The Second Baptist Youth Department will host its annual youth revival Thursday through Sunday to the theme "Youth Changing Your Heart From the Inside Out."
Pastor C.M. Jenkins of Freedom Assembly Church in Cleveland will lead the revival services that begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and conclude at the 11 a.m. Sunday service.
The youth of Mount Zion Baptist Church and Quinn AME and Charlene Dawkins of Greater Zion Temple will provide the music ministry on Thursday, while Friday's music ministry will be provided by youth from First Baptist Church of Wellsville, Mount Carmel Community Baptist Church and the Tower of Power.
A fellowship lunch and roundtable discussion, "Skittles, Hoodies and Tea," will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. with Jenkins and Pastor Calvin McLoyd Jr. of Second Baptist Church leading the discussion. All area youth are invited.
On Sunday the Angelic Sounds and the Young Girls Praise Ministry will provide music ministry. The Voices of Second and the Sons of Second will provide praise and worship. Carletta Williams is Youth Sunday coordinator, and Gail Worrels is the director of the Youth Department.
MS support group meets Thursday
The Weirton-Steubenville Multiple Sclerosis support group will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Serbian American Cultural Center in Weirton.
The guest speaker will be attorney Howard Peterson III, whose topic will be estate and elder planning, maintaining assets and current laws for Medicare and Medicaid.
Anyone with MS, their family and friends can attend. For information, contact Connie Kafton at (304) 527-3023.
Jeter to teach
The Steubenville Art Association will host a watercolor workshop instructed by Barry Jeter on April 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Historic Fort Steuben Visitors Center.
Jeter, a Pittsburgh watercolorist, has conducted previous workshops in Steubenville for area artists. Jeter's work has merited numerous awards and appears in many private and commercial collections, according to an art association spokesperson. He was elected into the Pittsburgh Watercolor Society in 1982.
Members and non-members interested should contact Marnee Muhleman at (330) 340-4577 to register. The cost is $40.
The Buena Vista Residents Group will meet today at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of Buena Vista United Methodist Church, Kingston Avenue, Steubenville.
City Manager Cathy Davison will be the guest at the pizza night event with pizza and soft drinks provided.
The monthly recycle pickup will be conducted Thursday with residents asked to leave items at curbside by noon. Volunteers will pick up items between noon and 4 p.m. Plastic and cans can be combined, but paper and plastic should not be mixed.
Paper should be bundled in paper bags or cardboard. No glass or Styrofoam is accepted.
The Weirton Neighborhood Group of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Sewing Guild met at the First Christian Church on Main Street with Carol Village, leader, presiding.
There were seven members in attendance.
Susan Maze made announcements from chapter President Debra Thompson, and members reviewed the Pin Point newsletter. The spring anniversary event is May 12 in Pittsburgh, and the chapter is planning a trip to the Lancaster quilt show in August.
During the show-and-tell segment, members displayed aprons they made after receiving instruction during Nancy Linn's March program. Middy Fresse, Nancy Sanders, Maze and Village participated.
Also shown was a child's quilt made by Kay Nixon and her quilting group, who make quilts for ill and terminally ill children throughout the country. This quilt is going to a 4-year-old girl in Florida and features cross-stitch panels of young dancers. Each quilt is specially designed to meet each child's request.
Maze also displayed a silk scarf she made for her daughter.
Ila Shane presented a program on applique quilt blocks, with a design featuring a heart inside a square. Multiple blocks can be made into a quilt.
Maze will present next month's program.
Shane was awarded the door prize.
The group's next meeting is May 1.
Anyone wanting to attend a meeting or join the group can contact Village at (304) 748-8573 or Maze at (304) 723-2038.