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Times Observer photo by Cody Elms At left, the horn section is front in center for the first-place Nashuan, New Hampshire Spartans, Friday night at the annual Music on the Mountain drum corps competition at Sheffield High School.

Red Hat lunch

The Red Hat Society Purple Majesties chapter will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 28, at Pellegrino’s. Those attending are asked to bring their nickles.

Class lunch

The men of the Warren High School class of 1951 will meet for breakfast at 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 31, at Perkins.

History program

Times Observer photo by Cody ElmsMusic on the Mountain

My Toy’s Story — a Step Back in Time with Ardelle Johnson will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Wilder Museum, 51 Erie Ave., Irvine.

Admission to the Wilder Museum is $5 per person or $1 per student. Members are admitted free of charge.

For more information, call 723-1795 or visit www.warrenhistory.org.

Times Observer photo by Cody ElmsMusic on the Mountain

Times Observer photo by Cody ElmsMusic on the Mountain

Times Observer photo by Cody ElmsAlong Came a Spider, performed by the Kalamazoo, Michigan Legends took second place.

Photo submitted to Times Observer The Rotary Club of Warren, in partnership with Warren County Development Association, received a generous donation from the Northwest Charitable Foundation to be used toward the construction of the multi-sensory inclusive playground that is to be built as part of the City of Warren’s renovations of Lacy Park, which they will tentatively break ground on in the summer of 2019. From left are Rev. Madeline Edwards (Rotary Club); Shane Oschman (Northwest Bank Warren Area Manager/NCF Representative); Adam Meneo (Rotary Club of Warren President 2018-2019); and Dr. Bill Clark (Rotary Club). Missing from the photo is Jim Decker (WCCBI/WCDA).

Photo submitted to Times Observer Aaron Stearns, newly-elected Warren County Democratic Chairman, welcomes Susan Boser, Democratic U.S.Congressional candidate for the 15th District in Pennsylvania, in her recent trip to Warren.

Photo submitted to Times Observer United Refining Company proudly donated its winnings from the Fourth of July parade to Veteran’s Affairs of Warren County. From left is Leah McCluskey, URC Human Resources Intern, Carrie Skidmore, URC Human Resources Assistant and Ed Burris, Director of Veteran’s Affairs for Warren County.

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