Delegates to share Girls State info
The Dillonvale American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 529 will meet at the Legion Hall on Liberty Street, Dillonvale, at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Lunch will be served by hostesses Mariann Ebright, Linda Strizak, Ann and Jeannette Torok and Mary Ulczynski.
Chainey Boroski, Miranda Buck and Halli Richards, Girls' State delegates sponsored by the unit, will share their experiences and memorabilia from the week-long Buckeye Girls' State convention.
The regular monthly meeting will follow, with dues for 2013-14 to be accepted and plans for the coming months discussed. New members are welcome. For information, call (740) 769-7773.
Menopause to be topic
at Healthy Life Workshop
Dr. Nila Sayat, certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, will lead a discussion and slide presentation on menopause at the monthly Healthy Life Workshop scheduled for Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Harrison Community Hospital.
Menopause, or the "change of life," is different for each woman. It is not a disease that needs to be treated, but women might need help if symptoms are bothersome. Because of changing hormonal levels, symptoms can last for years.
Some common complaints of menopause include, but are not limited to, hot flashes, trouble sleeping, mood changes and weight gain. These and other changes will be discussed. Additional related topics relevant to women of all ages include menstrual changes, perimenopause and osteoporosis.
Sayat graduated cum laude from medical school and has been affiliated with Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center in Cambridge for 39 years, serving for a time as its chief of medical staff. She also is on staff at Harrison Community Hospital and Barnesville Hospital. She has spoken at schools, women's organizations, senior centers and other community organizations.
The monthly Healthy Life Workshops are open to the public. The free educational sessions are held the first Thursday of each month and feature physicians, dieticians and other health care professionals covering a variety of topics, including diet and nutrition, exercise and flexibility, women's health issues and other health topics.
Light refreshments are served. Reservations are not necessary.
Toronto Sunrise Seniors electing new officers
The Sunrise Seniors of Toronto met Sept. 13 with President Susan Kulstad presiding and welcoming new members Jack and Sandy Lesnick.
Peg Nordenger gave the blessing for the pizza and salad party.
Dorothy Pavelka, Mike Timko and Susan Conaway gave reports.
Election of new officers was to be held at the Sept. 27 meeting with Nordenger added to the nominating committee.
John Bodrog will continue being in charge of the Washington, D.C., trip after the election. Anyone interested in the May 2-5 excursion can contact Bodrog at (740) 537-1611 to make reservations. The trip may be able to accommodate some non-members.
Flu shots will be given at the Roosevelt Center from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Oct. 9 by Toronto Apothecary.
The 50/50 winners were Sherry Sine and Janet Morrow. Door prize winners were Kenny Mossor and Paul Pavelka. Bingo winners were Jim Wilson, Dorothy Pavelka, Helen Lindsay, Madge DeJulio, Rose Gibson, Beth Clark, Kitty Roth, Sherry Sine, Mike Timko, Nancy Bodrog, Brenda Cottrell, Bill Kulstad, Peg Nordenger, Jo Andrews, Marlene Garrett, Janet Blaschak and Fred Pernick. Card winners were Donna Twyford and Kitty Roth.
Community fundraiser to
benefit T.E.A.R. fund
The high school boys and girls soccer teams from Indian Creek, Steubenville, Steubenville Catholic Central and Edison are encouraging their fans to eat at Bob Evans in Steubenville today through Saturday to support a community fundraiser for Trinity's T.E.A.R. Fund.
The restaurant's fundraiser will be held daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday to coincide with the Together for a Cure soccer benefit at Harding Stadium on Saturday.
The T.E.A.R. fund is an acronym for Trinity Emergency Assistance Relief fund, which will receive 15 percent of sales when patrons present a special flyer at the time of checkout. Flyers are available through each of the school's soccer teams.
Tri-State Marine Corps
Club Auxiliary meets
The Tri-State Marine Corps Club Auxiliary met Sept. 9 at the Serbian American Cultural Center in Weirton with President Joan Spano presiding and Marcy Spano reading devotions, "252 Prayerful Moments."
Chaplain Mary Ann Smith gave the invocation, and Peg Dawson led in opening ceremonies.
Recording Secretary Carol Lyons read a thank-you from the West Virginia Veterans Home in Barboursville for 12 birthdays cards sent to the residents.
Reports were given by Treasurer Maxine Ragan and Shirley Brecht, sunshine report. Several get-well cards were sent.
At a Sept. 7 dinner, members gave door prizes to Gabe Arlia and LaVonne Balint and gifts to adopted veteran Danny Lyons.
Joan Spano distributed information on Boatsie's Boxes' Operation Christmas Stockings. The gifts are distributed to deployed troops, and any area resident who would like to fill a stocking or make a donation of items or funds toward the program is welcome to do so. Those filling stockings are asked to include their names and addresses so they can be contacted by the military member who receives their stocking.
Darlene Kemp won the 50/50 drawing.
Mary Arlia and Smith served refreshments. Ragan and Balint will serve in October.
The next meeting is 6:30 p.m. Oct. 14.
Smithfield Legion auxiliary
hosting dances this week
The Smithfield American Legion Post 396 Auxiliary will be hosting two upcoming dances, including one at the post home on Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight featuring disc jockey Iceman from the Canton/Akron are.
The event will include drawings and a 50-50 drawing. There is free food with admission.
The other dance is a benefit with all proceeds to benefit a cancer survivor. It will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday at the Vultures Club in Cadiz. Admission is $5 and includes free food
It also will feature music by dis jockey Iceman.
Commission to meet
The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Veterans Service Commission will be held at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the 500 Market St., Steubenville.
All veterans or interested parties are welcome to attend.
Floral show Saturday to
benefit Relay for Life team
The Relay For Life team, Queen Mother's Army, will hold its Sixth Annual Floral Design show from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes McCashin Hall.
Admission is $13, with free gifts going to the first 100 guests. There will be floral designs from Jackie's Florist owned by Della Serevicz, a Chinese auction and 50-50 drawing.
For tickets, call (724) 947-2160 or (724) 524-0100.
Dinner set for Oct. 13
at Jewett fire department
A ham loaf and baked steak dinner will be held at the Jewett Volunteer Fire Department from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 13.
The menu also includes vegetables, salad, bread, dessert and beverage.
Cost is $8 for adults and $4 for children.