Fish, game group set for Niles event

The Seeing Eye

YOUTH DAY: The Western Reserve Fish and Game Association’s Youth Day is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the indoor facilities, 1056 W. Third St., Niles. Activities include archery, crossbows and air guns. Equipment and safety gear available but participants can bring own. All activities supervised by trained and certified volunteers. Lunch provided. The program is open to participants, ages 8-88, and parents, grandparents and adult chaperones encouraged to participate. The program is provided free via a grant from ODNR Wildlife’s Competitive Grant Program. Call John at 330-647-2763 with questions.

ART SHOW: The Bristol Schools annual art show is 5-7 p.m. Thursday at the high school gymnasium. Artwork of students in grades K-12 featured.

HISTORY OF McDONALD: The McDonald Historical Society is gathering names of former village residents on active military duty. The society plans to erect an honor board in the village to display pictures of active military members. For information, call Bert Ulrich at 330-530-9863.

REPUBLICAN PARTY: The Mahoning County Republican Party will hold Lincoln Day dinner April 30 at the Maronite Center, 1555 S. Meridian Road, Youngstown. Guest speaker is Sheriff David Clarke Sr. Reception is 6 p.m. with dinner at 6:30. To make reservations, call 330-629-7006.

ROTARY FLAG PROGRAM: The Girard Liberty Rotary Club, as part of its flag program, is asking residents and businesses to display the American flag. For a $30 donation, participants receive a 3-by-5 American flag on a 10-foot pole placed in front of their home or business. Proceeds help charitable programs. Flags installed in May and removed in November. Flags displayed during Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Patriots Day. For questions,call Andy at 330-716-4523.

SCOUTS TO CLEAN: Local Girl Scouts will take part in Earth Day 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 27 at Howland Township Park. Scouts also will take part in Earth Day activities before cleaning throughout the park.

COMMENTS