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THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2018

Howland Scope Birthday Bash Hubbard Pool’s 14th Summer Sizzler a Huge Success

Newton Falls Community Garage Sale seeks Vendors & Yard Sales

On Tuesday July 17, 2018, June and July birthdays were celebrated with dinner and a birthday cake. Those pictured from left to right: Katherine Kokosko, Dave Beadling, Joyce Merwin, not pictured Bob Cassidy. Contributed Photo.

TRTA Spelling Bee Contestants The Pool Committee wants to thank everyone for making our 14th Summer Sizzler a success. The event was enjoyed by kids of all ages. A special thank you to Belleria, Francesco’s, Gentry, & Pizza Works for the donated food. We thank all the area merchants who donated to

our very successful basket auction/gift cards. Our basket auction included 124 donated gifts. This event would not be a success without the support from the pool committee, pool staff, community business, Hubbard’s residents & the surrounding communities. The 5K was

Clockwise from top left: Mae & Diane Caldwell Perry with ice cream cones; Dillon D. & Jackson & Sara Eicher; Ema Brooks & Zoe Yesh; Pool activity. Contributed Photos.

enjoyed by many runners and walkers. Thank you again for your continued support of the Hubbard Pool. See you next year!

League of Women Voters Installs New Officers The winners and contestants in the primary division of the TRTA Spelling Bee are (above) six first grade contestants in the TRTA Spelling Bee with Alex Heltzel, far right, as the winner; (left) Zoey Gardner was the second grade winner for the TRTA Spelling Bee; (below) Ethan Kimak, far left, holds the trophy for the third grade division of the TRTA Spelling Bee. Photos by Roselyn Gadd.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization which last year participated in Voter Information Day at the Eastwood Mall, published the Voter Information Guide, held candidates forums, sponsored a Public Officials Reception, sponsor the Women's Equality Day in Warren, held a fundraiser partnering with Trumbull County History Committee at TNT, participate in Law and Civic Day in Trumbull County and is a member of Warren City Federation of Women's Club and Trumbull County Women's Club. The League of Women Voters meets monthly on the 4th Monday of each month at various locations in Trumbull County. Membership is open to any woman. Our mission statement is that we; the League of Women Voters of Trumbull County are a nonpartisan political organization, which encourages informed and active participation in government, works to

The Newton Falls Community Wide Garage Sale will be held August 17th-19th, 2018. The Newton Falls Area Commerce Association (NFACA) is assisting with the Newton Falls Community Wide Garage Sale and are currently taking applications for Newton Falls Businesses and Community Members that would like to participate. Cost of registration of a yard sale is $5 and will go to placing advertisement of the event, maps with locations of sales throughout the community and more to help promote the event. Business Registrations have

See Sale on pg. 3

Inside: Classifieds Pictured in first row is Kirsten Burkey, 2nd vice-president, Mary Hoke, 1st vice-president and Peggy Boyd, president. In the second row stands Pam Hallett, treasurer and Sandy Mahaffey, secretary. Contributed Photo.

increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy, Please contact membership chairman for information on becoming a mem-

ber of the League of Women Voters of Trumbull County. Call Kirsten Burkey at 330638-7536. Information can be obtained on our web site at http://www.orgsites.com/ oh/lwvtc. Our telephone number is 330-367-4886.

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