What’s going on throughout the area
Tea, teapots, topic
The Bezaleel Wells Chapter of Questers met at Froehlich’s Classic Corner for a luncheon meeting where Jean Turrentine was the hostess and program presenter to the topic “Tea, Teapots and Infusers.”
Carole Gaston, president, presided for the business meeting, with reports from Theresa Milliken and Marlene Rhueff.
Turrentine told members that tea was first tasted by a Chinese emperor around 2700 B.C. Then someone in China invented a device that shredded tea leaves, making it easier to brew tea. Making tea in a cup, however, appears to have begun in the 19th century when silver infusers were made to hold tea leaves.
Infusers were very popular in the late 19th century and were made in many shapes, many made of silver. Some even had elaborate embossed designs, which made them very collectible, she said.
The teabag was invented in the United States in 1903. It was a hand-sewn silk bag. There are 3,000 varieties of tea, according to Turrentine, including Darjeeling, which is considered the champagne of teas.
Turrentine displayed several teapots and infusers. One teapot was cobalt blue trimmed in gold. She also showed infusers, one of which was for an individual cup.
Carlotta Jordan will serve as hostess of the next meeting when the topic will be “Depression Glass.”
at Toronto branch
There will be a program on autism at the Toronto branch of the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
An Autism Assistance Service representative will explain what it is and discuss the latest statistics and types on the spectrum, intervention strategies, communicating and social stories.
To register, call the library at (740) 537-1262.
Other upcoming library branch programs include:
- The Schiappa branch’s youth book club will meet on Thursday at 6 p.m. For information, call the library at (740) 264-6166. The Schiappa branch’s book club for adults will meet today at 6:30 p.m. Join by calling the library. The Tiltonsville branch has a thriller book club that also will meet today at 6 p.m. Join by calling the library at (740) 859-5163.
to aid GED fund
Steubenville city Schools retirees met May 9 for lunch at Naples Spaghetti House where members agreed the GED Scholarship Fund will be its charity for the next two months.
Members signed cards for the ill.
The next luncheon will be June 13 at the Greek Food Festival with members meeting inside the church fellowship hall at 12:30 p.m.
Future luncheon locations will be the Farm in July, a supper at Schrocks Country Cookin’ in Amish country in August and at Abdalla’s in September.
The group is open to any Steubenville City Schools retiree. Anyone interested can contact Linda Holub.
Library to hold
The Follansbee Branch of the Brooke County Public Library will be holding story hours for children, ages 2-5, and their caregivers at noon June 3, 10 and 17.
Children will enjoy a story, craft, games and a snack. Call (304) 527-0860 to register for the free programs.
At their May meeting held at St. Florian Hall the Gadabouts enjoyed a luau menu with music by DJ Billy D.
John Zak presided, acknowledging birthdays and anniversaries as well as members on the prayer list. Rich Wyman gave devotions.
Ray Dalfonso won the 50/50 drawing, conducted by Ron Fallert and Jennie Avoli. Door prizes furnished by Ray and Jean Dalfonso were won by Edith Cooper, Jeanette Martin, Doris Matyas, Mary Morelli, Mel Simpson, Wyatt Whanger and Frank Wisnieski.
The drawing for the door prizes was conducted by Frank and Carol Wisnieski.
Wyman announced two trips being planned by Tour Director Claudia Clevenger, including June 19, Ohio Amish Country, Berlin and the surrounding area, and Aug. 11, “Red Rose and a Polish Prince,” the story of Bobby Vinton, his love songs, Cleveland.
For details call (740) 264-5678.
Tour Director Regina Truax announced numerous trips, including:
June 3, Rivers Casino, Pittsburgh;
June 7, Ohio Amish Country, Sugar Creek and area;
June 12, “Viva Las Vegas” dinner and show, Chadwick, Pa.
June 16-22, Mackinac Island, Mich.
July 10, “Nunsense,” Morgantown.
July 28, “Una Bella Festa,” Midland, Pa.
Sept. 11-13, Seneca Niagara Falls Casino, N.Y.
