Golf scramble to aid foundation
The second-annual Children’s Bereavement Foundation four-man golf scramble will be held Aug. 10 at Spring Hills Golf Course in East Springfield.
The fundraiser will include a $10,000 hole-in-one cash prize sponsored by Prestige Video Productions.
The fee is $60 per person and includes lunch on the turn and a steak dinner. There also will be door prizes and a 50-50 drawing.
For information, call Charlie Corder at the golf course at (740) 543-3270 or Jim Lamp at (740) 275-4303.
The Wintersville-based Children’s Bereavement Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping bereaved parents through the financial burden of the loss of their child, according to its website. “We believe that every Angel deserves to be honored and have his or her life celebrated by the wishes of the mourning family. Since we can’t ease the burden of suffering, we hope to ease the financial one.”
Brittany Lamp is the foundation’s president and founder.
WHS Class of 1964 planning reunion
The Wintersville High School Class of 1964 reunion planning committee met June 4 to discuss plans for its 50-year reunion to be held Aug. 16, 2014.
Members attending were Sandi Thorn Rue, Kathy Pyles Furda, Sherilyn Boughers Townsend, Lola Dornbusch Swanagan, Sandy Sommers Reducha, Jerry Boyd and Steve Wachenschwanz.
The group chose the location for the ice breaker to be held the night before the reunion and voted to have meetings on the fourth Friday of every month until all plans are finalized.
The next meeting will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Zalenski Family Eatery and Pub in Wintersville. All class members are invited to attend and help locate addresses of classmates.
Questions can be directed to Lola Swanagan at (740) 537-4977.
Polish Hill reunion canceled
The Polish Hill/St. Stanislaus reunion has been canceled.
It will begin again next year, according to a news release. For information, call (740) 381-0100.
Wells Township seniors to meet
The Wells Township Senior Citizens will hold their monthly meeting at 1 p.m. Friday at the Wells Township Community/Senior Center located on Steuben Street, Brilliant.
There will be door prizes, a 50-50 drawing and fellowship.
Covered dishes are welcomed. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided,
Questions can be directed to Liz Cook, Wells Township recreation director, at (740) 598-3967 or (740) 632-6253.
Reading club wrapup party Saturday
The summer reading club wrapup party sponsored by the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the main library.
Other upcoming programs include:
- Book club at the Brilliant branch will meet on July 29 at 6 p.m. To join, call (740) 598-4028. The Tiltonsville branch’s thriller book club will meet on July 30 at 6 p.m. To join the thriller book club, call (740) 859-5163. The Schiappa branch’s book club will meet on July 30 at 6:30 p.m. Call (740) 264-6166 for information.
- The main library’s book club will meet on July 31 at 10 a.m. Call the main library at (740) 282-9782 to join.
- Play and Learn for caregiver with child ages birth to 3 will be at the Brilliant branch on July 30 at 11 a.m. and at the Tiltonsville branch on July 29 at 11 a.m.
- Take your family to the Brilliant branch to enjoy a movie on Aug. 3 at noon.
John and Betty Zak served as hosts and directed committee functions for the Gadabouts annual covered-dish picnic held at the Follansbee Committee House.
Gloria Tripodi and Peg Frederick served as the reception committee. Ed Treglia opened the event with prayer. Ron Fallert and Jenny Avoli directed the 50/50 drawing, which was won by Sharon Carroll.
New members attending were Chuck and Charlene Pearce. Guests attending were Ruth Basich and Gloria Tluchowski.
The traditional bocce tournament was switched to an indoor cornhole toss because of extreme hot weather. Treglia, tournament director, reported that 10 four-person teams competed with first-place winners being Marge Serafini, Nick Smarella, Larry and Barbabra Purks. Second place was awarded to Betty Ann Parker, Bob Meridith, Clyde Morelli and Laura Mamula.
Mike DiBiasi called bingo and was assisted by Beverly DiBiasi and Betty Zak. Winners were Jane Barney, Janet Haverfield, Frank Vallera, Beverly DiBiasi, Sena Benos, Nial Pashke, Dorothy Pashke, Mike DiBiasi, Mary Morelli, George Glikes, Lorraine Hazlett, Barbara Cerra, Laura Mamula and Estelle Treglia.
