Poland Community Briefs

May 20, 2016 - garden totes

Neighbors facilities adoptable pets

Check out a newest underline of Neighbors, a Adoptable Pets of a Week column! Each week, we will underline dual adoptable pets from West Side Cats or Pawz 2 Adopt with cinema and information on page 2. Sponsorship for a mainstay is accessible on a week-to-week basement for internal businesses that adore animals. If we are meddlesome in being a unite for this column, call Kathy Smith during 330-747-1471, ext. 1214. All of a members of a Neighbors organisation adore animals and we wish that we can assistance West Side Cats and Pawz 2 Adopt find perpetually homes for these darling dogs and cats. More information on these organizations can be found on Facebook or by job 330-792-4228 for West Side Cats and 330-779-1862 for Pawz 2 Adopt. Thank we for your continued support of this and all of a endeavors!

Motor On for RJM advantage

Former cook Robert Melone worked during several restaurants via a area for 17 years before a terrible motorcycle collision inept him from a chest down in Sep 2012. He is in need of assistance in affording a disabled converted outpost to assistance him have travel to and from his doctor’s appointments and reconstruction training in Cleveland. To offer this cause, a second annual Motor On for RJM (Robert John Melone) Benefit Dinner will take place on May 22 during Boardman High School from 1-5 p.m. Tickets are still accessible and can be aqcuired by contacting Roslyn Schmidt during 330-360-1904 or Scarsella’s Restaurant during 330-788-0806. The eventuality will be catered by Scarsella’s and Mama Vickie Scarsella, and lift out will be available. Tickets are $15 for ages 12 and older, $8 for those 5-11 years-old and those 4-years and younger eat free. The eventuality includes live entertainment, a Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle, bake sale and Gorantz Kidz Kandy Korner.

Host families indispensable

The Mahoning Valley Ulster plan is a summer sell module that brings together teen leaders from Northern Ireland and a United States. Founded in 1975, a module offers spiritual, amicable and use opportunities to assistance a students learn a common belligerent they share notwithstanding eremite differences. Each year, Valley families play horde to some-more than a dozen Northern Irish teenagers for this enriching experience. The organisation is acid for horde families for dual boys from Northern Ireland. Teens will arrive on Jun 27 and will skip on Jul 27. The horde family should have a masculine teen between a ages of 14 and 17. This life-changing knowledge includes 6 use projects (Purple Cat, Potential Development, Mill Creek Children’s Center, Habitat for Humanity, Jubilee Gardens and Zion Lutheran Food Bank) as good as many fun events, such as a Scrappers Game, a highway convene and a outing to Cedar Point to name a few. If we are meddlesome in hosting a teen, hit Greg during 330-770-1440. For some-more information, revisit ulsterprojectmv.com.

First Night Youngstown announces competition

First Night Youngstown is job for internal and informal artists to attend in a annual pattern foe of a New Year’s Eve events acknowledgment button. The winning artist will be promoted during all press events. The artist will also be a luminary guest in a Downtown Christmas holiday march and tree-lighting event. The symbol array is traditionally dictated to applaud downtown Youngstown’s singular ancestral buildings and architecture. Buttons might be designed regulating any middle and afterwards digitally saved as a .jpeg. Artists should etch Youngstown in a demeanour that highlights New Year’s Eve, no champagne eyeglasses or images of celebration alcohol; First Night events are family-friendly. The pattern contingency embody a word “First Night Youngstown 2017.” Interested artists should call 330-744-9966 or email firstnightyoungstown@gamil.com. Submission deadline is Aug. 31. Each year, acknowledgment buttons yield entrance to all First Night events on New Year’s Eve in downtown Youngstown, sole during $5 and $10 each. Proceeds from a sale assistance recompense performers.

Fundraiser for “The Veteran’s Program”

Methodist Community Center recently announced that on May 26 (all day) there will be a Fundraiser for “The Veterans Program” offering by Applebee’s Restaurant. Both in Boardman and Niles, Applebee’s will present 10 percent of your food check to a MCC Veterans Program. You contingency have a flyer to give to your server (these can't be upheld out during a Applebee’s Restaurants). These flyers can be achieved from a United Methodist Community Center during 330-743-5149.

Garden Adventure Day during Fellows Riverside

In and with a Garden Adventure Days during Mill Creek MetroParks-Fellows Riverside Gardens come and learn about a many sparkling services a Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County can offer we and your family. There will be a qualification for children to make. Join Fellows Riverside Gardens on Jun 4 during 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. for this event.

