- __Students at St. Patrick School hold food drive November 24, 2015
Students at St. Patrick School in Hubbard, are holding a Food Drive in partnership with The Difference Makers to help make the Thanksgiving Holiday a little easier for those in need.
Each grade, kindergarten through eighth, have been given a different type of item to bring in. Students are collecting canned good, pasta, paper products and other items people may need.
Prior to Thanksgiving , the eighth grade class will deliver the items collected to St. Lucy’s Food Pantry. They will spend the morning at the pantry and stock shelves to help this organization continue to do their much needed work.
- __Toys for Tots charity event November 24, 2015
The public is invited to attend a charity event for “Toys for Tots” on Thursday, December 3, Sponsored by the Warren Republican Women’s Club, it is a non- partisan auction to be held at Ciminero’s Banquet Center at 123 N. Main Street in Niles.
The doors open at 5:30 pm with a buffet dinner beginning at 6 pm. The cost of the full course dinner is $16 per person. Guest may bring their bottle of wine choice to the banquet hall and ice and glasses will be furnished.
Mike Fuchilla will be the auctioneer assisted by his family. Staff Sgt. Robert Arshart from the Vienna Air Base will be the guest of the Warren Republican Women’s Club and assist with the auction through out the evening.
Santa Rick and his partner, Sgt. Mike Rowe will once again be on hand to help with the auction and add a Christmas Spirit to the event. Last year, Santa and Sgt. Mike Rowe were auctioned off to the highest bidder and were able to continued the spirit of the season after the auction was over.
Unwrapped toys will be accepted and given to Staff Sgt. Robert Arshart at the close of the auction.
To reserve a seat for this Toys for Tots Auction, please call Peggy at 330-856-5398 by Tuesday, December 1.
- __Jackson-Milton Elementary girls go on a date November 24, 2015
One of the perks of being a girl is having the opportunity to get dressed up, get a new hairdo, a manicure and go to a dance. For the young ladies at Jackson-Milton Elementary School, the first dance they ever attend is with the most important guy in their lives, their dads.
On Friday night, these young ladies went on a date with their dads and had a fun filled evening of dinner, dancing and made forever memories.
The evening was held at the high school auditorium and sponsored by the National Honor Society. This was a very special night, especially for the dads because even though their daughters will grow up and find new gentlemen that will take them to a dance, they will always be their little girls and first love.