ATTENTION YOUNG HUNTERS: The Hubbard Conservation Club is offering the Ohio Hunter Education Course over three evenings starting today, Tuesday, and concluding Friday with attendance required for each session from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Students must pre-register online at the state's ODNR HUNTER ED TRUMBULL COUNTY website to attend this class at the Hubbard Conservation Club, 1760 Wick Campbell Road, Hubbard 44425 or call 330-501-7650 for more information.
Ohio's Hunter Education program is sponsored by its Department of Natural Resources, and designed for every age and ability. It is instructed by some of the club's experienced and most knowledgeable hunters. They will help young hunters understand where, and when it is legal to go for the game they want.
A certificate is issued which can also be used when traveling to those states that require proof of this training before hunting.
SOS: The Ursuline High School Interact Club, Student Council and Students of Stewardship (S.O.S.) will host A Day of Service on Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Students will report to Ursuline at 9 A.M. for check-in, breakfast and to receive their assignments.
More than 100 students and faculty will participate.
Students will travel to the following work sites: Beatitude House, Casa Madre, the Dorothy Day House, St. Patrick Parish (on Oak Hill Avenue), St. Angela Merici Parish (on the East Side), a Habitat for Humanity home (location to be determined) and the Ursuline Motherhouse. Students will return to Ursuline at approximately 1:45 p.m. for lunch and to share their experiences. Each participant will receive a Day of Service T-shirt.
MISSION TRIP: Blessed Sacrament Parish's Youth Ministry in Warren is searching for teens in grades 9 through 12 to go on an Appalachia mission trip to Cumberland, KY during the week of June 21-27.
While on the trip, the teens will help the Rev. Edward Brienz and his team with building projects for the needy in that area. Permission slips are required, and teens will have to do fundraising. Some teens will be selling pepperoni and spinach rolls to help fund the trip after the Blessed Sacrament Masses in May and June. For more information, call Blessed Sacrament's youth minister, Brooke Steines, at 330-372-2215 Ext. 104.