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WMC Auxiliary is holding a jewelry sale on Wednesday and Thursday

WEIRTON – Weirton Medical Center Auxiliary will be holding a $5 Masquerade Jewelry and Props sale over two days next week.

It will be held from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday and from 7 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday. The sale will take place in the atrium of the medical center located on Colliers Way. Face masks are mandatory.

Most Important Library Card

school supplies for children

STEUBENVILLE — With kids back in the classroom, the Steubenville and Jefferson County Public Library suggests they have the most important school supply — a library card.

September is Library Card Signup Month, a reminder to use a library card to connect to trusted resources, services, and programs for all ages available through the library system.

Since 1987, Library Card Month has been held each September to mark the beginning of the school year. During the month, the American Library Association and libraries unite in a national effort to make sure kids sign up for their own library card.

“During the month of September, present your PLSJ card at McDonald’s in Steubenville, Toronto or Wintersville and get a free small coffee, a small soft drink, a small fries or an ice cream cone. noted a library spokesperson. This offer is redeemable for one item per card, per day

Also in September, the library offers a one-time fine of $5 on a person’s library account.

A variety of programs are provided at library branches for adults, children and in the community. Visit the library in person or online for a listing of events at www.steubenvillelibrary.org.

Opening Thursday of works by local photographers

WELLSBURG — “A Fine Art Approach to Commercial Photography” was the theme and slogan of Garen DiBartolomeo’s 40-year career as a professional photographer.

Today, however, he devotes his time to “fine arts” side of the ledger and will exhibit her work at Martha’s Gallery, located at 736 Charles St., Wellsburg, beginning with an opening reception on Thursday from 6-8 p.m.

The show runs until October.

Garen is a Weirton native whose time as a professional included career stops in the Washington, DC, Phoenix and Pittsburgh area. His work ranged from corporate/industrial, editorial and advertising to stills from a vampire movie. His personal work from around the world will be featured at the gallery.

Honors and awards for his photography include exhibitions and books by American Photographic Artists, International Photography Awards, and American Photography Awards.

For more information about Garen DiBartolomeo Photographs, visit www.garenphotographs.com [email protected]

Returning Cloak & Dagger

September 10 with performances

WEIRTON — Cloak & Dagger On the Air returns with stage performances Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Top of West Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau, and they bring “the world famous Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson with them.”

Admission is free, although donations are always appreciated. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. when RJ Gaudio, Troubadour, will perform an opening set of classic pop, folk and rock songs. Light refreshments will be available.

At 7 p.m., Cloak & Dagger On the Air will present the film by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb” and “The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor” in two new audio drama adaptations from playwright Pete Fernbaugh and featuring audience favorites John E. Reilly as Holmes and Robert J. Gaudio as Watson with Rob DeSantis, Bethany Fernbaugh, David Gaudio, Noah Hilton, Karissa Martin, Clare McDonald, Ralph Parissi and Savannah Schroll Guz.

The show will feature an arranged score, composed and performed by classical pianist Roberta Fedoush and sound effects by the Holy Foley Molies.

There will also be an original comedy sketch featuring Cloak & Dagger’s own “Daphne Doolittle, the private detective lady.”

The top of WV CVB is located at 3539 Main St., Weirton. Ample parking is available behind the building, where there is an entrance. People with reduced mobility can enter more easily through the main entrance of the building.

Cloak & Dagger On the Air is a monthly theater series from the Ohio Valley Cloak & Dagger Co. that celebrates audio drama from all eras, especially the legendary golden age of radio. By reimagining classic radio dramas and literary works, while featuring original stories written and produced by freelance writer and actor Fernbaugh, “Cloak & Dagger On the Air strives to provide audiences with an immersive experience that engages the theater of their imaginations in creating a fully realized storytelling adventure”, noted a spokesperson.

“The Cloak & Dagger On the Air podcast completes the experience by presenting these stories as they were meant to be seen – through the mind’s eye.”

For more information and updates on live and recorded productions, visit the Ohio Valley Cloak & Dagger Co’s Facebook page.

The Cops ‘n Slobbers fundraiser is scheduled for September 10 in St. Florian

WINTERSVILLE – Cops ‘n Slobbers, a joint fundraising event of FOP Lodge 97 and the Jefferson County Humane Society, will be held Sept. 10 at the St. Florian Event Center, 286 Luray Drive, Wintersville.

Doors open at 1 p.m. with drawings starting at noon and the final drawing at 6 p.m.

Tickets can be obtained in person, by phone or online. The cost is a $30 cash donation when purchasing a ticket in person and a $32 donation when purchasing a ticket online. The additional $2 donation is for convenience and online processing.

Tickets can be obtained in person or by phone at the Jefferson County Humane Society, 200 Airpark Drive, Wintersville, Phone number is (740) 314-5583.

Tickets are available online at FOP97.com.



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