Leopards vs Newton Falls Friday Oct. 18 Home 7:00 PM
Autumn Fest Saturday, Oct. 19 Guy Middle School for
Relay For Life 9 AM to 2 PM, Commons, HALLOWEEN PARADE
Something New. the Rodef Sholom Temple at 119 Elm St, Youngstown is hosting the Youngstown Symphony for a FREE Concert open to all at 3:00 PM on Sunday. This is a beautiful temple. If you have never been there, you should go and enjoy the building itself. Everyone knows what a great Symphony we have. All are Welcome. Enjoy!
We have an election coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 5th. PLEASE EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. This right was purchased at a very dear price. There are 3 running for 2 trustee offices and 3 running as “write in” candidates for the Board of Education. You can vote “write in” on absentee ballots also. I am one of those “write in” candidates and would appreciate your consideration and vote. If you do not know how to vote write in–your poling person can help you. There is also a levy for the road department on the ballot.
As you drive around our seemingly quiet community, there are many of our citizens working very hard to make our community a nice, safe place to call home. We owe much to them. Here are a few examples.
Our students are doing their part. Our LHS Wrestling teams worked very hard before school started to make our school campus look clean and landscaped and ready for the students’ school year. The wrestlers, under the direction of their Coach Hadi Hadi and assistant coaches came out In 90 deg. heat and worked several days to clean and spread mulch. Drive by our campus and see what a great job they did. It is important that our students be proud of their schools. This is the 2nd year these athletes have done this. On behalf of the community, I say THANK YOU. Carvell Austin, Zachary Buck, Ray Clark, Arwan Clinkscale, Alec Coman, Justin Dripps, John Falibota, Ryan Hixon, Jeremy Honthy, David Hunt, John Kloos, Austin McClintock, John Pappa, Nate Sop, John Spivey, Devan Treharn, Morgan Weinreber, James Zimbardi. I apologize if I missed any names. I thank them all.
2011-2012 Liberty Wrestling
!!!2012 Eastern Ohio Wrestling League Champions!!!
The Liberty Business Association announced the 2013 Winner of their Annual Beautification & Safety Award for business. The winner is Dr. Heyman’s office on Goldie Road. The Doctor put in much effort and money in remodeling his office and landscaping his property. It really is an asset to our community. He will receive the award at the Township Trustee meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 1:00 PM. Congratulations, Dr. Heyman!!!
Archive for October, 2013
Leopards vs Newton Falls Friday Oct. 18 Home 7:00 PM
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October 18, 19, 25 and 26
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The Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County invites everyone to come listen to spirited tales of days gone by, during the annual Ghost Walk. The one-mile historic walking tour begins each night at 6 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 256 Mahoning Ave., N.W. Guided tours will leave every 10minutes from the church parking lot and will include eight stops where actors will portray the restless spirits of people who once lived in Trumbull County. The last tour departs the church parking lot at 9 p.m. This year’s Ghost Walk promises new stories for the regulars. Newcomers will marvel as they stroll through the city’s historic district and listen to the mysterious and tragic stories of people who lived and died in Trumbull County.
YADA YADA #73 10/4/13 EVENTS
FLAG POLE DEDICATION LIBERTY TOWNSHIP
Date: October 7, 2013 Time: 1:30 p.m.
Place: Parking at Fortune Garden Parking Lot
Liberty Township Trustees and Trumbull 100 announce a dedication by the American Veterans to our new flag and new signage at Interstate 80 and Belmont Avenue.
This project was totally funded with private donors and businesses.
Please try to attend this very memorable event:
Please join Liberty Township for the Flag Pole dedication on October 7th at I-80 and Belmont Avenue in Liberty Township. Jan Brown, Commander of AMVETS, Post 44 will dedicate the US Flag. We hope to see you at this very exciting event. Don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions
DATE: October 7, 2013 TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Township Administration Building
Liberty Township Board of Trustees are presenting a power point presentation explaining the necessity for the upcoming Road Levy.
Township Residents are encouraged to attend.
Dear Friends of Liberty & Liberty residents
Just a reminder that we have two big events this Saturday – our gigantic, blowout bargain basement book sale @ 10-4 in the Community Room – There have been a plethora of plethora’s of donations recently, and there was no place to put all those books! Hiba Ismael and Pat Vlock, our amazing volunteers who are now running the book sale, suggested that we have a big, one-day sale, so we are! We hope you’ll drop in and pick up some books on Saturday – or any other day the library is open, for that matter! We have shelves and shelves of hardback and paperback fiction, poetry and short story anthologies, non-fiction including history, science, technology, health, parenting, relationships, government, cooking and nutrition (lots of cookbooks), reference, religion and philosophy – just about anything you could want. We also have children’s books and magazines for only 10 cents each. We have movies, television series, and instructional videos on VHS and DVD, books on tape and CD, and music on CD. The list goes on and on. So please come, bring a friend, and help us clear our shelves! All proceeds go to help pay for library programming and refreshments and to purchase permanent items for the library.
The library is hosting a Touch a Truck event in the parking lot at 1-3 pm. There will be all kinds of vehicles for the children to explore, and the Friends are serving apple cider and popcorn. We are very fortunate that Rental Corral on Gypsy Lane donated the use of their popcorn popper for this event. This is a great event for kids of all ages, so I hope you’ll tell your friends and family about it and help us have a good turnout.
Happy fall to all of you! Have you noticed that the leaves are starting to turn? It’s such a beautiful time of year.
Becky Marx, president, Friends of Liberty Library.
Please support our library. It is such an important part of our community. This Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013.