Archive for April, 2012

Support your Kids

April 27, 2012

ATTENTION ALL LIBERTY SPORTS SUPPORTERS
OUR KIDS NEED YOUR SUPPORT. MARK YOUR CALENDARS
FOR THESE EVENTS AND DO WHAT YOU CAN. REMEMBER
WHEN OTHERS UPPORTED YOU!!!!!
The Annual Liberty Youth Athletics

GOLF OUTING

Benefitting the Boys and Girls of Liberty Youth

Football-Cheerleading-Baseball-Softball

SUNDAY, JUNE 1 0, 2012 1 :00 SHOTGUN START

4 Person Golf Scramble at: Mahoning Country Club, 710 E. Liberty St.

Girard, Ohio 44420 Tickets- $60 per Person $240 per Team

GOLF INCLUDES: 18 HOLES (CART INCLUDED)

LUNCH, STEAK DINNER, ALLBEVERAGES–DOOR PRIZES

Also available: 50/50 Raffle/Skin Game

Questions Call Tony Patrone (330) 219-8780 or Ray Dressed (330) 565-0777

ALL LEOPARD SUPPORTERS AND ALUMNI

Please support 2012 Liberty Football Team. For a minimum donation your name will be printed in the football program. You can mail your check by June 1 to Liberty Gridiron Association, P.O. Box 2224, Youngstown, OH 44504. Any alumni please pass this information to other alumni.

Cost is = Maroon Patron $5.00; Gold Patron $10.00 and Alumni Patron $5.00 and alumni can include year of graduation and/or football number.)
SUPPORT OUR KIDS/OUR STUDENTS/OUR COMMUNITY

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Baseball Sign up

April 27, 2012

LIBERTY LITTLE LEOPARDS 2012 REGISTRATION

Sunday, May 20th – 12 PM – 3 PM Sunday, June 3rd ­ – 12 PM – 3 PM

At the Liberty Twp Administration Bldg.

Open to Liberty Twp. Residents and Children attending Liberty schools.

Proof of Residency or school enrollment is required!!

Sign up for SQUIDGET, PEEWEE, MIDGET Football and Cheerleaders.

Squidgets: Ages – 6, 7, & 8, football players weight limit is 100lbs.

Peewee: Ages – 9 & 10, football players weight limit is 120lbs.

Midget: Ages –11&12,football players weight limit is 140 lbs.

(There is no weight limit for cheerleaders) Age is determined as of August 1, 2012.

The EARLY BIRD registration fee $55 first child, $45 second child,

$40 third child per a family. There is a family cap of $140.

After June 3rd the registration fees are $65/$55/$50 with a family cap of $170

so be sure to sign up early and get the special early bird rate.

* ALL FAMILIES ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL FUNDRAISERS*

***Fee’s will be waived for all returning 12 year old Midgets***

Refunds less insurance fees will only be issued thru July 31, 2012.

All equipment will be provided except girdle, chinstraps, socks, shoes, and

cheerleaders briefs, hair bows and warm up suits. Most items may be

purchased at our equipment room.

If your child did not participate in the organization last year,

YOU MUST GIVE US A COPY OF YOUR CHILD’S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

AND PROOF OF RESIDENCE/SCHOOL ENROLLMENT.

**Payments are due with registration**

If you have any questions please contact: Dave Bentz, President 330-614-9328

Rhonda Mowery, Secretary 330-539-4829, Sarah DiNardo, Cheer Advisor – 330-974-6445

Liberty Little Leopards – Updates can be found on Facebook.

The LIBERTY LITTLE LEOPARDS is a community football/cheerleading organization that not only teaches team play and good sportsmanship but encourages each child to be a positive member of the Liberty Township community.

“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he/she is someone today.”

