Enrichment program hosting raffle, bake sale

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EVENT AT CANDLELITE KNOLLS: The Summer Enrichment Program for Handicapped Children of Trumbull County will have its annual basket raffle and bake sale 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Candlelite Knolls, 2619 Bazetta Road NE. Admission is free. The raffle, featuring more than 400 items, will begin promptly at 4 p.m. (winner need not be present).

RAILROAD CLUB: The Riverside Railroad Club will host an open house 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Warren SCOPE Center, Park Avenue, Warren. The club will showcase miniature railroad and displays.

CHILI COOK-OFF: The Newton Falls July 4th Committee will sponsor the 31st annual Chili Cook-off in the village’s downtown area 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday. There will be prizes offered for first to third place and People’s Choice.

RALLY FOR RIGHTS: The Salon, a progressive women’s organization, and Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a student organization at Youngstown State University, will lead a march and rally in support of reproductive rights 2 p.m. Saturday in Youngstown.

Marchers will gather at the parking lot of the Youngstown Board of Education at Wick and Wood Streets, to march to the Mahoning County Court of Common Pleas. There, speakers will give remarks on the need for action to combat legislation impacting women’s lives and health. Speakers include state Rep. Michelle Lepore-Hagan, Dr. Amanda Fehlbaum and Dr. Chryshanna Jackson.

Marchers are asked to RSVP at the National March site: https://act.womensmarch.com/event/oct-2-2021-march/search/?source=fb20210921.

VEHICLE DAY: Champion High School will host the fifth-annual Vehicle Day Extravaganza 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in the high school parking lot. Community members have volunteered to bring their cars (some current and some classic) to be used as a mobile classroom. Students in all physical science classes will be visiting the vehicles throughout the day and speaking to the owners about their cars. The idea is for students to gain firsthand knowledge about various scientific processes as they relate to cars and how they run. Car owners also will allow students to engage in hands-on activities such as checking tire pressure and oil gauges, and reading instrumentation.

FARMERS MARKET: The final Warren Farmers Market of the season is 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Warren Community Amphitheatre. You will find the freshest local produce, desserts, pumpkins and handmade items.


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