Summer Discovery starts Jun 1

Join a fun during Summer Discovery, a module for summer reading and fun, that runs from Jun 1 by Aug. 13 during a Austintown, Boardman, Canfield and Poland branches of a Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County. Learn about grant from a experts during COSI and Mad Science. Watch “The Monsters of Baseball” come to life with a Madcap Puppets. Learn how astronauts prepared for moody from specialists during a Air and Space Museum, and suffer many other good entertainers. For a finish list of library programs, revisit your internal library or LibraryVisit.org. There’s something for everybody during Summer Discovery.

Ladies in Little Black Dresses for literacy

Join a Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County for a Literary Society fundraising eventuality during a Lake Club, located during 1140 Paulin Road in Poland during 6 p.m. on Jun 9. Tickets are $35 any and embody complicated appetizers. There will be a income bar. Guests are asked to wear their favorite small black dress and pierce a duplicate of a book by their favorite author to barter with other attendees. Guests can also present kindly used and code new children’s books. The following boutiques will be offering accessories: E. J. Hannah, Suzanne’s Tennis and Golf and Ivory Birch. The eventuality advantages a Literary Society Fund for a Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County. A apportionment of deduction from a participating boutiques will also advantage this fund. For some-more information, hit a Development Office during 330-740-6086. Make check done payable to Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County and mail to a Library attention: Sue Merriman, Fiscal Officer, 305 Wick Ave., Youngstown, OH 44503.

Celebrate Poland during a Library

Local Authors, artists and Musicians will be offering their things during a Poland library all day in and with Celebrate Poland Event. This library eventuality is sponsored by a Friends of PLYMC. Join a Poland library, during 9 a.m. on Jun 25.

Blood Drive by a Mahoning Chapter of a American Red Cross

There will be a blood expostulate apportionment a needs of St. Elizabeth Hospital. Taking blood donations to assistance a community. For appointments, call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767). Poland library’s eventuality will be hosted Jun 3 from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Jun 6 from 12:30-6:30 p.m.

Digital Media during your library

Would we like to learn how to download giveaway ebooks, audiobooks, movies, tv shows, music, finish issues of magazines and some-more to your mechanism and mobile devices? Call 330-744-8636 and ask for a Poland bend to register for this adults-only eventuality during 6 p.m. on Jun 6.

Stamped receptacle bag

Upgrade a plain board receptacle with qualification paint and a fun stamping technique. Call 330-744-8636 and ask for a Poland library to register. This eventuality is for teenagers and adults on Jun 16 during 6 p.m.

Color your world

Join a Poland library for a relaxing dusk of adult coloring. Coloring sheets and materials will be provided, or you’re acquire to pierce your own. Colorful light refreshments will be served. This eventuality is for teenagers and adults on Jun 1 during 7 p.m.

Exploring shade printing

Art Camp during a Poland library invites we to come learn a basement of shade printing. Build your possess screens and imitation your possess design on a t-shirt or a receptacle bag. Registration is required. Those who are ages 10–17 are acquire on Jul 1 during 10 a.m.

Trim a tree for Jun

Decorate an attire for a Poland library’s all-seasons tree. This eventuality is for children of all ages.

Story Walk

Join a library on a Poland Village Town Hall grass to walk, read, collect prizes and have fun celebrating a commencement of summer. This eventuality is for preschoolers and children adult to category 3 who are accompanied by an adult. Drinks and a take-home yield will be served. This eventuality will be hosted Jun 7 during 10 a.m.

Mother Goose Olympics

Go for a “gold” with hurdles formed on your favorite hothouse rhymes. There will be games, crafts, treats and more, all with a Mother Goose theme. This eventuality is for children adult to age 5 during a Poland library on Jun 14 during 6 p.m.

Listen and lego

Listen to a story and afterwards have fun building with Legos. Legos will be provided. This eventuality is for those who are ages 4-7 during a Poland library on Jun 9 during 1 p.m.

Lego my library

Meet and suffer formulating Lego designs. Legos will be provided. This eventuality is for children ages 6 and adult during a Poland library Jun 21 during 6 p.m.

Gussy adult your bike

Use crepe paper and other materials to get your bike pleasing for a Celebrate Poland march holding place after that evening. Program will be outside, continue permitting. Gather on a square behind a library outward a assembly room. This eventuality is for children of all ages during a Poland library in Jun 24 during 10 a.m.

