ONIONS: To sports fans milling about stadiums during the national anthem. Whether in the concourse at Eastwood Field or in the aisles of high school football stadiums, fans looking for their seats or walking to concession stands should stop and remain silent while the national anthem is being played or sung.
ORCHID: For the fifth-annual music and arts event that raises money for needy area senior citizens. It's called ''An Evening Under the Stars'' and recently was held at Cadobaz in Bazetta and hosted by Dr. Farid Naffah. The two-day fundraising event featured musician Phil Keaggy and artist Tazim Jaffer and raised money for the Avamar Foundation. Money raised is donated to the elderly to help buy prescription medications. The recipients are picked based on need.
ONION: For the traffic control light at Pine Avenue in Warren in front of RG Steel. Since there is very little traffic coming and going at the plant, the stop light probably could be turned off or at least set to a flashing caution light because it's annoying to have to stop for no traffic. Also, knowing there is no traffic, some drivers just run the light without stopping or slowing down, which creates a dangerous situation.
ORCHID: To the Arms Family Museum in Youngstown, which will host its annual Founders Day open house Sunday in celebration of the 137th anniversary of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society. The event will feature tours of the museum, historic photographs, pioneer era games, demonstrations and other activities.
ORCHID: To Valley Care Trumbull Memorial Hospital, the American Cancer Society and Trumbull Memorial Health Foundation for holding the 23rd annual cancer survivorship day Sunday at Lincoln School in Warren. It's a day dedicated to cancer survivors, family members and friends to celebrate success in the fight against cancer.
ORCHID: For Liberty Township's third annual Celebration in the Park being held at Liberty Center Park off state Route 304. It includes a parade and car show, crafts, historical display, rides, games and other activities.