Cabbage roll, pierogi sale
under way at Weirton church
WEIRTON — A frozen-uncooked cabbage roll and cheese/potato pierogi sale sponsored by users of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church is underneath way and will proceed whilst supplies very last.
The price for six cabbage rolls is $20, and a dozen pierogis are $9. Call (304) 479-0196 to place orders and arrange pickup at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church Corridor, 604 Colliers Way, across from Weirton Medical Heart.
for digital camera club competitors
WINTERSVILLE — The Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club has declared the August competition winners to the concept “Astrophotography.”
The concept group winners have been: Very first area, Michelle Stevens next put, John Hanish and 3rd place, Barb Momyer. The open up classification winners ended up: First place, Michelle Stevens next place, John Hanish, and 3rd location, Deb Snider. The specific consequences class winners have been: Initially location, Karen Felix 2nd position, Deb Snider and third area, Michelle Stevens.
The Upper Ohio Valley Digital camera Club welcomes anybody who has an interest in pictures. The subsequent conference will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 21 at Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, 1085 Canton Road, Wintersville.
For facts about the camera club, including the regular contests, go to the web-site www.uovcc.org. The winning images are shown at the camera club’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/upperohiovalleycameraclub.
Ohio Literary Trail element of
library’s numerous choices
STEUBENVILLE — The Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County has announced a wide range of applications and routines presented at its a variety of places as properly as on line.
“Discover the Ohio Literary Trail” is an online method, for instance, that is readily available for the duration of the month of September on the library’s YouTube channel, PLSJ.
“Join us for a tour of the Ohio Literary Trail from the comfort and ease of your house and explore Ohio’s abundant literary heritage by means of far more than 70 internet sites,” Jennifer Cesta, the library’s public relations coodinator, encouraged.
The path shines a spotlight on Ohio’s literary treasures and the state’s function in shaping lifestyle and literature throughout the world. Participants will explore historic households, museums, library collections and historical markers honoring great authors, poets and influencers of the literary landscape. This presentation will consist of highlights from all over the point out. “Whether you are an armchair traveler or a street warrior, you will learn gems for explorers of all ages,” Cesta commented.
Other courses on the calendar are:
Major Library, (740) 282-9782
Children: Sign up now for Tale Hour that will be provided on Sept. 8, 15 and 22 at 11 a.m. Tale Hour is for children ages 2-6. Kids will love stories, tunes and an artwork activity.
A money adviser from Edward Jones will communicate at noon on Sept. 8 about the Safe Act that was handed into legislation and the five most impactful alterations it will make to a person’s retirement. Connect with to sign-up in advance.
Adena Department, (740) 546-3782
Children: Enjoy and Find out the Alphabet will be on Sept. 2, starting at 11:30 a.m. This hour-prolonged method is for father or mother or caregiver with kids ages 2-6. For the duration of this enjoy session, all toys, video games and artwork actions boost letter understanding.
Young children can go to the library to make a craft at 5:30 p.m.
Excellent Department, (740) 598-4028
Older people: Guide club will satisfy for discussion on Monday at 6 p.m. Connect with to be part of.
Schiappa Branch, (740) 264-6166
Older people: The e-book club will meet to explore “Nine Great Strangers” by Liane Moriarty on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Phone to sign up for.
Tiltonsville Department, (740) 859-5163
Grown ups: Thriller E-book Club will fulfill for dialogue on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
A money adviser from Edward Jones will speak at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 7 about the Protected Act that was passed into law and the five most impactful changes it would make to a person’s retirement. Contact to register in advance.
Toronto Department, (740) 537-1262
Grownups: A economic adviser from Edward Jones will chat at 11:30 a.m. on Sept. 9 about the Secure Act that was handed into law and the five most impactful variations it tends to make to a person’s retirement. Simply call to sign-up in progress.
78 Funseekers gather poolside for luau assembly at Undo’s
WEIRTON — Seventy-eight members of Funseekers gathered poolside on Aug. 4 at Undo’s in Weirton for the luau assembly that includes tropical decorations, floral leis and an expanded menu.
President Judi Gaynor welcomed returning associates and a number of visitors. August birthdays and anniversaries were being observed. Joann Bugin supplied a blessing and led in the Pledge of Allegiance and singing of “God Bless The united states.”
Adhering to meal, the De’Ja’Vu Band presented traditional sounds and dance tunes of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s as enjoyment.
The short business meeting integrated the nomination and election of officers to provide from September via August 2023. Nominated and elected ended up: President, Judi Gaynor vice president, Larry Bauer treasurer, Charlotte Christian and secretary, Mary Beth Bauer. Regina Truax will provide as enjoyment chair, Barbara Losey will coordinate menus and Karen Krause will be caller chair. Karen Krause for Ohio and Joann Bugin for West Virginia will keep on as sunshine contacts.
Membership dues for 2021-22 must be compensated at the September conference, and have to be paid out prior to the Oct assembly, users were reminded. Dues continue to be at $10 for every member.
Initial Selection The united states donated a unique reward basket which was received by Michele Fabro.
Fruit basket door prizes were being introduced by Carl and Regina Truax to Lola Swanagan, Marlene Dunn, Monthly bill Shipe, Carol Wisnieski, Joyce Dobbs, Paula Krensavage, Larry Bauer, Gene Viola, Lester Stuckmeyer, Barb Purks and Mary Margaret Klepadlo.
The 50/50 drawing was shared by two winners, Karen Krause and George Williams.
Fliers for journeys and excursions had been available and for 2021 highlighted: Sept. 12-16, Virginia Seashore Oct. 1, Applefest in Franklin, Pa. Oct. 8, Meadows On line casino Oct. 13-15, Lancaster Sight and Seems Theater Oct. 18-22, Nashville demonstrate trip Oct. 30, Doo wop, Bobby Rydell, Capitol Theater, Wheeling and Dec. 2, Oglebay Competition of Lights evening meal present.
Excursions for 2022 consist of: Feb. 9, “Pretty Woman” at the Benedum, Pittsburgh March 22, “Hamilton” at the Benedum Aug. 29-Sept. 3, Myrtle Beach and Sept. 20-22, Senaca Niagara.
Vacation data is readily available by speak to Regina Truax at (304) 723-0419. Trips are open up to the public.
The future meeting is scheduled for Sept. 1 at Scaffidi’s Cafe in Steubenville. The evening will feature a video game night with dollars prizes. Doorway prizes will be awarded by Chuck and Joann Bugin. The mobile phone committee will be contacting for reservations.
Master harpist at Saturday
Sycamore live performance sequence
STEUBENVILLE — The Sycamore Youth Centre carries on its summer live performance series at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, welcoming Virginia Miller, learn harpist and 2019 Valley’s Got Expertise instrumentalist winner, together with Faith Sirilla, who will be becoming a member of her on the violin and with vocals.
“Other talented visitor artists will join them as effectively,” pointed out Bobbyjon Bauman, middle director.
The live performance is free of cost and will acquire position at the Cafe Sy Espresso Shop at the Sycamore Youth Heart at 301 N. Fourth St. Steubenville.
Cafe Sy in the centre performance spot will be open throughout the time of the live performance and will element higher-excellent coffee and tea as well as baked products, all for donate-what-you-can-pay for rates.