Vietnam Vets group plans event
The Vietnam Veterans Support Group Chapter One, Steubenville, will conduct a community service project and fundraising event at the Steubenville Wal-Mart on Saturday.
Members will be at the Wal-Mart entrances Saturday to collect worn-out American flags for destruction at a future ceremony; to distribute information on veterans' benefits; and to ask the public for donations to help support the group's mission of service to the community and fellow wartime veterans, according to a news release.
All funds collected are spent locally, it noted.
The group, founded in Steubenville in 1988, is open to all wartime veterans from the community.
Centennial anniversary being marked
The presence of Christian Science services for 100 years in Steubenville is being celebrated with special activities in place to mark the centennial milestone. Observances by the congregation of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Steubenville, 600 Lovers Lane, Steubenville, are under way, open to the public, and include:
McElroy, who lectures in both English and French, earned a university degree in philosophy and "now loves meeting new people and sharing fresh, inspiring ideas leading to a better understanding of God," according to promotional material.
Wells Township seniors meet Friday
The Wells Township Senior Citizens meeting will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday at the Wells Township Community Center.
Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served for lunch, and participants are asked to bring a covered dish. The event also will feature door prizes, a 50-50 drawing and fellowship.
Presentation set in Mount Pleasant
Charles B. Lamb, a Friend from Ireland, will share "the findings of his effort to get the truth behind the editing of George Fox's writings" during a presentation at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the old Quaker Meeting House in Mount Pleasant.
It is free and open to the public. George Fox was a leader in a 17th-century Christian awakening from which came the Quaker movement, now known as the Society of Friends or the Friends Church.
Four Seasons welcome new member
The Four Seasons Senior Citizens met June 18 at the Serbian American Cultural Center with President Norma Yoho presiding and welcoming new member Carol Zagula.
After dinner, members were entertained by singer John Bigler.
A report was given on get-well cards that had been sent. Chuck Rupani won the free dinner. Carmella Pulice and Bev DiBaise won the 50/50 drawing. Other prize winners were Jasper Wamsley, Barb Cerra, Jim Orler, Jane Barney and Ron Fallert.
The next meeting will be held July 16. The menu will feature a picnic buffet of hamburgers, hot dogs, creamy potato salad, American cole slaw, baked beans, pickled beets and dessert. Members will be charged half price for the meal.
After dinner, members played cards and bingo.