Sept. 26, Kenny Vance, The Palace Theater, Greensburg, Pa.
Sept. 30, Polynesian Fire, Seven Springs, Pa.
Oct. 4, Hartville Flea Market.
Oct. 6-12, Myrtle Beach.
For details, call (304) 723-0149.
All Gadabouts trips are open to nonmembers. The club is for couples and singles 55 years of age and older.
blasts set to begin
The Serbian Men’s Club will kick off their annual summer chicken blast Wednesday, and the event will be held every Wednesday through Aug. 28 at the Serbian Picnic Grounds located on Kings Creek Road, Weirton.
Those calling between 6 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. are guaranteed a whole chicken. Those interested in pre-ordering can call (304) 748-9866.
Pick-up for pre-ordered chickens will be available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays. Take-out and Eat-in will be available from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesdays.
A whole chicken will cost $6.75.
Beverages also will be available for purchase, and the Serbian Women’s Club will be selling fresh-cooked corn on the cob and homemade haluski.
The annual event is the organization’s fundraiser.
For information or to place an order, call (304) 748-9866.
Club welcomes new members
Doris Matyas presided at the Toronto Senior Citizens meeting on May 23 where guests welcomed included Charla Mouse, Bill Fray, Fran Sheets, Marilyn McClain and Sarah Cross and new members were Mary Hackney, Pat and Mel Simpson and Bob and Pat Richardson.
Paula Krensavage gave the blessing for the covered-dish dinner and led devotions regarding Memorial Day, honoring men in the service.
Sarah Cross of the Ohio State University Extension office discussed organic gardening.
Krensavage gave devotions regarding Memorial Day, honoring men in the service.
Reports were given by Joyce Dobbs, Rosemary Bonofine and Lola Swanagan, who discussed upcoming trips. There are a few seats available for the Smokies trip on Sept 16-19 featuring the Biltmore Mansion, Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, Mayberry RFD, Mt. Airy and the Andy Griffith Museum.
Call (740) 537-4977 or (740) 537-3064 for information.
The 50/50 drawing was won by Pat Pfabe. Door prize winners were Rosemary Bonofine, Ken Woodward, Lea Bickerstaff and Bill Baier. Bingo winners were Pat Simpson, Eileen Emery, Glenna DeBacco and Richard Dobbs. May birthdays and anniversaries were announced.
The June kitchen committee will be Ruth White, Sherry Chase, Pat Rebres, Gertie Morris, Jo Ann Fogle, Deb Johns, Norma Montgomery, Mary Hackney and Charla Mouse.
Scat winners were Irene Miller, Pat Rose, Paula Krensavage, Terry Mamula and Mary Alice Meyer.
The next meeting will be held June 13 at the Roosevelt Building.
The Antonio Meucci Lodge held their monthly meeting May 14 at Undo’s Holiday Inn.
President Regina Truax presiding at the meeting where Chaplain Mary Rose Spano and Boyd Barker led in opening exercises.
Reports were given by Angie Veltri, Carol Valenti and Linda Pfabe. Truax announced there will be a Grand Lodge meeting in June.
Truax announced upcoming trips, including:
- July 4, Gateway Clipper;
- July 28, Una Bella Festa; and
- Sept. 11-13, Seneca Niagara Falls Casino.
Mother-daughter singing duo Roz and Lynn provided the entertainment by singing songs from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.
Maria Arlia won the 50/50 drawing, and Carmela Pulice won the Undo’s gift certificate.
The next meeting will be June 11.
What’s going on throughout the area
Museum has a
The opening of the McCook House Civil War Museum today through Sunday will showcase a never-before-viewed by the public McCook family album recently donated for permanent display at the state memorial.
The donation also coincides with the 150th year anniversary of Daniel McCook’s death at Buffington Island, Ohio, fighting John Hunt Morgan’s raiders.
The album is being donated by the David Holmes family from Marietta, Ga. It was presented to Holmes’ great-great-grandmother by Daniel McCook in July 1862, exactly one year before Daniel’s death. The album cover inscription reads “To Mrs. S.C. Smoot by her dear friend and relative Daniel McCook July 1862.”
