WHBC Community Announcements
EVENTS for WEEK of MAY 20, 2013:
The City of Massillon will host A VETERANS' JOB FAIR on Wednesday, May 22nd from 10 am - 2 pm at The Massillon Recreation Center on Erie Street N. in Massillon. Various programs will be held throughout the day, and will include the opportunity for you to meet potential employers. In preparation for the JOB FAIR, The Massillon Public Library will offer a workshop on Tues. May 21st from 4 - 5 pm. Interested Veterans may call 330 832-8469 or email: email@example.com for more info.
Education Merit Foundation has 60 students from Germany, Brazil, Norway, China and France waiting for their match with a volunteer host family for the coming school year. For all the details, call 1-800 467-8363.
The Zoar Volunteer Fire Dept. is inviting everyone to their ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKE BREAKFAST on Sat. May 25th from 7 - 10 am at the Fire Station on 5th St. in Zoar. $ 5 for adults and $ 2.50 for children under age 12. For directions and carryout orders, call 330 874-2069.
The Canton Police Dept. is launching TIP 411, an internet based tool that enables the public to text message an anonymous tip to police, and lets the police respond back creating a two-way anonymous "Chat". Reserved exclusively for Public safety purposes. Anyone with a cell phone can now text "Canton" and the tip information to 847411. For more info, call 330 438-4450.
Sat. May 25th, from 5:30 - 8 pm, The Massillon Public Library is hosting SPECIAL NEEDS NIGHT, a new program just for families with members who have special needs. This is an exceptional opportunity for families and children who have special needs to socialize and network in a friendly, no-stress environment. Call 330 832-5037 for more details.
An assistant professor of history at Walsh University, will present A GALLERY TALK at the Massillon Museum on Sun. May 26th at 2 pm about the exhibition: "LABOR and NEW DEAL ART", which will be on display in the Museum's main gallery through Sun. June 2nd. Program is free and open to everyone with no reservations required. Call 330 833-4061 for more info.
MEMORIAL DAY, this year in Green will be filled with activities for the whole family from morning to night. Monday, May 27th is the final day of the three-day "TASTE of GREEN EVENT", which beginns at 11:30 am. Prior to the opening of Taste of Green for the day, the City is hosting its ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY PANCAKE BREAKFAST, PARADE, CEREMONY and COMMUNITY PICNIC. Call 330 806-0311 for more details and if interested in marching in the parade.
Paris Israel Church, Israel's Lutheran Church, The Paris Community Association and the Paris Cemetery Association will remember their veterans with a parade and Memorial Service on Mon. May 27th in Paris. The parade will begin at 1:30 pm; and the ceremony will be immediatly after the parade at Paris Cemetery. For more info, call 330 862-3776.
On Tues, May 28th at 7 pm, the MPL CORE JAZZ BAND will present another live concert at the Massillon Senior Center on Lincoln Way West in downtown Massillon. Concert is free and open to the public. The first half will consist of tradiitional new Orleans jazz; followed by the second half, open to musicians, young and old, who want to sit in and jam with the band. For more info, call 330 832-9831, Ext. 314.
Registration is now open for the Massillon Museum's JUNE CERAMICS PROGRAMS. Featuing POTTERY WHEEL, beginning on June 1st and OPEN STUDIO CERAMICS beginning on Wednesday, June 5th. For days, times, and costs, call 330 833-4061. May 24th is deadline to register.