Community

A work in progress

The former Sycamore Tree United Methodist Church at 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, is now being transformed into the Sycamore Youth and Community Center, which was officially acknowledged during a deed transfer Wednesday from the United Methodist Church to the Ohio Valley Youth Network, of ...

Church news from throughout the area

Wintersville Baptist Temple to host special service WINTERSVILLE — Wintersville Baptist Temple, 617 Fernwood Road, Wintersville, will host a special Memorial Day Sunday service at 11 a.m. Sunday. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Dan Wingate, son of the Rev. Ralph Wingate, the founder ...

Vacation Bible School

Bell Chapel United Methodist STEUBENVILLE — Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, 3419 state Route 213, Steubenville, will host Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. to noon on June 11-15. The program will be held June 15, beginning at 7 p.m. The theme will be “Babylon: Daniel’s Courage in ...

Church sermon topics

-- Bell Chapel United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “Taking Inventory of Life.” -- Buena Vista United Methodist Church, Steubenville: “We Honor Our Veterans.” -- Calvary Community Missionary Baptist Church, Steubenville: “The Beginning of A New Age.” -- Covenant Presbyterian ...

Nursing school’s new location celebrated

STEUBENVILLE — It’s operating out of a different location, but the Trinity Health System School of Nursing is continuing a tradition of excellence in training nurses for their roles in patient care, according to officials. Wednesday brought an informal dedication and celebration of the ...

Community news from throughout the area

Foundation sponsoring suicide loss group for survivors BURGETTSTOWN — The Chuckie Mahoney Memorial Foundation is sponsoring a Suicide Loss Group for Survivors at no cost to those attending. It will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the last Thursday of every month at the ...

Buckeye Boys, Girls State delegates

Buckeye Local High School students have been selected by local American Legions and their auxiliary units as delegates for Buckeye Boys State and Girls State conferences set for June. Buckeye Girls State will be held June 10-16 at the University of Mount Union in Alliance, and Buckeye Boys ...

Community news from around the area

Slate of officers presented for WMC Auxiliary WEIRTON — The Weirton Medical Center Auxiliary members held their April meeting in the Starvaggi Boardroom with President Sondra Weigel presiding. Reports were given by Recording Secretary Elda Weekley; Treasurer Paula Billick; and ...

ADK installs officers, awards scholarship

Alpha Delta Kappa, a women educators organization, held its installation of officers for the 2018-20 with Diane Stillwell, president of the W.Va. Alpha Delta Kappa, conducting the installation. On hand were, front, from left, co-past president, Marla Mercer, Stilwell; president, Rachel Reardon; ...

Mingo club ends year with installation, honors

“April Showers Bring May Flowers” was the theme of the GFWC Woman’s Club of Mingo Junction’s 88th-annual banquet held May 10 at Froehlich’s Classic Corner. Diana Taylor, Pam Pietro and Sharon Cole-Isner served as banquet committee co-chairs, choosing floral arrangements as ...

Community happenings from throughout the area

Autism walk set for Saturday FOLLANSBEE — A walk to benefit local youth with autism will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Follansbee Middle School. Admission is $5, with proceeds going to Ryan’s Prayer of Hope and Healing, a grassroots group that has provided computer ...

‘Momsters’ program for Fort Steuben DAR chapter

STEUBENVILLE — The Fort Steuben Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution met May 12 at Froehlich’s Classic Corner Restaurant for a luncheon and business session. Chapter Regent Karen Blanc presided. Opening ceremonies involved Flag Chairman Rebecca Hersko, Second Vice Regent Vickie ...

Understanding what it’s like

STEUBENVILLE — The mental and physical challenges that people with dementia and Alzheimer’s face came into sharper focus for some participants involved in a Virtual Dementia Tour offered by representatives of Right At Home In Home Care and Assistance. Capital Health’s Carriage House in ...

Community briefs

Mary H. Weir Library offers Thursday program by author WEIRTON — The Mary H. Weir Public Library will present Sonny Fair introducing his novel –– “This Bridge Tells No Tales” set in the Ohio Valley — at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Fair was born and raised on Wheeling Island and left ...

Camera club winners announced

The Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club has announced May competition winners in which “Lighthouses” was the theme category. Winners were: First place, John Hanish; second, Sam Rees; and third, Karen Felix. The open category winners were: First place, Sam Rees; second, Lisa Carte; and third, ...

Steubenville Woman’s Club awards scholarships, selects leaders

STEUBENVILLE — The team of officers to lead the OFWC/GFWC Woman’s Club of Steubenville for the 2018-20 term was elected at the May meeting at the YWCA of Steubenville. Carlotta Jordan will lead the slate as president, succeeding Iris Craig, who is completing her second two-year ...

Community news from around the area

Patrick Ford, WMC CEO to speak at SOAR annual picnic WEIRTON — SOAR, an acronym for Steelworkers of Active Retirees, will hold their annual picnic from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 7 at Follansbee Park in Follansbee. Those who are interested in finding out more about the organization may ...

Offering cheer

A group of Brooke High School students has been visiting local nursing homes near holidays to cheer residents with crafts they have made for each occasion, from valentines to shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day. They are, from left, Abby Crayton, Cheyenne Tredway, Ariana Crayton and Elizabeth ...

Campus news

Robert Morris University’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences Lauren E. McIntosh of Newell graduated with her doctor of nursing practice from Robert Morris University’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences. McIntosh currently serves as the emergency department coordinator and ...

Women’s golf news

CADIZ WOMEN’S GOLF LEAGUE The Cadiz Women’s Golf League’s play of the day on May 16 was a “Bingo-Bango-Bungo” game. Points were awarded to the players who got on the green first, or one closest to the pin or first to putt in the hole. Winners with most points were: First ...