Awards & Events

Chamber to Hold ‘Good Evening, Canfield’ April 16

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber and its Canfield Area Council will hold their first evening-hours community update April 16 at Tippecanoe Country Club.

The  event, titled “Good Evening, Canfield,” begins at 5:30 p.m. and will include  five-minute updates from these five community leaders:

Jim Kinnick, Ohio Department of Transportation planning and engineering administrator, regarding construction at routes 224 and 11;

Heidi Daniel, director of the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, regarding progress at the new branch located in the heart of town;

Canfield Mayor Bernie Kosar Sr. and Canfield Township Trustee Chairman Steven Maszczak regarding developments town;

Alex Geordan, Canfield Local Schools superintendent, on the state of the district.

The Canfield Area Council will also present a special Citizenship Award, posthumously, to Lewis Speece, a World War II Marine Corps veteran who was the founder and president of the War Vets Museum in Canfield. Two other awards will be presented April 16: the Canfield Business Pride Award to Magnolias on the Green Salon,  and the Spirit of Canfield Award to an individual to be named at the event.

Art students from the Canfield Local School District also will showcase their work and demonstrate some special skills.

The cost is $20 per person, which includes one drink ticket and hors d’oeuvres. Advanced reservations are required. Go to  the Regional Chamber’s website, or contact Amy Young at 330 744 2131, ext. 12, or via email.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.