The picnic committee consisted of Paul and Gloria Tripodi, Jenny Avoli, Peg Frederick, Claudia Clevenger, Rich and Beverly Wyman, Ray and Jean Dalfonso, Gene Poole, Frank and Carol Wisnieski, Terry and Laura Mamula, Ron Fallert, Jane Barney, Barbara Cerra and Dale Irwin.
SCS retirees plan
Nineteen Steubenville City School retirees met July 11 for lunch at the Farm in Mount Pleasant.
Cards were signed for ill members, and donations were collected for the United Way of Jefferson County.
The next gathering will be for supper at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 8 at Schrock’s Country Cookin’ in Sugarcreek. Reservations and money are needed beforehand for this outing. The cost is $19 per person.
Main items on the menu will be chicken, roast beef, mashed potatoes and noodles and coconut cream, cherry and peanut butter pies for dessert.
Contact Linda Holub for information.
Winners in the third-annual Ville Burnoff held July 12-13 at Jim Wood Park have been announced by organizer Rod Harton of Wintersville. They are:
- Chiefs Smoking BBQ, Kenny Humpe, Toronto, first place, $125 and a trophy;
- Reggie Finger Licking Ribs, Reggis Boffman of Steubenville, second place, $100 and a trophy; and
- Big Girls BBQ of El Rams. Pa., third place, trophy.
The event included games and prizes for children and drawings for a variety of items, including Cleveland Cavaliers tickets, grills and Pirates tickets. Music was provided by disc jockey Bill Harvey and the 1 Man Jazz Player the D-Redd.
The Tri-State Marine Corps Club Auxiliary held its monthly meeting on July 8 at the Serbian American Culture Center with Darlene Kemp, vice president, presiding.
Chaplain Mary Ann Smith gave the invocation, and Shirley Brecht read devotions on a poem called “Yesterday Trials.”
Reports were given by Maxine Ragan, treasurer, and Mary Ann Elliott, sunshine chairperson.
Nine birthday cards were sent to residents of the West Virginia Veterans Home in Barborsville.
The 50/50 was won by JoAnn Johns who donated it back to the club.
The bakeless bake sale is continuing with appreciation expressed to all who have donated.
The picnic will be held on Aug. 10 beginning at noon at the Paris Presbyterian Church Hall, 127 Steubenville Pike, Paris, Pa. The auxiliary and their husbands will attend and eat at 2 p.m.
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 12.
‘Grab and Go’ lunch at church
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church will have a “Grab and Go” lunch and bake sale from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the church located at 604 Colliers Way, across from Weirton Medical Center.
The meal includes a sloppy joe sandwich, pasta salad, cookie and chips. The cost is $5. For takeout orders, call (304) 723-9746.
The church will host the following upcoming events:
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 8, “Just Salads”;
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 22, cabbage roll dinner; and
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 12, soup and salad lunch.
Open house, local
history day set
The Pleasant Hill Schoolhouse Museum located on state Route 213, Steubenville, will host an open house and local history day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Area residents are invited to visit the 1880 schoolhouse and learn about the history of Island Creek Township. Community members are invited to participate by contributing their history memories.
For information, call (740) 264-3565 or (740) 283-1626.
Other upcoming events include the fourth-annual alumni reunion from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 24 with dinner served at noon.
RSVPs are due by Aug. 14 by contacting Richard L. Clashman Sr., 47 Clashman Lane, Steubenville, OH 43952.
Outdoors club plans Sunday walk
The Harrison County Outdoors Club will be participating in an historical hike on Sunday led by Dr. Scott Pendleton and Ray Ferrell.
In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s Raid through Harrison County, the two historians plan to hold a presentation at the Piedmont rest area at 4 p.m. where they will discuss Morgan’s activities in Ohio.
Following the presentation, participants will get the opportunity to hike to the spot where Morgan crossed the hill and came into the valley of Piedmont.
