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SENIORS BEWARE

April 3, 2015

Received from Chief Tisone, Liberty Police. PLEASE READ and pass along to all our residents, specially our senior citizens who may not have access to email or sometimes even the paper. Many due to finances have to cancel the paper so they are not aware of many things that happen in our community. Please take these messages seriously. Pass the word!
The department has received two reports of senior citizens being approached at Giant Eagle and at the PMC Bank at 304 & Belmont Ave. The suspects are two male blacks pretending to inherit money and needing the senior citizen to go to their bank and take out money. Supposedly once the senior citizen gives them the “earnest” money, they can split the inheritance. Please caution seniors in your family to walk away and immediately contact the Liberty Police Dept. at (330)759-1511 or (330)675-2730. Also, any description of persons or vehicles should be noted.

Rabbie Shots JUNE 18th 1-3 pm.

June 1, 2014

Just wanted to let you all know that they will be giving rabbies shots on June 18th from 1-3 pm for cash of $15.00.at the Liberty Park off Belmont. Thx Brian

Liberty Relay for Life

May 14, 2014

COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 16 & 17
LIBERTY RELAY FOR LIFE
Be there. Starts Friday at 6 PM and runs until Saturaday at 6 pm.
Fun, games, prizes, raffles, music, dancing, contests, baskets, fireworks and lotsa
FOOD!
Come honor those who have lost the battle, rejoice with those who have won it and raise funds for Cancer’s defeat and cheer on our 24 hour walkers. This is one of Liberty’s premier events. See you there.

Liberty Relay For Life

May 1, 2014

The Liberty Relay For Life will soon be here and many people are working hard to make it a success and to raise as much funds as possible. Friday, May 16 and Saturday, May 17 will approach fast and they have much to do. This year it will return to the Liberty school grounds for logistic reasons. This is a fantastic event for our community and I think most people recognize this. I wonder if anyone has ever thought what a unique event this is.
Most events we go to we have one or sometimes, very rarely, two goals in mind. We attend the funeral home to pay respects and honor friends, go to a movie or show to escape or be entertained, to a doctor to feel better, to school to learn, go to party to have fun or a restaurant to eat, support a charity to help people, to a fair to be with friends and community.. The list is endless. BUT Relay for life does all of this and more. We remember friends and loved ones. We honor those lost. We enjoy a great community event and see so many neighbors and friends. We challenge each other. We laugh, we cry and we raise a lot of money to erase a killer from our lives. WE DO IT ALL WHEN WE PARTICIPATE AND SUPPORT RELAY. EVER THINK OF IT LIKE THAT?
Above see some of our 24 hour walkers and the team from Liberty Schools marching.
Plan to be there. Be a part of LIBERTY RELAY FOR LIFE
THIS YEAR AND EVERY YEAR.

YADA YADA #91

April 28, 2014

YADA YADA #91 3/16/14 CALENDAR
May 29, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Social
Dinner at 4 pm at Senor Jalapeno Mexican
Restaurant, Belmont Ave. Quality Inn.
April 28,, Monday, Board of Education Meeting, 5:30 pm
at H S.
May 1, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Meeting, 10
am, Admin. Bldg. refreshments at 9:30.
May 8, Thursday, Liberty Business Association
Meeting at Community Room, Liberty Library, 6 pm
May 5, Monday. LSPTA Meeting 6:30 pm LHS
May 6, Tuesday Election Day.
May 11, Saturday, Trumbull Senior Production Company
Annual Show. Seniors dancing, singing and skits.
Evening Show Saturday May 10 at 7 pm and matinee,
Sunday May 11 at 2 pm both at Champion High School.
Rte 45, Champion. Sunday, May 11 is Mother’s Day. It
would make a great opportunity to take your mothers
and fathers to the show and then take them out to dinner
after. Think about it. You will love the show and be
amazed by these seniors.
May 12, Monday, Trustees Meeting 5:30 pm. ADM. Bldg.
May 16 & 17, Liberty Relay For Life, Friday and Saturday,
May 16, 6 pm & 17. Behind Liberty Schools. Activities,
tents, food and fun for all.
May 29, Thursday, LHS Graduation
September 12, Friday, Historical Society Annual Dinner
at St. Mark’s Church, Loganway. Mark your calendars for
this one as it usually was always held on Saturday but the
only date available this year was a Friday.
A THANK YOU.
Dear Friends of the Library,
Many thanks to all those who helped at the spring membership drive! Gloria Lang, Millie Larney, Jodi Stoyak, Rosemary Glod, Erma Hart, Jan Vaughn, and Pat Vlock greeted potential members and served refreshments and Nancy Bowker baked cookies, shopped for and set up refreshments and helped serve refreshments. We sure do have a great team!
And welcome to our new members – Linda Kessler, Sue Newman, Jon Williams, Gloria Schiller, and Marilyn Sniderman. We’re so happy you’ve joined the Friends of the Library and hope you’ll join us for some of our activities.
Happy spring!
Becky Marx, President

