part of relay
Individuals interested in purchasing a butterfly to benefit one team's efforts to raise money for the Steubenville Area Relay for Life sponsored by the Jefferson County Unit of the American Cancer Society have until Saturday to do so.
The butterflies are available for $8 each with all proceeds to benefit the ACS. For information, contact Judy Fellows at (740) 284-5547 or Nate Fellows at (740) 424-8317.
The butterfly release, a fundraiser by the team Steppin' For Sisters, will be held at 10 a.m. June 23. as part of the 18th-annual relay being held at the Robert Kettlewell Memorial Stadium on the campus of Indian Creek High School in Wintersville.
The relay begins at 6 p.m. June 22 and ends at approximately noon June 23.
group meeting set
The Alzheimer's Association will be holding its monthly caregiver support group on the following date:
Toronto Three Arts
Toronto Three Arts members welcomed new members Dani Swearingen, Amanda Speeces and Karen Meyers at a recent meeting held at Froehlich's classic Corner in Steubenville.
Hostess Carolyn Owen provided each member with a potted herb.
Stephanie Calabrese from Toronto High School was the scholarship winner.
New officers are: Susan Kulstad, president; Gloria Zamborsky, first vice president; Patricia Burns, second vice president; Sue Davidson, secretary; Astrid Bricker, treasurer; Barbara Pritts, publicity; and Ida Haynes, parlimentarian.
The next meeting will be Sept. 20.
Local artist to
Local artist Virginia Price of Wintersville will exhibit transparent watercolors at the 39th-annual Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Music and Arts Festival on July 14-15.
Her booth will have various transparent watercolors and will be located in the Fine Arts and Fine Crafts area.
More than 130 artists and craftspeople will participate in the festival where painting, pottery, photography, and other artwork will be displayed and sold. In addition, the Festival will provide musical and visual entertainment, youth activities and exhibits, a silent auction, and concessions. Musical entertainment will include live bands featured on two separate stages throughout the festival playing a variety of music,
Admission to the festival, which is sponsored by the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce, is $1 for adults over age 16 and will be held at Heritage Park and Everal Barn in Westerville on July 14 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and July 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunrise Seniors have banquet
The Toronto Sunrise Seniors held their Mother/Father banquet on June 8 at the St. Francis Social Hall.
President Susan Kulstad welcomed members and special guests, including Toronto Mayor John Geddis and Don Clarke.
Kulstad thanked Clarke's Funeral Home and Foster's Funeral Home for door prizes they donated to the club.
Chaplain Glenn Smith offered grace before the dinner served by Bricker's Catering.
The 50/50 winners were Kitty Roth and Ralph Noonan. Table prize winners were Marge Kane, Patti Farnella, Jean Henderson, Helen Lindsay, Connie Lopushansky, Ralph Noonan, Kitty Roth, Betty Mossor and Nancy Bodrog.
Door prize winners were Bob Deku, Janet Grimes, Paul Sherwood, Tim Gribben, Pete Trudicks, Joe McBride, Beth Clark, Patty Roth, Peg Nordenger, Louie Nelson, Rose Gibson, Wilma Elder, Dorothy Pavelka, Shirley Rebish, Marcella McKnight, Ray Horne, Glen McLain, Ted Riffle, Stan Ohalek, Lucy Timko, Marlene Garrett, Marion Wilson, Carolyn McCart, Jay Smith, Betty Miller, James Hope and Paul Parker.
Bingo and cards were played at the Roosevelt Senior Center after the dinner.
The next meeting will be held June 22 at the Roosevelt Senior Center at 5 p.m. Membership is open to any resident of Ohio who is 55 or older. For information, contact Kulstad at (740) 537-2658.
Library to host writing workshop
The Mary H. Weir Public Library in Weirton will host a "Proposal Writing Basics" workshop from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 27 at the library located at 3442 Main St.
The workshop will teach the basics of proposal writing and approaching foundations for nonprofit groups and individuals seeking grant funding. The event is free and open to the public. For information, call the library at (304) 797-8510 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian women's breakfast set
A Christian women's breakfast will be held at 9 a.m. June 20 at the Apostolic Lighthouse Church on Kings Creek Road.
The buffet breakfast is free. For information, call (304) 797-9145 or (304) 914-3955.
The third-annual Boy Scouts Two Chiefs District summer Pinewood Derby will be held July 20-21 at Cove Presbyterian Church in downtown Weirton.
It will take place outside in the lot behind the church and City Building.
June 20 will be an open race, and June 21 will be scout racing and loop track racing. There will be two classes of scout racing, one for Cub Scouts and the other for Boy Scouts. A loop track is a 360 degree loop into which cars go upside down.
Information and rules can be obtained by calling Nick Witschey at (304) 975-0181 or by emailing email@example.com.
Men's Day weekend
at Second Baptist
Men's Day weekend at Second Baptist Church, 717 Adams St., Steubenville, will kick off with a cookout on Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Eighth Street church parking lot.
There is no charge, and all are welcome to attend. The menu will include hot dogs, hamburgers and a buffet of side dishes.
A come-as-you-are Saturday church service at 4 p.m. will feature the Rev. Raymond Mason of the Alpha and Omega Church of Youngstown. The Rev. Maurice Lawson will deliver the Sunday sermon at the 11 a.m. service.