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  Elementary Schools Plan Special Events For Veterans  
  November 2, 2017 Edition  
     Boardman School District’s four elementary schools will be keeping local veterans entertained with special events all set for Friday, Nov. 10, in observance of Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
      Stadium Drive Elementary will host a breakfast at 8:20 a.m. with patriotic music that should run until 9:15 a.m. Stadium has been hosting this event for several years, and anticipates approximately 100 veterans will be in attendance.
      Market Street Elementary students sponsor loved ones who are veterans, and will welcome them to an assembly in the school auditorium at 9:00 a.m. Each veteran will receive a personalized certificate, thanking them for their service to America.
      West Boulevard Elementary will provide lunch for veterans between 11:00 a.m. and noon. Students will dine with the vets, so they can share their personal stories of service, and sacrifice. ...Read More >>
  OPINION  
  Vote Costello, Calhoun For Trustee:   October 19, 2017 Edition  
     When the electorate goes to the polls on Tues., Nov. 7, three candidates will be on the ballot for Boardman Township Trustee, including incumbents Thomas Costello and Brad Calhoun.
      They deserve re-election, and their lone opponent, David Moliterno, is totally and unequivocally unqualified for election.
      Mr. Costello, Mr. Calhoun, along with Trustee Larry Moliterno and Fiscal Officer William Leicht, have formed a strong leadership team and frequently express their desire to do what is in the best interests of the community.
      They have not deviated from that stance.
      For example, despite irrational demands in the collective bargaining process made by the local fire-fighters union, Trustees have pressed ahead with the construction of a new fire station.
      The new station will o...Read More >>
  Anti-Drug Event, Yes Fest, Oct. 20  
  Features Wheelchair Bodybuilding Champion Nick Scott:   October 19, 2017 Edition  
     Boardman High School’s 5th annual Yes Fest will feature wheelchair bodybuilding champion Nick Scott as guest speaker with a “Fearless” message on Fri., Oct. 20. The anti-drug event was created to challenge students to go a step further than just saying “No to Drugs,” but to also say “Yes” to positive influences, especially community service.
      Scott’s story is inspirational, motivational, and compelling especially for teens who struggle with peer pressure and not wanting to be ‘different.’ He talks about how a terrible car accident changed his life as a high school football player, but opened endless possibilities that he’d never imagined.
      The entire high school as well as seventh and eighth graders from Glenwood Junior High will have the opportunity to hear Scott’s empowering message. Following his presentation, high school students will also travel to...Read More >>
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