WIGS visit Ohio Star Theater On Oct. 1 Workers in God's Service of Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville traveled to Sugarcreek where they attended the comedy, "Mennonite Girls Can Cook" at the Ohio Star Theatre followed by a sit down dinner at the Dutch Valley Restaurant.
Pomona Grange 25 met on Saturday, Sept. 17, 10:30 a.m. at Perry Grange with Master Bill Walter presiding over business. There were 26 in attendance. Ann Shank reported on grange fair displays and she is not sure of next years theme.
Helping Hands Network once again is so very grateful for the outpouring of support from the community. Our second "Boot and Bucket" fundraiser campaign was held Saturday, April 30 and raised $5050 to help support our mission to alleviate hunger in the Sandy Valley Community.
To the Editor:If we were to ask area residents the last time they tested their smoke alarms, our guess is that few would be able to recall when they had, or if they'd ever done so at all.
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I wanted to share with the residents of Stark County my personal perspective of Mr. Bill Smith and the impact he has had on what I feel is the most important part of our future/.people. For the past 24 years I have watched Bill Smith support the community; schools, athletics,
To the editor: I have been a resident of Canton Township all my life and have seen some tremendous things happen over those years. I do know that Bill Smith is responsible for a lot of those good things. As a trustee for fourteen years, Bill has worked hard to make improvements
To the Editor: As a Stark County resident, I am asking other citizens to strongly consider Bill Smith for Stark County Commissioner. I have known Bill for many years and, while working for the Stark County Auditor, was able to see him in action as a Canton Township Trustee.
Dear friends, Helping Hands Network would like to thank the many community members who saved their Acme grocery receipts for our participation in the Community Cashback program. We collected receipts totaling $4413.78. We will receive five percent or $220.66 from your efforts.
Dear Editor: With all of the candidates running for mayor, council or board of education in Stark County, we must all agree to see what each candidate stands for in making this a better community. As a senior, I always voted since I was 21 years old.
Dear Editor,I would like to make two endorsements.First endorsement: I would like to endorse the Mohawk Valley Fire Department on its upcoming levy. We all hate to pay more taxes, but this issue to protect our community is well deserving.
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Dear Editor: As a senior in Canton Township, I love walking for exercise and seeing friends along the streets. I have also seen many drivers not obeying the posted speed signs in Canton school zones today. Why?
To the editor: We applaud the efforts of three of our elected Canton Township officials- the three trustees - for developing a highly workable, inexpensive (as in potentially free) plan to begin offering a water utility to our residents.
To the editor:As chairman of the Canal Days Festival, there are many people I need to thank. First, the Magnolia Fire Department and Magnolia Lions Club, who co-host this event. My efficient ladies, Jeanine Rock, Amie Snyder, and Stacey Wagstaff.
To the editor: The Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone that helped us in any way at this year's Sandy & Beaver Canal Days.
Dear editor, A special thank you to P. Randy Welker and his sons for ordering, assembling and placing a bench in memory of Robert Hoobler at the Waynesburg Mohawk Community Park.Bobbi and I didn't know where to begin and Randy took care of everything for us. Many thanks.
To the Editor: Thank you is the least we can say to show our appreciation to those who supported "The John Giannelli Benefit" that was held at Sandy Valley High School on April 11th. We appreciate everything everyone did to make it a huge success.
To the Editor: A year ago, I saw a storefront at 109 Main St. in Waynesburg. I checked it out, thought it might be a good place for a church but when that fell through I thought, now what? Well, God, through a generous couple, provided enough funds to pay the rent on this space for a year.
Dear Friends,Helping Hands Network would like to thank the many community members who saved their Acme receipts for our participation in the Community Cashback program. We collected receipts totaling $2302.78. We will receive 5 percent or $115.13 from your efforts.
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Dear Editor:Thank you for the mention of us in a recent issue of Remember When. Though we no longer live in the area, a high school classmate contacted me to inform, so I could read it.
To the Editor:The family of Doris Girard would like to thank everyone for their cards, visits, friendship, prayers, and help to the family during her illness and death.