EVENTS for WEEK of JULY 28, 2014:
Calvary Presbyterian Church on Shorb Ave. NW in Canton will be serving FREE SPAGHETTI DINNERS on Tuesday, July 29th from 5 - 7 pm. Call 330 453-8453 for more details.
First Lutheran Church on East Tusc. Street near downtown Canton will be serving FREE HOT MEALS on Wednesday, July 30th from 4:30 - 6 pm.
Sandy Valley Eagles 3228 will be sponsoring A GOLF OUTING on Sat. Aug. 2nd at Spring Valley Golf Course in East Sparta. 8:30 am shot gun start. $ 200 for a 4 man scramble which will include 18 holes, cart, food at the turn and dinner. Deadline for registration and payment is July 30th by calling 330 453-1796.
The results of THE SUMMER READING PHOTO CONTEST held throughout the Stark County District Library System will be displayed in photo shows beginning on Wed. July 30th from 1 - 4 pm at the Madge Youtz Branch Library on Mahoning Road NE in Canton.
If you're looking for just one more thing to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame experience even more phoenomenal, then get your FREE tickets to the unveiling of "THE BIRTH of the NFL" on Fri. Aug. 1st at 4 pm in downtown Canton. For more info and your two free tickets, call The ArtsinStark office at 330 453-1075 or stop in at their offices on Cleveland Ave. NW in Canton. (Tickets for standing room only)
The Canal Fulton Canalway Center's next special St. Helena III Canal Boat's event will be held on Friday, Aug. 1st and Saturday, Aug. 2nd both evenings at 6:30 pm featuring "A WINE & CHEESE CRUISE". Call 330 854-6835 for tickets and more information.
The Historic Zoar Village's next free educational program will be held on Sat. Aug. 2nd at 1 pm and will feature "FANNY CROSBY, BLIND HYMN WRITER and POET" - played by Raylene Hiavaty and held in the Zoar Church. Visit: www.historiczoarvillage.com for additional details.
The City of Green invites residents and friends to come enjoy for their EAST LIBERTY PARK COMMUNITY DAY on Sat. Aug. 2nd on East Turkey Foot Lake Road. The day will be filled with recreation activities, friendly competition and family fun throughout the day and a free community concert. For pre-registration requirements for some of the activities and more info, call 330 896-6621.
The North Canton Community will come together to celebrate and advocate for man's best friend during DOGGONE NORTH CANTON, Aug. 3rd - 9th. The fair will run each day from 10 am - 2 pm with several great events and programs at various locations in North Canton, all leading up to A MULTI-ORGANIZATION ADOPTION and WELLNESS FAIR on Sat. Aug. 9th at North Canton's Witwer Park. For more info, call 330 499-4712, Ext. 331.
A seven week series of lessons entitled "God's Prophetic Time Clock" will be given at The Chapel in Marlboro beginning on Sun. Aug. 3rd at 6 pm and continue through Sun. Sept. 14th. Call 330 935-0132 for more information.
The next Massillon Museum's History Discussion Session will be about "Downtown Massillon's Stores in History". Session to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 5th from 10 am - noon. Attendance is free and open to everyone with a story to tell or an ear to listen. For more info, call 330 833-4061.
Massillon will become a Purple Heart City on Thurs. Aug. 7th, when a special ceremony will be conducted at 7 pm in Duncan Plaza and will include the raising of the official Purple Heart flag and the unveiling of the new Purple Heart Monument in Veterans Memorial Park. Call the Mayor's office at 330 830-1700 for additional information.
Cincinnati Moeller Crusaders win 9th State Championship. 2nd most in OHSAA history. (St. Ignatius has 11) Moeller led the entire game. Total Yards:Â Moeller – 557 Mentor – 587. Moeller QB Gus Ragland 12 of 14 forr 278 yds with 3 TDs. Rushed 22 times for 197 yards and 4 TDs. Mentor QB Conner Krizancic 37 of 57 for435 yards with 2 TDs. Mentor’s Ed Daugherty 18 catches, 196 yds, 1 TD Division 1 State Championship from Fawcett Stadium. Mentor (13-2) vs Cincinnati Archbishop MoellerÂ (14-1)
Loveland Tigers win first State Championship in first title game appearance. Loveland led 34 – 0 at halftime.Â Glenville had 5 first half turnovers. Division 2 State Championship from Fawcett Stadium. Cleveland Glenville (13-2) vs Loveland (15-0)
St. Vincent-St. Mary’s 6th State Championship and 21st straight win. St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Newman Williams with 5 carries for 42 yards and 2 TDs plus a fumble recovery. Trotwood-Madison with 5 turnovers. Division 3Â State Championship from Tiger Stadium. Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary (15-0) vs Trotwood – Madison (11-3)
Clarksville Clinton-Massie wins 2nd consecutive State Championship. Clinton-Massie’s Bayle Wolf intercepts Mooney to ice game with :17 left. Clinton-Massie – 1:10 / 4th – Bayle Wolf 2 yard TD run. (XP missed) Clinton Massie’s Bayle Wolf 29 carries, 156 yards, 3 touchdowns (6, 1, 2) Division 4 State Championship from Tiger Stadium. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (10-5) vs Clarksville Clinton-Massie (14-1)
Coldwater Cavaliers win 4th State Championship. Coldwater’s Brody Hoying with 24 carries, 147 yards, 3 touchdowns (9, 3, 31)…7 of 12 passing for 84 yards. Division 5 State Championship from Tiger Stadium. Columbus Bishop Hartley (13-2) vs Coldwater (13-2)
Kirtland wins 2nd State Championship. The Hornets have won 44 of their last 45 games. Kirtland’s Sam Kukura with 19 carries, 196 yards, 1 TD. Adam Hess 22 carries, 174 yds, 2 TDs. Kirtland with 586 yards of total offense. Division 6 State Championship from Fawcett Stadium. Kirtland (15-0) vs Haviland Wayne Trace (13-2)
Maria Stein Marion Local Flyers win 7th State Championship. Only the 7th school in OHSAA history to win three or more consecutive titles. MSML QB Adam Bertke 17 for 28 passing, 215 yards, 1 TD. MSML defense holds Trimble to 104 total yards. Division 7 State Championship from Tiger Stadium. Glouster Trimble (14-1) vs Maria Stein Marion Local (15-0)