Yada Yada #92

April 2, 2014

YADA YADA #92 4/1/14 EVENTS
Liberty Historical Society Thursday, April 3, 2014
Monthly meeting. 9:30 am Refreshments, 10:00 Meeting. Please bring wrapped candy for the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 12. .
Liberty Easter Bunny Visit.
April 12, Saturday, Township Easter Egg Hunt at the
Administration Building at 10 am. Bring your camera
and of course the kids.
April 10, Thursday, Liberty Business
Association Meeting at Community Room, Liberty
Library, at 6 pm.
April 14, Monday. LSPTA Meeting call or check web site for
time and details.
April 17, Thursday, Liberty Branch Library Open House,
This is National Library Week
April 17, Thursday, Friends of Liberty Library
Membership Drive at the Library.
From Liz Hill FYI per request

The Citizens for Good roads, Liberty Township held the first organizational meeting on 3/26/2014 with 25 participants. The group listened as Township Trustees Stan Nudell and Jody Stoyak explained how state and federal budget cuts have decimated funding for road repairs. While Township Administrator Pat Ungaro has been successful in grant writing for road repairs, these grants require matching monies and there are no local funds right now to make the match.

The Township has created a list of roads that need re-surfacing in the next several years. There are 60 miles of roads in the township and some of the most critical include, Tibbett�s Wick, (cost $152,273), Keefer ($177,355), Naylor-Lloyd ($136,670) along with many more roads. In addition to re-surfacing, the township must still budget for salt, hot patch and cold patch.

Currently 16 township residents have signed up to work to get the information to residents about the need for this levy. The levy will be on the May ballot and will cost a homeowner with a $100,000 home about 12 cents a day.

The committee is actively seeking additional residents to help with this project. It was clear the only way the roads in Liberty can get re-surfaced is by additional levy funding. Help is needed to make phone calls, distribute flyers and place signage. Those interested in helping should contact the township at 330-759-1315. Information will be out soon on the next meeting date.

Yada Yada #91

March 16, 2014

YADA YADA #91 3/16/14 CALENDAR
March 27, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Social
Dinner at 4 pm at Antones, Belmont Ave.
March 23, Sunday, Liberty Fire Department Annual
Pancake Breakfast, at WS Guy School from 8 am
to 2 pm. Tickets may be purchased at the door.
Only $5 this year.
March 24, Monday, Board of Education Meeting, 5:30 pm
at H S.
April 4, Thursday, Liberty Historical Society Meeting, 10
am, Admin. Bldg. refreshments at 9:30.
April 10, Thursday, Liberty Business
Association Meeting at Community Room, Liberty
Library, at 6 pm.
April 14, Monday. LSPTA Meeting call or check web site for
time and details.
April 12, Saturday, Township Easter Egg Hunt at the
Administration Building at 10 am. Bring your camera
and of course the kids.
April 17, Thursday, Liberty Branch Library Open House,
This is National Library Week
April 17, Thursday, Friends of Liberty Library
Membership Drive at the Library.
May 11, Saturday, Trumbull Senior Production Company
Annual Show. Seniors dancing, singing and skits.
Evening Show Saturday May 10 at 7 pm and matinee,
Sunday May 11 at 2 pm both at Champion High School.
Rte 45, Champion. Sunday, May 11 is Mother’s Day. It
would make a great opportunity to take your mothers
and fathers to the show and then take them out to dinner after. Think about it. You will love the show and be amazed by these seniors.

