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Yada Yada #91

March 16, 2014

YADA YADA #91 3/16/14 CALENDAR
March 27, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Social
Dinner at 4 pm at Antones, Belmont Ave.
March 23, Sunday, Liberty Fire Department Annual
Pancake Breakfast, at WS Guy School from 8 am
to 2 pm. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Only $5 this year.
March 24, Monday, Board of Education Meeting, 5:30 pm
at H S.
April 4, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Meeting, 10
am, Admin. Bldg. refreshments at 9:30.
April 10, Thursday, Liberty Business
Association Meeting at Community Room, Liberty
Library, at 6 pm.
April 14, Monday. LSPTA Meeting call or check web site for
time and details.
April 12, Saturday, Township Easter Egg Hunt at the
Administration Building at 10 am. Bring your camera
and of course the kids.
April 17, Thursday, Liberty Branch Library Open House,
This is National Library Week
April 17, Thursday, Friends of Liberty Library
Membership Drive at the Library.
May 11, Saturday, Trumbull Senior Production Company
Annual Show. Seniors dancing, singing and skits.
Evening Show Saturday May 10 at 7 pm and matinee,
Sunday May 11 at 2 pm both at Champion High School.
Rte 45, Champion. Sunday, May 11 is Mother’s Day. It
would make a great opportunity to take your mothers
and fathers to the show and then take them out to dinner
after. Think about it. You will love the show and be
amazed by these seniors.
May 16 & 17, Liberty Relay For Life, Friday and Saturday,
May 16, 6 pm & 17. Churchill Park. Activities, tents, food and fun for all.

September 12, Friday, Historical Society Annual Dinner
at St. Mark’s Church, Loganway. Mark your calendars for
this one as it usually was always held on Saturday but the only date available this year was a Friday.

LIBERTY LOCAL SCHOOLS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Freshman: Jala Beasly-Williams
Sophomore: Amy Mikulich
Junior: Hunter Thomas
Senior: Asim Pleas
Leopard Of The Month
Logan Hunkus

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Liberty Library Book Sale

October 3, 2013

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.

Columbiana Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac

September 21, 2013

Columbiana Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac

This dealership has been the best that I have ever used. There is no pressure to buy. I shop their web site found the car I wanted, and then contacted their contact person. I told them where I had to be on price and they worked with me.

I had worked with the following employee’s at Columbiana Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac. First I worked with Steve Tirabassi the internet rep., he forward me to Mark Williams the Sales Professional and he was that. Then I met the General Manager Nick DiNunzio ne was very pleasant to talk to do earth type guy.
By the way I got a 2008 Blazer the color per my neighbor Larry SAID; Bing Cherry, the dealer calls it dark Cherry!!!!! THANK YOU Columbiana Chevrolet-Buick-Cadillac
You are the first company that I ever recommend to our people!!!
I have set up
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FREE Eating Healthy Living

June 27, 2013

Apply by July 1st!!!!

Healthy Eating, Healthy Living

with Vel Scott

July 3rd – August 7th

Wednesdays, 11:30am to 2:30pm

Jewish Community Center

505 Gypsy Lane, Youngstown, OH 44504

This six-week free class is hands-on cooking with Vel Scott, making the meals we love to eat in a healthier style and learning how to creatively add more vegetables and good grains to our plates. Participants will take home a tool kit (blender, cutting board, knife, steel and apron). There will be enough food to take home and share with your families after each class. Registration/application is required.

email: pandp@growyoungstown.org call: (330) 286-0688

Beattitude House

Urban Community Victory Garden

Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority

Healthy Living, Healthy Eating is made possible by Second Harvest Food Bank, the Thomases Family Endowment and the Rotary Club of Youngstown.

Vel Scott

Learn More

Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership 147 W. Market St. – Warren, OH 44481 – sheila@tnpwarren.orghttp://www.tnpwarren.org

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The Latest News

December 5, 2012

SPECIAL EDITION
I have been overwhelmed with work lately therefore I have not gotten off any YADAs. Hopefully I will catch up soon. In the meantime this is a time sensitive edition to inform you of the following:

On Friday, December 7, 2012, WeatherTite Windows will host the 7th Annual Christmas Party for the Rich Center for Autism and including this year The Potential Development Program.

This yearly event is held to honor the faculty, students and their families as well as bring awareness about these two great schools.

The event will be held from noon until 2:00 P.M. at Willow Creek Banquet Hall, 1135 Churchill Road in Girard, Ohio.

There will be great food, entertainment and gifts for all students and staff.  Giant Teddy Bears will be provided by D. A. Van Dam & Associates for all of the kids.

 

Both facilities� missions are to improve the life of individuals with autism and their families through the creation, use and enhancement of innovative educational programs specifically designed to assure the attainment of a life of dignity and to enhance the individuals� opportunities to achieve their full potentials.  The Rich Center serves as a conduit between the segments of the community concerned with autism�the Y.S.U. University, educators and human service professionals, while Potential Development  is committed to �Overcoming obstacles, building dreams and inspiring excellence and touching hearts of children since 1953�.

 

WeatherTite would like to invite all local media to come and join in the festivities at The Christmas Party in honor of these great kids, their families and their teachers.   We welcome you to come out, talk to the teachers and see for yourself what a tremendous contribution the Autistic Schools are making in our community.  News, video and radio are welcome and would be greatly appreciated to show the public what a wonderful group of kids we will be entertaining for the afternoon. 

 

For more information, please contact Merv or Marlene Hollander at

330-759-2226.

 

This is another one of the many charities that Merv and Marlene support in our community. Please spread the word and if you are or know of anyone in the media who could help tell this story, please do so.

