ORCHID: To U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Mona K. Majzoub for ordering the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp. to turn over documents that Delphi salaried retirees have been seeking to help their attempt to have their retirement benefits restored.
ONION: To representatives of all of Trumbull County's libraries and library systems who are unable to resolve a funding dispute without costly, needless legal maneuvers.
ORCHID: To Weathersfield trustees and the Trumbull County Engineer's Office for a plan to convert the township's fleet to vehicles powered by natural gas.
ORCHID: To Howland trustees who are also working with the Engineer's Office on a plan to convert that township's fleet to vehicles powered by natural gas.
ORCHID: To Santa's Bad Elves and other motorcyclists who participated in the seventh annual Santa's Poker Run that raises money for terminally ill children.
ORCHID: To Butler Institute of American Art director Louis Zona and everyone else that played a part in the museum's expansion.
ORCHID: To those at the Howland branch of the Butler Institute of American Art for landing not only the John Mellencamp exhibit but the rock legend himself.
ORCHID: For two separate Girl Scout Silver Award projects completed this week. One was in Howland Township Park and the other at the North Road Nature Preserve. MacKenzie Polakoff of Cortlandcompleted the enclosed Howland Toddler Park. It is located across from Tiger Town at the former basketball courts. The other project was Ariel Takats, a freshman at Howland High School. It included a tree identification activity and tree informational display at the kiosk area of the 142-acre North Road Nature Trail.
ORCHID: To members of the Warren Junior Womens League GFWC Ohio who will be Painting the Town Teal today at the gazebo on Courthouse Square. The intention is to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer Month in September. Members will place ribbons throughout the area.
ORCHID: For the four-person golf scramble and car cruise-in today at the Bronzewood Golf Course in Kinsman. Proceeds benefit the Kinsman Police Department.