CANNED FOOD COLLECTION: The Newton Falls High School Career Intervention Program, in cooperation with the Newton Falls Police Department and the Newton Falls Church Mouse, has its fourth annual collection of canned food until November 13. – period class.
Donations from non-students are accepted at the high school and college offices.
In addition to donations to local pantries, half of the donations will be used for the NFHS internal pantry. The items will be used to feed more than 300 families during the holiday season.
RIBBON CUTTING: ONE Health Ohio and RISE Recovery will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. today to celebrate the new Baby on Board service line that offers specialist maternal mental health and maternal addiction counseling. The event will take place at the Lloyd McCoy Community Center, 1977 Niles Road SE, Warren.
WOMEN’S CLUB LUNCH: The next Trumbull County Republican Women’s Club Luncheon is Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the Racecourse Banquet Center in Warren. The speaker will be Mary Beth Kemmer, president of the Ohio Republican Women’s Federation.
Membership in the Trumbull County Republican Women’s Club can be obtained by contacting Membership President Barbara Rosier-Tryon at 330-550-1215.
• To reach the 24 hour Crisis Intervention and Referral Service in Trumbull County, call Help Network at 330-393-1565 or 211.
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