Bobbyjon Bauman, Denise Lucas are amongst Jenco Basis Fund honorees
STEUBENVILLE — Two native residents are among the many 5 2021 award recipients who can be acknowledged by the Jenco Basis Fund throughout a digital celebration set for Monday at 6 p.m.
Bobbyjon Bauman and Denise Lucas are among the many recipients.
Bauman, preident of the Ohio Valley Youth Community and director of the Sycamore Youth Middle at 301 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, is being acknowledged “for his dedication and repair by means of the Ohio Valley Youth Community by offering precious companies and packages to the youth of Jefferson County.”
Lucas is being acknowledged for “her selfless service in offering medical care and precious well being programming to weak populations of Appalachian Ohio by means of her work as a volunteer with the Ohio Valley Well being Middle in her capability as a nurse practitioner. The well being heart is positioned at 423 South St., Steubenville.
The Jenco Basis Fund was established on the Basis for Appalachian Ohio to acknowledge residents of Appalachian Ohio who display visionary management in serving others all through the area. The Jenco Awards, which started in 2002, uphold the legacy of the Rev. Martin Jenco, who devoted his life to the service of others.
“The Jenco Basis Fund on the Basis for Appalachian Ohio celebrates individuals who, like Father Lawrence Martin Jenco, have made a distinction of their communities by means of group service and visionary management, together with by means of activism,” a information launch notes. Established to proceed the work of the inspiration, the fund provides particular person achievement awards to acknowledge visionary leaders and volunteers who by direct, person-to-person motion have labored to extend the dignity and sense of value of people in Appalachian Ohio by means of artistic problem-solving.
The award is open to individuals of all ages serving their communities.
Along with Bauman and Lucas, award recipients are:
– Roxanne Groff of Athens County is being acknowledged for her dedication to advocating for the safety of Appalachian Ohio’s pure wonders and her encouragement and help for citizen voice and illustration in native communities.
– Megan Macke is being acknowledged for her efforts as an educator working to fulfill group wants in Vinton County by means of artistic endeavors and encourage a tradition of civic engagement and repair studying.
– Patty Mitchell of Athens County is being acknowledged for her efforts to empower and advocate for these with developmental variations by means of arts expression and the mannequin of Ardour Works Studio.
Prior to now, the Jenco Basis Fund has honored a big selection of outstanding people in Appalachian Ohio and West Virginia who’ve been lively in furthering Jenco’s imaginative and prescient of philanthropy.
The Basis for Appalachian Ohio is a regional group basis serving the 32 counties of Appalachian Ohio. A 501(c)(3) public charity, it creates alternatives for Appalachian Ohio’s residents and communities by inspiring and supporting philanthropy. Since 1998, FAO has been working with donors who are passionate about Appalachian Ohio, its communities and its future. As half of this work, FAO manages extra than 450 funds, together with the Jenco Basis Fund, devoted to creating a distinction. For details about FAO, go to www.AppalachianOhio.org. For info contact the inspiration at 740.753.1111
Weir Excessive Class of 1967
plan Wednesday luncheon
WEIRTON — Members of Weir Excessive College’s Class of 1967 will maintain a luncheon at midday on Wednesday at Dee Jay’s Restaurant, positioned at 380 Three Springs Drive, Weirton.
All classmates and spouses are welcome to attend.
Weirton Senior Middle having bake-book sale, flea market
WEIRTON — The Weirton Senior Middle, positioned at 3425 Principal St., Weirton, can be holding a fundraiser bake sale, flea market and ebook sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, in response to Tammy Margetic, the middle’s appearing director.
“We can be having this occasion ongoing the final Wednesday of every month,” defined Margetic, who stated it’s open to the general public. The middle has an ongoing rummage sale and ebook sale throughout days and hours that the middle is open.
Middle hours are Monday by means of Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Seniors play playing cards on Monday and Friday after lunch is served. The meal is $2, and an RSVP is required. To order a meal, name forward of time to (304) 748-3490.
Philoptochos gyro sale Oct. 5
at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox
STEUBENVILLE — Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Philoptochos Society will host its month-to-month sale of gyros from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 5 on the church, positioned at 300 S. Fourth St.
Gyros are $8 every. There can be a 25 cent cost for further tzatziki sauce.
The kouroulakia (twist cookies) are $7 a dozen.
There’s free supply on orders of 4 or extra gyros. Orders can be accepted the day of the sale by telephone to (740) 282-9835 or fax at (740) 282-2091.
Permitting a minimal of 20 minutes to course of telephone or fax orders is requested.
St. Joseph the Employee Church having Oktberfest on Oct. 9
WEIRTON — St. Joseph the Employee Church, 151 Michael Method, Weirton, will host an Oktberfest celebration from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct. 9.
The festivities will embody meals vans, inflatables, home and craft beer, face portray, distributors and music by the band Verdict.