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Fun Seekers donate toys to Table of Hope

The Fun Seekers’ Christmas party included the donation of toys to Table of Hope that operates out of the First United Methodist Church at 3301 West St., Weirton. Participating in presenting the toys were, from left, club members Larry Bauer, Mary Beth Bauer and David Krause; Table of Hope ...

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Weirton Shriners hosting pancake breakfast Saturday WEIRTON — The Weirton Shriners will host a fundraiser pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday (Dec. 16) at the Northern Panhandle Shrine Club, located at the end of Cove Road by the state highway garage. The menu will include ...

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Auxiliary officers

The Tri-State Marine Corp Club Auxiliary members held their regular meeting Dec. 11 with the Christmas dinner held afterward. The Marine men and auxiliary women brought a covered dish. The new officers elected for 2018-19 will begin their duties at the Jan. 8 meeting. Officers are, seated, ...

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Weirton Knights help Shop with a Cop

The Weirton Knights of Columbus Council No. 3734 recently donated $200 to the 2017 Shop with a Cop program through the Weirton Police Department. Shop with a Cop raises money to purchase gifts for children in need during the Christmas season and is funded entirely through donations. Kevin ...

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N.C. Lion receives award

New Cumberland Lions Club President Don Deemer, left, presented Joe Ghenne with a centennial award from Lions Club International for bringing in a new member during the year-long centennial celebration. The presentation was made at the club’s Nov. 28 meeting where Don Greathouse offered the ...

MODELS — The Wintersville Woman’s Club held its 16th-annual Holiday Splendor fundraiser for scholarships on Dec. 3 at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville, which included a style show featuring fashions by the Dress Barn of Robinson Township. Woman’s club members serving as models were, from left, Tyra Timmons, Marjean Sizemore, Aimee Jaros, Robbie Young, Judy Weaver, Ella Jane Burns and Joan Doan. They are shown in evening wear but also modeled casual and business clothing. 
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Wintersville Woman’s Club holds Holiday Splendor

Today’s page includes candids taken at the 16th-annual Holiday Splendor held Dec. 3 at St. Florian Hall. The Wintersville Woman’s Club’s fundraiser for scholarships included vendor shopping, a style show, a luncheon, door prizes, a Chinese auction and a grand prize drawing for a special ...

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Movie, gingerbread house building at Mary H. Weir library Saturday WEIRTON — The Mary H. Weir Public Library will show “The Polar Express,” rated G, at 1 p.m. on Saturday in the library’s activity room located at 3442 Main St. A family-friendly activity, gingerbread house building, ...

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DKG Society donates winterwear

Members of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International held their annual Christmas meeting and luncheon Nov. 18 at the First Christian Church in Weirton. The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International promotes professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education. Members ...

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Woman’s club makes check presentations

The OFWC Woman’s Club of Steubenville held its final meeting of 2017 on Dec. 4, demonstrating generosity with the presentation of $2,000 to the United Way of Jefferson County and $1,000 to Urban Mission Ministries. Involved in the check presentations were, top left photo, from left, Roxanne ...

ATTENDEES — Among those attending the Lions Club Zone 8 meeting held recently in Winteresville were, from left, Zone 8 Chair Terry Snyder, Brilliant Lions Club President Ralph Nickoson, District Committee Chair for Diabetes Awareness Becky Thornton and past District Gov. Steve Thornton.
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Lions Zone meeting includes reports

WINTERSVILLE — The Brilliant Lions Club served as host of the Lions Club Zone 8 meeting held recently at Zalenski’s Family Eatery and Pub in Wintersville. Zone 8 Chairman Terry Snyder welcomed those attending. The invocation was given by Mingo Lions Club President Bill Snyder, and the ...