County Briefing

Clearing House project begins

The Lisbon Lions Club has begun work on the annual Christmas Clearing House project which helps Lisbon families in need with food and toys at Christmastime. Applications for Christmas Clearing House assistance will begin Nov. 16. No applications will be accepted after Nov. 25. To complete an application, contact Brian Clapsaddle, 330-853-6552; Tom Kirkbride, 330-424-7955; Fred Brownfield, 330-429-7097, or any Lisbon Lion. Community response to the Lisbon Lions Club’s call for donations for the project has been generous and accepted with gratitude.

A carryout Thanksgiving

Living Well Church in Wellsville will hold a free Thanksgiving dinner featuring turkey with all the fixings for carryout from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday. Home delivery will be available from 4 to 5:30 p.m. To reserve a meal call 330-382-9653 by today and leave a name and number.

Work to close Logtown Road

Logtown Road between Lions Club Drive and Furnace Road will be closed Thursday to replace a pipe, Center Township trustees announced.

Wellsville may leave fiscal status

The state’s Financial Planning and Supervision Commission will meet via virtual technology at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Wellsville’s village hall to consider releasing the village from fiscal emergency.

The plot was not a charade

The Columbiana Library will air a comedic mystery starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday. Free refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Library will be provided. Social distancing will be in effect with the movie limited to first 10 patrons who register; call 482-5509.

EP Eagles serving sirloin tips

The East Palestine Eagles, 320 E. Taggart St., will hold a drive-thru sirloin tips and noodles dinner on Wednesday. The menu is sirloin tips and noodles, coleslaw, roll and dessert for $10 or $9 if over 65 years of age. The sale runs from 4-6 p.m. or sold out. Pre-order by calling 330-853-8483. People will stay in their cars. Someone will be outside waiting to deliver the meal.

East Liverpool court still closed

East Liverpool Municipal Court remains closed through Monday, Nov. 30 due to the pandemic, according to Judge Dominic Frank. He added that when it does open, the only way in and out of city hall will be through the handicapped entrance on the police department side of the building.

St. Anthony Club, 561 Beaver Ave., Midland, Pa., will sell carryout dinners from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Cost is $15 for stuffed steak roll up with gravy, vegetable, potato and dessert, or pasta, country sytle ribs in sauce, vegetable and dessert. Orders must be ordered ahead at 724-643-1820. Pick up is at the side door.


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