QUILTS FROM WWII: The Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District will present "Victory Quilts of World War II" with Linda Armstrong of Pymatuning State Park at 6:30 p.m. today at the Trumbull County Agriculture and Family Education Center, 520 W. Main, Cortland. Armstrong will discuss who made the quilts, their meaning and use.
Anyone with a quilt from the era is encouraged to bring it to share with the group. Trumbull SWCD conservation education programs are free and open to the public.
FOOD GIVEAWAY AT MISSION: In conjunction with Second Harvest Food Bank, the Warren Family Mission will hold a free produce giveaway from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday at 361 Elm Road. Those needing food are asked to bring photo identification.
STUDENTS SPONSOR TRUNK EVENT: Lordstown High School Student Council will sponsor a trunk-or-treat for elementary school students from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the parking lot behind the high school.
STUDENTS TO COLLECT TOYS: The Hubbard High School Marching Band will hold a toy and monetary donations collection Friday at the end of the quarter at the Hubbard vs. Northwest football game. A new unwrappred toy will be collected for the Marine Corps Reserve's Toys Those bringing a new toy will receive a free popcorn and hot dog at the concession stand.
ROBOTICS GROUP HOLDS FUNDRAISER: The Girard High School FIRST Robotics Team, the RoboCats, will hold a fundraiser Sunday to benefit the team. The event will be in the high school cafeteria and include a 50-50 raffle and breakfast. Proceeds will help the team to cover competition and travel fees, as well as costs of equipment and supplies.
The team is celebrating its 15th year and annually designs, builds, and programs a robot to compete in regional competitions. This year, the team will compete in Albany, N.Y., and Cleveland. The team most recently competed in the Ohio State Championships where they placed fourth.
HEALTH EXPO SET: The Vitamin Shoppe, 5704 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, will hold a health expo from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday with information on health and fitness, and local health professionals. Janet L. DeCesare, author of "Ticked Off," will also be there to hand out brochures, and share her journey with Lyme disease.
HOWLAND HALL OF FAME: The Howland Achievement Hall of Fame will introduce its second class for induction before the Howland-Canfield football game during halftime on Friday at Richard Lombardo field in Howland. A formal induction recognition dinner will be held at Leo Ristorante on For ticket information, call Ann Churman in the principal's office at Howland High School, 330-856-8200, or Dave Tricomi, 330-856-2599 or email Susan King (King951@neo.rr.com).
TREAT EVENT SET: St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 4463 Warren Sharon Road, Vienna, will hold a Trunk and Treat for children at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. The parish's youth group will hand out candy to children of the community.
LEGION TO HOST OPEN HOUSE: The American Legion Post 278 will host an open house Sunday at the Post building, 2237 N. Park Ave., Warren. Refreshments will be served. Legion Post 278 was chartered Dec. 10, 1919. It is the oldest veterans organization in Trumbull County. Call American Legion at 330-314-4503 and leave name to attend.