KidneySmart classes detailed
KidneySmart classes, free, community-based education sessions providing kidney information, are held on the last Thursday of each month from July through December, unless the class falls on a holiday.
The classes are held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Trinity Medical Center West, 4000 Johnson Road, Steubenville, on the ground floor in the cafeteria conference room.
Participants can learn how kidneys function, recognize early signs of kidney disease, learn ways to better manage diet and health and be briefed on treatment options available in the event of a diagnosis of chronic kidney disease.
The classes are taught by certified educators.
Participants can register at KidneySmart.org/Class or call (412) 770-7210.
Garden club holds
The Woodland Garden Club held its annual picnic in the barn at the home of Eleanor Drazich with 13 members and several guests in attendance, including Bobbi Jo Finney of Mount Pleasant, Sarah Cross of the Ohio State University/Jefferson County Extension Master Gardener’s program and former member Elise Bogard.
An inspirational message was shared by Linda Nolf entitled “Saved by Weeds.” Before the business meeting, members took a tour of Drazich’s diverse gardens and landscape.
President Verna Smolinsky led the business meeting, noting invitations from the Four Seasons Garden Club for its flower show on Saturday and the Mount Pleasant Garden Club’s program at the Irish Ridge Farm on “How to Make a Rain Garden.”
Mary Lou Rupert will be invited to lead a class on artistic design for the August program to help members prepare for the Jefferson County Fair.
Plans were made for watering the post office flower beds and weeding at the fairgrounds.
Susan Guskea presented the slate of officers for a two-year term beginning Oct. 1.
They are: Co-presidents, Susan Tatar and Drazich; first vice president, Gretchen Nelson; second vice president, Jeannie Barker; treasurer, Bobbi Martin; and secretary, Carole Patton.
The next meeting will be held Aug. 1.
is pageant winner
Lili Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Michael and Mary Smith of Steubenville, earned the title of 2013 National American Miss Ohio at the state pageant held June 27 and will be attending the national pageant to be held in Anaheim, Calif., at Disneyland in November.
She will represent Ohio and have the opportunity to win her share of more than $500,000 in cash and prizes.
Each year the National American Miss Pageants are “dedicated to celebrating America’s greatness and encouraging its future leaders,” according to a news release. The pageants award $1.5 million in cash, scholarships and prizes to recognize and assist the development of young women nationwide.
Pageants are held in each state for girls age 4 to 18 in five different age divisions.
Smith’s activities include volunteering for breast cancer awareness, and being active in dance, tumbling and cheering. She also is a presidential gold award winner for academics.
Eldurays band at Country Friends
Country Friends will host Bobby Brandt and the Eldurays band on Saturday at the Memorial Hall located on Old Police Lodge Road in Colliers.
Country Friends has events every Monday, Friday and Saturday. The doors open at 6 p.m. each Saturday, and the dance starts at 7 p.m.
On Monday and Friday nights, doors open at 4 p.m., and open mic begins at 6 p.m. Participants can bring a covered dish for the meal that begins at 5 p.m.
Country Friends Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Christian friendship and brotherly love through music. All proceeds go to charity. For information, call (304) 527-4253 or (304) 479-1270.
The website is www.countryfriendsfoundation.com.
The 56th-annual Kerr family reunion was held July 6 at Follansbee Park, a gathering uniting the descendants of Frank and Lola Margaret Kerr.
The oldest person in attendance was Jim Kerr Sr., and the youngest were Olivia Hoover, daughter of Jonathan and Hollie Hoover, and Kadyen and Cortney Talbott, twin sons of Cortney and Billie Jo Talbott. A.J. Williams was a guest.
Family attended from Pittsburgh, Delaware, Kentucky and Washington, Pa.
Karaoke fun night Friday at E.S. center
Another “karaoke fun night” is on the calendar at the East Springfield Community Center located on county Road 39 next to the East Springfield Volunteer Fire Department.
It will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday with disc jockey Chelsea Matta.
Admission is $2 with children age 10 and under admitted for free. All ages are welcome to participate. Refreshments will be available for purchase.