Music in The Park 2012

April 27, 2012

MUSIC IN THE PARK
2012 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
CHURCHILL PARK, BELMONT AVE.
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP ALL CONCERTS FRIDAY NIGHTS

June 15th The Juke Hounds (jazz, funk, rock) 7-9 pm

June 22nd French Blue (acoustic rock) 7-9 pm

June 29th Following June (lite rock / mix) 7-9 pm

July 6th Sam & Gary (lite rock/ mix) 7-9 pm

July 13th Jim Moran (key board / mix) 7-9 pm

July 20th Classic Cruisers (pop/ decade) 7-9 pm

July 27th Erie Hts. Brass Ensemble 7-9 pm

THIS CONCERT SCHEDULE IS PROVIDED BY THE GENEROSITY OF

Drs. Lakshmi & Veeraiah C. Perni. Other sponsors are:

All State Insurance, Peggy Gum & Liberty Township Board of Trustees.

. . THANK YOU

Plan on attending and enjoying your park and these events which

have been generously provided for you by your friends and neighbors.

Show your appreciation by showing up. Everyone complains that

there is nothing to do and no one cares. Our sponsors do care but if

these events are not well attended, there would be no reason to

continue their sponsorships. Show them you appreciate their efforts.

If the weather does not cooperate, there is always our beautiful

pavilion to retreat to and still enjoy. Print this schedule out and

“come on down.”

Women’s Group Annual Bowling Fundraiser

April 27, 2012

Hello, I am writing to inform you of our women’s group annual bowling fundraiser event. The fundraiser will be held on Saturday May 19th, 2012 at Mahoning Valley Lanes in Youngstown from 4p to 8p. Tickets are $10 each.

Tell all of your friends, families, neighbors, coworkers, church members, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter friends about this bowling fundraiser.

Funds raised from this event helps us to continue our “Operation off the Floor” program whereby we provide needed furniture and household items to women, children and families in the Mahoning Valley.

If anyone would like to provide a donation for our Chinese Auction or door prize give aways we would appreciate the donation also. Thanks in advance for your help as we help others in need.

Our contact information is Helen (330) 797-5055 or Taunya (330) 261-8686.

WATER BREAK 4/24

April 24, 2012

Advisory: BOIL ALERT! A water line break occurred in the area of 193/smith stewart. Situation being fixed.

A water line break occurred in the area of 193/smith stewart OUR WATER COMES UP NILES VIENNA ROAD OVER ON SMITH STEWART AND TIES IN ON BELMONT AND SMITH STEWART, OUR WATER COMES FROM NILES NOT GIRARD AS SOME OF YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD. THIS COULD TAKE UP TO SEVEN TO EIGHT HOURS FROM 4PM WHEN IT STARTED.

Teams are on scene and working to address the problem as we speak. repairs could take up to seven hours

Trumbull County Sanitary just advised of a BOIL ALERT in effect now until furthur notice. More details will follow on the evening news.
For full details, view this message on the web.

Sent by Liberty Township Police Department
1315 Churchill-Hubbard Rd, Liberty Township, OH 44505

If you want to get these updates go http://www.nixle.com and register.

April 21 Meeting

April 20, 2012

Don’t forget meeting at 4:00 pm. see you all there. If you have questions for our new owner let’s make a list, so we have down on paper of what to ask, when he closes on the park. You may call or give me your list, if you can’t make the meeting.

Update: I haven’t up dated because my wife and I have been sick cold and bad cough. That’s ok we will survive, Marry and Loretta handled the meeting on Saturday I gave them an agenda for some info. St. Paul in Warren is having a free bike rodeo, the review paper is looking for reporters. A copy of the tribune on our new owner. The neighborhood watch and what it really means, and Mary wins the gas grill give away from Lowes. Good going Mary. Also on the 25th they should be taking water meter reading so check your numbers.
The new owner Vince Naska called me around 9:10 on Thursday evening telling me of a phone call he received from someone told him that he hired me as Manager, and he asked them how did you get the number. He was kind of laughing because they said; that I gave them his number. After he talked to me a few days before stating not to give out his number. and I agreed. I told him, I will work with you, not for you! So I said; we never talked about me being a manager. So that ended it,sorry for some of you wish I was the manager. SO PLEASE DO NOT CALL HIM HE HAS ENOUGH TO DO NOW TO GET THE CLOSING DONE!

