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Hubbard News (Newspaper) - April 7, 2010, Hubbard, Ohio News Weekly for Over 13 330-883-0155 7,2010 EGG-Static Over Roosevelt School Parents Association Roosevelt School Association held its annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 1, at the Hubbard Memorial Football Over 10000 eggs were filled with goodies and scattered throughout the field for the children to Students in grades K through 4 Roosevelt St. Patrick School walked to the stadium with the help of the Hubbard City Police Hubbard and Hubbard Township children ages 2 through grades also attended the in addition to the special appearance by the Easter Bunny pictures on page 9) Holds Regular City Council met for regular session on April 5, at 7:00 In attendance were Sean O'Brien and Edward candidates for the 65th District of the Ohio House of Both candidates have been attending local council meetings throughout Trumbull County to gain a more in depth knowledge of communities in the 65th committee reports were given by respective Viele noted that she has been reviewing several progressive regulations other communities with regard to Hubbard's zoning She also mentioned that the scrap tire recycle program will be held again for Hubbard City and Township The collection be held for one with the date being released in local announced the return of Sergeant He also noted that the firearms training has commenced and there are now two Hubbard policemen that are qualified to train officers in Silvidi stated that the newly formed Hubbard Narcotics Unit is comprised of Hubbard City and Hubbard Township Investigations have unveiled valuable information that will aid in fixture searches and Director Jan Bolchalk announced the receipt of thus far from additional duties employed by Dominion East Ohio's gas mainline She added that monies will be received as Dominion commences its project with sidewalk Bolchalk noted that aU officers have been CPR She thanked Mike Hubbard Volunteer for his help in their Easter See page 5 for Turn on page 9 Casey Selected as VFW Monthly Honorary Hubbard VFW Post 3767 monthly member is Richard better mown as even by his He joined the Navy when he was 17 years old and spent the years from 1951 to 1954 starting as a seaman and working his way to He spent most of his time in the North Atlantic on a 391 foot destroyer named The USS Witek He survived two major hurricanes while on a 3-4 month His ship worked along with testing new type torpedoes and cutting edge When the ship was not on patrol in the North it was home ported in New He also cruised the Mediterranean and crossed the equator to become a getting honorably he went back to work at Sherwin which became US Can. He remained there for 33 years where he was a press maintenance dye setter until retiring in 1996. Wanting to stay he then went to work for Giant Eagle in Hermitage for 7 years in the floral department On June 2,1956, he married the former Margaret Augustine with whom he had three children - Karen and Arm He's been with the VFW since 1960, holding the position as for 30 continuous years for which he was recently Casey is also a member of the Gridiron Club and attends all local sporting Your Community at Hubbard Public Library's Open Hubbard Library is kicking off National Library Week with an Open House at the Library on April 11. the Library anytime between 1:00 and 4:00 P.M. for a chance to win prizes and leam how you can save money by using your Library Week is an celebration devalue This year's thrive your is especially appropriate since library use is up continuing a Hubbard Library has seen usage increase in nearly every service area over the past few The Library on page 2
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