Rotary programs have Cadiz theme
The Steubenville Rotary Club, which meets at noon on Fridays for a luncheon and business meeting at the YWCA, has announced the lineup of speakers for July.
The Rev. Ashley Steele, executive director of Urban Mission Ministries in Steubenville, is program chair of the month with topics to follow the theme “Cadiz … Past, Present and Future.”
On Friday, Nan Mattern, president of the Clark Gable Society, will discuss that native son who went on to movie stardom.
Sandi Thompson from the Harrison County Coal Museum located in the Puskarich Public Library will discuss this early local industry at the July 19 meeting.
Representatives from MarkWest will share with Rotarians their plans to be involved in Cadiz and the surrounding area at the July 26 meeting.
Post 275 to meet Saturday at marina
AMVETS Post 275 will meet at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Steubenville Marina.
“We will replace the marina flag and have the first meeting of our new year. All area veterans are welcome to attend,” said Dan Wilson, post commander.
Questions can be directed to Wilson at (740) 317-8646.
Brooke Senior Center picnic July 18
The Brooke County Senior Center’s annual picnic will be held at 10 a.m. July 18 at Brooke Hills Park in Wellsburg.
In addition to lots of food, there will be live entertainment, bingo, a balloon release, prizes and other fun.
Transportation is available, and arrangements should be be made no later than July 16 by calling (304) 527-3410.
Weirton Farmers Market on Mondays
The Weirton Farmers Market will continue at 3 p.m. Monday in the Goodwill parking lot, located at 306-308 Penco Road, Weirton, across from the Shop ‘n Save plaza.
The market will be available each Monday through October.
Vendors provide locally grown and baked goods. Produce is picked fresh – often on Monday morning just before the market opens. All goods are produced within 50 miles of Weirton.
As an added bonus, many of the vendors accept senior and Women, Infants and Children vouchers.
The West Virginia University Extension Service sponsors the markets.
Art Beal at Country Friends
Country Friends will host Art Beal and the Country Tradition band on Saturday at the Memorial Hall located at 402 Old Police Lodge Road, Colliers.
Country Friends has events every Monday, Friday and Saturday at the hall. The doors open at 6 p.m. each Saturday, and the dance starts at 7 p.m.
On Monday and Friday nights, the doors open at 4 p.m., and open mic begins at 6 p.m.
Participants can bring a covered dish if they desire for the meal that begins at 5 p.m.
Country Friends Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Christian friendship and brotherly love through music.
All proceeds go to charity.
For information, call (304) 527-4253 or (304) 479-1270.
The website address is www.countryfriendsfoundation.com.
St. Thomas Episcopal
selling stuffed peppers
St. Thomas Episcopal Church will hold a stuffed pepper sale from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. July 12 at the church located on Three Springs Drive, Weirton.
Take-out only will be available. The cost is $2.50.
To order, call Lynn Bish at (304) 797-9785 or the church at (304) 723-4120.
First Baptist Church
to host musical drama
The First Baptist Church of Steubenville located at 334 Cedar Ave., Steubenville, will host a musical drama entitled “Prayer for the Prodigal” presented by Michael James Facciani on July 20 at 7 p.m.
It will be held outdoors, weather permitting; indoors, if not.
Admission is free.
Facciani is billed as “the Rocky Balboa of Christian singers.”
A promotional flyer notes the drama is “a passionate and dramatic vocal portrayal of Chase’s story. Your compassion will be stored and your faith challenged to its very core. Experience God’s love and grace, perhaps, as you never have before.”
For information, call (740) 282-2693.
Peach Social Aug. 9 at Dillonvale Presbyterian
The Dillonvale Presbyterian Church will hold its 63rd-annual Peach Social at the Dillonvale Fire Hall on Aug. 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children, which includes includes cake, ice cream, peaches and a drink. Take-out will be available.
Music will be provided by Roger Warren and Friends.
Questions can be directed to (740) 769-7765 or (740) 859-6809.
Ministry organizing bash for back to school
Cup of Life Ministries is sponsoring a “Back-to-School Bash” on July 26 at the Follansbee Activities Center with a picnic beginning at 6 p.m.