May 16 & 17, Liberty Relay For Life, Friday and Saturday,
May 16, 6 pm & 17. Churchill Park. Activities, tents, food
and fun for all.
September 12, Friday, Historical Society Annual Dinner
at St. Mark’s Church, Loganway. Mark your calendars for
this one as it usually was always held on Saturday but the
only date available this year was a Friday.

LIBERTY LOCAL SCHOOLS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Freshman: Jala Beasly-Williams
Sophomore: Amy Mikulich
Junior: Hunter Thomas
Senior: Asim Pleas
Leopard Of The Month
Logan Hunkus

LIBERTY SCHOOLS WRESTLING TOURNMENT

March 3, 2014

LIBERTY SCHOOLS WRESTLING TOURNMENT 2/7/14
On Feb. 7, 2014 the Annual Liberty Hosted EOWL TOURNMENT was held in the LHS Gym and surrounding areas. A packed house kept five mats busy. With all parking lots jammed, it was a testimonial to the popularity of this event. Teams from 18 surrounding schools participated. Events like this which bring together students and staff from other communities are important to our district. We should be showcasing our facilities, our staff and athletes to all that we can. Our image should not depend on what little publicity we can get from our local news organizations. They have too much to cover. We need to do more for ourselves and events like this are just what we need.

The community is proud of our student wrestlers and of the coaching staff and all they do for our district.

Liberty Community

February 21, 2014

Liberty Open Lines
Liberty Open Lines Vol. 2014 #7 2/21/14

ATTENTION–FYI

Liberty School District Board of Education
regular meeting
Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 at 5:30 PM
in the Community Room at LHS
will be a
Joint Meeting with the Fiscal Commission.
BOTH
OPEN ENROLLMENT & POSSIBLE LEVY ON AGENDA

Check web site
http://www.libertytwpnews.org

YADA YADA 10/18/2013

October 18, 2013

Leopards vs Newton Falls Friday Oct. 18 Home 7:00 PM
Autumn Fest Saturday, Oct. 19 Guy Middle School for
Relay For Life 9 AM to 2 PM, Commons, HALLOWEEN PARADE
Something New. the Rodef Sholom Temple at 119 Elm St, Youngstown is hosting the Youngstown Symphony for a FREE Concert open to all at 3:00 PM on Sunday. This is a beautiful temple. If you have never been there, you should go and enjoy the building itself. Everyone knows what a great Symphony we have. All are Welcome. Enjoy!
We have an election coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 5th. PLEASE EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. This right was purchased at a very dear price. There are 3 running for 2 trustee offices and 3 running as “write in” candidates for the Board of Education. You can vote “write in” on absentee ballots also. I am one of those “write in” candidates and would appreciate your consideration and vote. If you do not know how to vote write in–your poling person can help you. There is also a levy for the road department on the ballot.
As you drive around our seemingly quiet community, there are many of our citizens working very hard to make our community a nice, safe place to call home. We owe much to them. Here are a few examples.
Our students are doing their part. Our LHS Wrestling teams worked very hard before school started to make our school campus look clean and landscaped and ready for the students’ school year. The wrestlers, under the direction of their Coach Hadi Hadi and assistant coaches came out In 90 deg. heat and worked several days to clean and spread mulch. Drive by our campus and see what a great job they did. It is important that our students be proud of their schools. This is the 2nd year these athletes have done this. On behalf of the community, I say THANK YOU. Carvell Austin, Zachary Buck, Ray Clark, Arwan Clinkscale, Alec Coman, Justin Dripps, John Falibota, Ryan Hixon, Jeremy Honthy, David Hunt, John Kloos, Austin McClintock, John Pappa, Nate Sop, John Spivey, Devan Treharn, Morgan Weinreber, James Zimbardi. I apologize if I missed any names. I thank them all.
2011-2012 Liberty Wrestling
!!!2012 Eastern Ohio Wrestling League Champions!!!
The Liberty Business Association announced the 2013 Winner of their Annual Beautification & Safety Award for business. The winner is Dr. Heyman’s office on Goldie Road. The Doctor put in much effort and money in remodeling his office and landscaping his property. It really is an asset to our community. He will receive the award at the Township Trustee meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 1:00 PM. Congratulations, Dr. Heyman!!!