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Veterans outreach breakfast Feb. 26 to focus on VA Mission Act community care

STEUBENVILLE — The Jefferson County Veterans Service Commission will host its first outreach breakfast of 2020 with this one scheduled for Feb. 26. It will begin at 10 a.m. and continue until noon on the second-floor conference room of the Towers building at 500 Market St., Steubenville. ...

Community news from around the area

ADK Alpha Tau Chapter elects state convention delegates NEW CUMBERLAND — The Alpha Tau chapter (WV) of Alpha Delta Kappa, International Honorary Organization for Women Educators, held its February meeting at Trinity United Methodist Church in New Cumberland. Amanda Fisher, president, ...

Extension offering winter grapevine pruning workshop Feb. 27

STEUBENVILLE — For those interested to learn about winter injury and pruning techniques specifically for grapes, the Ohio State University Extension and Jeff Copeland are partnering to present a hands-on winter grapevine pruning workshop. It will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 27 at ...

Special donation

A handmade solid oak game board for the game Aggravation recently was donated to the Hancock County Senior Center Mixed Nuts Game Day Group by Jeffrey Bennett. Made by Amish Toy Box of Ohio, the game has a unique design that allows for easier handling of game pieces by seniors, a center ...

Jefferson County 4-H Club News

LIBERTY GALS AND GUYS The Liberty Gals and Guys 4-H Club met Feb. 7 at Georges Run United Methodist Church with 18 members attending. President Andrew Wetherell presided at the meeting where members discussed and reviewed the overnighter. Members giving demonstrations were Anna Rivers, ...

Urban Mission launches ‘Health and Hope’ wellness clinic outreach

STEUBENVILLE — Christina Bouchet said she was looking for a way to serve others and discovered a healthy way to do so. The licensed practical nurse is offering her services as part of Urban Mission Ministries’ new “Health and Hope” wellness ministry outreach that kicked off this month. ...

Community news from around the area

Freedom Through Recovery on Wednesdays in Toronto TORONTO — Freedom Through Recovery is a Christ-centered ministry that is designed “to help set you free from life’s hurts, habits, hang-overs, additions and compulsive behaviors.” The ministry is held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on ...

Coalition back in ‘action’

The Women In Action Against Cancer Coalition of Jefferson County has ended its winter hiatus and launched several spring projects, including preparing 50 “Cancer Care” bags delivered Wednesday to the Tony Teramana Cancer Center for distribution to patients. The bags contained a blanket, ...

International dance classes to kick off Thursday

STEUBENVILLE — The Sycamore Youth Center, located at 301 N. Fourth St., will be launching a weekly international dance class this week, welcoming professional instructors to teach not only youth but interested adults as well. “I’m very excited to announce that experienced dance ...

Campus News

Kent State University The 2019 dean’s list at Kent State University included the following students: Molly Arbogast, Courtney Dray and Racquel Ritchie, all of Jewett, and Alivia Frye, Casey Herndon and Ashley Luyster, all of Scio. West Virginia University Karli Celestin of Wintersville ...