Tales and speak for 2s and 3s

Join a library for developmentally suitable books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will assistance your child (ages 2-3) turn a successful reader. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult during this eventuality hosted by a Poland library on Jun 2 during 10:30 a.m.

Bonding with babies and books

This eventuality is for caregivers and their small ones who are 6-23 months. There will be 20 mins of denunciation enrichment, including rhymes, songs and stories, followed by time to play and socialize. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. This eventuality is hosted by a Poland library Wednesdays in Jun during 10 a.m.

Magic uncover with Jeff Wawrzaszek

Don’t skip this bullion award sorcery uncover with Jeff Wawrzaszek, in that a assembly participates in a enchanting fun. Each child will accept a giveaway easy-to-do “Olympic-themed” collectible sorcery pretence to take home with them. This eventuality is for children of all ages during a Poland library on Jun 23 during 2 p,m.

PSHS bands finish deteriorate on high note

The unison band, sonorous rope and Wind Ensemble will perform their Spring Concert on May 18 during 7 p.m. during Poland Seminary High School. This unison will also underline 4 comparison soloists: Kristen Thompson on oboe, Charlie Dwyer on trombone, Kate Landry on shriek and Brendan Gage on piano. The Wind Ensemble will also be behaving during “Pops during a Park” during Eastwood Field in Niles. They will perform during 6:45 p.m., followed by a Youngstown Symphony Orchestra and fireworks. The module for a Wind Ensemble includes song by mythological film song composer John Williams, including his 1996 Summer Olympic theme, “Summon a Heroes” and song from final year’s blockbuster, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Tickets are $20 during a gate, yet can also be purchased from a Poland Band Parents for $15, with $5 going behind to a band. Go to https://sites.google.com/a/polandschools.org/music/home for some-more details. Finally, a unison deteriorate wraps adult with a PSHS unison choir and Jazz Ensemble presenting a salute to Broadway. Music from many of a many renouned Broadway shows will be achieved by a choir, jazz garb and a few soloists, as well. The assembly will be treated to song from “Kiss Me Kate,” “Guys and Dolls,” “Ain’t Misbehavin’,” “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” “Funny Girl,” “The Sound of Music,” “Grease,” “Newsies,” “The Phantom of a Opera,” “Rent,” “Wicked,” “Spamalot” and “Vanities.” This unison will be during 7 p.m. during Poland Seminary High School and will be free.

Relay for Life Scholarship finalists announced

The Poland Relay for Life recently announced a Buddy Marshall Memorial Scholarship finalists: Morgan Bindas from Boardman and Alexis Caroline from Mineral Ridge. Bindas participates in several propagandize activities and enjoys volunteering and tennis. Caroline is concerned in dance and music, and her hobbies embody crafts and reading. Both girls wrote well-developed essays on a American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and will competition in a theatre apportionment of a grant during a send event. The grant arrangement will take place during a Poland Relay for Life on May 21 during 4 p.m. during a Poland Seminary High School Stadium. This years’ send eventuality also includes a Kids’ Relay Party starting during 2:30 p.m. with giveaway activities, clowns, ventriloquist and a “Celebrating More Birthdays” cake. At 5:30 p.m., a Survivor Ceremony starts with a crowning of a Survivor King and Queen. Immediately following, a nominal Survivor Dinner will be served for all survivors and their caring givers. The inspirational Luminaria rite takes place during 10 p.m. and games and contests will go on via a night.

Pink Ribbon Golf Classic

The annual Pink Ribbon Golf Classic will be hosted during a Avalon Lakes Golf and Country Club on Jul 18. The cost is $110 per golfer. All deduction from this eventuality will go directly to a American Cancer Society. The 18 hole four-person hasten will be followed by lunch and a Chinese auction and raffle. Registration and continental breakfast start during 8 a.m. with a shotgun start during 9 a.m. For offer details, hit Donna Mowrey during 330-207-9630 or Ginny Johnston during 330-219-9092.

Italian Fest grant available

Applications for a 2016 Youngstown State University Scholarship from The Greater Youngstown Italian Fest are now accessible by contacting Deborah Mottle during mottlesmurals@gmail.com or applications might be retrieved from http://www.youngstownitalianfest.org/. Applicants contingency attend Youngstown State University and be of Italian skirmish in sequence to be eligible. Deadline for field is Jun 7.

