Lower Elkton Road closed
Lower Elkton Road in Fairfield Township will be closed between Lodge Road and state Route 517 starting Monday. Closure will be for approximately three weeks for a culvert replacement.
EP Snowflake tour set
The East Palestine Town and Country Garden Club is making final preparations for the 2021 Snowflake Village Home Tour. After an absence of several years, the Home Tour was welcomed back in 2019 and was hugely successful. But due to COVID, the Home Tour 2020 was canceled.
The dates for this year’s tour are: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the following businesses: EAST PALESTINE: Flowers Straight from the Heart, 1820 House, Mama’s Attic and T & M Hardware. UNITY: Runnion’s Originals. COLUMBIANA: Pewter Peddler. Tickets may also be purchased at any of the featured homes during the tour. For information, contact Bev Leake at 330-853-0986. The Historical Society will be serving refreshments at the Log Cabin. The Unity Grange will have a Craft Show, Lunch, and Bake Sale. The East Palestine Library will be serving refreshments both days.
The East Palestine Town and Country Garden Club meets the second Monday of each month, at the East Palestine Village Park during the spring, summer and fall months (weather permitting) and at The First Church of Christ during the winter months and with inclement weather. Meetings start at 6 p.m. For more information on membership, contact Pam Figley at 330-429-3325. Watch for information on the upcoming SNOWFLAKE TRAIL to be held from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4.
Little Indians thank responders
The Southern Local Little Indians decided recently to give back to local first responders. They raised money by selling pins of ceremonially folded flags that where graciously donated by the American Legion John Adam’s Post 442.
They raised over $600 and split it equally between the Salineville Police department, the Salineville Fire Department and the Highlandtown Volunteer Fire department. Each department received a check for $220 which was presented to them by the Southern Local Little Indians football players and cheerleaders on Sept. 25 in honor of the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11. The Southern Local Little Indians players, coaches, and staff thanked all first responders for answering calls in times of need.
Tag day raises $2,223
Retired Sgt. Deputy Sheriff Kenny Biacco has reported the tag day held Oct. 2 in Wellsville totaled $2,223.50. A thanks goes out to all the deputies who contributed to the three-hour event including Sgt. Brandon Hoppel and deputies Willie Coleman, Jeff Haugh, Kevin Schulas, Hartley Malone and Tab Bailey.