Citywide prayer revival Friday
The House of Prayer Outreach Ministries will host a citywide prayer revival from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the Shared Ministries of Simpson United Methodist Church and Phillips Chapel CME, 430 Slack St., Steubenville.
Guest speakers will include Prophet George Delo, Power for Today Prophetic Ministries, Steubenville, and Deacon William Watson, Greater Zion Temple, Steubenville.
Evangelist Clarissa Speaker is the founder of House of Prayer Outreach Ministries.
"Join us as we seek God for forgiveness and healing for our city, our families, our communities and our nation," reads a promotional flyer.
For information, call (740) 275-7560.
Bereavement support group to meet
Charity Hospice's bereavement support group will meet from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on March 19 at the Prime Time Senior Center, 300 Lovers Lane, Steubenville.
For information, call Debbie Yoklic at (740) 264-2280.
Mingo Knights event Thursday
The Mingo Knights of Columbus of Msgr. Joseph F. Dooley Council 4361 will host a first and second degree on Thursday.
Candidate call is at 6:30 p.m. with the first degree at 7 p.m. followed by the second degree.
Food will be served afterwards.
There will be no regular meeting Thursday.
There will be a third degree on March 30 at the Mingo K of C with the candidate call at 1 p.m., followed by the third degree at 1:30 p.m.
Questions can be directed to Shawn Zarych, grand knight, at (740) 381-1385.
Alpha Mu Chapter holds meeting
The Alpha Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met at Ponderosa in Carrollton on March 8 with President Darlene Smith presiding.
Jan Primac of the hospitality committee read the poem "Hugs," and Cicely Worthington, chairman of the committee, gave the invocation before breakfast.
A moment of silence was observed for Helen Mundis, Marjorie Radakovich and Margaret Alice Meyers.
New yearbook pages remain available, it was announced. Smith thanked CarolynLee Barrett and Rose Seck for revisions to the bylaws.
The state convention will be held at the Columbus Hilton on April 4-6. Smith and Barrett will attend, Barrett will be display her flower photo quilt. Barb Carter will join them at the convention.
Smith shared an e-mail received from Jane Meese, state recording secretary, that read, "Wowie, Zowie! Your members rock!" Eleven members had responded to Meese about education matters.
Members reviewed revisions to the bylaws. Voting will be next month. Jan Brower is preparing a list of nominations for new officers to be elected at the April meeting. Brower read the biographies of four prospective new members, and a secret ballot vote was conducted.
Linda Anderson will send support cards to members. DKG received thank-you cards from the Carroll County Animal Shelter, Golden Age Retreat and Martha Manor for December donations.
The project for April is donations for Hounds' Haven Inc. in Jefferson County and Carrollton's new animal shelter that is under construction.
Applications for scholarships should be sent to Julie Blanton or Barb Carter before April 18, it was announced.
The next meeting will be held April 12 at Starkdale Presbyterian Church in Steubenville. Barbara Jean Losey promised a "birthday surprise" as part of the 75th DKG birthday celebration.
The education excellence committee led by Rose Seck presented the program for the meeting.
Toronto Sunrise Senior Citizens meet
Tim Gribben, president, presided when the Toronto Sunrise Senior Citizens met for their Feb. 28 meeting.
Lucy Timko and Mike Timko were 50-50 winners. Door prizes were won by Joe McBride and Molly Merideth.
Tour Director Judy Whyte announced a trip to the Rivers Casino is being organized for April 23. Cost of the one-day trip is $20. Questions can be directed to Whyte at (740) 264-7837.
Joyce Gribben and Dorothy Pavelka reported the mother/father banquet will be held May 23 at the Presbyterian church in Toronto. Dinner at 6 p.m. will follow a social hour.
The summer picnic will be held July 11 at Stratton Park. Questions can be directed to Patti Farnella at (304) 424-2081.
McBride was crowned king of hearts, and Nina Kavanaugh was crowned queen of hearts at the Valentine-themed dinner meeting.
Peg Nordenger closed the meeting in prayer.
Bingo winners were Mary Lou Deku, Elaine Briceland, Nancy Bodrog, Jim Wilson, Gloria Howard, Mike Timko, Brenda Cottrell, Peg Nordenger, Judy Price, Susan Kulstad, Marlene Garrett, John Bodrog, Kathy Samuel, Patty Farnella and Marion Wilson. Card winners were Nancy Bodrog and Patty Roth.