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June 13, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

Music time in Richmond on Saturday

The Richmond Community Historical Society will present "Music in the Gazebo" featuring the Sands of Time on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Richmond Commons on Main Street.

The event will include food available for purchase; a 50-50 drawing; and "In Richmond, We Remember" T-shirts for $15.

Donations accepted will benefit the Crew House Museum.

Participants are encouraged to bring a lawn chair and "enjoy an evening of great music," according to a promotional flyer.

For information on the event or the historical society, contact Phil Judy, president, at (740) 765-4534.

Flea market at Liberty grange

A flea market will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 22 at the Liberty Grange Hall In New Alexandria.

Camera club lists May winners

The Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club has named the winners of the May competition in prints and slides.

The print winners for the topic of the month "Historical" were Steve Roberts, first place; Anissa Wellington and Debra Snider, second place; and Ernest D'Andrea and Don Roberts, third place.

In the open category, the winners included Don Roberts, first place; Andy Tindor, second place; and Snider, third place. The special effects winners were Don Roberts, first place; Dave Rees, second place; and Angela McClain, Wellington and Snider, third place. The winners' pictures can be found on Facebook at the Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club page.

The slide winners for the topic "Historical" were Claudia Norris, first place; Steve Whiting, second place; and Judy Whiting, third place. The open category winners included Norris, first place; Steve Whiting, second place; and Judy Whiting, third place. The special effects winners were Steve Whiting, first place; and Norris, second place.

For the workshop meeting, the camera club held a "model shoot" at the club's regular meeting location at Two Ridges Presbyterian Church hall. Club members brought with them someone to serve as a model. Becky Mihopulos, Wellington and Snider provided backdrops and studio lighting. Mike Ofca brought his motorcycle to serve as a prop.

Some club members attended a field trip in May to DiGregory's Greenhouse and Garden Center in Steubenville to photograph flowers. Members' pictures were on display throughout May at the Center of Music and Art in Wintersville.

It was announced that the camera club will have a booth at the "Thunder in the Ville Festival" in Wintersville on June 29. Pictures donated by some of the members will be auctioned off. Pictures include a vintage train, eagles, a mail pouch barn, an Amish buggy, an elk and a West Virginian grist mill. There will be a 50/50 drawing and a drawing for a free club membership. Information about the club also will be available.

The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. June 18. It will be a competition in prints and slides.

For information about the club, contact club President Steve Whiting at (740) 546-4497.

Men's gospel concert Saturday

The Second Baptist Church Men's Day Committee will host its third Community Men Gospel Concert on Saturday beginning at 6 p.m. at 717 Adams St., Steubenville.

Participating will be Stanley Brown, producer; Jesse "TC" Brown, director; Jerry Williams, bass guitarist; Calvin Wicker; keyboard; and Kim "Pye" Morgan, drummer.

Soloist Richard Beal also will serve as master of ceremonies.

More than 40 men from the Upper Ohio Valley are scheduled to participate. The Rev. Calvin McLoyd Jr. is the host pastor.

'Faith, Flag, Freedoms' rally scheduled

The Eastern Ohio Concerned Citizens, Steubenville for Liberty and American Patriot Council Washington/Jefferson/Hancock Chapter will host a rally, "Defending Our Faith, Flag and Freedoms," from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Treasure Island Flea Market.

Featured speakers will include Anton Salinski, Toni Blake, Eric Jack, Lynne Modranski, the Rev. Hombre Liggett and Dave Daubenmire. Modranski will provide music.

 
 

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