LaBrae to host Cruisin’ with the Vikings event
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ANNUAL CAR SHOW: The 27th annual Cruisin’ with the Vikings Car Show will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Bascom School parking lot, 1015 N. Leavitt Road, Leavittsburg. The event will include a parade at 1 p.m., food, activities and cars. Proceeds from the event raises money for LaBrae sixth-grade camp.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES: The Emmanuel Community Care Center, 2 N. State St., Girard, will distribute school supplies to children in grades kindergarten through 12 whose families are registered at the center, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday. The center is in need of school supplies that can be brought to the center. To register, call 330-545-4301.
WILDLIFE PROGRAM: “Endangered to Recovered,” a program on the bald eagle, will be 8 p.m. today at the Mosquito Lake State Park amphitheater in Bazetta. The park naturalist will have mounts of a bald eagle, osprey, bobcat and river otter.
SEEKING PHOTOS: The Trumbull County Historical Society and the Sutliff Museum are seeking historic photographs of Warren to include in “Warren: Then and Now,” a joint exhibit that will open this fall during Warren Homecoming weekend. The exhibit is part of a larger grant that the two organizations received through the Raymond John Wean Foundation’s Neighborhood SUCCESS program and will open in the Shortcut Gallery in downtown Warren. The exhibit will pair 25 historic photographs of Warren with a photograph of that view today. All of the photographs will be chosen through resident submissions. An internal review committee will then select the top 25 for inclusion in the exhibit. To submit a photo, email the photograph, the date of the photograph (if known) and a one-sentence description to Meghan@trumbullcountyhistory.org. The deadline to submit is Aug. 24.
FARM BUREAU CONFERENCE: The Northeast Counties Farm Bureau’s Farm, Business, Land and Homeowner Conference is on Aug. 17 at the Grand Valley High School Auditeria, 111 Grand Valley Ave., Orwell. Register by calling 440-426-2195 or online at www.nefbconf18.eventbrite.com.
Sessions will include “Why do we do what we do: A look into our goals and mission as farmers and business owners”; “Timber Marketing and Property Tax Options”; and “Growing Forward: Young Farmers.”
Cost is $10 per person for Farm Bureau members, and $75 per person for non-members, which includes a one-year membership to Farm Bureau.
Free soil sample kits will be provided for attendees. Registration starts at 8 a.m. the day of the event for workshops 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For information, contact the Farm Bureau office, or Mandy, at 440-426-2195.
HACK IT: The OH!WOW Center in Youngstown will hold “Hack It” noon to 2 p.m. Sunday at the center for children ages 9 and older to explore circuitry and robots. Call 330-744-5914.