EL trash can
Garbage will be collected from East Liverpool’s urban housing on Monday, as the waste and recycling department’s staff are scheduled to work on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Residents whose rubbish is normally picked up on Mondays are asked to have their rubbish put out at curb collection as usual. The trash can on any of the city’s routes will not be affected by the national holiday.
Sebring Park board member
Sebring Local Schools is seeking applications for a seat as Sebring Park’s board member to represent Sebring Local Schools and a board seat. Applications must be received no later than 16 on 10 February.
Applications for female retirees from the YSU Scholarship are accepted through March 1st. The scholarship is open to female students from Youngstown State University who are full-time juniors with a minimum grade of 3.0. They must also be an American student enrolled in an education. The application can be obtained at the YSU Financial Aids office or by printing it from the Financial Aids website during the scholarship application.
St. Anthony Club Dinners
St. Anthony Club, 561 Beaver Ave., Midland, will hold take-out or dine from noon to noon. 17 on 23 January. Dinners include half-baked chicken, potatoes, vegetables and dessert; or pasta with meatballs, vegetables, bread / butter and dessert for $ 15. Chicken dinner soup with biscuits and dessert will also be available for $ 10. Dinners must be booked in advance at 724-643-1820.
Salem Library book discussion
The Salem Public Library’s adult book discussion in February will feature Colleen McCulloughs “The Thorns.” The group meets at 14 February 8 in the reading room. The story is a sweeping family saga set in the broad Australian Outback. It is packed with dramatic characters that contain their own private memories, struggles, betrayals and devotion, which ultimately lead to a series of tragedies spanning three generations. No registration is required to participate. The program is free and open to the public. Check the availability of books online at www.salem.lib.oh.us. For information call the library at 330-332-0042.
Wellness Wednesday program
“Fighting Winter Blues” is the topic of the Jan. 19 Wellness Wednesday program, which begins at 7 p.m. 18.30 in the Salem Public Library’s reading room. The speaker is Jennifer Whitman of the Columbiana County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board. Registration is required for this program, which is open to the public and free to attend. To register go online at www.salem.lib.oh.us or call the library at 330-332-0042 for help with registration.
‘Football Basics’ program
Salem High School Head Football Coach Ron Johnson will present “Basic football” at 18.30 January 17 in Salem Public Library’s reading room. The program will also be available via Zoom. The program is open to the public and free to attend. Registration is required at www.salem.lib.oh.us or call the library at 330-332-0042 for assistance with registration. Those wishing to participate via Zoom must include an email address when registering so that a Zoom link can be sent.
Historical Society Meeting
The Historical Society of Columbiana and Fairfield Township have canceled its meeting scheduled for Jan. 17.
Distribution of food
St. Patrick Church, 167 W. Main St., Leetonia, will hold a drive-through food distribution for Leetonia School District families from 6 p.m. 9.30am to 11.00am Saturday. The trunk must be empty and there is a limit of two households per. vehicle.
Salem VFW breakfast
Salem VFW Post 892 Auxiliary will host a breakfast from 7 p.m. 8 to 11 Sunday at the Post Office, 496 Arch St. Haystacks and traditional breakfast will be available for $ 6 each. Eat or finish.
Auditions for ‘Return to Sender’
Auditions have been set for Salem Community Theaters’ set-up “Return to sender,” a fast-paced farce written and directed by local author Scott Weingart. Show dates are March 11-13. Auditions will be from kl. 14:00 to 16. January 23 and at. 18.00-20.00 on 24 January, with recall if necessary from kl. 18:00 to 20.00 on 25 January. go on adult male character and an adult female go on character.
Synopsis of “Back to sender”
Somewhere in the 1970s, General Secretary Margie-Ruth Hanson had a very extraordinary day! Bad girlfriend, bad boss, bad 1970s fad water diet, and then she’s abducted by a bizarre but harmless political activist group from the 1970s. When she turns out to be a less pleasant housekeeper, the tumultuous gang of anarchists will just stamp “Back to sender” on the forehead and give her back to her boss. But will he take her back? Along the way to a happy ending, this fast-paced action comedy by Weingart offers chills, suspense, hunting scenes, and good-natured jabs to mother and fools that were the 1970s.
Salem runs through the banquet
Ray Jr., Mark and Steve Wagner and their families will be sponsoring in memory of Ray Sr. and Carolyn Wagner drive through the Banquet in Salem from 6 p.m. 5pm until food is gone (no later than 7pm) Monday in the Salem Memorial Building. Meals are limited to one per person in the vehicle. The menu includes meatloaf, butter potatoes, green beans, apple puree, fresh vegetables, fresh fruit, peaches. The line up is behind the Memorial Building, do not block the alleys or East Pershing Street. No parking in the library space. For information or to sponsor a banquet call Patty Colian at 330-831-2169.
‘Learn to grow giant pumpkins’
The Ohio Valley Giant Pumpkin Growers Club will once again be hosting one “Learn how to grow giant pumpkins” free teaching seminar from kl. 1pm to 4pm on February 5 at the Parks Garden Center in Canfield. To register for this event, call the Parks Garden Center at 330-533-7278. Tim Parks will lead this class and will cover all the basics needed to grow giant pumpkins, including: seed selection, soil, fertility, pests, pollination, pruning and irrigation. To learn about the club, visit www.ovgpg.com. The Ohio Valley Giant Pumpkin Growers Club is considered one of the world’s leading giant pumpkin growers’ clubs with 225 current members in North America. Club members enjoy educational seminars, newsletters, and compete in the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth trade-off, held annually on the second Saturday in October at the Parks Garden Center. The trade-off has divisions for the heaviest giant pumpkin, sunflower, tomato, watermelon, jack-o-lantern (field) pumpkin and the longest pumpkin. There is a $ 200 prize for the heaviest pumpkin grown by a new member. Participants must attend the beginners seminar and join the OVGP to participate.