Pike Grange met Feb. 14 with Stark County Delegates for a report on the state convention last October. Bill and Nancy Walter presented the program about the convention. The regular meeting was conducted by Master/President Jane Barr. Reports were made by all chairperson.
The 104th Robertsville Community Institute is being held Tuesday, March 14, at the Robertsville Grange hall located at Route 30 and Robertsville Avenue. The free program is now open to the public from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. with a family style ham dinner at noon at a cost of $6.50.
Robertsville Grange 1784 met on Feb. 10 with Master Bill Walter presiding over the meeting. Isla June Ramser was the door prize winner. James and Florence Shepherd were voted and obligated into the grange as new members. All chairman gave a report.
Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church in East Canton will study Max Lucado's "He Chose the Nails- What God Did to Win Your Heart" on March 5 at 9:30 a.m. in the church sanctuary. The church's five-week study will conclude on April 2.
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The annual fellowship dinner and congregational meeting at Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville took place on Jan. 29 following the morning worship service.
St. James Church will host Lenten fish frys on Fridays from March 3 through April 7. Dinners will be served from 5-7:30 p.m. at St. James Hall located at 400 W. Lisbon St. in Waynesburg.
The Pike Historical Society met at Crossroads Restaurant on Feb. 6. The meeting was conducted by President Kay Weisen. Membership donations for 2017 are due. Contact Charlene Stelluto. This is a good time for new members to join the Society.
The memories are still vivid for Duane C. Miller more than four decades later. They may not always be easy to recollect. Miller, a pastor at Living Hope Church in East Canton, recently finished his book titled "Survivor: A Story of Tragedy, Guilt and Grace.
By Walter Doerschuk The Press-news
PARISH DINNER SET St. James Parish will host its monthly dinner on March 5 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 400 W. Lisbon St. in Waynesburg. The menu will include lasagna with homemade noodles or ham, scalloped potatoes and green beans. All meals include salad, roll and dessert.
The Jan. 17 club meeting of the Little Sandy Creek Ruritan Club met at the Paris Israel Church in Paris. There were 23 members present. President Dick Pero called the meeting to order and Dick Beck led the singing. Dick Lotze held the invocation.
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TALENT SHOW SET Sandy Valley Regional Shared Ministry will host its second annual talent show on Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. at Magnolia United Methodist Church. LUNCH AFTER CHURCH Otterbein United Methodist Church will host Lunch after Church on Feb. 19 at 11:30 a.m.
Robertsville Grange 1784 met Jan. 27 with Master Bill Walter presiding over the evening business. Dick Lotze was the door prize winner. All officer chairmen reported.
Paul Snyder and Jacoby Gessel are proud to announce their engagement. Paul is the son of Joel and Vanessa Snyder, of Paris.
FREE COMMUNITY MEAL Otterbein United Methodist Church will hold a free community meal on Feb. 21 from 5-6:30 p.m. The meal, which is open to the public, will include stuffed pepper or broccoli and cheese soup, salad, applesauce, bread, beverage and dessert.
Robertsville Grange 1784 met on Jan. 14 with covered dish and dues night proceeding the meeting. Master Bill Walter welcomed all. Joan Miller was the cash door prize winner. Lillian Munk celebrated her 95th birthday and was showered with birthday cards.
Twelve members and guests of the "Workers in God's Service" (WIGS) met Dec. 19 at Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville, beginning with a buffet pork chop dinner in the downstairs social room prepared and served by President Beverly Perry and Vice President Martha Haubert as hostesses.
Adriana Renee Novelli was married to Tyler Preston Collins on Aug. 13, 2016 in an outdoor ceremony at Hoover Hall in North Canton. Adriana is the daughter of Valerie and Michael Novelli of East Canton. Tyler is the son of Carla and Donald Collins of East Canton.
The Pike Historical Society will meet at Crossroads Restaurant on Feb. 7. The evening will begin with a meal at 5 p.m., and the meeting will start at 6 p.m. Members' yearly donations are due. Now is a good time to join the society. The society is still looking for old black lanterns.
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The Church of Christ will hold a clothing give away on Feb. 6 from 2-5 p.m. The church is located at 1520 California Ave. NE in Louisville. Call 330-875-1673 for more information.
Little Sandy Creek Ruritan Club held its year end dinner meeting on Dec. 20 at Patty's Place Family Restaurant near East Canton, which was colorfully decorated for the holiday season. The get-together included "ladies night" and the installation of officers.