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Area Briefing

Tops 1341

Tops 1341 met at the Glenmoor Presbyterian Church on Monday, with Darlene Naukam, leader, presiding. Mary Gailey was best loser and Pat Allison was runner up. The drawing winners were: Mary Gailey 50/50, calorie chart and weight loss, Terry Otto junk food, and Judy McComas jack pot. Cathy Wollam and Dorothy Garn were eight weeks in attendance. Judy McComas now holds the travel box. All Tops members went back on the check this week.

Cathy Wollam presented a program on the methods, we as consumers, can help clean up our environment. She provided simple tips in our everyday life to promote environmentally friendly habits in assuring less of an impact, for future generations. Cassie Ensinger will present the program next week. The meeting opened with pledges and concerns and closed with the Lord’s Prayer. The meetings are held every Monday (excluding holidays) at the church. Weigh in is from 1:15 – 2 p.m. The meetings follows 2 – 2:45 p.m. New members are welcome and can call 330-424-5027 for further information.

Tops 2231

Tops 2231 met on Tuesday at Boyce Church Anna St with leader Tonnie Slagle presiding. The meeting opened up with the pledge allegiance and the TOPS roll call. Pam Fouse gave the secretary report and Cassie Stephens gave the treasurer report. The no no’s are chocolate and cookies. Penny Perorazio won the calorie charts, Wanda Price won the dimes and Verla Betteridge was the 50/50. Three weeks weight loss is Jean Ferrebee, Price, Betteridge, Stephens and Slagle.

Kops in leeway are Jo Ann Beresford, Stephens, Dottie Seevers, Slagle , Ferrebee.

The no no’s are cookies and chocolates. The members discussed a new game to further weight loss. Slagle closed the meeting with Prayer requests followed by the Lord’s Prayer. New and former members are always welcome on Tuesday at 11 a.m. For information call 330-383-8217.

Annual hydrant flushing in Lisbon

The Lisbon Water Department will be conducting the annual flushing of fire hydrants beginning May 2. Flushing will start on the west side of town continuing east throughout the month of May. Water customers. Water customers may notice short periods of lower pressure, and some discoloration is possible in and around the areas where the work is occurring. For information contact the water department office at 330-424-5503 Ext. 1850 or 1851.

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