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Tops 1341 met at Glenmoor Presbyterian Church on Monday with Darlene Naukam presiding. The drawing winners were: Darlene Naukam Calorie Chart, Lydia Kraft Weight Loss and Junk Food, 50/50 and Dorothy Garn Jackpot. Lydia Kraft now holds the travel box. Two Tops members remain on the check. Cathy Wollam presented a show about hope and inspiration. Pat Allison will present the program next week.
The meeting opened with concerns and promises and ended with the Lord’s Prayer. Meetings are held at the church every Monday, excluding public holidays. The weigh-in from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. Meetings are from 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. New members are welcome and can call 330-424-5027 for more information.
Tops 1957 from Wellsville met on May 3, with Chief Barb Tranter opening the meeting with pledges, a roll call, and then Diane Carnegie leading the group in prayer. Top losers Barb and Peggy Imburgia wore the officer’s ribbon. The dimes will roll over and Nancy Hart won the 50/50 draw. Nono is cookies.
Hart also won the Easter contest and she received $40. Donna Lee read the treasure report and Brenda Young read the minutes. Both were approved as is. Tranter read a fun story and then closed the meeting by wishing everyone a good week.
Top 2231 met on May 10 at Boyce Church under the chairmanship of leader Tonnie Slagle. The meeting opened with the oath of allegiance followed by the roll call of Tops and Kops. Pam Fouse presented the Secretary’s report and Cassie Stephens presented the Treasurer’s report. The top loser was Penny Perorazio. Kops’ top loser was Dottie Seevers, and Seevers was also the officers’ top loser.
Jean Ferrebee and Seevers lost weight for six weeks. The kops on the sidelines are JoAnn Beresford, Slagle, Verla Betteridge Seevers, Stephens. The no no are the pizzas and soft drinks. Perorazio won the calorie charts, Seevers won the dimes, and Slagle won the 50/50. Carolyn Hager read an article on Block Carbs Naturally.
Our new contest is called the No Fibbing Contest. The winners are Jerry Kontnier, Beresford, Wanda Price, Betteridge and Fouse. Slagle closed the meeting with prayer requests followed by the Lord’s Prayer. New and returning members are always welcome on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. For more information, call 330-383-8217.
Senior wellness market
Catholic Charities, 600 E. 4th St., East Liverpool, will host a senior welfare market from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 26. The Wellness Market will take place during the monthly lunch. Join local health and wellness providers for quality information, giveaways, games and prizes. Be prepared to ask questions and learn about the care options available in the area.
Domestic Violence Art Exhibition
The 7th Annual Craftsmen Against Domestic Violence Art Exhibition is scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on August 27 at the East Palestine Country Club. This year’s theme is “Domestic violence: I believe you. Do you hear? Listen.” Submissions will be accepted until August 15 and can be in any artistic medium, including painting, mixed media, concept art, sculpture, photography, makeup, or any other art form. Photographs of submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be cash prizes for first, second and third place. The exhibit is funded by Ozer Ministries and the Columbiana County Department of Employment and Family Services. For more information, contact Ozer Ministries at 330-426-2147 or email@example.com. Currently, Ozer Ministries is the featured charity of the Redeemer’s Heart website, which is dedicated to promoting Christian artwork. Through June 30, all proceeds from merchandise sales on the Redeemer’s Heart website will be donated to Ozer Ministries to help with the art exhibit. People can also donate directly to Ozer by clicking the Donate to Ozer Ministries button at the top of the page. Find Charity Feature information at https://redeemersheart.com/current-featured-charity/?v=0a10a0b3e53b.