $30,000-$40,000 plus benefits, overnight hours required. For a complete description of this position, visit our website at: Send resume to:


Attn: Human Resources 505 Gypsy Lane Youngstown, OH 44504 Or email to: humanresources@




Day Habilitation Supervisor Gateways to Better Living, Inc. is looking for a highly motivated individual to supervise a day habilitation program for individuals with developmental disabilities. The successful candidate will be energetic and inventive planning activities for the individuals, with community integration in mind, as well as creative activities such as arts and craft project. to provide a meaningful experience. This position is made for the person with a dynamic personality and a passion for serving this population. Bachelor’s degree preferred, with experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Supervisory experience helpful. Valid driver’s license required. Excellent benefits and starting salary. Apply online at:; Fax resume to: 330-792-3386 Or email to: mobrien@ EOE


GENERAL PRODUCTION and SHIPPING & RECEIVING POSITIONS Ventra Salem, LLC is a leading manufacturer and supplier of components for the automotive industry is hiring! Come be part of an Awesome team!! Ventra offers THREE Medical plan options to select from! We also offer dental, vision, free life insurance. Plus 401k with an excellent company match! TUITION REIMBURSEMENT! DISCOUNTS ON YOUR CELL PHONE BILL!! PAID EVERY FRIDAY!! NO Waiting Period For Holiday Pay!! Apply Online: Or stop by in person:

Ventra Salem, LLC

800 Pennsylvania Ave., Salem, Ohio EOE

Drug Free Workplace


ICF Director Gateways to Better Living, Inc. is looking for a seasoned professional in the field of developmental disabilities to oversee the provision of services in ICF/DD group homes. Experience with supervision of programs serving individuals with developmental disabilities required. Progressive supervisory experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. This is a great opportunity to grow with a well-established provider that is expanding services! Send resume and salary requirements to: mobrien@ Or fax to: 330-792-4359 EOE

December 8-14 Place your ads online at, go to Classified tab, click Place Ad or call (330) 746-6565

Restaurants/ Food Service Cooking, Cleaning & Cashier Needed for Fast Food Restaurant. Belmont Ave., Liberty and Youngstown locations. Call 330-787-7510 or email


Salem, OH Has the following immediate position available

Production Associates

Wages start at $12.61-$13.58/hr. & progress to $14.55-$16.01/hr. over 2 years.

Electrician (night shift)

Waiver Services Coordinator Needed to oversee all operational and programmatic aspects of waiver sites for individuals with developmental disabilities. High School diploma or GED required. Must have supervisory experience, as well as training and background in the field of developmental disabilities. Must be able to work varied shifts, as well as weekends, will work on call. Valid driver’s license required. Excellent benefits. Apply online at:; Email resume to: mobrien@; Or fax to: 330-792-4359 EOE To Advertise in Neighbors.

Call 330-746-6565

General Help

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

Sales Contractors Needed Throughout Our Distribution Area

Wages start at $21.34/hr. & progress to $23.28/hr. over 2 years

Mechanical Maintenance (night shift)

Wages start at $20.37/hr. & progress to $22.31/hr. over 2 years, 5 years of experience or journeyman’s card required. American Standard offers benefits, 401k match & bonuses. Qualified candidates should e-mail their resume to: schnablj@ Mail to:

American Standard Attn: HR 605 S. Ellsworth Ave. Salem, OH 44460 Or fax to: 330-337-2203



RENTALS Apartments Furnished Austintown

Studio Specials

Furnished & unfurnished studios available. Lg. closets, balcony or patio, onsite fitness & pool, short term leases available. 1/2 off 1st full month with new 1 yr. lease, $520 + electric. 330-792-0792

Apartments Unfurnished Austintown Apartment

Large 1-bdrm. apt., ample closet space, balcony/patio, in bldg. laundry, pool & fitness center on site. 1/2 off 1st full month rent Call for details, 330-792-0792 Austintown

Basement Townhomes

2 & 3 Bdrm., 1.5-bath townhomes, spacious closets, finished basement rec rm., pet friendly, washer/dryer hookup, starting at $790 + utilities. Save 1/2 off the 1st full month rent. Call today! 330-792-0792 Austintown

LeChateau Apts.

