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MUSEUM HOLDS EVENT: Leavittsburg Heritage Museum, 4901 W. Market St., Leavittsburg will hold an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. The museum showcases items from the history of the township.
BITS OF HISTORY: Bites and Bits of History will be noon Thursday with “Art and the American Presidency” with Dr. Lou Zona, director of the Butler Institute of American Art. The Butler is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. The program will focus on a number of presidents and their art and artists.
HISTORIAN TO SPEAK: Historian William Federer will speak 1:15 p.m. Monday at the Jericho Center in Bazetta. The program is sponsored by Trumbull County Evangelical Ministers.
DOWN SYNDROME WALK: The 13th annual Down Syndrome Awareness Walk will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Perkins Park in Warren. The walk will be led by Warren Mayor Doug Franklin. The Liberty High School Band will perform. Call Kim at 330-847-8163.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COLLABORATIVE: The Trumbull Mahoning Domestic Violence Collaborative will hold “Intersections: Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse and Mental Health” 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at DiVieste’s, 754 North River Road, N.W, Warren.
Speaker is Kyle Pinto, a national trainer with David Mandel and Associates since 2012. Pinto is a social worker and community educator who has worked throughout the child welfare, criminal justice and domestic violence fields for more than 10 years. Many child welfare cases involve multiple issues, including substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental health issues. The advanced training explores these intersections and looks at how perpetrators can use substances or mental health conditions as another means of control; how adult and child survivors turn to substances to cope; and the impact of domestic violence on victims’ ability to secure treatment.
Cost is $35. For information contact Marjorie Dangaran — 330-399-6270; marjorie. firstname.lastname@example.org or Rita Cintavey – YWCA Mahoning Valley; 330-746-6361 Ext. 102.
HALL OF FAME: The Board of Directors of the Warren City Schools’ Foundation and the Committee of the Warren High Schools’ Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame are accepting nominations for the Class of 2020. “Outstanding graduates” will be inducted at the 28th Annual Awards Dinner May 2, 2020, at Warren G. Harding High School. The nomination deadline is Nov. 1.
The honorees will be those graduates who have made significant contributions in their fields, as well as society, the state or on a global scale. Each nominee must be a graduate of one of the three Warren public high schools: Warren High School, Warren G. Harding High School or Warren Western Reserve High School. Anyone who knows a well-qualified or deserving graduate who has been out of high school for at least 12 years may fill out a nomination form available at the Board of Education Office. Nomination forms can also be obtained by downloading a nomination form from the Warren City Schools’ website at warrencityschools .org under Alumni Hall of Fame.
Nominations should be mailed to Alumni Hall of Fame, 105 High St. NW, Warren, 44481.