Submitted photo The East Palestine “Oldies on Tour” will be at the EPHS auditorium at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25. Tickets are $10 for addults and $5 for students. Proceeds will benefit the band. Shown are (from left) Jim Bacon, Steve Baird, Justin Powers, Roxanna Martinez, Denny Sugar, Lenny Glavin, Chris Rutledge, David Figley, Nate Sugar, Traci Patterson, Jim Wilson, Marlene Figley, Joseph Kusior and Jim Figley.

TOPS 2231

EAST LIVERPOOL — TOPS 2231 met at Always Best Care with leader Tonnie Slagle presiding.

Pam Fouse gave the secretary report and Cassie Stephens gave the treasurer report. Both were approved.

Verla Betteridge was the KOPS best loser and also the officer best loser. She had three weeks in leeway. Anita Kukich, Slagle, Stephens, and Betteridge are all in leeway.

Betteridge won the calorie charts, Stephens won the dimes and Fouse won the 50/50.

Submitted photo Judge Thomas Baronzzi last week swore in Eileen Dray-Bardon and Tom Butch to new four-year terms as directors of the Columbiana County Park District. The park district oversees two parks and the Greenway Trail.

The no-no’s are ice cream and no eating after dinner.

Stephens had an article on “Striking a Balance to Avoid Dangerous Falls.”

Slagle closed the meeting with prayer requests followed by the Lord’s Prayer.

‘Hunchback’ will also help Paris

Tickets go on sale today for the Crestview High School theatre program March show, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” Show times are 7 p.m. March 20-21 and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 22. “Hunchback” is based on songs from the 1996 Walt Disney movie and Victor Hugo’s 1831 novel. All performances will feature a live orchestra. Tickets, available at www.crestviewrebels.org, are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students and $5 for children under 5. All tickets at the door are $12. Presale ticketing ends at midnight March 19. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the effort to help rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France.

Submitted photo ODNR Director Mary Mertz, ODNR Chief of Division of Parks and Watercraft Glen Cobb, ODNR NE District Parks Manager Doug Lyons and ODNR Beaver Creek Park Manager Karl Mattern toured the Beaver Creek Wildlife Center last week. Shown are (from left) Mattern, Lyons, Mertz, Russ Henry, Paula Patterson, Kathy Cattrell and Cobb.

Grandparent volunteers sought

If you are 55 or older and looking for a volunteer opportunity, the Ohio Corporation for Appalachian Development offers its foster grandparent program. You would have to meet our programs income guideline and agree to serve a minimum of 15 hours per week. No experience is needed just your patience and willingness to help children. Once COAD completes your background checks and the orientation process, you will receive a stipend and mileage reimbursement for your time serving in local educational facilities. This cannot be counted as income and will not affect any pensions or program assistance you are eligible for. You also earn paid time off while serving. For information, contact Kirk Guisti at 330-987-7232 or kguisti@coadinc.org .

Submitted photo Newly elected Lisbon chamber president LaDawn Whitman (left) presents Barbara Stamp the Business Person of the Month award for January. Barb is a realtor for Berkshire Hathaway in Salem.


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