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Halls of Ivy

Jamestown Business College has announced the President’s and Dean’s Lists for the summer 2019 term. To qualify for the President’s List, a student must earn a 3.90- to 4.00-grade point average for a term. To qualify for the Dean’s List a student must earn a 3.60 to 3.89-grade point average for a term.

Students from the Warren area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST

Rachel Enos (Sugar Grove)

Danielle Flasher (Warren)

Kendra Fuller (Warren)

Tara J. Williams (Sheffield)

Labor Day closing

Experience, Inc., the local Area Agency on Aging, and the senior centers in Warren and Forest counties will be closed on September 2 in observance of Labor Day.

‘Titanic” auditions

Auditions for Warren Players’ 10th-anniversary production of “Titanic, the Musical: In Concert,” will be held at 6:30 p.m. both Thursday, Aug. 28, and Friday, Aug. 29. Enter through the Friends Room door, to the left of front lobby doors. Roles are available for around 15 men and women (ages 15 and up) and 7 children/youth. Production Dates: October 24, 25, 26 at 7:30 p.m. and October 27 at 2 p.m. Audition packets are available at warrenplayers.com and at the Struthers Library Theatre office.

Wild Wind Festival dates

The 40th Annual Wild Wind Folk Art & Craft Festival will be held Sept. 7 and 8 at the Warren County Fairgrounds, Route 6, Pittsfield, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, rain or shine. There will be 150 juried artisans, food, live music, children’s activities, demonstrations, magician, and more.

Watson Grange

Wendy Hollabaugh presided over the recent meeting of Watson Grange. Jean Hollabaugh, Family Activity Chairperson, reported on the winners at the Warren County Fair. Deanna Hollabaugh took first for Cherry Pie, Mosiac Art, Pretty Flower Pot Decorating, Nature Painting, My Home Photo, and Plants Photo; Kelly Van Ord second for Cherry Pie, first for Chocolate Chip Cookies, and My Favorite Anything, and third for Haystack Candy; Miranda Irons third for Cherry Pie, second for Chocolate Chip Cookies, Nature painting, My Home Photo, and Plant Photo, first for Haystack Candy, Funny Flower Pot, Animal Painting, and Church Photo; Jean Hollabaugh third for Chocolate Chip Cookies and second for Haystack Candy; John Hollabaugh third for My Home Photo and Plant Photo, and first for Sunrise/Sunset Photo.

Junior Grange Leader Van Ord listed Junior Winners including: 5-9 age group: Gabbie Lindsay, first for Recycled Craft, Scrapbook Page, Selfie, and Farm Animal Photo; Riley Koszewski second for Recycled Craft, and Chocolate Brownies, third for Selfie; Kaleb Lindsay third for Recycled Craft, and Selfie, second for Wild Animal Picture, Farm Animal Photo, and Flag Photo, and first for Automobile Picture; Daxter Irons second for Scrapbook Page, Selfie, and Automobile Picture, first for Chocolate Brownies, Building Blocks, Wild Animal Picture, Pretty Posies Picture, Selfie Photo, Flag Photo, and Heroes Photo, and third for Farm Animal Photo; 10-14 age group: Maddy Warham, first for Recycled Craft, Chocolate Brownies, Scrapbook Page, Pretty Posies Picture, Selfie, and Flag photos; Braden Thomson second for Recycled Craft, and Scrapbook Page, and first for Other Brownies. Juniors also received first on the Grange Exhibit.

They will meet again Monday, Aug. 26, at 6:30 p.m.

Forest Grange received a second and Watson Subordinate Grange a third for their Grange exhibits.

Van Ord presented the program using “teeth” for the theme as August 22 was National Tooth Fairy Day.

Upcoming events include: Watson meeting, Thursday, Sept. 12, at 6 p.m. (note time change); Auction at Pomona, Saturday, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m.; road clean-up, Monday, Sept. 23, at 6 p.m.; state fishing tournament in Tidioute, September 26-29, with Watson Grange running the Dime Pitch.

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