Weirton United Methodist
Parish to host Easter Cantata
WEIRTON - Weirton United Methodist Parish will present their Easter Cantata, "It is Finished," at 5 p.m. April 7 at First United Methodist Church located at 3301 West St.
Immediately following the service, a covered-dish dinner will be held. The church will provide the meat, bread and beverages. Call (304) 748-6680.
'Princess Ball' scheduled
STEUBENVILLE - The Sojourner Truth Federated Club will hold "A Princess Ball" father-daughter dance from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. April 20 at Froehlich's Classic Corner located at 501 Washington St. The event will feature a princess-inspired dinner, dancing, flowers, father-daughter pictures and a disc jockey playing child-appropriate music.
Tickets are $35 for a father and his daughter, with a $10 charge for each additional daughter 18 and under. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and surrogate fathers are welcome to attend. For tickets and information, contact Vicki Gilliam at (304) 748-7848, Carol Gregory at (740) 282-3190, Wylene Alexander at (740) 282-9207 or Sandi Rue at (740) 283-2832.
Roast benefits Wounded Warriors
BURGETTSTOWN, Pa. - A chicken roast will be held to benefit the Wounded Warriors of Washington County from noon to 5 p.m. April 27 at the Knights of Columbus Pavilion located on Smith Township State Road, state Route 18, across from Hill Memorial Stadium's main entrance.
The cost is $12 per dinner, which includes one-half chicken, baked potato, salad, roll and dessert. A cash bar will be available. The event will include a 50/50 drawing and Chinese auction. Tickets must be purchased by April 20. They may be purchased from any of the following sponsors: Atlasburg Veterans of Foreign Wars, Burgettstown American Legion, Burgettstown Sons of the Legion, Burgettstown Veterans of Foreign Wars, Slovan Veterans of Foreign Wars, Burgettstown Knights of Columbus and the American Legion Riders.
WEIRTON - The Steubenville-Weirton Amateur Radio Club, in cooperation with the Mary H. Weir Library, recently completed a series of classes for those wanting to take the FCC Amateur Radio License examination.
Accredited volunteer examiners administered the exam Saturday, and seven candidates passed the Technician Class exam, one passed the General Class exam and one passed the Extra Class exam.
There are now more licensed amateur radio operators in the United States than at any time in the past. Amateur radio operators, commonly called "hams," use their radio equipment to talk all over the world. Besides being a hobby, many hams volunteer their time, skills and equipment to assist with communications during times of emergency.
Anyone who is interested in learning more about amateur radio or getting licensed may call Lester Shields at (304) 723-1743.
Bethany Women meet
BETHANY - The Bethany Woman's Club, a General Federation of Women's Clubs of West Virginia member club, met March 18 at Bethany Memorial Church, with President Helen Moren presiding.
Judy Pyle led devotions. Secretary Beverly Chambers and Treasurer Judy Pyle gave their reports.
Charlotte Chambers reported on a coffee hour held March 17 honoring Ruth Tye on her 94th birthday and dedication of the window at Bethany Church.
Members are collecting items for Camp Kno Koma and healthy snack items for Boatsie's Boxes. Both items are due by the April meeting.
Members made Easter favors for Valley Haven and Ann's Country Retreat.
Federation Week will be celebrated with a coffee hour April 21 at Bethany Church. A soup and sandwich lunch will be held May 5.
Moren spoke on a luncheon held by the Brooke County Health Department that dealt with prevention of diabetes and chronic disease.
The Northern District Spring Workshop will be held April 25 in New Cumberland.
ahead to summer
WEIRTON - The Mary H. Weir Public Library's summer reading program will have the theme "Dig Into Reading," and feature activities centering around archeological digs, urban art and geodes.
Registration begins June 1. Space is limited.
For information, contact Lovie Zago at email@example.com.
to dean's list
WAYNESBURG, Pa. - Amber M. Atkins has been named to Waynesburg University's fall term 2012 dean's list.
Atkins, a Burgettstown High School graduate, is a senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in science.