Roy Boring speaks at Weirton Heights Rotary

The Rotary Club of Weirton Heights, on Tuesday, heard from Roy Boring, a retired Hancock County sheriff, who spoke about the activities of the Fraternal Order of Police, and, in particular, Northern Panhandle Lodge 24. Boring discussed property in the Kings Creek area, which was donated to the FOP in 1954 and used by local law enforcement for training. The property also has an area set aside for use as a cemetery for local K-9 officers. Pictured with Boring, center, are incoming club President Tony Viola, left, and outgoing President Dan Spickard. In other business, it was announced Weirton will host the Rotary District 7530 Conference April 27-28. — Contributed

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