The album contains numerous portraits of family members, many in their Civil War uniforms. One picture of note is of Daniel McCook standing alongside of his treasured Henry rifle. That very same rifle, along with another portrait of him holding it, are on display at the museum.
David Holmes, along with other members of his family, are planning to be at the museum on Saturday around 1 p.m. to officially donate the album. The large brick house on the southwest corner of the public square in Carrollton will be open on weekends Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting today through Labor Day, then Saturdays and Sundays through the second weekend in October.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The telephone number is (330) 627-3345.
Smithfield unit to meet Wednesday
The Smithfield American Legion Post 396 Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the post.
All auxiliary members with paid dues are welcome.
The Nifty Needles Neighborhood Sewing Group of the American Sewing Guild recently met at the First Christian Church on Main Street, Weirton.
Leader Nancy Sanders welcomed the six members in attendance.
Susan Maze spoke about the sewing guild silver anniversary event she attended near Pittsburgh.
Members were reminded of the upcoming stitch camp in Pennsylvania.
During the show-and-tell session, Kay Nixon modeled a pieced quilted jacket; Carol Village showed an orientally inspired apron to be sent to Stulting House in Hillsboro, the Pearl S. Buck birthplace; and Maze modeled a jacket she made for her daughter.
Village led the program on tea cozies, and each member received quilted fabric, ready cut, and patterns to trace teapots, which were to be cut out and sewn on the cozies. The project will serve as the show-and-tell at the 7 p.m. June 4 meeting at the church.
The meeting ended with a Nancy Zieman video, “Sewing Notions.” These videos are a new addition to the meetings.
For information on attending the meetings, contact Sanders at (304) 527-1405. All those interested, regardless of skill level, in sewing are welcome to attend.
The Toronto Senior Citizens met at Cornerstone Church for their anniversary dinner on May 9 with guests including Louie Nelson, Jeff Foster, and Don and Cheryl Clarke.
Robert Haught gave the blessing. Entertainment was provided by George Suhon.
Door prize winners were Carolyn Owen, Eileen Emery, Paula Krensavage, Cheryl Clarke, Joyce Dobbs, Dolly Robinson, Carole Eddy, Don Swickard, Emma Haught, Irene Sabados, JoAnn Fogle, Becky Swickard, Jane Hanuscin, Karen Krause, Laura Mamula, Mary Alice Meyer, Violet McClain, Arleen Zahniser, Nannetta Householder, Mary Ann Parker, Jack Doran, David Krause, Pat Rebres, Marjorie Grafton, Leah Bickerstaff and Barbara Lyons.
Richard Dobbs won the 50-50 drawing.
The next meeting will be held May 23 at the Roosevelt Building.
Scat winners were Joyce Dobbs, Jane Hanuscin, Karen Krause and Bill Baier.
Weirton Elks plan pasta dinner
The Weirton Elks Lodge 1801 past exalted rulers will hold their monthly pasta dinner for members and guests from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at the lodge located on Main Street, Weirton.
Dinner includes pasta, salad, bread and butter, dessert and coffee or tea.
The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under.
A ticket will be selected for a free dinner at June’s pasta Sunday.
for June 8 sale
The School of Bright Promise is hosting a community yard sale, craft and vendor sale at the school from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 8.
There are yard sale, crafter and vendor spots available. For information, contact Mari Sines at (740) 275-1598.
Benefit to aid
“A Sunny Day at the Beach” will be the theme of the Jefferson County Animal Welfare League’s fundraiser benefit set for July 14 at 1 p.m. at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville.
Tickets are $16 sold in advance only for the event featuring casual attire.
It will include a Chinese auction. Sponsors for the event program booklet also are being sought.
Checks can be made payable to the Jefferson County Animal Welfare League and mailed to the group’s treasurer, Arlene MacQuown, at 129 Meadow Road, Wintersville, OH 43953. Write in the check memo line if the amount is for tickets or for an ad.
Questions can be directed to Janet Polverini at (740) 424-1304.
