Bonfire, movie planned at center
STEUBENVILLE — An outside bonfire and movie night has been scheduled from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Agape Church Worship Center, located at 1310 Maryland Ave.
The event will take place rain or shine, according to organizers. In case of inclement weather, the movie will be shown inside the fellowship hall.
There will be an outside movie and bonfire where snacks will be served. The event is free to the public.
New Cumberland Halloween party
NEW CUMBERLAND — A Halloween party will be held at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at C House in New Cumberland.
The event is being put on by the New Cumberland Lions Club.
Club to be entertained
WHEELING — The Thursday Music Club will hold its monthly luncheon at 11 a.m. Thursday at CharHouse on the Avenue. Members Alice Runkle and Peggy Laing will greet guests and attendees. Call Sandy Smith at (304) 242-1628 to make a reservation.
Joyce Jingle and the Wheeling Park High School Singers, the Young Patriots, will entertain club members.
President Suzanne McCormick will conduct a short business meeting, calling Mary Ann Mysliwiec for the treasurer’s report and Judy Szymialis for the secretary’s report.
It was noted the Thursday Music Club Chorus practices at Elm Grove Methodist Church every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon. Under the leadership of director Anita Chops and accompanist Debbie Breiding, anyone interested in joining the chorus is asked to contact Chops at (304) 551-1414.
The chorus is practicing for Christmas concerts to be held Dec. 12 at Elmhurst and Welty and on Dec. 13 at Good Shepherd and St. Paul Terrace. The youth auditions will be held on March 15-16 at Vance Memorial Presbyterian Church in Woodsdale. The recital will be March 24 at Vance Memorial Presbyterian Church, officials stated.
The study group will meet at 1 p.m. Nov. 13 at Elm Grove Methodist Church. The presenter will be Lottie Durbin. Judy Szymialis will provide snacks. For more information, call Szymialis at (304) 242-5423. All are welcome to join the club, with officials noting one doesn’t have sing to join. Dues are $20.
The Young Patriots of Wheeling Park High School are comprised of vocal students in grades 10-12. Its members excel in academics, band, orchestra, theater, robotics and athletics. They have been named the West Virginia State Honor Choir for 2019 and 2022. The Young Patriots sing for community and athletic events, and concerts throughout the year. They are led under the direction of Jingle, who is in her 46th year teaching and her 12th year with the OVAC as director of the Queen of Queens. She is a teacher mentor with Ohio County Schools, where she was twice named teacher of the year.
Jingle graduated from West Liberty University in 1978 and is a well-known, respected music teacher who has produced 25 musicals and continues her dedication to students, teaching and musical productions.
Members of the Young Patriots include, Taylor Andrews, Rylee Birkett, Adam Carman, Alex Evans, Joseph Farmer, Brennen Frey, Griffin Harder, Molly Henthorne, Alice Joseph, Mackenzie Kret, Ryan Linder, Brendan Loy, Keaira Merchant, Alaina Ramos, Faith Randolph, Grace Robertson-Villamanga, Kaleb Trimmier and Brodye Tustin.
Women’s group reorganizing
STEUBENVILLE — The OFWC, GFWC Woman’s Club of Steubenville will hold a reorganizational meeting at 1 p.m. Nov. 6 in the clubhouse at the entrance of Steeple Chase on Lovers Lane.
Dr. Suzanne Escobar will lead as the new presiding officer. This new time, location and leadership is in place for the year. Membership dues are needed at the upcoming meeting, where attendees are asked to bring along canned goods or nonperishable food products to be used in holiday distribution.
All current and past members are encouraged to attend this meeting to participate.