Press Releases
Website Events Calendar
Brooke Scene
Business
Community
Community Stars
Education
Entertainment
Letters to the Editor
Lifestyles
News Tips
Obituary
Photos
Religion
Sports
Toronto Scene
Valley Life
Wintersville Scene
Correspondents

Dinners

Enter your text inside the information box using the example to the right as a guide.

Information
(DO NOT use all caps)

Text box will automatically jump to the next line when needed. Only start a new line (by hitting ENTER) when starting a new paragraph.


* = Required
Full Name: *

E-Mail Address: *

Address 1: *

Address 2:

City: *

State: * / Zip: *
/
Phone *

Photo Submission Guidelines
 
• 200dpi
.JPG FILES ONLY
• Med / High Compression
• No 72dpi Web Images

• Head Shots at least 2" wide
• Group Shot at least 6" wide
• Total File Size under 5 Meg
* The editor reserves the right to decide whether a photograph is suitable for reproduction or to crop if necessary.

Photo Location:

Please locate your photo here by clicking BROWSE for 1st Photo: Multiple photos are optional. (Do not edit text after selecting correct photo) Photo Location: (maximum 6 MB total size)

1st
2nd
3rd

I would also like this article sent to the following publications:
The Intelligencer
Times Leader
The Weirton Daily Times

Example

Serve Others Circle of King's Daughters and Sons met at the YWCA for a September noon luncheon.
Donna Grimm gave the blessing and Martha Jane Brondos presided and distributed new program booklets for 2004-05.
Helen Vein and Lucille Smith gave reports.
The circle approved memorials to Hospice for Elwood Moore and Joseph Renda, husbands of Helen Moore and Marian Renda.
Ruth Ann McLaughlin gave the sunshine report and Clara Skrabski reported on Indian affairs, reading about Navajo children attending bible school in New Mexico.
JoAnn Moore will collect the Noah's Ark banks in December.
The funds will go toward the Heifer Project to pay for the purchase of livestock and animal management.
Moore and Donna Grimm will attend the Ohio branch convention Oct. 15 and 16 in Bucyrus.
Grimm presented the program, introducing Marissa McCourt, a 15-year-old home-schooled sophomore whose talent is sewing.
Marissa began sewing in 4-H.
She modeled a colonial outfit she made as a combination history fair and 4-H project and displayed a dress with a large, hoop skirt reminiscent of the Civil War period that she also made as a project.
The next meeting will be Oct. 19 with Linda Cooper and Alice Ryan serving as hostesses and Ann Wylie presenting the program.

For help with submitting information contact webmaster

If your news hasn't appeared in the newspaper please contact Ross Gallabrese @ 740.283.4711 x320 or via E-Mail.

The editor reserves the right to edit the content of all submissions for publication including photos for quality and content.
Attention Users: Click here to read the legal restrictions and terms of use applicable to this site. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.
Copyright 2014 heraldstaronline.com. All Rights Reserved.