WHS Class of 1964 continues plans
The Wintersville High School Class of 1964 reunion committee met June 27 with six members present to work on the souvenir booklet under the direction of Janet Terpenning Sharp and Sandi Thorn Rue.
Another meeting to finish the booklet has been set for Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. at the Stratton Municipal Building library. The meeting also will involve discussion regarding door prizes and finalizing other plans, including the menu.
All class members are invited to attend the meeting in preparation for the 50-year class reunion to be held Aug. 16 at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville. There are 114 reservations so far, and class members can still RSVP until Aug. 1.
Questions can be directed to Lola Dornbusch Swanagan at (740) 537-4977.
Local teen competing in pageant
Shayla Garman, 14, daughter of Lisa Allender of Mingo Junction, has been chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Ohio Pageant being held today at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus. The pageant is held for girls age 13-15.
The newly crowned Miss Junior Teen Ohio will receive a $1,000 cash award, the official crown and banner, a bouquet of roses and air transportation to compete in the national pageant at Disneyland in California. She has the opportunity to represent Ohio for the entire year, tour Hollywood and receive a modeling scholarship.
National American Miss encourages future leaders and awards thousands in scholarships and prizes "to recognize and assist in the development of young ladies nationwide," according to a news release.
Garman, who will be a sophomore this fall at Indian Creek High School, lists her activities as the marching band and Key Club with interests in photography, writing and listening to music.
Beta Delta Master Sorority meets
The Beta Delta Master Sorority of Beta Sigma Phi, an international women's social, cultural and service organization, met at the home of Linda Cole on July 15.
All members were present.
Kathy McKenna collected pop can tabs from members for Cleveland Children's Rainbow Hospital.
Arrangements for the group's Octoberfest for members and guests will be finalized at the August and September meetings.
Cole gave a cultural program on "Using the Software Stompers" to create CD/DVD labels to create Jewel Case information.
Crew House open for summer series
The Crew House Museum on Main Street, Richmond, and operated by the Richmond Community Historical Society will continue its summer open house series from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
Visitors can tour the facility that features a variety of Richmond memorabilia and check out the Jefferson Union High School room of school items, including yearbooks, uniforms and trophies.
There will be Richmond crocks and mugs on sale in addition to Richmond history books and T-shirts bearing the logo "In Richmond, We Remember."
The open houses will continue on the second and fourth Sundays in August also, according to Phil Judy, president of the historical society.
For information, call (740) 765-4534.