• Farrell High School class of 1945 meets at noon Jan. 7 at Montana’s Rib & Chop House, Hermitage.
All classmates and guests are welcome.
• Animal Appeal, a pet education and rescue organization, is in need of laundry detergent, paper towels, fabric softner sheets, bleech and dishwashing liquid. Drop-offs can be made at Hermitage Agway, 4065 E. State St., Hermitage.
These items are needed for the dog and cat care given at the shelter.
Info: 724-347-3031 or 724-962-9284.
• Donations of gently used/good condition household items for the Mercer County Independent Living Program Youth Transitioning into Adulthood are needed.
Any household items that are in gently used/good condition. Would be willing to pick up.
Information or for pickup, call Whitney, 724-992-3869.
• Shenango Valley YMCA will host its 12th Annual Polar Bear Bike Ride on New Year’s Day. All riders leave the YMCA, 925 N. Hermitage Road, Hermitage, at 10:30 a.m.
Riders are encouraged to register early, but registration will also be available the day of the event from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Riders can participate in one of three routes, with distances of approximately 11, 21 or 30 miles. The routes are over lightly traveled country roads with no rest stops along the way.
After the ride, the YMCA will host lunch, including soup.
• St. George Serbian Orthodox Church, 65 S. Keel Ridge Road, Hermitage, is having a bake sale. Orders are to be picked up between 3 and 5 p.m. Monday.
Stuffed cabbage is $9 for six; pogaca is $5; apple strudel, $8; and nut rolls are $12 each.
Orders: Honey, 724-342-0115; or Desa, 724-528-3708.
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Kids in the news from March 10, 2014
Isaac Williams captures first place at PJAS
Things to do from March 10, 2014
A listing of things to do in the area.
As the person portraying Jean Valjean in "Les Miserables" for Area Community Theater of Sharpsville, Justin Ray must convey the emotion of the situation not just by how he looks, but in how he sings.
- Things to do from March 8, 2014
- Things to do from March 7, 2014
Rotary Club to fete Meehan
Patty Meehan will be honored by Sharon Rotary Club at its Chocolate and Wine Tasting event Saturday.
- Things to do from March 6, 2014
Tickets go on sale March 15 for dinner theater
The Presbyterian Church of West Middlesex dinner theater celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. In honor of the occasion, this year’s show will feature past performances named as greatest hits.
- Things to do from March 5, 2014
Art of the unknown
The artist giveth, but sometimes the artist has to taketh away.
Susan Jacobs is working on a mask impression – made from a cast of a real person’s face – with a scarf-like appendage wrapping around it. She has painted the piece but decided it is too shiny, so she’s sanding it to cut the shine. Maybe she’ll add more paint; maybe she won’t.
- Things to do from Feb. 27, 2014
- Things to do from Feb. 26, 2014
College graduate from Feb. 25, 2014
A list of area students who have recently graduated from colleges or universities.
Organizations from Feb. 25, 2014
On campus from Feb. 25, 2014
News from colleges and universities about area students.
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