County Briefing

East Palestine Eagles

The East Palestine Eagles, 320 E. Taggart St., monthly drive thru will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. or sold out Wednesday. Dinner is sirloin tips over noodles with coleslaw, roll and dessert for $10 or $9 if over 65 years. Call to guarantee a meal at 330-853-8483.

County Agricultural Society

The Columbiana County Agricultural Society held it’s annual election of Directors on October 6 at the fairgrounds in Lisbon. The following individuals were re-elected to a three-year term, which expires in November of 2024, listed with their respective townships: John Karlen, Perry Township; Katie McCoy, Liverpool Township; Sharen Cope, Butler Township and Scott Stear, Unity Township. Also elected to the Board of Directors to serve a three-year term is new member Bill Skeels, Hanover Township. These newly elected Directors will be sworn in and begin their new term at the reorganizational meeting on November 17, 2021.

Salem Halloween Parade

SALEM — Salem City Councilman Dennis Plegge announced this year’s Halloween parade will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 27, kicking off from the Salem Memorial Building and moving west on East State Street and ending on South Broadway, led by the Salem High School marching band. The event is a little different this year, with a different route and no costume judging. A separate trunk or treat event is being held at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Salem AMVETS Post 45 hosted by the Sons of AMVETS, at 750 S. Broadway, where costume judging will take place.


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