Slice of Valley fundraiser set

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SLICE OF THE VALLEY: Slice of the Valley, Warren Rotary Club’s annual Valley Pizza Challenge, will be held 4 to 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at the MetroPlex Expo Center, 1620 Motor Inn Drive, Liberty. The fundraiser includes auctions and entertainment by Bo Wagner performing as Frank Sinatra.

Proceeds benefit local charities. For information, visit www.SliceOfTheValley.com or call 800-323-3547

FAMILY GAME NIGHT: McKinley Memorial Library is hosting a Family Game night 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28 at the McKinley Birthplace Home. The evening will feature a variety of games provided by Crystal Dragon Games and Hobbies. No registration is required.

NIGHT WITH PHANTOMS: The Downs Syndrome Association of the Valley will hold a night with the Youngstown Phantom Hockey team 7 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are needed but those with Down syndrome will be admitted free. Two people with Down syndrome will win a ride on the Zamboni as it cleans the Covelli Centre ice.

Half the proceeds from the game will benefit the association. For information, visit www.dsav.org

NIGHT AT RACES: FIRST Robotics Team of Girard will hold a Night at the Races and basket auction 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Knights of Columbus Hall, Main Street, Girard. First race is 7 p.m.

Proceeds will benefit the robotics team and the Girard Junior High School and Intermediate School Lego league teams.

Admission is free and food will be served.

Robotics competitions this year will include Wright State in Dayton March 1 to 3 and the Wolstein Center in Cleveland March 29 and 30.

FOUNDATION HELPS: Applications for person wishing to be considered as a recipient of the ECHO Charitable Foundation are available through the Community Foundation at 7 W. State Street in Sharon, Pa.

The ECHO (Every Class Helping Others) Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization established in 2009 by the Brookfield High alumni. Members of the class of 1971 formed the group to help two classmates who were affected by serious illnesses. To date, the Echo Foundation has helped more than 30 families of Brookfield alumni. The foundation now has representatives from the classes of 1966 to 2007.

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