•The Rotary District 7280 is planning a bus trip to Niagara Falls, Feb. 28 to March 2. The bus will make four pick-up and return stops in Cranberry, Grove City, Meadville and Erie.
Enjoy a comfortable round trip motor coach trip and spend two nights at the Quality Inn-Niagara Falls, NY, for $190 per person, double occupancy, or $250 per person single occupancy. Have fun with a Casino bonus at Seneca Niagara and all taxes and baggage handling are included.
All proceeds will be given to the Rotary International Foundation whose goal is humantarian projects nationally and internationally.
Deadline to reserve is Jan. 10. A deposit of $50 will reserve the spot. The trip is open to the public as well as Rotarians everywhere. Send deposit to Portersville-Prospect Rotary Club, c/o Rotarian Mike Visconti, 103 Bellefield Drive, Butler, PA 16001.
Details: Mike Visconti at 724-287-5949 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
• The Jamestown Lions will be holding their public dinner from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Lions Community Center.
Menu includes meat loaf, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, beverage and dessert. Takeouts available. There is a fee.
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Victorian Days slated for June 14
Mercer Victorian Days will return on June 14 on the lawn of the courthouse from 9 a.m to 4 p.m.
Students earn ‘Awesome Authors’ honors at GCC
The Grove City College Department of Education, education honorary Kappa Delta Pi and the Hamilton Curriculum Library honored approximately 70 kindergarten through third-grade creative writers at the Grove City College “Awesome Authors” awards ceremony earlier this spring on the Grove City College campus.
Greenville student wins grand prize at YSU fest
Greenville High School students again scored impressive wins recently at the two-day Youngstown State University English Festival.
BCRC sets programs, year-end shows
The following programs are scheduled for April by Buhl Community Recreation Center, Sharon:
Point is watch movie, then talk about it
A lively discussion is expected for this month’s surprise Mind Over Media movie.
Moderator Ryan Bibza picked the movie, which won’t be unveiled to the public until it’s shown at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Broad Street Yoga in downtown Grove City.
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Kyle McDonough earns Civil Air Patrol recognition
Cadet Maj. Emily Conroy, cadet deputy commander of Civil Air Patrol’s Youngstown ARS Composite Squadron, recently presented the Wright Brothers Award and promotion to Cadet Staff Sgt. Kyle McDonough of Hermitage.
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Eagle Scout Court of Honor held for Michael Funera
An Eagle Scout Court of Honor was held for Michael Funera, son of Mike and Melinda Funera, Hermitage, on April 6. Michael, 17, is a junior at Hickory High School, Hermitage.
Supervisors OK Springfield Commons development
Springfield Township supervisors have approved the developers’ agreement for Springfield Commons, with one official dissenting, citing “too many technical issues.”
Very special art
Grove City College and the Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV have teamed up again for the Very Special Arts Exhibit, which is on display at the college through Wednesday.
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