Following that will be the distribution of school supplies, then ending with swimming from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. with all ages welcome.
Those wanting to attend should RSVP by July 22 by contacting Joanne Redd by phone at (724) 573-0333 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is a sponsorship of Hope Ministries.
Adults being sought for
softball tourney benefit
The Follansbee Softball League seeks players for an adult co-ed softball tournament July 27 to benefit the Barretts, an Oklahoma family who lost their home in the recent tornado.
A cash prize will be awarded based on the number of teams that sign up. The entry fee is $100.
For information, call Mike Frye at (304) 374-3016. The game was inspired by ongoing efforts by Vito’s 2 and the Follansbee Chamber of Commerce to help the family.
Catholic Identity Project to present conference
The Catholic Identity Project will present its 2013 conference, “Life, Liturgy and Libertas: The Keys to Catholic Restoration” Sept. 20-22 at the Serbian-American Cultural Center located at 1000 Colliers Way, Weirton.
Michael Voris, Michael J. Matt, Dr. John Rao, John Vennari, James Vogel, Christopher Ferrara and John-Henry Westen will be speakers. The event will include seminars, lectures and daily Latin Masses.
Christopher Schulte of the Knights of Columbus will give the dinner presentation Sept. 21, followed by Chaplain the Rev. Gregory Pendergraft.
For information or to make a reservation, contact M. Eric Frankovitch, director, at (304) 723-6343.
group meetings set
The Alzheimer’s Association will be holding its caregiver support group meetings on the following dates:
— July 18 at 6 p.m. at Eastern Gateway Community College, 4000 Sunset Blvd., Room 1500, Steubenville.
— July 23 at 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 400 Walnut St., Martins Ferry.
The meetings are free and open to all caregivers, family members and friends with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia.
For information, call the Greater East Ohio Area Alzheimer’s Association at (330) 650-0552 or 1 (800) 272-3900.
Follansbee City Building hours are expanded
The Follansbee City Building is now open an hour earlier, at 8 a.m., Monday through Friday.
Calls to the building through (304) 527-1330 will be answered at that time also. City Manager John DeStefano said the change was made in an effort to better assist residents.
Writers group to meet July 9
The Tri-State Writers Society, led by award-winning local author Karen Majoris Garrison, will meet at 6 p.m. July 9 at Eat ‘n Park in Steubenville.
Published and aspiring writers are welcome to attend. For information, call (740) 424-1243 or visit www.karinagarrison.blogspot.com and click on the TSWS page.
Group plans trip to see Diana Ross
The Four Seasons Citizens Association met June 12 at the Serbian American Cultural Center in Weirton with President Norma Yoho presiding.
Chaplin Mary Rose Spano gave the opening prayer.
After dinner, members were entertained by Ron Retzer.
Birthdays and an anniversary were acknowledged.
Barbara Wood was welcomed as a guest.
Tour directors Roberta Burnette and Edie Mitchell gave a report on the trip to see Diana Ross at Heinz Hall on Aug. 20. Anyone interested in going can call Roberts at (304) 564-4479 or Edie at (304) 797-1323 for information.
The free dinner went to Betty Lucas.
Lorraine Hazlett and Irene Rupani won the 50-50 drawing. Prize winners were Ruth Ladomensky, Wilda Horton, Jasper Wamsley, Barbara Libengood, Rose Spano and Beverly DiBaise.
The next meeting will be held July 17.
Auxiliary welcomes new member
The Tri-State Marine Corps Club Auxiliary held its monthly meeting June 10 at the Serbian American Cultural Center, welcoming new member Lillian Howell, the wife of Tri-State Marine Corps Club member Francis Howell of New Cumberland.
President Joan Spano presided, and Chaplain Mary Ann Smith led devotions.
Peg Dawson led in opening ceremonies.
The group received a thank-you card from the Barboursville West Virginia Veterans Home for sending birthday cards to residents.
Shirley Brecht gave the sunshine report, and historian Marcy Spano distributed photos.
June birthdays were acknowledged.
Joan Spano sent birthday cards to veterans home residents. Maxine Ragan placed a wreath on the auxiliary’s behalf and Jim Jurosko placed one on the club’s behalf at the May 27 Memorial Day ceremony.