Nonfiction book sale

Shopping for Mother’s Day or only wish some good books? The Friends of PLYMC Bookstore during a Poland library is carrying a half-price sale a whole month of May on all nonfiction, including collectable books.

Registration open for Celebrate Poland

Local authors, artists and musicians can attend in Celebrate Poland during a library. The eventuality will be hosted during Poland library from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Jun 25, yet registrations are being taken commencement in May. Free spaces are accessible for sale of books, song and art. The eventuality is sponsored by a Friends of PLYMC. To register, call a growth bureau during 330-740-6086.

Yoga class

Friends of PLYMC is sponsoring a Yoga Class any Wednesday during 5 p.m. during a Poland library in a assembly room. You can compensate as we attend during $10 a session. This eventuality welcomes adults.

Blood Drive by a Mahoning Chapter of a American Red Cross

There will be a blood expostulate to proudly offer a needs of St. Elizabeth Hospital. For appointments, call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767). This eventuality is for adults during a Poland library May 27 from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.

First annual West Side Cats Father’s Day raffle

West Side cats will be hosting a Father’s Day raffle featuring a 48 in. Insignia LED TV. The sketch will be on Jun 18, and deduction will be used for a group’s sterilise and fix program. Tickets are $1 any or 6 for $5. You can squeeze your tickets commencement subsequent week by any proffer or during a shelter. West Side Cats is located during 2217 Mahoning Avenue in Youngstown. Call 330-792-4228 for details.

Library closings

All libraries in a Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County complement will be sealed on May 29 and May 30.

GA to meet

Gamblers Anonymous, a 12-Step brotherhood of compulsive gamblers who wish to redeem from their gambling addictions, will accommodate twice this week in a Youngstown-Warren area. A GA assembly takes place any Friday during Westminster Church, located during 119 Stadium Drive in Boardman, and another takes place any Sunday during Christ Church Presbyterian, located during 3425 Hopkins Road in Youngstown (Cornersburg). Both meetings start soon during 7:30 p.m. and final about 1-1/2 hours. Those who trust gambling has influenced any partial of their lives are urged to attend.

MCCTC opens Summer Camp registration

The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is giving students a possibility to try new careers this summer with a annual Summer Camp on Jun 20-22. This year’s stay offers students a eventuality to learn some-more about sparkling career fields by fun, hands-on projects. Programs offering this year are Exercise Science, Culinary, Cosmetology, Mechanical Engineering, Truck and Diesel Mechanics and Welding and Auto Technology. MCCTC Summer Camp takes place any summer and is open to students in grades 6-8. For some-more information or to register a child, revisit www.mahoningctc.com.

Bonding with babies and books

This eventuality is for caregivers and their small ones who are 6-23 months. There will be twenty mins of denunciation improvement including rhymes, songs and stories, followed by time to play and socialize. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult. Join a Poland library on Wednesdays in May during 10 a.m.

Tales and speak for 2’s and 3’s

Join a Poland library on Thursdays in May during 10:30 a.m. for developmentally suitable books, songs, rhymes, finger plays and other activities that will assistance your child (2-3 year-olds) turn a successful reader. Children contingency be accompanied by an adult.

Gotta pierce story time

This eventuality is for children ages 2-5 who are accompanied by a caregiver. Join a library for a accumulation of low-pitched and transformation activities that interest to a “young and restless,” kindle mind growth and motivate denunciation learning. Adults and children, get prepared to act out stories and rhymes, sing and dance, speak and play. Go to a Poland library on May 23 during 6:30 p.m. for this event.

Lego my library

Meet and suffer formulating Lego designs. Legos will be provided. This eventuality is for children ages 6 and adult during a Poland library on May 24 during 6 p.m.

Trim a tree for May

Decorate an attire for a library’s all-seasons tree. Open to children of all ages via a month of May during a Poland library

Get “golf ready”

Learn all you’ll need to play golf in only a few lessons. PGA pros will uncover we ways to play by mixing fun, friends and fitness. Each eventuality will concentration on several golf skills. Mix and compare clinics available. One day hospital – $25, any dual clinics – $45, any 3 clinics – $60 and any 7 clinics – $100. Dates for a module are Apr 27 by Aug. 17.

In a forest

The work of realist painter Jason Floyd Lewis relishes a healthy beauty of void places. The Wellers Gallery during Fellows Riverside Gardens will underline this design until Jun 12.