Free Bike Rodeo

April 18, 2012

St. Paul Lutheran Church is having a free bike rodeo, information below. Your child must register by May 8th; contact TNP for a registration form.

2860 East Market St. Saturday, May 19, 2012
Warren, OH 44483 10:00 A.M.- 12:30 P.M.

Kids ages 4-9 years…
Learn bicycle safety and road rules.
Food, fun, prizes!

A free community event sponsored by:
St. Paul Lutheran Church / Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership
Return registration form before May 8th to: St. Paul 2860 E. Market St Warren, Ohio 44483
or phone 330-394-5741

OUR NEW OWNER (s) SPEAKS

April 17, 2012

Liberty park owner plans upgrades
Bought site at auction
April 17, 2012
By CHRISTOPHER BOBBY Tribune Chronicle (cbobby@tribtoday.com) , Tribune Chronicle | TribToday.com

LIBERTY – An Akron businessman who lives in Stow and who bought the Vintage Village Estates mobile home park here says he plans on making improvements to the 43-acre piece of property.
”Actions always speak louder than words, but we always plan on making improvements. That’s our goal,” said Vincent Naska, who bought the park for nearly $1 million at an auction March 29.
Naska and new owners at three nearby mobile home parks were named in Trumbull County court pleadings filed last week and developing out of a foreclosure case.
Naska said he didn’t want to release too many details until after he closes on the purchase of the park and after the court formally approves the sale. He said he represents others in terms of investors and they haven’t selected a name yet for a management company that would run the park.
The new owner said he has experience operating other mobile home parks in Ohio. Without naming the investors or the parks, Naska said the other properties were in similar situations, with considerable vacancies and in need of capital improvements.
”There are a lot of good people in that park now, and we plan to keep them and fix up the place. There are some hoops to jump through, and I don’t want to set any specific time frame,” Naska said.
One of the major considerations at Vintage Village is a tie-in to sewer lines along Belmont Avenue. But he said some other things as simple as landscaping are also important to him.
”I want it to be the kind of place your mother could live in,” Naska said.
Chartwell Group out of Cleveland auctioned off Vintage Village along with three other parks in a package along with other properties.
A buyer from Las Vegas outbid others for Stateline Mobile Home Park in Mahoning County. A woman from Canada bought Butler Mobile Home Park in Columbiana County, and a couple affiliated with a power equipment company in East Liverpool bought Country Squire in Stark County.
The auction was held after a $1.2 million deal to sell off all four properties to one company fell through.
Park owners Ronald and Marsha Holley of Summit County filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which would have allowed them to reorganize and stay in control of the company, in April 2010. But in January of 2011, the Akron-based court agreed to change the filing to Chapter 7, which allowed the business to liquidate its assets to pay creditors.
The Holleys were undergoing the foreclosure proceedings on the Liberty park that features 229 lots for homes, including 107 occupied homes and 104 unoccupied homes. Some 18 of the lots have nothing on them.
cbobby@tribtoday.com

Neighborhood Meeting at the TWP. 4/14/2012

April 14, 2012

This beautiful grill was the door prize that Lowes gave away at our great neighborhood watch. We had Lowes there that gave a great presentation of some products that they carry for home security. You missed a great entertaining show that also had the fire trucks on display, and a very good tour of our police station. I was never aware on how big it really is. It doesn’t really show from outside. We had hot dogs and pizza and good cold drinks. By the way Mary Peltz Scott Lane was the big winner of the grill. Ok what time will the steaks be done ? Whoever missed the show really missed out on a good Saturday afternoon.

OHIO RESIDENTS AGE 60 AND OVER

April 12, 2012

In Ohio, residents age 60 and older have access to free legal information, advice and referral through the Pro Seniors legal hotline. Typical questions to the hotline concern Medicare, Medicaid and estate recovery, advanced directives and legal problem that cannot be appropriately addressed over the phone, a hotline worker will try to refer you to an appropriate source for more in-depth assistance. Call the legal hotline toll-free at 1-800-488-6070, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30p.m.

When you talk with a legal professional about your problem, be sure to ask these basic questions:
What will it take to resolve my issue? Are there any alternative courses of action I can consider?