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Weirton Knights donate to school

The Weirton Council of the Knights of Columbus No. 3734 recently donated $1,000 to St. Joseph the Worker Grade School to assist students for the fall semester. K of C Grand Knight James Kelly presented the check to school Principal Recheal Fuscardo. Also in attendance were K of C officers Kevin ...

CHAPTER HAPPENINGS — The Fidelis Gamma Chapter of W.Va. Alpha Delta Kappa International Honorary Teachers Sorority met Sept. 7 at Williams Country Club where a Sapphire sister ceremony involved,  seated, from left, Sapphire Sister Carolyn Allison, 39 years; special guest W.Va. Alpha Delta Kappa State President Ginger Greene; President Ruth Fuller; and President-elect Chris Snyder; and standing, Sapphire sisters Pat Accettolo, 35 years; JoAnn Kerr, 39 years; Juanita “Twinkle” Smith, 35 years; and Janet Benzo, 44 years. R
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Fidelis Gamma Chapter honors Sapphire Sisters

WEIRTON — The Fidelis Gamma Chapter of W.Va. Alpha Delta Kappa International Honorary Teachers Sorority met Sept. 7 at Williams Country Club in Weirton. President Ruth Fuller presided, welcoming members and special guest Ginger Greene, WV Alpha Delta Kappa state president. Liz Pugh ...

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Library announces programs and activities STEUBENVILLE — The Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County has announced the following lineup of programs and activities at its various locations: Adena Branch, (740) 546-3782 Adults: Make a craft at the library on Tuesday at 5 ...

DAR Fort Steuben Chapter learns about Constitution

STEUBENVILLE — The Fort Steuben Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their September meeting in the visitors center of Historic Fort Steuben. Chapter Regent Karen Blanc presided. Opening ceremonies involved Rebecca Hersko; Vickie Joseph, second vice regent; and DeeAnn ...

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Help from A.H.E.P.A. chapter

The Order of A.H.E.P.A.-Hancock Chapter No. 103 voted to donate to the relief effort for those devastated by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The chapter sent a $200 donation to the A.H.E.P.A. Chapter No. 29 in Houston that will oversee the relief effort under the direction of Past Supreme President ...

GUEST SPEAKER — Iris Craig, left, president of the OFWC-GFWC Woman’s Club of Steubenville, poses with Sherrie Dunlevy, guest speaker at the first meeting of the 2017-18 club year.
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‘How Can I Help?’ Steubenville Woman’s Club gets explanation

STEUBENVILLE — The OFWC-GFWC Woman’s Club of Steubenville began its new club season at a new location — Scaffidi’s Restaurant and Tavern in Hollywood City Center — and to a new theme — “Living the Volunteer Spirit.” President Iris Craig presided at the Sept. 7 luncheon ...

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At 99, Anthony Violi oldest member of OSU Alumni Band

STEUBENVILLE — Anthony Violi of Steubenville will once again be marching with the Ohio State University Alumni Band on Saturday during the OSU vs. University of Nevada, Las Vegas. This is the 49th year for the alumni band, also known as TBDBITL, an acronym for “The Best Damn Band in the ...

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24th-annual Veterans Health and Information Fair Saturday STEUBENVILLE — The 24th-annual Veterans Health and Information Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday on the second floor of the Towers at 500 Market St. According to Jefferson County Veterans Service Commission Executive ...

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Community Bread Basket needs help

The Community Bread Basket in Weirton is looking for the public’s help with replenishing its supply of food for the needy. Tara Sheperd, program administrator for the Community Bread Basket, said, “The shelves are empty. A supply of food is needed or those in need cannot be served. The ...

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Banned Books Week — see if your favorite ones were challenged STEUBENVILLE — Banned Books Week, which is nationally recognized Sept. 24-30, is an opportunity to see if favorite books were challenged, restricted or removed last year, according to a news release from the Public Library of ...