Thank you Mr and Mrs Merv for all you do for so many needs

Liberty Twp News

October 11, 2012

The winner of the Liberty Business Association’s 2012 Beautification and Safety Award is Liberty Place. This building is on the corner of Belmont and Trumbull Avenues. It is next to Jimmy’s Italian Specialities, who also own Liberty Place.  There were many improvements made to this property and now it is a great asset to our community. We thank the owners for their faith in our future. The presentation will take place at the next Trustee meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the township building.
Candidates/Issues Night will be Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Liberty High School at 7 pm. Although there are no Liberty openings on the ballet, we have 4 issues that are very important and affect our taxes. Trustee Nudell will be there to explain these. Candidates for state and county offices will be there to explain their positions on those issues that can become very important in the near future such as fracking, landfill, water, sewer, etc. Please attend and participate. Light refreshments will be available and one on one visits with all the candidates will be possible for about an hour. See you there.
Please contact Pat Ungaro, if you have not already done so, to let him know we want a sign like Howland and Girard, provided by ODOT also–or a suitable project in its stead. Liberty deserves no less. If we do not speak up for ourselves, no one else will. This is our community and our home and we want and deserve as much consideration as any other community.Call or send an email to Pat.
Liberty Historical Society news. Will have a BOOK SALE at the New Life Lutheran Church, next to the Adm. Bldg, on RT 304 on Saturday, Oct.27 from 10 AM to 4 PM. There will be books, baked goods, and light refreshments, cider, pop, chips, fun friends and a chance to see friends and neighbors before the winter settles in. The books are many, varied and mostly like new. 25 and 50 cents is usually tops.  The next dinner meeting for the society and friends will be at the new Antone’s (where Rotelli’s used to be) on Thursday, Oct 25 at 4 PM. Come out and visit with us.
BENEFIT. The Friends and Family of Kevin Juillerat are doing a fundraiser on October 21, 2012 at Don Victor’s Mexican Restaurant, Mahoning Ave, Austintown (Across from Greenwood Chevrolet). The Dinner will be between the hours of 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Kevin suffered a massive stroke on August 29, 2012. We are raising money for him and his family to help with the financial burden in the coming months. He is determined to recover from this and his attitude is very positive. We are asking for Chinese auction items, or a monetary donation Anything that you wish to donate would be greatly appreciated. If you would have any questions, please contact 330.534.1961 Tammy Wilcox @ ext. 2631.
The 3rd Annual Liberty Relay for Life HarvestFest Will be at the WS Guy School in the cafeteria on Saturday Oct 20th from 10 am to PM. There will be a Halloween Parade and Trick or Treat for the kids. A fire truck will be there, too.
Liberty Township Trick or Treat Hours are October 31,between 6 pm and 8 pm.

Come and Join

October 1, 2012

We hope you will consider attending EQUITY IN THE VALLEY: A CALL TO ACTION with Keynote Speaker Angela Glover Blackwell. The event will be October 22nd from 6:00m to 8:00pm. To register, please visit http://www.rjweanfdn.orgby Oct. 18.

 

 

From Gloria Lang HOT NEWS

August 3, 2012

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Trustees Meeting 7/9/2012 Adm. Bldg
This meeting was quite uneventful. The usual warrants, one property added to the Nuisance List and one added to the Emergency Secure List.  The retirement of Craig Lee Milliman was acknowledged with thanks and appreciation effective July 2012. Minutes and expenditures were approved. Chief Durkin secured another grant for the FD. Thanks, Mike. Yours truly made a number of comments during the public comment time. There will be no meeting in August. This is the schedule every year. The next meeting will be Monday, Sept. 10, Admin. Bldg, 6:30 pm. Hope to see you there.
Other News:
Neighbor Block Watch Meeting Aug. 4, 12:30 pm at the Admin. Bldg. If you are interested in this subject, just show up. You will be welcome.
This is a BIG ONE!  If you like garage sales or bargains, don’t miss this one.
Third Annual Neighborhood Garage/Yard Sale$$$$$$
The residents of Sampson Drive and Logan Arms Drive come together for a great one. Find just about anything.
Friday, August 3; Saturday August 4, Sunday August 5
No time was given me but usually it is 9 am to ??????
Make it a fun time. Everyone is asked to participate. Bring the family, set up a table-enjoy your neighbors and clean out your place. For more info Ernie 330-979-6719 or Deb 330-759-5114 or Deb at missiondriven77@yahoo.com.
WangDoodle bookmarks Ever hear of them. Well they are very important. They are bookmarks which the members of Friends for Liberty Library make and then sell very cheap at the library. The proceeds from these are used for various projects which make our library better and help many who use it. They’re very simple to make, and if you can string beads and tie knots, then you can make Wangdoodles. We talk and laugh and have a good time – kind of like an old-fashioned quilting bee but with a much simpler task. Nancy (at the library) bought a very nice display stand for us at a garage sale, and it’s increased visibility for prospective customers. If you’d like to get together at the library and make some WangDoodles, please let me know. Want to help a little, call me. Everyone has my number. 
 
Clarification I hope I did not confuse anyone with my last email. I will continue to do my e newsletter. I am not going to write for the paper again.

Abandoned homes in Warren

June 25, 2012

Our Residents watching out for each other

May 14, 2012

To the Residents of Liberty Twp. we are looking to work out our problems, we invite you and your neighbors to work with us. Help us, to help you. Please come here often and post your concerns and help with the neighborhood watch. We have regular meetings the first Saturday of the month at 12:30 PM.

This will be open to all of you the Twp. including the Trustee’s and the police. Thank you, Jim Haynie

Happy blogging!


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