Gold Rush Derby slated
BOY SCOUTS TAKE PART AT CAMP: The Whispering Pines District Boy Scouts Klondike Gold Rush Derby will take place Friday to Sunday at the Great Trail Council’s Camp Stambaugh in Canfield, where Boy Scouts from Hubbard and parts of Mahoning County will be at the camp and take part in activities and events with the Klondike Gold Rush theme. The skills learned at the event are to help the Boy Scouts with any of their future Scouting activities. The Boy Scouts will work on first aid, knot tying, fire building, identifying plants and different animals furs, antlers and skulls, and map reading. The Klondike Derby takes place annually for Boy Scouts.
GROUP PLANS TEA: Rescued and Restored will hold a calendar tea and fashion show 6 p.m. Jan. 18 at the Union Bank Building in Warren. Each tablescape highlights a different month of the year. The event will feature assorted teas, tea sandwiches and desserts as well as a fashion show. At the event, local celebrity judges will determine the winning tables. For information or hosting a table, call 330-759-4570.
SEEKING PARTNERSHIPS: The Children’s Rehabilitation Center, 885 Howland Wilson Road NE, is seeking participants for its 2018 partnership drive. Individual, businesses and community support for 60 years enabled the agency’s pursuit of the mission of promoting independence and inspiring children to reach their full potential. The membership drive has been changed to a partnership drive. In 2017, partners helped provide more than 8,000 hours of physical, speech and occupational therapy and over $500,000 in indigent care to those in need. Partnership forms have been mailed, but they are also available at the center. For information call 330-856-2107.
GUARDIAN ANGELS HELP: Volunteers of the Guardian Angels of Trumbull Country organized and distributed gifts to 160 residents at 17 local nursing homes. Many of the residents have no family and received gifts. The gifts were donated by CVS Pharmacies and collected by Home Instead Senior Care as part of the 15th annual ”Be a Santa to a Senior.” The Guardian Angel volunteer program monitors the wards of the court through personal visits. They also reach out in friendship to the elderly and lonely.
• To reach the 24-hour information referral and crisis intervention service in Trumbull County, call Trumbull 211 at 330-393-1565 or 211. Call Trumbull 211 or Help Hotline at 330-747-2696 or 800-427-3606 for more information on service agencies and support groups.
• Someplace Safe — 1540 Tod Ave., Warren, 330-393-3005.
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