1-Bdrm., 1-bath, lg. closets, central air, select units pet friendly, $550 + elec., free water & heat. Call today for AMAZING specials! 330-792-0792. Austintown Studio Apts. Senior & disabled, 30% of income. Free lunch program. 330-792-1913 Mon.-Fri., 9-3 Boardman

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

Ask for Special! Girard - 2 bdrm., $480/mo. & up, heat & water incl. Call 330-539-4549. Struthers - lake area, ranch duplex, 2 bdrm., basement, $450 + sec. 330-797-8659.


SALES POSITION AVAILABLE Retail promotional booth sales.


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

Sell newspaper subscriptions on behalf of:

Top sales reps are earning per week doing this, you can too. For More information, please call: 330.747.1471 Ext. 1518

CALL 330.233.3443

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Houses For Rent



Free Pets





Yo. South - 3 bdrm., liv. rm., din. rm., kit., newly remodeled, new carpet, alarm system, $575/mo. incl. water, 402-681-1691/402-330-7357

Curio cabinet, solid walnut, 3-shelf, lighted, 2 cupboards on bottom, $100. Call 330-651-0558

KITTENS & CATS 330-502-5352

NOTICE: Screen respondents carefully when giving away animals.

Buick Park Ave. Ultra - 1996 89,000 mi., moonroof. leather int., very good condition, no rust, $2500. S-O-L-D-!

Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD 2003. PA inspected thru Oct. 2019, Western poly plow in excellent condition, 120,000 mi., dump insert, $5700 firm. 724-866-6486

FORD RANGER - 2003 Super Cab XLT, step side, 6ft. bed, auto., V-6, over $2800 in new parts, $3500/offer. 330-207-8976

Pontiac Montana Van 2002. 119,000 mi., needs gas gauge repair, new muffler, front brakes & struts, 3.4 engine, runs good, very clean int., $2000. 330-534-3347/330-501-6031

Condos For Rent BOARDMAN - Presidential Estates, 2 bdrm. condo, $795/mo. Call 330-505-1514 Canfield - Summit at St. Andrews., 2 bdrm., 2 full bath, garage. 330-788-7879.


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

Knox Twp. 1 Acre, nice homes in quiet area, $12,900. Bayard Rd. Liverpool Twp. 5 Wooded acres, $19,900. Leeper Rd. Yellow Creek Twp. 75 Acres, mostly wooded, $245,900.


STUFF Antiques/Collectibles LIONEL (1952) passenger train set - Santa Fe F-3 AA & 4 aluminum cars, $400. Call 330-547-2741

Appliances Dryer - Electric, $75. Call 330-757-4254

Dining Room Table - Formal cherry, 66x43 + 18” leaf, 6 chairs, $475. 330-719-1647 Table - round, like new, cherry w/glass top, $200. 234-308-9408/330-507-1115 Table, Ethan Allen, 34”, solid maple, round, pedestal, 4 chairs, needs some restaining, $50. Call 330-651-0558 TV table - black glass, 3-shelves, $50. 330-651-0558 Amish-made black walnut table & 7 chairs with 4 leafs, great condition, $750. Call 330-518-1789

Jewelry Watch - used Hamilton Spirit of Liberty Auto-Crono, $700/offer. 330-240-1078.

Musical Instruments PIANO - Beautiful mahongany Spinet, $400. Call 330-717-7671

Sporting/Exercise Equipment Gun - Glock 22 GEN 4, 40 cal., 15 round clips, mint, $700/offer. 330-799-4282 GUN - Glock G35, tactical, long slide, 6” barrel, laser sites, $700. 330-729-1203 Pilates Pro Chair - with sculpting handles, new $300+, used 3-5 times, askig $150. 440-463-5635.


Washer & Dryer - Whirlpool, $500. Like new. Call 234-308-9408/330-507-1115

Radio - Bose w/multi CD disc player & headphones, $300. Call 330-286-9575.

Cemetery Lots

TV - 55” Vizio, 3 yrs. old, $300. Call 234-308-9408 or 330-507-1115.

Forest Lawn - 2 graves, Mill Creek section, lot 104, block B, graves 4 & 5. $1500 for both. 330-518-0826.

Christmas Trees/Trim A Santa for young & young at heart. Home/office visits 40 yr. exp. 330-727-5688 Christmas Tree - 10’ Balsam Hill Fraser Fir, with Easy Plug multi color lights, new, $500. 234-421-5048. Want to buy a bike or have one to sell? Try Classified ads for the best results! Call (330) 746-6565.

