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  St. Augustine Society Announces New Job Training Program For Our Youth  
  May 14, 2015 Edition  
     St. Augustine Society, a lay ministry outreach of Catholic parishioners in the Youngstown area, is pleased to announce the launching of Café Augustine, a jobs-readiness program to be located in the Newport Branch of the Mahoning County Library.
      This Café brings young adults, ages 18-24, who are disconnected from the working world to learn life-long skills to obtain and rise through the ranks of gainful employment. Along with life-long skills, students will learn self-discipline, how to manage and set goals and most of all to believe in themselves and their abilities.
      The public will be invited to meet, eat, and inspire Café Augustine students who will learn to operate a working lunch spot. After succeeding in this teaching workplace, students are then ready to be hired by commercial and institutional food service providers, or they may be inspired to seek further academic/tech...Read More >>
  30th Relay For Life At Boardman Stadium  
  Opens Fri., May 15 At 6:00 p.m.:   May 14, 2015 Edition  
     The American Cancer Society will hold its annual Relay For Life event at Boardman Stadium at Center Middle School beginning on Fri., May 15 at 6:00 p.m. and ending on Sat., May 16 at 6:00 p.m. Theme this year is 1985: 30 Years Strong in celebration of the start of Relay For Life.
      “We have several fantastic teams this year and we hope to raise over $175,000,” said event chair Chary Hively.
      Relay For Life is a 24-hour event that brings together teams from local businesses, schools, churches and families for fun, food, music, entertainment and a night under the stars, while team members take turns walking or running on a track.
      The Relay For Life begins with a Can cer Survivors Lap and a reception to celebrate life. The funds raised from this event will support the American Cancer Society’s mission of saving lives from cancer and creating...Read More >>
  Jolene Moschella Ross Makes An Appeal For Her Sister  
  Special Vehicle Would Allow Christine To Take Part In Life With Her Family:   May 7, 2015 Edition  
     Former Boardman High School and Youngstown State University basketball star, Christine
      Moschella Terlesky, who served as a teacher and a basketball and golf coach at Boardman
      following her graduation from college, has been battling Lou Gehrig’s Disease for more than a year. The crippling disease has left her largely dependent on her family and friends for most of what many take for granted. Last year thousands of people turned-out at a fundraiser for Christine that was held at Boardman High School. Funds from the event, more than $100,000 were used to make improvements to the Terlesky home in Boardman to help Christine battle her disease. Now, her youngest sister, Jolene, has begun a fund-raising drive to help Christine remain mobile. Jolene has made the following appeal through the web site, Go Fund Me, to raise funds to purchase a handicapped-equipped vehicle for her sister.
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