Alpha Mu Chapter
Thirty members of Alpha Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met May 11 at the Harlem Springs United Methodist Church where Darlene Smith presided.
An initiation ceremony for the induction of Katherine Ferguson was conducted by Carole Thorne, chairman, assisted by members Edwina McElwain, Diane McElwain and Jan Primack. She was escorted by Joyce Ferguson, her mother-in-law. An explanation of the chapter and banner symbols was given.
Numerous convention reports were presented.
Juanita Whisman discussed the statehouse tour she took. The group she was in was able to speak briefly to Gov. John Kasich. She also portraits of past governors show that Ohio has had a woman governor.
Rose Seck and Chris Hull went to two workshops, including “Hang On Teachers, Hang On” that brainstormed ideas to help new teachers and more experienced ones, and anther titled “Concealed Carry.”
Smith said the convention had 412 members registered. She displayed art projects and favors along with the “diamond” ring everyone received.
McElwain thanked officers and committee chairmen for their work that enabled the chapter to earn the Gold Key award.
The following committee reports were given:
Hospitality: Cicely Worthington thanked her committee for their work this year and read a poem titled “Tea and Scones.”
Finance: Mary Barnes, treasurer, gave a report.
Personal Growth and Services: Joyce Ferguson, chairman, noted a donation will be made to Carroll County toward its new animal shelter. A $136 collection will be split between Jefferson and Carroll counties for school supplies.
Professional Affairs: Juanita Whisman won the door wreath drawing.
Scholarship and World Fellowship: Margaret Alice Myers awarded four scholarships to Losey, Carole Thorne, herself and Dani Carroll.
History and Research: Seck reported on the Education Excellence Project for Schools in Africa and had received a thank-you letter from UNICEF for a contribution made. She also extended greetings from Pat Cermack, Alpha Delta State first vice president, a guest at the April meeting.
The Founders’ Day Program was chaired by Bernice Francis with Edwina and Diane McElwain assisting. It was 84 years ago to the day on May 11, 1929, that 12 women, in Austin, Texas, founded Delta Kappa Gamma, which later would become Delta Kappa Gamma International.
Brooke Class of ’74 to mark 40th
The Brooke High School Class of 1974 will celebrate its 40th reunion on July 12, 2014, at the Serbian American Cultural Center in Weirton.
For information and updates, classmates are asked to join the Brooke High School Class of 1974 Facebook group page or visit the class web page at brookehighclassof1974.wordpress.com.
Contact information also can be sent to the reunion committte at 2014ReunionPlanningCommitteeBHS@groups.facebook.com or to Reunion Chair Vickie Mendenhall at email@example.com.
What’s going on throughout the area
at area library
The Follansbee Branch of the Brooke County Public Library will be offering a free basic computer class for adults at 11 a.m. Friday.
The instructor will be Linda Dobbs.
Class space is limited, so reservations should be made by calling (304) 527-0860.
To meet June 4
The Jefferson County Chapter of the Ohio Retired Teachers Association will hear Judy Owings from the Prime Time Office on Aging address the topic “Diabetes Care for Seniors” when the group meets June 4 at Bell Chapel United Methodist Church on state Route 213, Steubenville.
The association’s business meeting will begin at 11 a.m. and be followed by dinner at noon. The menu will include chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, a vegetable dish, salad, rolls, homemade pie and beverages.
Reservations are $14, due by May 22. Checks can be made payable to JCRTA and mailed to Ann Wiley, P.O. Box 304, Amsterdam, OH 43903.
The June community service project for members will be collecting baby and/or adult hygiene supplies to benefit the WEBA Outreach Food Pantry, which serves the communities of Wolf Run, East Springfield, Bergholz and Amsterdam.
For information on the JCRTA, contact Dave Nicholson, president, at (740) 544-6249.
to elect officers
The Steubenville Art Association will elect officers when it meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Historic Fort Steuben located at 120 S. Third St., Steubenville.
