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To benefit 4-H program

“The Gathering Place,” a 2007 print by Richmond artist Dave Barnhouse, will be auctioned off Saturday following the dinner break at the Jefferson County Junior Fair auction. The money will go toward the 4-H program. Looking forward to the fundraiser are, from left, Paige Smith of ...

Fidelis Gamma Chapter meets

WEIRTON — The West Virginia Fidelis Gamma Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa International Sorority for Women Educators held their August meeting at Williams Country Club with President Jerry DeFilippo presiding. Hostesses Bonnie Queses and Nancy Conley used a patriotic theme since the group ...

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Program on saving history through metal detecting ELDERSVILLE — The Jefferson Township Historical Society of Eldersville, Pa., will welcome Rob Hilt, metal detectorist, as its guest speaker when the group meets at 10 a.m. Saturday in the White Church, Eldersville. The focus of the ...

Graduates

The Practical Nursing Department at the John D. Rockefeller IV Career Center held its graduation ceremony on June 28. The graduates are, front, from left, Samantha Hayes, Kendra Marte, Rosie Billingsley, Mallory Billingsley, Haley Bloomer and Maryssa Durante; middle row, Melanie Thomas, Annette ...

A.H.E.P.A. chapter donated to relief fund

The local A.H.E.P.A. Hancock Chapter No. 103 recently made a $500 donation to the 2018 Greece Wildfire Relief Fund to help those in need after a July 23 wildfire erupted, claiming dozens of lives and leaving many without homes and in need of medical assistance. On hand for the donation were, ...

Roses for sale

The Steubenville Kiwanis Club is in the midst of its main fundraiser as members are taking orders for the annual rose sale, a tradition of more than 50 years. The price of a dozen long-stemmed, boxed roses is $20 for local deliveries to be made Sept. 18 to the Steubenville, Wintersville, Mingo ...

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Weir High student to serve as honorary commission at fair CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Hancock County resident is among four students, ranging in age from 11 to 15, who will serve as honorary commissioners of agriculture for the day during West Virginia’s state fair, which is under way through ...

New leader

As outgoing president of the Brooke County Rotary Club, Gerry Henwood, right, passed the gavel on to incoming president Charles Bell. Members acknowledged Henwood for bringing new members to the club while looking forward to further growth and community service in the future.

Questers project progressing

Hetty Elizabeth Beatty No. 1419 received an International Preservation and Restoration Grant to restore the receiving vault in Union Cemetery in Steubenville. Christoff Construction began the restoration project this summer, which included pressure washing, pointing of cracks and roof work. ...

Nutrition breakfast, exercise activity at Quinn

The social hall at Quinn Memorial A.M.E. Church at 515 North St., Steubenville, is where a free nutrition breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. on Aug. 18 as part of a wellness program based at the church and open to the public. The program is being formed, organizers explained, to provide healthy ...