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


PETS, ANIMALS Birds Will take free birds into my loving care any time. Call 330-965-0194

Dogs German Shepherd Pups AKC, $800. Sable, black, black & tan. 724-699-8846. Great Dane Pups - AKC Fawn, shots! Ready for Christmas! 814-616-0416.

Shih Tzu Puppies $500. 330-720-1560 Yorkie, Morkie, Beagliers, Shorkie, Shih-chon, Cavachon 3/4, Mini Dachshund, Yorkie-Bichons, Malchon. Cash or Finance 330-259-1286 1560 E. Liberty St., Girard, Ohio (Youngstown)


AUTOMOTIVE Antique/Classic Cars Chevrolet Conversion Van 1985, 2nd owner, 60,000 mi., stored winters, $9975/offer. 330-792-8284

Motorcycles/Mopeds Suzuki Burgman Trike Motor Scooter 2003, $5500/offer. Call 330-545-1953.


Do you have toys, antiques, bicycles, jewelry or other items that you would like to sell? Call 746-6565 to place your Classified ad today!

Advertisers are requested to check the first appearance of ads for accuracy. This newspaper will be responsible for only one incorrect insertion, the first one. ANY ERROR SHOULD BE REPORTED IMMEDIATELY.



Ford Taurus Police Interceptor - 2013, AWD, 96,000 mi., $4800. 330-507-5559 BRITTAIN Chevrolet. 57 E. Martin St., E. Palestine, OH. Local 1-800-589-7970

SUVs Saturn VUE 2004. V-6, black, good condition, Honda engine & trans., 214,400 mi., $2000. 330-406-6231

Chevrolet S-10 Pickup 2001. blue, V6, 3rd. dr., bedliner, 55,000 mi., very clean, $4000 firm. 330-584-9711 Dodge Dakota - 2008 Pearl black, crew body, less than 100,000 mi., $7500. Call 330-549-5462

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Dodge Crew Cab Pickup 2005. SLT, Hemi, 4x4, 138,000 mi., $6995. 330-533-9119/330-770-9401

Volkswagen Tiguan - 2013 AWD, sunroof, cell phone pairing, new tires, nonsmoker, lady driver, only 30,000 mi., $12,000. Call 330-726-6050

Ford F150 LTD - 2017 8’ bed, 4WD, loaded, 2900 mi., $29,995. Estate Sale. Call 814-450-2692

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

Ford F-150 STX 2004. 4WD, 169,000 mi., runs good, $4000. Call 330-766-3827



Multimedia Sales Consultant

The Vindicator has an immediate opening for an energetic, experienced digital and print salesperson to provide our clients multimedia marketing solutions that help them grow their business. Experience with the use of digital and mobile products and their marketing applications is a must.

In addition, qualified candidates should:


VHS TRANSFERS VHS to DVD Call 724-349-4455

Free pickup for old appliances or scrap metal. Cleanouts & handyman services. Call Dave 330-347-5581.

Cleaning Interior Residential/Office - 20+ yrs. exp. References avail. Reliable & Trushworthy. Call or text, 330-207-3575

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

Gutter Cleaning & Installation Gutters Cleaned, Installed, Repaired. Call 330-402-7908

Primary responsibilities include:

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

• Selling and providing excellent customer service to our existing clients • Cold calling and developing new business accounts on a regular basis • Meeting and exceeding monthly sales goals • Creating and presenting products that meet clients marketing needs

Handyman Brown Handyman & Remodeling. Jobs big & small. 34 yrs. exp. Most Credit Cards, BBB A+. Call 330-766-0925.

A high school graduate with a college degree or similar work experiences is preferred. Send a complete resume with cover letter and salary requirements to:

Multimedia Sales Consultant • Attn. Jac Clay c/o The Vindicator • PO Box 780, Youngstown, OH 44501-0780 or email to

General Services

Electrical Work

• Be able to demonstrate strong selling skills • Have excellent two-way communication skills • Consistently portray a positive, friendly demeanor and attitude • Have an open and creative mindset that can adapt to the ever-changing digital media landscape • Be able to multi-task a variety of products, scheduling and deadlines • Be a professional representative of our company at all times

The Valley’s Largest Auto Showroom

REDUCED! Ford Ranger Edge 2003. Extra cab, 2WD, auto., a/c, CD, p.w., p.l., cruise, 126,000 mi., $1500! S-O-L-D!

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


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

Kitchen/Vanities Yo. Cabinet Works  Cabinet Refacing, C. Tops, New Kitchens, Ceramic Tile. Call 330-782-9016 

Leaf Removal Leaf removal, fall clean up, curb side pick up. Free est. Insured. 330-518-2003.

