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Weir High Class of 1970 plans Wednesday dinner meeting

WIRTON — Members of the Weir High Class of 1970 will be having their May dinner meeting on Wednesday.

It will be at Gee’s on Pennsylvania Avenue, beginning at 6 pm Further discussion of the upcoming “Class of 70 turns 70” picnic will be discussed.

All classmates and spouses are invited to attend.

Camera club announces

April competition winners

WINTERSVILLE — The Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club has announced the April competition winners to the theme “HDR,” an acronym for high dynamic range imaging.

The theme category winners were: First place, John Hanish; second place, Dave Rees; and third place (tie), Diane Bannister and Karen Felix. The open category winners were: First place, Debra Snider; second place, Barb Momyer, and third place (tie), Anissa Wellington and Sam Rees. The special effects category winners were: First place, Debra Snider; second place, Karen Felix; and third place, Dave Rees.

The Upper Ohio Valley Camera Club welcomes anyone who has an interest in photography. The next meeting will be held at 7 pm on Tuesday at Brentwood United Methodist Church, 148 Stephens St., Wintersville.

The club will be participating in the First Fridays on Fourth Street during the 2022 season, with the first one happening Friday.

For information about the camera club, including the monthly contests, visit the website www.uovcc.org. The winning images are displayed at the camera club’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/upperohiovalleycameraclub.

Follansbee Community Days

bingo fundraiser date moved

FOLLANSBEE — Follansbee Community Days has moved the date of a bingo fundraiser from May 7 to Aug. 13.

It will be held at the Follansbee Community House, and doors will open at 4 pm Bingo starts at 5 pm

The $35 admission fee includes 20 games of bingo, six cards per game, food and drink. Tickets can be purchased at Moe’s on Main in Follansbee or by calling (919) 210-7538.

WMC Auxiliary hosts jewelry sale on Thursday and Friday

WEIRTON — The Weirton Medical Center Auxiliary will hold a $5 Masquerade jewelry and accessories sale from 7 am to 5 pm Thursday and from 7 am to 3 pm Friday in the medical center atrium located on Colliers Way.

Face masks are required.

Two Ridges Presbyterian Church rummage sale planned

WINTERSVILLE — Two Ridges Presbyterian Church, located at 1085 Canton Road, Wintersville, will be holding its two-day annual rummage sale this week.

It will be held from 9 am to 3 pm on Friday and from 9 am to noon on Saturday.

Weirton CWU to celebrate

May Friendship Day on Friday

WIRTON — The Weirton Church Women United will celebrate May Friendship Day on Friday at 11 am at Shiloh Apostolic Faith Assembly, located at 3000 Weir Ave., Weirton.

The program will consist of musical selections by the group, a candle lighting in memory of the group’s deceased CWU sisters, a reading and a message by Pastor Judi Tomes of First Baptist Church in Weirton.

The May project is collecting personal hygiene items for the Lighthouse Shelter. A luncheon will be served after the program.

For information, contact Helen Jeter at (304) 748-2976 or Rebecca “Tish” Turner at (304) 670-2039.

Computer help offered some Mondays at Brooke Library

WELLSBURG — Anyone needing help creating an e-mail account, downloading e-books and learning other Internet and computer skills is welcome to visit the Brooke County Public Library from 11 am to noon on the first and third Monday of each month.

A representative of the West Virginia University Extension Service will teach those and other skills. Individuals may bring their own charged devices or use one of the library’s computers.

Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is suggested by calling (304)737-1551 or visiting https://brookecountylibs.org/programming-registration.

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