Trumbull farm bureau holding tribute to dairy

EVENT AT COCKEYE CREAMERY: The Trumbull County Farm Bureau in partnership with Cockeye Creamery will host a Farm Bureau Day and Dairy Celebration to wrap up National Dairy Month, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday at Cockeye Creamery, 1805 Parkman Road, Warren. There will be a farm bureau display table. Funds raised at the event will be used for purchasing grain bin rescue equipment.

SUMMER PET SAFETY: The McKinley Memorial Library in Niles will hold a summer pet safety program 6 p.m. Tuesday via Zoom. Speaker is Emily Greve from the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County who will share her tips for keeping pets safe and healthy during hot weather. Internet access and an email address is needed to participate. Call 330-652-1704, Ext. 3, or email mckinley@mcklib.org to register.

BOOK DONATIONS: The Newton Falls Kiwanis Club has donated books to all Newton Falls second-grade students to promote reading. The books also were donated to first-graders. Kiwanis members placed labels in the books for the children.

CHILDREN’S CAMP: The Stambaugh Auditorium Children’s Summer Camp will be held June 28 to July 2 at Stambaugh Auditorium. The arts camp will increase children’s access to the knowledge and appreciation for the arts. The camp will feature local arts organizations and the Missoula Children’s Theater. Various local organizations will provide hands-on educational workshops throughout the week.

For information or sponsorship opportunities, call 30-747-5175.

GOLF OUTING FUNDRAISER: The Girard High School FIRST Robotics Booster Club 21st annual golf outing will be held Saturday at the Mahoning Country Club on East Liberty Street, Girard. The robotics team is a prize-winning team and has a history of success in robotics competitions and placement of team members in colleges and universities and careers in science, engineering and technology. To register call Judy at 330-545-5431, Ext. 201.

BARNHISEL HOUSE OPENS: The Girard Historical Society will open the Barnhisel House, 1011 N. State St., 1 to 4 p.m. June 27, July 11 and 25. Docents will be available to guide guests through the home and the gardens, which are planted with herbs and perennials.


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