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 EVENTS for WEEK of APRIL 14, 2014:
 
Now through April 19th brings NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 2014 to all Massillon Public Library branches.  This weeks' festivites include the National Bookmobile Day on Wed. Apr. 16th;  free coffee on Thurs. Apr. 17th;  along with special surprises and treats throughout the week.
 
The regular meeting of the Canton Amateur Radio Club will be held on Wed. Apr. 16th at 7:30 pm in the training room of the Stark County EMA/EOC on Atlantic Blvd.    For more info, visit:   www.w8al.org
 
Beach City American Legion Hall Post 549 ( on 3rd Ave. NE) will be serving ALL YOU CAN EAT FAMILY STYLE SWISS STEAK DINNERS on Sat. Apr. 19th from 4 - 7 pm.  Costs are $ 10 for adults;  $ 5 for kids ages 4 - 12;  and free for age 3 and under.   If needing directions or more info, call 330 756-0549.
 
All Saints Temple on Wilbur Allen Jr. Ave. SE in Canton will be serving FREE HOT MEALS on Sat. Apr. 19th from 1 - 3 pm.      Call 330 280-1873 for more info.
 
The next brown bag lunch and program at The Massillon Museum will be held on Tues. Apr. 22nd and will feature Sherie Brown, Director of Massillon's Public Library with "BOOKS under FIRE: THE ONGOING BATTLE FOR THE RIGHT TO READ".  Program held from 12:10 - 12:50 pm for lunch hour convenience.  Call 330 833-4061 if needing more info.
 
On Wed. Apr. 23rd, The Massillon Public Library will be offering four "WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF E-BOOK CLASSES".  Call 330 832-9831, Ext. 327 for times and to register.
 
The Barry Askren Memorial Branch Library will present "ASTROLOGY at YOUR LIBRARY" on Wed. Apr. 23rd from 6 - 7:30 pm.  Featuring guest speaker, Astrologist, Joan Sewell.    Participants will enjoy an evening of self discovery through astrology.  Registration is required by calling 330 879-2113.
 
The Massillon Museum in conjunction with Washington High School Drama Dept. will present "THE BIG READ ONE-ACT PLAYS" at The Washington High School auditorium on Wed. Apr. 23rd.  This free event will begin at 7 pm and for more details, call 330 832-8469.
 
Visit:  www.historiczoarvillage.com or call 1-800 262-6195 for more details about Historic Zoar Villages' - WATERCOLOR CLASSES April 24th through May 29th.
 
A special STRING GUITAR FESTIVAL will be held on April 25th and 26th from 7 - 9 pm each evening at The Massillon Museum in downtown Massillon.  Featuring premier players and technicians from two continents performing spectacular concerts and lead inspiring workshops.   Visit:   www.stringfestival.org for more details.
 
Massillon Museum will be hosting the 8th ANNUAL - IMAGE to IMAGE EXHIBITION, when it opens on Fri. Apr. 25th from 6 - 8 pm.   The public is invited to meet the photographers, view their work, enjoy refreshments, and the party is free with no required reservations.   Call 330 833-4061 if needing more info.
 
Come and enjoy A SWISS STEAK DINNER on Fri. Apr. 25th from 4:30 - 7 pm at The Paradise United Church of Christ on East Main St. in Louisville.    Tickets are $ 8 for adults and $ 4 for children under 10 and may be purchased at the door or by calling 330 875-2677.
 
The Student Leadership Team of Canton South High School is hosting the 8th ANNUAL WILDCAT RUN on Sat. Apr. 26th at 9 am.  Featuring a 5 K and one-mile fun run/walk.  Registration available online at:   www.cantonlocal.org with race day registration as well.  Additionally, the WILDCAT KID RACE will be held the same day at 10:30 am for children ages 10 and below.
 
The McKinley Presidential Library & Museum will host "A DIAMOND SOIREE" on Wed. Apr. 30th from 6 - 7:30 pm in the Keller Gallery to raise money for the Ida McKinley Tiara Fund.  The cost is $ 500 per person with registration deadline Fri. Apr. 25th.   Call 330 455-7043 for tickets and more info.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Mentor – 52 MOELLER – 55 FINAL

    Cincinnati Moeller Crusaders win 9th State Championship. 2nd most in OHSAA history. (St. Ignatius has 11) Moeller led the entire game. Total Yards:  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 Moeller  (14-1)

  • Glenville – 23 LOVELAND – 41 FINAL

    Loveland Tigers win first State Championship in first title game appearance. Loveland led 34 – 0 at halftime.  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 – 24 Trotwood-Madison – 0 FINAL

    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 3  State Championship from Tiger Stadium. Akron St. Vincent – St. Mary (15-0) vs Trotwood – Madison (11-3)

  • Cardinal Mooney – 21 CLINTON-MASSIE – 27 – FINAL

    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)

  • Bishop Hartley – 7 COLDWATER – 24 FINAL

    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 – 44 Wayne Trace – 16 FINAL

    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)

  • Glouster Trimble – 0 MARION LOCAL – 33 FINAL

    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)

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