Painting Dave The Painter Professional work/best prices. Dave, 330-507-2922.

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

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

Towing Big D Towing, flat rate $40. We also buy cars. Call Dave 330-347-5581. Advertise in Neighbors. 330.746.6565

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

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Happily Ever After Brittany Carlon | Daniel McCloud FARMINGTON, PA.

Brittany Carlon and Daniel McCloud exchanged wedding vows May 26 at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. The ceremony was officiated by Dunnegan McKay. Parents of the couple are Philip and Barb Carlon of Boardman, Don McCloud of O’Fallon, Mo., and Jeanne Lynn McCloud of Belleview, Fla. The bride’s mother’s original wedding gown was repurposed for the occasion. It had a sleeveless V-neck bodice embellished with the original Venise lace and hand beading. The cathedrallength veil was detailed with glass beads and trimmed with lace taken from her mother’s veil. Matrons of honor were the bride’s sisters, Brooke Vaughn and Brianne Rush. Bridesmaids were Tammy Carlon, the bride’s sister-in-law; Caley McCloud, the groom’s sister; Juliana Cala; and Crea Scalzo. Ryan Joyce, the groom’s cousin, was best man, and groomsmen were Kevin Kitt; Philip Carlon, the bride’s brother; George Clarke; Dunnegan McKay; and Daniel Martin, the groom’s cousin. Mrs. McCloud g raduated f rom



Jim and Paula Love were the guests of honor Oct. 27 at a surprise dinner party with family and friends at Caffe Capri in Boardman in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts for the observance were the couple’s children and their spouses, Wendy and Chuck Sinito of Cleveland and Mark and Melissa Love of Kennesaw, Ga. Three grandsons complete their family. Mr. Love a nd t he former Paula McC h r ist ia n were ma r r ied Oc t. 26, 1968, at St. Brendan Church in Youngstown. Mrs. Love is a self-employed hairdresser, and her husband retired in 1998 from General Motors Corp. in The couple are members of St. BrenYoungstown State University with a Lordstown. He also served in the U.S. dan Church. bachelor’s degree in business adminis- Navy from 1969-72. tration. She is a financial services representative at New York Life in Pittsburgh. Her husband earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Duquesne University and is the account manager for Hydrotechnik USA Inc. in Pittsburgh. CANFIELD The couple live in Mars, Pa. The 50th wedding anniversary of Jerry and Bernadette Hamrock of Canfield was celebrated recently during a family trip to the couple’s daughter’s home in Austin, Texas, where they also were joined by their son and his family. A family dinner was hosted by their children at Italics Restaurant in Austin, culminating the trip. Mr. Hamrock and the former Bernadette Hayek were married Oct. 30, 1968, at Our Lady of Lebanon Shrine in North Jackson. The couple are members of St. Maron Church. They are the parents of Jerry (Barb) Hamrock of San Jose, Calif.; and Lori Lesko of Austin. Five grandchildren, Kayla, Alexander and Ryan Hamrock Associates and later as the accounting and Tyler and Ava Lesko, complete their manager for MS Consultants Inc. family. Mr. Hamrock served in the National Mrs. Hamrock retired in 2015 after Guard and worked for 35 years at Genworking more than 40 years in the ac- eral Motors Inc. in Lordstown. He recounting field, first for K. Anthony Hayek tired in 2007.

Yingling-Lisko wedding date set for Dec. 22 Michael and Judy Lisko of Boardman are announcing plans for the forthcoming marriage of their son, Michael Lisko of Cranberry Township, Pa., to Natalie Yingling, also of Cranberry Township. Miss Yingling is a daughter of Thomas and Joanne Yingling of Gibsonia, Pa. The couple will exchange vows at 2 p.m. Dec. 22 at St. Peter Church in Pittsburgh, and a reception will follow at the Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square. Invitations will be extended for both events Mr. Lisko is employed as director of financial reporting at NEP Group in Pittsburgh.

Surprise party marks Loves’ 50th anniversary

Hamrocks’ 50th observed during trip to Texas

Canfield Neighbors - Dec. 8, 2018  

This week's edition of Canfield Neighbors features the Lighting of the Green event and more.

Canfield Neighbors - Dec. 8, 2018  

This week's edition of Canfield Neighbors features the Lighting of the Green event and more.