A demonstration on armatures and celuclay sculpture will be given. A workshop on the same topic led by instructors Martha Jamail, Kiyoe Howalf, Janet Sower and Marilyn O’Connell of Cambridge will be held earlier in the day from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the fort. Cost is $40 for the brown bag lunch event. Contact Marnee Muhleman at (330) 340-4577 for information.
Anne Wagner, Lillian Brue, Laura Thrasher and Patti Chafin will serve as hostesses at the evening meeting.
Multiple Sclerosis group meeting set
The Weirton and Steubenville Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Serbian American Cultural Center in Weirton.
Margie O’Leary, a nurse working with Multiple Sclerosis patients at UPMC, will discuss new medications recently approved for MS patients.
Anyone with MS, their families and friends are invited to attend.
For information, call Connie Kafton at (304) 527-3023.
part of event
The Stanton Ruritan Club’s chicken barbecue will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Irondale Village Park.
It will be held in addition to the Keith T. Harris Memorial Car Show with vendors, crafts, a disc jockey, Chinese auction and corn hole.
A free diabetes-related class open to the public will be held May 20 in the Starvaggi Room of Weirton Medical Center, beginning at 3 p.m.
Megan Pietro will lead an informal discussion on managing type two diabetes. For information, call Pietro at Tri State Pharmacy at (304) 723-6331.
Upcoming programs being offered through the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County include the following:
Author Kaylee Owen will read her book, “Just One More, Please!” at the Toronto branch at 6 p.m. today. Copies will be available for purchase.
Babygarten will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Schiappa branch and at the Brilliant branch on Thursday at 11 a.m. It is a lapsit for parents and children age birth to 24 months that involves songs, rhymes, and books.
An intermediate Internet class for adults will be held at the Schiappa branch on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. and at 6 p.m. Register by calling (740) 264-6166.
Children can make a spring craft at the Schiappa branch on Thursday any time from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Family movie day will be held at the main library on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Play and Learn the Alphabet offers letter-learning toys for children age 2-6 and caregiver. It will be offered at the Dillonvale-Mount Pleasant branch today at 5:30 p.m.
Enjoy coffee, doughnuts and a movie at the main library on Friday at 10 a.m.
Club to sponsor
Ocean City trip
The Ohio Valley Promenaders Square & Round Dance Club, a nonprofit organization, will sponsor a trip to Ocean City, Md., on Sept. 9-12.
For trip details, call Janice at (304) 281-6914; Jane at (740) 695-3523; or Rick at (304) 232-3367.
Moving On, a group of widows and widowers, met May 9 for their meeting and luncheon held at Undo’s in Weirton with Christine Brown, vice president, presiding.
Jack Davis gave the blessing and Brown, the friendship reading. May birthdays were acknowledged.
Darlene Roe became the newest member to join while guests attending were Selva Mallory, Candy Yachini and Burlane Hoagland.
Table prizes in the form of gift cards were donated by Margaret Ashbee, Janet Gilham, Frances Parsons, Cindy Gilbert, Katie Roshac and Peg Sweeney.
Entertainment was provided by the Donohues – Jim and Jimmy – who performed easy listening music through songs from the 1950s and 1960s.
Reports were given Lucretia “Toots” Ross, secretary, and Margaret Chapman, treasurer.
Madeline Michael Boulson and Toots Ross conducted the 50-50 drawing won by Ruth Jackson. Undo gift certificates went to Helen Parrish and Herb Simms.
Gift cards went to Jeannette Spear, Jack Davis, Carol Boyer, Candy Yachini, Martha Wright and Herb Simms.
Christine Brown won the massage from Schrickel Health and Wellness Center and Katy Rosahac the musical rose.
The next meeting will be held June 9 at Undo’s in Weirton. Anyone interested in joining can call Janet Saner at (740) 537-4487. Dues are $10 annually, and dinners are $12.
The Alzheimer’s Association will be holding its monthly caregiver support group on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Eastern Gateway Community College, 4000 Sunset Blvd., Room 1500, Steubenville.
It is free and open to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.
For information, call the Greater East Ohio Area Alzheimer’s Association at (330) 650-0552 or (800) 272-3900.
