Library hosts kids’ entertainer

DRIP E. FAUCET TO ENTERTAIN KIDS: “Drip E. Faucet:” magician, juggler and plumber will entertain children at 2 p.m. Monday at the community room of the Lordstown administration building next to the Lordstown Library Branch, 1455 Salt Springs Road. Drip E. Faucet will entertain children with feats of magic and high-flying juggling. For all ages. Registration is not required. Call 330-824-2094 for more information.

GARAGE SALE BONANZA: The 15th annual garage sale bonanza coordinated by the Wellness and Total Learning Center of Ashtabula will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 11 and 12 at Saybrook Plaza on Route 20 West in Ashtabula. Fourteen nonprofit organizations are the beneficiaries of the sale. Event organizers are in need of volunteers. Volunteers can be retired seniors or high school students seeking community service hours or any age in between. Anyone volunteering a total of 30 hours or more will be invited to a special volunteer presale. Call 440-319-2248 or 440-428-4927.

BETTY’S ANGELS GOLF OUTING FUNDRAISER: Betty’s Angels will host its annual golf outing fundraiser July 12 at Mahoning Country Club, 710 E. Liberty St., Girard, to support the Children’s Shelter in Howland. Check-in is 8 a.m., with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. until finished. There will be a 50/50 raffle and prizes offered. Volunteers are welcome. Contact Fran Ginter at 330-240-2892 or Barb at 330-398-6164 with questions.

BAND TO PERFORM AT SOCIAL: For almost 30 years, the Cortland Community Band has been providing an annual concert for the benefit of the Cortland-Bazetta Historical Society. This year’s event will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. July 16 at a strawberry social at the Agriculture Center, West Main Street, Cortland. The event will coincide with the free Family Garden Fair, from 5 to 7 p.m. There are gardens and crafts, games and other activities for children. Food is served by the historical society starting at 5 p.m., and the band concert begins at 6 p.m. Servers and helpers needed. Those attending can bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. Call Louise List at 330-638- 6554 to volunteer.

DONATION HELPS FOOD BANK: Armstrong Street Scene Car and Custom hosted a bike show with all proceeds benefitting Second Harvest Food Bank. Those attending donated a nonperishable food item for a free raffle ticket. For other fundraisers to help the food bank, visit or call 330-792-5522.

YOUTH WRITE ABOUT PEACE: Trumbull County English teachers had their students this spring write to the question, “If you could speak to your elected officials face to face, what would you ask them to do to bring peace to our Valley?” The question was part of the upcoming 2014 Peace in the Valley Celebration, which hopes for peace and less violence. More than 30 essays were sent to the English faculty of KSU-Trumbull. The faculty members will judge the entries over the summer and select the top ten for the local peace celebration. Those writers will be notified and will be seated in a special section of the Warren Amphitheater at the Sept. 21 International Peace Celebration. The top three essayists will be called one by one to come forward to read their recommendations to the Valley’s elected officials and to everyone else present. Participants and winners will receive cash awards.