SCHOOL OFFERS WALKING PROGRAM: Bristol Local Schools are offering a walking program from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, when residents can walk indoors in the elementary school portion of the building.
GROUP TO MEET: Howland Little Tiger Football and Cheerleading organization will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Perkins' Family Restaurant, state Route 46, Niles.
PHOTOGRAPHER TO ADDRESS CLUB: Award winning photographer Shelly Katz will be the speaker for the noon Wednesday meeting of the Rotary Club of Warren at Enzo's Restaurant, Elm Road, Warren. The meeting is open to non-Rotarians.
Katz has worked in the world of editorial photography on assignments for such publications as Time, People, Life and Sports Illustrated and for commercial accounts including Apple Computer, AT&T and IBM. He has photographed and coordinated electronic transmissions of many major news stories such as presidential debates and NASCAR races.
Since his retirement, Katz has been working with the photographic files in the U.S. Library of Congress to restore select images from the period of 1860 to 1915.
POLICE ACADEMY TAKES APPLICATIONS: Applications are still be accepted for the Warren Police Department's Citizen's Police Awareness Academy Training. The next class is scheduled to start in February.
Residents can obtain an application from the City of Warren's website, www.warren.org., or by stopping from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Warren Police Department Records Dept., 141 South St.
Training classes covers community safety initiative for anyone interested in starting or who is currently a part of a neighborhood watch, and it strengthens community relations with area law enforcement.
Call Geoff Fusco at 330-841-2595 or email email@example.com for more information.