Commissioners seek applicants
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FILL VACANCIES: The Board of Trumbull County Commissioners seeks to fill one vacancy on the Western Reserve Port Authority and one on the Senior Services Advisory Council.
Interested candidates need to submit a letter of interest and resume by today to the Trumbull County Commissioners, 160 High St. NW, Warren 44481. Candidates may be asked to complete and application as well.
CHAMPION LOGO CONTEST: The Champion Rotary Club is having a township logo contest for people to redesign the township logo.
For information, visit the Champion Rotary Facebook page @RotaryClubofChampion. Entry forms are available at Sparkle Market, Champion Fire Department, Edward Jones, R.D. Banks Chevrolet and Champion Presbyterian Church.
SOCIETY CANCELS MEETING: The January meeting of the Trumbull County Genealogical Society has been canceled. Information regarding the Feb. 9 meeting will be forthcoming.
VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB: The Jewish Community Center of Youngstown is offering a free virtual book club beginning this month. The club will meet author Ariana Neumann to discuss her book “When Time Stopped: A Memoir of my Father’s War and What Remains” via Zoom from 11 a.m. to noon Saturday.
In the memoir, the author dives into the secrets of her father’s past: years spent hiding in plain sight in war-torn Berlin; the annihilation of dozens of family members in the Holocaust; and the courageous choice to build anew. Included is a question-and-answer session with the author.
Use Zoom meeting ID 690 681 8290 to join the discussion each month. Purchase the books or contact Emelia Sherin at esherin@jewishy oungstown.org or 330-746-3251, Ext. 106, for a copy.
CHRISTMAS TREE PICKUP: Express Junk Removal will have a free Christmas tree pickup.
Express Junk Removal is a locally owned company offering free Christmas tree pickups to residents of Trumbull and Mahoning counties. Most trees will be used as natural fish habitats.
Trees must be bare (no ornaments, lights, garland, tinsel). No artificial or flocked trees, and no wreaths will be accepted. Trees must be left at curbside. Call 234-600-3317 to schedule tree pickup or for any questions.
WEED PROGRAM: The Woodland Wednesdays workshop series returns 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday for “Wicked Weeds,” a virtual homeowner invasive species removal workshop. The online presentation discusses problematic invasive plants and techniques on how to remove them.
Featured speakers include Natalie Gertz-Young, Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District, and Joel Firem of Firem Forestry Consulting.
Online class is free but registration is needed by Tuesday. To register, visit www.eventbrite.com per call to SWCD office or the Farm Bureau office at 440-426-2195.