JHS Class Of ’78 To Meet Aug. 18

The JHS Class of 1978 will hold its 40th class reunion at the new National Comedy Center on Saturday, Aug. 18. There are activities to celebrate this milestone throughout the weekend. Class members are encouraged to register at to see the list of events and purchase tickets, if interested. Questions can be directed to

Ring Students Make Donation

Ring Elementary School students recently donated $625 to the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown from their Red Nose Day fundraising. The students presented the check to Executive Director Jeff Kroon. This is the third year that C.C. Ring Elementary School has participated in the day that was originally introduced as a school wide program by teachers, Brandi Meacham and Carrie Davenport. Students raised the funds in only a week through an all-school grade-level coin challenge in honor of Red Nose Day. As the Boys and Girls Clubs were a designated recipient of Red Nose Day, the school decided to donate the funds to their local club that helps so many Jamestown children. The students also participated in “kindness challenges” and others wrote essays on how kids can help out with projects like Red Nose Day.

4-H Holds Annual Round-Up Event

SUGAR GROVE, Pa. — The All About Art 4-H Club held its third annual Round-Up on June 7 at the Mission Covenant Church in Sugar Grove, Pa. Each member earned a blue ribbon for excellence and a completion award. Each Cloverbud received a green participation ribbon and a box of crayons. The group’s art projects can be seen in the 4-H Center at the Warren County Fair.

Falconer Class Of ’61 To Gather

The Falconer Class of 1961 will be getting together July 15 at the Lakewood Rod and Gun Club for their annual classic car show with free admission. The Happy Days Band will be playing from 1-5 p.m. and food and drinks will be available. Bring chairs and come and enjoy the lake and cars from the past. The class will have its own area to gather. Call 665-2050 or 665-4343 for more information.

Firemen’s Assn. To Hold Ox Roast

WESTFIELD — On July 8, the Westfield Exempt Volunteer Firemen’s Association will continue a 71-year tradition holding the annual ox-roast in Ottaway Park located on Route 5 just east of Barcelona. The first Firemen’s Ox-Roast was held in July 1947, also at Ottaway Park. In addition to the beloved ox-roast sandwiches, there were pony rides and races for kids, bingo, and a band concert. Continuing with that tradition there will be two local bands who will be appearing at this year’s ox-roast: TJ North, and J&J on the Rocks. This year’s ox-roast will be held from noon-6 p.m.

Poetry Slam

Set For July 5

The Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Center will be hosting “Pulse Poetry Slam Open Mic Night” on Thursday, July 5, at 6 p.m. at the Infinity Arts Cafe. Poets and audience-members are welcome. Performance poetry is an excellent way to express creativity while practicing performance and public speaking. The Infinity Arts Cafe performance entrance is located at 300 E. Third St. in downtown Jamestown. Look for the blue neon guitar.