The auxiliary is continuing to take donations for its no-bake bake sale.
Mary Arlia won the 50/50 drawing.
Auxiliary members signed cards for adopted veteran Danny Lyons.
JoAnn Johns and Joan Spano served refreshments, and Tina Spano and Vicki Parr will be responsible for refreshments in July, Carol Lyons and Leroy Bee in August, Mary Ann Smith and Mary Arlia in September, Maxine Ragan and Lavonne Balint in October, and Elizabeth Shipe and Tiffanie Handly in November.
The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. July 8.
Toronto Seniors planning picnic
Doris Matyas presided at the Toronto Senior Citizens meeting on June 27 for members and guest John Lesnick.
Robert Haught gave the blessing for the covered-dish dinner.
Reports were given by Shirley Rebich, Joyce Dobbs and Rosemary Bonofine.
The kitchen committee for July will be Dee Fouts, Libby Conrad, Nanetta Householder, Ida Haynes, Nancy Ludewig, Marge OTool and Patty Rose.
The picnic will be held Aug. 8 at the Stratton Park.
Paul Koltz won the 50/50, and Terry Mamula won the door prize.
It was announced that there are a few seats available for the Sept. 16-19 trip to the Smokies – Biltmore, Dollywood, Gatlinburg, Andy Griffith and Mt. Airy, with the cost being $490. Interested travelers can call (740) 537-3064.
Bingo winners were Mary Petras, Carolyn Owen, Pat Rose, Mary Hackney, Blanche Williams, Rose Dials and Pat Rebes. Scat winners were Paula Krensavage, Pat Simpson, Pat Pfabe, Jane Hanuscin, Irene Miller, Irma Straka, Terry Mamula and Joyce Dobbs.
The next meeting will be held July 11 at the Roosevelt Building.
Sands of Time at Country Friends
Country Friends will host the Sands of Time band on Saturday at the Memorial Hall located at 402 Old Police Lodge Road, Colliers.
Country Friends has events each Monday, Friday and Saturday at the hall. The doors open at 6 p.m. each Saturday, and the dance starts at 7 p.m.
On Monday and Friday nights, the doors open at 4 p.m., and open mic begins at 6 p.m. Participants can bring a covered dish if they desire for the meal that begins at 5 p.m.
Country Friends Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Christian friendship and brotherly love through music. All proceeds go to charity. For information, call (304) 527-4253 or (304) 479-1270. The website is www.countryfriendsfoundation.com.
open for holiday
The Bergholz Area Museum will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Thursday before the parade in Bergholz and again on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum is typically open the first Sunday of each month, May through November.
New this month are pictures and a history of the Nesbit Drug Store which was in operation from the late 1800s until 1932. Also newly available this month are additional items featuring the towns of Bergholz, Amsterdam and the former Bergholz, Amsterdam and Springfield schools.
There also is the Morgan Raid display. The museum’s permanent collection includes pictures and memorabilia related to area communities, the schools, local mines and various businesses.
The museum is located at the corner of Second and Jefferson streets across from the town parking lot. Admission is free.
The New Beginners Women’s Circle of the Bloomingdale United Methodist Church located at 113 High St., Bloomingdale, will be hosting the church’s annual pancake and sausage breakfast from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursday in the church’s lower level banquet hall.
First Baptist won’t have July dinner
The First Baptist Church of Steubenville’s free monthly dinner open to the public will not be held in July because it falls during the holiday weekend. The next dinner will be held at 1 p.m. on Aug. 4.
Men of Destiny
Men of Destiny of the House of Faith located at 1913 Estelle Ave., Steubenville, will meet at 9 a.m. Saturday.
“Come and see how we can better our relationship with Christ, witness to others, help our neighbors, improve our community, build bonds of friendship with men inside and outside of our church with Christian fellowship,” said Ron Boyuk, president.
For information, call (740) 264-5070.
Center won’t host
dinner in July
The East Springfield Community Center will not host a July fundraiser dinner because of the July 4 holiday.