RED HAT CLUB TO MEET: The Girard Multi-Generational Center Red Hat Club will hold its next luncheon at noon on Monday at Perkins' Family Restaurant on state Route 46 in Niles.
They held "A Luncheon With Judy" recently at Scenna's Restaurant in Girard. Members and friends gathered to honor Judy Signoriello, who retired from the Center in March.
For more information, contact Ilene at 330-360-6583.
TORCH CLUB TO MEET: The Youngstown Torch Club will meet Monday on the campus of Youngstown State University in Kilcawley Center in Bresnahan Rooms 1 & 2.
The evening's events will include awarding $1,000 to the winner of Youngstown Torch Club's recent YSU Student Essay Scholarship Competition, who will present the winning paper.
A debate featuring John Fockler and Charles Darling will tackle the theme "Strong Central Government is Anathema to Individual Liberty."
Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6. Call for reservations at 330-757-4148.
DARE CLUB TO MEET: DARE Singles meet at 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at the Disciples Christian Church, 565 Boardman Canfield Road. Events planned for February are:
Tuesday: Dance classes at 7 p.m. at Judy Conti Dance Studio.
Wednesday: Practice bowling night, 7 p.m. at Wedgewood Lanes.
Thursday: Social Night at 7:30 p.m. at the church.
Friday: Card Night from 6 to 10 p.m. at Denny's in Boardman.
April 26: Bowling at 7 p.m. at Boardman Lanes.
April 28: Meet-up at Panera's in Canfield, from 7 to 9 p.m.
April 29: Dance classes at 7 p.m. at Judy Conti's, Austintown.
April 30: DQ Night in Cornersburg, 7 p.m.
CLUB TO HOST CANDIDATES NIGHT: The Trumbull County Jefferson Democrat Club is hosting a Candidates Night at 6 p.m. Monday at the Sunrise Inn Banquet Room, Warren.
STAMP CLUB TO MEET: The Warren Stamp Club will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Panera Bread Company's Community Room, 3641 Elm Road N.E., Warren.
The club meets the fourth Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m., except December.
SOCIETY TO HOST SQUARE DANCE: The North Bloomfield Historical Society will host the Spring Fling Square Dance from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Town Hall, located at state routes 45 and 87. No dancing experience is necessary. Light refreshments will be served.
More information, call 330-506-3370.
TOASTMASTERS MEET: The Warren Toastmaster Club will meet from 9 to 11 a.m. April 26 at the Aetna Freight building, 2507 Youngstown Road S.E., Warren.
The club meets the second and fourth Saturday of each month. Anyone interested in becoming a confident, poised speaker is encouraged to attend.
For more information, contact Ken Shellito at 330-373-6113 or email Shellitoke@gmail.com.
BRISTOL BOARD MEETS: The Bristol Historical Society Board members met at the Bristol Town Hall in April. Final plans were discussed for the Historical Bus trip to Sight and Sound Theater in June. A Fall trip to Michigan with stops at President Gerald Ford's Museum and The Grand Hotel were discussed.
The public is invited to the dedication of the Bristol Public Library's Historical Marker Ceremony at 2 p.m. April 26. Plans were also discussed for the public to be invited on June 10 for Hot Dog Night at the Town Hall.
For further information, contact Wendell Lauth.
ARGUS LODGE HONORS LONGTIME MEMBERS: The Argus Masonic Lodge 545 in Canfield paid tribute to 31 of its longtime members at its annual awards night Feb. 28.
Local residents honored were Jack E. Hutchison of Youngstown for 65 years of membership; Paul D. Raptou of Youngstown for 50 years of membership; David E. Jones, Paul F. Rogers Jr., Harry A. Shood and Samuel W. Stambaugh, all of Youngstown, and David B. McCroba of Berlin Center for 40 years of membership; Douglas F. Anstrom of Niles, and Alan N. Ewing, Thomas F. Rigby Jr. and George Roman III, all of Youngstown, for 35 years of membership; and James A. Streeky of Austintown for 25 years of membership. Each man received a gold pin to mark the occasion.
Guests at the meeting were RWB Gary L. Wilms and the families of the honored guests.
Master of ceremonies and photographer for the evening was Denny Furman.
The 121,000 Masons in Ohio provide approximately $15 million in charitable giving annually. This year, they gave $97,000 in college scholarships, contributed more than $125,000 to Special Olympics Ohio Summer Games, and funded $70,000 in free training for hundreds of Ohio school teachers to recognize students at non-academic risk. They also provided $12 million in elderly care, and helped many needy Ohio families and individuals through their Charitable Foundation.