An organizational meeting for the “St. Anthony Hawks Forever” reunion weekend is scheduled for 1 p.m. on May 26 on the deck of the Spot Bar in Steubenville.
Plans for the reunion weekend on Aug. 17-18 will be discussed, and all Hawks who would like to work on the committee are welcomed to attend.
The weekend tentative plans include a golf outing, music, auction and food.
Anyone interested in being involved should attend the meeting or contact Joe DiAlbert at (740) 283-9164; Bernie Ravasio at (740) 317-5656; or Rocco Augustine at (740) 264-1975.
What’s going on throughout the area
meting on May 14
The Brooke County Retired School Employees will meet at 11:30 a.m. May 14 at the Wellsburg Christian Church.
Karen and Dick Pannett will conduct a memorial service. Members are asked to bring items for the Brooke County Animal Shelter.
All members are encouraged to attend, and those who bring a friend receive a free door prize drawing ticket.
Lunch reservations must be made by Sunday by calling Dottie Cooper at (740) 266-4904 or (304) 670-1021. Ruth Lewis will not be taking reservations.
Sands of Time at
The Country Friends will host the Sands of Time Saturday at the Memorial Hall located at 402 Old Police Lodge Road, Colliers.
The doors open at 6 p.m., and the dance begins at 7 p.m.
Country Friends holds covered-dish dinners and open mic nights every Monday and Friday. The doors open at 4 p.m., the meal begins at 5 p.m., and open mic begins 6 p.m.
For information, call (304) 527-4253 or (304) 479-1270 or visit www.countryfriendsfoundation.com.
St. Paul’s to host
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church located at 415 Adams St., Steubenville, will host its monthly soup and sandwich luncheon on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Featured soups are chicken and dumpling, cream of broccoli and stuffed pepper. Sandwiches available will be shredded beef, sloppy joes and chicken salad. Desserts and drinks are included in the price of the luncheon.
Cost is $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. Carryouts are available by calling (740) 282-5366 between the same hours as the luncheon.
The Four Seasons Senior Citizens Association met April 17 at the Serbian American Cultural Center with Norma Yoho, president, presiding.
Brian and Shawn Chrisagis entertained with songs of faith.
Co-tour directors Roberta Burnett and Edie Mitchell were introduced.
April birthdays were acknowledged.
Harry and Bernice Bain and Jenna Fazie were welcomed as guests.
Jasper Wamsley and Mary Salantino won the 50-50 drawing. Al Cellini won the free dinner. Door prize winners were Fran Wenzel, Dorothy Blankenship, Bob Anderson, Chris Gillette, Jane Barney and Rick Sklenar.
Members played cards and bingo after dinner.
The next meeting will be held May 15.
to benefit relay
A spaghetti dinner to benefit the Relay for Life sponsored by the Jefferson County Unit of the American Cancer Society will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Bell Chapel United Methodist Church located on state Route 213, Steubenville.
Cost is by donation. The menu includes spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread, dessert, coffee, tea and punch.
Election Day lunch
At Brilliant UMC
The Brilliant United Methodist Church located at 525 LaBelle St., Brilliant, will host an Election Day lunch on May 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The menu will include bean, vegetable and broccoli soups; hot turkey sandwiches; sloppy joes and hot dogs; and assorted desserts.
Takeout will be available by calling (740) 598-4472.
Karaoke fun night at E.S. center
The East Springfield Community Center will host a karaoke fun night with disc jockey Chelsea Matta from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday.
Admission is $2 with children age 10 and under admitted for free.
There will be refreshments available for sale.
The center is located on county Road 39 next to the East Springfield Volunteer Fire Department.
Museum to open
The Bergholz Area Museum will be open Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and feature Cicely Worthington’s collection of Amsterdam memorabilia.
Worthington is a well known former Springfield High School English and Spanish teacher who spent much of her life in Amsterdam before moving to Carrollton.
The museum has a large collection of Springfield memorabilia. A large variety of other items related to area mines, the schools, area businesses and sports teams is displayed as part of the museum’s permanent collection.