Treasures of a Trunk sale offers businessman spaces

The Poland Lions Treasures of a Trunk sale will take place on Jun 11 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in a Poland Seminary High School parking lot. Spaces are now accessible to vendors wishing to attend in a event. The cost for registration is $10 per one parking space with remuneration postmarked before May 1 and $15 per space after May 1. No prohibited food, soothing splash or raffle sketch vendors will be accepted. There is a extent of 100 spaces and they are accessible on a initial come, initial served basis. After your registration remuneration is received, we will be told of your reliable space. Vendors might arrive after 7:30 a.m. and contingency be in their reserved space by 8:30 a.m. No refunds will be given for any reason and a eventuality will continue, sleet or shine. Proceeds of a eventuality will go to advantage a Poland Lions Scholarship fund. If there are any questions, call Judy during 330-360-3641 or Lori during 330-506-9611.

Mahoning Valley travel benefiting JDRF

Take stairs to assistance a Junvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) gradually mislay a impact of form 1 diabetes from people’s lives. By fasten a organisation or creation a concession to JDRF, you’ll lift income to assistance account vicious research. The travel will be on May 21 during a Watts Center of Youngstown State University. Check-in starts during 8:30 a.m. and a travel starts during 10 a.m. Register during http://www2.jdrf.org/mahoningvalleywalk. For some-more information, hit Timothy Styranec during 330-533-5306 or by email during tmstyranec@zoominternet.net.

Have your pet featured in a calendar

West Side Cats is carrying a pet photography contest. For any $1 we pay, we can contention one print of your favorite pet. Each opinion will be an additional $1 price that can be paid by PayPal at: Westsidecats@yahoo.com or forsaken off during a shelter, located during 2217 Mahoning Ave. The tip 12 winners will have their pets print featured on a month of a new calendar and accept a calendar of their own. There will also be a grand esteem for a pet with a many votes. Calendars will be sole after a competition ends. The photography competition will finish on May 30 (Memorial Day). For some-more information, revisit a Facebook page “West Side Cats Photography Contest.”

Sprout Club meeting

Join a Sprout Club during Fellows Riverside Gardens this open to learn about a extraordinary universe of plants with topics that include: pizza plants, moss pets and herbs. Each category will embody an activity and snack. Attend all 3 classes and accept a plant-related prize. Class will be from 1-2 p.m. on May 19. Registration has passed.

Advanced Master Gardener series

This series, led by Ellen Speicher, will concentration on pruning, plant names and tumble gardening. The eventuality will be hosted by Fellows Riverside Gardens on Jun 11 and Aug. 13 from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. The deadline for registration has passed.

America’s Schoolmaster exhibit

The Early Days of William Holmes McGuffey will be on arrangement in a Melnick Museum during Fellows Riverside Gardens from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Learn some-more about a early days of McGuffey and his boyhood homestead, located in Coitsville and now famous as a McGuffey Wildlife Preserve. The vaunt will be open yet Jan 2017.

East High category of 1966 reunion

The East High category of 1966 has begun creation skeleton for their 50th reunion. They are looking for present addresses from all classmates who would like to attend. The eventuality is designed for Sept. 2 from 6-10 p.m. during Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Hall on a East Side. There will be a smorgasboard cooking and song supposing by a DJ. The cost to attend is $40 per person. For sum and information or to yield a stream address, call Janine Johnson (Ross) during 330-716-1543 or Marie Mamonis (Macchio) during 330-533-1633.

Poland Relay for life to by May 21 and 22

The 2016 Poland Relay for Life will take place May 21 and 22 from 2 p.m. until 10 a.m. during a Poland Seminary High School Stadium. This years’ events embody a Kids’ Relay Party, starting during 2:30 p.m., with giveaway activities, games, party and a “Celebrating More Birthdays” cake. The second Miss Relay Pageant will start during 4 p.m. for girls ages 0–18 years-old. New this year is a $500 grant for manifestation contestants ages 16–18. The Buddy Marshall Memorial Scholarship will be awarded during a Poland Relay for Life event. At 6 p.m., a Survivor Ceremony starts with a crowning of a Survivor King and Queen. At 7 p.m., a nominal Survivor Dinner will be served for all survivors and their caring givers. The Luminaria rite takes place during 10 p.m., and games and contests will go on via a night. For some-more information about a 2016 Miss Relay Pageant and Scholarship, call 330-883-7541 after 5 p.m. or summary a Poland Relay for Life Facebook page. The manifestation entrance deadline is Mar 1.

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