The museum is open the first Sunday of each month from May through November from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
Doris Matyas presided at the Toronto Senior Citizens meeting held April 25 where guests were Terry Latynski and C. Lewis and new members Bob and Pat Richardson and Mel and Pat Simpson were welcomed.
Terry Latynski spoke about crafts from Petals and Paint.
Mary Alice Meyer gave the blessing for the covered-dish dinner, gave devotions and led in opening exercises.
Reports were given by Shirley Rebich, Joyce Dobbs and Rosemary Bonofine. Lola Swanagan discussed trips, noting the bus will leave Stratton at 11:15 a.m. and Toronto at 11:45 a.m. on Sunday for the Pittsburgh Cabaret. There are a few seats left for the Columbiana Dinner and Theater on July 31 and the trip to the Smokies-Dollywood-Ashville on Sept. 16-19. For information, call (740) 537-4977 or (740) 537-3064.
The 50/50 was won by Pat Richardson. The door prize winners were Mary Ann Parker, Arlene Zahniser, Carol Thompson, Wanda Woodward, Dolly Robinson and Judy Bickler. Bingo winners were Mary Koth, Judy Bickler, Karen Krause and Jeanette Minolti.
Scat winners were Pat Rose, Nancy Ludewig, Jane Hanuscin, Doris Matyas, Arlene Zahniser, David Krause, Richard Dobbs, Bob Richardson, John Wherry, Karen Krause, Mary Alice Meyer and Bob Carroll.
The May 9 dinner will be held at the Cornerstone Church.
group to meet
The Marland Heights Community Association will hold an informational meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Marland Heights Pool large shelter.
Those interested in the “Save the Pool” project are encouraged to attend. Progress on the project and upcoming events will be discussed.
Upcoming events include:
May 25, 6 p.m, jazz concert featuring Broadway star Erin Burkett and wine-tasting at the park. Tickets are $20.
June 15, 10 a.m., “Pool Together” 5K run/walk. The dog-friendly event begins at the park. Children’s games will be available following the walk.
For information, like the group’s Facebook page by searching “Marland Heights Pool.”
Men of Destiny
The Men of Destiny of the House of Faith at 1913 Estelle Ave., Steubenville, will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday.
The nondenominational group is open to all men.
“Come and see how we can better our relationship with Christ, witness to others, help our neighbors, improve our community, build bonds of friendship with men inside and outside of our church with Christian fellowship,” said Ron Boyuk, president.
For information, call the church at (740) 264-5070.
Rummage, bake sale at church
The Wintersville Community Chapel located at 27 Ward Drive, Wintersville, is holding its spring rummage and bake sale on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A hot lunch will be available in addition to the rummage sale and bake sale.
All proceeds are used by the WCC Missionary Society to support missionaries worldwide and food ministry locally.
Free dinner at
As part of the First Baptist Church of Steubenville’s efforts for community outreach, it is continuing to hold a free monthly dinner on the first Sunday of every month, beginning at 1 p.m. and following the 11:30 a.m. service.
Weather permitting, the next dinner will be a barbecue dinner and be held Sunday at the Pleasant Heights park shelter.
For information, call the church office at (740) 282-2693 or visit the website at www.firstbaptiststeubenville.com.
Rotary club lists May speakers
The Steubenville Rotary Club has announced speakers for the month of May for its noon luncheon meetings held on Fridays at the YWCA in Steubenville.
— Friday: Dottie Kane of the Tri-County Family Violence Coalition.
— May 10: Katie Conway of the Pittsburgh Public Theater and its summer lineup.
— May 17: Tentatively musicians from the Wheeling Symphony.
— May 24: John Molnara, chief executive officer of APEG.
— May 31: Tentatively representatives of Brooke Hills Players with an update on summer productions.
Jodi Scheetz is program chair for May.
Weir Class of 1993 sets reunion
The Weir High Class of 1993 will hold its 20-year class reunion on July 27 at the Weirton Holiday Inn.
Reunion information and reservation forms have been sent to classmates via mail and e-mail. The reservation forms are due June 8.
Classmates who have not been contacted are urged to send their mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org.